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The Jewish Floridian ( May 24, 1963 )

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) ~Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY '..me 36 — Number 21 Miami, Florida, Friday, May 24, 1963 Two Sections — Price 20<" %  % % %  •-. %  % % %  a Shazar Elected ERUSALEM — Zalman Shazar was elected President of Israt-' on Tuesday. Parliament chose the Russian-born veteran Labor Zionist, nominated for the poet by Mapai. dominopolitical party, lo succeed the late President Itzhak BenZv: The new President was a close personal friend of BenZvi s_-ice he was 16 years of age. and came to Palestine in 1924. Scholar and writer Shaxar was Israel's Minister of Edu:=tion in 1949 and 1950. and served on Israel's United NatSom delegation. He was sworn into office May 22. Federation Annual Meeting Sunday To Celebrate 25 Years of Service Greater Miami Jewish Federa tion will hold its annual meeting Sunday evening at the Seville Hotel commemorating the 25th an\ niversary of the organization. The silver anniversary dinner meeting will take expanded form as Federation's eight local participating agencies are coordinating their own annual meetings with, the meeting Sunday evening. The local agencies are: the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund, Bureau of Jewish Education, Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Jewish Family and Children's Service, Jewish Home for the Aged, Jewish Vocational Service, Mount Sinai Hospital, and National Council of Jewish Women. The event is being chaired by Leon Kaplan, Federation vice president who emphasized that "in honor of the special occasion we have undertaken to make this annual meeting an evening of enjoyment and memorable events. Knesset Questions Visit by Franz Strauss "indlin (left), executive editor of The Jewish Floridian, .:>.te. .ews in Jerusalem Zalman Shazar, elected this week as ls:c.t third President. Mindlin is currently visiting Israel to survey the development of the 15 year old State. Mindlin in Israel AVIV—I have vowel that >n ay I must write or lecture lb* "he many excellent organi whose programs I am now' seeL* in Israel—from United %  lew.-.-. Appeal affiliate bodies sucb l Malben through Onim. a children's home supported by ut. But important as they ire, (hen is more to Israel than \mcrinn philanthropy in operation; and I have been doing everything I possibly can frankireely to get off the path Four Rockwell Admirers Held IIUNTINGTON, L.I. — (JTA) — Knur. mtington youths said by police to be admirers of George Rockwell and his American Nazi Part) wen arrested this week on charges of attacking a school building and a private home with .iu> gun fire. Tin ur were taken into citslody iheir homes and held for ienl after they were reI Police said they found and i :iscated a variety of Nazi enibli -. stickers, and a complete kazi iforn in the room of one in. ; ..uths, John E. Collins, Jr.. 17 Thej were charged with owning ai • firing a machinegun and With | -ession of ••Nazi-oriented" publications. The first charge is • federa] offense and the FBI was notified. PoUci said that the youths fired bur>: into a window of the Huntlugtoi High School, which two of Continued en Page 3 A of least resistance so many U.S. tourists take as a means of seeing the country here. Today, I walked my feet to blistered bottom in the streets of Tel Aviv. A little boy in a doorway—he could not have been older than five—sat reading Ma'ariv; and half-humorously I marveled at his accomplishment in the language. A filthy mop of a dog at his side cuddled closer to lick his face, and the boy shouted at him in Hebrew. Again I marvelled half-humorously, when the creature, obviously understanding his master, slinked downward to prove the existence of a specialized breed of Jewish dogs. All over the city, I have been trying out my classroom Hebrew, first tentatively, then with ever-incraasing degrees of brazen courage; after all, if you falter, there is always Yiddish, which is closer to Hochdeutsch here than anywhere else I have ever heard it. Besides, if the little boy could do it, why couldn't I, let alone his mop of a dog? On a back street. Nachlat Ben janiin. once a main drag that has since given way to the more fashionable Ben Yehudah and •beat night-Ufa" Dizengoft. I stopped before a store window to examine a profusion of nameplates made to order inside for bells doors, and postboxes Among them, in Hebrew and English. I saw the inscription: ••Sholein Asch." Americans. Israelis believe, are queer At high afternoon. •* %  sane men Continued on Page 11 A JERUSALEM (JTA) — Three motions calling for lull-scale debate o! the Government's invitation to former \V. >t German Defense Minister Franz Josef Strauss to visit Israel were defeated in the Knesset, Israel's 'Parliament, here or. Monday. The motions were beaten by votes of 47-30. with nine abstentions, after Finance Minister Levi Eshkol, as spokesman for the Gov-, ernment. requested their rejec-. tion. He asserted that the only criI terion to be applied is whether the visit—scheduled to start next Sunday—"will help Israel in its need to obtain support for its security." The motions, placed by the Knesset presidium on the imme; diate agenda because of their urgency, had been introduced by Menahem Beigin for the Herut Party, by Israel Barzilai for Mapam. and by Schmel Mikunis, of the Communist party. These three parties voted for a full-scale de[ bate, while the Ahdut Avodah. which is a member of the Government coalition, and the Liberal party abstained. Each of the opponents of the proposed Strauss visit insisted that the invitation extended to him violated a decision taken by the Knesset last March, when it voted i unanimously that the German Government is responsible for the work being done in Cairo now by German scientists engaged in the development of nonconventional weapons intended for use against Israel. New York Board Rabbis Condemn Judaism Council NEW YORK — (JTAl — -The'. American Council for Judaism is; neither American nor Jewish in spirit or in concept," the New York Board of Rabbis asserted here on the basis of a "factual study" conducted on the program and activities of the Council. The Board of Rabbis, largest Rabbinic, body in the world, with a membership of over 800 Orthodox. Conj sexvative and Reform Rabbis, re-j affirmed the position of the three major national rabbinical bodies. We have worked closely with Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, general chairman of the year long anniversary observance to make this first of the series of events truly outstanding." Assisting as co-chairrnen with Kaplan are: Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, chairman arrangements; Mrs. Sidney If. Schwartz, attendance chairman; Mrs. Aaron Farr. I'.ostesses; Dr. Joseph R. Narot. program; Fred K. Shochet. publicity; and A. Budd Cutler, president of the Greater Miami Jew ish Community Center, and Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein, president of Jewish FamUy and Children's Service, chairman of Agency Meeting Arrangements. Keyncting the evening wi'l be Lewis H. Weinstein, of Boston, national chairman of the Community Relations Advisory Council and oast president of the Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston. "The Change that the Future Holds for Our Jewish Community, Our Federation, and for Federations All Over the Country," is the topic chosen by Weinstein who was just this week appointed by President Kennedy to membership on the President's Committee on Equal Opportunity in Housing. He wiU be introduced by Stanley C. Myers. "Federation Coloring Book." an Continued on Page 9 A 24 Nazis to Stand Trial For Auschwitz Murders FRANKFURT —(JTA)— Prepara tions for one of the largest and 1 most important mass trials of ali leged war criminals ever held in IWest Germany — the proceedings! i against 24 persons charged with ; killing hundreds of thousands of! I Jews at Auschwitz — are being I completed here now, but the ar-1 rangements are so complex that the trial may not open until next January, Dr. Joachim Greiff. president of the Frankfurt District Court, said. -*Ex-Nazi Accepts Responsibility COBLENZ — (JTA) — Georg Heuser, 50-year-old principal defendant in the trial of 12 former Nazis in the wartime mass murders of Jews and Russians in Nazi-occupied Minsk, accepted full responsibility for his guilt this weekend in his final statement to the jury court here trying the case. A verdict is expected May 21. "I shall have to be made responsible in the execution of innocent people." he said. "I am fully aware of the guilt with which I am charged. My regrets belong to the victims." The 12 defend ants are charged with the murder of 35,000 Jews in the Minsk Ghetto. Most of the other defendants expressed similar views as the sevContinued on Paae 2-A AJCommittee Urges Mid-East Peace NEW YORK — (JTA) The American Jewish Committee end ed its 56th annual meeting here Sunday with a resolution calling on the United States Government to "intensify efforts" to end the; arms race in the Middle East and %  to guarantee the borders of all; states in the region. A. M. Sonna-j bend, of Boston, was reelected: president of the AJC as the three-; day session was concluded. The resolution on the Middle East urged a five-point program 'which the U.S. should implement in its policy in that regard. The | AJC urged that the U.S.A.: "1. Clearly define what it would consider 'aggressior.;' 2. Intensify efforts to end the arms race in the area, meanwhile assuring that the balanco of arms is r-ot upset; 3. Provide a formal guarantee, upon request, of the independence and integrity of any state in the region; 4. Vigorously discourage the violent hate campaigns against Israel conducted by the Arab states; and S. Re-evaluate the present U.S. policy of impartiality between peaceful nations and those nations pursuing belligerent policies inimical to the peace and stability of the Middle East." In another resolution, the committee urged the West German Government to utilize "existing legal and administrative means" to prevent its scientists from contributing "to the war potential of the United Arab Republic." The statement cited "evidence that many of the Germans employed by the United Arab Republic are pro-Nazi and have expressed strong anti-democratic sentiments. The resolution states: "The AJC teels that the efforts Continued on Page 5 A



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Friday. May 24. 1963 i = vJewisitftcridN&ri Page 3-A Harold Thurman Installed as President Of Temple Israel Reform Congregation Shown receiving the Dade County Outstanding Citizens award is Mrs. Jeanette Levey, founder and president of the National Parkinson Foundation. Joseph Lipton, president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn., makes the presentation, and in background is Sanford M. Swerdlin, president of B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge. At right, Mitchell Wolfson, chairman of the board of Wometco Theaters and a native Floridian, male recipient of the 16th annual award. Wolfson was selected for his "exemplary activitites in behalf of Dade County and his philanthropic efforts." Harold Thurman, a~ leader in Greater Miami Jewish activities for many years, was installed as the 23rd president of Temple Israel of Greater Miami on Wednesday night at the 41st annual meeting of the congregation. He succeeds Sam A. Goldstein. Vice president of Florida Capital Corp., Thurman also serves as yice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, honorary vice president of the Bureau of Jewish Education, national vice chairman of the Large City Budgeting Conference, and as a director of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Other officers are Myron M. Behrman, Elliott D. Blumenthal, Nathan S. Gumenick, Sam Luby, Sr., and Dan B. Ruskin, vice presidents; Lawrence E. Singer, secretary; Joseph A. Garfield, treasurer; David Hochberg, financial secretary. Trustees are Jesse Casselhoff, Max Cogen, Maurice Cromer, Martin Fine, Dr. Paul James Furlong, Mrs. George Graham, Lewis Gorfine, Melvin Green. Morris E. Greene, Samuel C. Halpert, A. J. Harris, Harold LandfielJ. Budd Mayer, A. L. Nadlcr. Robert Roesing, Robert Russell, Lewis I. SerHAHOLD THURMAN bin, Leon Simkins, Kenneth Tries-1 ter, Leonard Wien. Also installed by Dr. Joseph R. I Narot were Mrs. Joseph S. Buibin, president of Sisterhood; Herbert Blumberg, president of Men's Club, and James Axelrod, president of the Youth Group. Four Rockwell Admirers Held Continued from Page 1-A them attended until they dropper out this spring and the other two are still attending. All four went-, in difficulties in school. They also fired a burst at the home of Elizabeth Cubley, a teacher of English who had reported to parents of two of the youths that they were failing in her class. The otherdefendants were Richard Hohenrath, Jr., 18, Edmund Kennedy. 17, and Stephen Cooke, 17. The gunfire attacks occurred during t thunderstorm. No one was injur ed. The slugs riddled the fron door and shattered furniture in the home where the English teacher lived, and smashed windows in the high school. Rabbi Wernick Speaker Rabbi H. B. Wernick will bt guest speaker at Tifereth Israe Sisterhood regular monthly meet ing in the social hall on Monda> evening. Apparel Group Elects Officers John Brasington, of Ceeb, Inc., Miami, has been elected president BETH DIN OFFICE IAWI D. TIBOt N. STtTlM 10*1 MkMffM Ay.., Miami Beech JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 of the Florida Apparel Manufacturers' Assn. Also elected at a meeting of the organization in the Dupont Plaza Hotel were Ronald Levi, of Daisy, Inc., vice president; and Harry Nissel, of Harmony Fashions, secretary-treasurer. Jules Goldberg, of Dorothy Lee, is immediate past president of the association. Airman Friedman Reassigned Airman Barry Friedman has been reassigned to Amarillo AFB, Tex., to attend technical training courses following completion of United States Air Force basic military training at Lackland AFB, Tex. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Friedman, 340 SW 63rd Ave., Airman Friedman is a .1962 graduate of Miami High, and will now attend a course for supply specialists. 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Friday. May 24, 1963 +Jwi*tiFk>ridUa,r) Page 5-A State of Israel And Temple Join In Special Tribute to Rabbi Waxman On Sunday evening, June 2, of Israel Dinner chairman will Temple Zion will celebrate Is-|be Martin Hammer rael*s fifeteenth anniversary at a| Heading efforts for the dinner gala dinner in the Deauville Hotel.! with Potash and Hammer are Berit was announced by Hyman Pot>? rd Jaffe President of the Men's Club, and Mrs. Max Feinstein, ash, congregation president. p res ident of the Sisterhood. At this occasion Rabbi Alfred Waxman, who is markinq his "Bar Mitzvah Year" as spiritual leader of Temple Zion, will be honored for his services to the Temple, the community and the State Hyman Potash, president of Temple Zion, congratulates Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual leader of the Congregation, upon being named to receive a special award in recognition of his service to the Temple, the community, and the State of Israel. Looking on (right) is Martin Hammer who will be chairman of Temple Zion's Dinner of Tribute on June 2, at the Deauville Hotel, when the award will be presented to Rabbi Waxman, U Pops Concerts Open Season June 9 University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra's 13th annual '"Pops" concert season will begin June 9 and continue for ten Sunguest speaker at the weekly lunch-1 day evenings thereafter at Miami eon meeting of the Miami Beach J*each Auditorium. Miamians will Beach B'nai B'rith Luncheon i Rabbi David Shapiro will be Lodge 1591, B'nai B'rith, to be held Tuesday, noon, at the DiLido Hotel. Aronovitz Plaque p eace p| an f or Mid-East Awarded at Dinner Sidney M. Aronovitz was honored at a dinner Saturday night by Beth David Congregation, community leaders and the State of Israel Bonds in recognition of his service to the hynagogue. the community and Israel. Rabbi Norman N Shapiro presented Aronovitz with .n plaque on behalf of the State of Israel, and a "Book of Honor" expressing high esteem and warm affection ot Aronovitz' many lriends and associates. Heading the list of notables at the dinner was Senator Wayne Morse of Oregon, who as guest hpcatoer. emphasized the importi-'iici. of helping Israel achieve economic independence through the Israel Bond program. Dr. Aaron Kalian, executive director of the Greater Miami Is' raef"Bond (Organization, conducted ice-lured Menorah kindling ceremony commemorating the fifteenth anniversary of Israel's independence. Participating in the ceremony mere Messrs, Nathan Adelman. Continued from Page 1-A Other top officers chosen today of Western scientists and technicor selected, in additon to Mr. ians to create a more powerful Sonnabend. were the following: war machine has exacerbated tenMr Abram as chairman of the sions in the Middle East. These I executive board; Ralph Friedman, l chairman of the administrative board; William Rosensvald, chairactivities have increased the danger of an accelerated Middle East arms race which may lead to war." Adlai E. Stevenson, chief United States delegate to the United Nations, delivered one of the parley's principal addresses when he was awarded the AJC's "American Liberties" medallion. He denounced racial bigotry. The presentation was made by a previous recipient of the medallion, Jacob Blaustein, of Baltimore, honorary president of the American Jewish Committee. The organization's Institute of Human Relations Award was presented by Judge Joseph M. Proskauer to Leonard Goldenson, of the American Broadcasting Company. Other major addresses were delivered by Mr. Sonnabend; Morris Harrjj August. Jack Emmer, John C. Abram; and Dr. John Slawson. Feller Dr. Nathan Glover, Harry executive vice-president of the Gordon, Louis Hayman, Maurice Committee. Dr. Slawson, declarllymah, Abraham Kasow, Aaron tag that racial and religious bigKr.ivitr. Joseph Rayvis. Harold otry in this country presented "a Reirthard; Dr Julius Sperling,' major mental health problem," Nathan Spiegelman. William Weinurged that the Federal Govern traub and Sen.itor Wayne Morse. Responding to an appeal by Dr. Kahan members of the audience of nearly 500 purchased $72,400 in Sta-c 'of Israel Bonds. ment enlist the experience and knowledge of community relations agencies i"in mounting a nation wide investigation of the psychological roots of group tensionman of the national advisory council; Maurice Glinert, treasurer; Arthur D. Leidesdorf, associate treasurer. be offered the tops in guest conductors and a delightful menu of musical fare ranging from Tchaikovsky and Johann Strauss to allGershwin and all-Rodgers and Hammerstein programs. Nine guest conductors including Skitch Henderson, Arthur Fiedler, Paul Whiteman, Howard Barlow, Hugo Fiorato, Franz AUers, Henry Mazer, Raymond Paige and Harold Glick, have cooperated with UM Symphony business manager Mrs. Marie Volpe in planning this summer's programs to please the tastes of all music lovers. Skitch Henderson, composer-conductor-pianist and popular television music director, will open the season on June 9. Henderson will be making his sixth annual appearance with the Pops. Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, was honored by the Dade County Chapter of American Red Cross last week. He received a 15-year pin for continued service to the organization. Kosher Foods Available Kosher foods are now available to patients at North Miami Gen. eral Hospital. Dietary manager Paul Brundage states that the rabbinical sealed self-contained meals come in several varieties and may be ordered by the patient upon admission to the hospital. 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Pace &-A Jtmitf fkrrfnr Friday. May 24. 1963 Aged Home Awards Building Contract bated over Cto.a income to the H:-3 ---; :^rI i ft* %  --• _. front th< Feirrit.-r ted tin rt: r-:-: .-.-: Mitiu Jemisk r Members c: the Vih H^ie for me Acec :~c er :: rich: are Jack Popick Ronald Acer btiJding committee. Sealed !er. tc r.cr.: an — ?rlrr. Ir.dustrial Corp. Soi Siiinerman. Thrift Louis rresler Z>OT-.£ B "eemrr. rc-mrm-cm Sr.cp rr.rr.cce: Bad ST.— Resr.r-: No: shown. Baros d* rOrseh Meyer rr.-_-rr.aieve.rr'..::; L-vmg Cyper. cresmer.t and Lee Runt fund campc.rr. M KopeJow-.a. Standwitch chairman Tbrifl Sr.cp commir.ee. Opfi-Mrs. Club Stages Recital To Flcise Funds for School "r" Miami £-mifl sponsor i ciir.ee rrc/i'. A rre-frtei by the Beatrice La Verne Dance -o of Bay Harbor on Si cay. S p.m.. at the Miami E u son >cr. H.gb Scboo. \Mtai La Verne, a professional dancer, tauebt in New York City before opening her Bay Harbor stud:: :: >ei.-> ;;: The recital will feature baliet. jan. tap and song*. Proceeds are bemx donated to the club's scholarship hand for emotionally disturbed children at the Mootanan Clinical School. Ticket chairman is Mr? Se> moor SilvermajL Tickets -i;be purchased at the auditorhua on the night of the recital Mrs MurraySonnett li presiaf the eh* .". %  '.: .-:-.-----he Jewish Heane far the Aged Douglas Gardens, has aa' %  o u nc ed that the contract for coaitrMfi ::' tfet BHM > M Sl.V • Thrift Shop has been awarded to Palm Industrial Corp. of Hiafeah. which submitted the low-a of seven sealed bads A: ect S 3 Schneider desirned the •ymft&tLZ w et li ng closely with hrtrt shop chainnan Lee Rcwiteh id Bint KosssCL The new Thrift Shop will be located on the bioekJeag let on the Are. II—in. *orth be:*ee= T3rd St. aad the -^a: Tracks. It wiE hare _. &f so. ft of space. 110 B rontage of n Ave. : ft. is -. and ample off-street park m %  •JOB to the main display iad sales atoer. which will carry Mary merchandise sack as farmand appliances there will be -oft merchandise. Sol Silverman. manager of the •sore sjjce :5 is crecieve-Jopirg the business from a > of ft.nt to a frees of over > The Shop has ceam>ccordtrg to Maunce Peariste:r eseeutire director of the Home TURCHIN NAMES WOMEN'S CHAIRMEN Bob Turchin has named Mrs. Bcna'd Fuller (Ml and Mrs. Max Bode^rran co-char men of tne Miami Beach City Lounc cand aa'e's Women's Division. Turchin Women's Activities will c minate this week in a coffee at -he Deauville Hotel for ail M'ami Beach Women Voters at 10 A.M., Friday, May 24th. Bikur Cholim Home Changes Name Je.>h Coe\a5e*cer.: Home of Soctk Fkrvsa .; tbe ae name of the former Bihur Chohtr Jewish Convalescent Home Change is as hae with the expansion program planned by the Home, accor t* Mrs Josepb Reiser, president Locitr; at 330 CoCins Ave.. the D om t will ir.a*2irate and maintain an intensive home care program for indigent and needypatients discharged from heseitais. who need a mmuaam of care in their own homes AppGcaboc for tne service be made with Sidney SaegeL executive direetor Kati Open (Hikes Imn W Katx has op in the Mmmi Bei *#: Lincoln Rd.Ar.ec • :-: i". BlVf BAIMIM MTIKlfl ELECT Revy Balkin WIKLER Miami Beach City Council Pull the Last Lever 1st 19-A on June 4 P4 rot. Adr. Mcv 20. :=€: Mr. Fred Shoche: Editor & Publisher o* Tr;e Jewish Planci^r; My ams "red '. rrr. :*i of y-_pel;—.;;;.:.r :r.-I er.dcrserr.er.--s :;: :;r.i;c:ei r^r.r.ir.g :c: r_r_r crxre '. rrr. r.rwe-.-r rerts^n tdcr: yru ere r.c ies^ ^ %  .teres^c —on myself ir. sesirr e r-: r_r.rr.rs: --.-•"*• ^ rc-d-ic:es e!e;-.e-d My interests ir. tins election are r _: :..perscr.rl One ;: the :e-nscr.s :c: my specicl mtetest is the met that V.-rr.: 5e~c.s :.—_— -. e.y =pecxm-g c r^aOonci wirxicw arid we here cr. the Beach :%  ?:. .::;; ry tre pe-rple *-e e^-e-r: to me T.-y Council M-v I _T3 VOU the readers of Tne Jewish FTarjcicn to exer: themselves ir. behalf of elect-r.r A —rr. "rrrr tor the kxiowma reasccs '.. He ^ .-.:. r.:r.r-rr.e r_s_r.ess man oi uuqueataoocbJe intagrity. Z He ^ educecr.cl'y aua'tfiod f-oc the office 1 He kaews all the iborcomhrs of oar City Admiaustrataoc. 4> He ia me oaJy camdWvrle experieaaoad m tourism and p e ra ooally imeresaed in Piecme accept my racmy thariks for your help and my assurance of a sincere desire to serve our City our Nrboc and our people. %  IF YOU WANT ft I INTEGRITY mmd PULL LEVER 10-/ ABILITY FOR CITY COUNCIL Fraternally yours, Xn* S & Leon I EZ! LT htr tH. f %  KJEWISH CONVALESCENT HOME Of SOUTH FlOttOA 310 CoWnt AwaeMM JE 1-3571 MIAMI BEACH'S ONLY KOSMC* NUftSIMO HOMI and HIALTM CSMTER Tetel Car* A Seaiak Saw***!, vidoal for HM tffcc#mc*Wy HI. COWVINIEKKl INCCUOINO iLIVATOA TELCVtStO**. tC niMl| aat. Kmw f MM 9m*km4. U mmtm



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Friday. May 24, 1963 knist tksifrt, rage fh 'n Dr. Barry Noel Hyman will graduate from Duke University School of Medicine in Durham, N.C., on June 3. He will intern at Grady Hospital, Atlanta. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving B. Hyman, 3140 SW 14th St., Dr. Hyman is an alumnus of Miami Senior and took pre-medical training at the university of Miami. Beth Torah Honors Longtime Workers During Friday evening services :il Beth Torah celehrating annual 'I cichers Day and PTA Sabbath, the 23 members of the Hebrew .ind nursery school faculty will be honored by the congregation and educational committee headed by; (Jeorge Katzman. Tribute will be paid to Abraham J. Gittelson for six years of service as education director; to Mrs. Sidney Keshlnnsky for her eight j years as nursery school supcrvis-; or, and PTA presidents, Mrs. Ronj aid Friedel and Mrs. Richard Shacter and officers and directors) w ho have assisted them during the : who have a: past year. Spiritual leader of Beth Torah Is Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz, and Irving Seidel is president. Sternshein Serves *h David Again Beth flavid Congregation", at Us Bill annual meeting, reelected Lewis Sternshein as president. Named with him: Albert J. Ber, Phillip Schiff, Max Silver, Julius Spector and Robert Trailrig, vice presidents; Harry Simon-, Frank Rose, treasurers; Herschell Roscnthal, Henry KanuMi. secretaries. In accepting the presidency for a secOD I term. Sternshein stated, "I am deeply gratified by the congregation's expression of confidence and hopefully look forward to an even greater year of religious, educational and economic growth." Trustees are Samuel J. Spector, chairman; Sidney M. Aronovitz, Harry August, Murray G. Cohen, I Judge Albert Dubbin, John Feller. Harry Gordon, Louis Heiman, leadon Hcrskowitz. Max Jacobson. Sidney Lefcourt, Harry Markowitz. Stanley C. Myers, Albert Quadow. Phillip Schiff, Jacob Sher. Harry Simons. Bernard A. Sterling, Aaron Weinkle and Nat Zalka. Board of directors for 1963-64: Charles Adelman, Morris Atkins. Benjamin Beck, Morton Beigel, Michael Covin, Harry Cypen. Nathan Davidow, Robert Felik. Herbert Frame, Seymour Friend. Maurice Hyman, Maurice Kellner. Samuel Ostrowsky, Arthur Pekelner, Joseph A. Rayvis, Meyer Robbins. Frederick Schcr, Stanley Spieler, Charles Z. Spingarn, Edward Swerdlin. Edward Syrop. Also Oscar Argintar, Sam Badanes. Harold Berke, Harry Cranman. Maurice Daum, Stanley Dav-' idson, Walter Falk, Dr. Lawrence Feinberg, Moe Feingold,* Judge Mitchell Goldman, Leonard Gordon, Sam Herman, Leon Kaplan, Abraham Kasow, Theodore Lomaskin. Manuel Lubel, Leo Mindlin, Fred Ossip, Alex Phillips, Joseph Post, Sidney Pozen, Samuel Puder, Robert Purisch, Henry Rosengarten, Arthur Rosinek, Edward Safer,' Samuel Scitlin, Gus Gershwin Lodge Dinner Dance George Gershwin Knights of| Sam Ross was chairman of the Pythias Lodge held its annualI event, and Harry Herman is cha dinner dance at the Crown Hotel cellor commander. Shaw, Bert Sher, Nathan Spiegel man, Jerome Stern, Samuel Trau rig, David Ugent, Philip Warshaw, I William Warshaw, William Weiner, Jerome Weinkle, William Weintraub. Leonard Wolf. Music and Arts League Festival Miami Beach Music and Arts League is presenting a May Festi' %  val of Music at the Carillon Hotel, it was announced by program chairman. Louis Siegel. The series, to be held on succesj sive Mondays in May, opened Verdi's "Rigoletto" under the diJune 4th is the day to Pull Lever Pd. rot. \iK rection of Dr. Paul Czonka. of the Opera Guild of Greater Miami. Concluding concert on May 27 will feature Juan Mercadal, classic guitarist: Sonya Balogh, violinist; Robert MacPherson, baritone; and Wendy Piper, ballerina. Mayor Robert King High will present the artists. Testimonial dinner given for Jack A. Filosof, president of, Farband Labor Zionist Center, was held at ihe Center on May 14. Mr. and Mrs. Filosof are leaving for Israel where he will be a delegate of the Israel Histadrut Committee to the groundbreaking ceremony of the Medical Center in Beersheba sponsored by the Miami committee, headed by Rabbi Leon Kronish and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. The event was attended by 200 que?t? including the honoree's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kaplan, and a brother-inlaw, Joseph L. Shulman. Left to right are Joseph P. Zuckerman, toastmaster; Moshe Berman, executive director of the local Histadrut; Jacob Schachter; Ben Minenberg; Filosof; Mrs. Filosof; Di. Isaac Unterman, author, who was principal speaker; Max Astor; Sam Jackson; and Morris Tattenbaum. 16A M. WILLIAM SMITH SMITTY for Councilman ITS GOOD BUSINESS TO PUT A BUSINESSMAN IN COUNCIL Vice-President-Zionist Organization of America Director—Beth Jacob Synagogue, Hebrew Academy Leader in Jewish affairs Experienced, successful businessman INTEGRITY ABOVE ALL 1M I-..1 A.li ************************************* YOUR COUNCILMAN PULL LEVER • PROGRESSIVE DEDICATED • EXPERIENCED I'll. 1'ill. Adv. T*CIRCUS INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK 01 WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT $4^5 Delivered Anywhere U.S.A. Half Bushel MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED BONDED INSURED GUARANTEED if 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710-FR 4-8783 FREE ORANGE JUICE WE PACK EM RITE HERE 8 A.M. TO 10 P.M. DAILY



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Page 8-A vjewisii Fk>rkH?*ri Friday. May 24, 1563 Federation to Mark Silver Anniversary Here By SIDNEY LEFCOURT President, Greater Miami Jewish Federation On the occasion of Federation s Silver Anniversary we realize that 25 years is a k>ng period of time, both in the life of a person and in the life of a community. The first Federation meeting was held at the home of Sam Blank, on the evening of May "th. 1938 and at that meeting it was decided that the Greater Miami community with a Jewish population of 19300 people needed central organization and coordination. This is equally true today when xwr Jewish community numbers almost 100.000. The predecessor of today's Jewish Family and Children's Service wa already in existence by the time Federation was formed, and in the year following the early 1940s, due to awakening community interest and awakening community demand, our leaders founded the Jewish Home for the Aged, the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fun!, the Bureau of Jewish Education, the Jewish Community Centers, Mt. Sinai Hospital, the National Council of Jewish Women? Service to the Foreign born, and more recently the Jewish Vocational Service. Tbese are agencies which are today supported by Federation and are truly community agencies, because in essence the Federation is the community Not only do we hold ourselves responsible for helping to take care of the poor, 'he sick, the homeless, and the aged, but this must be done under 'the overall coordination of a central body to avoid duplication and wasted effort and money. I believe that il a vital element of Federation, and of tremendous importance to us who want to be assured that we set a full measure of value for our health and welfare dollar. Many people only think of Federation in terms of its annual campaign, but it does and should mean a lot more. At the present time 33 dedicated people serving as members of the budget committee are reviewing the requests of all Federation's beneficiary agencies in detail in an effort to see that the money we raise goes where it is needed most. Miami's current population explosion has brought about an incessant demand for more services than we are presently providing. We are feeling the presSWMUT urcotm sures for developing an integrated overall plan for care of the aged, cutting across agency lines to insure that no person is lost in the shuffle. We must provide counseling services to the younger couples in the out-lying areas. We must provide the community centers with badly needed facilities in which to operate needed programs. We must begin a vocational guidance program aimed at youth of high school age to help with their future education and work problems. There are many other needs too numerous to mention at this time. .AS we commemorate 25 years of service to the community and to Jewish men. women and children around the comer and around the world, I assure you that our 25th Anniversary is a time for going forward in service to the community. We of Federation have established the Committee on Long Range Objectives to plan to meet tomorrow's needs well before they arise, and at the same time to assure maximum value of each Federation dollar invested in the community's welfare. We are developing a healthy Jewish community, dowments to bolster bur future service to the community and build a strong foundation for future planning in the next 25 years. The Miami Jewish community is a dynamic and growing one and I know that its membership shares with all of us at Federation the intense desire to make our city and our world a better place for curselves and children to live in. We have in the past 25 years made a great start toward buildin ga healthy Jewish community. I believe that with the help of every interested member in the Greater Miami Jewish community the Federation will continue to grow as the central organization devoted to meeting the needs of the total Jewish community through three vital functions; fund raising, budgeting and community planning. This is the promise we of Federation make to you. that as }b central source of our Jewish community's health and welfare needs we shall continue to do everything within our power to serve our children tomorrow as we have served ourselves and In honor of the 25th Anniversary Annual Meeting of Federation, Burdine's and the Florida Power and Light Company are presenting windows dedicated to-Federation. The window shown here is at Burdine's downtown store and tells of the work of Federation and its agencies, as well as of the Silver Anniversary Meeting. Reflections on Federation's Milestone By DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT | hi : %  %  : %  %  .V.-.r • ) Twenty-live years is not a long time in the context of history, but in the life of an individual and in the experience of a new community, it is a significent accretion of events and memories. Other cities may boast generations, and even centuries of existence, but to us the two and a half decades are important—for they embodied our lives, our stnvings, our disappointments, our achievements. When 1 lecall that 1 have been in this community precisely one half of the life time of our Federation, I recognize how new and how young, is this communal effort of ours. But youth is, as we all say, one condition that any person and every organization outgrows, with the passing of more time and by the grace of God. r have been asked to speak a brief word of inspiration concerning this milestone which it is our purpose to commemorate. As we approach the threshold of joy, let us know that the inspiration is pot in any one speaker, but in the occasion we mean to celebrate. The inspiration is in men and women, in ideas, and in goals—not merely of dollars, but also of human values. The inspiration lies in the causes we espoused: in the furthering of Jewish knowledge, in protecting the rights of our Jewish existence and ir sheltering the dignity of our Jewish name; in the help and compassion we extended our families today. The (ung to start planning for 7he tie-, quar ter century is right now uiid we invite you to join us in _;eipin; our Jewish community go forward and become a source of pride to all of uto our young, to our aged, to our sick, to the lonely Jewish soldier on an American outpost, to the European Jew attempting to rebuild his war and hate ravaged life; to the brave, new world the state of Israel is building. The inspiration, once more, lies not in words, but in the generosity, the sacrifice, and the heroism, which have transformed at least some of the tears and travail inflicted upon our people into consolation, and even into victory. Because our Federation is young, many of the men and women we shall honor are. happily and thankfully, both its early founders and Us present sponsors. But we shall need to honor, likewise, those whom destiny has summoned to the realm of eternal life, but whose names will ever be a blessing on our lips. Living or deceased, the presidents and the chairmen, the leader? and the workers, the laymen and the professional people, the heralded and the unsung, the exhorters and the givers, to these we must pay our sincere and affectionate tribute. But if our song is to be sweet to our ears, let it not drown out other things we must hear; let not this song of celebration be sung in cadences of disproportionate pride, nor in a mood of exaltation that is unlimited by perspective For these twentyfive years have not been years of unmixed blessing, of unqualified success, of undiluted growth. Failure to rise to our responsibilities, disappointCentinued on Following Page HIGHLIGHTS OF 25 YEARS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE ITU Mnj 7, 1938: First Federation meeting held at home of Sam Blank; organizations pledge unity; mult'ple appeals studied; 19.500 Jewish population. 1W o_First Federation campaign—Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Chairman; $82,475 rai'ed. (Goal $65,100!) Stanley C. Myers, first President Jewish Welfare Society (now the Jewish Family Service; aids DP's. 1940— Jewish Home for the Aged chartered. 1941— Bureau of Jewish Education founded as result of Fed*' itton study. 1942-45—War years; ISO 1WB: Service programs; Baron de h.rsch Loan Fund established. 1944—Miami Beach YMHAs program established 1945—Jewish Home for the Aged opens doors; Federation conducts population survey; 30.000 Jewish residents in Dade O mty; Ground broken for new Servicemen's Center. 194o— Miami opens its heait to save remnants of European J First big CJA campaign to save refugees; Displaced Pe aid-program by National Council of Jewish Women. 1947—CJA Women's Division organized: Alton Road Hospit il reopened under Jewish Community auspices; CJA launcht million dollar campaign; Greater Miami Jewish Center I 0 torium and gymnasium built in Miami; Beach Branch uilt; Study of Leisure-Time Deeds. 1948—Israel's Independence; Federation raises $1,485 %  • % %  1949—Mt. Sinai Hospital—former hotel and wartime rehabil center—opens in December. 1949; Jewish Vocat* Ml S • ce established as a result of Federation study 1950—Southwest YMHA program opens. 1951—Jewish Home lor the Aged moves to Douglas Garden aad Beach Y's reorganize to establish Greater Mami Jewish Community Center. 1952—Bureau of Jewish Education moves to new building c 6. 1952. 1953—Warsaw Ghetto Memorial; Jewish center group work program for Jewish Home for Ihe Aged undertaken. 1954—Jack Abhn Memorial Building constructed it lawU for the Aged: North Count) YMHA program -'A I I tion loan for $750,000 negotiated. 1955—Mount Sinai Hospital building drive for S'.vi>n thi East Crisis; Federation is i fed American Jewiah Cv< tee's -(.roll for community lea lership. 1957—Highest CJA total: $1,768,000; Federation : %  I'JA Award in recognition of one of the most outstanding I paigns in the country Federation is awarded C.'FWF Aw for best publicity; chaplaincy Service established; Ltime study initiated; First President's Leadership Award .in escapees helped by National Council of Jewish V> and Jewish Family Service; Three Agencies join United through Federation 1958— Jewish Family Service opens new Miami Beach office; South west Branch of YMHA dedicated: Jewish Vocational S officially admitted to Federation family; Supreme Court Jus ticc William O Douglas addresses Attorneys and Accountants Division. 1959—Leadership Training program workshop—initiated and run by Federation of Jewish Women'.Organizations; Na Council of Jewish Women starts project for the blind and par tially sighted children; Arthur Rosichan. new Executi rector makes his first report; Jewish Vocational Service cooperative agreement with the Home for the Aged for Work shop program; Headlines tell story of Jews fleeing Romania and CJA and I'JA role in their rescue; Pocket sized ing musical show tells community of Federation work. 19ft—Federation moves into its own building, dedicated in November; Opening of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Hospital gets SS0.000 Cobalt Bomb to treat cancer; Supervised play for children of work ins. parents offered by Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. and establishment of Day Centers for Senior Citizens; Openinof Sheltered Workshop; Geriatrics Research Laboratory; four new pavilions at the Jewish Home for the Agio. Bureau ol Jewish Education opens College of Jewish Studies; Federation agencies alerted to the movement of Cuban Refugees. 'HI—Jewish Vocational Service receives first government granl for rehabilitation program; Federation and Federation cies coordinate migration of Jewish refugees from Cuba to the Miami community; I'mted Hias opens Miami resettlement office for Cuban refugees; Hias, Federation and National Council of Jewish Women coordinate resettlement activities for Cuban Jewish families. 19*2—Plans formulated for celebration of 25th anniversary year; Federation operates first Capital Fund campaign member agency resulting additional 105 beds at Jewish Home for the Aged; Federation approves setting up Jewish Community Foundation for Legacies and BequeMa 194J—25th Anniversary year special celebration and comnvmora tive programs established. Samuel Blank end ws a Jewish Cultural Lectureship; In the 25th Anniv.-rsaxy yea* Federation receives honor as lieing host, for the first time. : %  > the C--ner.il Userabty of the Council of Jewish Federation* and Welfare Funds to be held in November; Jewish Vocational Service makes application to I nited Fund.



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Friday. May 24. 1963 •UfeWfsft ftcrXJiatr? Federation Annual Meeting Sunday 1 UOH KAPLAN Continued from Page 1A original musical featuring the story of 25 years of Federation and its agenda! in song and verse was written by Trixie Levin especially for the occasion and will be introduced by Dr. Joseph R. Narot. The stories of the agencies, ranging from youth to aged will be portrayed by a cast -of volunteer communal leaders, providing a comprehensive portrait of Federation^ agencies in the local community. The show will be highlighted by a sketch depicting tho Founders Meeting held in 1938. at the home of Sam Blank, launching the Federation. Founders and past presidents of Federation will be honored in a dramatic candle lighting ceremony conducted by Dr. Irving Lehrman. RABBINICAL HOUR DEDICATES PROGRAM Sunday morning. Dr. Irving Lehrman will conduct the Rabbinical Hour "A Still Small Voice" on ch. 7, dedicating the program to Federation's Silver Anniversary Meeting. Sidney Lefcourt. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Joseph M. Lipton, chaiiman of the community's observance of the 25th anniversary of United Jewish Appeal, and Stanley C. Myers, a founder and first Federation president, will participate. Displays of the agencies cosponsoring the Annual Meeting •r scheduled to add an informative note to the meeting. Milestone in History Reached by Federation Continued from Preceding Page nent both in projecting and reaching out for our oblectives, living with minimal and even less than minimal attainments—these have too often haunted, as indeed, they still do haunt our Jewish Federated community. Even as we bespeak our deep gratitude, there;.irc. let us also give voice to our profound concern. Fven as we strike the chords of pleasant sentiment, let us also sound the warning which both our total conviction and our collective conscience dictate. Fven as we rejoice, let us also study. Even as we indulge in sweet reminiscences, let us also investigate every arena of our Jewish community life .md plan for it with an intelligence that will not L i u grow like the wild mushrooms, but that will %  nable it to flourish like the nurtured garden. As we stand on the threshold of this anniversary, w hear in our community all the noises of the pioneer city. Old residents are too often satisfied with first accomplishments. Newcomers too often live ir. memories of their former homes and deeds, and here choose to bask in the shade of anorymity. Every cause converges upon us, %  presumably to appeal to the vacationer, but inescapably to overwhelm the resident community as well. And no one really knows what patterns, either of population or of program, are yet to emerge. In another sense, we ar the microcosm of all America, with so many of America's grim and challenging problems focused sharply here. Oply a few weeks ago, we were the center of the world's attention in the struggle between East and West. While neither an Albany nor an Oxford, the tensions and dilemmas of the racial issue abound in our midst. And as a resort community whose first industry is fun, distraction from the serious aims and the lasting values are plentiful, very frequently engulfing the host as well as the guest. Will our Jewisn community rise to all these challenges? Will we labor for greater maturity of elfort and elfect? Will we, at last, take our place in the several American Jewish communities that reed us and deplore our weaknesses and limitations? No celebration of a birthday will be complete or justified unless it answers these questions hopefully and affirmatively. And if our twentyfifth anniversary party will Rive us cause for such a promising reply to the climactic questions of our time, we will merit the respect of the present and win tho gratitude of the future generations of Jewish life. MKS. STANLEY C. MYiftS Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will deliver the invocation and Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, the benediction. At the request of Rabbi Solomon Schiff, president of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, the only official Greater Miami community observance of the passing of Itzhak Ben-Zvi, President of the State of Israel, will be observed. Kennedy Names L Weinstein to Housing Group NEW YORK — JTA) — Lewis H. Weinstein of Boston, chairman of the National Community Relations Advisory Council, was appointed by President Kennedy this weekend to membership on an eight-member President's Committee on Equal Opportunity in Housing. A recognized authority on housing, Mr. Weinstein has been chairman of the Massachusetts State Board of Housing and the Massachusetts Emergency Housing Commission. Page 9-A Federation Gave $26 Million Plus In 25 years of activity the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has raised a total of $26,400.000 for its campaign of 57 local, national and overseas agencies. Of this amount raised, $9,950.000 served the needs of the Greater Miami Jewish community and outstanding National agencies, many of whose programs were conducted in the local area. In helping United Jewish Appeal and other agencies save 3.000,000 Jewish lives, resettle Jewish families in the homeland of Israel and other countries throughout the world, the local community in a quarter of a century provided $11,700,000. Included in the total of $26,400.000 in support of agencies serving the local community approximately $1,700,000 was made available by the United Fund of Dade County which joins Federation in support of three communal agencies; the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Jewish Family and Children's Service, and the Jewish Home for the Aged. Listed are categories of service and breakdown of how the Federation dollar served men, women and children in the past 25 years. CATEGORY AMOUNT Health $ 2.200.0OO Group Work & Leisure Time 2,400,000 Family and Child-Care 1,900,000 Vocational Services ._ 250,000 Aged 800.000 Jewish Education 950,000 UJA and Overseas 11,700,000 National 1.450.0OO Reserve for losses I,650,000 Reserve for Special Studies and Contingencies A Emergency Grents 200,000 Year Round Administration Budgeting and Social Welfare Planning 1,000.000 Fund Raising Cosis 1,900,000 TOTAL $26,400,000 ALSO _-~s ^c*^ REMODELING CELEBRATION SATURDAY, 1AY 17th Thru SUNDAY. MAY 26th 1 set of 4-11 ounces glasses. 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Page 10-A vJewisli fhrkHan Friday. May 24, 196 ,L Big and Little-Shavuoth is the Time By DAVID SCHWARTZ Shavuoth is the time of the great event on Sinai. The world loves tallncss, bigEverj town boasts of its syscrapers, though they create COOflMliOD. Likewise tall people are admired. If you are less than five feel tix inches, you can't become a policeman and your chances for becoming President are also very slim. The shorties have a hard time oi it They pay the same amount for their suit of clothes, although there is less material in it, and have these other disadvantages to which I have alluded. Shavuoth should give them comfort. The Midrash tells us that Mr. Sinai was chosen for the Revelation just because it was a small and humble mountain. Sometimes the shorty gets a break but it appears it only happens every two or three millenia. Big and little that loom so large in people's mind—what really are they? In the smallest atom, there is the counterpart of the whole solar system. In the grain of sand, the universe, is mirrored. A Jewish sage of old noted that the letter Yud is the smallest in the Hebrew alArthur Teichner has been appointed catering manager of the DiLido Hotel on Miami Beach. A Miami resident for the past 16 years, Teichner returns to the DiLido after an absence of six years during which he served as catering manager of other leading hotels on the Beach. Teichner will be in complete charge of food and beverages and will supervise parties, weddings and other specicl events. Announcement of the appointment was made by George Casper, general manager. phabet. But the Yud (Jew) has not been so insignifcant in history. Rabbi Simla, according to the Talmud, noted that Moses received 613 Mitzvoth on lit Sinai. Then came David and reduced them to eleven. (In one of the Psalms. David notes eleven virtues which the Lord likes.) Then the prophet Micah came and reduced them to three: "What doth the Lord require of thee but to do justice, love mercy and walk humbly with God." Then Isaiah came and reduced them to two: "Keep ye justice and righteousness" and Amos came and brought them down to one: "For thus saith the Lord, "Seek ye me and live." But however much we condense and reduce the Torah, it is still big. The Gerer Rebbe asked a young men if he had learned any Torah. "A little." he replied. "I am afraid." said the Rebbe, "that's all any of us learn." Dr. Kohler, one-time President of Hebrew Union College, used to tell about his teacher who kept a shop for his livelihood. He used to sit there and study. So engrossed was he in his studies, he resented any customers coming in to buy. According to the Midrash, King David had a musical alarm clock which awakened him at midnight to study the Torah. David was a soldier, king and also a literary man. He wrote the Psalms. When did he get a chance to study? Study we must. For the Torah we were created! But study without action is like eating without exercise. The Prelaner Rebbe told a story. \ A scholarly rabbi came to the | Cates of Heaven. "What are your credentials?" he ] was asked. "I studied the Torah days and! nights," he replied. "Just sit own there." said the Chief Clerk. Our staff will have to verify your record." Then another rabbi came in. He was asked the same question and he replied that he had devoted much time to the study of the Cabala and other mystical writ ings. He was also told to sit down unfit his ctflim could be mvesii gated. Then a tavern keeper entered. I And he was asked about his credentials. He answered. "I fed every poor man who came to my inn." Immediately, tne gates of Heaven opened and the tavern keeper was ushered in. Gary Woifson receiving the North Shore Optimist Club scholarship award from past president Irvine C. Spear, chairman of the club's scholarship committee. 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Ill" .m %  iday. May 24. 1963 +Jewish fkridUan Page ll-A Mind/in in Israel : i ntinued from Page 1-A their shops to sleep, they ,\unt to do business. A sign on • he an entire catalogue of uniden'.lied phenomena. I declined to inish. A fellow-voward at my side looked up from his own :,ilafei burden to examine my MCI. "Do you," he asked tentatively, "speak English?" I told him I did. We instantly recognize one another as Americans. Again, tentatively, he asked: "Are you Jewish?" "I replied in the affirmative. "And you?" I countered. "A Gentile," he confessed sadly, "but a gentle one. How frightening it is to be in the minority." 1 reassured him. remembering my classroom Hebrew. "But I ,:n in the minority, too." He insisted on the last word: "A Jewish Gentile, eh?" I parried the thrust: "Yes. and very gentle, indeet It was in fact polite talk to identify with his minority status. Last Sunday. I was stopped by a black-suited, bearded, and round, black-hatted slip of a man on Park Ave., New York. In increasingly loud Yiddish, he asked for directions. In increasingly soft Yiddish, my eyes guiltily examining the immediate environs, I tcld him the way. Today, before Radad on Allenby. a lovely shop of stainless steel tableware in Tel Aviv, I engaged a man in conversation, assured by the giant size of his belly that he could certainly speak Yiddish. And over the noises of the madding crowd, in ever heightened tones of love between us, he marveling at my facility in a language dead, as he felt to all Americans (who are necessarily ignorant of Holy Things), we spoke of the life and times in Israel today. And no one heard or cared in the sea of heightened Hebrew about us. for the life and times of Israel today include few if any silently belligerent Park Avenues. Perhaps this is why my falafel-rejecting friend sought assurances from a gentle Jew. Sherna Simonhoff, a senior at Brandeis University, receives the Ben and Rosa Stein annual memorial prize for creative arts, from dean of students, I. Milton Sacks, at the awards assembly held at the Waltham, Mass., liberal arts university. Miss Simonhoff also received the Deborah Josepha Cohen memorial award in drawing. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff, of 5925 N. Bayshore Dr., she is a graduate of Miami Beach High, now majoring in fine arts. GMFTY Installs Fleischman Head Greater Miami Federation of [ Temple Youth officers were inStalled Sunday at a youth work-1 shop held at Temple Israel of i Greater Miami, during the annual meeting of the South Florida Federation Union American Hebrew Congregations. NewSlate, installed by Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, director Southeastern Council UAHC, was headed by Richard Fleischman, president; Susi Kurash, vice president; i Marsha Goldberg, secretary, and Suzi Lebow, treasurer. Mesivta Installs At the first Mesivta Senior High School scholarship fund luncheon, held Monday at the home of Mrs. Sylvia Zemel, 3121 Prairie Ave., newly elected officers of the group were installed. Jilie THE WEEK... AS I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A I eared toward newness and need, from what sources stem the i C 50 you ha\e to shell out to spend an evening there? Thus, at least in the city, the "sameness" of contrasts peculiar to a metropolis anyherc seem to hold sway. But now that I am prepared to go forth into the desert, I have Men told to beijin expecting the miraculous. GREETINGS NURSERY and SPRAY SERVICE UWN SMAYINC-TREE SPRAYING — No Chart* for Etrimatoi w Analysis CNARUS f. JOHNSON 4655 N.W. Mtk AveMe MIAMI, Ft*. NE 4-7715 TO ALL GREETINGS THE MIAMI INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. GENERAL INSURANCE II. II. WOODSMALL. JR. 682 NE 124th ST. North Miami PL 4-0615 GREETINGS TO ALL U. S. 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Page 12-A • k H iigti fkriciian Friday, May 24. \\$ Charles Rosenberg (left), outgoing president of Temple Adath Yeshurun. presenting the gavel to president-elect, Joseph Liedman. Joint installation of Congregation, Sisterhood and Men's Club will be held on Saturday night, June 8. in the newly-completed Sanctuary of the Congregation. Joint Affair For Adath Yeshurun Joint installation of Temple Adath Yeshurun Congregation. Sisterhood and Men's Club, will be held on Saturday night, June 8. in the newly-completed Synagogue. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, spiritual Conservative RABBI AVAILABLE INSPIRING SPEAKER DYNAMIC LEADER If Requested will also perform Cantorial, Educational and Torah Services. Write C.N. H. c/o Box 2973, Main Postoffice, M ; ami 1, Fla. leader of the Congregation, will install Joseph Liedman as president of the Congregation, and Mrs. Ira Levin as Sisterhood president. A cocktail hour will precede the ceremony, and a buffet supper, dancing and entertainment will follow. Installation committee members are: chairman, Martin Beloff, William Alter, Mrs. Martin Beloff, Mrs. Daniel Bimberg. Al Kessler, i Mrs. William Mars. William Mars, i Mrs. Herbert Parker. Sam Rat, ner, Samuel Rubcnstcin and Charles Smook. Mutual Fund Issues Initial Prospectus NEW \DftK — i( lakeside Cemetery JACOB GROSSMAN, 12 Noon Rabbi MJX Lipschit: "May Their Souls Repose in Eierndl Peace'" PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-0921 Phones HI 4-0921 LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK i AND GARDEN MAISOLEIM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY'' N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 y —^ X ISSS OAOK iOULIVB MIAMI SSStACH. FLOHlOA jsrriMON a 56.'* UKSil OX tJl-ASBe"* euNiML oinccro Jo JLJO


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'friday. May 24. 1963 +Jenisi) ftrridShun & OL m. Baturdaj I 10 a.m Leesona from ih.WllderHhavuol st i vices in In f in • ; 16 p.m \V. ihifs.l.i i ',n Sermon: "Meeting Sinai's MvsjalnB 8843 p.m ijniis'ii. St rmon: Mmoi i.ii 10 lit tiu'iutw i %  .' %  In %  in, Vi z i lal MH ii ••. OATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave • hodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. I.iy 6:45 p.m. Saturday S:8fl p m* %  n: "What IH Ih. Source ttf JewV lality?" Sliaviiot urnlci's be.-.lay IMS pan. Wednesday ...in. Sermon: "Shavuot. the i.iatlon and Bsaonoo of JudaOenfng 6:45 |i.in Thursday i m. Sermon -our Commitintu Turah-JudalHm are R>ufiti" ii a.m. vizkor eervtoes, TH DAVID. 2825 SW 3rd ave. Con..iiive. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, .intor William W. Lipson. a> >!:Ij p.m. Saturday It a.m. ii e I" be conducted by Junior I it-u mini, siiavnut services Tueai 6:80 p.m. Wednesday nlng 1:1! p.m. Thoraday I services in.:in a.m. H.m. a.m. H Hr BR ^ A CADEMY MOO Pinetree Qroaa?"'• a bl A e n0" s. HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON. OREGAT.ON. 555 W. 49th St.. HiaHeform. leah — • IS R AE > ITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malaviky. Cantor Louia Cohen. K S E .u E J H 'SR^EL.7415 Euclid ave. Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Self. MINYONAIRES. 3737 ern Traditional. Bird rd. ModH EMETH. nservative. ntor Hym.in Ii y.m. of Ml 12250 NW 2nd ave. Rabbi Simon April. Fin> HaMitzx.m Paula %  %  :i'l .Mrs. <'li.nl MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM, 1544 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Straasfeld. Friday 1:48 p.m. Saturday s : :io a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion of the. Torah. .. ,. III. "Ethics i>f the Fa l tiers'. Tuesday S:45 %  p.my Shavuotl 1 red .... Wednesday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Symbol ..i 81 van." Mlmlm 8:30 p.m. Thursday to a.m. Yi> !>.'." l .m. Sermon: ".Meanms .if ii/.kor. .• OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineai) Weberman. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW Sth,' it. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice, young man is '• ... religious feclinj :lj p.m. "In. si api aki r. Rabbi Poses Question: Our Youth a Problem? By RABBI SIMON APRIL — Beth Emeth Congregation We often hear complaints against our youth. Wherever we go, we hear that our youth of today is a generation of mediocrity, a generation of young people which lack individuality. They lack spiritual initiative. Their minds feed on second-hand information. Their minds are newspaper, televisiontype which accepts rumor for truth. Of course, those who complain admit that their indictment is not general. They admit that there are splendid and beautiful exceptions. But like all exceptions, these also prove the rule, and the rule is that the average young man today thinks too much of what he calls enjoyment. The average young man today devotes practically all his leisure to the theater, television, sports and the dance hall. The religion of the modern argely a suppressed thing. He avoids giving vent to s or emotions. If he does something wh'.ch at all re ii! I'Uiuin. ii'M'in inn nil II n i njHfaa RABBI SIMON APRIL generation of mediocrity o? M taTKiiSfilW*! 8: '" "• speaker: '"*r" ""• vr OU.OUOUB. n ne does something which at all re n s.i laj a i.. a.m WedjV 1 "", T n "• l '^""Editor Miami semMes a religious act. he immediately adds the trite and oft repeated £&n a m ,n t: s;.;::v" £?' v.'::;;:',;.. 'Tfy$fr l W*> 2 KS^'X did t hat b T' use I .,h r ht il was ,he *** thiD '" day 8:48 ...ii yttkor sermon T S uth M '","!' |: ,iuk ,,:! > l0, but,not because I am religious.' He seems to feel ashamed of .. in. • —— H ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Or dox. Rabby H. Louis Rottiran. i> 6:80 p.m. Saturday I a.m. in: "TinMessafp ..i the DenBvealna |:M p.m. Shavuot beTuewda) 8:35 p.m. Torah win •tudled throughout the night, la) ."i an i :i a.in Sermon: I tally Revelation of Tornh." services 6:85 p.m. Thursday B a in. Sermon: %  our Parenta a Shavuot Meaaage for us.' • TH JACOB. 301-311 Washington %  Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern, aotor Maurice Mamchea. lay •' %  :'M p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. ion: "The ."i.lt.i .if Ki.tilt,in.' %  I services heidii Tu.s.lny 6:3 Wedneaday S.lft a.m. Sermon: K.velntltiii That i.i Bternal." Ing 6:30 p.m. Thursday Yizkor i a.m. Sermon: "The Torah In Retnemberlqa;." TH KODESH iioi SW 12th ave. o d e r n Traditional. Rabbi Max •iapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. I :!" p.m. Saturday 8:t5 a.m. ..n: i.n. iWorthwnlle." liar h. Barry, son of Mr, Hn.i lira. .in I. iiol.1. eriin'Nnn o Mr and Harry Han. shavuot ushered r i.s.ia;. t:So pin. Wednesday Thursday t:t."> a.m. vizervlcea io a.m. Sermon: "The it. Remember." TH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. ".'lodox. Ralph Krieger, secrey. I > 6::io p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. '•. %  •I aervlcea Taeaday t:S0 p.m daj H a.m. Thoraday v a.m, i"::'.'i a.iii. Pulpit aui-st, Kabi AJatet, H TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or>dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1 10 i. in. Saturday 8:80 a.m. "ii: Democracy! What is it?" lira. Sermon: "Rlhica 'f our Tuesday I M %  m. Shnushered in. Sermon: "Is It our i nr Ood'a WordT" Mincha 1:46 Wednesday B.SI a.m. Sermon: iiniiii,' .if our Now Account." -t-rvi...... |O:80 nm. TH TORAH. 164th at. and NE 11th e. Conservative.. Rabbi Max Lip. h| tz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenaym. %  >' S:30 p.m. Sermon: "Are h.-is anil Parents Alwaya RlKliI?" hen and PTA Services. SaturV .|J a in. Bar Mltavah: Alan, %  Mr. and Mrs Max Stern; ',' %  s '"i f Mr. and Mrs. Rudy aland. Shavu.il services IK-KIII day 7 p.m. Wednesday 8:4'. a.m. rsdaj 8:15 a.m. Ylskor services :i in. rE HEIGHTS JEWI8H CONOREriON. 1401 NW 13rd at. Convative. Rabbi Harold Richter. "tor Emanuel Mandel. > :16 p.m. Sermon: "Yuth%  '' for a Metier l>ay." Saturf::i0 u.m. Sermon: ''Forttoq of r---k." 'I^uesdav 7 p m. Sha"shered Iii. Wednesday 8:10 Sermon: "Stnml'a Visible KveniriK ii:4."i p.m. Tbuis...in. Sermon: "Memoilal 'I Shavuot." Yiakor services ER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st onservative. Rabbi David RosCantor George Goldberg. <>:J p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Portion Of Hie Week." liar h: <;ien an.i Qary, twin aotti and Mrs. U.rbert Kata. Sha~' r v a Tuesday 6:45 p.in. '.ay ;i n m. S.rinon "One r d M. Leviton s l ". p.m. Sermon: "What -fDewlah Meana to Me." ConK'ii .lass, |Mt will be hinioif.l |> ~ Shabbat. I will hold Memorial services wiih Chaplain Morris 11. Klein, captain of th.guard of honor, officiating;. Shavuot services uahered in on Tuesday '' %  %  p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. Students nf Rellclous School will participate in Shavuot services. Thursday 10 a in Ylskor sermon: iiiiaerva ami Remember." TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Morris Berger. Friday s:I.". p.m. St rmon: "Guarding the Sacred." Saturday a.m. Tuesday (:4S p.m. llevliiniiin of Shavuot Wednesday H a.m. Sermon: "Paradise In a Wilderness KvenIng ii:4."i p.m. Thui-sday 9 a.m. Yiikor service 10:30 a.m. Sermon: "Immortality for the living." Bar Mltrvab: Marc, son of .\fr. and Mrs. Rayin.md Nadler. TEMPLE BETH AM. 8950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Friday V.in p.m. "Ask the Raliltl" session following aervloas, Saturday 11:15 p.m. liar Mltzvah: fiairy. son of Mr. and Mrs. .Marvin Kantor, Shavuoth nervlcea Wedneaday l am. Sermon: "t'limliing Spiritual Moiintalns." TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Retorm Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. I riday B:1S p.m. t'onflrmaii'ls will receive Bibles and Prayer books from Sisterhood and Brotherhood Saturday n ii.in. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunilano Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop Cantor Herman Gottlieb. FYlday 8: IS p.m. Sermon: "How Much of the Torah Do Jews Live by Today?" Naming of Jodl RacheL new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Mired Miller. Saturday 10:30 a.m. Bat Mltzvah: Michael, sou ill" Mr. and Mrs William I.in. I. — e TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 172b Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Mendelowltz. Cantor Ernest Stelner. Friday 8.'t0 p in. Rabbi Memlelnwltz will report on National Kuntt convention. Saturday ii a.m. 1'i.stconfirmaiion ceremonies. — • — TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben Grossberg. FYlday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Adding L.lf to our Years." Pulpit guest, Hurry Phllrhick. chairman membership drive. Tribute to (ireat.r Miami Jewish Federation on -5th anniversary. Saturday 9 a.m. Shavuot services Wednesday H a.m. Sermon: "Standing at Sinai." Thursday : a.in. S, i in.nr "We Must Not Forget." Yizkor 10:30 a.m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Friday 8:16 p.m. Special seryloa for %  %  ..HI' : MiamiSaturday 10:30 a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wall.-r S. Mackauf. Wednesday 10:45 a.m. Sliavuut service and Ylskor. • -— TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M Machtel. Samuel April. Cantor Gershon TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrmar Cantor Hirah Adler. FYlday S:30 p.m. Installation service. Saturday '.I a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. S.,li,in,,n Shore; Arnold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Lelbovlt. shavuot services begin Tuesday 7 p.m. Wednesday I a.m. Confirmation ceremony. Dvenlng services 7 p.m. Thursday 111 a.m. Ylskor 11 a.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th St Retorm. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Bornstein. FYlday 8:15 p.m, Sermon: "The Rabrl who is Leaving Ihe Rabbinate to Write Plays and Novels." Certificates to members of adult education ClaSSea. SbaVUOt services Tuesday 7 p.m. iwiimn : %  ::..: ..,. %  i %  This page is prepared in I cooprration luith the Spiritual I Leaders of the Greater Miami : I Rabbinical Assn. JABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ Coordinator -:• Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFP Gems of Wisdom CANDLELIGHTING TIME 1 Sivan — 6:47 pan. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca> Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown. FYlday s p.m. Sermon: "The Mad .Monster." Saturday 10:10 a.m. Religious School students in the 4th anil 5lh grades] will participate. Wednesday 10:30 a.m. Shavuot and Yizkor services. Evening 7:30 p.m. Confirmation servic. s. — • — TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday 8:15 p.m. liar Mltzvah: Marshal daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. David Snyderman. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sheeger. Shavuot ushered In Tuesday f:4s p.m. Wednesday S:45 a.m. Confirmation scrvlc-s. Evening 8:4! p.m, Thursday 8:45 a.m. Yizkor Memorial Services. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Saul H. Breeh. FYlday 8:15 p.m. Confirmation exercise theme: "What Is Torah?" Shavuot services Tuesday 6:45 p.m. Wednesday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Ood'a Rt-vi lation." Evening 6:45 p.m. Thursday S:45 a.m. Sermon: "The Eternity of Ood'a Law." iu:30 a.m. Yizkor ser\ MX -. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Gtllfslream among the Nations." TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Qroaa. Cantor Jack Lerner. Klein. FYlday 8:15 p.m Installation of new board inemiieis. Oneg Bhabbat hosts; Outgoing board members. Saturday :i a.m. Tuesday 7 p.m. Wednesday Shavuol services 9 a.m. ami 7 p.m. Thursdaj 8 a.m. Yizkor i" a.m. Evening Bervlcea 7 p.m. TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Zamora ave Raboi Herachel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. FYlday vi5 p.m, Sermon: "A Place of Wilderness and Yet of Wisdom." Saturday S:45 a.m. Sermon: "A New Book." Bar Mltzvah: Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Zoltan Upner. Shavuot schedule: Tuesday 6::l'i p.m. Wedneaday 8:ea a.m. ami *i:3n p.m. Thursday 8:45 a.m. Yizkor 10:18 a.m. TEMPLE 2ION. 5720 SW 17th at Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Was man. Cantor Seymour Hinkea. FTiday 8:30 p.m. Sermon "The Wilderness of Life." Tuesday 8:30 p.m. 'Sermon: "Do You Need Confirmation?" Confirmation ceremony. Wednesday 9 a.m. Shavuot services. Sermon: "Divine Revelation." Evening services 6:30 p.m. Tursday 9 a.m. Yizkor 10 a.m. Sermon: "Remembering." TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conaervativa. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz. FYlday s:30 p.m. Sermon: "IMstant Horizons." Oner Shabbat hosted by Sisterhood in honor of graduatea. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Port Inn of the Week." Tuesday 8:30 p.m. shavuot services. Sermon: "Itullding llridges." Wednesday 9 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. Memorial Sermon: "Your Inheritance." Thursday 9 a.m. Ylskor 10 a.m. the word ••religion," or its adjective, religious. For this reason, his relationship to the synagogue is nil or lukewarm. According to his way of thinking, there is nothing in the synagogue to give him by way of diversion. To him, the synagogue, is a good place lor the rabbi, children, old folks, who have nothing else to do. Why should he be found in such company? The club, the street, the arena, are the agencies which appeal to him. these express exactly his views of modern life. To such young men may be addressed the words of our prophet Jeremiah, "Hamidbar Hayiti L'Yisrael?" which means, "Have I been a wilderness to Israel," or "a land of deep darkness?" Wherein lies the fault? What is lacking? Is it vision our youth lacks, or is it spiri ituality, or purpose they lack? What our youth lacks today is simple knowledge; they lack the knowledge of the fact that they are not giving themselves a chance. They lack the knowledge of being able to tell the difference between the plaything of life and the real lasting life. I would suggest to our youth to spiritualize their amusements, spiritualize them so that men may enjoy the best and feel better for having taken part in them. Spiritualize them by developing body as well as mind and spirit. 13630 W. Dixie Cantor MaurYEHUDAH MOSHE. hwy. Conservative. ice Neu. FYlday 8:13 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Chasin. Shavuot schedule Tuesday 7 p.m. \V. .Ims.l..\ a. in. and 7 p.m. Thursday 9 a.m. Yizkor Memorial aervlcea i"::ii> a.m, YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday8:86 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "The End of Outer." Sliavuot aervlcea uahered in Tueaday IMS p.m. Wedneaday '.' a.m. Bet n.oii: "Kabalath Hat..rah'' Evening 6:45 p.m. Thursday 9 .i.w\ Ylskor 10:30 a in. GEMS OF WISDOM As God permeates the Universe. %  \o the Law has found its tvay lrroiig all mankind. —J0SBPHU8. Scriptures likens the Torah to •he desert, to fire, and to water, for !il(e these three, it is free to all. MBKILTA. The Holy One offered the Torah to all nalions, end none but Israel s accepted it. RABBI YOHANAN. &f When God created the wori4. He .stipulated If Israel accepts My 5 Law. well and good; if not, let i chaos return. — TALMUD. This book; %  >( the law shall not ^depart out of thy mouth, but thou I shalt meditate therein day and I night, — BIBLE. see Torah abides ifith him uvho saci rifices all for it. —SOTA. • • At Sinai, Cod was the groom. I Israel the bride. Torah the marriage certificate, and Moses the best man. PIRKI. DE RABBI EL1BZER. xiinuniiiiiii.miiinumnaiiiiiiiiii Miiim II By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why do the pious ones stay awake all night during the first night of the Shavuoth holiday? (This year, Tuesday evenirg. May 29.) The source for this is the Zoh* who writes that "The pious of olien times would not sleep on this night; but would occupy themselves with the (study of) the Torah." Some claim this is done because of a condition which prevailed on this night during the event of the Revelation of the Torah at Sinai which the festival of Shavuoth commemorates. The Midrash tells us that the people of Israel were asleep on this night and the Almighty had to send Moses to awaken them before he could give them the Torah. Therefore Jews stay awake during this night every year to make amends for the shortcomings of their ancestors at Sinai. According to this explanation the various passages recited from the Torah during this night are called •Tikkun" because the word comes from a root which means "to fix or to amend." The Zohar claims that this night has a mystic connotation in the sense that a spiritual fusion takes place between the Almighty and his chosen people. Rabbi Simeon bar Yochai is quoted as saying "Let us prepare the adornments for the bride (the people of Israeli so that she appears before the Heavenly Ruler tomorrow fully adorned. The adornments of our people have always consisted of its learning and study of the Torah." In accordance with this explanation the word "Tikkun" would indicate the scene of preparation, in the sense that the study of the various passages during the night adorn and prepare Israel for its annual fusion with the Almighty on the morrow. There are later commentaries who claim that the requirement to stay awake all night may be reminiscent of the original commandment in the Bible (Exodus 19:11) which asked the men to separate from their wives on the night before the acceptance of the Torah so that they be totally committed to Deity upon the act of receiving the Torah. • • Why do many people in Israel make a pilgrimage to King David'* Tomb on Shavuoth? The day of Shavuoth is both the birthday and the day of the passing of King David. Thus, those in Israel who can, make the pilgrimage to his tomb so as to visit his resting place on his Yahrzeit, the same as the grave of a parent is visited on the Yahrzeit. It is for this same reason that some claim we read the Book of Ruth on that day, since the book gives the geneology of King David, who was a descendant of Ruth.



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Page 14-A LwlntnarxHan Friday, y xQy 24, Our Film Folk: By HERBERT G. IUFT Man With the Einstein Face Plans Ben Casey's Boss Hollywood S AM JAFFE, who port rays Dr. David Zorba. sndekiek to the impetuous neurosu r g eon Ben Casey in ABC's television series, called us to his home in Beverly Hills for an interview on the eve of his departure to Em-ope. where he will spend %  morth vacationing in Denmark and Italy, in addition to attending a film-festival in Spam. On his trip he will be accompanied by Bettye Ackerman. who is not only his wife of six years, but as his co-star, portraying Dr Maggie Graham, the specialist in the field of anestheslology in the very same Ben Casey TV series The likeness of actor Sam Jaffe has become so synonymous with the medical profession that people stop him on the streets in Los Angeles to ask for a remedy for their ailments. Jaffe tells me that, most recently, a cop called him lo the site of a street accident because he recogniied in him the old doc from the screen who in his mind and in the mind of millions of viewers has become an M.D.. a fact the actor concedes with a smile. At 66. Sam Jaffe is a man of infinite jest with a lust for life and an unquenchable thirst for knowledge A graduate as a mathematics major from City College of New York, he was dean of mathematics at the Bronx Cultural Institute before he became an actor. He once considered becoming a concert pianist, and some of his compositions have been performed on radio and in Carnegie Hall An accomplished linguist, he is fluent in Hebrew. French. Italian and German, and currently is studying Japanese. Sam Jaffes theatrical career started during his tenure as a math teacher at the Bronx Cultural Institute. Edward Goodman, of the Washington Square Players, saw Sam play six characters in an amateur production staeed by the school's teach ers. and induced Jaffe to join a company on tour Sam never returned to teaching. His first noteworthy job on Broadway was in "The Jazz Singer. starring Al Jolson In 1930. he got star billing in the production of -Grand Hotel." creating the character of Krin gelein in the dramatization of the Vicky Baum novel, later to be played in the movie version by the late Lionel Barryrnore. Persuaded to go to Hollywood, he appeared first in the Josef von Steinberg production of "The Scarlet Empre--.'' starring Mar lene Dietrich. For many years. the name of Sam Jaffe was identified with the High Llama of "Lost Horizon" and Gunga Din in the picture of the same name. In 194". he portrayed the Einstenlike physicist Prof. Lieberman in the sensational movie. •Gentleman's Agreement" In quick succession, followed leading parts in 13 Rue Madeleine.'' •Rope of Sand." "Under the Gun." "I Can Get it for You Wholesale." am: The Da. %  Earth Stood Stii! It '" 1850 that Sam Jaffe vo „' s Venice International Ar Betty* AdtJ man They wen married months later. Alter to-ring" "The Lark" with Julie H*. Sam went to Par;to co-star] "Les Espion. : l0TtSii French with iitenutM cast. He then wenl to Japan^ the Jahn Wajyna starrer Barbarian and th< <,• Browsing With Books: HILARY MINDL1N Fiorello La Guardia -Man Who Licked Tammany FIORELLO LA GUARDIA By Bella Redman, in collaboration with Philip Sterling. 16 pp. of phonographs. 24* pp. New York: Hill and Wang. 141 Fifth Avenue. SJ.tS. I IKE THE Little Flower" himself. Bella Rod %  man's cvotraphy of Fiorello La Guardia rr fast The story of the dynamic little guy who licked the Tammany t:ger and swept out the Aegean stable of New York's city hail like a diminutive Hercules was just begging to be written. Mrs. Rodman, a 50ctal worker and later, under the New Deal, supervisor of a home relief bureau, has poured al the warmth and fire of the beloved Mayor teto his story. The passion and nostalgia of the New Deal days when left was right and all the conflicts were clear, •when the unemployed, graft-ridden and tuberculous shun dwellers squatted oa the streets begging for a man on the side of the angel!—thiand the pun• flavor of justice roa>tinn tiger moat to a turn lie through the book Along with the solid bistcry. of course, goes one anecdote after another "His hair-trigger temper was balanced by lively wit and the e;ft of laughter. With an adroit thrust he once silenced his opponent. Henry Frank. who solicited Jewish voters because he was himself Jewish After all' La Guardia asked, is he looking for a job as a schames (custodian of a synagogue) or does he want to be elected Congressman*' Nor was La Guardia himself above capitalizing on his quarter-Jewish ancestry or his knowledge of Yiddish: be once invited Frank to debate with him in Yiddish, knowing full well Frank couldn't speak a word of it The authors have recreated in the boldest of living colors the images of the half-century when iy DAVID SCHWAETZ A Sense of Humor as the Bullets Wined O N APRIL 29, Israel celebrated her ISth birthday. Who cat I forget The stories of the day wher she won iDdepeadeace* One storv that I particularly remember was of a woman who got into a cab m Jerusalem The shots were flying all about. Whiz! Whiz: Bu the driver paid no attention u them. He kept on talking to the woman in Hebrew The woman couldn't understand it. "Man shiest, und er redt loshen kodesh!" ("They are sbooung. and he talks to me in Hebrew") The good woman of course didn't understand the efficient Israeli spirit. They were always doing two tbiags at the same time The Chahuim always went about with the gun and the plow together, and this driver also was doang the tame thing. While ducking the shot, be figured, he might as well be practicing up on his Hebrew Eventually, of course, the shooting stopped. When the statehood of Israel was assured, the joy was great. Men and women poured into the streets embracing one another. When the blue-andvhite flag of Zaon passed, a young man shouted: "Long live Israel" An elderly man who was standing beside him thoughtfully asked. "On what 0 That was a problem, of course. The economy had been disrupted, and thousands of new immigrants were entering. How would they live'' True, a new government had been established with a Prime Minister, a Minister of the Exterior and a Minister of the Interior. Maybe that would be a solution. Make everybody a Minister, put them in the Cabinet and there would be no unemployment. Even a Minister of Finance had come ii;to being The much lamented Eleazar Kaplan was the Minister of Finance, an excellent choice, but with what would he pay the state bills' The Israeli Mary was that every time a bill came before him. Mr. Kaplan put on his hat He would cover his head. That was the only thing he could cover. The Israelis might joke, but they were confident They knew it was said in the Gemara that God always creates the "refueh" before the "makkeh—the remedy before the disease. The Israelis at this time, in fact, manifested a fertility of solutions for their economic problems ithout precedent ia history. America came of age: from the depn ( 1JK. Arm) through two world -too. narkI ind the painful end of trx • %  of spec lal privilege and the beginning of hope I r the little • La Guardia left his mark or. ne • r-hip. Foreign News Ltflor By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Nasser Rides Again r !E MIDDLE EAST well now he on the hold of a ne* era-for or for worse Al >. U> ture is too obecure for an to judge the erection in development • %  be mo~ the days ahead and g. meaning and MgnifKirce the accelerate-' momentumj wards Arab Surely it is too t"^H deavor a thorough er of the developments of the | tytOtC SMOIAR Sefwe*. YM mi He: t of the development wi -' weeks—the overthrow of the regimes in L-aq and and the Cairo "unity" talks that followed. '>to *• nounced objective of establishing a "federation" Syria and Egypt. On the very last day that Iraqi and Syrian tions were meeting in Cairo with Col. Nasser, i ommander in-Chief of the Syrian Arm> said President Kennedy Has Little Time Left to Think unifica av.'Hi IT IS SAID that President Kennedy ul %  seriously thinking of plans to at-j tempt to bring about Arab-Israel] talks. If be really is thinking in this cfareetioe. he would ha\e to act quickly. Developments in the Middle East do aot\ leave much tune for watchful wiitnag Now is the time for the United S to test the Arab leaders on whether theyl are really allies of the West—as the! Stale Department thinks—or whether they fooling Washington. And the best test would be to ndoce the Arab leadf the tripartite federataoo to sit with Israel and talk peace terms. Th.s would pot an end to the armaments race between the Arab countries and Israel aad would | -tabthzauon and prosperity to all countries involved. Otherwise, there wiil be many serious critical momare simply ents in the Arab-Israel conflict within the next month. Especially since Israel will soon complete its water L !" ian statesmen, including five ex-Cabinet memoen had been exiled for their pro-Nasser:-: cUvlt e Ml cenied reentry into Syria when they landed at D mrpon. they were turned back. This fact is only one indication oi th* !ack i >!'t>' and a uniform policy line of th > rtgl \J .iear indication of a y "K approach and \iew between the leader> of the Ba^ and the military, the latter being quit' clearlj hr a quick tie-up with Nasser Whether or not the Baath lead*:•' military to run the "show" and deterrr.. %  • '" e action is of course a fundamental question, tn which may hold the kev to future de\clopni unportanci Hen taa m the fact that the I Iraq and in Syria marked a significant depn"" \ \: wai the first time that t "P in iry had bchud it not onlv tanks al a polltieal force. Inhareai i" %  promise of putting an end to the long lint oi c0Up or that group of officer> who at at* miment could secure the support of the i II



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Friday. May 24. 1963 LEGAL NOTICE •UtaMMt m aii U Mi NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE :LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 4716 |\i:.IOIUE SUZANNE RBIB, I'luiS n i. w REIS. i ii fi ndant. 6UIT FOR DIVORCE .i' w. REIS tanle; siroiin ..• Yalmont 2i> |„.us.. mi.-. S itzci land v V'M-:i> W. REIS, arc herebj Rifled i.'i %  BUI of Complaint for haa ban niii against you, %  requlri d to aerve a cop} Answer or Reading t• > iho %  in ,f Complaint mi in.' Plaintiff's I Stanford I.. Muchnlck, c o & Muonnlok, tin Tim Street, | •. h 41. Florida ami f 11.the Answer or Pleading in tin i f the ( i. ik of the Circuit C I • the Ird of .Inn.-. IMS. ail to ii" s... Judgment bj id |uli aril] be taken against you for • in.: demanded in the BUI ol i • %  i n..v .• shall be publish.il once L ael for tour conaecutlve urrhs WISH FLORIDIAN. I: • A Mi ORDERED at Miami, i.ml... : •< 1st day of May. A 11. K B LEATHERMAN, clerk, n. II.HI.' County, Florida B} : K. M I.Y.MAN. Deputy Clerk %  %  ..t-in-iT-.-i NOTICE UNDER ric-n-nous NAME LAW IS 111:t:i:i:v GIVEN that gned, dealiing to engage in under the Mctltloua name of i mera Center at 737, s.w. South .Miami, Florida iniii register .-.mi name with the if the Circuit Court i.f Dade Florida f IMDEL it DA Now n i loodman A Hottsman N. Holtaman in y for Samuel R. Danow Building Florida r. 1-10-17-24 Page 15-A Mymu BY HENRY LEONARD "For your birthday, dear, from all of us iust a little something where you can practice what you preach." Cpr. I*4J, Boynu PreduclUni NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, dealrlng to engage isineai under the fictitious name I'ALMETTO FARMERS' MAR1 at 1601 N.W. IWrd Street, HlaPtorlda, int. r i %  i to regime with th.' Clerk of %  Court NH AXIi ORDKRED at Miami. flda, UUa Mrd day of April. A.D. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. PV %  •'. i ••int. Dade County. Florida i By: I.. SNEKDEN. Deputy Clerk 5/i. 10. 17, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE fEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COLNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 4719 }• A -'.' M.M IIIN. flu %  %  MAND MACHIN. I SUIT FOR DIVORCE Mm MACHIN dubon Avenue N 1 rk City, N.-w York "• MAN'In. MACHIN, are 'led i hat a BUI of ComDivorce hah.-.-n Hied I 'and you are required to [' i'ol your Answer nr Plead%  Bill ,.i Complaint ..n the • tiornei. Banford I,. Much.' 71si Street, Miami Reach 1, %  and lilithe original Ai\f,. r •' %  ••ading in the office of the I,," '"'"'"it Court on <.r he| ne 3rd ,|;, v ,, f .| llm > 1943. |f y ou I. Iiidem.-iu by default will I agalnet you for the relief I I In ti„ Bill of Complaint. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBX GIVEN that the undersigned, dtairlng to engage In bUKlness under the flctlllous name %  >f PONO-8HA-NOON-8 CHINARAMA at number 16^'..l W. Dixie Hv. in tinpity of North Miami Beach, Florida int.-mis to register the aald narrfe with the Clark of the Circuit Court of liinli. County, Florida. Dated at Miami, Florida, Ibis Cth day of May, 1963. CHINARAMA. IN By Alvln oirhak. President Robert E. Wlllner, Secy. Iieas MTBR8, HEIMAN, KAPLAN & CAT8MAS 1150 S.W. 1st street Miami. Florida Kenneth M Myers Attorney 101 Applicant 5 I". 17, %  :*. SI LEGAL NOTICE 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 \r.Tiiri! ,i \sti\ AROXSOX, Plaintiff. \s. I.i IRRAINR AROXSl >N, I >i Umlaut. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LORRAINE AROXSON • %  Smith 4i IfcLellan Btreel Dorchester, Massachusetts Vmi, lAJRKAIXE AKOXSON, are hereby notified that -i Bill of Complaint for Pivot,,has been filed against you, and you are reojulred to s,-i\.a cop) of your Ahsw.-i or Pleading t" the BUI of Complaint on the PlaintiffAttorney, fi ICO BOB KA8TENBACM, ESQ., KASTENBAUM, MAMBER, QOPMAX A KP8TEIX, i m>Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach, Florida, and rile the original Answer "i I'leading in the office of the Clerk of the cii.uit Court on oi befoi .• th. Sid day of June, 19(11, if ^• %  ii fail tn do BO, judgment by de: fault will I" taken again*) you tor the relief demanded In the Bill of i 'i>mplalnt. rii notice -hall be published once %  it i %  avi .. -11> n THE JEWISH FU iRIDIAN. DONE AM' OKDERED at Miami, l' >i !<' 111 %  24th da] of April, A O. I96S. i: l: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Ciri i Court, 1 lade %  'ounl), Floi Ida (seal) 0 K M NTMAN I leputy Clerk IBOROE K \SI KNHAl'M, Esq. Ka-ti nbaum, Mamber, Qopman ,\ Epstein Attoi n. v for Plaintiff 5/S-10-17-S4 LEGAL NOTICE LEATHERMAN. Cleric, %  irt, l lade Count}', Florida By: K. \| l.YMAN. Deputy Clark 8/S-10-17-24 rrTl N ITICE UNDER ITIOUS NAME LAW f^h E is HEREBY OIVEN that %  I.tt. desiring to engage null ithe rictltloua na .,!'Vl'Al.lTV KOSHER MEAT -ntV at IS21 WashltiKton t Mian i Beach, Florida, Intend I ild name with the Clerk I, mi Court nf Had.Cn.inBl i FEDER HELEN FEDER I iu .'• 17, M, 31. • %  I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 59282-B. IN RE: Estate of Wll.IJAM SHANE 1 kecenaed, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demand* Againal Said Estate: gou are hereby notified and re : A. Ja> Ci Istol Attorne) tot Executor fi 8-10-17-X4 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Aeta of 1941 File AA-20979 NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that |i; Corporation holder of County Tax Sale Certificate No. ".H43 issued tho 1st day of June. A.I>. IML has filed sani.In my office, and has made application for a tax deed to !*• iBSUOd thereon. Said Certificate embraces the foliowlng described property In the County of Dade. Slate of Florida, towit Uota a ft Ii Block 14, Coconut C.rove Bed Part 1 nl Coral Gables, Plat I k 14 Page 2a, tn the Count) Ol Dade, State of Florida The assessment of said properly imdar tha said certificate as in the name of: Samuel Emllch, [Tnlesi said certificate shall be redeeraed according lo law. the property described herein will be -"Id i" the highest bidder l Ihe Court House dooi mi the tlrsl Momlaj In the month of June, IM3, which Ii Hie 8rd dgy oi June IMS Dated till" lOOl daj %  •' M'ril. lM. K. B. LEATHERMAN, i ', ik I.I i ii. nil '"in I. Dade i 'ounD Floi Ida (MB t) p. R M LBEPER, i>put> Clerk io 'T-:i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C5276 WILLIAM A. 8CHREINER, JR., Plaintiff, vs. DOROTHY Dt'NCAN BCHREINER, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Dorothy Duncan Bohrelner I .ii Mt V.rnon Place, Apt. 1"-.I Newark, Now Jeraey You. Dorothy Duncan Schrelner, are hereby notified that a Bill ..f Complaint for Divorce bus been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. Hilary F. Silverman. M-112 Blacayne Building, Miami 32, Florida, ami tile the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the lMh day of Jim.-. 196S. If you fail to do so, Judgment will be taken againal you tor the relief demanded in tinBill of Complaint. This notice .-hail be published once each week tor tour consecutive Weeks in Tlii: JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN. I'n.Ni: AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, tin1 lib day of May, A I i: I'LEATHERMAN, Clerk, cin mt Com i. I lade Count>. I lorida i: K M LYM W I leputy i 'Ii i U HILERY F. SIEVERM w M-112 Bisc iv lie Uulld Miami S, Floi Ida Attoi io v I"! I 'I.i int iff S 17, 24, II, %  • 7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 98 DOLLAR SAVINGS HANK OF THE env OF NEW YORK, Plaintiff, vs. ALFRED L. LASHER et nx Dofandnnta, NOTICE OF SUIT TO: ALFRED L. LASHER ".90 Hoston Nick Road North Kingston. Rhode Island You are hereby notified that the above raptloned action has been instituted against you in the Circuit Court of the ELEVENTH Judicial circuit of Florida In and tor Dade County to foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real property: Lot in. Block 1L'. set ITT LAKE MANOR SECTION six, according to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Hook 6S, Page 11 of the Public lteconis of Dad.County, Florida You ai.required to file your answer to plaintiffs complaint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs attorney MARTIN FINK. I4lh Floor Dade Federal Bldg.. Miami S2, Florida not later than May S7th, l63, or a Decree Pro Confesso will lie entered against you, DATED: April 21. 1963. E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dad.County, Florida (seal) B) : c. P. Cl 1PELAND Deputy Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorney for Plaintiff 14th Floor Bade Federal Bldg. Miami 32, Florida 4/26. 5/3 IO. 17. 24 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 59544-A IN RE: Estate of (H'SSIi: MARGIN a l< a GCB8IE FINKEL8TEIN a k a GUS81E GOLLINGER Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demand* Against Said Bat a te: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of C.l'SSIE MABC.IN a/k/a GU8SIE HNKELSTEIN a/k/a GC88IB HOLLINGBR deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges nf Dade County, and file tho sume In duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, In their offices in the County Courthouse In Dad.County. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, pr the same will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 13th day of May, A.D. 1*63. /a/ BERNARD GOLLINGER /s/ DAVID GOLLINGER As Executors HTM AN P. C.ALBCT Attorney for Executors 240 .Mil St.. Miami Beach, Fla. 5/17, 24. 31. 6/7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59500-B In RK: Estate of IIAKBY D. FINBERC. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which vou may have against the estate of HARRY D. FINHKltC. deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, nnd file the same in duplicate and a* provided In Section 733.16, t lorida Statutes, In their officeIn the County Courthouse in Dade County, Horida. within six calendar months from the time of the first E nbllcntlon hereof, or the same will e barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th da] "f May. AD. 1963. DORA II FINftBRG EDNA B. FINBERG as Co-Executrlcea First publication of tins notice on the 17th day nf May. 1963. VRONOVTTZ, SHACK .< %  SCII1-.B Attorneys tor Co Executrlcea r.117 Alnsle> Building Mi.,,,,, ss. Florida H ; NOTICE OF SUIT or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 63C 4889 EDITH BRADY, Plaintiff, \ s. CHARLES P. BRADY, Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl • CHARLES P BRADS 93 Mendola Street Buffalo 15, New York YOU I II.MO.i.S. 1 I.U...IY" are lleleiiv notified rtai a %  • Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and yon are required to serve a copy nf your Answer or Pleading to the BUI "i Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney, EDWARD Hl'BAK, 11 Rngel and Pollack, 19 Weal Ftag" %  Miami, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .a before Ihe 10th day of June. 1663. If you fall iii do -n. judgment bj default iii he taken against you tor the relli r d< manded In the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall be published once • .nil w.ek tor tour consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Horida, this Sth day of May, A.D. 1963. B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade i ,unity, Horida (seal) By: L. S. Del'lKTBO Deputy Clerk EDWARD IICSAK c/o Kneel and Pollack 19 West Flnxler. Miami. Ha. Attorney for Plaintiff .". 10-17-24-31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslriug to engage In business under the fictitious name of KRAMER REALTY at MO 69th St., Miami Beach 41, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cminty, Horida. MITCHEL KRAMER Owner B'lO, 17, 24, 31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GTVBN that the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In business under tii fictitious name nf HUNTER BPRAY SERVICE at Miami, Dade County Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dad.Cminty. Horida. ALBERT VUAN'A ENTERPRISES, INC. Bar,: Albert Vrana. President Aronovltx. Silver ft Scher Attorneys for Applicant Ainsl.-y Huildlng 5 :;-in-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name* of Ye Old.Print Shoppe; Ye Ohio Offset Shoppe: Ye Olde Mimeograph Shoppe: at 2S..3 Coral Way, Miami 45, Fla., Intend to register sold names with the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARLES M. FREEFIBLD MARIAN FREEFIBLD .V3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious turn ,,i MANUFACTURERS CLOTHING OUTLET STORES, al Dade County. Fla Intends t" register said name with the Clerk "( the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida JOSEPH s BROWN 6 I". IT. 2 1. SI ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Je*isti ncric/iarj %  olicits your legal notice*. Wo appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates MHal FR 3-4M5 lor messenger sendee LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59432 C In RE: Estate of MAURICE G0LDBOS8 I lei-eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Aguln.-t Said Batata: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you ma> have against the estate of MAURICE GOLD BOSS, deceased late of Dad.County, Horida. to tinCounty Judges of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16. Horida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Horida. within sis calendar months from the time of tinfirst publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 8tll day of Mas. A 1 1961 /s' CHARLES GOLDBOSS As Executor First piiiiiicatinii of thinotice on the 17th dav of Mav. IA63. THEODORE It. NELSON Attorney for Executor 107 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 8/17, 21. SI, 6-7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to emfage In business under the fictitious names of BAY TERRACE and DAY TERRACE ASSOCIATES at 12"." West Avenue. Miami Beach, Horida. intend to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Horida. MARVIN KLEIN BAHNETT GUTHABTZ MARTIN FINK Attorney for Applicants 14th floor. Dade Federal Bldg. Miami ;!2, Horida S/, 16, 17, 24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring 1 • Ii business under the fictitious name 0 KAPPY'S LUNCHEONETTE .\ JUICE BAR ai 1 163 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Fla Intend to reglati said iiam. with tinci. rk "i th< Circuit Com t ol Badi 1'. .inn \. Florl Iu. GLADYS GORIN RUTH \X\ PAZANSKI 1 Iwners JAY BURTON KEYS Attoi ney tor < %  nei %  r./i7.21 a %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engagi In business under the fictitious 11.1111. of WINDSOR TAVERN ut S781 S.W •th Street. Miami. Florida, intends (. register said name with th. Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Horida. MAURICE MAISONVILLE Sole Owner KESSLER A OARS Attorneys for Applicant is s.w. 1st street Miami, Florida f./l", 17. 21. SI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name 01 PALMETTO PLAZA at SHI N W. 79th Si reel, Miami. Florida Intends to register said name with the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Horida. PALMETTO CORP., a Fla. Corp. By: R. O. Lovell, President HARRY H. TBJTELMAN Attorne} for Palmetto Corp. I3is N.W. 7th Btreel Miami. Florida :. 17. 24, ii, I 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FERMAN .*• CO, at inn AlnsW) Building, Miami, Horida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Ciaintv, Hot Ida. FOBERT L. FER MANMILTON FERMAN JOAN A. OILMKK HERBERT SCHWEITZER ROSS. STAMKR. WOLF HAFT Attorneys for Ferman Co. 122 East 12nd St.. New York City :. 17. 24. 31. 6-7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi in business under the flctlti ills names of APPROVED TAN CONSULTANTS. APPROVED TAN SERVICE ai .'.74 N.K. 115th Street, North Miami. Florida Intends to reglStel said namewith the clerk of the Circuit Courl of Bade County, Florida, O. it. SCHWARTZ HENRY \. KAMI' 1J2I \\ ,-hingtnli Av< Miaou Beach, I Attorne.\ I01 APPBi iVEl 1 TAX Ci INSULT \N r'. II 17, 21. :!1



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n j ALITE by ISABEL GROVE New officers of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary installed at a dinner dance at the 4 Dupont Plaza Hotel last Saturday evening. Left to right are Mrs. Benjamin Glasser, Mrs. Benjamin Oren, Mrs. Morris Blau, Mrs. Doran Zinner. Mrs. Ted Lotterman, president, Mrs. Lawrence Adler, Mrs. Philip Goldman, Mrs. Nat Strauss, and Mrs. Norman Brown. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, who has served as president for five terms, was presented with a plague and made an honorary "Godmother" of the hospital. Dr. Benjamin Oren served as master of ceremonies. L W omen s "World JFewiislti Floridiaxi Dora Stein Sisterhood Elects Election ot officers will be held during a meeitng on Monday evening of the Dora Stein Sisterhood. Israelite Center. Program will feature a play on Jewish Family and Children's vliami. Florida, Friday. May 24, 1963 Section B Service. News to make a parent proud. Erika Weissberger, junior at Howel Academy, Hovvey-in-t heHills. Fla.. was "tapped" by National Honor Society She's the daughter of Mrs. Milton (Lucille) Weissberger of Miami Beach Membership in the society, highest honorary organization in secondary schools throughout the country, is based on scholarship, leadership, character and service Mrs. Ida Orlansky, member of one of Miami's pioneer families, celebrated her 87th birthday recently at a party given for her by granddaughter, Mrs. Harold Berkowitz Surrounded by her immediate faimly and a few very close friends, it was a real happy, happy For little Stephen Halpert. it was birthday number 3 His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Halpert hosted a party for him in their home at 3420 Royal Palm Ave. Highlight of the affair was a trophy in the shape of a huge numeral "3" designed by the young man's uncle, Buddy Halpert Plaintive note in her sister's voice sent Selma (Mrs. Lou) Fried packing for the 3,000 mile trip to Los Angeles She ]U3t couldn't resist when Dorothy (Mrs. Adolph) Stein said she lonesome for a siyht of her Selma left Sunday, and it M ill be many weeks before the Stem family will lot her return Mrs. Lewis Rogers of Bay i bor Islands leaving next week for an extensive trip thro> France, Italy, Switzerland and Israel ... Of particular inter to her will be the ORT Schools in the countries visited Mr?. Rogers is an active and interest' ed member of the Greater Miami Chapter, Women's American ORT Confined too long to the Miami Heart Institute, Lou Margulies making his wife Syd as well as his many devoted friends much happier now Uiat he is finally convalescing at home on Miami Beach ... Some anxious moments tor Edith Zipp, Charmingly Yours of The Jewish Floridian Her mother Ann (Mrs. Henry) Shier in Jackson Memorial Hospital for major surgery Shehoping thai the hospital will give the green light to visitors next week MRS. HILDA IAZARUS 3 B B. Women Select Mrs. Robert Litt Mrs. Robert Litt. founder presi -nt of Hatikva Chapter 1143 nai B'rith Women, was recently %  stalled for a secopd term. Cereny, conducted by Mrs. Alfred eich, president BB District 5. as hold at the Algiers Hotel. Other officers installed are Mrs. ose Dubin. Mrs. William Harris, Irs, Morris Weiner. vice presientt; Mrs. Al Rothstein, treasurr; Mrs. Bernard Lifton, Mrs. Irudy Caster, Mrs. William Gorrikle. secretaries; Mrs. Frances tosenfield, sentinel; Mrs. Louis iugline, guardian; Mrs Esther Katz, chapkin. Mrs. Lazarus Serves For Third Term Mrs. Hilda Lazarus will be installed for .< third term as president of B'nai B'rith Women of Miami at an installation and paidup membership luncheon to be held at the Deauville Hotel on Tuoday, noon. Past president of B'nai B'rith District S, Mrs. Gerald Soltz, will preside at the ceremony. Other officers to be installed are Mrs. Nathan Rubin. Mrs. Vladimir Bngel, Mrs. William Rosen, Mrs. Isidore Ram, vice presidents ; Mrs Ethel Lackey, treasurer; Mrs. David Weisberg, Mrs. Max Kunst, Mrs. Herman Pearl, secretaries; counselor, Mrs. Abe Aronovitz. outgoing president. A musical play in costume, di rected by Mrs. Mike Forer, will be presented. Chapter members in the cast are Mrs. Stephanie Klein, Mrs. Lilyan Brotman, Mrs. Irving Schwartz, Mrs. Herbert Heiken. Mrs. Julius Marcus, Mrs, Sylvia Liebman, Mrs. Isidore Ham, Mrs. Louis Cohen, Mrs. WUliam Rosen, Mrs. Nathan Rubin and Mrs. Max Kunst. Chairmen of the day are Mrs. William Rosen and Mrs. Mike Forer.' June Matter New President Annual parents day dinner of Congregation Beth El Sisterhooc. will be held on Sunday, 6 p.m., in the Dora August Auditorium. The evening will include entertain ment. Mrs. Howard Katzen New AEPhi Prexy Installed as new president of the Greater Miami Alumnae Assn. f Alpha Epsilon Phi for the comng year is Mrs. Howard Katzen. Other officers are Mrs. Morris iiloniiek II. vice president; Mrs. Richard Brickman, correspond•fig secretary; Mrs. Rudolph Smg' %  r. recording secretary; Mrs. Richard Helfman, treasurer; Mrs. Barry Barson and Mrs. Sidney Lewis, members at large. An installation brunch was held the home of Mrs. Morris Lev•I who also served as installing 'liter. The Alumnae Assn. underwrites '"ck scholarships at the University of Miami for eligible co-eds. MRS. HOWARD KATUN summer dark shifts to a side slant 17.98 WOMEN'S SIZES in the younghearted fashion of ihe moment. Ice-cool and marvelously slimming wonderfully easy to wear. Buttons at shoulder and side right down to the hem for easy entry. Cotton pique in black white, blue white by Harmony. Women s 12'/ 2 to 2?''2. WOME.N S DRESSES. MIAMI iTH;.;/) ll< a J JO DAI I \\'D MIAMI I M II 163 d .rm.iT FT. L. DALE U ESTP. HEACH.



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w Page 3-B me Auxiliary Annual Installation Creator Miami Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the Aged, v ill hold its annual installation luncheon meeting, on Tuesday, noon, at the Algiers Hotel. Chairman of the day will be Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, vice president. Presidents Council Federation of Jewish Women, and invocation will be given by Mrs. Irving Cypen. Judge Irving Cypen, president, JewMl Home for the Aged, will preside at the ceremony, installing Mrs. Lawrence Silverman for her thirdterm as president; Mrs. gol Silverman. honorary' president: M ray Attin, Mrs. Rose L.i Brown. Mrs. Louis Makovsky, Mrs. 1 Eenjamftl Orlow. Mrs. Helen Sparvice presidents. financial secretary and treasnr1 MrFrances Entine; secretaries, Mrs. Esther Meyer, Mrs.. .'harlotte Katz, Mrs. Anne Tanan(iim, Mrs. Benjamin HammerIP: auditor and publicity. Mrs. t'attian Feika. Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Founder 01 the Home, is an honor,. i y trustee. .Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program i iuriman. will introduce musical Comedy entertainer Dodie Darwin. I ounpanied on the piano by Margin Kay. Reservations chairman are Mrs. J'.enjamin Orlow and Mrs. Tobias Sussman, IZttSTSE: Nautilus PTANames:' n L c *" dy rrank m,s,and,ne blttS fO JackSOn Children A progressive dinner party SatAux.hary ol Cost 223, Jewish fAre Rprkman PrPC "•** "i" 1 concluded the club's War Veterans, are planning a gala I !" 3. VCUIIIIUll I IVJ. [ party for children in the pediatric A n installation luncheon for 1 ward at Jackson Memorial Hospi1 Nautilus Junior High School PTA tal on Saturday at 2 p.m. wU j be held at thc Seville ,,„,., i on Tuesday. activities for the summer. Gifts of' stuffed animals and woolen dolls will be distributed, and Saturday Troupers, a volunteer group, will entertain. Committee members for the afternoon are Mrs. Norman Burman A Officers for the 1963-64 school years are: Mrs. F. Beckman, pres ident; Mrs. Carol Miller, presi' dent-elect; Mrs. R. Goldman, Mrs., D. Leventhal. Mrs. H. Zimmerman, vice presidents; Mrs. J. j STARRING and Mrs. Pearl Silverman. chain'' Greene. Mrs. L. Gorfine. secretar men; Mrs. Tillie Konigsberg, Mrs. fi Joseph Achtman, Engel, and Mrs. president. Mrs. Pauline Irving Koris, MM. lAWRtNCt SILVERMAN tinner Dance : or Tifereth Jacob Temple Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood will include installation of Hficers during a dinner dance to tie held at the Temple on Saturday. Cocktails and hors d'oeurves at 30 l>-.m^ will precede the dinner >nd a live band will furnish music [hroughout the evening. teserv'ations are being bandied Mrs. Betty Albert and Mrs. Mildred Wascowitz. Gershwin Ladies Elect Mrs. Herman Election of officers of the George Ge'-shwin Ladies Auxiliary was held on Tuesday evening at the Masonic Temple. To serve in 1963-64 are: Mrs. Jack Herman, president: Mrs. Harry Eilen. Mrs. Saul Jarrctt. vice presidents: Mrs. Murray Streiff, Mrs. Irvin Shapiro. Mrs. Harry Herman, secretaries: Mrs. Irving Weinstein. treasurer: Mrs. Benjamin Snyder, parliamentarian. Following election, the Auxiliary' heard an address by Councilman Melvm Richard on "The Threat to Democracy." Beginning with the June meet] ing, group will meet third Monday of each month at its new quarters. Hibiscus Temple, 10th St. and Alton Rd. Mrs. Muravchick Host to Surfside DeMolw Mothers Installation of officers and board members of the Mother's Club of Surfside' DeMolay will be held on Wednesday evening at the home ot Mrs. Harry Muravchick. Mrs. Irving Fleicher will be installing officer. ies; Mrs. H. Geldman. treasurer; Mrs. S. Shapiro, supply store treasurer. Mrs. Abe Rorhenberg' is PTA ; president, and Stuart D. Wooley is principal of Nautilus' Junior Higfi School. Lanet Girls Club Inducts Officers Annual Mother's Day installation luncheon of Lanet Girls' Club of I the Miami Beach Community Center was held on Sunday. May 12, Reelected president. Mrs. Doris .Iscobson; vice presidents. Mrs. Pen Lipson and Mrs. Herman Opj al ,h e Seville Hotel penheim; Mrs. Jack Korenblit, Mrs. Joseph Goodman, secretaries and Mrs. Morris Epstein, treasurer. Mrs Sidney Ritterman, publicity chairman: telephone chairmen, Mrs. Irwin Becker. Mrs. Hope Pulley and Mrs. Kay Steingart; advisory board. Mrs. Irving Fleisher. Mrs. Harry Muravchick. Mrs. George Goldstein and Mrs. Leonard Press. Ken Kasha is DeMolay Chapter dad. Officers for 1962-63 are: Elda Mildwoff, president; Joyce Naness, vice president; Ann Jarrett, treasurer: Ann Arnold, Susie Goodman, secretaries: Rebecca Cohen. Andrea Rauzin. mit mothers Club advisor, Shelie Kagan received a gift of appreciation, and trophies were awarded to Rebecca Cohen, outstanding sophomore; Jovce Naness, outstanding junior, five VAll d laundratives Iff you like KREPLACH Hammers Host Dinner Committee Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hammer tendered a reception at their home, 2200 Country Club Prado, on Sunday evening. Invited were members of the host committee for the forthcoming Temple Zion-Israel anniversary dinner. Hammer will serve as chairman of the dinner, which will celebrate Israel's 15th anniversary. Havioli IN SAUC£ Mrs. Strauss Will Take Post Anew Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged held its installation luncheon Tuesday noon. May 14, at the Westview Country ; Club. Judge Irving Cypen. president >• 1 of the Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami, wil 1 in-tall-Mrs. Barthold JStrauss for a second term as president. Mrs.Michael Bright is chair man of the day. A letter from a housewife... R. M. Quigg Miami 37, Florida Dear Sir: %  I'm cooking extra portions of your wonderful Yellow Rice seasoned with saffron these days-, so I'll be sure to have a bit left over. Recently, I was making a meat loaf to bake and began thinking in terms of the same, old, tired meat loaf mixings. Looking in my pantry I saw a package of the Yellow Rice, which we just love. So, I cooked a packet of it and used one cup of the rice as a mix for two pounds of ground chuck. To it, I added the egg and the usual onions, a dash of Worchesteshire, and a dash of Tabasco. My family announces the meat loaf a gourmet dish and I agree. The Yettow Rice made the big difference. The loaf was so light and juicy and so very good I have orders to make one often, but with Yellow Rice. Thanking you for a good taste, I am wonderful product and such Very truly yours, Mrs. M. A. .. % Just be sure to get R. M. 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~ *Jmis*fkr*0*r Friday, Kay 24. 1963 Dr. Lehrman Honors Temple Groups At Emamj-EI Services .• • i 1 \~ ". Baga*. m Harm* Le*e? m Mr* M_~:c •>* Zi_-i? Mraaacr %  JH c — c Mr 1 %  •! % %  Mrs. Sai G< Mr' M-rry r --~ Mrs JaceO M." mmam ;-i; N*Tc.v-r.eTwi pr = s.re=t= :: 7= r= M A_rer: 7zrz-.e I jrwadem V x Mr? Pmsp Bract; Mr Pam. Mrs Peter (MItac Bamc M_mr_ mm ;rm-g Lekrmaa. %  ** ;• prmam raW :•::i. --mer iikiet MrBery.L M_-i :-: • i V-£>~Ar: Sill i my Mr; -:z WUUk Mr? --i 3es*rr. m Mr; ASH Kofi Mr? !*• Bateaes ?*-_a: Mr; M^rr V "n -r-iry baara are L-*c_ax GOex Myra* Mo-rt arc Fr~r. Beard af Erectors Bee BaX Lecard Gftcfcmaa. EBmtt V ^T* £: r• %  = -.ar. I : jaw Kreoaer. tatat Lena. Becs? Piimart Mrs Jack 7ja*et Mrs. Ctar> Bnirtliff BBBB ad Mr? M iB— Mr? Reamm Leva is acrnsor tc SEEK COMPANION M a*ett.T U*Y. im %  STTB icsaa FAJM&T. -*rr.-cc rresirje-:. rari 7X. H= •.re S:--r_ A—re C-eme: "-'— %  %  =pie bei S"-r.krrr. — d L"cr_-i-i ?-r".~_3.r-~rer r.: "-.-.5 rrv EL "•'•";_£. Brer err. ceo .resNew Principal for Flagler-Granada Senior Citizens Air Views at Center Workshop Sessions jde your illr. able through lean re u not given to chil dren. it will not b* returned 7and many other enlighttlmiirti fa y swne two hundred Motor c;-.zen* on the Moat oJ Your L,iet Yean, conducted this .-. %  •.Miami -'•": %  %  -• : as delegates from the %  i f .urth An %  Dr %  wort :• ker. Cultural fveaiaf to Heor Dr. Nathaniel ioroH A Sbavuot celebratMa ivjnsorad b| Farband-Bialik Biar* 2SO r; PoaleZaoa Cb-n.~ OaatEt*:* Brar.ch of Greater* Miarr Piooeer Women Ctab j E***n. J achesiuiad fot 2. 4i May 30. at K I Cultural Center. M2 W Ave Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. eonsu nt ith the Bureau of Jewish Li^ca tioo. will chair the ever..-, and Jacob Fishman will c community sing Participaucg in the ;. will be Max Glaberrr.i: Ben Mm enberg and Beryl Morrison Traditional Sha%nx.t meats will be served. 1 L • • %  : : %  Mflady's Blintzes For Change of Pace -, ---i r. "* : i": — ... t r %  : r= ." 1 WM -7 =-"_? "t -.* %  "ti — ---> -. -—ii-" ; i • 4 _i£ I r %  r^; %  •: > :T i. :. c i -~ :r: r. aBBctaal -'M_ar .%  %  %  are tie perBBBl araUem t\i: M • :r t^i^trttH 1 —: %  -• 5 — >.'_ %  Bream BBflBBj) *•: --"a nnerr M %  ^ --.; %  •.r~, Tr %  %  ar tea Bocee M %  ; ;;; •: %  :--.--.. ear ar* Mr; Dac^arwskr ami U : I ,: --J : -:#a:r. i-: .-• z'i.: r-.-Tr :.:•• %  • ami Merrrc Lrna v-Ji ta m met mm ami second grade-? 7 %  %  -. %  I 1 r ] Sapei mr mtcr'1 >enior Judea Sisterhood Inducts at Kings Bay Fourteenth annual Tempie Judea Batet will be held Werne*day Baj Yacht -te. to % %  ed Beten %  ^ nk Tobach ;. I n • SALES OPPORTUNITY > tntr^tk. Beat. 1—4 solMmon to ', J &f !! avca ^^ c"^ r> Will J t hirm'nk leaas &f • rWi


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r Friday. May 24. 1963 -Jewistifhridian Pag 5-3 Labor Zionists Memorial Service Labor Zionist Groups of GreatWashington Ave. er Miami will sponsor a memorial service for the late Ben-Zvi, president of Israel, on Sunday evening, at the Farband Center, 832 Participating organizations are: all Farband Branches, Poale Zion Chaim Greenberg Branch of Greater Miami, and the nine affiliated eulogy for the late president. groups of Pioneer Women Council. Harold Shapiro, president of ZOA of Miami, and former Mayor of Miami Beach, will, offer the Abe Horrowitz Joint Installation Abe Horrowitz Post 682 and Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish dance on Saturday evening zt V %  fied Hall. Accepting a second term as p< ">'. commander was Irving Steinberg, past commander of the Depament of Florida, and Mrs. Dan War Veterans of North Miami i Abramowitz was installed as pr •Beach held a joint installation andjident of the Ladies' Auixilkry. ; Good things in Jewish life At Shevuoth enjoy cheering Maxwell House Coffee... 1*1*1*1*1' INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE The "Sabbath Coffee" for everyday enjoyment. In 2,6 and 10 oz. jars. COFFEE The greatest Jewish favorite for brewed coffee enjoymentin 1 lb. and 2 lb. size cans. SF Holiday and every day... the superior coffees of Maxwell House are a virtual tradition in Jewish life. They have brought cheer and refreshment into far more Jewish homes than any other brand of coffee for many, manyyears. Because that "good-to-the-last-drop" flavor is the most pleas*£££££ ingofalltotheYiddishenTa'am!



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1 V Page 6-B ttm^Binrrirfitr Friday, May 24, 1963 Psychologist Talks At Pilot Program "Do the Varieties of Social Life Contribute to One's Fulfillment*" win be the subject of a talk to be given by Dr. Murray Heiken. Clir.ical psychologist, a! the secend session of a new adult series conducted by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center on Monday night. May 27th. Part of the general theme 'Meeting the Challenge of the Prime of Life." this session is the second of four successive Monday nights, planned as a pilot program for men an3 women in their thirties and forties. The program b open only by registration. Dr. Heiken is psychological consultant for Jewish Family and Children's Service. Pine Cove School, ar.d Masonic Children > Center He mair.tairs a private clinical practice in Miami. A similar series will be made lable for those who were unable to register for this round. Further information by ng Mr. Plot*. mi Branch Director. D*. MUMAr HtlXtH cold Kosher Kitchen Set For New York Hilton The New York Hilton at Rockefeller Center, which will open on June 26th. will have a Kosher Kitchen. Located on the fourth floor, this kitchen was designed through consultations with the foremost kosher caterers in the area and will be used exclusively for kosher parties, banquets, weddings, and other similar functions To facilitate service to ballrooms or private function rooms, it is connected to all floor* by special elevators The disheir from this %  en are to be used only for these special parties The kitch, itself has coolers, warmers freezers as well as hot and mobile truckM that food may be -•.-.• %  to ...•.-•in any part of the hotel at the right temperature. It v ill be the policy of the hotel tj rent the Kosher Kitchen and private dining facilities to Kosher caterers to insure "hat all dietary laws are fulfilled. The caterer %  ill also he required to have an approved Masngiach" on hand to check the f>d u.erf by the caterer. The New York Hiiton it Rockefeller Center is a 16-story blue skyscraper at 1335 Avenue of the Americas in the center of the City's r.c.v heart of I ; • entertainment and culture. 2.153 I • -t rooms and mites, 4 international restaurantoff the glaesedm promenade on the Rue Des Gourmet-" and the world's largmeeting and banquet facilitieare features of New York's newest luxurv hotel. Broward Family Service Expands P^yciuatry and Social Work'*' was the subject of the address giv-en by Dr Lester Keiser at the annual meeting of the Jewish Family Service of Broward Counts Chaired by Mrs. Robert Berger. the meeting included slate of nominees presented by Jes>e Mar tin. chairman of the nominating committee. Elected to office were: Milton Forman. president: Dr. Marvin Rosenblatt." MrRobert Berger. Mack K3tz. vice presidents: Abe I Salter. treasurer: and Mrs. David Speehler. -secretary. Members of the board are: Dr. Norman Atk.r.. Mrs. Stanley Beck erraan. Herman Bellcr. Dr. Howard Fucrst. Mrs. Herbert Heiden. William Horvitz. Mrs. Arthur Laufman. Mrs. Charles Levine. Jesse Martin. MrLawrence Nusbaum. Ben Salter. Mrs Myron Segal. MrSender Stolove. Mrs Ansel Wittensttin, Mrs. Peter Li-on. Jewish Family Service of Broward County announced at the meeta new service to the community and the firs; of its kind in Broward County The agency will provide the community with a private residential care program. which in effect, is a "foster home program designed to meet the specific needs of aged Katiei The homeused in the program will receive financial comp* tion The agency supervises the homes within the program end provides casework services to assist the indivdual to adjust to his new environment. SPECIAL DEADLINE Due to the Shavuoth Holidays, offices oi The Jewish Flcridian will be closed starting Tuesday evening at sundown and all day Wednesday and Thursday. Falling as it does, the holiday will force The Jewish Flartdian into an early deadline and publication. Organizations, advertisers and individuals are asked to please take note that all news copy and photographs must be in our office not later than Monday noon and all advertising copy by Monday. 5 p.m. Your cooperation will be appreciated. Beach Lodge Installs Officers Annual installation banquet of guard; ben Levine. I Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith was held recently with K Albert Pallot as principal speaker. Samuel Weiner. certified public accountant, was installed apresident. Others taking office indu e Gerald Schwartz, president-elec*: Joseph Goodmvi. Edward H. Levin. Jack August and Zev W K vice pre>ider. batzman, financial secretary: Morten, recor rotary; H. Fron M Fi treasurer; Louis Goldman. ; mding secretary re M Trushin, %  ail r; Mill n Kahn i ssistant n* N : tuardian; Abraham SWaitz, warden; and Ben Mosfcowitz, a->i-tant warden. Trustees are Jack Fir.-;. Paul Setdermau. A A Grunhut George Kronengold. William Agranove. Gershon Miller. Michael Sosi*" Irving Schenker, William BoraT -torn and Meyer Mishkin Rabbi Da\ id Lehrf il,i | Kneleth Israel, save tl tion. with George Taliani rister i'f eeri Paul Seiderman was installing uf.'icer. Irvine Schatzman w. .,honorary lif presi ; l Arrangements eommitti dinner was headed bj V I m Kahn, Schatzman and Geral 1 EVENT-FULLai WESTBROOKE k Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Alcddin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyct Rooms, be it for a v-edding or a privcte party Mrs. Larry Nusbavm, chairman of the case practices committee of JFS, said that very ofter living in a foster home can mean the difference between an individual continuing to function and contribute to community life, or having to retire into a home for the aged. Jewish Family Sen recruiting homes for and all inquiru may be add: o Louis Caoti lector of the ager.cy at trie laiiers for Information: HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director, JE 1-6061 Itn St. Collins Av. NY, Woman Heads University Group Election cf MrI tie and New York Citj tidency of the %  men Dr ..-. 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Friday. May 24. 1963 *Jewishfkridian Page 7-B rJadea Retreat to Hear Rabbi Podet; Elect New Officers Rabbi Mordecai Podet will speak on "This We Believe—The Principles of Reform Judaism," at Temple Judea's secor: I annual re treat at the Diplomat Hotel on May 25 and 26. Guest speakers will be Henry Wolff, of the natior.al board of directors. Union of American Hebrew Congregations. ;ind Harry Kaplan, executive director of Temple Sinai. Hollywood. Fla. Sessions will be devoted to analysis of Temple responsibilities, as they relate to members of the Temple, Sisterhood and Men's Club. Temple Judea elected the following officers and trustees for, the year 1963-64: President, Herbert Gelernter; %-e presidents. Joseph Krefetz. vfilliam Weissel: secretary. Dr. George Balber; treasurer, Joseph Klein. | Trustees: Charles Adler. Mervyn Ames, Julius Bearman, Melvin Harrison, Leonard Kalish. Al bert Kronowitz. Marvin Levin, Sidney Richman. Dr David Seitlin. Ralph Turner, and Sam Weissel. i '" %  i %  ;; Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl Merwitzer to Take Academy Reins Menorah Men's Club Elects Norman Shapiro Norman Shapiro waa elected | president of Temple Menorah Men's Club at a meeting WednesIday. Elected to serve with him were: I chairman of the board. Judge Theodore Nelson; vice presidents. Lester Goldberg. David Ray; treasurer, Ben Alter; secretaries. Ben Krovctz. William Carmel, '%>rbert Kaplan. | Board members are: William Alper, Ben Alter. Alex Berger. (.lack Dernis, Alex Friedman. Irvling Gaby. George Goodman, Max Ic.oss, Joe Grabois. Nate GreenIhouse. Harry Hoffman. Sam HoIhauser, Jack Korenblit, Daniel iKrassow. Marshall Kratzer. David ILeskowitz, Al Mechlowitz. David LViller. Ray Morse. Mac Nyer. Joe jKifkin. Milton Robbing Judge Al p:iperstein. Murray Sawyer, Ed|v ard Schaeffer. Alvin Schlesinger. IAI Sherman, Julian Sigel, Joseph Eobie, Leo Sonnenblick, Morris pteubCB, Hy Taplin and Dr. Sel|v yn Willtg. Upon his election Shapiro anil i uiiced extensive plans for the pi en's Club stating, "We are goB'lu to be a service>wency to the OUth of o\ir TempltX The Men's lub will become the-niu brothers |i • the youngsters who are learning faith and religion within our jVmpIe walls." Installation ceremonies, conductcl by Rabbi Mayer Alnamowitz, ill be held on Sunday. June 2, at he Fontainbleau Hotel. SUMMER PRICES RIGHT: There's no end to the delightful afterrtark activity now being provided at our super oceanfront hostelries for the smmer season. The Pompeii Room of the Eden Roc lights up again this Saturdav for a new summer dining-dancing-and-show policy. Full course dinner '"'"'. "' p !" c is "' &f •vlded, with no cover or minimum charge. Show headlines singer Bob Carroll, comedian Sonny Sands, and the dance team of Tanya and Blagi. Pupi Campo's orchestra and that of Monroe Kasse will provide continuous dance music before and after the show. Over at the neighboring Starlight Roof of the Doral Beach Hotel Mai Malkin leads his popular orchestra for continuous dancing. Dinner and dancing in the new room are provided nightly. Malkin has been a popular figure in musical circle* on the Beach for many years. The Fontainebleau has just reopened its Club Gigi'for Saturday nights. Dean Murphy, the winter host of the fashionable rendezvous is back again. Continuous dancing is provided in the once-a-week operation, and a varied menu is offered to diners. Local groups art finding the facilities of Wettbrooke Country Club to their liking for luncheon parties. The Tack Room at the Diplomat features musical groups for continuous entertainment, and also weekend guest stars. Don't know of a more delightful spot for lunch after 18 holes of golf than the Calcutta Room at the Diplomat, overlooking the golf course. STAGE AND SCREEN: Zev Bufman is expected back at his Coconut Grove Playhouse about June 1 with plans for a sumer operation there. I read in Variety, the theatrical weekly, that casting was in process for a "musical-dramatic strawhat season." and that they are "seeking all types" to perform. So, it looks like there'll be plenty of activity there come July. The Acorns Civic Theatre, of Miami Beach, has been quite active of late. Their latest production, "Maybe Tuesday/' has been held over at the Little Stage, 2100 Washington Ave., through May 29. Johnny Conrad, musical cpmedy dancing star, and Martha Coatsworth are handling the leads. Jerri Cohen has one of the featured roles in the comedy, along with Bill Mayer. The romantic urges of youth underline the theme of "Love at 20," the latest screen import to hit the area. Filmed in five European countries, the problems and triumphs of adolescent romantic yearnings are interestingly portrayed by a capable cast of newcomers. The feature is at the Mayfair. Sunset and Normandie. "Aida" and Ma dame Butterfly," the movie versions of the popular operas, form the double bill at the Parkway. RESTAURANT ROW: Good news to localites—the Famous Restaurant of Miami Beach will continue to serve its Jewish-American cuisine of renown right through the summer. The Embers catching on as one of the more popular local restaurants for catered functions. Groups from 50 to 250 are welcome. Call Miss Wellins at the Beach dining spot for more information. Still one of the top restaurants of the area, especially for thick, juicy and tender slabs of prime ribs of beef, is King Arthur's Court, at Miami Springs Villas. Maxim's, in Surfside. winning big family trade for the weekends, with its new popular price full course dinners for the summer. Its famed gourmet a la carte specialties are also available nightly. •Sweet Sixteen" parties are quite in evidence during weekends at the South Pacific Polynesian restaurant and gardens on U.S. 1, this side of Hollywood. Food's tops and catering facilities excellent. Louis Merwitzer, recently reelected president of the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami, will be installed during a 6:30 p.m. dinner Sunday at the Deauville Hotel. „. Installing officer will be Rabbi Alexander E. Gross, principal of the Academy, who will induct officers and board members. Ceremony will also fete Jacob! Cohen, honorary vice president of the Academy, who is leaving for a six-week tour of Europe and Israel in early June. Cohen endowed the Academy's third building housing the school's auditor%  ium. chapel, kitchen and dining rooa. During his first term as presi-! dent last year, Merwitzer endowed the administration building at the new site. 2400 Pine Tree Dr. Chairman of the Academy executive committee. Maurice Revitz, is serving as dinner chairman. Cantor Samuel Gomberg will provide musical entertainment, and Nathaniel Zemmel, a graduate of the Academy, wiU deliver the invocation. Larry Eden, program director of radio station WMVJ. and a graduate of the Academy, will speak on behalf of the school's alumni, marking the first time the Academy-he-*e* np*&-junior beard of directors comprised solely of former students. Beth Emeth Confirmation Services Set for Sunday Confirmation exercises will be held at Beth Emeth Congregation Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Rabbi Simon April will confirm the following students: Michael Reider. Henry James Alterman, Mark Linden. Seymour M. Foss, Marc Willis, Jonathan Sinagub, Wilma Versil, Richard Harris Lelchuk. Gary Michael Carman. Robert William Kelton. Cantor Hyman will chant the j blessing with Mrs. Samuel Grayj son at the piano. Program was arranged by Mrs. Simon April, and parents of the i confirmands will be hosts. NEWLY HEFURBlSHtO it's foe distinctive fotetinp i.'an affair to remember — banquets, weddings, receptions, bar mitzvahs and fashion shows. Accommodating 20 to 1200 people. KOSHER catering also available. Call Mr. TEICHNER. 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.":ge 3-B +Jmlst>nt*-*#*n Friday. May 24. 1963 % ranees Xel, man We the Women Judith Lynne Levine Is Betrothed to David L Zalles Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Levine of Penn Valley. Penna.. announce the engagement of their daughter. Judith Lynne. to David L. Zalles. son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Zalles. of Cynwyd. Penna., and Miami Beach. The bride is a graduate of Harriton High School. Rosemont. Penna. She received a degree from the University of Pennsylvania Hospital. Department of Surgical Pathology in histo-technology. Her fiance is an alumnus of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and a member of Pi Alpha Chi fraternity. He is now a public accountant in Philadelphia. A November weaaing is pian ned. .OMAN OF THE WEEK Winter Wedding For Lynda Shein Mr. and Mrs. Maurice B Shein. Two things that women adore—Jewelry_and furs—are an integral ^ We#t wth t ann0 unce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Lynda, to Gerald Weissman. The bride-elect is a graduate of rosr t of Rose Mrs. Alexander Kogan's background. Rose turned out oe the youngest woman ever officially listed as a jewelry buyer w ttmore. McT. where her family were long-time jewelers. Another %  st" for her was the fact that she was the first person to put unakable crystals on watche* Today, an electric machine does the .-k but ir. those days, the machine was operated by a delicate hand and a steady foot on the pedal With her native creative ability, the Maryland Institute of Art was the school that Rose ttended. As a child. Roses mother wondered how she ever stood still long enough to receive the medals for her athletic prowess, as well as later on the ones for dancing. During high school, it was decorating and illustrating Even a thought of going on the stage as a result of modeling crossed Roses mind. That was made taboo by her parents at once. v..rationing in Atlantic Oty. Rose met Alex, who was in the fur business. After a brief courtship, they were married on a Thursday evening, and Friday. Rose was modeling Russian sable and chinchilla. Every tune the Kogani came to visit Miami Beach, they stayed longer and longer, until twenty-fair years ago they came to stay. Do you rememthe Kogur..-' glamorous fur shop? Ro-e went into organization work with a bang. She has a lot of ndent charms on her bracelet, having been president of Miami ach High School PTA. Hebrew Academy PTA. Miami Beach Chap• of Hada>sah. and Beth Sholom Sisterhood. She has been active National Council Jewish Women. ML Sinai Women's Auxiliary as as Mt. Sinai Garden Club and the Humane Society, among others i*came advisor for Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority at the University Miami. As a result she was the first advisor to receive a sorority 1 membership award at a national convention. She is now a memm good standing of Phi Sigma Sigma. Rose has many hobbies. One is being a grandmother to Suzanne, .hter of the young Alexander Kogans Jr. Michael is in his last .r at the University. She points on china and also in oils. Spurred by the silver stamp box left to her by her father. Rose Tau EpsUon Phi. aquired one of the largest collection of antique match boxes. For A winter wedding is planned. ITS, it was her delight to make scrapbooks for the children's wards the hospitals of the increasingly beautiful holiday cards. Alex is a at appreciative husband. The Kogans attend all of the operas and -certs here. But you can always see them at every" baseball game :t the Marlins play in town. It's good that most of the games are at night, because Rose is about be busier than ever before. She is going to be president of Temple :.u El Sisterhood. %  MAIMMO "How's the weather in Miami?" asked Bill Brenner from Spain. -.ain>." answered wife Estelle "Is the house painted yet""' asked "No." came the answer "Then meet me in New York said Bill. -te'.e didn't inquire about the weather in Madrid, she was more Deemed about New York. Now. she's on her way to see for herself. TEBS Youth Group Elects June Malter. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Malter. was elected president of the TEBS. Temple Beth Shirah Youth Group, and will be hostess at the installation social to be held Saturday night at her home. Other officers are William Katz. vice president; Fruma Katzman. secretarv; Jackie Ba>kin. trea-urMiami Beach. High, attended Ohio er an( j .\dena skop. historian. Bsafe Thirty-seven young people have joined the Temple building project and will participate in the August dedication of the newbuilding at 120th St. and 77th Ave. Mrs Rose Baskin and Mrs Eric Goldman are Sisterhood advisors to the TEBS. aMISS JUDITH IfVINf Spilka Home Scene Open House Party A joint party honoring fir-t cousins Natalie Paula Spilka and Steven Michael Tucker will be (ted by their parenton Wi nesday evening at the dome of Mr and Mrs Martin Spilka. 9500 SW 73rd Ave.. whose Natalie, will be confirmed on Tuesday evening at Temple 1of Greater Miami The affair will follow t: firmation service Wednesday at Temple Beth Am of Stevi OJ Mr and Mrs Joe If a 7861 SW 14th Ter. The confirmands are thi children of pioneer Miami. • |fi and Mrs Nat Roth, chart. %  t : of Temple Israel Miami. HISS LINDA SHIM State University and is now a senior in the College of Education at the University of Miami. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Weissman of Miami Beach. An alumnus of Florida Southern College, hifraternity i:D COME OVER Trudy Hamerschlag now Mrs Maurice Adlcr didn't eet a chance entertain all her friends or to bid them all good-bye before she d her husband left on their honeymoon to Israel. They expect to m a house or. Mt. Carmel in Haifa. So Trudy invites her friends to her there She'll know who is visiting in Israel because she sim S had her address changed at The Jewish Floridian office and while might be a little late it will still be n< • • ^T THE GOLF COURSE Joe Laurans was seen congratulating his wife Gertrude on the hole of the Par Three. Miami Beach Golf Course. She had just approach shot from off the green. Ann Mrs Harry* Polasky ivii r finished nine holes, was going to ha\e lunch and play another Be Grand way to work off the calories! • • • CHILDREN'S DAY AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB I: was supposed to be Mother's Day at Westview but the children granchildren seemed to be the headliners. Children were spilling er everywhere. That was Martha Mrs Stanley Myers chasing her ^r-i.-icichildren. They belong to Judy and Arthur Gilbert Stanley's other Mrs Cecil Myers, won the prize for the oldest mother there. ther prizes included one to Mrs. David Glosser of the Dr. Dennis jitner family for having the most grandchildren. 14 of them The jur.gest mother was Patricia Markowitz (Mrs. Robert,. The Harry r II lip ill and Harry Rabin families were there to applaud for r Ruth Mrs James) Cohen won the prize for the most children. Enjoying the buffet supper, which was as good as usual, were Joni id Stanley Tate. They had a whole table full of their family, the KEk Tatelmans. Myrtle and Morton Greenwood. Aunt Rita (Mrs. Mora Greenwood t and Linda and Kenny. At the next table were Helen yd Seymour Somerstein with the Fred Somersteins. Every year it M to get more crowded. You see there are more children reachg "out to dinner age." • • 'OTHER'S DAY ON THE WATER "The Sea Sprite." Ronnie and Leonard Jacobson's boat, just came the shipyard sparkling with fresh white and blue paint. They •nfl the day cruising along Biscayne Bay. Ronnie's mother. Mrs. Rae berman. daughter Patty and Naomi and Neal both with five year old made up the party. The dogs weren't along, so they couldn't celebrate Taffy gets seasick so Shadow had to stay at home Hohausers Tell of Daughter Alberta's Betrothal Plans Engagement and forthcoming marriage of Alberta Hohauser and Arnold J Rosen is announced this week by the future bride's parents. Mr and Mrs. Leo Hohauser. 1811 SW 14th St. A scholarship student at the University of Pennsylvania where she is a science major, the brideelect will receive a BA degree this summer. Now a me.iical student at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, the prospective bridegroom graduated from the University of Pennsylvia where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa honorary. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Harry Rosen of Pittsburgh. Pa. 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Friday, May 24. 1963 Jenisti fhrilm Page 9-B tctrrningilu yours, £M Zi %  THE Miami Chapter of Hadass ah held their Donor dinner dance this past Sunday evening at the Seville Hotel. All ten of the HWassah groups that comprise the Miami Chapter were represented President of the chapter Mrs. Joseph Milton, wore a white silk chiffon which was covered with white iridescent Mquins. Her skirt was a sheath, and her hodice a blou-on Mrs. Henry Oilman was chair man ej the evening, and her choice was a black silk crepe sheath studded with black jets, and :i.;k drop crystals. Mrs. Lionel Raff chose a rose apple colored peau de sole *heath which > as asymetrically draped over cr.t hip. Back interest was adder! :!.i a short, folded pannier 00 one side. An embossed Bilk of red and tangerine colored flower: with green foliage on white as worn by Mrs. Sher win (A el. Her sheath skirt leatun d a full panel in both front and back. Mrs. Sidney Goldberg's turquoise silk linen sheath had an oversized flat bow at the waist which ended in the French fringe trim. Navy tulle and Chantilly lace over blush pink was Mrs. Adolph Jacob's choice for the evening. The lace was inserted in wide horizontal bands cown the gown, and ended with a deep flounced ruffle of tulle. While Jamaican lace was Mrs. pp Aaron Applebaum's selection for the dance. Her scooped necked sheath had a touch of color added in the peacock blue cumermund. Mrs. Jack Toppc-H's brocaded gold llame ensemble featured a ranch mink collar on the Chanel style jacket. An iced blue silk shantung sheath was worn by Mrs. Phillip Schiff. Her dress featured an overblouse effect with embossed detailing at the waist. A striking white straw lace •ensemble from Italy was Mrs. Morris Herman's choice. Her sheath dress had a matching full length coat. Mrs. Alfred Long's ensemble was a silk-satin print ol pink, magenta and black on white. Her sleeveless. V-necked sheath featured a pair of elongated black tassels on one side. The matching theatre coat had elbow length sleeves which were designed in a capelette fashion. Iced lemon was the color choice of Mrs. Irwin Blocker. Her sheath skirt and matching overblouse were of lace over a matching color peau de soie. The over blouse featured a scalloped line which was hand embroidered in sequins and bugle beads. Mrs. Blocker had worked all the embroidery herself, and repeated the sequins and bugle beads, and added drop crystals to her bod ice. Mrs. David Sernaker looked stunning in white Alencon lace. Her ensemble consisted of the sheath dress with a matching coat, the coat featuring a tapering hemline that began in front at the tunic length and ended in back at the skirt hemline. White imported voile with stitched horizontal pleating was worn by Mrs. Ben Conn. Her skirt featured the bell shaped silhouette, and a touch of color was added with a porcelain blue sash at her waist. Mrs. Howard E. Lessner chose a black peau de soie with a modified bell shaped skirt. Jet beading detailed her waist, and her stole of lace and peau de soie was from Italy. Mrs. Fred Stone's short formal featured a fitted bodice of lace which was sprinkled with sequins, and a full, bouffant skirt of powder blue silk organza. A black silk sheath was worn by Mrs. Marshell Feuer. Black jewel studded lace appliques detailed her highnecked and sleeveless bodice. Mrs. Alex Goldstein chose a pink-beige reembroidered Chantilly lace sheath over self-colored satin, with a modified sweetheart neckline. Mrs. Sol Weger's mint green brocaded sheath had a wide lace insert at the waistline. An abstract print on tones and shades of blue on white was the choice of Mrs. Irving H. Schwartz. Her neckline was an off-the-shoulder scoop. Honey-beige silk chiffon was worn by Mrs. Edward Cohen. Her sheath dress featured a flow ing capelette bodice over a fitted bodice of matching colored lace. Mrs. Bernard New mark chose a turquoise raw silk sheath with the popular blouson bodice. A stunning white reembroidered Chantilly lace ensemble was worn by Mrs. Samuel Neiberg. Her sheath dress was topped With a fitted waist length jacket with a stand-away collar. She had also spent some time and talent on her ensemble and had sewed thousands of pink sequins on the bodice of the jacket and across the waist line of her sheath. Samuel Wexler will present a program of humorous stories and an original witty journal entitled "The Miami Grag.ger," Sunday evening, 7:30 p.m^ at the Senior Citizens Local, 832 Washington Ave. The concert is being sponsored by Miami Beach Golden Ring Club 3. Many of Wexler's articles appear in "The Jewish Daily Forward," "The Canadian Eagle," and other Yiddish publications. Goodwill Group Installation Held Goodwill Group of Greater Miami installed officers at a luncheon held recently. Mrs. Cauie Hoffman is president. Others that were installed include Mesdames Kate Hyatt, vice president; R. Hyatt, treasurer; Lee B. Kripple. financial secretary; Laura Hirsch, recording secretary; and May Feldman, corresponding secretary. Shoshana Chapter Inducts Leaders On Thursday evening. May 23, Shoshana Chapter of B'nai B'rith 'Women was to hold its sixth annual installation of officers at the ; North Dade Country Club. Mrs. Stanley Goldberg, founder president of the chapter, and B'nai B'rith Women District 5 officer, was to install the following: Mrs. Morton Arno, president; Mrs. Herbert Katz, Mrs. Louis Flum, Mrs. Buddy Aronson, Mrs. Julian Nacron, vice presidents; Mrs. Sol Kamelhar. treasurer; Mrs. Alvin Tyler, Mrs. Henry Eherman, Mrs. Rioharri Salomon. secretaries; Mrs. Bill Kurland, sentinel; Mrs'. Louis Cutler, historian. Board members: Mrs. Sam Adler, Mrs. Joan Appel, Mrs. Roy Garrett, Mrs. Robert Tavlin, Mrs. Robert Weinstein; trustees: Mrs. Stanley Goldberg, Mrs. Murray Skup, Mrs. Newton Hofstadter, Mrs. Milton Fandler. Mrs. Joel Ribler; counselor, Mrs. Leslie Daniels. Reservations chairmen are Mrs. Herbert Katz and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs. Asthma Group Hears Allergist | Newly-formed Miami Beach Chapter of the Asthmatic ChildIren's Foundation, which fosters, | establishes, and maintains asthma 'treatment centers, and supports ; education and research in allergy ; throughout the United States, held its first regular meeting at the Di Lido Hotel. I Dr. Morton Hammond, allergist, i spoke on "Asthma in Adults." Mrs. Jerry Resnick, president of the chapter, said that plans are in progress for the establishment of the Asthmatic Children's Rehabilitation Center here under superI vision and direction of allergist* of the Greater Miami area. 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The March, sponsored by Aiding Leukemia Stricken Children is the brainchild of entertainer Danny Thomas and all funds collected in various drives around the nation go to support of St. Jude'a Hospital in Memphis, an ALSAC project. Eighteen Dade County youngsters were sent to the hospital for treatment, without any cost to their families, during the past 12 months. Strong Yet Safe-GiVes Hours of Continuous MM from Minor AOTiRITtSMfN Anncin (rives hours of eontiniioitt relief from arthritis' minor painseven such chronic pnin arising from deep in the joints. Amu in also reduces swelling and inflammation. In minnfe* pain (foes so that it's easier to move afflicted limbs again. The reason Anacin Tablets are so effective is because they contain the pain reliever most recommended by doctors plus an ertra ingredient not found in leading aspirins or buffered aspirins. Take as directed. GOOD REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE k. 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+Jen is* ncrkiian Friday. May 24. ir3 •aae 10-B +• Jewish tierIdiari Confirmations in Full Swing For Greater Miami Community ... ... .„:.:„.. ,,f Mr ;iml Mr*. William 3CttW 1 Hebrew Academy Twelve students in the ninth ade grad-iarms: class at IMnt cademy of Greater Miami, this eek received letters of commen.ition from C.ov. Farris Bryant, -id Superintendent of Education, homas D. Bailey, for high scores I statewide scholastic aptitude It*. Itnlsed far aeo %  : ]• %  •!• .-mil. % %  above are Wll law : S %  '.I !.k. l• Hi. Aaron hrledman, David Oalbul, ..win:. Dorothy OoMeteln, Ion Knli.ui. Phyllis Reinhard, %  raj Raven, Mark rafra and KenIk Wall To Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, incipal of the Academy. Gov. ryant wrote. "Our President, in ll recent message to Congress, rested the extreme importance finding a solution to the 'dropiV problem in our educational stems." m the letters to the students.; I Bryant raid, "You and your fellow students represent the most a!ue of the natural resources -cm which the future of Florida .Td our nation will be molded." tor Yehuda Heilbraun. Hostesses for the social hour were Nataline Heiden, Temple Beth Sholem: Bea. Malhager, Temple Emaru-El. Ft. Lauderdale; Bea Posnack. Temple Beth El, and Gertrude Breiner and Jennie Beller. Temple Sinai. Diplomates who have completed minimum requirements include: Temple Be.h El, Sm i> 1 Levy, Mildred Siege), I >is .1. Hodkln, and Bea Ponaek; Temple Beth Kholom, Okate Qainea, I ra Harrlaon, Satarlne ll.i|< a, Joan .Mum.-. Jacob Mamie, Rmh Mteycr I %  :"' K Stearin, .md Lillian' Hwack; Temple Enurnu-BS, Ft. Uiuderdato, Dr. Al Colin, Byl> i Tohaleii, BTnfltnavr, Lavona merncoM, l %  .;. i-i Goodman, Alvan RooX'iihelaer, ana RkroM and Adelta Kaplan. Tempi,Israel, Sylvia Loner, Belma Penalty, Sylvia Rcott, and Sylvia l>.i\i*. Tempi,slnai. Jennie and Herijnan iN'll.i. Gertrude Prelner, Joseph Cohen. Ruth PartM*. Florence Freed. Natalie Preedmau, Sadie and Harry Keaaler, fella and ',.-,.rn,Levin, HUda Lublin, Bertha Loewey, Alan Marcus, Mil!on Rosen, Leila Shapiro. Prances I and Sol Btern, Marilyn stiles. Dora iii.l Max Telenor, ami ROM and S. Joe i Pen >. Ner Tamid i Beth David Junior" Congregation of Beth David will conduct services on ( Saturday morning, with the graduates of the Junior High Department and Hebrew High participat ing. Junior Rabbi Richard Prlend will deliver i aermonette. Chanter* will h.David Abrama, Morrla Flahman, William Oom|M B, All n Hilton. B< n Lewis Bcnachter and Bernard Sork Torah reader* will hi Tod Aronovlta, Randall Coverman. Jimmle Dreanlck, n.ii Id Isaacs Bi ui •• Rah r, i: %  \i ixwell, rail Passofl and Edward Btronsln, Paul Adler, Murcla Cypen and Rebecca Hoodwln "ill i ham the Haftorah Robin Dlckman and Alia Rosenkram, araduatlug from Hebreu Hiuh. will deliver sermonetteF. On Tuesday, at 10 a.m.. closing exercises of Beth David congregation pre-school department will 1 take place in the social hall. Graduates are Michael Gardner, David Heit, Steven Kruger, Elysa Langer, Jerry Leibow, Bonnie Ram, Brian Rappaport, Aaron Rickles, Rida Shapiro and Susan i Waas. Mordecai Potiet. will officiate. Confirmands are: Barbara, daughter of Dr and Mrs. PhlUu Abel: Erie, son of Dr and Mrs. UeonJte BalW; Lowell. aoa *•••• Arid \i Solomon I'ramer: Victor, jpn oi Mr. an l Mrs, Os. HI r" • %  hei ; Hunan. daughter of Mi and Mra_8ol Halpert. Caul, so,, ,.r Mr, and "Mrs Milton Klein: Cheryl, dnurttci of Mr, and Mr~. Albert Kronowlta: Wendy, dausn.' Mr. arm -11 > %  • %  • bout %  %  % % %  • Alice, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs Robert Mann: Steven, son of Mr. ann Mrs, Irving Nemarki Dorann Poplier, daughter of I • %  and *'','-''".'"V'' • lams.Don. K I Mr and Mrs Ellis Itohlns Bette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles Rosenberg; Robt-rl COXTIXKNTAL DINING ROOM Miami's Only "Shomer Shabbos" ICO RESTAURANT 8W3 BIRB ., Miosnl 224-1744 ^CONTINENTAL^ V C ATERER S j y —-%  %  Jr .of Mr and Mrs William SdlWarti; Wayne, son of Judge and Mm. Sam Silver; Barbara, daughter of l>i and \l-. |, i %  .-r. A reception honoring the con firms nil? wfrVfoHftwr sponsoredbythe parents. Continued or Next Pay* Community Institute Community Institute of Jewish .udies held concluding exercises rsfl awarding of certificates on londay evening in Temple BethelThe Institute is a pioneer .•nrure in adult Jewish education, ponsored by the Temples of reward County and Broward oard of Rabbis. Guest speaker was Louis -.•hwartzman of the Bureau of %  wish Education of Greater Mimi. A musical salute was pre.nted under the direction of Can"What is Torah" will be the theme of confirmation exercises to be held during late evening services at Temple Ner Tamid this Friday. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will officiate and Cantor Saul H. Breeh will chant the services assisted by the Temple choir. Participating in the ceremony will be Mrs. Henrietta Fine, Sisterhood president, who will present each confirmant with a book, and Murray A. Shaw. Congregation presided, who will present the certificates. Students to be confirmed are: Steven son of Mr and Mrs. Solomon Alp.-ri; Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mr.-. Alfred Br. *ai ne, daughter "f Mr and Mrs Sheldon Heller: Davlda, daughter of Mr. and Mis. id Lack: Robi it. son of Mr. and Mrs wiillaiK Parti nack: M Ujaa, daughter of Mr and Mi Dali Regent: Linda, daughtei of Mr. and Mrs Charles Rosenkrans: Mellnda, daughter of Mr, and Mis Morris Woaherw. 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Friday, May 24, 1963 *i *rw # <#> f/rrirffrir) Central Hebrew High School and Junior High Graduates Get Diplomas Monday Page 11-E Seventy-one graduates of the Central Hebrew High of the Bureau of Jewish Education and Junior High school graduates of Jewish schools will receive diplomas on Monday. 7:30 p.m., at Beth David Congregation. Exercises wiU include a salute to the 15th anniversary of the State of Israel, a memorial to Yitzhak Ben-Zvi, second president of Israel, and a cantata on the life of Chain) Weizmann, Israel's first president. Annual Jacob and Odale Kaplan pfize will be presented by Rabbi Solomon Schiff, newly elected president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. A special tribute, by Judge Frederick N. Barad. for 25 years of service and education to the Greater Miami Jewish community will be paid to Louis Gadon, instructor at Beth David Congregation; Cantor Maurice Mamches, instructor at Beth Jacob Congregation, and David Freedman. former instructor at Temple EmanuEl and the Bureaus Central Hebrew High School. Three awards will be presented by Louis Schwartzman. executive director of the Bureau, to outstanding graduates of the Hebrew and Junior High School departments. They are the Katner family award, Israel Shapoft award, and Jewish Educators prize. The cantata. "Chaim Weizmann President," will be narrated by graduate of the Hebrew High and! • will include a choir presentation by the graduates of Beth Torah' Congregtaion. Valedictorian for' Hebrew High school class is Alida, Krovetz. ._.:.iii. Alfred R. Bchulbars, BhaMoi Sn.MhH,i.r. Robert S. Wo.-s remote or (Mom: .Man Balaam, Allen •irulivr, I..,. Kaufman. It. nlamin KIVHII.I. sh.i.i.iii Koi-nlBtbani Mi. In. i l..vin.-.„. Aliin 1'n.rk.r. Btllo Btahl, Elate \\ .insi. in l'. mplv Km inn-Kl: v,i/. Marl Krn Tlferoth Jacob: h-vlng Winer. n ii .I 1 '" 1 "' 1 I'nisimHlii.n: Kllen %  tall, Judith Brower, Ronnte Dweck RIM •Hab.r, Mark HMH.IH.I. R. bur HalbH.h, Jaaon Helfman, Alan Ktrii. r, Andrew Rosa. i'-Ui M.ivi.i ConaTemtlon: Martttn Raurmnild.. sh.li. >• n,.,h i;,,.,-, Anhui gerkowlia, 1-V..I Berkowltt, Martin Hlliker Marcla rypeii. Jrnrmle l>re. lii"i "'''I" 1 '"•ni|i.iM. Al.m Hilton, P..I......1...-!,i, | ;,.„,.,. Kater, Alan K.ii.lan. RMmd Kag Sliinl.-v Ki.ln.r l.:.i nara l..sii„. ,J:,„|, Ltehtwkllld, sii.-ll.y Upaoo, Mark Marbey, K.li.., .M. S-IIIK. furl 1'nHw.rr. Mark rVrkln Bernard Sork. Ann ltteinorg, Ira Beth Torah Guest speaker was Rabbi Allen Sheffman. Nancy Rachel Bhuon, it..^Rutchik. director of the Southeast K^te ta ia^r?%rW" SS Region of United Synagogue of Uncer. Members of the senior class of America, who stressed the role of, the woman in Jewish life and the need for her continued development in Jewish study. Serving as chairman for the brunch were Mrs. Dora Friedman and Mrs. Tillie Kaplan. Mrs. Frank Greenberg responded on behalf of the students. Receiving certificates issued : jointly by the Bureau of Jewish. Education and Beth Torah were: I Claire Shlter, Eteua DUahaan, Belj nia IIITVI Vivian Mareux, Roaalle Airwhbci'K. Sur.i Adl. i. Rosa New, man. Vivian Knelder, Dorothy Kaufnan, Dora Friedman, Sylvia Tenz.-l. ea si.in. Retty si.in. Beatrice the Religious School who graduated last Friday evening are: Allan Avmi. Theodore Borkan, If..li.ii I % -lii. George Btaman, Kaa Bimteln, Kevin Prey, David Qllckman, Alan .la.cili-.on. Ml.iiatl Mafoel, Jeffrey M../...I. Michael Mlntaer, Ltele Plotkln, Robert Refff, Joel Rlcnelaoo, Hteven lloheach, Rarry Stahechter, Woven Sohlffren, Alan Tepfer, ami Stephen I'lisii-r. LEGAL NOTICE l;i, Talnea. Fran l-..\. Reve tllaaa, Itoae Pearlman. .\lalke Premer. Lillian %  win, Bally Hlrach, Hherii ito..ki>in.i%  •r. bille Urai.i Mian. Charlotte Bacon %  thlrley' Bacon, Pel la WToIfaon. Leah Ball, faola Lehman, Tillie. Kaplan, Sara We.isnian, Leah Graenberg, Natana hrou>. rJhmvne Barter. Neiiiej,,,. i.Min. Zuckerman, KHIII..|.' ,,',•„.,'„,.' Temple Beth Am Largest class in the history of Temple Beth Am will be confirmed on Wednesiay evening with Rabbi Herbert Baumgard conducting the service. The 63 religious school students to be confirmed are: of Mi Ore ii.-. enapan, Bella Talnea, Tumar MorMerrle, daughter .>f Mr. And Mn irw in Mocker; Jamea, eon of Mr. and .Mrs. Menu Baker; Lin.la. daughter of mi Mrs. Jack Oreen; Pamela, .if Mr. and Mrs. Murray Brunch marking the closing session of the Institute of Adult Education of Beth Torah Congregation was held Tuesday morning. Certificates were awarded to students in elementary, intermediate ; ,_,,:„ and advanced Hebrew, prayer and Bible. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. spiritual leader of the congregation, conducted classes in Bible and prayer, presided at the ceremonies with Irving Seidel. Syragogue premlent, George Katzman, chairTemple Emanu-EI of Mr. and • ilaimhKornhQrg. and .Mrs. and Mrs. Following annual confirmation services of Temple Emanu-EI Religious School, conducted by Dr. Leurman on Wednesday. 10:30 a.m.. a luncheon in honor of the class will be held at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The 24 boys and girls of the confirmation class include: .Van. Binder, •lame F Jean Applebaum. Kathy Sue Marsh., Capland, Deborah berg-, Dorothy Ann (lolilII. .irosKiiinn: Kllen, rinimlit Mm. Hurt Joaaphaon; I'm leiuf Mr. and Mrs. I •;i v ill Sharon, duifrhter of Mr. Bertram Kurlan.l. Marilyn, daughter of Mr 1 %  • Light; Muri.l. daughter ..f Mi. an.I Mrs Ann.Light; Stephanie, daughter ..f Mr. and Mr.-. Joaeph Masters; Mar. ia. daughter of Mr. ami Mil Maurici Orovltx; Shelley, daughter ..I Mi and Mis. Morrlr I'ei. Ii: Susan, daughter ..i Mr. and Mrs. I'hlliu Plaka: Laura, daughter of Mr. ami Mr.-. Robert Schwartz; Larry, son ..f Mr. and .Mis. Raymond Berrln) Thomaa, aon of Mr. and Mis. .lay '.me. George, -..n of Mr. and Mrs, Ivan latter; Robert, aon ..f Mr. and Mi Herman Keldman, Man. Ron of l> and Mis. Harris ISngel; Stephen, ion .if Mr. ami Mr-. Murruj herber; Jeffrey, Bon ..f Mr. and Mis Jack FreeNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XOTICH IS llKKKIiY ERONVIllE NC. £ O^BB> Oleak) I'leie. daughter of Mr. and Mis Ben s. link. J'heri, daughter of Judge and Mn 'llMIII Sehlis-el; John, aon ..f Mr. ami Mra. Knit Schmelcer; Penny, daugh'•' Ol Mr ami Mr-. I>uni.l Hepler; j %  '. daughter ..f Mr ami Mra Wll. "n -"lianiiiiin, Eugene, Bon of Mr 'l Vra .\.ilium Sie.uel. I^III>. non ..t mid Mis Loula K Hnetmnn: • daughter l Mi and Mm SamStrorni Laurence, non ..f Mr. im.l ( aimi Ityron i r,.|,.,i Macla, daughter' "' Mr A group of Miamians, culminating two years of intensive research, are presently completing one of Dade County's modern medical facilities. Jackson Manor Nursing Home. Headed by Charles E. Gottlieb, former vice president of the Bureau of Jewish Education and Stevens Markets. Inc., the operating group v. ill spend more than $1,000,000 for the four-story, 150bed home, scheduled for July coin plciion. Jackson Manor will be unique among nursing homes in its proximity to a hospital. Located at NW 8th Ave. and 18th Ter., the home is under construction two blocks east of the Jackson Memorial Hospital complex. Gottlieb, an active member of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, cited its chapel as one of Jackson Manor's most essential a.-peets. Directly off of the home's entrance lobby, the chapel will hold regular religious services for all. (nominations and can serve be-' tvecn 35 to 40 people. The room contains paneled walls of fruitwood, and one wall of laminated wood curls with back lighting to create an inspirational effect. "I earnestly believe that a chapel is essential to any large residential facility," stated Gottlieb, a member of Beth David Congregation. "We are trying to give our residents the benefits of all phases of community living." When completed, the fully-landscaped home will contain barber, beauty and orthopedic acconimo CHARLES F. C0TTLKB operation." Additional facilities at Jackson Manor include a spacious garden in front of the building to complement interior decorations, furnishings and color selections. The home will be completely air-conditioned and heated, with each floor offering a combined dining and recreation area, and centrally-located nursing station. .\nriy. aon nf Mr. ami .Mrs. William RaXklnd; Jonathan, Bon of Mr. and Mis Max Stein; Harold, son of Mr. ami Mrs. William Sams; Nathan, aon of Mr. an.I Mrs. .Nathan HIden: sioi.lien, s"ii of Mr. nnd Mra. Macaluaot Judith, daughter dl Mr. and Mra. Louis Kirk; Buannne, daughter "f Mr. and \liSim.ni I ten %  mn. Bonnie, daughter se itiiini: Sandra, daughter of Mr. Gene Flatter; KTltzl, daughter of Mr. and M -teiii : Ba rbara, daughter Mr .1 Mra. Raymond Harrison, Karen, daughter t Mr ami Mis. Roberl Manns. I i, -mi of Mr. ami Mrs. Milton RatHMil Jeffrey, aon of Mr and Mm. Bennett Sallnian. Ted, .%  Mr. ami Mis. Morris Silver: Bruce, son ' <-..ii,n, Gerald .ir.r-i use. Manor has combined the best lea-j U^trcffir 1 ; J ^. S rd ii t".-om.|tur eS of each to attain a qwlity_ He served with the Navy in the Pacific theatre in World War II. Gottlieb, his wife, Bernice, and their three children, Jay 12, Laurie 10, and .hull 8, live at 2920 Alatka St. Ship Your Car Home $ tfO NO EXTRAS NO PASSENGERS DOOR TO DOOR MBR. CH. of COMM. DEPENDABLE CAR TRAVEL 127 Lincoln Road JE 8-2688 THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NCIDS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All Tour f wrniturc, Clothing, Linens, Dishes, Drapes, Etc. PLEASE CALL US FOX PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 Clasetf Saturdays RENT A CAR from $2.50 par day •15 i'r wk. \mileage charge AB0TT MOTORS, Inc. 1451 W. FLAGLER ST. Phone FR 3-0326



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Page 12-B :Jeisti Hcrkhar Friday. May 24. 1963 1" I J3ar %  %  %  '' .11. Hi. • "ouni %  i %  lurtho iiM In I • % %  I I) Florida, within month* from publication hereof, ... ihi tami win Dated da) ••> May, A.11 Ri 'SB KERKOWITZ I-1 l of Mav, l KIMOX, HAVS .v C.IMVUW 1:1:.; Utorn< v %  i.. K\, Hi, x Ml Unxli I. illdlni Miami II ilortda 1 i/M-ll s/7-H SUMMER? At Camp Ocala, your boy or girl (5-16) will enjoy the most fun-filled summer ever. Gain confidence learning new skills, too. Daily water-skiing, swimming, and horseback riding • no extra charge. Trained by mature counselor-experts (1 to every 3 children • triple the average). • leatinf., Tnu. Archsry, Dramatics, Teara Sparta, Mian/*, SsM, Arts I Crafts • Fulltime bcensad rlqraSMS) i 3 Bepstersd Nurses • Friday Night Sabbath Service* • Starts teas M Full | er 4 Week Session • CaR er Wnst Far MtMta ^/"OCIHA In Florida'a Cool Ocala Nan Foraat Office-: 1Bt N. Bayshor* Or., Mlatml PR I-78S8 PR o-eeoi %  JK TEMPLE EMANU-EL SUMMER CAMP Starting June 17 to August 9 OUR SIXTH CONSECUTIVE YEUnder 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 Cam. emphasi JEWISH CULTURE AND SPIRITUAL VALUES PLUS DRAMATICS • SINGING & DANCING, • SWIMMING OUTDOOR & INDOOR SPORTS round out th€ Program ALSO FREE BUS SERVICE For Information and Brochure call JE 8-2503 or write 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Flagler-Granada Jewish Center DAY CAMP 50 NORTHWEST 51st PLACE Exciting 8 Weeks June 17 to August 9 Monday to Friday, 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. Boys & Girls Ages 3 to 12 • Lowest Rates • Professional Staff • All Activities • Transporta'ion Available For Further Information Call HI 4-6547 or Camp Director Marcia Levin, Phone CA 6-7018 It Congregation Yehuda Moshe CAMP AVIR Is Launched for Its 6th Year! Gary Qanner —Camp Director REGISTER NOW EIGHT WEEKS STARTING JUNE 24 to AUGUST 16 Transportation Available Red Cross Swimming Program Arts Crafts Drama And All Athlete Games For Information call 751-7578



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Friday. May 24, 1963 ****** FKnrrtfrn Page 13-B WESTBRO CABANA AlW^eOTNTRY CLUB \8SOO ON THE TRAIL-JUST OFF THE PALMETTO 64 1-9000 Camp Osceola The \#W Camp WITH An Old Xamo FOR BOYS and GIRLS HORSE SHOE, NORTH CAROLINA Starts June 28-August 21 Management Owned and Operated by fortified Educators ERWIN B. MARSHALL Weil-Known Educator GET ACQUAINTED FEES 8 Weeks $475; 4 Weeks $250 includes Laundry, Horseback Riding and Insurance. DANCING-COTILLION RIFLE RANGE CANOEING SWIMMING POOL SKATING RINK HORSEBACK TRAILS CRAFTS OVERNIGHT HIKES ARCHERY RANGE DRAMATICS FRIDAY EVENING SABBATH SERVICES Yeshiva University Student Rabbi Will Be on Staff, Available for Both HEBREW TUTORING and BAR MITZVAH Training. TUTORING ALL GRADES 1st through JR. HIGH SCHOOL By CERTIFIED TEACHERS. "Strict Supervision" Call Highland 5-3585 PRIVATE LAKE RIDING RINGS TENNIS COURTS LARGE GYMNASIUM V>^^i^^<^vVVS^S^^V^^^^VVV^^^^*'^'VN^/VVVVN'V^^^^/VVVS^ Popkins to Reopen Blue Star Camps For 16th Season Situated in the Blue Ridge Mountains at Hendersonville, North Carolina, is a 450 acre estate, the site of Blue Star Camps. Founded and directed by Herman and ; Harry Popkin, of Atlanta. Ga.. the well known mountain camp for boys and girls is readying its opening for the 16th season. Five separate camping programs for children from 7 to 17 are encompassed by the vacation grounds which boast a 10-acre private hike, riding stables and mountain trails in addition to 65 buildings all designed for the campers" comfort and enjoyment. The coming season at Blue Star offers in addition to its regular season which begins on June 28th and runs through August 20th, a two-week introductory fortnight I om June 9th to the 23rd. (amp ers may also choose to attend an early session from June 28th through July 24th or that beginning mi July 26th and ending on August 20th. Detailed information, brochures. etc., may be obtained by writing the Popkins at their winter office. 1100 Crescent Avenue, N.E., Atlanta 9. Ga. Lear School Offers Big Camp Program Located at 1010 West Ave., the Lear School will conduct its summer day camp from June 20 through Aug. 14. It will feature a complete athletic and water sports program for boys and girls from 4 to 15. Transportation will be furnished throughout the Greater Miami area. Camp will be in session from Monday through Friday from 9:30 til 4:30. Activities will include water skiing, sailing, boating, fishing, swimming in the private pool archery, fencing, tennis, baseball and football. Arts and crafts and dramatics, are also featured. For the most part the head counselors are regular staff members of the Lear School who are assist ed bj college students acting as junior counselors. Thoughtful and Concerned Parents PLAN AHEAD BLUE STAR CAMPS Hendersonville, North Carolina wil! observe their 17th Creative Season in 1964 DEAR PARENTS: We invite you to PLAN AHEAD and request literature and information about our creative program for girls and boys from 7 to 17 years of age for future summers in the beautiful and cool Blue Ridge Mts. We have a 450-acre private estate, lake and riding trails and 85 especially designed camp buildings. Our staff of 200 are truly outstanding dedicated educators, group workers, counselors and specialists. Our positive Jewish program is both stimulating and challenging, designed for each school grade grouping. We observe the dietary laws and believe in carrying on our rich traditions. Our new 44-page brochure will give you all details. Why not write to our winter address" —1100 Crescent Ave., N.E., Atlanta 9, Ga.— and request information so you can PLAN AHEAD for a meaningful summer for your children? We'll be nappy tc confer with you—just drop us c; note; and •nay we extend every good wish to you and to your rhildren for a happy and healthful summer wherever you go and in what ever you do. Sincerely. Herman and Harry Popkin, Founders & Directors BLUE STAR CAMPS "after June 5th address all mail to HENDERSONVILLE. N.C. Pioneer Camp Senior Boys Camp Senior Girls Camp Teen-Age Village Counselor Trainees CAMP AKIVA Located on Site of Former Normandy Isle School & Day Camp NOW ACCEPTING CAMPERS FOR 1963 SEASON • CAMP FEE INCLUDES: S KY LAKE fc<tfli HIOH IN THi BLUE *IDOf MOUNTAIN* AUTt. GEORGIA FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, 6 to 17. Complete camp activities, small groups. 1000 acres of fullest equipped facilities two 40-acr* lakes, water skiing, horseback riding, Teen-Age Camps. Skilled and experienced camp diiecrors and counselois. For further information call or write: DONNA STIINMITZ, Ph. 624-0692 JACK AITMAN, MO 1 0534 P.O. BOX 159, MIAMI 45", FLORIDA CAMP SIMCHAH • TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN SUMMER CAMP HALF & FULL-DAY SESSIONS STARTING JUNE 24th THROUGH AUGUST 16th 4 fa 13 reori Transportation All Outdoor ft Indoor Activities • SWIMMING • BOWLING • BATON TWIRLING • ARTS ft CRAFTS. ETC. Phone Wl 7-1435 [ Under the direction of Martin I' tl, member of faculty at %  Norland Junior High School. [Salad Staff of teachers, counIse'ort and soecialty instructors. YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 • • • • • • FREE BUS TRANSPORTATION FREE KOSHER HOT LUNCHES FREE SWIMMING INSTRUCTION IN OUR PRIVATE SWIMMING POOL FREE MUSIC LESSONS FREE HEBREW INSTRUCTION & STUDY FREE BAR-MITZVAH LESSONS ALL INDOOR AND OUTDOOR SPORTS INCLUDED The Ultimate in JEWISH DAY CAMPS Under the Experienced Camp Leadership of RABBI STANLEY B. WEISS IRWIN MONTGOMERY, B.A. Camp Director Athletic Director FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Write: CAMP AKIVA or CALL: 1021 Biarritz Dr., Miami Beach JE 1-7919 ( Com* On In. t The Water's Fine At MIAMI MILITARY if ^jfr ACADEMY 1 %* [ SUMMER CAMP V\l I^C*-1'//A*# 1C 01 ,ISCAYNf "OULEVARD lVi£Jr{/r^ MIAMI 3t. HA. k^^npcMc JUNE 17 rOI LITERATURE CALL K 17441



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Page 14-B lewis* FkrktiarJ Friday, Mcry !U. Candidates Vie For Beach Council Council to bring the people in to Interfaith Brotherhood Chapel to Be Dedicated to Rabbi Marius Ranson Dr. Mar.us Ransom, spiritual Others rallying round the local lcad r of Temple Lrnanu-E,. ,„ n ,„ i„rrP, 1SP in the neceswrib enemies I oeilev.e Kenneth Light, showing, nam cd in his honor. D.LEEPOWEll ; C V ^^i G albu rather o. Miami Beach,; Councilman and former Mayor !" e furlhcr 8tale ,, % %  do not D. Lee Powell took time off from *£J !" 7 n l 1 |M lhpnrv that Mct ro • he current additional $400,000 in yearly "H^ nta bodies As y our Counheadquarters at 71718 tSt ^ /""^ £ > N which come to Miami Beach. m Hst t0 anv reasonAlso taking some of the pres llllo d from 1930 to in 1949. when the c.garet tax !" ma "J, hat will redlicc the tax SU re from Farr. co-owcer of Farr pr. Ranjwi serv 11 first was passed. PoweU, then *"* pia "„ residen ts of Miami i Tours, tourist agency located in 1948 prior to ms director of the Florida League J !" *?. 01 Miemi Beach for X ye "^/"'' ^n? ,nrt Mrs Ranson have been of Municipalities, was instrumentU _.. man* Hi in its passage. The bill netted .Miami Beach more than $8,000,•030 *ince its passage. Powell, a past president of the T I orida League of Municipalities. i as successfully legislated for a mber of bills favorable to Migfi S a Council ^ES^ W^S ?S Sbh'shmeT-of Seeded.. RefinEverglades a, ,nc %  „r ..^ j£ ^---^.^ ^ ery because it will destroy Miami SS. JJJ X p lan" to visit ceremony. Dr. Ranson will del ver Beach tourist trade by polut.on ol UJJJ"JJg ^Jjncsday. a series of lectures on the prob the natural resources of Dade Miami Beach on wiani-.a> ^^ ^ int crfaith understanding. And promises "a tightiml T l 'SLEET^M SS y econS. P one"Ihat wilVget BOB TURCHIN Powell, known as "dean of the wasteful spending." ( MARCIE LIBERMAN Macdfl Liherman seeking reelection to the Miami Beach Cit) Council, has again named Joseph H. Gardner his campaign manager. Mr. Gardner •uccessfuHj headed the candidates five former campaigns. Election beadquar bars have been opened at 1616 ,-ig 21 years service including ree terms as Mayor. • DAN GOLDBERG Campaigning for a seat on the %  lami Beach City Council. Dan oldberg. 37-year-old stock brok. r, states. 'Because I am a sue-sful young businessman. I beve my experience and service ill be of immeasurable value to e city." A resident of Miami Beach for e past six years, living at 117 i Shore Dr.. Goldberg ran a citrus ; .ocessing business in New York lty after earning a degree from Y.U. in 1950. Since coming here, Goldberg has t en active in Florida politics and S a member of B'nai Brith. Mini Beach Junior Chamber of •Commerce and Dade County Demratic Club. HYMAN GALBUT X resident for more than 27 art, Hyman Galbut in his camigm for Councilman, states. "I •n backed by no special movenenr or group. I run my own mpaign and need the full supThe Rabbi Marius Ranson Interfaith Brotherhood Chapel board! his bid for vvil i include Dr. and Mrs. Ran ouncil is runson as honorary directors. rung on a 7 point platform Among, his planks are: A thorough study of financial condition; Opening up RABBI MAKHIS RANSOM Washington Ave. Standing on his record of twenty years' service to the community," Mr. Liberman is advocating continued economy in city government, more parks and playground areas together with added recrea tion'facilities. %  HAL HERTZ Hal Hertz, candidate for Miami Beach Citv Council, is urging the more tourist markets, especially the European market; More annual events of national and international interest and increase in convention and promotion efforts Closet 1 municipal cooperation with merchandising sales program; Study of traffic and meterless parking methods to solve problems ol retailers, auto driving customers and eliminate nuisance traffic tickets; More recreational areas and programs for mature citizens; Encouragement for private enterprise to provide handicraft types of employment for older people seeking part time jobs to add to their income. Ttie candidate, president of a general contractors firm, is a diwood in New Jersey where he'hail The board will meet monthly to he act j V e cooperation of Mrs. plan projects for the develop Theodore Edison and other mem ; ment of better understanding be^^ of t he Thomas A. Edison tween Christians and Jews, and f am ilv. Christian and Jewish organization. have been invited to COO. Djrta* the RJtjyjf tSJSTbSStSiSi s !U !" and ,, h e -, e in the chapel. •The Rabbi Marius Ranson Chapel will stand as the crowning acknowledgement of the 40 years which Dr. Ranson has dedicated to creating good will between leeted by the War Department to be the Jewish member of a trio of Catholic, Protestant and Jew ish religious leaders to conduct courses on religion, brotherhood and Americanism at camps on the point out. From Newark. N.J.. he was Dr Hanson's good will activities sent, in a U.S. bomber, to Miami began in the Orange and MaplePalm Beach and Boca Raton and — in five weeks conducted courses ••sells two important commodities; j for 10,000 soldiers and sailors the ocean and the sun. and the! This experience convinced Dr. governors plan will wreak untold Ranson that he could conduct his removafof tolls from the Venetian rector of Chase Federal Savings Causeway and building of a spur and Loan. ^ ^ to Pelican Island from both the Venetian and Tuttle causeways. Mr. Hertz called the small island a natural location for a Disneyland of the South. • • • AARON FARR Jerry Granger, pledging iinancial hardship upon every tourist industry. Adversely affected will be the hotel, apartment, boating and restaurant interests and all other allied nndustries." Malek pointed out that the ocean • is public domain, belonging to the candidate for Miami Beach City people, and such a tax would be Council, urges closer attention to arbitrary and discriminatory to the city's financial interests. Smith south Florida and Miami Beach M M. WILLIAM SMITH William "Srnitty" Smith. good will works to very good ad vantage in Florida, and in 1948 he accepted an invitation to serve the Ft. Lauderdale Jewish congregation. With the cooperation of Rev. John H. Hanger, then pastor of the Park Temple Methodist Chnrch. now pastor in Coral Gables, and Monsignor John J. O'Looney. Dr. the city's tinanciai mieresis. omim south Fioriaa ana Miami IMMMW consignor junn J. v mv..w -•• asserts that "only a businessman since Florida central and northern j Ranson and the representatives ot i| serring on the Council, can stop counMes do not have the ocean. \ Catholicism and Protestant Chrismpaign and need the full sup-! Jerry WMgr. W S ^LJZ\ w aMg of the taxpayer's money." I hm Wei „ civio leader and) tianity launched a brotherhood ,rt of the citizens of Miami, su pportfor ^*^*"£3 The candidate, a businessman; J !" 'V t he' Royal Hunganan movement in Ft. Lauderdale. :,,aoh for that is where my interfor Miami Beach CU> Council ^ ^ ^ ^ nXy — £ —. owner^ nu ^ ^ ^^ ^.^ ^ ^^ ti begin and end says th^at AHMniMef o{ Coronet choco{a{es Shore campaign manager Years a Rabbi-Some Saints and 1 f SUPP SftSE 1 "Sri ism "nd tnat's Sw7 ne t < on A trustee of Beth Jacob CongreJoe Ma)ek asslsted by Jack sifmcrs „ ave Known ,-. Dr Rant for special interests, but ton ism, and inai I gation he is also vice pres ident! ciment son con tinues to be in demand as of the Miami Beach Zionists. He' __I helped organise the Miami Beach' Jaycees and hi also a member of the Masons and Elks. LEGAL NOT1CR NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N..TKK IS HKKKHY tllVKN Skat lh wdei lan< d, d*lrlng lu • n n i.,is,n, K under Iho tl iltln m.m^ f BTATE INVWTIOATltiN Bl %  RKAtl .it S12 > N W T'li Weil %  Mi;.nii, n.i Intend* te i aid aimwith the i'1-rk Of thl ir.nlt 'ourt nf !>'• %  County. Fli Ida Ki'iiNrnuK sri'i'.itM \i:ui:r INC OP MIAMI By Paul Kata, HrertUeiK M'ii-.. iiiiinun, Kaplan a CAtanuMi > w. l-i Street, M ami 24 11. 6/7, 1 I tax in the legislature, Miami N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Beach and all of South Florida ELEVENTH JUDCIAL CIRCUIT OF will lose many millions of dollars in tourist revenue. "Miami Beach," said Malek. a speaker. LEGAL NOTICE JOE MALEK Joe Malek, Miami Beach CityCouncil candidate, expressed strong opposition to Governor Faris Bryant's proposed tax and proposed licensing on all salt water fish-' ing. Malek stated that if the governor is successful in passing this legislature, Miami RADIO STATION WMIE Has Created A New FM Sound WEDR-FM 99.1 ON YOUR FM DIAL "THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE" Listen In Today To WEDR-FM 99.1 Meg. FM Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones ara a source of very real comfort to alL LUSIVE JEW M CEMEtlRl Worn/ Jsffa .•• %  • M0 1-7693 COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 63C 5M6 T1IK WIUI.IAMKBl'tUlH SAVIN. ;s HANK, I'lali \ • ARTHUR . Sew To You are hereb) aotlflee thai the i aptlom 'i .. %  tion hut beei tit n i -> i aaalnal yu In the I'ircuW Com i of the l-:i. venth J iidli lal i cult of Florida In and i"i tlade Counts io foreelo— %  morlami upon the folloM Inn dem-i lb< %  i eaj ;•< i ni l...i :; Block II, HCtlTT l.\Ki-: MANOR, SBCTKN TWO, arrordlni t" the Plat thereof. Plat Book SO l 'of the PubM Is ol lide '"tmt %  together with ih.followlna Itema >*{ property which are located In I., manentry Inetatled ...> part .>f tin Impn A i nient.. i n said la nd l Rlecti Huburban Oven, Model No. > %  rial No 7U'lli. 1 Kleotrle Suburban R < %  < %  %  Uodi BSt, Serial N M \i'\. 1 i iaa L'l IUJ i 'entral II. it. Modal No B .!• n n imbei I Nutone Klti hen Kxhauat Pan it ii Hood ^ red to file your a*> awer to plaintll u Ith the 'lerk of inafon .--.t •! t •,., ri. %  11 %  .1 coiij thei eof upon plalntlfrx tftoi i M M'.i'lN PINK, tin. Plooi Bld| Ml urn I 1-1. .vnter than Ju: l, or .i 11. i %  %  I 'In CollfttBtlO ill I. .1 .1.'.lit,' I j .,'1 Dull M '. K B LRATHKK M VN i 'lerk of t hf Ctri ill Court • i By: K M i.VM \.\ l>eput> Clerk M M:TIN KINK \ttnl n. y fin Pll ll 1 Hii l I 'ifli r tl. i.il Bldl Mian.i 12, Florida i M-JI, I 7-11 NOT'CE TO CRKDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA. IN PROBATE. No SO42-A In KBBTATB OF SAMCKI. NCS8BA1 M I .. .-.-a-i-il ,, To All Creditor! and All P*n ii.ar Claim-. '.. I '.in.uitt Ala net oa ''""vmr'ani each fl JTOll ar i.y „.,tiii.'. and required '"'"••-;"' iriairM and d.maada •hleh you. elthe* ..f you, ina> have %  '""; ', .~t.it.. of SA.MtTl. NtrWIUt M '.. „ %  raaea County. Jw"* 1 : %  to tin. Honorable Pounts Ju • % % %  i ....I.County, and til"• '. theh offlcea In the Co In Ka.l*. '• .iv. Plomto. • I, ndar month* from 'h. i.. % % %  • ,.-. publlcatl 'ii hi reol %  -' %  / %  .' „', demMMa t.. aontadn n.' ""' .., ih. nlal n iaa l and Ube and if Mtit.'.i ....i"" -"''• "' %  Hill be Kit re*. Dated May Mat, A I> l ••. %  • IIKI.KN S NUS8BAI M AA.Inn: i .1 v SAMtil. Nl 'HSI-.AI'M I URN KSSI'N. 1 M>) l... A.ln.ll.iM .."iv | I geybold BMt Miami IS, r ( NOTXE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COL' IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 59451 -B in Ki EH rATK OF t r.KAKNH'K Ai.l.KN ro Ml I'r'.'.iVt'.as and AH Pw in LClaim ... Donaaada Asa nai • E* t ''' %  .: .' and .-aIi -f I notified and i Ircd i" pro"' lalma and demanda in" ,,f you, iir.v have ... .-I.,',ol I'.KAKNU'K Al.i I.N i late ol Dade County, "' to the ll..ii.ii..Mi Count) %  "' Dade Couhty, and fii"",-'.' I heir offloea In the Count) „ Hade County, Florida, •!>! %  Ii ndar monthi from n publication I* or demand! to contain the h of the claimant i %  t,. and preaenti •! aa af( reaald, oi luiti ii Dated Ma) 21t, A.D -„, POINSETTA BRADSHAW Ai EXI-I utrlx "f the l-i1"' 1 ', N i ami nl of BBARNH iA'-' I i.. BRN I:SSI:N. I:-III Ait.,i in\ for l 'MI uirlx mil Beybotd BM| Miami It. EJ"-, /T ;*'. ri..



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Friday. May 24, 1863 +Jcmidhfk)rkiiaHn Page .L5-E LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the iiiidi IMKIIHI. desiring to engage •a buulnesa-ntider Hi,, ftatitinus. name ol PARADISE TENNIS OF FLORIDA a) 213 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami, I tj nd to i • % %  %  i-ii r -aid mime with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JEROME KIMBALL Hole owner 9 -l. SI, 8 7. ll LEGAL NOTICE Completing paper details ior the merger of Beyer Funeral Home with Riverside Memorial Chapels are Leonard Zilbert and Abe Eisenberg (seated), vice presidents of Riverside, and Emanuel Mandel and Harry W. Beyer who will continue in the operation of Beyer Funeral Home, now known as Riverside Memorial Chapel, North Miami Beach. Riverside Memorial Chape! Announce Merger No. Miami Beyer Funeral Home Leonard Zilbert. vice president of Riverside Memorial Chapels, announced the merger of the Beyer Funeral Home in North Miami Beach with the Riverside organi zation. Located at 16660 N.E. 19th Ave., the Beyer Funeral Home will continue to operate under the management of Emanuel Mandel and Harry W. Beyer, both of whom have been with the company since its inception. Zirbert said that the chapel will be enlarged, new equipment added and extensive alterations made, all with a view to give the North Miami Beach. North Miami and Hollywood communities the finest of service. Mandel, who resides at 929 N.E. 163rd Street with his wife Miriam and daughters Eilene and Sheri Jo. is a 41-year-old native of New York City where he attended Textile High School. He served with the U.S. Army Military Police in Ihe European Theater during World War II and has been a Florida resident since 1946. He is a charter member of the New York Club of Florida and is member of the Golden Friendship Club of North Miami Beach. a national Deputy Chaplain of Jewiah War Veterans and a past chancellor of the North Miami Beach Lodge No. 195, Knights of Pythias. NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the nii'i'i -IUH..I. desiring to engage in bUBlm -under the fictitious name ol MALEBRt I REALTY CO., at S4J0 W< -i 8th i't, Hlaleah, Pla., Intend to reglnte*r xald name with the Clerk %  •: the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ANDREW MAI.ATFST A, Jr., BENJ \.\IN MALATEHTA. TAIL MALATE8TA, minis ANGELO A. A i.l Attorney for owners 5 24, SI, 8/7, 14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY 0IVEN that Hi. undersigned desiring to engage in ouelneBH under the fictitious name of COPY SERVICE OP .MIAMI BEACH at 4S0 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach intends to register said name with the Clerk • %  { the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. UtWIN BLOCK S/1H-S1, 5/7-14 O b i t u r i 9 s A^RONSON, Mi—, pica, TO, of B7S" ~w -i' >i T.T i v.iv l" Gordi > %  JOSEPMSON. il> Mjanim. 68, of Harding Ave., died Ma) 19. RiverLEVINE, Bessie, 7".. of 71*0 Ru *"•! di< .1 M n in Rivi %  uide WOLF. Mrs. R< 89, of 5253 Collins w. died Ma; IS Riverside, POBBiNS. Samuel .1 65, of 7807 Baj died Ma> I*. Riven i-CHE.NMAN. Mis. Itlllli. II. of Hiawatha \\.-. died Haj 18, Gordon LLVIE Irving E.. 75, of J780 Colllm \v.-., died May lfi. Riverside DIAMOND, Nathan, 84. of ni" Ocean l>r., .| .-,| Ma) I" Rive >l l< KNAUER. Max, 77. ol M01 ColUOS Vv* died Ma3 17. Riverside GREEN. Mrs Ray 81, of -iMeridian Vvi died Mas i • Goi don. G^ENBAUM. i u. ill.-. 69, "i -'l >< i lamlnaro Dr., dli .1 May 15. I WtiooMAN, David, 61, Of IIH ~W >ih St.. died May 15. Riverside. CORDON. MIS Bather, 7", of 80! Ml\v. died Ma) :' %  :. Riverside. LIPSCHUTZ. Boris, M, of 1*44 BVt : %  M li si .11. 14. Oordon. Mandel, a former cemetery councilor at Lakeside Memorial I Park, is cantor of Dade Heights Congregation, 140 N.W. 183rd St., and was recently given a testimonial there after seven years of service. He is chaplain of the Footlighters Club, member of the North Dade Lodge B'nai B'rith, a past commander of the Abe Horrowttz Post No. 682. Jewish War Veterans, U.S.A., and is a senior Vice Commander Dept. of Florida, JWV. and is also convention corporation chairman of the department. Harry W. Beyer is a native of Camrien. N.J., and is a graduate of Eckles College in Philadelphia. A local resident since 1949, he resides with his wife Geraldine and daughter Carol Ann at 19720 N.W. 12th Ave. He is a past commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, a past Senior Vice Commander of the Military Order of the Cooties and 1 is a member of the Board of Control. North Dade Exchange Club; the North Miami Beach Lodge No. 195 of Knights of Pythias and the North Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. Beyer is a member of Beth Torah Congregation, North Miami Beach, a member of Abe Horro witZ Post No. 682 of the Jewish War Veterans, a member of the Maccabee Lodge No. 182; a member of Me-Ami Lodge, B'nai B'rith. He is also a councilor of Boy Scouts of America and a charter member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles. He was associated with Riverside Memorial Chapels in 1956 and was a U.S. Army sergeant in Europe during World War II. Heading the general executive staff are vice presidents Leonard Zilbert and Abe Eisenberg; the latter instrumental in opening Riverside's first local chapel in 1939. at 1236 Washington Ave. It was replaced in 1961 by the beautiful new structure at 1920 Alton Road. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 3C 5354 I PHYLLIS NEWMAN, Plaintiff. Vs. KEITH %  :. NEWMAN, l lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE I TO: KKITII I-;. NEWMAN P. ii. Box 1*6 stanu.n, California Sou are hereby notified thai a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against yon. and you are required I" serve a com of your Answer or Pleading to the mil of Complaint an tinplaintiff's Attorney, George A. O'Brien, 2SS Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables, Fla., ami file the original Answer or Mending in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the -'Mil day of June, 1968. If yon fail n> do-ao. Judgment by default will be taken against you for tinrelief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be pubUsnetl once each w.-ek for four consecutive wi i Its in THE JBWISE I'I.OKIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at -Miami. Florida, this !0th day of May, A.D. i :•;!. E. iv LEATHBRMAN, Cleric, Circuit Couvt, i i.i.i. County, Florida is,al) By: K M I.V.MAX, Deputy Clerk GEORGE A. O'BRIEN 123 Aragon Avt nne ('..nil itables, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff :, 24-81. f 7-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 55227-B IN RE: Estate of NETTIE KL'NKLE, Deceasi d. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my Final Ri port and Petition for Distribution and Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of NETin-: KUNKLE, deceased: .mil that on | the nth day of June, 1963, will appl) to the "Honorable County Judges of l i.oI,County, Florida, for approval of said Final Report and for distribution and final discharge as Administrator I of the estate of the abous-named deci di nt Tins ;.-.ii, day of May. 1963. cilAKI.F.s l". Kl'NKLE SANT" |R1> M. s\\ EDLIN Attorney J::i Security Trust Bldg. I Miami. Florida 5 21-31, .; T-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to i nrfuue In business under the fictitious name of GREATER DADE COUNTY CHFMMT BUREAU at R340 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami :'.•-, Florida Intends to resistor said name with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit i'..int of I lade County, Florida. MIAMI n IMMERCIAL AGENCY, INC., sole owner :. 21-31. •;. 7-11 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 2148 NW 10 Ave. FR 3-7180 Have your roof rejlr*lW{yOIJ will iave on a new roof later ••Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men 1 MIAMI SEAL, CERTIFICATE & STAMP CO. CORPORATION SUPPLIES RUBBER STAMPS LEGAL FORMS and LABELS 936 S.W. 8th STREET Miami, Florida FR 3-6327 [IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S cbuRT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59266A in RE: Estate of HERBERT J. WA1IL I I.M'I -.I-.', I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Sai.i Estate: Von at-.hereby notified and requlred to pies, in any claim* and demanda which you ma) have against the estate of HERBERT J. WAlll. deoeased late ,.i i I.I.I. %  County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file iii. same in duplicate and as provided in Hoot Ion 733.16, Florida Statutes, In their offices in thi Count) Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar itha (torn the time of the first publication heeaof, or the same will oe barred. Hated at Miami. Florida, this 16th da) of May, A.M. 1963. .HillN A. WAlll, Administrator CHEREN \Ni> GOLDFIN ML.I ney for Administrator 607 ohmpla HuildiiiH .Miami. Pla .-, 24-31. t 7 11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the Undersigned, desiring to mci-, iNebuslnese UIK1.IV. the fiqtitlouf of HARPER-JAY CO., I luc.l al mi Savons Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. M. SCHIFF CEOROE, AMES & R1TTER 1130 s.w. I ii-t si,, el Miami 36, Florida By: MERVYN I.. AMES Attorneya for Applicant 6/17. J4. 31, % %  ; LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to e/.. n h ndet he 'I Itiou pam of t'ICERARO JEWELRY S'l'i >K. 237 N.E. 1st Avenue, Miami, Ho ini.ii ; io register said nami Ith tii Clerk of Hi. i C iurt of i .HAN' I. CICERARI ESTEBAN LLVAREZ s,.i, I GILBERT & YOUNG Attorne) for Apple .mis 4T l.in.-. .In Road 5/10, 17. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 59503-B IN RE: Ksi.it HELEN 1!. HIGGINBOTHAM I >. .-eased. NOT.CE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are herebj notified and required to prexenl any claims and demands which you may have against the .state of HELEN K. HIGGINBOTHAM deceased late of Dada County, Florida, to the County Judgea of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and us provided In Section 7:t:t.lii. Florida Statutes, In their offices in tinCounty Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same w ill lie barred. Hated at Miami. Florida, this {2nd day of May. A.D, I 1 "::; DOUGLAS HOFFMAN As ESxecutor HARRT ZUKERNICK Attorney for Executor 4:'" Lincoln lid.. Miami Beach FTa. 5 24-81, .. 7-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O -" FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 4907 JOSEPHINE A Kite, yi i ALICE A. Plaintiff, \ s. GILBERT ALICEA, l lefendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: GILBERT ALICE \ c o Candlta Allci a 'J'2','1 Amsterdam Avenue New York City, New York You are hereby notified that Complaint for Divorce has been I .i^;iin-t you, and you ale hereby re quired t> serve a ropy of your ajiswt I to the Complaint on the Plaintiff attorney, LKSTEK liixSERS, whoaddress is fi21 N.W. 14th Street Miami, Florida, and file the origin:, of your Answer in the office of th clerk of the Eleventh Judicial Circui. in and for Dade County, Florida, 0 or before 13th day of June. Ii3. I default of which the Complaint wi be taken as confessed by you. Dated this Ith day of May. 1961. E. B, LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By C. L. ALEX 'NDER 5 10, 17, 24 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 45042A IN RE: Estate of M M. COHEN I it-ceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that we have tiled our Final Report and ivtltion tor Distribution and Final Dlscharge as Co-Executors of the • iti of M. M. COHEN, deceased, and that on the loth day of June. IMS, will apply to tinHonorable County Judges ..f Dade County, Florida, for approval of said Final Kepoi t and for distribution and filial discbarge as CoExecutors qf the estate of the abovenamed •looedont. This |i)ih day of May. 183. ..ilAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL HANK liy Dennis P, < lum KBYMOl'It .1 SIMON SEYMOUR .1. SIMON, Attorney Mi Alnsle) ii.iil.lini; Miami :'.:'. Floiida .". in. IT. 4, :ti IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 3932 THE WIl.l.lA.MSl'.l RGH s.w IN I IS BANK Plaintiff, RICHARD D. Mi IRGAN et u\. el al Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: KlCHAItH D. MORGAN and ANN S. MORGAN his wife. RESIDENCE UNKNOWN If alive ami if dead, the unknown heirs, ii, \ is.. s. grantees, assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees or other claimants olalraIHK by, through, under or against the above named defendants. You are hereby notified that the above captioned action has been Instituted against you in the I Ircull Court of the Eleventh judicial circuit of Florida in and for Dade County to forecio-e ,i mortgage upon (be followiiiK described real property: l...t 16, in block 68, of FIRST ADDITION TO CAROL CITY, aecordutg to the Plat thereof, recorded In Pint Cook 60 at Pane 19 of the Public Records of Dade county. F"loi Ida. You are required to file your answer tO plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a cop) thereof upon plaintiff's attorney, MARTIN FINE, llrh Floor Dade Federal Bldg., .Miami :',L'. Florida, not later than June 12th, 1963, or a Decree Pro Confeaso will be entered ngalnat you, DATED: Muy 2, 1963. I-:. B. LEATHBRMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court B) C. P. C< iPELAND Deputy clerk MARTIN PINE Attorney for Plaintiff nth Floor Dade Federal Bldg. Miami 12, Florida .". 10, 17. 21, 31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the mid. reigned, di si: ing to em m business under Ihe fictitious name I I'l.ASll PUBLICATIONS ii MOT \ \\ T • %  111 St., Miami 17. Florida intend* to registi r xald name ''• h the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadi County, Plot Ida. JERROLD i HOCHFEL8EN (sole o n, i i IT 24-31, 7 I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COjURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 4820 ELAINE Jt INES, Plaintiff, es. GRIFF I.. JONES, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE You are hereby notified that B BUI of Complaint for Divorce has bean filed Against you, and \..ii are iequired to aarvi .i copy of your Answer or Pleading i" the 1"" ol Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, WALTER H LEBOWITZ, i:s..i. 7M First Btreet, Miami Beaoh, Florida and file the original Answer "i Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day of June, IMS. it you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for ill. relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 3rd da) ol May, A.D. 1961. E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) By: K M. I.YMAN. Deputy Clark WALTER B. LEBOW1TZ, ESQ. ;M i' %  st Miami Beach, t orlda Attorney for Plaintiff t, 17, 24, II IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUH" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 589070-B in RE: Estate of JtiSKi'H v. DAVIDSON Dec. a— .I. NOTICE OF PPOEATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: 'I'.i \l.l. I'KI'.SoNS INTERESTED IN THE BST \TK OF SAID DECEDENT You are bevab) notified that a Writ t.-n Instrument purporting to l>e th • last will and testament Of said deCl dent has been admitted to ptobat. in said Court. You are hereby commanded within all calendar month from the date of the first pubucatioi of this notice to appear In said Cour and showcause, if any you can, whj the action of said Court in admitttin. said will to probate should nut itan on revoked. HON. FKANK B. HOWLING County Judge By MKI.HA C. DICK ROBERT SCOTT KAUFMAN Attorney I4ns Ainsl.y laiildinMiaml 32, Florida First publication of this noli.i the K'tli day of May, 1968. .I/IO. 17, :'4, 3, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O c FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 4832 in iBERT FAUST, Plaintiff, SYLVIA FAUST. Defendant. NOT CE OF SUIT TO: SYLVIA FAUST Residence Unknow n YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tha a Complaint for Divorce has been fll .d against you in the circuit Cout in and for Dade County. Florida, an you anrequired t> serve a copy < your Answer or Pleading to the Complaint ..II the Plaintiff's Attorm SIMON, HAYS ,v ORUNNDWER41 :;.'l Alnsley Building, Miami 32. Flor ida. on or before the Itth day o June, IM*. if you fall to do so. Decree Pro Confesso will lie file against you for the relief demandc in the Complaint, Dated al Miami, Dad.County. Flot • ..la. this 3rd day of May. 1963. i: B. LEATHERMAN Clark Circuit Court. Dade Count (Circuit i '..in i s,al i By: M. CAVAI.AIMS SIMON, HAYS A GRUNDWERG Attot ne) %  for Plaintiff S01 Ainsl.y Building Miami ::.'. Florida -. m. IT, %  :*.: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 4781 THE WILUIAMSBURGH SAVINGS BANK Plaintiff, F.I.I.A MAF. WEILAND, a single woman l lefendant. NOTICE OF SUIT in: ELLA MAE WEILAND, a single Woman P.O. Box :w Hondo. Alabama You are hereby notified that th hovi captioned action has been In atituted agalnai you In the Circui Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Of Florida in and for Dade County to foreclose a mortKnKe upon th. following described real property: Lot |i, Clock -1. CUTLLER RIDGE SECTION THREE, according to the Plal thereof, recorded in Plat Dock ,7, al Page B8, of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida together with Tub and Shower Enclosure, Welbllt B in Ova|i XRang-e "O60 526 Range Hood vv/ Fan, Hot Wati i Heater, v.mi Blinds You are required to file your ar. %  W< to i.l.iiniii'f's cio olaint with th ci.-rk of the aforesaid Court, and s n ,i ,.\ thereof upon plaintiff's at tomey. MARTIN FINK. I4ih Floi 11.,.i. i ,i. ; Bldg Mi.nni :t:\ Flor Ida, not later than June 12th. Or a Decree I l-o Colltcsso will 1>. Ml' tered ngalnat you, D l. I: Ma> -', IMS. IS. It. LEATHERMAN Cl.rk of the "Ircull Court B) c p ("OPELAND ii Clerk MARTIN FINE i • for Plaintiff nth l looi Dade Ped< ral BkUf. Miami 22, Florida o. 1", 17,



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FktSH KOSHER MADE Ground Beef 98c 2 lbs. Ground Chuck 69c ib Ground Steak 98c lb Closed Wednesday AND Thursday FOR BBHBB Shavuoth Holidays Open Monday, May 27th Until 9 p.m., and Tuesday, May 28, Until 5 p.m. PRICES EFFECTIVE TILMAY31 FRESH KOSHER MADE PAN READY ZION CUT-UP CHICKEN Breast w !" BS 59c ib. Leg or Thighs 59c ib. Necks or Backs 19c b TIME SAVINGWORK SAVINGMONEY SAVING IION KOSHER POULTRY THE MARK OF QUALITY! SOLD EXCLUSIVELY *|A\\>.^ AT FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS Stnictty [Q] ladder MEAT AND POULTRY UNDER THE STRICT & CONSTANT SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN. WE SELL U.S. GOV T. INSPECTED CHOICE & PRIME MEATS ONLY! GOOD THINGS TO EAT COST LESS AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS and YOU GET MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS WITH EVERY PURCHASE FRESH KILLED ZION KOSHER POULTRY QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED FREEZER SP ECIALS CUT AND WRAPPED FOR THE FREEZER AT NO EXTRA CHARGE BROILERS 33< | b ROASTERS 39c ib 0M LBS. AND OVER) J& of Beef 69c ib 30-35 LB. AVG. Beef Forequarters 49c b 150175 LB. AVG. Breast of Beef 89c b FRESH KOSHER MADE PAN READY ZION KOSHER POULTRY BROILERS 49c ib ROASTERS 49c ib PULLETS 49< b 1012 LB. AVG


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 24, 1963

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

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

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University of Florida
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 24, 1963

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01790

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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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~Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
'..me 36 Number 21
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 24, 1963
Two Sections Price 20<"
-., .a
Shazar Elected
ERUSALEM Zalman Shazar was elected President of
Israt-' on Tuesday. Parliament chose the Russian-born vet-
eran Labor Zionist, nominated for the poet by Mapai. domi-
no- political party, lo succeed the late President Itzhak Ben-
Zv: The new President was a close personal friend of Ben-
Zvi s_-ice he was 16 years of age. and came to Palestine in
1924. Scholar and writer Shaxar was Israel's Minister of
Edu:=tion in 1949 and 1950. and served on Israel's United
NatSom delegation. He was sworn into office May 22.
Federation Annual Meeting Sunday
To Celebrate 25 Years of Service
Greater Miami Jewish Federa
tion will hold its annual meeting
Sunday evening at the Seville
Hotel commemorating the 25th an- \
niversary of the organization.
The silver anniversary dinner
meeting will take expanded form
as Federation's eight local parti-
cipating agencies are coordinating
their own annual meetings with,
the meeting Sunday evening.
The local agencies are: the
Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund, Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, Great-
er Miami Jewish Community
Center, Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service, Jewish Home for
the Aged, Jewish Vocational Ser-
vice, Mount Sinai Hospital, and
National Council of Jewish
Women.
The event is being chaired by
Leon Kaplan, Federation vice
president who emphasized that "in
honor of the special occasion we
have undertaken to make this an-
nual meeting an evening of en-
joyment and memorable events.
Knesset Questions
Visit by Franz Strauss
' "indlin (left), executive editor of The Jewish Floridian,
.:>.te. .ews in Jerusalem Zalman Shazar, elected this week as
ls:c.t third President. Mindlin is currently visiting Israel
to survey the development of the 15 year old State.
Mindlin in Israel
AVIVI have vowel that
- >n ay I must write or lecture
lb* "he many excellent organi
- whose programs I am now'
seeL* in Israelfrom United
lew.-.-. Appeal affiliate bodies
sucb l Malben through Onim. a
children's home supported by
ut. But important as they
ire, (hen is more to Israel than
\mcrinn philanthropy in opera-
tion; and I have been doing
everything I possibly can frank-
ireely to get off the path
Four Rockwell
Admirers Held
IIUNTINGTON, L.I. (JTA)
Knur. mtington youths said by
police to be admirers of George
Rockwell and his American Nazi
Part) wen arrested this week on
charges of attacking a school
building and a private home with
.iu> gun fire.
Tin ur were taken into cits-
lody iheir homes and held for
ienl after they were re-
I Police said they found
and i :iscated a variety of Nazi
enibli -. stickers, and a complete
kazi iforn in the room of one
' in. ; ..uths, John E. Collins, Jr..
17 Thej were charged with own-
ing ai firing a machinegun and
With | -ession of Nazi-oriented"
publications. The first charge is
federa] offense and the FBI was
notified.
PoUci said that the youths fired
bur>: into a window of the Hunt-
lugtoi High School, which two of
Continued en Page 3 A
of least resistance so many U.S.
tourists take as a means of see-
ing the country here.
Today, I walked my feet to
blistered bottom in the streets of
Tel Aviv. A little boy in a door-
wayhe could not have been old-
er than fivesat reading Ma'-
ariv; and half-humorously I mar-
veled at his accomplishment in
the language. A filthy mop of
a dog at his side cuddled closer
to lick his face, and the boy
shouted at him in Hebrew. Again
I marvelled half-humorously,
when the creature, obviously un-
derstanding his master, slinked
downward to prove the existence
of a specialized breed of Jewish
dogs.
All over the city, I have been
trying out my classroom He-
brew, first tentatively, then
with ever-incraasing degrees of
brazen courage; after all, if
you falter, there is always Yid-
dish, which is closer to Hoch-
deutsch here than anywhere
else I have ever heard it. Be-
sides, if the little boy could do
it, why couldn't I, let alone his
mop of a dog?
On a back street. Nachlat Ben
janiin. once a main drag that has
since given way to the more
fashionable Ben Yehudah and
beat night-Ufa" Dizengoft. I
stopped before a store window
to examine a profusion of name-
plates made to order inside for
bells doors, and postboxes
Among them, in Hebrew and
English. I saw the inscription:
Sholein Asch." Americans. Is-
raelis believe, are queer At
high afternoon. sane men
Continued on Page 11 A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Three
motions calling for lull-scale debate
o! the Government's invitation to
former \V. >t German Defense
Minister Franz Josef Strauss to
visit Israel were defeated in the
Knesset, Israel's 'Parliament, here
or. Monday.
The motions were beaten by
votes of 47-30. with nine absten-
tions, after Finance Minister Levi
Eshkol, as spokesman for the Gov-,
ernment. requested their rejec-.
tion.
He asserted that the only cri- I
terion to be applied is whether ,
the visitscheduled to start next
Sunday"will help Israel in its
need to obtain support for its
security."
The motions, placed by the
Knesset presidium on the imme-
; diate agenda because of their ur-
gency, had been introduced by
! Menahem Beigin for the Herut
Party, by Israel Barzilai for Ma-
pam. and by Schmel Mikunis, of
the Communist party. These three
parties voted for a full-scale de-
[ bate, while the Ahdut Avodah.
which is a member of the Govern-
ment coalition, and the Liberal
party abstained.
Each of the opponents of the
proposed Strauss visit insisted that
the invitation extended to him vio-
lated a decision taken by the
Knesset last March, when it voted
i unanimously that the German
Government is responsible for the
work being done in Cairo now by
German scientists engaged in the
, development of nonconventional
weapons intended for use against
Israel.
New York Board Rabbis
Condemn Judaism Council
NEW YORK (JTAl -The'.
American Council for Judaism is;
neither American nor Jewish in
spirit or in concept," the New
York Board of Rabbis asserted
here on the basis of a "factual
study" conducted on the program
and activities of the Council. The
Board of Rabbis, largest Rabbinic,
body in the world, with a mem-
bership of over 800 Orthodox. Con- j
sexvative and Reform Rabbis, re-j
affirmed the position of the three
major national rabbinical bodies.
We have worked closely with Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers, general chair-
man of the year long anniversary
observance to make this first of
the series of events truly out-
standing."
Assisting as co-chairrnen with
Kaplan are: Mrs. Charles P. Fein-
berg, chairman arrangements;
Mrs. Sidney If. Schwartz, attend-
ance chairman; Mrs. Aaron Farr.
I'.ostesses; Dr. Joseph R. Narot.
program; Fred K. Shochet. pub-
licity; and A. Budd Cutler, pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Jew
ish Community Center, and Mrs.
Burton B. Goldstein, president of
Jewish FamUy and Children's Ser-
vice, chairman of Agency Meet-
ing Arrangements.
Keyncting the evening wi'l be
Lewis H. Weinstein, of Boston,
national chairman of the Com-
munity Relations Advisory Coun-
cil and oast president of the Com-
bined Jewish Philanthropies of
Greater Boston.
"The Change that the Future
Holds for Our Jewish Community,
Our Federation, and for Federa-
tions All Over the Country," is the
topic chosen by Weinstein who was
just this week appointed by Pres-
ident Kennedy to membership on
the President's Committee on
Equal Opportunity in Housing. He
wiU be introduced by Stanley C.
Myers.
"Federation Coloring Book." an
Continued on Page 9 A
24 Nazis to Stand Trial
For Auschwitz Murders
FRANKFURT (JTA) Prepara
tions for one of the largest and
1 most important mass trials of al-
i leged war criminals ever held in
IWest Germany the proceedings!
i against 24 persons charged with ;
' killing hundreds of thousands of!
I Jews at Auschwitz are being
I completed here now, but the ar-1
rangements are so complex that
the trial may not open until next
January, Dr. Joachim Greiff. pres-
ident of the Frankfurt District
Court, said.
-*-
Ex-Nazi Accepts Responsibility
COBLENZ (JTA) Georg
Heuser, 50-year-old principal de-
fendant in the trial of 12 former
Nazis in the wartime mass mur-
ders of Jews and Russians in
Nazi-occupied Minsk, accepted
full responsibility for his guilt
this weekend in his final statement
to the jury court here trying the
case. A verdict is expected May
21.
"I shall have to be made re-
sponsible in the execution of in-
nocent people." he said. "I am
fully aware of the guilt with which
I am charged. My regrets belong
to the victims." The 12 defend
ants are charged with the murder
of 35,000 Jews in the Minsk Ghet-
to.
Most of the other defendants ex-
pressed similar views as the sev-
Continued on Paae 2-A
AJCommittee Urges Mid-East Peace
NEW YORK (JTA) The
American Jewish Committee end
ed its 56th annual meeting here
Sunday with a resolution calling
on the United States Government
to "intensify efforts" to end the;
arms race in the Middle East and
to guarantee the borders of all;
states in the region. A. M. Sonna-j
bend, of Boston, was reelected:
president of the AJC as the three-;
day session was concluded.
The resolution on the Middle
East urged a five-point program
'which the U.S. should implement
in its policy in that regard. The
| AJC urged that the U.S.A.:
"1. Clearly define what it
would consider 'aggressior.;' 2.
Intensify efforts to end the arms
race in the area, meanwhile as-
suring that the balanco of arms
is r-ot upset; 3. Provide a for-
mal guarantee, upon request, of
the independence and integrity
of any state in the region; 4.
Vigorously discourage the violent
hate campaigns against Israel
conducted by the Arab states;
and S. Re-evaluate the present
U.S. policy of impartiality be-
tween peaceful nations and those
nations pursuing belligerent pol-
icies inimical to the peace and
stability of the Middle East."
In another resolution, the com-
mittee urged the West German
Government to utilize "existing
legal and administrative means"
to prevent its scientists from con-
tributing "to the war potential of
the United Arab Republic." The
statement cited "evidence that
many of the Germans employed
by the United Arab Republic are
pro-Nazi and have expressed
strong anti-democratic sentiments.
The resolution states:
"The AJC teels that the efforts
Continued on Page 5 A


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Harold Thurman Installed as President
Of Temple Israel Reform Congregation
Shown receiving the Dade
County Outstanding Citizens
award is Mrs. Jeanette Levey,
founder and president of the
National Parkinson Founda-
tion. Joseph Lipton, president
of Dade Federal Savings and
Loan Assn., makes the pres-
entation, and in background
is Sanford M. Swerdlin, pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith Sholem
Lodge. At right, Mitchell
Wolfson, chairman of the
board of Wometco Theaters
and a native Floridian, male
recipient of the 16th annual
award. Wolfson was selected
for his "exemplary activitites
in behalf of Dade County .
and his philanthropic efforts."
Harold Thurman, a~ leader in
Greater Miami Jewish activities
for many years, was installed as
the 23rd president of Temple Is-
rael of Greater Miami on Wed-
nesday night at the 41st annual
meeting of the congregation. He
succeeds Sam A. Goldstein.
Vice president of Florida Capi-
tal Corp., Thurman also serves as
yice president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, honorary
vice president of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, national vice
chairman of the Large City Bud-
geting Conference, and as a direc-
tor of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital.
Other officers are Myron M.
Behrman, Elliott D. Blumenthal,
Nathan S. Gumenick, Sam Luby,
Sr., and Dan B. Ruskin, vice pres-
idents; Lawrence E. Singer, sec-
retary; Joseph A. Garfield, treas-
urer; David Hochberg, financial
secretary.
Trustees are Jesse Casselhoff,
Max Cogen, Maurice Cromer, Mar-
tin Fine, Dr. Paul James Furlong,
Mrs. George Graham, Lewis Gor-
fine, Melvin Green. Morris E.
Greene, Samuel C. Halpert, A. J.
Harris, Harold LandfielJ. Budd
Mayer, A. L. Nadlcr. Robert Roes-
ing, Robert Russell, Lewis I. Ser-
HAHOLD THURMAN
bin, Leon Simkins, Kenneth Tries-1
ter, Leonard Wien.
Also installed by Dr. Joseph R. I
Narot were Mrs. Joseph S. Bui-
bin, president of Sisterhood; Her-
bert Blumberg, president of Men's
Club, and James Axelrod, presi-
dent of the Youth Group.
Four Rockwell
Admirers Held
Continued from Page 1-A
them attended until they dropper
out this spring and the other two
are still attending. All four went-,
in difficulties in school. They also
fired a burst at the home of Eliz-
abeth Cubley, a teacher of English
who had reported to parents of
two of the youths that they were
failing in her class. The other-
defendants were Richard Hohen-
rath, Jr., 18, Edmund Kennedy.
17, and Stephen Cooke, 17. The
gunfire attacks occurred during t
thunderstorm. No one was injur
ed. The slugs riddled the fron
door and shattered furniture in
the home where the English
teacher lived, and smashed win-
dows in the high school.
Rabbi Wernick Speaker
Rabbi H. B. Wernick will bt
guest speaker at Tifereth Israe
Sisterhood regular monthly meet
ing in the social hall on Monda>
evening.
Apparel Group Elects Officers
John Brasington, of Ceeb, Inc.,
Miami, has been elected president
BETH DIN OFFICE
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of the Florida Apparel Manufac-
turers' Assn.
Also elected at a meeting of the
organization in the Dupont Plaza
Hotel were Ronald Levi, of Daisy,
Inc., vice president; and Harry
Nissel, of Harmony Fashions,
secretary-treasurer.
Jules Goldberg, of Dorothy Lee,
is immediate past president of
the association.
Airman Friedman Reassigned
Airman Barry Friedman has
been reassigned to Amarillo AFB,
Tex., to attend technical training
courses following completion of
United States Air Force basic mili-
tary training at Lackland AFB,
Tex.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fried-
man, 340 SW 63rd Ave., Airman
Friedman is a .1962 graduate of
Miami High, and will now attend
a course for supply specialists.
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State of Israel And Temple Join
In Special Tribute to Rabbi Waxman
On Sunday evening, June 2, of Israel Dinner chairman will
Temple Zion will celebrate Is-|be Martin Hammer
rael*s fifeteenth anniversary at a| Heading efforts for the dinner
gala dinner in the Deauville Hotel.! with Potash and Hammer are Ber-
it was announced by Hyman Pot>?rd Jaffe- President of the Men's
. Club, and Mrs. Max Feinstein,
ash, congregation president. president of the Sisterhood.
At this occasion Rabbi Alfred
Waxman, who is markinq his "Bar
Mitzvah Year" as spiritual lead-
er of Temple Zion, will be hon-
ored for his services to the Tem-
ple, the community and the State
Hyman Potash, president of Temple Zion, congratulates Rabbi
Alfred Waxman, spiritual leader of the Congregation, upon
being named to receive a special award in recognition of his
service to the Temple, the community, and the State of Israel.
Looking on (right) is Martin Hammer who will be chairman
of Temple Zion's Dinner of Tribute on June 2, at the Deau-
ville Hotel, when the award will be presented to Rabbi Wax-
man,
U Pops Concerts
Open Season June 9
University of Miami Summer
Symphony Orchestra's 13th annual
'"Pops" concert season will begin
June 9 and continue for ten Sun-
guest speaker at the weekly lunch-1 day evenings thereafter at Miami
eon meeting of the Miami Beach J*each Auditorium. Miamians will
Beach B'nai B'rith Luncheon
i
Rabbi David Shapiro will be
Lodge 1591, B'nai B'rith, to be
held Tuesday, noon, at the DiLido
Hotel.
Aronovitz Plaque peace p|an for Mid-East
Awarded at Dinner
Sidney M. Aronovitz was honor-
ed at a dinner Saturday night by
Beth David Congregation, com-
munity leaders and the State of
Israel Bonds in recognition of his
service to the hynagogue. the com-
munity and Israel. Rabbi Norman
N Shapiro presented Aronovitz
with .n plaque on behalf of the
State of Israel, and a "Book of
Honor" expressing high esteem
and warm affection ot Aronovitz'
many lriends and associates.
Heading the list of notables at
the dinner was Senator Wayne
Morse of Oregon, who as guest
hpcatoer. emphasized the import-
i-'iici. of helping Israel achieve
economic independence through
the Israel Bond program.
Dr. Aaron Kalian, executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Is-'
raef"Bond (Organization, conducted
* ice-lured Menorah kindling cere-
mony commemorating the fifteenth
anniversary of Israel's independ-
ence.
Participating in the ceremony
mere Messrs, Nathan Adelman.
Continued from Page 1-A Other top officers chosen today
of Western scientists and technic- or selected, in additon to Mr.
ians to create a more powerful Sonnabend. were the following:
war machine has exacerbated ten- Mr- Abram as chairman of the
sions in the Middle East. These I executive board; Ralph Friedman,
l chairman of the administrative
board; William Rosensvald, chair-
activities have increased the dan-
ger of an accelerated Middle East
arms race which may lead to
war."
Adlai E. Stevenson, chief United
States delegate to the United Na-
tions, delivered one of the par-
ley's principal addresses when he
was awarded the AJC's "Ameri-
can Liberties" medallion. He de-
nounced racial bigotry. The pres-
entation was made by a previous
recipient of the medallion, Jacob
Blaustein, of Baltimore, honorary
president of the American Jewish
Committee. The organization's In-
stitute of Human Relations Award
was presented by Judge Joseph
M. Proskauer to Leonard Golden-
son, of the American Broadcasting
Company.
Other major addresses were de-
livered by Mr. Sonnabend; Morris
Harrjj August. Jack Emmer, John C. Abram; and Dr. John Slawson.
Feller Dr. Nathan Glover, Harry executive vice-president of the
Gordon, Louis Hayman, Maurice Committee. Dr. Slawson, declar-
llymah, Abraham Kasow, Aaron tag that racial and religious big-
Kr.ivitr. Joseph Rayvis. Harold otry in this country presented "a
Reirthard; Dr Julius Sperling,' major mental health problem,"
Nathan Spiegelman. William Wein- urged that the Federal Govern
traub and Sen.itor Wayne Morse.
Responding to an appeal by Dr.
Kahan members of the audience
of nearly 500 purchased $72,400 in
Sta-c 'of Israel Bonds.
ment enlist the experience and
knowledge of community relations
agencies i"in mounting a nation
wide investigation of the psycholo-
gical roots of group tension-
man of the national advisory coun-
cil; Maurice Glinert, treasurer;
Arthur D. Leidesdorf, associate
treasurer.
be offered the tops in guest con-
ductors and a delightful menu of
musical fare ranging from Tchai-
kovsky and Johann Strauss to all-
Gershwin and all-Rodgers and
Hammerstein programs.
Nine guest conductors including
Skitch Henderson, Arthur Fiedler,
Paul Whiteman, Howard Barlow,
Hugo Fiorato, Franz AUers, Henry
Mazer, Raymond Paige and Har-
old Glick, have cooperated with
UM Symphony business manager
Mrs. Marie Volpe in planning this
summer's programs to please the
tastes of all music lovers.
Skitch Henderson, composer-con-
ductor-pianist and popular televis-
ion music director, will open the
season on June 9. Henderson will
be making his sixth annual appear-
ance with the Pops.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El,
was honored by the Dade
County Chapter of American
Red Cross last week. He re-
ceived a 15-year pin for con-
tinued service to the organi-
zation.
Kosher Foods Available
Kosher foods are now available
to patients at North Miami Gen.
eral Hospital.
Dietary manager Paul Brund-
age states that the rabbinical
sealed self-contained meals come
in several varieties and may be
ordered by the patient upon ad-
mission to the hospital.
Preparation of the meals is un-
der the supervision of Phillip
Weiss of the Royal Hungarian Ko-
sher Restaurant on Miami Beach.
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Aged Home Awards Building Contract
bated over Cto.a
income to the H:-3
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front th<
Feirrit.-r ted tin
r- t: r-:-: .-.-:
Mitiu Jemisk
r
Members c: the Vih H^ie for me Acec :~c er :: rich: are Jack Popick Ronald Acer
btiJding committee. Sealed !er. tc r.cr.: an ?rlrr. Ir.dustrial Corp. Soi Siiinerman. Thrift
Louis rresler Z>ot-. B "eemrr. rc-mrm-cm Sr.cp rr.rr.cce: Bad St.. Resr.r-: No: shown.
Baros d* rOrseh Meyer rr.-_-rr.a- ieve.rr- '..::; L-vmg Cyper. cresmer.t and Lee Ru-
nt fund campc.rr. M KopeJow-.a. Stand- witch chairman Tbrifl Sr.cp commir.ee.
Opfi-Mrs. Club Stages Recital
To Flcise Funds for School
"r" Miami --
mifl sponsor i ciir.ee rrc/i'. A
rre-frtei by
the Beatrice La Verne Dance
- -o of Bay Harbor on Si
cay. S p.m.. at the Miami Euson
>cr. H.gb Scboo. \-
Mtai La Verne, a professional
dancer, tauebt in New York City
before opening her Bay Harbor
stud:: :: >ei.-> ;;:
The recital will feature baliet.
jan. tap and song*. Proceeds are
bemx donated to the club's schol-
arship hand for emotionally dis-
turbed children at the Mootanan
Clinical School.
Ticket chairman is Mr? Se>
moor SilvermajL Tickets -i;-
be purchased at the auditor-
hua on the night of the recital
Mrs Murray- Sonnett li presi-
af the eh*
.". -. '.: .-:-.- ------
he Jewish Heane far the Aged
Douglas Gardens, has aa-
'ounced that the contract for coa-
itrMfi ::' tfet BHM > M Sl.V
Thrift Shop has been award-
ed to Palm Industrial Corp. of
Hiafeah. which submitted the low-
-a of seven sealed bads A:
ect S 3 Schneider desirned the
ymft&tLZ wet ling closely with
hrtrt shop chainnan Lee Rcwiteh
id Bint KosssCL
The new Thrift Shop will be lo-
cated on the bioekJeag let on the
- Are. IIin.
*orth be:*ee= T3rd St. aad the
-^a: Tracks. It wiE hare
_.? so. ft of space. 110 B
rontage of n Ave. : ft. is
-. and ample off-street park
m
.job to the main display
iad sales atoer. which will carry
Mary merchandise sack as farm-
and appliances there will be
-oft merchandise.
Sol Silverman. manager of the
sore sjjce :5 is crec-
ieve-Jopirg the business from a
- > of ft.nt to a frees of over
> The Shop has ceam-
>ccordtrg to Maunce Peariste:r
eseeutire director of the Home
TURCHIN NAMES
WOMEN'S CHAIRMEN
Bob Turchin has named Mrs. Bcna'd Fuller (Ml
and Mrs. Max Bode^rran co-char men of tne
Miami Beach City Lounc cand aa'e's Women's
Division. Turchin Women's Activities will c
minate this week in a coffee at -he Deauville
Hotel for ail M'ami Beach Women Voters at
10 A.M., Friday, May 24th.
Bikur Cholim Home
Changes Name
Je.>h Coe\a5e*cer.: Home of
Soctk Fkrvsa .; tbe ae name of
the former Bihur Chohtr Jewish
Convalescent Home Change is as
hae with the expansion program
planned by the Home, accor
t* Mrs Josepb Reiser, president
Locitr; at 330 CoCins Ave.. the
Domt will ir.a*2irate and main-
tain an intensive home care pro-
gram for indigent and needy- pat-
ients discharged from heseitais.
who need a mmuaam of care in
their own homes
AppGcaboc for tne service
be made with Sidney SaegeL exec-
utive direetor
Kati Open (Hikes
Imn W Katx has op
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M-v I _T3 VOU
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of elect-r.r A rr. "rrrr tor the kxiowma reasccs
'.. He ^ .-.:. r.:r.r-rr.e r_s_r.ess man oi uuqueataoocbJe intagrity.
Z He ^ educe- cr.cl'y aua'tfiod f-oc the office
1 He kaews all the iborcomhrs of oar City Admiaustrataoc.
4> He ia me oaJy camdWvrle experieaaoad m tourism and peraooally imeresaed in
Piecme accept my racmy thariks for your help and my assurance of a sincere desire
to serve our City our Nrboc and our people.

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knist tksifrt,
rage fh
'n
Dr. Barry Noel Hyman will
graduate from Duke Univer-
sity School of Medicine in
Durham, N.C., on June 3. He
will intern at Grady Hospital,
Atlanta. Son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving B. Hyman, 3140 SW
14th St., Dr. Hyman is an
alumnus of Miami Senior
and took pre-medical train-
ing at the university of Miami.
Beth Torah Honors
Longtime Workers
During Friday evening services
:il Beth Torah celehrating annual
'I cichers Day and PTA Sabbath,
the 23 members of the Hebrew
.ind nursery school faculty will be
honored by the congregation and
educational committee headed by;
(Jeorge Katzman.
Tribute will be paid to Abraham
J. Gittelson for six years of ser-
vice as education director; to Mrs.
Sidney Keshlnnsky for her eight j
years as nursery school supcrvis-;
or, and PTA presidents, Mrs. Ron- j
aid Friedel and Mrs. Richard
Shacter and officers and directors)
w ho have assisted them during the:
who have a:
past year.
Spiritual leader of Beth Torah
Is Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz, and
Irving Seidel is president.
Sternshein Serves
*h David Again
Beth flavid Congregation", at Us
Bill annual meeting, reelected
Lewis Sternshein as president.
Named with him: Albert J.
Ber, Phillip Schiff, Max Silver,
Julius Spector and Robert Trail-
rig, vice presidents; Harry Sim-
on-, Frank Rose, treasurers; Her-
schell Roscnthal, Henry KanuMi.
secretaries.
In accepting the presidency for
a secOD I term. Sternshein stated,
"I am deeply gratified by the con-
gregation's expression of confi-
dence and hopefully look forward
to an even greater year of reli-
gious, educational and economic
growth."
Trustees are Samuel J. Spector,
chairman; Sidney M. Aronovitz,
Harry August, Murray G. Cohen, I
Judge Albert Dubbin, John Feller.
Harry Gordon, Louis Heiman, lea-
don Hcrskowitz. Max Jacobson.
Sidney Lefcourt, Harry Marko-
witz. Stanley C. Myers, Albert
Quadow. Phillip Schiff, Jacob
Sher. Harry Simons. Bernard A.
Sterling, Aaron Weinkle and Nat
Zalka.
Board of directors for 1963-64:
Charles Adelman, Morris Atkins.
Benjamin Beck, Morton Beigel,
Michael Covin, Harry Cypen.
Nathan Davidow, Robert Felik.
Herbert Frame, Seymour Friend.
Maurice Hyman, Maurice Kellner.
Samuel Ostrowsky, Arthur Pekel-
ner, Joseph A. Rayvis, Meyer Rob-
bins. Frederick Schcr, Stanley
Spieler, Charles Z. Spingarn, Ed-
ward Swerdlin. Edward Syrop.
Also Oscar Argintar, Sam Ba-
danes. Harold Berke, Harry Cran-
man. Maurice Daum, Stanley Dav-'
idson, Walter Falk, Dr. Lawrence
Feinberg, Moe Feingold,* Judge
Mitchell Goldman, Leonard Gor-
don, Sam Herman, Leon Kaplan,
Abraham Kasow, Theodore Lo-
maskin. Manuel Lubel, Leo Mind-
lin, Fred Ossip, Alex Phillips, Jos-
eph Post, Sidney Pozen, Samuel
Puder, Robert Purisch, Henry
Rosengarten, Arthur Rosinek, Ed-
ward Safer,' Samuel Scitlin, Gus
Gershwin Lodge Dinner Dance
George Gershwin Knights of| Sam Ross was chairman of the
Pythias Lodge held its annualI event, and Harry Herman is cha
dinner dance at the Crown Hotel cellor commander.
Shaw, Bert Sher, Nathan Spiegel
man, Jerome Stern, Samuel Trau
rig, David Ugent, Philip Warshaw, I
William Warshaw, William Wein-
er, Jerome Weinkle, William Wein-
traub. Leonard Wolf.
Music and Arts
League Festival
Miami Beach Music and Arts
League is presenting a May Festi- '
val of Music at the Carillon Hotel,
it was announced by program
chairman. Louis Siegel.
The series, to be held on succes- j
sive Mondays in May, opened
Verdi's "Rigoletto" under the di-
June 4th is the day
to Pull Lever
Pd. rot. \iK
rection of Dr. Paul Czonka. of the
Opera Guild of Greater Miami.
Concluding concert on May 27
will feature Juan Mercadal, classic
guitarist: Sonya Balogh, violinist;
Robert MacPherson, baritone;
and Wendy Piper, ballerina. May-
or Robert King High will present
the artists.
Testimonial dinner given for Jack A. Filosof,
president of, Farband Labor Zionist Center,
was held at ihe Center on May 14. Mr. and
Mrs. Filosof are leaving for Israel where he
will be a delegate of the Israel Histadrut Com-
mittee to the groundbreaking ceremony of the
Medical Center in Beersheba sponsored by the
Miami committee, headed by Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. The
event was attended by 200 que?t? including
the honoree's daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Kaplan, and a brother-in-
law, Joseph L. Shulman. Left to right are
Joseph P. Zuckerman, toastmaster; Moshe Ber-
man, executive director of the local Histadrut;
Jacob Schachter; Ben Minenberg; Filosof; Mrs.
Filosof; Di. Isaac Unterman, author, who was
principal speaker; Max Astor; Sam Jackson;
and Morris Tattenbaum.
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M. WILLIAM
SMITH
SMITTY
for Councilman
ITS GOOD BUSINESS TO PUT
A BUSINESSMAN IN COUNCIL
Vice-President-Zionist Organization of America
DirectorBeth Jacob Synagogue, Hebrew Academy
Leader in Jewish affairs
Experienced, successful businessman
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Friday. May 24, 1563
Federation to Mark Silver Anniversary Here
By SIDNEY LEFCOURT
President, Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
On the occasion of Federa-
tion s Silver Anniversary we
realize that 25 years is a k>ng
period of time, both in the life
of a person and in the life of a
community. The first Federa-
tion meeting was held at the
home of Sam Blank, on the even-
ing of May "th. 1938 and at that
meeting it was decided that the
Greater Miami community with
a Jewish population of 19300
people needed central organiza-
tion and coordination. This is
equally true today when xwr
Jewish community numbers al-
most 100.000.
The predecessor of today's
Jewish Family and Children's
Service wa already in existence
by the time Federation was
formed, and in the year follow-
ing the early 1940s, due to awak-
ening community interest and
awakening community demand,
our leaders founded the Jewish
Home for the Aged, the Baron
de Hirsch Loan Fun!, the Bureau
of Jewish Education, the Jew-
ish Community Centers, Mt. Sinai
Hospital, the National Council of
Jewish Women? Service to the
Foreign born, and more recently
the Jewish Vocational Service.
Tbese are agencies which are
today supported by Federation
and are truly community agen-
cies, because in essence the Fed-
eration is the community Not
only do we hold ourselves re-
sponsible for helping to take
care of the poor, 'he sick, the
homeless, and the aged, but this
must be done under 'the overall
coordination of a central body to
avoid duplication and wasted ef-
fort and money. I believe that
il a vital element of Federa-
tion, and of tremendous import-
ance to us who want to be as-
sured that we set a full measure
of value for our health and wel-
fare dollar.
Many people only think of
Federation in terms of its an-
nual campaign, but it does and
should mean a lot more. At the
present time 33 dedicated people
serving as members of the bud-
get committee are reviewing the
requests of all Federation's bene-
ficiary agencies in detail in an
effort to see that the money we
raise goes where it is needed
most.
Miami's current population ex-
plosion has brought about an in-
cessant demand for more ser-
vices than we are presently pro-
viding. We are feeling the pres-
swmut urcotm
sures for developing an integrat-
ed overall plan for care of the
aged, cutting across agency lines
to insure that no person is lost
in the shuffle. We must provide
counseling services to the young-
er couples in the out-lying areas.
We must provide the commun-
ity centers with badly needed
facilities in which to operate
needed programs. We must be-
gin a vocational guidance pro-
gram aimed at youth of high
school age to help with their fu-
ture education and work prob-
lems. There are many other
needs too numerous to mention
at this time.
, .as we commemorate 25 years
of service to the community and
to Jewish men. women and chil-
dren around the comer and
around the world, I assure you
that our 25th Anniversary is a
time for going forward in service
to the community. We of Fed-
eration have established the Com-
mittee on Long Range Objectives
to plan to meet tomorrow's needs
well before they arise, and at
the same time to assure maxi-
mum value of each Federation
dollar invested in the commun-
ity's welfare. We are develop-
ing a healthy Jewish community,
dowments to bolster bur future
service to the community and
build a strong foundation for fu-
ture planning in the next 25
years.
The Miami Jewish community
is a dynamic and growing one
and I know that its membership
shares with all of us at Federa-
tion the intense desire to make
our city and our world a better
place for curselves and children
to live in.
We have in the past 25 years
made a great start toward build-
in ga healthy Jewish community.
I believe that with the help of
every interested member in the
Greater Miami Jewish commun-
ity the Federation will continue
to grow as the central organiza-
tion devoted to meeting the needs
of the total Jewish community
through three vital functions;
fund raising, budgeting and com-
munity planning.
This is the promise we of Fed-
eration make to you. that as }b
central source of our Jewish
community's health and welfare
needs we shall continue to do
everything within our power to
serve our children tomorrow as
we have served ourselves and
In honor of the 25th Anniversary Annual Meeting of Feder-
ation, Burdine's and the Florida Power and Light Company
are presenting windows dedicated to-Federation. The window
shown here is at Burdine's downtown store and tells of the
work of Federation and its agencies, as well as of the Silver
Anniversary Meeting.
Reflections on Federation's Milestone
By DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT
| hi ::..
' .V.-.- r )
Twenty-live years is not a long time in the con-
text of history, but in the life of an individual and
in the experience of a new community, it is a sig-
nificent accretion of events and memories. Other
cities may boast generations, and even centuries of
existence, but to us the two and a half decades are
importantfor they embodied our lives, our stnv-
ings, our disappointments, our achievements.
When 1 lecall that 1 have been in this commun-
ity precisely one half of the life time of our Federa-
tion, I recognize how new and how young, is this
communal effort of ours. But youth is, as we all
say, one condition that any person and every or-
ganization outgrows, with the passing of more time
and by the grace of God.
r have been asked to speak a brief word of in-
spiration concerning this milestone which it is our
purpose to commemorate. As we approach the
threshold of joy, let us know that the inspiration is
pot in any one speaker, but in the occasion we mean
to celebrate.
The inspiration is in men and women, in ideas,
and in goalsnot merely of dollars, but also of
human values. The inspiration lies in the causes
we espoused: in the furthering of Jewish knowl-
edge, in protecting the rights of our Jewish exist-
ence and ir sheltering the dignity of our Jewish
name; in the help and compassion we extended
our families today. The (ung to
start planning for 7he tie-, quar
ter century is right now uiid we
invite you to join us in _;eipin;
our Jewish community go for-
ward and become a source of
pride to all of u-
to our young, to our aged, to our sick, to the lonely
Jewish soldier on an American outpost, to the
European Jew attempting to rebuild his war and
hate ravaged life; to the brave, new world the
state of Israel is building.
The inspiration, once more, lies not in words,
but in the generosity, the sacrifice, and the heroism,
which have transformed at least some of the tears
and travail inflicted upon our people into consola-
tion, and even into victory.
Because our Federation is young, many of the
men and women we shall honor are. happily and
thankfully, both its early founders and Us pres-
ent sponsors. But we shall need to honor, likewise,
those whom destiny has summoned to the realm of
eternal life, but whose names will ever be a bless-
ing on our lips. Living or deceased, the presidents
and the chairmen, the leader? and the workers, the
laymen and the professional people, the heralded
and the unsung, the exhorters and the givers, to
these we must pay our sincere and affectionate
tribute.
But if our song is to be sweet to our ears, let
it not drown out other things we must hear; let
not this song of celebration be sung in cadences of
disproportionate pride, nor in a mood of exaltation
that is unlimited by perspective For these twenty-
five years have not been years of unmixed bless-
ing, of unqualified success, of undiluted growth.
Failure to rise to our responsibilities, disappoint-
Centinued on Following Page
HIGHLIGHTS OF 25 YEARS
OF COMMUNITY SERVICE
ITU Mnj 7, 1938: First Federation meeting held at home of Sam
Blank; organizations pledge unity; mult'ple appeals studied;
19.500 Jewish population.
1Wo_First Federation campaignBaron de Hirsch Meyer. Chair-
man; $82,475 rai'ed. (Goal $65,100!) Stanley C. Myers, first
President Jewish Welfare Society (now the Jewish Family
Service; aids DP's.
1940Jewish Home for the Aged chartered.
1941 Bureau of Jewish Education founded as result of Fed*' itton
study.
1942-45War years; ISO 1WB: Service programs; Baron de h.rsch
Loan Fund established.
1944Miami Beach YMHAs program established
1945Jewish Home for the Aged opens doors; Federation conducts
population survey; 30.000 Jewish residents in Dade O mty;
Ground broken for new Servicemen's Center.
194o Miami opens its heait to save remnants of European J
First big CJA campaign to save refugees; Displaced Pe
aid-program by National Council of Jewish Women.
1947CJA Women's Division organized: Alton Road Hospit il re-
opened under Jewish Community auspices; CJA launcht
million dollar campaign; Greater Miami Jewish Center I 0
torium and gymnasium built in Miami; Beach Branch uilt;
Study of Leisure-Time Deeds.
1948Israel's Independence; Federation raises $1,485
1949Mt. Sinai Hospitalformer hotel and wartime rehabil
centeropens in December. 1949; Jewish Vocat* Ml S ce
established as a result of Federation study
1950Southwest YMHA program opens.
1951Jewish Home lor the Aged moves to Douglas Garden -
aad Beach Y's reorganize to establish Greater Mami Jewish
Community Center.
1952Bureau of Jewish Education moves to new building c
6. 1952.
1953Warsaw Ghetto Memorial; Jewish center group work program
for Jewish Home for Ihe Aged undertaken.
1954Jack Abhn Memorial Building constructed it lawU
for the Aged: North Count) YMHA program -'A I I
tion loan for $750,000 negotiated.
1955Mount Sinai Hospital building drive for S'.vi Jewish Family Service undertakes child-placement and
T urn services.
1956lewisfa Education Study; Young Ex itives Institute
sored by Federation. $1,000,000 L'JA refandinj
Federation takes the lead in organising Committe< >>n thi
East Crisis; Federation is i fed American Jewiah Cv<
tee's -(.roll for community lea lership.
1957Highest CJA total: $1,768,000; Federation :
I'JA Award in recognition of one of the most outstanding I
paigns in the country Federation is awarded C.'FWF Aw
for best publicity; chaplaincy Service established; L-
time study initiated; First President's Leadership Award
.in escapees helped by National Council of Jewish V>
and Jewish Family Service; Three Agencies join United
through Federation
1958Jewish Family Service opens new Miami Beach office; South
west Branch of YMHA dedicated: Jewish Vocational S
officially admitted to Federation family; Supreme Court Jus
ticc William O Douglas addresses Attorneys and Accountants
Division.
1959Leadership Training program workshopinitiated and run
by Federation of Jewish Women'.- Organizations; Na
Council of Jewish Women starts project for the blind and par
tially sighted children; Arthur Rosichan. new Executi
rector makes his first report; Jewish Vocational Service
cooperative agreement with the Home for the Aged for Work
shop program; Headlines tell story of Jews fleeing Romania
and CJA and I'JA role in their rescue; Pocket sized
ing musical show tells community of Federation work.
19ftFederation moves into its own building, dedicated in Novem-
ber; Opening of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Hospital gets SS0.000 Cobalt
Bomb to treat cancer; Supervised play for children of work ins.
parents offered by Greater Miami Jewish Community Center.
and establishment of Day Centers for Senior Citizens; Openin-
of Sheltered Workshop; Geriatrics Research Laboratory; four
new pavilions at the Jewish Home for the Agio. Bureau ol
Jewish Education opens College of Jewish Studies; Federa-
tion agencies alerted to the movement of Cuban Refugees.
'HIJewish Vocational Service receives first government granl
for rehabilitation program; Federation and Federation
cies coordinate migration of Jewish refugees from Cuba to the
Miami community; I'mted Hias opens Miami resettlement
office for Cuban refugees; Hias, Federation and National
Council of Jewish Women coordinate resettlement activities
for Cuban Jewish families.
19*2Plans formulated for celebration of 25th anniversary year;
Federation operates first Capital Fund campaign member
agency resulting additional 105 beds at Jewish Home for the
Aged; Federation approves setting up Jewish Community
Foundation for Legacies and BequeMa
194J25th Anniversary year special celebration and comnvmora
tive programs established. Samuel Blank end ws a Jewish
Cultural Lectureship; In the 25th Anniv.-rsaxy yea* Federation
receives honor as lieing host, for the first time. :> the C--ner.il
Userabty of the Council of Jewish Federation* and Welfare
Funds to be held in November; Jewish Vocational Service
makes application to I nited Fund.


Friday. May 24. 1963
UfeWfsft ftcrXJiatr?
Federation Annual Meeting Sunday
1
UOH KAPLAN
Continued from Page 1A
original musical featuring the
story of 25 years of Federation and
its agenda! in song and verse was
written by Trixie Levin especially
for the occasion and will be intro-
duced by Dr. Joseph R. Narot.
The stories of the agencies,
ranging from youth to aged will be
portrayed by a cast -of volunteer
communal leaders, providing a
comprehensive portrait of Feder-
ation^ agencies in the local com-
munity. The show will be high-
lighted by a sketch depicting tho
Founders Meeting held in 1938. at
the home of Sam Blank, launching
the Federation.
Founders and past presidents of
Federation will be honored in a
dramatic candle lighting ceremony
conducted by Dr. Irving Lehrman.
RABBINICAL HOUR
DEDICATES PROGRAM
Sunday morning. Dr. Irving
Lehrman will conduct the Rab-
binical Hour "A Still Small
Voice" on ch. 7, dedicating the
program to Federation's Silver
Anniversary Meeting. Sidney
Lefcourt. president of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation,
Joseph M. Lipton, chaiiman of
the community's observance of
the 25th anniversary of United
Jewish Appeal, and Stanley C.
Myers, a founder and first Fed-
eration president, will partici-
pate.
Displays of the agencies co-
sponsoring the Annual Meeting
r scheduled to add an informa-
tive note to the meeting.
Milestone in History Reached by Federation
Continued from Preceding Page
nent both in projecting and reaching out for our ob-
lectives, living with minimal and even less than
minimal attainmentsthese have too often haunt-
ed, as indeed, they still do haunt our Jewish Fed-
erated community.
Even as we bespeak our deep gratitude, there-
;.irc. let us also give voice to our profound concern.
Fven as we strike the chords of pleasant sentiment,
let us also sound the warning which both our total
conviction and our collective conscience dictate.
Fven as we rejoice, let us also study. Even as we
indulge in sweet reminiscences, let us also investi-
gate every arena of our Jewish community life
.md plan for it with an intelligence that will not
l i u grow like the wild mushrooms, but that will
nable it to flourish like the nurtured garden.
As we stand on the threshold of this anniver-
sary, w hear in our community all the noises of
the pioneer city. Old residents are too often sat-
isfied with first accomplishments. Newcomers
too often live ir. memories of their former homes
and deeds, and here choose to bask in the shade
of anorymity. Every cause converges upon us,
presumably to appeal to the vacationer, but in-
escapably to overwhelm the resident community
as well. And no one really knows what patterns,
either of population or of program, are yet to
emerge.
In another sense, we ar the microcosm of all
America, with so many of America's grim and chal-
lenging problems focused sharply here. Oply a few
weeks ago, we were the center of the world's at-
tention in the struggle between East and West.
While neither an Albany nor an Oxford, the ten-
sions and dilemmas of the racial issue abound in
our midst. And as a resort community whose first
industry is fun, distraction from the serious aims
and the lasting values are plentiful, very frequent-
ly engulfing the host as well as the guest.
Will our Jewisn community rise to all these
challenges? Will we labor for greater maturity of
elfort and elfect? Will we, at last, take our place
in the several American Jewish communities that
reed us and deplore our weaknesses and limita-
tions? No celebration of a birthday will be com-
plete or justified unless it answers these questions
hopefully and affirmatively. And if our twenty-
fifth anniversary party will Rive us cause for such
a promising reply to the climactic questions of our
time, we will merit the respect of the present and
win tho gratitude of the future generations of Jew-
ish life.
MKS. STANLEY C. MYiftS
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
deliver the invocation and Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan, the benediction.
At the request of Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, president of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami, the
only official Greater Miami com-
munity observance of the passing
of Itzhak Ben-Zvi, President of the
State of Israel, will be observed.
Kennedy Names
L Weinstein to
Housing Group
NEW YORK JTA) Lewis
H. Weinstein of Boston, chairman
of the National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council, was ap-
pointed by President Kennedy this
weekend to membership on an
eight-member President's Commit-
tee on Equal Opportunity in Hous-
ing. A recognized authority on
housing, Mr. Weinstein has been
chairman of the Massachusetts
State Board of Housing and the
Massachusetts Emergency Hous-
ing Commission.
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Federation Gave
$26 Million Plus
In 25 years of activity the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion has raised a total of $26,400.-
000 for its campaign of 57 local,
national and overseas agencies.
Of this amount raised, $9,950.-
000 served the needs of the Great-
er Miami Jewish community and
outstanding National agencies,
many of whose programs were
conducted in the local area.
In helping United Jewish Ap-
peal and other agencies save 3.-
000,000 Jewish lives, resettle
Jewish families in the homeland
of Israel and other countries
throughout the world, the local
community in a quarter of a cen-
tury provided $11,700,000.
Included in the total of $26,400.-
000 in support of agencies serv-
ing the local community approxi-
mately $1,700,000 was made
available by the United Fund of
Dade County which joins Federa-
tion in support of three commun-
al agencies; the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, Jew-
ish Family and Children's Ser-
vice, and the Jewish Home for
the Aged.
Listed are categories of service
and breakdown of how the Fed-
eration dollar served men, wom-
en and children in the past 25
years.
CATEGORY AMOUNT
Health .......$ 2.200.0OO
Group Work & Leisure Time 2,400,000
Family and Child-Care 1,900,000
Vocational Services ._....... 250,000
Aged 800.000
Jewish Education 950,000
UJA and Overseas 11,700,000
National 1.450.0OO
Reserve for losses I,650,000
Reserve for Special Studies and
Contingencies A Emergency
Grents 200,000
Year Round Administration
Budgeting and Social
Welfare Planning 1,000.000
Fund Raising Cosis 1,900,000
TOTAL $26,400,000
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vJewisli fhrkHan
Friday. May 24, 196
,L
Big and Little-Shavuoth is the Time
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Shavuoth is the time of the great
event on Sinai.
The world loves tallncss, big-
Everj town boasts of its
syscrapers, though they create
COOflMliOD. Likewise tall people
are admired. If you are less than
five feel tix inches, you can't be-
come a policeman and your
chances for becoming President
are also very slim.
The shorties have a hard time
oi it They pay the same amount
for their suit of clothes, although
there is less material in it, and
have these other disadvantages to
which I have alluded. Shavuoth
should give them comfort. The
Midrash tells us that Mr. Sinai
was chosen for the Revelation just
because it was a small and hum-
ble mountain. Sometimes the
shorty gets a break but it appears
it only happens every two or three
millenia.
Big and little that loom so
large in people's mindwhat
really are they? In the small-
est atom, there is the counter-
part of the whole solar system.
In the grain of sand, the universe,
is mirrored. A Jewish sage of
old noted that the letter Yud is
the smallest in the Hebrew al-
Arthur Teichner has been ap-
pointed catering manager of
the DiLido Hotel on Miami
Beach. A Miami resident for
the past 16 years, Teichner
returns to the DiLido after an
absence of six years during
which he served as catering
manager of other leading ho-
tels on the Beach. Teichner
will be in complete charge of
food and beverages and will
supervise parties, weddings
and other specicl events. An-
nouncement of the appoint-
ment was made by George
Casper, general manager.
phabet. But the Yud (Jew) has
not been so insignifcant in his-
tory.
Rabbi Simla, according to the
Talmud, noted that Moses receiv-
ed 613 Mitzvoth on lit Sinai. Then
came David and reduced them to
eleven. (In one of the Psalms.
David notes eleven virtues which
the Lord likes.) Then the prophet
Micah came and reduced them to
three: "What doth the Lord re-
quire of thee but to do justice,
love mercy and walk humbly with
God." Then Isaiah came and re-
duced them to two: "Keep ye jus-
tice and righteousness" and Amos
came and brought them down to
one: "For thus saith the Lord,
"Seek ye me and live."
But however much we condense
and reduce the Torah, it is still
big. The Gerer Rebbe asked a
young men if he had learned any
Torah.
"A little." he replied.
"I am afraid." said the Rebbe,
"that's all any of us learn."
Dr. Kohler, one-time President
of Hebrew Union College, used
to tell about his teacher who
kept a shop for his livelihood.
He used to sit there and study.
So engrossed was he in his stud-
ies, he resented any customers
coming in to buy.
According to the Midrash, King
David had a musical alarm clock
which awakened him at midnight
to study the Torah. David was a
soldier, king and also a literary
man. He wrote the Psalms. When
did he get a chance to study?
Study we must. For the Torah
we were created!
But study without action is like
eating without exercise.
The Prelaner Rebbe told a story. \
A scholarly rabbi came to the |
Cates of Heaven.
"What are your credentials?" he ]
was asked.
"I studied the Torah days and!
nights," he replied.
"Just sit own there." said the
Chief Clerk. Our staff will have
to verify your record."
Then another rabbi came in. He
was asked the same question and
he replied that he had devoted
much time to the study of the
Cabala and other mystical writ
ings. He was also told to sit down
unfit his ctflim could be mvesii
gated.
Then a tavern keeper entered. I
And he was asked about his cre-
dentials.
He answered. "I fed every poor
man who came to my inn."
Immediately, tne gates of Heav-
en opened and the tavern keeper
was ushered in.
Gary Woifson receiving the
North Shore Optimist Club
scholarship award from past
president Irvine C. Spear,
chairman of the club's schol-
arship committee. The award
is given each year to the
graduating senior at Nautilus
Junior High who maintains
the highest general average
for the three year course. Son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis E.
Woifson. 5980 No. Bay Rd..
Gary finished first in a grad-
uating class of 427.
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'iday. May 24. 1963
+Jewish fkridUan
Page ll-A
Mind/in in Israel
: i ntinued from Page 1-A
their shops to sleep, they
,\unt to do business. A sign on
he Closed til 4 p.m.." and I could
not I'ind out why the Sholem
\si:i nameplate was there. But.
somewhere in this city, I sud
dcnly felt his last doze in Israel,
atoned as unfeeling people of
ten stoned him here, also remem
I s ;i d I y his years-long
IriemNhip with me and the un-
happy way in which he left Mi
ami.
For the first time, I tried Is-
rael's national dish today, her
version of the American hotdog:
lalafeJ. It's a little more than
.i pocket ot cold, clay-tasting
dough .n which is crammed a pro-
lusion of nauseating inedible-.
Irom meatballs to pickle relish.
> an entire catalogue of uniden-
'.lied phenomena. I declined to
inish. A fellow-voward at my
side looked up from his own
:,ilafei burden to examine my
MCI.
"Do you," he asked tenta-
tively, "speak English?" I told
him I did. We instantly recog-
nize one another as Ameri-
cans. Again, tentatively, he
asked: "Are you Jewish?" "I
replied in the affirmative.
"And you?" I countered. "A
Gentile," he confessed sadly,
"but a gentle one. How fright-
ening it is to be in the minor-
ity."
1 reassured him. remembering
my classroom Hebrew. "But I
,:n in the minority, too." He in-
sisted on the last word: "A Jew-
ish Gentile, eh?" I parried the
thrust: "Yes. and very gentle,
indeet
It was in fact polite talk to
identify with his minority status.
Last Sunday. I was stopped by
a black-suited, bearded, and
round, black-hatted slip of a
man on Park Ave., New York. In
increasingly loud Yiddish, he
asked for directions. In increas-
ingly soft Yiddish, my eyes
guiltily examining the immediate
environs, I tcld him the way. To-
day, before Radad on Allenby. a
lovely shop of stainless steel
tableware in Tel Aviv, I engaged
a man in conversation, assured
by the giant size of his belly that
he could certainly speak Yiddish.
And over the noises of the
madding crowd, in ever height-
ened tones of love between us,
he marveling at my facility in
a language dead, as he felt to
all Americans (who are necess-
arily ignorant of Holy Things),
we spoke of the life and times
in Israel today. And no one
heard or cared in the sea of
heightened Hebrew about us. for
the life and times of Israel to-
day include few if any silently
belligerent Park Avenues. Per-
haps this is why my falafel-re-
jecting friend sought assurances
from a gentle Jew.
Sherna Simonhoff, a senior at
Brandeis University, receives
the Ben and Rosa Stein an-
nual memorial prize for cre-
ative arts, from dean of stu-
dents, I. Milton Sacks, at the
awards assembly held at the
Waltham, Mass., liberal arts
university. Miss Simonhoff
also received the Deborah
Josepha Cohen memorial
award in drawing. Daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simon-
hoff, of 5925 N. Bayshore Dr.,
she is a graduate of Miami
Beach High, now majoring in
fine arts.
GMFTY Installs
Fleischman Head
Greater Miami Federation of [
Temple Youth officers were in-
Stalled Sunday at a youth work-1
shop held at Temple Israel of i
Greater Miami, during the annual
meeting of the South Florida Fed-
eration Union American Hebrew
Congregations.
New- Slate, installed by Rabbi
Sanford Seltzer, director South-
eastern Council UAHC, was head-
ed by Richard Fleischman, presi-
dent; Susi Kurash, vice president; i
Marsha Goldberg, secretary, and
Suzi Lebow, treasurer.
Mesivta Installs
At the first Mesivta Senior High
School scholarship fund luncheon,
held Monday at the home of Mrs.
Sylvia Zemel, 3121 Prairie Ave.,
newly elected officers of the group
were installed.
Jilie THE WEEK... AS I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
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But now that I am prepared to go forth into the desert, I have
Men told to beijin expecting the miraculous.
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kh iigti fkriciian
Friday, May 24. \\$
Charles Rosenberg (left), outgoing president of Temple Adath
Yeshurun. presenting the gavel to president-elect, Joseph
Liedman. Joint installation of Congregation, Sisterhood and
Men's Club will be held on Saturday night, June 8. in the
newly-completed Sanctuary of the Congregation.
Joint Affair For Adath Yeshurun
Joint installation of Temple
Adath Yeshurun Congregation.
Sisterhood and Men's Club, will be
held on Saturday night, June 8. in
the newly-completed Synagogue.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, spiritual
Conservative
RABBI
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leader of the Congregation, will
install Joseph Liedman as presi-
dent of the Congregation, and Mrs.
Ira Levin as Sisterhood president.
A cocktail hour will precede the
ceremony, and a buffet supper,
dancing and entertainment will
follow.
Installation committee members
' are: chairman, Martin Beloff,
William Alter, Mrs. Martin Beloff,
Mrs. Daniel Bimberg. Al Kessler,
i Mrs. William Mars. William Mars,
i Mrs. Herbert Parker. Sam Rat-
, ner, Samuel Rubcnstcin and
Charles Smook.
Mutual Fund Issues
Initial Prospectus
NEW \DftK fence C Laskey. presulenT of the
First American Israel Mutual
Fund, announced this week that
preliminary prospectuses relating
to a proposed public offering ol
its shares in the amount of $27.
500,000 are now being distributed.
Paine, Webber, Jackson & Curtis
will manage the Investment bank-
ing group being formed to under-
write the ottering.
The proposed offering marks
the first tiim that an undertak-
ing such as this will be distri-
buted in the United States
through the regularly accepted
channels of brokerage and in-
vestment firms, Mr. Laskey
said.
The purpose of the Fund is to
provide a means through which
American investors may partici-
pate in a portfolio consisting pri-
marily of Israeli securities which
will be balanced to provide to the
extent feasible opportunities for
long-term capital growth consist-
ent with preservation of principal
and a reasonable income. It is
anticipated that ultimately 80 per-
cent of the Fund"s assets will be
invested in Israeli securities, with
120 percent being invested in the
i United States.
Shares of the Fund are to be
offered at a price of $10 per
share, with minimum subscrip-
tions of $500 per parser.
Payment for the shares may be
made in United States dollars, or
State of Israel Bonds of the Inde-
pendence issue or First Develop-
ment issue, or any combination
thereof. Mr. Laskey declared
that the Fund does not anticipate
making a continuous public otter-
ing of its shares a^ter the com-
pletion of tlfe proposed public of-
fering.
In announcing the proposed of-
fering. Mr. Laskey observed that
"the establishment of the Fund.
which has the approval and sup-
port of the Governmenl ol Israel,
represents the realization of the
hopes ol many individuals both
hi re and in Israel to market an
open end fund of thi.- kml in the
I nitr.i states through normal
bunking channel.-.'
IPalmer
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Fershkos in Recital
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and the Americas, will be given
on Saturday evening by Sarah and
Hayim Fershko in the DiLido Ho-
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MIAMI SSStACH. FLOHlOA
jsrriMON a 56.'*
UKSil OX tJl-ASBe"*
euNiML oinccro
Jo JLjo onor
to all those who have .defended our beloved America, the
Jewish War Veterans and Mt. Nebo Cemetery
join together in a Memorial Day Service, and in humble
gratitude commemorate the patriotism, valor, and
sacrifice of our heroic dead.
The graves of those known to us to be War Vet<
will be decorated for the services.
You and members of your family are invited to attend o
Sunday, June 2nd, 1963
at 1 1:00 a.m.
Please bo on hand not 'later than 1045 a
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H EU. 500 IW 17th ave Orthodox,
'.lbbi Solomon Schiff.
1 r. i> m. Baturdaj I 10 a.m
Leesona from ih.- Wllder-
Hhavuol st i vices in Infin
; 16 p.m \V. ihifs.l.i i ',n
Sermon: "Meeting Sinai's
MvsjalnB 8843 p.m ijniis-
'ii. St rmon: Mmoi i.ii
10 lit tiu'iutw i.'. In in, Viz.
i lal mh ii .
OATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave
hodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
I.iy 6:45 p.m. Saturday S:8fl p m*
n: "What Ih Ih. Source ttf Jew-
V lality?" Sliaviiot urnlci's be-
.-.lay IMS pan. Wednesday
...in. Sermon: "Shavuot. the
i.iatlon and Bsaonoo of Juda-
Oenfng 6:45 |i.in Thursday
i m. Sermon -our Commit-
in- tu Turah-JudalHm are R>uf-
iti" ii a.m. vizkor eervtoes,
TH DAVID. 2825 SW 3rd ave. Con-
..iiive. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro,
.intor William W. Lipson.
a> >!:Ij p.m. Saturday It a.m.
ii e I" be conducted by Junior
Iit-u mini, siiavnut services Tuea-
i 6:80 p.m. Wednesday
nlng 1:1! p.m. Thoraday I
. services in.:in a.m.
H.m.
a.m.
HHrBR^A.CADEMY- MOO Pinetree
Qroaa?"' a"bl A'e"n0-"
s.
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON.
OREGAT.ON. 555 W. 49th St.. Hia-
Heform.
leah
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IS-R,AE>ITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malaviky. Cantor Louia Cohen.
KSE.uEJH 'SR^EL.7415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
MINYONAIRES. 3737
ern Traditional.
Bird rd. Mod-
H EMETH.
nservative.
ntor Hym.in
Ii y.m.
of Ml
12250 NW 2nd ave.
Rabbi Simon April.
Fin>
Ha- Mitzx.m Paula
:i'l .Mrs. <'li.nl
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM, 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rab-
bi Abraham Straasfeld.
Friday 1:48 p.m. Saturday s::io a.m.
Sermon: "Weekly Portion of the.
Torah. .. ,. iii. "Ethics i>f the Fa l ti-
ers'. Tuesday S:45 p.my Shavuotl
1 red .... Wednesday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Symbol ..i 81 van." Mlmlm
8:30 p.m. Thursday to a.m. Yi>
!>.'." l .m. Sermon: ".Meanms .if
ii/.kor. .-
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineai) Weber-
man.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW Sth,'
it. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice, young man is
' ... religious feclinj
:lj p.m. "In. si api aki r.
Rabbi Poses Question:
Our Youth a Problem?
By RABBI SIMON APRIL Beth Emeth Congregation
We often hear complaints against
our youth. Wherever we go, we
hear that our youth of today is a
generation of mediocrity, a gener-
ation of young people which lack
individuality. They lack spiritual
initiative. Their minds feed on
second-hand information. Their
minds are newspaper, television-
type which accepts rumor for
truth.
Of course, those who complain
admit that their indictment is not
general. They admit that there
are splendid and beautiful excep-
tions. But like all exceptions, these
also prove the rule, and the rule
is that the average young man to-
day thinks too much of what he
calls enjoyment. The average
young man today devotes prac-
tically all his leisure to the theater,
television, sports and the dance
hall.
The religion of the modern
argely a suppressed thing. He avoids giving vent to
s or emotions. If he does something wh'.ch at all re
ii! I'Uiuin. ii'M'in inn nil ii n i njHfaa
RABBI SIMON APRIL
. generation of mediocrity
o? M taTKiiSfilW*! 8: '" speaker: '"*r" "" vr ou.ououb. n ne does something which at all re
.....n s.i.....laj a i.. a.m Wed- jV1"", ,T'n' "l'^""- Editor Miami semMes a religious act. he immediately adds the trite and oft repeated
&na-m,n t: s;.;::v" ?' v.'::;;:',;.. 'Tfy$frlW*> 2 KS^'X did,that bT'use I.-,hrht il was ,he *** thiD'"
day 8:48 ...ii yttkor sermon T Suth. M'","!' |:',iuk -,,:!> l0, but,not because I am religious.' He seems to feel ashamed of
.. in.
-
H ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Or
dox. Rabby H. Louis Rottiran.
i> 6:80 p.m. Saturday I a.m.
in: "Tin- Messafp ..i the Den-
Bvealna |:M p.m. Shavuot be-
Tuewda) 8:35 p.m. Torah win
tudled throughout the night,
la) ."i an i :i a.in Sermon:
I tally Revelation of Tornh."
services 6:85 p.m. Thursday
B a in. Sermon: our Parenta
a Shavuot Meaaage for us.'
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TH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
" Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern,
aotor Maurice Mamchea.
lay ':'M p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
ion: "The ."i.lt.i .if Ki.tilt,in.'
I services heidii Tu.s.lny 6:3
Wedneaday S.lft a.m. Sermon:
K.velntltiii That i.i Bternal."
Ing 6:30 p.m. Thursday Yizkor
i a.m. Sermon: "The Torah In
. Retnemberlqa;."
th kodesh iioi SW 12th ave.
' o d e r n Traditional. Rabbi Max
iapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
I :!" p.m. Saturday 8:t5 a.m.
..n: i.n. i- Worthwnlle." liar
h. Barry, son of Mr, Hn.i lira.
.in I. iiol.1. eriin'Nnn o Mr and
Harry Han. shavuot ushered
r i.s.ia;. t:So pin. Wednesday
Thursday t:t."> a.m. viz-
ervlcea io a.m. Sermon: "The
it. Remember."
TH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
".'lodox. Ralph Krieger, secre-
y.
I > 6::io p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
'.I aervlcea Taeaday t:S0 p.m
daj h a.m. Thoraday v a.m,
i"::'.'i a.iii. Pulpit aui-st, Kab-
i AJatet,
H TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
>dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1 10 i. in. Saturday 8:80 a.m.
"ii: Democracy! What is it?"
lira. Sermon: "Rlhica 'f our
Tuesday I M m. Shn-
ushered in. Sermon: "Is It our
i nr Ood'a WordT" Mincha 1:46
Wednesday B.SI a.m. Sermon:
iiniiii,' .if our Now Account."
-t-rvi...... |O:80 nm.
TH TORAH. 164th at. and NE 11th
e. Conservative.. Rabbi Max Lip.
h|tz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
aym.
>' S:30 p.m. Sermon: "Are
h.-is anil Parents Alwaya RlKliI?"
hen and PTA Services. Satur-
v.|j a in. Bar Mltavah: Alan,
" Mr. and Mrs Max Stern;
',' s'"i f Mr. and Mrs. Rudy
aland. Shavu.il services Ik-kIii
day 7 p.m. Wednesday 8:4'. a.m.
rsdaj 8:15 a.m. Ylskor services
:i in.
rE HEIGHTS JEWI8H CONORE-
riON. 1401 NW 13rd at. Con-
vative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
"tor Emanuel Mandel.
> :16 p.m. Sermon: "Yuth-
'' for a Metier l>ay." Satur-
f::i0 u.m. Sermon: ''Forttoq of
r---k." 'I^uesdav 7 p m. Sha-
"shered Iii. Wednesday 8:10
Sermon: "Stnml'a Visible
KveniriK ii:4."i p.m. Tbuis-
...in. Sermon: "Memoilal
'I Shavuot." Yiakor services
ER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
onservative. Rabbi David Ros-
Cantor George Goldberg.
<>:j p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
Portion Of Hie Week." liar
h: <;ien an.i Qary, twin aotti
and Mrs. U.rbert Kata. Sha-
~'rv.....a Tuesday 6:45 p.in.
'.ay ;i n m. S.rinon "One
I { p.m. Thursday a.m.
'Immortality." lo:30 a.m.
Memorial Bervlcea
KUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
Indrews ave Reform. Rabbi
>rd M. Leviton
sl". p.m. Sermon: "What
-fDewlah Meana to Me." Con-
K'ii .lass, |Mt will be hinioif.l
|> ~ Shabbat.
I
will hold Memorial services wiih
Chaplain Morris 11. Klein, captain of
th.- guard of honor, officiating;. Sha-
vuot services uahered in on Tuesday
'''" p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. Stu-
dents nf Rellclous School will parti-
cipate in Shavuot services. Thurs-
day 10 a in Ylskor sermon: iiii-
aerva ami Remember."
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Morris Berger.
Friday s:I.". p.m. St rmon: "Guard-
ing the Sacred." Saturday a.m.
Tuesday (:4S p.m. llevliiniiin of Sha-
vuot Wednesday H a.m. Sermon:
"Paradise In a Wilderness Kven-
Ing ii:4."i p.m. Thui-sday 9 a.m. Yii-
kor service 10:30 a.m. Sermon: "Im-
mortality for the living." Bar Mltr-
vab: Marc, son of .\fr. and Mrs. Ray-
in.md Nadler.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 8950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Friday V.in p.m. "Ask the Raliltl"
session following aervloas, Saturday
11:15 p.m. liar Mltzvah: fiairy. son
of Mr. and Mrs. .Marvin Kantor,
Shavuoth nervlcea Wedneaday l am.
Sermon: "t'limliing Spiritual Moiin-
talns."
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Retorm
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
I riday B:1S p.m. t'onflrmaii'ls will
receive Bibles and Prayer books from
Sisterhood and Brotherhood Satur-
day n ii.in.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunilano
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
FYlday 8: IS p.m. Sermon: "How
Much of the Torah Do Jews Live by
Today?" Naming of Jodl RacheL
new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Mired
Miller. Saturday 10:30 a.m. Bat
Mltzvah: Michael, sou ill" Mr. and
Mrs William I.in. I.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 172b Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowltz. Can-
tor Ernest Stelner.
Friday 8.'t0 p in. Rabbi Memleln-
wltz will report on National Kuntt
convention. Saturday ii a.m. 1'i.st-
confirmaiion ceremonies.

TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben
Grossberg.
FYlday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Adding
L.lf to our Years." Pulpit guest,
Hurry Phllrhick. chairman member-
ship drive. Tribute to (ireat.r Mi-
ami Jewish Federation on -5th an-
niversary. Saturday 9 a.m. Sha-
vuot services Wednesday H a.m. Ser-
mon: "Standing at Sinai." Thurs-
day : a.in. S, i in.nr "We Must Not
Forget." Yizkor 10:30 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday 8:16 p.m. Special seryloa for
..hi' : Miami- Saturday 10:30 a.m. Bar
Mltzvah: Edward, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Wall.-r S. Mackauf. Wednes-
day 10:45 a.m. Sliavuut service and
Ylskor.
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M Machtel.
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon
TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrmar Cantor Hirah Adler.
FYlday S:30 p.m. Installation ser-
vice. Saturday '.I a.m. Bar Mitz-
vah: Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
S.,li,in,,n Shore; Arnold, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer Lelbovlt. shavuot
services begin Tuesday 7 p.m. Wed-
nesday I a.m. Confirmation cere-
mony. Dvenlng services 7 p.m.
Thursday 111 a.m. Ylskor 11 a.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th St
Retorm. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
FYlday 8:15 p.m, Sermon: "The Rab-
rl who is Leaving Ihe Rabbinate to
Write Plays and Novels." Certifi-
cates to members of adult education
ClaSSea. SbaVUOt services Tuesday 7
p.m.
iwiimn :::..: ..,. i

This page is prepared in
I cooprration luith the Spiritual
I Leaders of the Greater Miami -:
I Rabbinical Assn.
JABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Coordinator
-:
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFP
Gems of Wisdom
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
1 Sivan 6:47 pan.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca>
Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown.
FYlday s p.m. Sermon: "The Mad
.Monster." Saturday 10:10 a.m. Re-
ligious School students in the 4th anil
5lh grades] will participate. Wednes-
day 10:30 a.m. Shavuot and Yizkor
services. Evening 7:30 p.m. Con-
firmation servic. s.

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. liar Mltzvah: Mar-
shal daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N.
David Snyderman. Saturday 9 a.m.
Bar Mltavah: Paul, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Sheeger. Shavuot ush-
ered In Tuesday f:4s p.m. Wednes-
day S:45 a.m. Confirmation scrvlc-s.
Evening 8:4! p.m, Thursday 8:45
a.m. Yizkor Memorial Services.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
FYlday 8:15 p.m. Confirmation exer-
cise theme: "What Is Torah?" Sha-
vuot services Tuesday 6:45 p.m.
Wednesday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Ood'a
Rt-vi lation." Evening 6:45 p.m.
Thursday S:45 a.m. Sermon: "The
Eternity of Ood'a Law." iu:30 a.m.
Yizkor ser\ MX -.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Gtllf-
slream among the Nations."
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Hyman Qroaa. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Klein.
FYlday 8:15 p.m Installation of new
board inemiieis. Oneg Bhabbat hosts;
Outgoing board members. Saturday
:i a.m. Tuesday 7 p.m. Wednes-
day Shavuol services 9 a.m. ami 7
p.m. Thursdaj 8 a.m. Yizkor i"
a.m. Evening Bervlcea 7 p.m.
TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Zamora ave
Raboi Herachel Brooks. Cantor Ben
Dickson.
FYlday vi5 p.m, Sermon: "A Place
of Wilderness and Yet of Wisdom."
Saturday S:45 a.m. Sermon: "A
New Book." Bar Mltzvah: Larry,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Zoltan Upner.
Shavuot schedule: Tuesday 6::l'i p.m.
Wedneaday 8:ea a.m. ami *i:3n p.m.
Thursday 8:45 a.m. Yizkor 10:18
a.m.
TEMPLE 2ION. 5720 SW 17th at
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Was
man. Cantor Seymour Hinkea.
FTiday 8:30 p.m. Sermon "The Wild-
erness of Life." Tuesday 8:30 p.m.
'Sermon: "Do You Need Confirma-
tion?" Confirmation ceremony. Wed-
nesday 9 a.m. Shavuot services. Ser-
mon: "Divine Revelation." Evening
services 6:30 p.m. Tursday 9 a.m.
Yizkor 10 a.m. Sermon: "Remem-
bering."
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conaervativa. Rabbi Henry
Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz.
FYlday s:30 p.m. Sermon: "IMstant
Horizons." Oner Shabbat hosted by
Sisterhood in honor of graduatea.
Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Port Inn
of the Week." Tuesday 8:30 p.m.
shavuot services. Sermon: "Itulld-
ing llridges." Wednesday 9 a.m. and
8:30 p.m. Memorial Sermon: "Your
Inheritance." Thursday 9 a.m. Yls-
kor 10 a.m.
the word religion," or its adjective, religious. For this reason, his
relationship to the synagogue is nil or lukewarm. According to his
way of thinking, there is nothing in the synagogue to give him by way
of diversion. To him, the synagogue, is a good place lor the rabbi,
children, old folks, who have nothing else to do. Why should he be
found in such company? The club, the street, the arena, are the agen-
cies which appeal to him. these express exactly his views of modern
life.
To such young men may be addressed the words of our prophet
Jeremiah, "Hamidbar Hayiti L'Yisrael?" which means, "Have I been
a wilderness to Israel," or "a land of deep darkness?" Wherein lies
the fault? What is lacking? Is it vision our youth lacks, or is it spir- i
ituality, or purpose they lack?
What our youth lacks today is simple knowledge; they lack the
knowledge of the fact that they are not giving themselves a chance.
They lack the knowledge of being able to tell the difference between
the plaything of life and the real lasting life.
I would suggest to our youth to spiritualize their amusements,
spiritualize them so that men may enjoy the best and feel better for
having taken part in them. Spiritualize them by developing body as
well as mind and spirit.
13630 W. Dixie
Cantor Maur-
YEHUDAH MOSHE.
hwy. Conservative.
ice Neu.
FYlday 8:13 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
Bar Mltzvah: Lawrence, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Chasin. Shavuot
schedule Tuesday 7 p.m. \V. .Ims.l..\
a.in. and 7 p.m. Thursday 9 a.m.
Yizkor Memorial aervlcea i"::ii> a.m,
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday8:86 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
Sermon: "The End of Outer." Slia-
vuot aervlcea uahered in Tueaday
IMS p.m. Wedneaday '.' a.m. Bet -
n.oii: "Kabalath Hat..rah'' Evening
6:45 p.m. Thursday 9 .i.w\ Ylskor
10:30 a in.
GEMS OF WISDOM
As God permeates the Universe.
- \o the Law has found its tvay
' lrroiig all mankind. J0SBPHU8.
* *
Scriptures likens the Torah to
he desert, to fire, and to water, for
!il(e these three, it is free to all.
MBKILTA.
* *
The Holy One offered the Torah
to all nalions, end none but Israel
s accepted it. rabbi yohanan.
* ? *
When God created the wori4. He
.stipulated If Israel accepts My
5 Law. well and good; if not, let
i chaos return. talmud.
* *
This book; >( the law shall not
^depart out of thy mouth, but thou
I shalt meditate therein day and
I night, bible.
see
Torah abides ifith him uvho sac-
i rifices all for it. SOTA.
*
At Sinai, Cod was the groom.
I Israel the bride. Torah the mar-
riage certificate, and Moses the best
man. pirki. DE rabbi EL1BZER.
xiinuniiiiiii.miiinumnaiiiiiiiiii Miiim ii
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why do the pious ones stay awake
all night during the first night
of the Shavuoth holiday? (This
year, Tuesday evenirg. May
29.)
The source for this is the Zoh*
who writes that "The pious of oli-
en times would not sleep on this
night; but would occupy them-
selves with the (study of) the
Torah." Some claim this is done
because of a condition which pre-
vailed on this night during the
event of the Revelation of the
Torah at Sinai which the festival
of Shavuoth commemorates.
The Midrash tells us that the
people of Israel were asleep on
this night and the Almighty had
to send Moses to awaken them
before he could give them the
Torah. Therefore Jews stay awake
during this night every year to
make amends for the shortcom-
ings of their ancestors at Sinai.
According to this explanation the
various passages recited from the
Torah during this night are call-
ed Tikkun" because the word
comes from a root which means
"to fix or to amend." The Zohar
claims that this night has a mystic
connotation in the sense that a
spiritual fusion takes place be-
tween the Almighty and his chos-
en people.
Rabbi Simeon bar Yochai is
quoted as saying "Let us prepare
the adornments for the bride (the
people of Israeli so that she ap-
pears before the Heavenly Ruler
tomorrow fully adorned. The
adornments of our people have al-
ways consisted of its learning and
study of the Torah."
In accordance with this explan-
ation the word "Tikkun" would in-
dicate the scene of preparation,
in the sense that the study of the
various passages during the night
adorn and prepare Israel for its
annual fusion with the Almighty on
the morrow. There are later com-
mentaries who claim that the re-
quirement to stay awake all night
may be reminiscent of the original
commandment in the Bible (Ex-
odus 19:11) which asked the men
to separate from their wives on
the night before the acceptance
of the Torah so that they be totally
committed to Deity upon the act
of receiving the Torah.

Why do many people in Israel
make a pilgrimage to King
David'* Tomb on Shavuoth?
The day of Shavuoth is both the
birthday and the day of the pass-
ing of King David. Thus, those
in Israel who can, make the pil-
grimage to his tomb so as to visit
his resting place on his Yahrzeit,
the same as the grave of a par-
ent is visited on the Yahrzeit.
It is for this same reason that
some claim we read the Book of
Ruth on that day, since the book
gives the geneology of King Dav-
id, who was a descendant of Ruth.


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LwlntnarxHan
Friday, yxQy
24,
Our Film Folk: By HERBERT G. IUFT
Man With the Einstein Face Plans Ben Casey's Boss
Hollywood
SAM JAF-
FE, who
port rays Dr.
David Zorba.
sndekiek to the
impetuous neu-
ro-surgeon Ben
Casey in ABC's
television ser-
ies, called us to his home in
Beverly Hills for an interview
on the eve of his departure to
Em-ope. where he will spend
morth vacationing in Denmark
and Italy, in addition to attend-
ing a film-festival in Spam. On
his trip he will be accompan-
ied by Bettye Ackerman. who
is not only his wife of six years,
but as his co-star, portraying
Dr Maggie Graham, the spec-
ialist in the field of anesthes-
lology in the very same Ben
Casey TV series
The likeness of actor Sam
Jaffe has become so synony-
mous with the medical profess-
ion that people stop him on the
streets in Los Angeles to ask
for a remedy for their ailments.
Jaffe tells me that, most re-
cently, a cop called him lo the
site of a street accident be-
cause he recogniied in him the
old doc from the screen who in
his mind and in the mind of
millions of viewers has become
an M.D.. a fact the actor con-
cedes with a smile.
At 66. Sam Jaffe is a man of
infinite jest with a lust for life
and an unquenchable thirst for
knowledge A graduate as a
mathematics major from City
College of New York, he was
dean of mathematics at the
Bronx Cultural Institute before
he became an actor. He once
considered becoming a concert
pianist, and some of his com-
positions have been performed
on radio and in Carnegie Hall
An accomplished linguist, he is
fluent in Hebrew. French. Ital-
ian and German, and currently
is studying Japanese.
Sam Jaffes theatrical career
started during his tenure as a
math teacher at the Bronx Cul-
tural Institute. Edward Good-
man, of the Washington Square
Players, saw Sam play six char-
acters in an amateur produc-
tion staeed by the school's teach
ers. and induced Jaffe to join a
company on tour Sam never
returned to teaching.
His first noteworthy job on
Broadway was in "The Jazz
Singer. starring Al Jolson In
1930. he got star billing in the
production of -Grand Hotel."
creating the character of Krin
gelein in the dramatization of
the Vicky Baum novel, later to
be played in the movie version
by the late Lionel Barryrnore.
Persuaded to go to Hollywood,
he appeared first in the Josef
von Steinberg production of "The
Scarlet Empre--.'' starring Mar
lene Dietrich. For many years.
the name of Sam Jaffe was iden-
tified with the High Llama of
"Lost Horizon" and Gunga Din
in the picture of the same name.
In 194". he portrayed the Ein-
stenlike physicist Prof. Lieber-
man in the sensational movie.
Gentleman's Agreement" In
quick succession, followed lead-
ing parts in 13 Rue Madeleine.''
Rope of Sand." "Under the
Gun." "I Can Get it for You
Wholesale." am: The Da.
Earth Stood Stii! It '"
1850 that Sam Jaffe vo's
Venice International Ar the "best male perform*- '
the year," an Edgar Award
an Academy Award nominal
for his performance in John ii,
ton's "The Aspn. Jungle"
, Six years ago. Ban ptev^,
title role on Br. thray -
lere's "Tartuffe a perform,,
of his we had en earlier <
Hollywood I. The part oi iij
was played b> Betty* AdtJ
man They wen married
months later. Alter to-ring"
"The Lark" with Julie H*.
Sam went to Par;- to co-star]
"Les Espion- .: l0TtSii
French with iitenutM
cast. He then wenl to Japan^
the Jahn Wajyna starrer
Barbarian and th< <,
Browsing With Books: HILARY MINDL1N
Fiorello La Guardia -- Man Who Licked Tammany
FIORELLO LA GUARDIA By Bella Redman, in
collaboration with Philip Sterling. 16 pp. of
phonographs. 24* pp. New York: Hill and
Wang. 141 Fifth Avenue. SJ.tS.
I IKE THE Little Flower" himself. Bella Rod
man's cvotraphy of Fiorello La Guardia rr
fast The story of the dynamic little guy who lick-
ed the Tammany t:ger and swept out the Aegean
stable of New York's city hail like a diminutive
Hercules was just begging to be written. Mrs. Rod-
man, a 50ctal worker and later, under the New
Deal, supervisor of a home relief bureau, has pour-
ed al the warmth and fire of the beloved Mayor
teto his story.
The passion and nostalgia of the New Deal days
when left was right and all the conflicts were clear,
when the unemployed, graft-ridden and tuberculous
shun dwellers squatted oa the streets begging for
a man on the side of the angel!thi- and the pun-
flavor of justice roa>tinn tiger moat to a turn
lie through the book Along with the solid bis-
tcry. of course, goes one anecdote after another
"His hair-trigger temper was balanced by live-
ly wit and the e;ft of laughter. With an adroit
thrust he once silenced his opponent. Henry Frank.
who solicited Jewish voters because he was himself
Jewish After all' La Guardia asked, is he look-
ing for a job as a schames (custodian of a syna-
gogue) or does he want to be elected Congress-
man*' Nor was La Guardia himself above capital-
izing on his quarter-Jewish ancestry or his knowl-
edge of Yiddish: be once invited Frank to debate
with him in Yiddish, knowing full well Frank
couldn't speak a word of it
The authors have recreated in the boldest of
living colors the images of the half-century when
iy DAVID SCHWAETZ
A Sense of Humor as the Bullets Wined
ON APRIL 29, Israel celebrated
her ISth birthday. Who cat I
forget The stories of the day wher
she won iDdepeadeace* One storv
that I particularly remember was
of a woman who got into a cab
m Jerusalem The shots were fly-
ing all about. Whiz! Whiz: Bu-
the driver paid no attention u
them. He kept on talking to the
woman in Hebrew
The woman couldn't understand it. "Man shiest,
und er redt loshen kodesh!" ("They are sbooung.
and he talks to me in Hebrew")
The good woman of course didn't understand
the efficient Israeli spirit. They were always do-
ing two tbiags at the same time The Chahuim
always went about with the gun and the plow to-
gether, and this driver also was doang the tame
thing. While ducking the shot, be figured, he might
as well be practicing up on his Hebrew
Eventually, of course, the shooting stopped.
When the statehood of Israel was assured, the joy
was great. Men and women poured into the
streets embracing one another. When the blue-and-
vhite flag of Zaon passed, a young man shouted:
"Long live Israel" An elderly man who was stand-
ing beside him thoughtfully asked. "On what0"
That was a problem, of course. The economy
had been disrupted, and thousands of new immi-
grants were entering. How would they live''
True, a new government had been established
with a Prime Minister, a Minister of the Exterior
and a Minister of the Interior. Maybe that would
be a solution. Make everybody a Minister, put
them in the Cabinet and there would be no unem-
ployment. Even a Minister of Finance had come
ii;to being The much lamented Eleazar Kaplan
was the Minister of Finance, an excellent choice,
but with what would he pay the state bills'
The Israeli Mary was that every time a bill
came before him. Mr. Kaplan put on his hat He
would cover his head. That was the only thing
he could cover. The Israelis might joke, but they
were confident They knew it was said in the
Gemara that God always creates the "refueh" be-
fore the "makkehthe remedy before the disease.
The Israelis at this time, in fact, manifested
a fertility of solutions for their economic problems
ithout precedent ia history.
America came of age: from the depn ( 1JK.
- Arm) through two world -too.
nark- I ind the painful end of trx of spec
lal privilege and the beginning of hope I r the little
La Guardia left his mark or. ne best : progrctt Those who still remember Mat
reading the funnies, broadcasting Italian recipes,
lighting fire-, conducting bands and revivifying
New York will love this book: those too ung for
the-e memories cannot help but be enchanted to dis-
eovcr that America had this little hero who IN
vcr\ big indeed.

HATZKEL THE WATER CARRIER. By A. IX-
devon. 172 pp. Now York: Pactant Pre**, |
101 Fifth Ave. 13.00.
Mr Duvdevon's first novel is a scenic remem-l
brance of ihe little Polish shtetl in which he wasl
born. It goes through the year with the Jewish!
holiday*, peopling the celebrations with the shtetlj
community, their foibles and fables. I'niike Sholea|
Aleichem, however, the aathor is content to Wl|
rather pointless tales in a fairly superficial wiy
While it is good to see that there are still recollec-
tions of this destroyed Jewish life coming fortk:
tbey will have to be of higher Uteri:; quality to
recommend themselves to a large rea> r-hip.
Foreign News Ltflor By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Nasser Rides Again
r!E MIDDLE EAST
well now he on the
hold of a ne* era-for
or for worse Al >. U>
ture is too obecure for an
to judge the erection in
development be mo~
the days ahead and g.
meaning and MgnifKirce
the accelerate-' momentumj
wards Arab -
Surely it is too t"^H
deavor a thorough er
of the developments of
the |
tytOtC SMOIAR Sefwe*. Ym mi He:
t of the development wi -'
weeksthe overthrow of the regimes in L-aq and
and the Cairo "unity" talks that followed. '>to *
nounced objective of establishing a "federation"
Syria and Egypt.
On the very last day that Iraqi and Syrian
tions were meeting in Cairo with Col. Nasser,
i ommander in-Chief of the Syrian Arm> said *
President Kennedy Has Little Time Left to Think
unifica
av.'Hi
IT IS SAID that President Kennedy ul
seriously thinking of plans to at-j
tempt to bring about Arab-Israel] talks.
If be really is thinking in this cfaree-
tioe. he would ha\e to act quickly. De-
velopments in the Middle East do aot\
leave much tune for watchful wiitnag
Now is the time for the United S
to test the Arab leaders on whether theyl
are really allies of the Westas the!
Stale Department thinksor whether they
fooling Washington.
And the best test would be to ndoce the Arab lead-
f the tripartite federataoo to sit with Israel and talk
peace terms. Th.s would pot an end to the armaments
race between the Arab countries and Israel aad would
| -tabthzauon and prosperity to all countries involv-
ed. Otherwise, there wiil be many serious critical mom-
are simply
ents in the Arab-Israel conflict within the next month.
Especially since Israel will soon complete its water velopment project which the Arabs threaten to react.
American Jews should similarly be on the alert to
the developments taking place in the countries neighbor-
Israel and should not take ,t for granted that all
is quiet on the Arab-Israel from. Overnight. *u ,cJn
and maocia support to the defense of Israel and not
" .VhIH P ,h *b?r?U ( **& there i-h
the differences between Nmmt and the leaders of
, and Iraq may | ne ^
Arab Republ.c-and : |] N, anfereiue.-th
do* exist with regard to Israel d
...^P* g"1"?"!!" CJW on behalf of all
lerauon plcdgin, the hb
e.-auon,
mascus Radio that "the movement for t.ne
the I AJl Syria and Iraq is actually unL
ian statesmen, including five ex-Cabinet memoen
had been exiled for their pro-Nasser:-: "cUvlt'eMl
cenied reentry into Syria when they landed at D
mrpon. they were turned back.
This fact is only one indication oi th* !ack i
>!'t>' and a uniform policy line of th > rtgl\J
.iear indication of a y"K
approach and \iew between the leader> of the Ba^
and the military, the latter being quit' clearlj "
hr a quick tie-up with Nasser
Whether or not the Baath lead*:- '
military to run the "show" and deterrr.. '"e
action is of course a fundamental question, tn
which may hold the kev to future de\clopni
unportanci Hen taa m the fact that the I
Iraq and in Syria marked a significant depn"" \
\: wai the first time that t "P in
iry had bchud it not onlv tanks al
a polltieal force. Inhareai i"
promise of putting an end to the long lint oi c0Up'
or that group of officer> who at at*
miment could secure the support of the i
II


Friday. May 24. 1963
LEGAL NOTICE
UtaMMt maiiUMi
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
:lEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 4716
|\i:.IOIUE SUZANNE RBIB,
I'luiS
n
i. w REIS.
i ii fi ndant.
6UIT FOR DIVORCE
.i' w. REIS
- tanle; siroiin
. .. Yalmont 2i>
|.us.. mi.-. S itzci land
v V'M-:i> w. reis, arc herebj
Rifled i.'i BUI of Complaint for
haa ban niii against you,
requlri d to aerve a cop}
Answer or Reading t > iho
in ,f Complaint mi in.' Plaintiff's
I Stanford I.. Muchnlck, c o
& Muonnlok, tin Tim Street,
| h 41. Florida ami f11.- the
Answer or Pleading in tin
i f the ( i. ik of the Circuit C.....I
the Ird of .Inn.-. IMS.
ail to ii" s... Judgment bj id
|uli aril] be taken against you for
in.: demanded in the BUI ol
i
i n..v shall be publish.il once
L ael for tour conaecutlve urrhs
wish FLORIDIAN.
I: A Mi ORDERED at Miami,
i.ml... : < 1st day of May. A 11.
K B LEATHERMAN, clerk,
n. ii.hI.' County, Florida
B} : K. M I.Y.MAN.
Deputy Clerk
______________________'..t-in-iT-.-i
NOTICE UNDER
ric-n-nous name law
IS 111:t:i:i:v GIVEN that
gned, dealiing to engage in
under the Mctltloua name of
i mera Center at 737, s.w.
South .Miami, Florida in-
- iii register .-.mi name with the
if the Circuit Court i.f Dade
Florida
f IMDEL it da Now
n i loodman A Hottsman
N. Holtaman
in y for Samuel R. Danow
Building
. Florida
r. 1-10-17-24
Page 15-A
Mymu
BY HENRY LEONARD
"For your birthday, dear, from all of us .
iust a little something where you can practice
what you preach."
Cpr. I*4J, Boynu PreduclUni
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, dealrlng to engage
isineai under the fictitious name
I'ALMETTO FARMERS' MAR-
1 at 1601 N.W. IWrd Street, Hla-
Ptorlda, int. ri i to reg-
ime with th.' Clerk of
Court Ida.
ni'i :t or Fi,oRin\, int.
RICH-MILL OF FUHUDA, INC.
JAT-BKT CORPORATION
l'Kfj DuPont Plaza <'liter,
Miami tt, Florida
i.tman. COHEN & ROBERTS
for Applicant
. YVAI.TMAX
.'.'3. 1(1, 17, 54
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
lEVET-TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
.FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No 63C 4366
\. ,.YN WEINER,
,
;.- \\ i:i.\i:k.
suit for d'vorce
u i:ini:u
;
< \. w Toi k
i- \\ KINER, an hi n hy
n Bill of Complnii I
been fib .1 againal you,
"till tn eel \-- a popj
i oi Pleading to the
Mini on the Plalntlfl
SOL ALEXANDER, One
B Mine. Miami Beai ll,
nd file the original Anaw< i
In the office of the Cli rk
' it Court mi nr before iiu
-I May. i:..;:;. if y,,ii fall m
ueni by default in in
t .Mm tor the relief de-
Ho- Hill ..f t'nmplaint.
Tins ni shall 1. published once
in nf, for four conaecutlve week*
[THE JEWISH FUiKIDIAN.
">NH AXIi ORDKRED at Miami.
flda, UUa Mrd day of April. A.D.
LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
PV '. i int. Dade County. Florida
i By: I.. SNEKDEN.
Deputy Clerk
______________________5/i. 10. 17,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COLNTY. IN CHANCERY,
..... No. 63C 4719
} A -'.' M.M IIIN.
flu ,
MAND MACHIN.
I
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Mm MACHIN
dubon Avenue
N 1 rk City, N.-w York
" MAN'In. MACHIN, are
'led i hat a BUI of Com-
Divorce ha- h.-.-n Hied
I '- and you are required to
[' i'ol your Answer nr Plead-
Bill ,.i Complaint ..n the
tiornei. Banford I,. Much-
.' 71si Street, Miami Reach
1, and lili- the original Ai\-
f,. r 'ading in the office of the
I,," '"'"'"it Court on <.r he-
| ne 3rd ,|;,v ,,f .|llm> 1943. |f you
I. Iiidem.-iu by default will
I agalnet you for the relief
I I In ti Bill of Complaint.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBX GIVEN that
the undersigned, dtairlng to engage
In bUKlness under the flctlllous name
>f PONO-8HA-NOON-8 CHINARAMA
at number 16^'..l W. Dixie Hv. in
tin- pity of North Miami Beach, Flor-
ida int.-mis to register the aald narrfe
with the Clark of the Circuit Court
of liinli. County, Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida, Ibis Cth
day of May, 1963.
CHINARAMA. IN '
By Alvln oirhak. President
Robert E. Wlllner, Secy. Iieas
MTBR8, HEIMAN, KAPLAN
& CAT8MAS
1150 S.W. 1st street
Miami. Florida
Kenneth M Myers
Attorney 101 Applicant
5 I". 17, :*. SI
LEGAL NOTICE
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
\r.Tiiri! ,i \sti\ AROXSOX,
Plaintiff.
\s.
I.i IRRAINR AROXSl >N,
I >i Umlaut.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LORRAINE AROXSON
Smith
4i IfcLellan Btreel
Dorchester, Massachusetts
Vmi, lAJRKAIXE AKOXSON, are
hereby notified that -i Bill of Com-
plaint for Pivot,,- has been filed
against you, and you are reojulred to
s,-i\.- a cop) of your Ahsw.-i or Plead-
ing t" the BUI of Complaint on the
Plaintiff- Attorney, fi ICO BOB KA8-
TENBACM, ESQ., KASTENBAUM,
MAMBER, QOPMAX A KP8TEIX,
i m>- Lincoln Road Building, Miami
Beach, Florida, and rile the original
Answer "i I'leading in the office of
the Clerk of the cii.uit Court on oi
befoi. th. Sid day of June, 19(11, if
^ii fail tn do bo, judgment by de-
: fault will I" taken again*) you tor
the relief demanded In the Bill of
, i 'i>mplalnt.
rii notice -hall be published once
it i avi .. -11>
, n THE JEWISH FU iRIDIAN.
DONE AM' OKDERED at Miami,
l' >i !<' 111 24th da] of April, A O.
, I96S.
i: l: LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Ciri i Court, 1 lade 'ounl), Floi Ida
(seal) 0 K M NTMAN
I leputy Clerk
IBOROE K \SI KNHAl'M, Esq.
Ka-ti nbaum, Mamber, Qopman
,\ Epstein
Attoi n. v for Plaintiff
5/S-10-17-S4
LEGAL NOTICE
LEATHERMAN. Cleric,
irt, l lade Count}', Florida
" By: K. \| l.YMAN.
Deputy Clark
8/S-10-17-24
rrTlNITICE UNDER
ITIOUS NAME LAW
f^h E is HEREBY OIVEN that
I.- tt. desiring to engage
null i- the rictltloua na.....
.,!'- Vl'Al.lTV KOSHER MEAT
' -ntV at IS21 WashltiKton
t Mian i Beach, Florida, Intend
I ild name with the Clerk
I, mi Court nf Had.- Cn.in-
Bl i FEDER
HELEN FEDER
I iu .
.' 17, M, 31. I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 59282-B.
IN RE: Estate of
Wll.IJAM SHANE
1 kecenaed,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Againal Said
Estate:
gou are hereby notified and re-
mand* which you may have against
the estate of WIIJ.IAM SHANE d-
Oeaaed late of Dude County. Florida,
to the County JuilKes of Hade Cotin-
tv. and file the same In duplicate and
as provided ill Section 733.16, Florida
statute-. In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the tirst publication here-
of or tin- same will be hatred.
Bated at Miami, Florida, thla 10th
lav of April. A.D. I9S.
NOHMAN A. SHANK
As Executor
Law < if flee*
ALBERT I. tt'EINTRAl'B
A. JAY CRI8TOL
219 Becurlt) Trusr BIdg
Miami SS, Florid i
B> : A. Ja> Ci Istol
Attorne) tot Executor
fi 8-10-17-X4
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Aeta of 1941
File AA-20979
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
|i; Corporation holder of County Tax
Sale Certificate No. ".H43 issued tho
1st day of June. A.I>. IML has filed
sani.- In my office, and has made ap-
plication for a tax deed to !* iBSUOd
thereon. Said Certificate embraces the
foliowlng described property In the
County of Dade. Slate of Florida, to-
wit *
Uota a ft Ii Block 14, Coconut C.rove
Bed Part 1 nl Coral Gables, Plat
I.....k 14 Page 2a, tn the Count) Ol
Dade, State of Florida
The assessment of said properly im-
dar tha said certificate as in the
name of: Samuel Emllch,
[Tnlesi said certificate shall be re-
deeraed according lo law. the prop-
erty described herein will be -"Id i"
the highest bidder l Ihe Court House
dooi mi the tlrsl Momlaj In the month
of June, IM3, which Ii Hie 8rd dgy oi
June IMS
Dated till" lOOl daj M'ril. lM.
K. B. LEATHERMAN,
i ', ik i.i i ii. nil '"in I.
Dade i 'ounD Floi Ida
(MBt) p. R M LBEPER,
i>put> Clerk
io 'T-:i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C5276
WILLIAM A. 8CHREINER, JR.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DOROTHY Dt'NCAN BCHREINER,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Dorothy Duncan Bohrelner
I .ii Mt V.rnon Place, Apt. 1"-.I
Newark, Now Jeraey
You. Dorothy Duncan Schrelner, are
hereby notified that a Bill ..f Com-
plaint for Divorce bus 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
plaintiff's Attorney. Hilary F. Silver-
man. M-112 Blacayne Building, Miami
32, Florida, ami tile the original An-
swer or Pleading In the office of the
Clerk of the circuit Court on or be-
fore the lMh day of Jim.-. 196S. If
you fail to do so, Judgment will be
taken againal you tor the relief de-
manded in tin- Bill of Complaint.
This notice .-hail be published once
each week tor tour consecutive Weeks
in Tlii: JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
I'n.Ni: AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, tin- 1 lib day of May, A I '
i: I'- LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
cin mt Com i. I lade Count>. I lorida
i: K M LYM W
I leputy i 'Ii i U
HILERY F. SIEVERM w
M-112 Bisc iv lie Uulld
Miami S, Floi Ida
Attoi io v I"! I 'I.i int iff
S 17, 24, II, 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 98
DOLLAR SAVINGS HANK OF THE
env OF NEW YORK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ALFRED L. LASHER et nx
Dofandnnta,
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: ALFRED L. LASHER
".90 Hoston Nick Road
North Kingston. Rhode Island
You are hereby notified that the
above raptloned action has been insti-
tuted against you in the Circuit Court
of the ELEVENTH Judicial circuit
of Florida In and tor Dade County
to foreclose a mortgage upon the fol-
lowing described real property:
Lot in. Block 1L'. set itt LAKE
manor SECTION six, according
to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat
Hook 6S, Page 11 of the Public ltec-
onis of Dad.- County, Florida
You ai.- required to file your an-
swer to plaintiffs complaint with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs
attorney MARTIN FINK. I4lh Floor
Dade Federal Bldg.. Miami S2, Flor-
ida not later than May S7th, l63, or
a Decree Pro Confesso will lie entered
against you,
DATED: April 21. 1963.
E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dad.- County, Florida
(seal) B) : c. P. Cl 1PELAND
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
14th Floor Bade Federal Bldg.
Miami 32, Florida
4/26. 5/3 IO. 17. 24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 59544-A
IN RE: Estate of
(H'SSIi: MARGIN a l< a
GCB8IE FINKEL8TEIN a k a
GUS81E GOLLINGER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
Bat a te:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of C.l'SSIE MABC.IN a/k/a GU8-
SIE HNKELSTEIN a/k/a GC88IB
HOLLINGBR deceased late of Dade
County. Florida, to the County Judges
nf Dade County, and file tho sume In
duplicate and as provided In Section
733.16, Florida Statutes, In their of-
fices in the County Courthouse In
Dad.- County. Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, pr the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 13th
day of May, A.D. 1*63.
/a/ BERNARD GOLLINGER
/s/ DAVID GOLLINGER
As Executors
HTM AN P. C.ALBCT
Attorney for Executors
240 .Mil St.. Miami Beach, Fla.
5/17, 24. 31. 6/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59500-B
In RK: Estate of
IIAKBY D. FINBERC.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
said Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the
estate of HARRY D. FINHKltC. de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, nnd file the same in duplicate
and a* provided In Section 733.16,
t lorida Statutes, In their office- In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Horida. within six calendar
months from the time of the first
Enbllcntlon hereof, or the same will
e barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th
da] "f May. AD. 1963.
DORA II FINftBRG
EDNA B. FINBERG
as Co-Executrlcea
First publication of tins notice on
the 17th day nf May. 1963. ......
VRONOVTTZ, SHACK .< SCII1-.B
Attorneys tor Co Executrlcea
r.117 Alnsle> Building
Mi.,,,,, ss. Florida H ,;
NOTICE OF SUIT
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No 63C 4889
EDITH BRADY,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
CHARLES P. BRADY,
Defendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl CHARLES P BRADS
93 Mendola Street
Buffalo 15, New York
YOU I II.MO.i.S. 1 I.U...IY" are llele-
iiv notified rtai a Hill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and yon are required to serve a
copy nf your Answer or Pleading to
the BUI "i Complaint on the Plaint-
iff's Attorney, EDWARD Hl'BAK,
11 Rngel and Pollack, 19 Weal Ftag-
" Miami, Florida and file the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
.a before Ihe 10th day of June. 1663.
If you fall iii do -n. judgment bj de-
fault iii he taken against you tor
the relli r d< manded In the BUI of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
.nil w.ek tor tour consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Horida, this Sth day of May, A.D.
1963.
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade i ,unity, Horida
(seal) By: L. S. Del'lKTBO
Deputy Clerk
EDWARD IICSAK
c/o Kneel and Pollack
19 West Flnxler. Miami. Ha.
Attorney for Plaintiff
.". 10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslriug to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of KRAMER REALTY at MO 69th
St., Miami Beach 41, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Cminty,
Horida.
MITCHEL KRAMER
Owner
B'lO, 17, 24, 31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GTVBN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage In
business under tii fictitious name nf
HUNTER BPRAY SERVICE at Mi-
ami, Dade County Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court ol Dad.- Cminty. Horida.
ALBERT VUAN'A ENTERPRISES,
INC.
Bar,: Albert Vrana. President
Aronovltx. Silver ft Scher
Attorneys for Applicant
Ainsl.-y Huildlng
5 :;-in-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name* of
Ye Old.- Print Shoppe; Ye Ohio Off-
set Shoppe: Ye Olde Mimeograph
Shoppe: at 2S..3 Coral Way, Miami 45,
Fla., Intend to register sold names
with the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
CHARLES M. FREEFIBLD
MARIAN FREEFIBLD
.V3-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious turn
,,i MANUFACTURERS CLOTHING
OUTLET STORES, al Dade County.
Fla Intends t" register said name
with the Clerk "( the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
JOSEPH s BROWN
6 I". IT. 2 1. SI
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Je*isti ncric/iarj
olicits your legal notice*.
Wo appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
MHal FR 3-4M5
lor messenger sendee
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59432 C
In RE: Estate of
MAURICE G0LDBOS8
I lei-eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Aguln.-t
Said Batata:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you ma> have against the
estate of MAURICE GOLD BOSS, de-
ceased late of Dad.- County, Horida.
to tin- County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16.
Horida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Horida. within sis calendar
months from the time of tin- first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 8tll
day of Mas. A 1. 1961
/s' CHARLES GOLDBOSS
As Executor
First piiiiiicatinii of thi- notice on
the 17th dav of Mav. IA63.
THEODORE It. NELSON
Attorney for Executor
107 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
8/17, 21. SI, 6-7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to emfage
In business under the fictitious names
of BAY TERRACE and DAY TER-
RACE ASSOCIATES at 12"." West
Avenue. Miami Beach, Horida. in-
tend to register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Horida.
MARVIN KLEIN
BAHNETT GUTHABTZ
MARTIN FINK
Attorney for Applicants
14th floor. Dade Federal Bldg.
Miami ;!2, Horida
S/, 16, 17, 24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring 1.....- Ii
business under the fictitious name 0
KAPPY'S LUNCHEONETTE .\
JUICE BAR ai 1 163 Collins Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, Fla Intend to reglati
said iiam. with tin- ci. rk "i th< Cir-
cuit Com t ol Badi 1'. .inn \. Florl Iu.
GLADYS GORIN
RUTH \X\ PAZANSKI
1 Iwners
JAY BURTON KEYS
Attoi ney tor < nei
r./i7.21 a
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
In business under the fictitious 11.1111.
of WINDSOR TAVERN ut S781 S.W
th Street. Miami. Florida, intends (.
register said name with th. Cl.-rk of
the Circuit Court of Dad.- County,
Horida.
MAURICE MAISONVILLE
Sole Owner
KESSLER A OARS
Attorneys for Applicant
is s.w. 1st street
Miami, Florida
f./l", 17. 21. SI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name 01
PALMETTO PLAZA at SHI N W. 79th
Si reel, Miami. Florida Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Cl.-rk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Horida.
PALMETTO CORP., a Fla. Corp.
By: R. O. Lovell, President
HARRY H. TBJTELMAN
Attorne} for Palmetto Corp.
I3is n.w. 7th Btreel
Miami. Florida
:. 17. 24, ii, I 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of FERMAN .* CO, at inn AlnsW)
Building, Miami, Horida, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Ciaintv,
Hot Ida.
FOBERT L. FER MAN-
MILTON FERMAN
JOAN A. OILMKK
HERBERT SCHWEITZER
ROSS. STAMKR. WOLF HAFT
Attorneys for Ferman Co.
122 East 12nd St.. New York City
:. 17. 24. 31. 6-7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
in business under the flctlti ills names
of APPROVED TAN CONSULTANTS.
APPROVED TAN SERVICE ai .'.74
N.K. 115th Street, North Miami. Flor-
ida Intends to reglStel said name- with
the clerk of the Circuit Courl of Bade
County, Florida,
O. it. SCHWARTZ
HENRY \. KAMI'
1J2I \\ ,-hingtnli Av<
Miaou Beach, I
Attorne.\ I01 APPBi iVEl 1
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by ISABEL GROVE
New officers of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
Auxiliary installed at a dinner dance at the
4 Dupont Plaza Hotel last Saturday evening.
Left to right are Mrs. Benjamin Glasser, Mrs.
Benjamin Oren, Mrs. Morris Blau, Mrs. Doran
Zinner. Mrs. Ted Lotterman, president, Mrs.
Lawrence Adler, Mrs. Philip Goldman, Mrs.
Nat Strauss, and Mrs. Norman Brown. Mrs.
Nathaniel Levin, who has served as president
for five terms, was presented with a plague
and made an honorary "Godmother" of the
hospital. Dr. Benjamin Oren served as mas-
ter of ceremonies.
L W
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"World
JFewiislti Floridiaxi
Dora Stein Sisterhood Elects
Election ot officers will be held
during a meeitng on Monday even-
ing of the Dora Stein Sisterhood.
Israelite Center.
Program will feature a play on
Jewish Family and Children's
vliami. Florida, Friday. May 24, 1963
Section B Service.
News to make a parent proud.
Erika Weissberger, junior at
Howel Academy, Hovvey-in-t he-
Hills. Fla.. was "tapped" by Na-
tional Honor Society She's
the daughter of Mrs. Milton (Lu-
cille) Weissberger of Miami
Beach Membership in the
society, highest honorary organi-
zation in secondary schools
throughout the country, is based
on scholarship, leadership, char-
acter and service .
Mrs. Ida Orlansky, member of
one of Miami's pioneer families,
celebrated her 87th birthday re-
cently at a party given for her
by granddaughter, Mrs. Harold
Berkowitz Surrounded by her
immediate faimly and a few very
close friends, it was a real hap-
py, happy .
For little Stephen Halpert. it
was birthday number 3 His
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanton
Halpert hosted a party for him
in their home at 3420 Royal Palm
Ave. Highlight of the af-
fair was a trophy in the shape
of a huge numeral "3" designed
by the young man's uncle, Bud-
dy Halpert .
Plaintive note in her sister's
voice sent Selma (Mrs. Lou)
Fried packing for the 3,000 mile
trip to Los Angeles She ]U3t
couldn't resist when Dorothy
(Mrs. Adolph) Stein said she
lonesome for a siyht of her .
Selma left Sunday, and it M ill
be many weeks before the Stem
family will lot her return .
Mrs. Lewis Rogers of Bay i
bor Islands leaving next week
for an extensive trip thro>
France, Italy, Switzerland and
Israel ... Of particular inter
to her will be the ORT Schools
in the countries visited Mr?.
Rogers is an active and interest'
ed member of the Greater Miami
Chapter, Women's American
ORT .
Confined too long to the Miami
Heart Institute, Lou Margulies
making his wife Syd as well as
his many devoted friends much
happier now Uiat he is finally
convalescing at home on Miami
Beach ...
Some anxious moments tor
Edith Zipp, Charmingly Yours of
The Jewish Floridian Her
mother Ann (Mrs. Henry) Shier
in Jackson Memorial Hospital
for major surgery She-
hoping thai the hospital will give
the green light to visitors next
week .
MRS. HILDA IAZARUS
3
B B. Women Select
Mrs. Robert Litt
Mrs. Robert Litt. founder presi
-nt of Hatikva Chapter 1143
nai B'rith Women, was recently
stalled for a secopd term. Cere-
ny, conducted by Mrs. Alfred
eich, president BB District 5.
as hold at the Algiers Hotel.
Other officers installed are Mrs.
ose Dubin. Mrs. William Harris,
Irs, Morris Weiner. vice presi-
entt; Mrs. Al Rothstein, treasur-
r; Mrs. Bernard Lifton, Mrs.
Irudy Caster, Mrs. William Gor-
rikle. secretaries; Mrs. Frances
tosenfield, sentinel; Mrs. Louis
iugline, guardian; Mrs Esther
Katz, chapkin.
Mrs. Lazarus Serves
For Third Term
Mrs. Hilda Lazarus will be in-
stalled for .< third term as presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith Women of
Miami at an installation and paid-
up membership luncheon to be
held at the Deauville Hotel on
Tuoday, noon.
Past president of B'nai B'rith
District S, Mrs. Gerald Soltz, will
preside at the ceremony.
Other officers to be installed
are Mrs. Nathan Rubin. Mrs.
Vladimir Bngel, Mrs. William
Rosen, Mrs. Isidore Ram, vice
presidents ; Mrs Ethel Lackey,
treasurer; Mrs. David Weisberg,
Mrs. Max Kunst, Mrs. Herman
Pearl, secretaries; counselor, Mrs.
Abe Aronovitz. outgoing president.
A musical play in costume, di
rected by Mrs. Mike Forer, will
be presented. Chapter members
in the cast are Mrs. Stephanie
Klein, Mrs. Lilyan Brotman, Mrs.
Irving Schwartz, Mrs. Herbert
Heiken. Mrs. Julius Marcus, Mrs,
Sylvia Liebman, Mrs. Isidore
Ham, Mrs. Louis Cohen, Mrs. WU-
liam Rosen, Mrs. Nathan Rubin
and Mrs. Max Kunst.
Chairmen of the day are Mrs.
William Rosen and Mrs. Mike
Forer.'
June Matter New President
Annual parents day dinner of
Congregation Beth El Sisterhooc.
will be held on Sunday, 6 p.m., in
the Dora August Auditorium. The
evening will include entertain
ment.
Mrs. Howard Katzen
New AEPhi Prexy
Installed as new president of
the Greater Miami Alumnae Assn.
f Alpha Epsilon Phi for the com-
ng year is Mrs. Howard Katzen.
Other officers are Mrs. Morris
iiloniiek II. vice president; Mrs.
Richard Brickman, correspond-
fig secretary; Mrs. Rudolph Smg-
'r. recording secretary; Mrs.
Richard Helfman, treasurer; Mrs.
Barry Barson and Mrs. Sidney
Lewis, members at large.
An installation brunch was held
' the home of Mrs. Morris Lev-
I who also served as installing
'liter. .
The Alumnae Assn. underwrites
'"ck scholarships at the Univer-
sity of Miami for eligible co-eds.
MRS. HOWARD KATUN
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hearted fashion of ihe moment.
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slimming
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Cotton pique in black white,
blue white by Harmony.
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me Auxiliary
Annual Installation
Creator Miami Women's Auxil-
iary. Jewish Home for the Aged,
v ill hold its annual installation
luncheon meeting, on Tuesday,
noon, at the Algiers Hotel.
Chairman of the day will be
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, vice presi-
dent. Presidents Council Federa-
tion of Jewish Women, and invo-
cation will be given by Mrs. Irv-
ing Cypen.
Judge Irving Cypen, president,
JewMl Home for the Aged, will
preside at the ceremony, install-
ing Mrs. Lawrence Silverman for
her third- term as president; Mrs.
gol Silverman. honorary' president:
M ray Attin, Mrs. Rose L.i
Brown. Mrs. Louis Makovsky, Mrs.1
Eenjamftl Orlow. Mrs. Helen Spar-
vice presidents.
financial secretary and treasnr-1
Mr- Frances Entine; secre-
taries, Mrs. Esther Meyer, Mrs..
.'harlotte Katz, Mrs. Anne Tanan-
(iim, Mrs. Benjamin Hammer-
IP: auditor and publicity. Mrs.
t'attian Feika. Mrs. Isidor Cohen,
Founder 01 the Home, is an honor-
,. i y trustee.
.Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program
i iuriman. will introduce musical
Comedy entertainer Dodie Darwin.
I ounpanied on the piano by Mar-
gin Kay.
Reservations chairman are Mrs.
J'.enjamin Orlow and Mrs. Tobias
Sussman,
IZttSTSE: Nautilus PTANames:'nLc*"dy rrank" m,s,and,ne
blttS fO JackSOn Children A progressive dinner party Sat-
Aux.hary ol Cost 223, Jewish fAre Rprkman PrPC "** "i"1" concluded the club's
War Veterans, are planning a gala I! 3. VCUIIIIUll I IVJ.
[ party for children in the pediatric An installation luncheon for1
ward at Jackson Memorial Hospi-1 Nautilus Junior High School PTA
tal on Saturday at 2 p.m. wUj be held at thc Seville ,,,.,
i on Tuesday.
activities for the summer.
Gifts of' stuffed animals and
woolen dolls will be distributed,
and Saturday Troupers, a volun-
teer group, will entertain.
Committee members for the af-
ternoon are Mrs. Norman Burman
A
Officers for the 1963-64 school
years are: Mrs. F. Beckman, pres
ident; Mrs. Carol Miller, presi'
dent-elect; Mrs. R. Goldman, Mrs.,
D. Leventhal. Mrs. H. Zimmer-
man, vice presidents; Mrs. J. j
STARRING
and Mrs. Pearl Silverman. chain'' Greene. Mrs. L. Gorfine. secretar
men; Mrs. Tillie Konigsberg, Mrs. fi
Joseph Achtman,
Engel, and Mrs.
president.
Mrs. Pauline
Irving Koris,
MM. lAWRtNCt SILVERMAN
tinner Dance
:or Tifereth Jacob
Temple Tifereth Jacob Sister-
hood will include installation of
Hficers during a dinner dance to
tie held at the Temple on Satur-
day.
Cocktails and hors d'oeurves at
30 l>-.m^ will precede the dinner
>nd a live band will furnish music
[hroughout the evening.
teserv'ations are being bandied
Mrs. Betty Albert and Mrs.
Mildred Wascowitz.
Gershwin Ladies
Elect Mrs. Herman
Election of officers of the
George Ge'-shwin Ladies Auxiliary
was held on Tuesday evening at
the Masonic Temple.
To serve in 1963-64 are: Mrs.
Jack Herman, president: Mrs.
Harry Eilen. Mrs. Saul Jarrctt.
vice presidents: Mrs. Murray
Streiff, Mrs. Irvin Shapiro. Mrs.
Harry Herman, secretaries: Mrs.
Irving Weinstein. treasurer: Mrs.
Benjamin Snyder, parliamentar-
ian.
Following election, the Auxiliary'
heard an address by Councilman
Melvm Richard on "The Threat
to Democracy."
Beginning with the June meet]
ing, group will meet third Monday
of each month at its new quar-
ters. Hibiscus Temple, 10th St. and
Alton Rd.
Mrs. Muravchick Host to
Surfside DeMolw Mothers
Installation of officers and board
members of the Mother's Club of
Surfside' DeMolay will be held on
Wednesday evening at the home
ot Mrs. Harry Muravchick. Mrs.
Irving Fleicher will be installing
officer.
ies; Mrs. H. Geldman. treasurer;
Mrs. S. Shapiro, supply store
treasurer.
Mrs. Abe Rorhenberg' is PTA
; president, and Stuart D. Wooley is
principal of Nautilus' Junior Higfi
School.
Lanet Girls Club
Inducts Officers
Annual Mother's Day installation
luncheon of Lanet Girls' Club of
I the Miami Beach Community Cen-
ter was held on Sunday. May 12,
Reelected president. Mrs. Doris
.Iscobson; vice presidents. Mrs.
Pen Lipson and Mrs. Herman Op- j al ,he Seville Hotel
penheim; Mrs. Jack Korenblit,
Mrs. Joseph Goodman, secretar-
ies and Mrs. Morris Epstein,
treasurer.
Mrs Sidney Ritterman, public-
ity chairman: telephone chairmen,
Mrs. Irwin Becker. Mrs. Hope
Pulley and Mrs. Kay Steingart;
advisory board. Mrs. Irving Fleish-
er. Mrs. Harry Muravchick. Mrs.
George Goldstein and Mrs. Leon-
ard Press.
Ken Kasha is DeMolay Chapter
dad.
Officers for 1962-63 are: Elda
Mildwoff, president; Joyce Nan-
ess, vice president; Ann Jarrett,
treasurer: Ann Arnold, Susie
Goodman, secretaries: Rebecca
Cohen. Andrea Rauzin. mit moth-
ers
Club advisor, Shelie Kagan re-
ceived a gift of appreciation, and
trophies were awarded to Rebecca
Cohen, outstanding sophomore;
Jovce Naness, outstanding junior,
five
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laundratives
Iff you like
KREPLACH
Hammers Host
Dinner Committee
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hammer
tendered a reception at their
home, 2200 Country Club Prado,
on Sunday evening.
Invited were members of the
host committee for the forthcom-
ing Temple Zion-Israel anniversary
dinner.
Hammer will serve as chairman
of the dinner, which will celebrate
Israel's 15th anniversary.
Havioli
IN sauc
Mrs. Strauss Will
Take Post Anew
Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish
Home for the Aged held its in-
stallation luncheon Tuesday noon.
May 14, at the Westview Country
; Club.
Judge Irving Cypen. president >
1 of the Jewish Home for the Aged
of Greater Miami, wil1 in-tall-Mrs.
Barthold J- Strauss for a second
term as president.
Mrs.- Michael Bright is chair
man of the day.
A letter from a housewife...
R. M. Quigg
Miami 37, Florida
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packet of it and used one cup of the rice as a mix
for two pounds of ground chuck. To it, I added
the egg and the usual onions, a dash of Worches-
teshire, and a dash of Tabasco. My family announ-
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Yettow Rice made the big difference. The loaf was
so light and juicy and so very good I have orders
to make one often, but with Yellow Rice.
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Friday, Kay 24. 1963
Dr. Lehrman Honors
Temple Groups At
Emamj-EI Services

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Brar.ch of Greater* Miarr
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Jacob Fishman will c
community sing
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will be Max Glaberrr.i: Ben Mm
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Friday. May 24. 1963
-Jewistifhridian
Pag 5-3
Labor Zionists Memorial Service
Labor Zionist Groups of Great- Washington Ave.
er Miami will sponsor a memorial
service for the late Ben-Zvi, pres-
ident of Israel, on Sunday even-
ing, at the Farband Center, 832
Participating organizations are:
all Farband Branches, Poale Zion
Chaim Greenberg Branch of Great-
er Miami, and the nine affiliated eulogy for the late president.
groups of Pioneer Women Coun-
cil.
Harold Shapiro, president of
ZOA of Miami, and former Mayor
of Miami Beach, will, offer the
Abe Horrowitz
Joint Installation
Abe Horrowitz Post 682 and
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish
dance on Saturday evening zt V
fied Hall.
Accepting a second term as p< ">'.
commander was Irving Steinberg,
past commander of the Depa-
ment of Florida, and Mrs. Dan
War Veterans of North Miami i Abramowitz was installed as pr -
Beach held a joint installation andjident of the Ladies' Auixilkry.

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Good things in Jewish life
At Shevuoth enjoy
cheering Maxwell House
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Holiday and every day... the superior coffees of Maxwell House are a vir-
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* ttm^Binrrirfitr
Friday, May 24, 1963
Psychologist Talks
At Pilot Program
"Do the Varieties of Social Life
Contribute to One's Fulfillment*"
win be the subject of a talk to
be given by Dr. Murray Heiken.
Clir.ical psychologist, a! the sec-
end session of a new adult series
conducted by the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center on Mon-
day night. May 27th.
Part of the general theme
'Meeting the Challenge of the
Prime of Life." this session is the
second of four successive Monday
nights, planned as a pilot program
for men an3 women in their thir-
ties and forties. The program b
open only by registration.
Dr. Heiken is psychological con-
sultant for Jewish Family and
Children's Service. Pine Cove
School, ar.d Masonic Children >
Center He mair.tairs a private
clinical practice in Miami.
A similar series will be made
. lable for those who were un-
able to register for this
round. Further information by
ng Mr. Plot*. mi Branch
Director.
D*. MUMAr HtlXtH
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Kosher Kitchen Set
For New York Hilton
The New York Hilton at Rocke-
feller Center, which will open on
June 26th. will have a Kosher
Kitchen. Located on the fourth
floor, this kitchen was designed
through consultations with the
foremost kosher caterers in the
area and will be used exclusively
for kosher parties, banquets, wed-
dings, and other similar functions
To facilitate service to ballrooms
or private function rooms, it is
connected to all floor* by special
elevators The disheir from this
en are to be used only for
these special parties The kitch-
, itself has coolers, warmers
freezers as well as hot and
mobile truck- M that food
may be -.-. to ....-- in any
part of the hotel at the right tem-
perature.
It v ill be the policy of the hotel
tj rent the Kosher Kitchen and
private dining facilities to Kosher
caterers to insure "hat all dietary
laws are fulfilled. The caterer
ill also he required to have an
approved Masngiach" on hand to
check the f>d u.erf by the cat-
erer.
The New York Hiiton it Rocke-
feller Center is a 16-story blue sky-
scraper at 1335 Avenue of the
Americas in the center of the
City's r.c.v heart of I ; en-
tertainment and culture. 2.153
I -t rooms and mites, 4 interna-
tional restaurant- off the glaesed-
m promenade on the Rue Des
Gourmet-" and the world's larg-
meeting and banquet facilitie-
are features of New York's newest
luxurv hotel.
Broward Family
Service Expands
P^yciuatry and Social Work'*'
was the subject of the address giv--
en by Dr Lester Keiser at the
annual meeting of the Jewish
Family Service of Broward Coun-
ts
Chaired by Mrs. Robert Berger.
the meeting included slate of
nominees presented by Jes>e Mar
tin. chairman of the nominating
committee.
Elected to office were: Milton
Forman. president: Dr. Marvin
Rosenblatt." Mr- Robert Berger.
Mack K3tz. vice presidents: Abe
I Salter. treasurer: and Mrs. David
Speehler. -secretary.
Members of the board are: Dr.
Norman Atk.r.. Mrs. Stanley Beck
erraan. Herman Bellcr. Dr. How-
ard Fucrst. Mrs. Herbert Heiden.
William Horvitz. Mrs. Arthur
Laufman. Mrs. Charles Levine.
, Jesse Martin. Mr- Lawrence Nus-
baum. Ben Salter. Mrs Myron
Segal. Mr- Sender Stolove. Mrs
Ansel Wittensttin, Mrs. Peter
Li- -on.
Jewish Family Service of Brow-
ard County announced at the meet-
a new service to the com-
munity and the firs; of its kind
in Broward County The agency
will provide the community with
a private residential care program.
which in effect, is a "foster home '
program designed to meet the
specific needs of aged Katiei
The home- used in the program
will receive financial comp*
tion The agency supervises the
homes within the program end
provides casework services to as-
sist the indivdual to adjust to his
new environment.
SPECIAL DEADLINE
Due to the Shavuoth Holidays, offices oi The Jewish
Flcridian will be closed starting Tuesday evening at sun-
down and all day Wednesday and Thursday. Falling as
it does, the holiday will force The Jewish Flartdian into
an early deadline and publication. Organizations, adver-
tisers and individuals are asked to please take note that
all news copy and photographs must be in our office not
later than Monday noon and all advertising copy by
Monday. 5 p.m. Your cooperation will be appreciated.

Beach Lodge Installs Officers
Annual installation banquet of guard; ben Levine. I
Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith
was held recently with K Al-
bert Pallot as principal speaker.
Samuel Weiner. certified public
accountant, was installed a- pres-
ident.
Others taking office indu e Ger-
ald Schwartz, president-elec*: Jos-
eph Goodmvi. Edward H. Levin.
Jack August and Zev W K -
vice pre>ider.-- batzman,
financial secretary: Mort-
en, recor rotary; "
H. Fron
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treasurer; Louis Goldman.
; mding secretary re M
Trushin, ail r; Mill n Kahn
i ssistant n* N" :
tuardian; Abraham SWaitz, war-
den; and Ben Mosfcowitz, a->i-tant
warden.
Trustees are Jack Fir.-;. Paul
Setdermau. A A Grunhut George
Kronengold. William Agranove. ,
Gershon Miller. Michael Sosi*"
Irving Schenker, William BoraT
-torn and Meyer Mishkin
Rabbi Da\ id Lehrf il,i | Kne-
leth Israel, save tl
tion. with George Taliani r-
ister i'f eeri Paul
Seiderman was installing uf.'icer.
Irvine Schatzman w.
.,- honorary lif presi;- l
Arrangements eommitti
dinner was headed bj V I m Kahn,
Schatzman and Geral
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Mrs. Larry Nusbavm, chair-
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mittee of JFS, said that very
ofter living in a foster home can
mean the difference between an
individual continuing to function
and contribute to community
life, or having to retire into a
home for the aged.
Jewish Family Sen
recruiting homes for
and all inquiru may be add:
o Louis Caoti
lector of the ager.cy
at trie
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for Information:
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Election cf Mr- I
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president of the American
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Mr- S icceeds Mrs
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At the 25th of the Board
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In assuming the pr of
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Friday. May 24. 1963
*Jewishfkridian
Page 7-B
rJadea Retreat to
Hear Rabbi Podet;
Elect New Officers
Rabbi Mordecai Podet will speak
on "This We BelieveThe Prin-
ciples of Reform Judaism," at
Temple Judea's secor: I annual re
treat at the Diplomat Hotel on May
25 and 26.
Guest speakers will be Henry
Wolff, of the natior.al board of
directors. Union of American He-
brew Congregations. ;ind Harry
Kaplan, executive director of Tem-
ple Sinai. Hollywood. Fla.
Sessions will be devoted to
analysis of Temple responsibili-
ties, as they relate to members of
the Temple, Sisterhood and Men's
Club.
Temple Judea elected the fol-
lowing officers and trustees for,
the year 1963-64:
President, Herbert Gelernter;
%-e presidents. Joseph Krefetz.
vfilliam Weissel: secretary. Dr.
George Balber; treasurer, Joseph
Klein. |
Trustees: Charles Adler. Mer-
vyn Ames, Julius Bearman, Mel-
vin Harrison, Leonard Kalish. Al
bert Kronowitz. Marvin Levin,
Sidney Richman. Dr David Seit-
lin. Ralph Turner, and Sam Weis-
sel.
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Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
Merwitzer to Take Academy Reins
Menorah Men's
Club Elects
Norman Shapiro
Norman Shapiro waa elected
| president of Temple Menorah
Men's Club at a meeting Wednes-
Iday.
Elected to serve with him were:
I chairman of the board. Judge
Theodore Nelson; vice presidents.
Lester Goldberg. David Ray;
treasurer, Ben Alter; secretaries.
Ben Krovctz. William Carmel,
'%>rbert Kaplan.
| Board members are: William
Alper, Ben Alter. Alex Berger.
(.lack Dernis, Alex Friedman. Irv-
ling Gaby. George Goodman, Max
Ic.oss, Joe Grabois. Nate Green-
Ihouse. Harry Hoffman. Sam Ho-
Ihauser, Jack Korenblit, Daniel
iKrassow. Marshall Kratzer. David
ILeskowitz, Al Mechlowitz. David
LViller. Ray Morse. Mac Nyer. Joe
jKifkin. Milton Robbing Judge Al
p:iperstein. Murray Sawyer, Ed-
|v ard Schaeffer. Alvin Schlesinger.
IaI Sherman, Julian Sigel, Joseph
Eobie, Leo Sonnenblick, Morris
pteubCB, Hy Taplin and Dr. Sel-
|v yn Willtg.
Upon his election Shapiro an-
il i uiiced extensive plans for the
pi en's Club stating, "We are go-
B'lu to be a service>wency to the
OUth of o\ir TempltX The Men's
lub will become the-niu brothers
|i the youngsters who are learn-
ing faith and religion within our
jVmpIe walls."
Installation ceremonies, conduct-
cl by Rabbi Mayer Alnamowitz,
ill be held on Sunday. June 2, at
he Fontainbleau Hotel.
SUMMER PRICES RIGHT: There's no end to the delightful after-
rtark activity now being provided at our super oceanfront hostelries for
the smmer season.
The Pompeii Room of the Eden Roc lights up again this Saturdav
for a new summer dining-dancing-and-show policy. Full course dinner
'"'"'. "' pc" is "'?vlded, with no cover or minimum charge.
Show headlines singer Bob Carroll, comedian Sonny Sands, and the
dance team of Tanya and Blagi. Pupi Campo's orchestra and that of
Monroe Kasse will provide continuous dance music before and after
the show.
Over at the neighboring Starlight Roof of the Doral Beach Hotel
Mai Malkin leads his popular orchestra for continuous dancing.
Dinner and dancing in the new room are provided nightly. Malkin
has been a popular figure in musical circle* on the Beach for many
years.
The Fontainebleau has just reopened its Club Gigi'for Saturday
nights. Dean Murphy, the winter host of the fashionable rendezvous
is back again. Continuous dancing is provided in the once-a-week
operation, and a varied menu is offered to diners.
Local groups art finding the facilities of Wettbrooke Country
Club to their liking for luncheon parties.
The Tack Room at the Diplomat features musical groups for con-
tinuous entertainment, and also weekend guest stars. Don't know of
a more delightful spot for lunch after 18 holes of golf than the Calcutta
Room at the Diplomat, overlooking the golf course.
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STAGE AND SCREEN: Zev Bufman is expected back at his Coco-
nut Grove Playhouse about June 1 with plans for a sumer operation
there. I read in Variety, the theatrical weekly, that casting was in
process for a "musical-dramatic strawhat season." and that they are
"seeking all types" to perform. So, it looks like there'll be plenty of
activity there come July.
The Acorns Civic Theatre, of Miami Beach, has been quite active
of late. Their latest production, "Maybe Tuesday/' has been held
over at the Little Stage, 2100 Washington Ave., through May 29.
Johnny Conrad, musical cpmedy dancing star, and Martha Coats-
worth are handling the leads. Jerri Cohen has one of the featured
roles in the comedy, along with Bill Mayer.
The romantic urges of youth underline the theme of "Love at 20,"
the latest screen import to hit the area. Filmed in five European
countries, the problems and triumphs of adolescent romantic yearn-
ings are interestingly portrayed by a capable cast of newcomers. The
feature is at the Mayfair. Sunset and Normandie. "Aida" and Ma
dame Butterfly," the movie versions of the popular operas, form the
double bill at the Parkway.
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RESTAURANT ROW: Good news to localitesthe Famous Restau-
rant of Miami Beach will continue to serve its Jewish-American cuisine
of renown right through the summer.
The Embers catching on as one of the more popular local restau-
rants for catered functions. Groups from 50 to 250 are welcome. Call
Miss Wellins at the Beach dining spot for more information.
Still one of the top restaurants of the area, especially for thick,
juicy and tender slabs of prime ribs of beef, is King Arthur's Court,
at Miami Springs Villas.
Maxim's, in Surfside. winning big family trade for the weekends,
with its new popular price full course dinners for the summer. Its
famed gourmet a la carte specialties are also available nightly.
Sweet Sixteen" parties are quite in evidence during weekends
at the South Pacific Polynesian restaurant and gardens on U.S. 1, this
side of Hollywood. Food's tops and catering facilities excellent._____
Louis Merwitzer, recently re-
elected president of the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami, will
be installed during a 6:30 p.m.
dinner Sunday at the Deauville
Hotel. .
Installing officer will be Rabbi
Alexander E. Gross, principal of
the Academy, who will induct of-
ficers and board members.
Ceremony will also fete Jacob!
Cohen, honorary vice president of
the Academy, who is leaving for
a six-week tour of Europe and
Israel in early June. Cohen en-
dowed the Academy's third build-
ing housing the school's auditor-
ium. chapel, kitchen and dining
rooa.
During his first term as presi-!
dent last year, Merwitzer endow-
ed the administration building at
the new site. 2400 Pine Tree Dr.
Chairman of the Academy exec-
utive committee. Maurice Revitz,
is serving as dinner chairman.
Cantor Samuel Gomberg will pro-
vide musical entertainment, and
Nathaniel Zemmel, a graduate of
the Academy, wiU deliver the in-
vocation.
Larry Eden, program director
of radio station WMVJ. and a grad-
uate of the Academy, will speak
on behalf of the school's alumni,
marking the first time the Acad-
emy-he-*e* np*&-junior beard of
directors comprised solely of for-
mer students.
Beth Emeth Confirmation
Services Set for Sunday
Confirmation exercises will be
held at Beth Emeth Congregation
Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Rabbi Simon
April will confirm the following
students:
Michael Reider. Henry James
Alterman, Mark Linden. Seymour
M. Foss, Marc Willis, Jonathan
Sinagub, Wilma Versil, Richard
Harris Lelchuk. Gary Michael Car-
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Cantor Hyman will chant the
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Friday. May 24. 1963
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Judith Lynne Levine Is Betrothed to David L Zalles
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Levine of
Penn Valley. Penna.. announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Judith Lynne. to David L. Zalles.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A.
Zalles. of Cynwyd. Penna., and
Miami Beach.
The bride is a graduate of Har-
riton High School. Rosemont.
Penna. She received a degree
from the University of Pennsyl-
vania Hospital. Department of
Surgical Pathology in histo-tech-
nology.
Her fiance is an alumnus of the
Wharton School of the University
of Pennsylvania, and a member of
Pi Alpha Chi fraternity. He is
now a public accountant in Phila-
delphia.
A November weaaing is pian.
ned.
.OMAN OF THE WEEK
Winter Wedding
For Lynda Shein
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice B Shein.
Two things that women adoreJewelry_and fursare an integral ^ We#t wth -t ann0unce the
engagement and forthcoming mar-
riage of their daughter. Lynda, to
Gerald Weissman.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
rosr
t of Rose Mrs. Alexander Kogan's background. Rose turned out
oe the youngest woman ever officially listed as a jewelry buyer w
ttmore. McT. where her family were long-time jewelers. Another
st" for her was the fact that she was the first person to put un-
akable crystals on watche* Today, an electric machine does the
.-k but ir. those days, the machine was operated by a delicate hand
and a steady foot on the pedal With her na-
tive creative ability, the Maryland Institute
of Art was the school that Rose ttended. As
a child. Roses mother wondered how she ever
stood still long enough to receive the medals
for her athletic prowess, as well as later on
the ones for dancing. During high school,
it was decorating and illustrating Even a
thought of going on the stage as a result of
modeling crossed Roses mind. That
was made taboo by her parents at once.
v..rationing in Atlantic Oty. Rose met
Alex, who was in the fur business. After a
brief courtship, they were married on a Thurs-
day evening, and Friday. Rose was modeling
Russian sable and chinchilla. Every tune
the Kogani came to visit Miami Beach, they
stayed longer and longer, until twenty-fair
years ago they came to stay. Do you remem-
the Kogur..-' glamorous fur shop?
Ro-e went into organization work with a bang. She has a lot of
ndent charms on her bracelet, having been president of Miami
ach High School PTA. Hebrew Academy PTA. Miami Beach Chap-
of Hada>sah. and Beth Sholom Sisterhood. She has been active
National Council Jewish Women. ML Sinai Women's Auxiliary-, as
as Mt. Sinai Garden Club and the Humane Society, among others
i*came advisor for Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority at the University
Miami. As a result she was the first advisor to receive a sorority
1 membership award at a national convention. She is now a mem-
m good standing of Phi Sigma Sigma.
Rose has many hobbies. One is being a grandmother to Suzanne,
.hter of the young Alexander Kogans Jr. Michael is in his last
.r at the University. She points on china and also in oils.
Spurred by the silver stamp box left to her by her father. Rose Tau EpsUon Phi.
- aquired one of the largest collection of antique match boxes. For a winter wedding is planned.
ITS, it was her delight to make scrapbooks for the children's wards
the hospitals of the increasingly beautiful holiday cards. Alex is a
at appreciative husband. The Kogans attend all of the operas and
-certs here. But you can always see them at every" baseball game
:t the Marlins play in town.
It's good that most of the games are at night, because Rose is about
be busier than ever before. She is going to be president of Temple
:.u El Sisterhood.
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MAIMMO
"How's the weather in Miami?" asked Bill Brenner from Spain.
-.ain>." answered wife Estelle "Is the house painted yet""' asked
"No." came the answer "Then meet me in New York said Bill.
-te'.e didn't inquire about the weather in Madrid, she was more
Deemed about New York. Now. she's on her way to see for herself.
TEBS Youth Group Elects
June Malter. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Malter. was elect-
ed president of the TEBS. Tem-
ple Beth Shirah Youth Group, and
will be hostess at the installation
social to be held Saturday night
at her home.
Other officers are William Katz.
vice president; Fruma Katzman.
secretarv; Jackie Ba>kin. trea-ur-
Miami Beach. High, attended Ohio er an(j .\dena skop. historian.
Bsafe Thirty-seven young people have
joined the Temple building pro-
ject and will participate in the
August dedication of the new-
building at 120th St. and 77th Ave.
Mrs Rose Baskin and Mrs Eric
Goldman are Sisterhood advisors
to the TEBS.
a-
MISS JUDITH IfVINf
Spilka Home Scene Open House Party
A joint party honoring fir-t
cousins Natalie Paula Spilka and
Steven Michael Tucker will be
(ted by their parent- on Wi
nesday evening at the dome of
Mr and Mrs Martin Spilka. 9500
SW 73rd Ave.. whose
Natalie, will be confirmed on
Tuesday evening at Temple 1-
of Greater Miami
The affair will follow t:
firmation service Wednesday at
Temple Beth Am of Stevi
OJ Mr and Mrs Joe If a
7861 SW 14th Ter.
The confirmands are thi
children of pioneer Miami. |fi
and Mrs Nat Roth, chart.
t: of Temple Israel
Miami.

HISS LINDA SHIM
State University and is now a sen-
ior in the College of Education at
the University of Miami.
Her fiance is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Weissman of Miami
Beach. An alumnus of Florida
Southern College, hi- fraternity i-
:d come over
Trudy Hamerschlag now Mrs Maurice Adlcr didn't eet a chance
entertain all her friends or to bid them all good-bye before she
d her husband left on their honeymoon to Israel. They expect to
m a house or. Mt. Carmel in Haifa. So Trudy invites her friends to
- her there She'll know who is visiting in Israel because she sim
S had her address changed at The Jewish Floridian office and while
- might be a little late it will still be n<

^T THE GOLF COURSE
Joe Laurans was seen congratulating his wife Gertrude on the
. hole of the Par Three. Miami Beach Golf Course. She had just
approach shot from off the green. Ann Mrs Harry* Polasky
ivii r finished nine holes, was going to ha\e lunch and play another
Be Grand way to work off the calories!

CHILDREN'S DAY AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
I: was supposed to be Mother's Day at Westview but the children
granchildren seemed to be the headliners. Children were spilling
er everywhere. That was Martha Mrs Stanley Myers chasing her
^r-i.-icichildren. They belong to Judy and Arthur Gilbert Stanley's
other Mrs Cecil Myers, won the prize for the oldest mother there.
. ther prizes included one to Mrs. David Glosser of the Dr. Dennis
jitner family for having the most grandchildren. 14 of them The
jur.gest mother was Patricia Markowitz (Mrs. Robert,. The Harry
r II lip ill and Harry Rabin families were there to applaud for
r Ruth Mrs James) Cohen won the prize for the most children.
Enjoying the buffet supper, which was as good as usual, were Joni
id Stanley Tate. They had a whole table full of their family, the
KEk Tatelmans. Myrtle and Morton Greenwood. Aunt Rita (Mrs. Mor-
a Greenwood t and Linda and Kenny. At the next table were Helen
yd Seymour Somerstein with the Fred Somersteins. Every year it
M to get more crowded. You see there are more children reach-
g "out to dinner age."

'OTHER'S DAY ON THE WATER
"The Sea Sprite." Ronnie and Leonard Jacobson's boat, just came
the shipyard sparkling with fresh white and blue paint. They
nfl the day cruising along Biscayne Bay. Ronnie's mother. Mrs. Rae
berman. daughter Patty and Naomi and Neal both with five year old
made up the party. The dogs weren't along, so they couldn't
celebrate Taffy gets seasick so Shadow had to stay at home
Hohausers Tell of
Daughter Alberta's
Betrothal Plans
Engagement and forthcoming
marriage of Alberta Hohauser and
Arnold J Rosen is announced this
week by the future bride's par-
ents. Mr and Mrs. Leo Hohauser.
1811 SW 14th St.
A scholarship student at the
University of Pennsylvania where
she is a science major, the bride-
elect will receive a BA degree this
summer.
Now a me.iical student at the
University of Pittsburgh School of
Medicine, the prospective bride-
groom graduated from the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvia where he
was elected to Phi Beta Kappa
honorary. He is the son of Mr
and Mrs Harry Rosen of Pitts-
burgh. Pa.
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live in Pittsburgh.
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THE Miami Chapter of Hadass
* ah held their Donor dinner
dance this past Sunday evening
at the Seville Hotel. All ten of
the HWassah groups that com-
prise the Miami Chapter were
represented President of the
chapter Mrs. Joseph Milton,
wore a white silk chiffon which
was covered with white irides-
cent Mquins. Her skirt was a
sheath, and her hodice a blou-on
Mrs. Henry Oilman was chair
man ej the evening, and her
choice was a black silk crepe
sheath studded with black jets,
and :i.;k drop crystals.
Mrs. Lionel Raff chose a rose
apple colored peau de sole *heath
which > as asymetrically draped
over cr.t hip. Back interest was
adder! :!.i a short, folded pan-
nier 00 one side. An embossed
Bilk of red and tangerine colored
flower: with green foliage on
white as worn by Mrs. Sher
win (a el. Her sheath skirt
leatun d a full panel in both
front and back. Mrs. Sidney
Goldberg's turquoise silk linen
sheath had an oversized flat bow
at the waist which ended in the
French fringe trim. Navy tulle
and Chantilly lace over blush
pink was Mrs. Adolph Jacob's
choice for the evening. The lace
was inserted in wide horizontal
bands cown the gown, and ended
with a deep flounced ruffle of
tulle.
While Jamaican lace was Mrs.
pp
Aaron Applebaum's selection for
the dance. Her scooped necked
sheath had a touch of color add-
ed in the peacock blue cumer-
mund. Mrs. Jack Toppc-H's bro-
caded gold llame ensemble fea-
tured a ranch mink collar on the
Chanel style jacket. An iced blue
silk shantung sheath was worn
by Mrs. Phillip Schiff. Her dress
featured an overblouse effect
with embossed detailing at the
waist. A striking white straw
lace ensemble from Italy was
Mrs. Morris Herman's choice.
Her sheath dress had a match-
ing full length coat.
Mrs. Alfred Long's ensemble
was a silk-satin print ol pink,
magenta and black on white.
Her sleeveless. V-necked sheath
featured a pair of elongated
black tassels on one side. The
matching theatre coat had elbow
length sleeves which were de-
signed in a capelette fashion.
Iced lemon was the color choice
of Mrs. Irwin Blocker. Her
sheath skirt and matching over-
blouse were of lace over a match-
ing color peau de soie. The over
blouse featured a scalloped line
which was hand embroidered in
sequins and bugle beads. Mrs.
Blocker had worked all the em-
broidery herself, and repeated
the sequins and bugle beads, and
added drop crystals to her bod
ice. Mrs. David Sernaker look-
ed stunning in white Alencon
lace. Her ensemble consisted of
the sheath dress with a match-
ing coat, the coat featuring a
tapering hemline that began in
front at the tunic length and
ended in back at the skirt hem-
line.
White imported voile with
stitched horizontal pleating was
worn by Mrs. Ben Conn. Her
skirt featured the bell shaped
silhouette, and a touch of color
was added with a porcelain blue
sash at her waist. Mrs. Howard
E. Lessner chose a black peau
de soie with a modified bell
shaped skirt. Jet beading de-
tailed her waist, and her stole
of lace and peau de soie was
from Italy. Mrs. Fred Stone's
short formal featured a fitted
bodice of lace which was
sprinkled with sequins, and a
full, bouffant skirt of powder
blue silk organza. A black silk
sheath was worn by Mrs. Mar-
shell Feuer. Black jewel studded
lace appliques detailed her high-
necked and sleeveless bodice.
Mrs. Alex Goldstein chose a
pink-beige reembroidered Chan-
tilly lace sheath over self-colored
satin, with a modified sweet-
heart neckline. Mrs. Sol Weg-
er's mint green brocaded sheath
had a wide lace insert at the
waistline. An abstract print on
tones and shades of blue on
white was the choice of Mrs. Irv-
ing H. Schwartz. Her neckline
was an off-the-shoulder scoop.
Honey-beige silk chiffon was
worn by Mrs. Edward Cohen.
Her sheath dress featured a flow
ing capelette bodice over a fit-
ted bodice of matching colored
lace. Mrs. Bernard New mark
chose a turquoise raw silk sheath
with the popular blouson bodice.
A stunning white reembroidered
Chantilly lace ensemble was
worn by Mrs. Samuel Neiberg.
Her sheath dress was topped
With a fitted waist length jack-
et with a stand-away collar. She
had also spent some time and
talent on her ensemble and had
sewed thousands of pink sequins
on the bodice of the jacket and
across the waist line of her
sheath.
Samuel Wexler will present
a program of humorous stor-
ies and an original witty
journal entitled "The Miami
Grag.ger," Sunday evening,
7:30 p.m^ at the Senior Cit-
izens Local, 832 Washington
Ave. The concert is being
sponsored by Miami Beach
Golden Ring Club 3. Many of
Wexler's articles appear in
"The Jewish Daily Forward,"
"The Canadian Eagle," and
other Yiddish publications.
Goodwill Group
Installation Held
Goodwill Group of Greater Mi-
ami installed officers at a lunch-
eon held recently.
Mrs. Cauie Hoffman is presi-
dent. Others that were installed in-
clude Mesdames Kate Hyatt, vice
president; R. Hyatt, treasurer;
Lee B. Kripple. financial secre-
tary; Laura Hirsch, recording sec-
retary; and May Feldman, cor-
responding secretary.
Shoshana Chapter
Inducts Leaders
On Thursday evening. May 23,
Shoshana Chapter of B'nai B'rith
'Women was to hold its sixth an-
nual installation of officers at the
; North Dade Country Club.
Mrs. Stanley Goldberg, founder
president of the chapter, and
B'nai B'rith Women District 5 of-
ficer, was to install the following:
Mrs. Morton Arno, president; Mrs.
Herbert Katz, Mrs. Louis Flum,
Mrs. Buddy Aronson, Mrs. Julian
Nacron, vice presidents; Mrs. Sol
Kamelhar. treasurer; Mrs. Alvin
Tyler, Mrs. Henry Eherman, Mrs.
Rioharri Salomon. secretaries;
Mrs. Bill Kurland, sentinel; Mrs'.
Louis Cutler, historian.
Board members: Mrs. Sam Ad-
ler, Mrs. Joan Appel, Mrs. Roy
Garrett, Mrs. Robert Tavlin, Mrs.
Robert Weinstein; trustees: Mrs.
Stanley Goldberg, Mrs. Murray
Skup, Mrs. Newton Hofstadter,
Mrs. Milton Fandler. Mrs. Joel
Ribler; counselor, Mrs. Leslie
Daniels.
Reservations chairmen are Mrs.
Herbert Katz and Mrs. Bernard
Jacobs.
Asthma Group
Hears Allergist
| Newly-formed Miami Beach
Chapter of the Asthmatic Child-
Iren's Foundation, which fosters,
| establishes, and maintains asthma
'treatment centers, and supports
; education and research in allergy
; throughout the United States,
held its first regular meeting at
the Di Lido Hotel.
I Dr. Morton Hammond, allergist,
i spoke on "Asthma in Adults."
Mrs. Jerry Resnick, president of
the chapter, said that plans are in
progress for the establishment of
the Asthmatic Children's Rehabil-
itation Center here under super-
I vision and direction of allergist*
of the Greater Miami area.
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The March, sponsored by Aid-
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Friday. May 24. ir3
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Confirmations in Full Swing For Greater Miami Community
... ... .:.:.. ,,f Mr ;iml Mr*. William 3CttW
1
Hebrew Academy
Twelve students in the ninth
. ade grad-iarms: class at IMnt
cademy of Greater Miami, this
eek received letters of commen-
.ition from C.ov. Farris Bryant,
-id Superintendent of Education,
homas D. Bailey, for high scores
I statewide scholastic aptitude
It*.
Itnlsed far aeo
. : ]! .-mil. above are Wll law
: S '.- I !.k. l-
Hi. Aaron hrledman, David Oalbul,
..win:. Dorothy OoMeteln,
Ion Knli.ui. Phyllis Reinhard,
raj Raven, Mark rafra and Ken-
Ik Wall
To Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
incipal of the Academy. Gov.
ryant wrote. "Our President, in
ll recent message to Congress,
rested the extreme importance
finding a solution to the 'drop-
iV problem in our educational
stems."
m the letters to the students.;
I Bryant raid, "You and your
fellow students represent the most
a!ue of the natural resources
-cm which the future of Florida
.Td our nation will be molded."
. tor Yehuda Heilbraun.
Hostesses for the social hour
were Nataline Heiden, Temple
Beth Sholem: Bea. Malhager,
Temple Emaru-El. Ft. Lauder-
dale; Bea Posnack. Temple Beth
El, and Gertrude Breiner and Jen-
nie Beller. Temple Sinai.
Diplomates who have completed
minimum requirements include:
Temple Be.h El, Sm i> 1 Levy, Mil-
dred Siege), I >i- s .1. Hodkln, and Bea
Ponaek; Temple Beth Kholom, Okate
Qainea, I ra Harrlaon, Satarlne ll.i-
|< a, Joan .Mum.-. Jacob Mamie, Rmh
Mteycr I ':"' K Stearin, .md Lillian'
Hwack; Temple Enurnu-BS, Ft. Uiud-
erdato, Dr. Al Colin, Byl> i Tohaleii,
BTnfltnavr, Lavona merncoM,
l .;. i-i Goodman, Alvan RooX'iihelaer,
ana RkroM and Adelta Kaplan.
Tempi,- Israel, Sylvia Loner, Belma
Penalty, Sylvia Rcott, and Sylvia
l>.i\i*. Tempi,- slnai. Jennie and Her-
ijnan iN'll.i. Gertrude Prelner, Joseph
Cohen. Ruth PartM*. Florence Freed.
Natalie Preedmau, Sadie and Harry
Keaaler, fella and ',.-,.rn,- Levin, HUda
Lublin, Bertha Loewey, Alan Marcus,
Mil!on Rosen, Leila Shapiro. Prances
I and Sol Btern, Marilyn stiles. Dora
iii.l Max Telenor, ami ROM and S. Joe
i Pen >.
Ner Tamid
i Beth David
Junior" Congregation of Beth
David will conduct services on
( Saturday morning, with the grad-
uates of the Junior High Depart-
ment and Hebrew High participat
ing.
Junior Rabbi Richard Prlend will
deliver i aermonette. Chanter* will
h.- David Abrama, Morrla Flahman,
William Oom|M B, All n Hilton. B< n
Lewis Bcnachter and Bernard Sork
Torah reader* will hi Tod Aronovlta,
Randall Coverman. Jimmle Dreanlck,
n.ii Id Isaacs Bi ui Rah r, i:
\i ixwell, rail Passofl and Edward
Btronsln, Paul Adler, Murcla Cypen
and Rebecca Hoodwln "ill i ham the
Haftorah Robin Dlckman and Alia
Rosenkram, araduatlug from Hebreu
Hiuh. will deliver sermonetteF.
On Tuesday, at 10 a.m.. closing
exercises of Beth David congre-
gation pre-school department will
1 take place in the social hall.
Graduates are Michael Gardner,
David Heit, Steven Kruger, Elysa
Langer, Jerry Leibow, Bonnie
Ram, Brian Rappaport, Aaron
Rickles, Rida Shapiro and Susan
i Waas.
Mordecai Potiet. will officiate.
Confirmands are:
Barbara, daughter of Dr and Mrs.
PhlUu Abel: Erie, son of Dr and Mrs.
UeonJte BalW; Lowell. aoa Arid
\i Solomon I'ramer: Victor, jpn oi
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daughter of Mi and Mra_8ol Halpert.
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Klein: Cheryl, dnurttci of Mr, and
Mr~. Albert Kronowlta: Wendy, dausn-
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Robert Mann: Steven, son of Mr. ann
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firms nil? wfrVfoHftwr sponsored- by-
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Community Institute of Jewish
.udies held concluding exercises
rsfl awarding of certificates on
londay evening in Temple Beth-
el- The Institute is a pioneer
.nrure in adult Jewish education,
ponsored by the Temples of
reward County and Broward
oard of Rabbis.
Guest speaker was Louis
-.hwartzman of the Bureau of
.wish Education of Greater Mi-
mi. A musical salute was pre-
.nted under the direction of Can-
"What is Torah" will be the
theme of confirmation exercises
to be held during late evening
services at Temple Ner Tamid this
Friday. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
will officiate and Cantor Saul H.
Breeh will chant the services as-
sisted by the Temple choir.
Participating in the ceremony
will be Mrs. Henrietta Fine, Sis-
terhood president, who will pre-
sent each confirmant with a book,
and Murray A. Shaw. Congrega-
tion presided, who will present
the certificates.
Students to be confirmed are:
Steven son of Mr and Mrs. Solo-
mon Alp.-ri; Jeffrey, son of Mr. and
Mr.-. Alfred Br. *ai ne, daugh-
ter "f Mr and Mrs Sheldon Heller:
Davlda, daughter of Mr. and Mis.
id Lack: Robi it. son of Mr. and
Mrs wiillaiK Parti nack: M Ujaa,
daughter of Mr and Mi Dali Re-
gent: Linda, daughtei of Mr. and Mrs
Charles Rosenkrans: Mellnda, daugh-
ter of Mr, and Mis Morris Woaherw.
Annual confirmation service will
be held on Sunday evening with
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiat-
I ing.
The class, largest in the 51 years
at Beth David, will present a can-
1 tata entitled "The Fount of
I Faith" written by Mrs. Alexander
: Stiebel and Saul Rabin, with musi-
cal arrangement by Cantor William
; W. Lipson.
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Friday, May 24, 1963
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Central Hebrew High School and Junior
High Graduates Get Diplomas Monday
Page 11-E
Seventy-one graduates of the
Central Hebrew High of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education and
Junior High school graduates of
Jewish schools will receive di-
plomas on Monday. 7:30 p.m., at
Beth David Congregation.
Exercises wiU include a salute
to the 15th anniversary of the
State of Israel, a memorial to
Yitzhak Ben-Zvi, second president
of Israel, and a cantata on the
life of Chain) Weizmann, Israel's
first president.
Annual Jacob and Odale Kap-
lan pfize will be presented by Rab-
bi Solomon Schiff, newly elected
president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn.
A special tribute, by Judge
Frederick N. Barad. for 25 years
of service and education to the
Greater Miami Jewish community
will be paid to Louis Gadon, in-
structor at Beth David Congrega-
tion; Cantor Maurice Mamches,
instructor at Beth Jacob Congre-
gation, and David Freedman. for-
mer instructor at Temple Emanu-
El and the Bureaus Central He-
brew High School.
Three awards will be presented
by Louis Schwartzman. executive
director of the Bureau, to out-
standing graduates of the Hebrew
and Junior High School depart-
ments. They are the Katner fam-
ily award, Israel Shapoft award,
and Jewish Educators prize.
The cantata. "Chaim Weizmann
President," will be narrated by
graduate of the Hebrew High and!
will include a choir presentation
by the graduates of Beth Torah'
Congregtaion. Valedictorian for'
Hebrew High school class is Alida,
Krovetz.
._.:.iii. Alfred R. Bchulbars, BhaMoi
Sn.MhH,i.r. Robert S. Wo.-s
remote or (Mom: .Man Balaam,
Allen irulivr, I..,. Kaufman. It. nla-
min kivhii.i. sh.i.i.iii Koi-nlBtbani
Mi. In. i l..vin.-.. Aliin 1'n.rk.r. Btllo
Btahl, Elate \\ .insi. in
l'. mplv Km inn-Kl:
v,i/.
Marl..... Krn
Tlferoth Jacob: h-vlng Winer.
n ii .I1'"1"'1 I'nisimHlii.n: Kllen
tall, Judith Brower, Ronnte Dweck
RIM Hab.r, Mark Hmh.Ih.i. R. bur
HalbH.h, Jaaon Helfman, Alan Ktr-
ii. r, Andrew Rosa.
i'-Ui M.ivi.i ConaTemtlon: Martttn
Raurmnild.. sh.li. > n,.,h i;,,.,-, Anhui
gerkowlia, 1-V..I Berkowltt, Martin
Hlliker Marcla rypeii. Jrnrmle l>re.
lii"i "'''I"1" '"ni|i.iM. Al.m Hilton,
P..I......1...-!,i, | ;,.,.,. Kater, Alan
K.ii.lan. RMmd Kag Sliinl.-v Ki.ln.r
l.:.i nara l..sii. ,J:,|, Ltehtwkllld,
sii.-ll.y Upaoo, Mark Marbey, K.li..,
.M. s-iiik. furl 1'nHw.rr. Mark rVrkln
Bernard Sork. Ann ltteinorg, Ira
Beth Torah
Guest speaker was Rabbi Allen Sheffman. Nancy Rachel Bhuon, it..^-
Rutchik. director of the Southeast K^tetaia^r?%rW",SS
Region of United Synagogue of Uncer.
Members of the senior class of
America, who stressed the role of,
the woman in Jewish life and the
need for her continued develop-
ment in Jewish study.
Serving as chairman for the
brunch were Mrs. Dora Friedman
and Mrs. Tillie Kaplan. Mrs.
Frank Greenberg responded on be-
half of the students.
Receiving certificates issued:
jointly by the Bureau of Jewish.
Education and Beth Torah were: I
Claire Shlter, Eteua DUahaan, Bel- j
nia IIitVi Vivian Mareux, Roaalle
Airwhbci'K. Sur.i Adl. i. Rosa New- ,
man. Vivian Knelder, Dorothy Kauf-
nan, Dora Friedman, Sylvia Tenz.-l. '
ea si.in. Retty si.in. Beatrice '
the Religious School who graduat-
ed last Friday evening are:
Allan Avmi. Theodore Borkan,
If..li.ii I ?-lii. George Btaman, Kaa
Bimteln, Kevin Prey, David Qllckman,
Alan .la.cili-.on. Ml.iiatl Mafoel, Jef-
frey M../...I. Michael Mlntaer, Ltele
Plotkln, Robert Refff, Joel Rlcnelaoo,
Hteven lloheach, Rarry Stahechter,
Woven Sohlffren, Alan Tepfer, ami
Stephen I'lisii-r.
LEGAL NOTICE
l;i,
Talnea. Fran l-..\. Reve tllaaa, Itoae
Pearlman. .\lalke Premer. Lillian
win, Bally Hlrach, Hherii ito..ki>in.i-
r. bille Urai.i Mian. Charlotte Bacon
thlrley' Bacon, Pel la WToIfaon. Leah
Ball, faola Lehman, Tillie. Kaplan,
Sara We.isnian, Leah Graenberg, Nat-
ana hrou>. rJhmvne Barter. Neiiiej,,,.
i.Min. Zuckerman, Khiii..|.' ,,',.,',.'
Temple Beth Am
Largest class in the history of
Temple Beth Am will be confirm-
ed on Wednesiay evening with
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard conduct-
ing the service.
The 63 religious school students
to be confirmed are:
of Mi
Ore
ii.-.
enapan, Bella Talnea, Tumar Mor-
Merrle, daughter .>f Mr. And Mn
irw in Mocker; Jamea, eon of Mr. and
.Mrs. Menu Baker; Lin.la. daughter of
mi Mrs. Jack Oreen; Pamela,
.if Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Brunch marking the closing ses-
sion of the Institute of Adult Edu-
cation of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion was held Tuesday morning.
Certificates were awarded to stu-
dents in elementary, intermediate ; ,_,,:
and advanced Hebrew, prayer
and Bible.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. spiri-
tual leader of the congregation,
conducted classes in Bible and
prayer, presided at the ceremon-
ies with Irving Seidel. Syragogue
premlent, George Katzman, chair-
Temple Emanu-EI
of Mr. and
ilaimh-
KornhQrg.
and .Mrs.
. and Mrs.
Following annual confirmation
services of Temple Emanu-EI Re-
ligious School, conducted by Dr.
Leurman on Wednesday.
10:30 a.m.. a luncheon in honor
of the class will be held at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
The 24 boys and girls of the
confirmation class include:
.Van.
Binder,
lame F
Jean Applebaum. Kathy Sue
Marsh., Capland, Deborah
berg-, Dorothy Ann (lolil-
II.
.irosKiiinn: Kllen, rinimlit
Mm. Hurt Joaaphaon; I'm
lei- uf Mr. and Mrs. I ;i v ill
Sharon, duifrhter of Mr.
Bertram Kurlan.l.
Marilyn, daughter of Mr
1.....- Light; Muri.l. daughter ..f
Mi. an.I Mrs Ann.- Light; Stephanie,
daughter ..f Mr. and Mr.-. Joaeph Mas-
ters; Mar. ia. daughter of Mr. ami
Mil Maurici Orovltx; Shelley, daugh-
ter ..I Mi and Mis. Morrlr I'ei. Ii:
Susan, daughter ..i Mr. and Mrs.
I'hlliu Plaka: Laura, daughter of Mr.
ami Mr.-. Robert Schwartz; Larry, son
..f Mr. and .Mis. Raymond Berrln)
Thomaa, aon of Mr. and Mis. .lay
. '.me.
George, -..n of Mr. and Mrs, Ivan
! latter; Robert, aon ..f Mr. and Mi
Herman Keldman, Man. Ron of l>
and Mis. Harris ISngel; Stephen, ion
.if Mr. ami Mr-. Murruj herber; Jef-
frey, Bon ..f Mr. and Mis Jack Free-
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lliuh s-l.....I: Maraha Ball, i*aul .'i-
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Gottlieb Heads Miami Group Building
Jackson Manor Nursing Home Here
Beth Sholom
Babbi Loon Kroni.sh will con-
I'utt confirmation services for -11
boy and girls on Tuesday even-
ing, 7:15 p.m., at Temple Beth
s'niloin.
"We were Born When Israel Was
Born," theme of the exercises,
was written hy the conlirmaiids
in honor of Israel's 15th anniver-
sary, under the direction of Rab-
bi Kronish.
Director of education at the
Temple is Herbert C. Bloom. Fac-
ulty members are Miss Nettie
tioldstein and ijrs. Seymour Gel-
ber.
Members of confirmation class
5723 are:
Barbara, daughti r "f Mr and Ml -
lernm. Berger: Stiaan, ilatii;hter of
Ml I .Mi -. M Hi in -.|.- I .nine.
il Mr i d Mra Arthur H.
1'..in slum; Ihuise. dnuahtei Ml
mil Mrs. l ii k R. lurahou Robin,
laughter nf Mr. nnd M Harold Ha-
n nls.iii; ii, i. ne. daughti i "t Ml an !
Mm, Philip I m\ i; i< ii ii.
Mr. and Mi s. I 'a\ Id I nn. I., i I i-llae,
it. r of Mt. and Mi Stuurl liber;
iHirothy, daughter of l ? Irwln I
..t Mi and Mr Mi 11 n
i'i-Ii.i. Michelle, daughter ol Mr. and
irrj Fried land
K' ight. i of Mr .. ml Mi s
1 ti r Nolan; i.iii.1... ... ight. r of Mr.
1 Mrs I'lanei- Uaaa; Stewart, iion
' Mi Mini Mrs. Kenneth I Herahey;
i. daught. i ..f Mr and Mi -
'harlea s. ICaufman; Michael, aon "f .
Mi ..u.I Mr-. Harold Kins. Karen,
hter of Mi and Mi In Inn
KiiHluiutn; lieiini-. aon Mr, and
Mm Julian liettman: .lane, daughtei
of I 'i. nn.i Mis. Leo i.i tin; i "lane,
Ihter of Dr. an.I Mi- Sanford I-.-
v ne; Eaawrence, aon of Mi and Mm
i..se|.ii i.,.\v. Donald, aon ..f Mr. and
Mm Marvin Lewis
Susan, daughter ..1" Mr. and Mra.
mhur Lowell; Anthony, aon n( Mr
"i.i Mrs. Martin L. Lunily; ltrw, son i dations,
"I -Mr. and Mrs. Harol.1 R. Mnliunii.l:
Mm:., daughter ..i Mr. and Mra. U h
;' MarMe, ; BaUnd, daughter of
-Mr. and Mis. K..I,. 11 M. Merrltt: Mer-
rill, -..ii of Mr. an.I Mrs. All..it M.r-
*el; Karen, daughter Of Mr all.I Mr-
Nl B, M..111 Maxine, .laioilit. t .if Mr
:""l Mrs. Bdward Munchlck; Mare,
-;.ji ..f M,.. and Mrs Henr> Oleak)
I'leie. daughter of Mr. and Mis Ben
s. link.
J'heri, daughter of Judge and Mn
'llMIII Sehlis-el; John, aon ..f Mr. ami
Mra. Knit Schmelcer; Penny, daugh-
'' Ol Mr ami Mr-. I>uni.l Hepler;
j "'. daughter ..f Mr ami Mra Wll.
"n -"lianiiiiin, Eugene, Bon of Mr
'l Vra .\.ilium Sie.uel. I^iii>. non ..t
mid Mis Loula K Hnetmnn:
daughter l Mi and Mm Sam-
Strorni Laurence, non ..f Mr. im.l (
aimi Ityron i r,.|,.,i Macla, daughter'
"' Mr
A group of Miamians, culminat-
ing two years of intensive re-
search, are presently completing
one of Dade County's modern
medical facilities. Jackson Manor
Nursing Home.
Headed by Charles E. Gottlieb,
former vice president of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education and
Stevens Markets. Inc., the operat-
ing group v. ill spend more than
$1,000,000 for the four-story, 150-
bed home, scheduled for July coin
plciion.
Jackson Manor will be unique
among nursing homes in its
proximity to a hospital. Locat-
ed at NW 8th Ave. and 18th Ter.,
the home is under construction
two blocks east of the Jackson
Memorial Hospital complex.
Gottlieb, an active member of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, cited its chapel as one of
Jackson Manor's most essential
a.-peets.
Directly off of the home's en-
trance lobby, the chapel will hold
regular religious services for all.
(nominations and can serve be-'
tvecn 35 to 40 people.
The room contains paneled walls
of fruitwood, and one wall of lam-
inated wood curls with back light-
ing to create an inspirational ef-
fect.
"I earnestly believe that a
chapel is essential to any large
residential facility," stated Gott-
lieb, a member of Beth David
Congregation. "We are trying
to give our residents the bene-
fits of all phases of community
living."
When completed, the fully-land-
scaped home will contain barber,
beauty and orthopedic acconimo
CHARLES F. C0TTLKB
operation."
Additional facilities at Jack-
son Manor include a spacious
garden in front of the building
to complement interior decora-
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pletely air-conditioned and heat-
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combined dining and recreation
area, and centrally-located nurs-
ing station.
.\nriy. aon nf Mr. ami .Mrs. William
RaXklnd; Jonathan, Bon of Mr. and
Mis Max Stein; Harold, son of Mr.
ami Mrs. William Sams; Nathan, aon
of Mr. an.I Mrs. .Nathan HIden: sioi.li-
en, s"ii of Mr. nnd Mra. Macaluaot
Judith, daughter dl Mr. and Mra. Louis
Kirk; Buannne, daughter "f Mr. and
\li- Sim.ni I ten mn. Bonnie, daugh-
ter se itiiini: San-
dra, daughter of Mr. Gene Flatter;
KTltzl, daughter of Mr. and M -
-teiii: Ba rbara, daughter
' Mr......1 Mra. Raymond Harrison,
Karen, daughter harlea Krugllck; Arlene, daughter
i Mr. and Mrs. Mac Meyers; Barbara,
[daughter of Mr. and Mi Sylvan Paw-
[llger; llene, daughter of Mr, and Mrs
[Irving Rapu; Roberta, daughter ..t
Mr. and Mrs. I till Revlta; N mcj,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Howard
w.liiii-. Jack, son nf Mr. and Mrs.
| Roberl < e'lil-tein. Jack, .-'n of Mr.
and Mrs, Harry llunthei Jan, son ol
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kantor; Terry,
on "f-Mi. and Mra. Herman Kellman.
Richard, son of Mr. and Mra. Sid-
ney Lelbowita; Michael, aon ..f Mrs.
iinnnn I...ni. i \ id, si a nt i r. and
Mrs Seymour Leopold; Jud, aon .>t
Mr ami Mis. Roberl Manns. I......i,
-mi of Mr. ami Mrs. Milton RatHMil
Jeffrey, aon of Mr and Mm. Bennett
Sallnian. Ted, .-.....' Mr. ami Mis.
Morris Silver: Bruce, son ' Louise Warshaw: Marc, sun of Mr.
an.I Mrs. Irving Wi inst.in: Paul, aon
nf Mr. and Mrs. Jules Freeman; Marc,
sun ul .Mrs. Sylvia 1 linuiel.ler.
The fifth annual Beth Am Con-
firmation Ball will be held in the
Temple auditorium on Saturday
evening, June 1. Entertainment
will be a part of the evening's
program.
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*:Jeisti Hcrkhar
Friday. May 24. 1963
1" I
J3ar Jeffrey Shore
Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey Shore will
be celebrated Saturday morning,
May 25, at Temple Emanu-El with
Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating.
Jeffrey is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Ida M. Fisher Junior High
where he is a member of the
school choir. He has won honors
in spelling, belongs to Boy Scout
Troop 65 and also plays football.
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Shore will
honor their son at a reception to
be held at home following the
ceremony.

Gerald Kornreich
Bar Mitzvah of Gerald Israel,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Korn-
reich, 1420 Michigan Ave., will be
years at Popiel Hebrew School,
Lawrence attends Norland Junior
High where he plays violin in the
school band.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Chasin
will honor their son at the Oneg
Shabbat on Friday evening, at the
Kiddush on Saturday following
the ceremony, and at a reception
in their home in the evening.

Paula Weissman
Paula, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Weissman, will be Bas
Mitzvah on Friday evening. May
24. at Beth Emeth. Rabbi Simon
April will officiate.
A seventh grade honor student
a: North Miami Junior High, Paula
Gary Katz
Glenn Kali
P&
Lawrence Chasin
observed on Saturday morning.
May 25, at Knesseth Israel with
Rabbi David Lehrfield officiating.
An honor student at the Hebrew
Academy, Gerald is class presi-
dent and has served on the stu-
dent council. He was a finalist
in the PTA oratorical contest and
won the Elk's Americanism award.
He is a member of the Academy's
bowling league and has been ac-j
five in local football, basketball
and softball leagues.
A luncheon in his honor at the
Royal Hungarian will follow the
ceremony.
* *
Edward Mackauf
Rabbi Leon Kronish will offic
Emeth Hebrew
attends Beth
School.
The Bas Mitzvah will be honor-;
ed at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday
evening and at a gathering for her
friends in her home on Saturday
evening.
* a
Carol Potash
Friday evening services at Tern-!
pie Zion on May 24, will include
the Bas Mitzvah of Carol Potash
with Rabbi Alfred Waxman offic-
iating.
A seventh grade student at
South Miami Junior High. Carol ]
plans to continue her studies in
the Temple's confirmation class, j
The celebrant is the daughter of.
Michael Linet
Carol Potash
tdward Mackauf
iate at the Bar Mitzvah of Edward
Mackauf on Saturday morning.
May 25. at Temple Beth Sholom.
The Bar Mitzvah is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Mackauf,
4533 Adams Ave.. and grandson of
Philip Berkowitz.
The celebrant is a student of
the Temple's confirmation class
6725

Lawrence Chasin
Congregation Yehudah Mosbe
will be the scene of the Bar Mitz-
vah of Lawrence Chasin during
s-ervices conducted by Rabbi Allen
Rutchik on Saturday morning.
May 25.
A student for the past several
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Potash and
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Potash. She will be honored at
the Oneg Shabbat following ser-
vices.

Arnold Leibovit
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offic-
iate at the Bar Mitzvah of Arnold,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Lei-
bovit, Saturday morning, May 25,
at Temple Emanu-El.
A seventh grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High. Arnold won hon-
orable mention in school science
projects. He is interested in bio-
logy and also collects stamps,
coins, metals and flags.
Gary and Glenn Kati .
Gary and Glenn, twin sons of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Katz. will
become Bar Mitzvah during ser-
vices contfntted by Rabbi -David
Rosenfeld at Flagler Granada
Jewish Center on Saturday morn-
ing. May 25.
Honor roll students in the sev-
enth grade at Kinloch Park Junior
High, the celebrants will be hon-
ored at the Kiddush following the
ceremony, and at a reception to
be held in the evening at Miami
Springs Country Club.
Grandparents of the Bar Mitz-
vahs are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Nash
and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Katz,
all of Miami.
*
Barry Gold
Services on Saturday morning.
May 25. at Beth Kodesh will in-
clude the Bar Mitzvah of Barry'
Gold. Rabbi Max Shapiro will of-
ficiate.
The celebrant is a student at
Sunset Elementary and Beth Ko-
desh Hebrew School.
Parents of the Bar Mitzvah are
Mr. and Mrs. W'm. I Gold; grand
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Hart, members of the Congrega-
tion's board of directors.

Stephen Linet
Michael Stephen Linet will be
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morn-
ing. May 25. during services con-
ducted by Rabbi Morris Skop at
Temple Beth Shirah.
A native Miamian. the celebrant
is a seventh grade student at
Palmetto Junior High where he
won an honorable mention ribbon
in the school science fair. His in-
terests are space medicine, elec-
trons and sports.
Parents of the Bar Mitzvah are
Mr. and Mrs. WiUiam Linet. 7760
SW 134th St. Grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. A. Polte and Mrs.
Yetta Linet.
Michaei wiil Sm honored at the
Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening,
a* the Kiddush on Saturday fol-
lowing the ceremony, and at
Tony's Restaurant in the even-
ing.
*
Steven Cherkas
Steven Cherkas will be Bar Mitz-
vah during Mincha services at
Congregation Beth Jacob on Sat
urday. May 25. at 6 p.m. Rabbi
Tibor H. Stern will officiate.
Son of Mrs. Steven Cherkas. the
celebrant attends Ida Fisher Jun-
ior High and plays trumpet in the
band.
An honor suiuem, Steven won the
Elk's Americanism award, and a
scholarship award. An active
member of PAL. he collects
stamps, and coins and paints in
oil.

Michael Shapiro
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern will offic-
iate at the Bar Mitzvah of Mich-
ael Shapiro during services Satur-
day morning, May 25, at Congre-
gation Beth Jacob.
A senior at South Beach Ele-
mentary, the celebrant is in the
Drill team of PAL, and is active
in all sports.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Shapiro,
860 Biscaync St.. will honor their
son at a Kiddush in their home
following the Bar Mitzvah cere-
mony.
Summer Camps
Offer Varied Programs
With vacationtime around the corner happy camping adventuns
are being eagerly anticipated by many of South Florida's youngsters.
For those who prefer the mountains, the Carolinas and northern
Georgia extend a warm welcome. In this area are found a plentiful
variety of camps, both day and the boarding camps, to suit every taste
and price range.
In the Blue Ridge Mountains are situated Sky Lake Camps, in S.-ui-
tee, G.i.; Camp Osceola, Horse Shoe, N.C.; Camp Judas* (sponsored by
Hadassah and the Zionist Organization of America) in Hendersortvillc
N.C.; and Camp Blue Star, also in Hendersonville.
Camp Ocala is located in Florida's Ocala National Forest, while
! in Greater Miami, campers may choose between the Miami Military
: Academy, Lear School Day Camp, Westbroeke Country Club Day Camp,
and Camp Akiva. Camps sponsored by religious organizations Include
Temple Emanu-EI's Summer Camp; Camp Avir, sponsored by Congre-
gation Yehudah Moshe; the day camp of Flagler-Graneda Jewish Cen-
ter; and Temple Adath Ycshurun's Camp Simchah.
Happy camping to all our youngsters which adds up to a peace-
ful summer for their parents.
Also see Following Page

LEGAL NOTICE
Jeffrey Sfcers
Arnold Leibovit Gerald Kornreich
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59421A
IN RE Batate !
JOSEPH SCHWARTZ
I '. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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SUMMER?
At Camp Ocala, your boy or girl (5-16) will enjoy the most
fun-filled summer ever. Gain confidence learning new
skills, too. Daily water-skiing, swimming, and horseback
riding no extra charge. Trained by mature counselor-ex-
perts (1 to every 3 children triple the average).
leatinf., Tnu. Archsry, Dramatics, Teara Sparta, Mian/*,
SsM, Arts I Crafts Fulltime bcensad rlqraSMS) i 3
Bepstersd Nurses Friday Night Sabbath Service* Starts
teas M Full | er 4 Week Session CaR er Wnst Far
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Office-: 1Bt N. Bayshor* Or., Mlatml
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL
SUMMER CAMP
Starting June 17 to August 9
OUR SIXTH CONSECUTIVE YE- -
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 Cam. emphasi
JEWISH CULTURE AND SPIRITUAL VALUES
PLUS
DRAMATICS SINGING & DANCING, SWIMMING
OUTDOOR & INDOOR SPORTS round out th Program
ALSO FREE BUS SERVICE
For Information and Brochure call JE 8-2503
or write 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
DAY CAMP
50 NORTHWEST 51st PLACE
Exciting 8 Weeks June 17 to August 9
Monday to Friday, 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. Boys & Girls Ages 3 to 12
Lowest Rates Professional Staff
All Activities Transporta'ion Available
For Further Information Call HI 4-6547
or Camp Director Marcia Levin, Phone CA 6-7018
It
Congregation Yehuda Moshe
CAMP AVIR
Is Launched for Its 6th Year!
Gary Qanner Camp Director
REGISTER NOW EIGHT WEEKS STARTING
JUNE 24 to AUGUST 16
Transportation Available Red Cross Swimming Program
Arts Crafts Drama And All Athlete Games
For Information call 751-7578


Friday. May 24, 1963
* ****** FKnrrtfrn
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WESTBRO
CABANA AlW^eOTNTRY CLUB
\8SOO ON THE TRAIL-JUST OFF THE PALMETTO
64 1-9000
Camp
Osceola
The \#W Camp
WITH
An Old Xamo
FOR
BOYS and GIRLS
HORSE SHOE, NORTH CAROLINA
Starts June 28-August 21
Management Owned and Operated by
fortified Educators
ERWIN B. MARSHALL Weil-Known Educator
GET ACQUAINTED FEES 8 Weeks $475; 4 Weeks $250
includes Laundry, Horseback Riding and Insurance.
DANCING-COTILLION
RIFLE RANGE CANOEING
SWIMMING POOL SKATING RINK
HORSEBACK TRAILS CRAFTS
OVERNIGHT HIKES ARCHERY RANGE
DRAMATICS
FRIDAY EVENING SABBATH SERVICES
Yeshiva University Student Rabbi Will Be on Staff, Available
for Both HEBREW TUTORING and BAR MITZVAH Training.
TUTORING ALL GRADES 1st through JR. HIGH SCHOOL
By CERTIFIED TEACHERS.
"Strict Supervision"
Call Highland 5-3585
PRIVATE LAKE
RIDING RINGS
TENNIS COURTS
LARGE GYMNASIUM
,V>^^i^^<^vVVS^S^^V^^^^VVV^^^^*'^'VN^/VVVVN'V^^^^/VVVS^
Popkins to Reopen
Blue Star Camps
For 16th Season
Situated in the Blue Ridge
Mountains at Hendersonville, North
Carolina, is a 450 acre estate, the
site of Blue Star Camps. Found-
ed and directed by Herman and;
Harry Popkin, of Atlanta. Ga.. the
well known mountain camp for
boys and girls is readying its
opening for the 16th season.
Five separate camping pro-
grams for children from 7 to 17
are encompassed by the vacation
grounds which boast a 10-acre pri-
vate hike, riding stables and moun-
tain trails in addition to 65 build-
ings all designed for the campers"
comfort and enjoyment.
The coming season at Blue Star
offers in addition to its regular
season which begins on June 28th
and runs through August 20th, a
two-week introductory fortnight
I om June 9th to the 23rd. (amp
ers may also choose to attend an
early session from June 28th
through July 24th or that begin-
ning mi July 26th and ending on
August 20th.
Detailed information, brochures.
etc., may be obtained by writing
the Popkins at their winter office.
1100 Crescent Avenue, N.E., At-
lanta 9. Ga.
Lear School Offers
Big Camp Program
Located at 1010 West Ave., the
Lear School will conduct its sum-
mer day camp from June 20
through Aug. 14. It will feature
a complete athletic and water
sports program for boys and girls
from 4 to 15. Transportation will
be furnished throughout the Great-
er Miami area.
Camp will be in session from
Monday through Friday from 9:30
til 4:30. Activities will include
water skiing, sailing, boating, fish-
ing, swimming in the private pool
archery, fencing, tennis, baseball
and football. Arts and crafts and
dramatics, are also featured.
For the most part the head coun-
selors are regular staff members
of the Lear School who are assist
ed bj college students acting as
junior counselors.
Thoughtful and Concerned Parents
PLAN AHEAD .
BLUE STAR CAMPS
Hendersonville, North Carolina
wil! observe their
17th Creative Season
in 1964
DEAR PARENTS:
We invite you to PLAN AHEAD and request lit-
erature and information about our creative program
for girls and boys from 7 to 17 years of age for future
summers in the beautiful and cool Blue Ridge Mts. We
have a 450-acre private estate, lake and riding trails
and 85 especially designed camp buildings. Our staff
of 200 are truly outstanding dedicated educators,
group workers, counselors and specialists. Our posi-
tive Jewish program is both stimulating and chal-
lenging, designed for each school grade grouping.
We observe the dietary laws and believe in carrying
on our rich traditions. Our new 44-page brochure
will give you all details. Why not write to our winter
address" 1100 Crescent Ave., N.E., Atlanta 9, Ga.
and request information so you can PLAN AHEAD for
a meaningful summer for your children? We'll be
nappy tc confer with youjust drop us c; note; and
nay we extend every good wish to you and to your
rhildren for a happy and healthful summer wherever
you go and in what ever you do.
Sincerely.
Herman and Harry Popkin,
Founders & Directors
BLUE STAR CAMPS
"after June 5th address all mail
to HENDERSONVILLE. N.C.
* Pioneer Camp
Senior Boys Camp
Senior Girls Camp
Teen-Age Village
Counselor Trainees
CAMP AKIVA
Located on Site of Former
Normandy Isle School & Day Camp
NOW ACCEPTING CAMPERS FOR 1963 SEASON
CAMP FEE INCLUDES:
S KY LAKE
fc<tfli
HIOH IN THi BLUE *IDOf MOUNTAIN*
AUTt. GEORGIA
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, 6 to 17. Complete camp activities,
small groups. 1000 acres of fullest equipped facilities .
two 40-acr* lakes, water skiing, horseback riding, Teen-Age
Camps. Skilled and experienced camp diiecrors and coun-
selois. For further information call or write:
DONNA STIINMITZ, Ph. 624-0692 JACK AITMAN, MO 1 0534
P.O. BOX 159, MIAMI 45", FLORIDA
CAMP SIMCHAH
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
SUMMER CAMP HALF & FULL-DAY SESSIONS
STARTING JUNE 24th THROUGH AUGUST 16th
4 fa 13 reori Transportation All Outdoor ft Indoor Activities
SWIMMING
BOWLING
BATON TWIRLING
ARTS ft CRAFTS. ETC.
Phone Wl 7-1435

[ Under the direction of Martin
I' tl, member of faculty at
Norland Junior High School.
[Salad Staff of teachers, coun-
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FREE MUSIC LESSONS
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ALL INDOOR AND OUTDOOR SPORTS INCLUDED
The Ultimate in
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Under the Experienced Camp Leadership of
RABBI STANLEY B. WEISS IRWIN MONTGOMERY, B.A.
Camp Director Athletic Director
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Write: CAMP AKIVA or CALL:
1021 Biarritz Dr., Miami Beach JE 1-7919
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Page 14-B
* lewis* FkrktiarJ
Friday, Mcry !U.
Candidates Vie For Beach Council
Council to bring the people in to
Interfaith Brotherhood Chapel to Be
Dedicated to Rabbi Marius Ranson
Dr. Mar.us Ransom, spiritual
Others rallying round the local lcad r of Temple Lrnanu-E,.
,n irrP,1SP in the neceswrib enemies I oeilev.e Kenneth Light, showing, namcd in his honor.
D.LEEPOWEll ;CV^^iGalbu, rather o. Miami Beach,;
Councilman and former Mayor e furlhcr 8tale,, do not
D. Lee Powell took time off from *J7nl1|M, lhpnrv that Mctro
he current
, additional $400,000 in yearly "H^nta, bodies. As your Coun- headquarters at 71- 718 tSt ^ /""^ >N which
come to Miami Beach. m Hst t0 anv reason- Also taking some of the pres llllo d from 1930 to
in 1949. when the c.garet tax ma"J, ,hat will redlicc the tax SUre from Farr. co-owcer of Farr pr. Ranjwi serv
11 first was passed. PoweU, then *"* pia" residents of Miami i Tours, tourist agency located in 1948 prior to ms
director of the Florida League J*?.01 Miemi Beach for X ye"^/"'' ^n? ,nrt Mrs Ranson have been
of Municipalities, was instrument- U _--------.. man*
Hi in its passage. The bill netted
.Miami Beach more than $8,000,-
030 *ince its passage.
Powell, a past president of the
TIorida League of Municipalities.
i as successfully legislated for a
mber of bills favorable to Mi-
gfi S a Council ^ES^ W^S ?S
Sbh'shmeT-of Seeded.. Refin- Everglades a, ,nc r ..^ j ^- ---^.^ ^
ery because it will destroy Miami SS. JJJ X plan" to visit ceremony. Dr. Ranson will del ver
Beach tourist trade by polut.on ol UJJJ"JJg ^Jjncsday. a series of lectures on the prob
the natural resources of Dade Miami Beach on wiani-.a> ^^ ^ intcrfaith understanding.
And promises "a tight-
imlT l 'SLEET^M SSyeconS.Pone"Ihat wilVget BOB TURCHIN
Powell, known as "dean of the wasteful spending." (
MARCIE LIBERMAN
Macdfl Liherman seeking re-
election to the Miami Beach Cit)
Council, has again named Joseph
H. Gardner his campaign man-
ager. Mr. Gardner uccessfuHj
headed the candidates five former
campaigns. Election beadquar
bars have been opened at 1616
,-ig 21 years service including
ree terms as Mayor.
* *
DAN GOLDBERG
Campaigning for a seat on the
lami Beach City Council. Dan
oldberg. 37-year-old stock brok-
. r, states. 'Because I am a sue-
-sful young businessman. I be-
ve my experience and service
ill be of immeasurable value to
e city."
A resident of Miami Beach for
e past six years, living at 117
i Shore Dr.. Goldberg ran a citrus
; .ocessing business in New York
lty after earning a degree from
Y.U. in 1950.
Since coming here, Goldberg has
ten active in Florida politics and
S a member of B'nai Brith. Mi-
ni Beach Junior Chamber of
Commerce and Dade County Dem-
ratic Club.
HYMAN GALBUT
X resident for more than 27
art, Hyman Galbut in his cam-
igm for Councilman, states. "I
n backed by no special move-
nenr or group. I run my own
mpaign and need the full sup-
The Rabbi Marius Ranson Inter-
faith Brotherhood Chapel board!
his bid for! vvili include Dr. and Mrs. Ran
ouncil is run- son as honorary directors.
rung on a 7 point platform Among,
his planks are:
A thorough study of
financial condition; Opening up
RABBI MAKHIS RANSOM
Washington Ave.
Standing on his record of twen-
ty years' service to the commun-
ity," Mr. Liberman is advocating
continued economy in city govern-
ment, more parks and playground
areas together with added recrea
tion'facilities.
*
HAL HERTZ
Hal Hertz, candidate for Miami
Beach Citv Council, is urging the
more tourist markets, especially
the European market; More an-
nual events of national and inter-
national interest and increase in
convention and promotion efforts
Closet1 municipal cooperation with
merchandising sales program;
Study of traffic and meterless
parking methods to solve prob-
lems ol retailers, auto driving cus-
tomers and eliminate nuisance
traffic tickets; More recreational
areas and programs for mature
citizens; Encouragement for pri-
vate enterprise to provide handi-
craft types of employment for old-
er people seeking part time jobs
to add to their income.
Ttie candidate, president of a
general contractors firm, is a di-
wood in New Jersey where he'hail
The board will meet monthly to ,he actjVe cooperation of Mrs.
. plan projects for the develop Theodore Edison and other mem
; ment of better understanding be- ^^ of the Thomas A. Edison
tween Christians and Jews, and familv.
Christian and Jewish organiza-
tion. have been invited to COO. Djrta* the RJtjyjf
tSJSTbSStSiSi s !U and,,, he -,e.
in the chapel.
The Rabbi Marius Ranson
Chapel will stand as the crowning
acknowledgement of the 40 years
which Dr. Ranson has dedicated
to creating good will between
leeted by the War Department to
be the Jewish member of a trio
of Catholic, Protestant and Jew
ish religious leaders to conduct
courses on religion, brotherhood
and Americanism at camps on the
point out. From Newark. N.J.. he was
Dr Hanson's good will activities sent, in a U.S. bomber, to Miami
began in the Orange and Maple- Palm Beach and Boca Raton and
------------------------------------' in five weeks conducted courses
sells two important commodities; j for 10,000 soldiers and sailors
the ocean and the sun. and the! This experience convinced Dr.
governors plan will wreak untold Ranson that he could conduct his
removafof tolls from the Venetian rector of Chase Federal Savings
Causeway and building of a spur and Loan. ^ ^
to Pelican Island from both the
Venetian and Tuttle causeways.
Mr. Hertz called the small island
a natural location for a Disney-
land of the South.

AARON FARR
Jerry Granger, pledging
iinancial hardship upon every
tourist industry. Adversely affect-
ed will be the hotel, apartment,
boating and restaurant interests
and all other allied nndustries."
Malek pointed out that the ocean
is public domain, belonging to the
candidate for Miami Beach City people, and such a tax would be
Council, urges closer attention to arbitrary and discriminatory to
the city's financial interests. Smith south Florida and Miami Beach
M
M. WILLIAM SMITH
William "Srnitty" Smith.
good will works to very good ad
vantage in Florida, and in 1948
he accepted an invitation to serve
the Ft. Lauderdale Jewish congre-
gation.
With the cooperation of Rev.
John H. Hanger, then pastor of the
Park Temple Methodist Chnrch.
now pastor in Coral Gables, and
Monsignor John J. O'Looney. Dr.
the city's tinanciai mieresis. omim south Fioriaa ana Miami immmw consignor junn j. v mv..w -
asserts that "only a businessman since Florida central and northern j Ranson and the representatives ot
i| serring on the Council, can stop counMes do not have the ocean. \ Catholicism and Protestant Chris-
mpaign and need the full sup-! Jerry WMgr. wS^LJZ\ waMg of the taxpayer's money." I hm Wei civio leader-and) tianity launched a brotherhood
,rt of the citizens of Miami, su pportfor ^*^*"3 The candidate, a businessman; J'V the' Royal Hunganan movement in Ft. Lauderdale.
:,,aoh for that is where my inter- for Miami Beach CU> Council ^ ^ ^ ^nXy owner^ nu ^ ^ ^^ ^.^ ^ ^^
ti begin and end says th^at AHMniM- ef o{ Coronet choco{a{es. Shore campaign manager Years a Rabbi-Some Saints and
1fSUPP" SftSE 1 "Sri ism "nd tnat's Sw7 net< on A trustee of Beth Jacob Congre- Joe Ma)ek asslsted by Jack sifmcrs ave Known,-. Dr. Ran-
t for special interests, but ton ism, and inai I gation he-is also vice president! ciment son continues to be in demand as
of the Miami Beach Zionists. He'______I
helped organise the Miami Beach'
Jaycees and hi also a member of
the Masons and Elks.
LEGAL NOT1CR
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N..TKK IS HKKKHY tllVKN Skat
lh wdei lan< d, d*lrlng lu n
n i.,is,n, K under Iho tl iltln m.m^
f BTATE INVWTIOATltiN Bl
RKAtl .it S12 > N W T'li Weil
Mi;.nii, n.i Intend* te i aid
aim- with the i'1-rk Of thl ir.nlt
'ourt nf !>' County. Fli Ida
Ki'iiNrnuK sri'i'.itM \i:ui:r INC
OP MIAMI
By Paul Kata, HrertUeiK
M'ii-.. iiiiinun, Kaplan a CAtanuMi
> w. l-i Street, M ami
24 11. 6/7, 1 I
tax in the legislature, Miami ,N THE CIRCUIT court of the
Beach and all of South Florida eleventh judcial circuit of
will lose many millions of dollars
in tourist revenue.
"Miami Beach," said Malek.
a speaker.
LEGAL NOTICE
JOE MALEK
Joe Malek, Miami Beach City-
Council candidate, expressed
strong opposition to Governor Faris
Bryant's proposed tax and propos-
ed licensing on all salt water fish-'
ing. Malek stated that if the gov-
ernor is successful in passing this
legislature, Miami
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county in chancery
No. 63C 5M6
T1IK WIUI.IAMKBl'tUlH
SAVIN. ;s HANK,
I'lali
\
ARTHUR Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
T< Arthur i 'lu mber vlngle man
71 W. I'ih Btreel
N< n v.. i k i" 11 >. Sew To
You are hereb) aotlflee thai the
. i aptlom 'i .. tion hut beei
tit n i -> i aaalnal yu In the I'ircuW
Com i of the l-:i. venth J iidli lal i
cult of Florida In and i"i tlade Coun-
ts io foreelo morlami upon the
folloM Inn dem-i lb< i eaj ;< i ni
l...i :; Block II, HCtlTT l.\Ki-:
MANOR, SBCTKN TWO, arrordlni
t" the Plat thereof.
Plat Book SO l..... '- of the PubM
Is ol lide '"tmt .............
together with ih.- followlna Itema >*{
property which are located In
I., manentry Inetatled ..- .> part .>f
tin Impn a i nient.. i n said land! l
Rlecti Huburban Oven, Model No.
> rial No 7U'lli. 1 Kleotrle
Suburban R <<. Uodi BSt, Serial
N M \i'\. 1 i iaa L'l IUj i 'entral
II. it. Modal No B .! n
n imbei I Nutone Klti hen Kxhauat
Pan it ii Hood
^ red to file your a*>
awer to plaintll u Ith the
'lerk of in- afon .--.t t ,., ri.
11 .1 coiij thei eof upon plalntlfrx
tftoi i M M'.i'lN PINK, tin. Plooi
Bld| Ml urn I 1-1. .v-
nter than Ju: l, or
.i 11. i I 'In CollfttBtlO ill I.
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K B LRATHKK M VN
i 'lerk of t hf Ctri ill Court
i By: K M i.VM \.\
l>eput> Clerk
m m:tin kink
\ttnl n. y fin Pll ll
1 Hii l ..... I 'ifli r tl. i.il Bldl
Mian.i 12, Florida
i M-JI, I 7-11
NOT'CE TO CRKDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE.
No SO42-A
In K- BBTATB OF
SAMCKI. NCS8BA1 M
I .. .-.-a-i-il ,, .
To All Creditor! and All P*n '
ii.ar Claim-. '.. I '.in.uitt Ala net oa
''""vmr'ani each fl JTOll ar i.y '
.,tiii.'. and required '"'"-;"'
iriairM and d.maada hleh you.
elthe* ..f you, ina> have '""; ',
.~t.it.. of SA.MtTl. NtrWIUt M
'.. raaea County. Jw"*1:
to tin. Honorable Pounts Ju
i ....I.- County, and til- '.
theh offlcea In the Co
In Ka.l*. '......iv. Plomto.
I, ndar month* from 'h. i.. "
,.-. publlcatl 'ii hi reol -' / '.'"',
demMMa t.. aontadn n.' ""' ,
.., ih. nlalniaal and Ube
. and if Mtit.'.i ..- ..i"" -"'' "'
Hill be Kit re*. .
Dated May Mat, A I> l .
IIKI.KN S NUS8BAI M
A- A.Inn: i .1 v
SAMtil. Nl 'HSI-.AI'M I......
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M>) l... A.ln.ll.iM .."iv
. | I geybold BMt Miami IS, r(
NOTXE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COL'
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 59451 -B
in Ki EH rATK OF
t
r.KAKNH'K Ai.l.KN
ro Ml I'r'.'.iVt'.as and AH Pw '
inl- Claim ... Donaaada Asa nai
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and .-a- Ii -f I
notified and i......Ircd i" pro"' '
. lalma and demanda in- "
,,f you, iir.v have ... -
.-I.,',- ol I'.KAKNU'K Al.i I.N
. i late ol Dade County, "'
to the ll..ii.ii..Mi Count) "' '
Dade Couhty, and fii- "",-'.'
I heir offloea In the Count)
Hade County, Florida, !>!
Ii ndar monthi from n.....''
publication I*
or demand! to contain the h "
of the claimant i..... '
t,. and preaenti aa af( reaald, oi
, luiti ii
Dated Ma) 21t, A.D -,
POINSETTA BRADSHAW
Ai Exi-i utrlx "f the l-i-1"'1' ', N
i ami nl of BBARNH i- a'-'
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Friday. May 24, 1863
+Jcmidhfk)rkiiaHn
Page .L5-E
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iiiidi imkiihI. desiring to engage
a buulnesa-ntider Hi,, ftatitinus. name
ol PARADISE TENNIS OF FLORIDA
a) 213 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami, I
tj nd to i i-ii r -aid mime with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JEROME KIMBALL
Hole owner
9 -l. SI, 8 7. ll
LEGAL NOTICE
Completing paper details ior the merger of Beyer Funeral
Home with Riverside Memorial Chapels are Leonard Zilbert
and Abe Eisenberg (seated), vice presidents of Riverside, and
Emanuel Mandel and Harry W. Beyer who will continue in
the operation of Beyer Funeral Home, now known as River-
side Memorial Chapel, North Miami Beach.
Riverside Memorial Chape! Announce
Merger No. Miami Beyer Funeral Home
Leonard Zilbert. vice president
of Riverside Memorial Chapels,
announced the merger of the Bey-
er Funeral Home in North Miami
Beach with the Riverside organi
zation. Located at 16660 N.E. 19th
Ave., the Beyer Funeral Home will
continue to operate under the man-
agement of Emanuel Mandel and
Harry W. Beyer, both of whom
have been with the company since
its inception.
Zirbert said that the chapel will
be enlarged, new equipment added
and extensive alterations made,
all with a view to give the North
Miami Beach. North Miami and
Hollywood communities the finest
of service.
Mandel, who resides at 929 N.E.
163rd Street with his wife Miriam
and daughters Eilene and Sheri
Jo. is a 41-year-old native of New
York City where he attended Tex-
tile High School. He served with
the U.S. Army Military Police in
Ihe European Theater during
World War II and has been a
Florida resident since 1946.
He is a charter member of the
New York Club of Florida and is
member of the Golden Friend-
ship Club of North Miami Beach.
a national Deputy Chaplain of
Jewiah War Veterans and a past
chancellor of the North Miami
Beach Lodge No. 195, Knights of
Pythias.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the nii'i'i -IUH..I. desiring to engage
in bUBlm -- under the fictitious name
ol MALEBRt I REALTY CO., at S4J0
W< -i 8th i't, Hlaleah, Pla., Intend
to reglnte*r xald name with the Clerk
: the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ANDREW MAI.ATFST A, Jr.,
BENJ \.\IN MALATEHTA.
TAIL MALATE8TA,
" minis
ANGELO A. ai.l
Attorney for owners
5 24, SI, 8/7, 14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY 0IVEN that
Hi. undersigned desiring to engage in
ouelneBH under the fictitious name of
COPY SERVICE OP .MIAMI BEACH
at 4S0 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
intends to register said name with
the Clerk { the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
UtWIN BLOCK
S/1H-S1, 5/7-14
O b i t u r i 9 s
a^ronsON, Mi, pica, TO, of B7S"
~w -i' >i t.t i v.iv l" Gordi >
JOSEPMSON. il> Mjanim. 68, of '
Harding Ave., died Ma) 19. River-
LEVINE, Bessie, 7".. of 71*0 Ru *"!
, di< .1 M n in Rivi uide
wolf. Mrs. R< 89, of 5253 Collins
w. died Ma; IS Riverside,
POBBiNS. Samuel .1 65, of 7807 Baj
died Ma> I*. Riven
i-CHE.NMAN. Mis. Itlllli. II. of
Hiawatha \\.-. died Haj 18, Gor-
don
llvie Irving E.. 75, of J780 Colllm
\v.-., died May lfi. Riverside
Diamond, Nathan, 84. of ni" Ocean
l>r., .| .-,| Ma) I" Rive >l l<
KNAUER. Max, 77. ol M01 ColUOS
Vv* died Ma3 17. Riverside
green. Mrs Ray 81, of -i- Meridian
Vvi died Mas i Goi don.
G^ENBAUM. i u. ill.-. 69, "i -'l ><
i lamlnaro Dr., dli .1 May 15. I
WtiooMAN, David, 61, Of IIH ~W
>ih St.. died May 15. Riverside.
CORDON. Mis Bather, 7", of 80! Ml-
\v. died Ma) :':. Riverside.
LIPSCHUTZ. Boris, M, of 1*44 BVt
: mli si .11. SILVERMAN. Mis Bertha, 7S. of
-7'." Collins Ave, died May il'. Uor-
i .ii.
FRIEDMAN. Lawrence-, 64, of 19*1
sw nth T.r.. ell.-.1 May 14, Gordon.
cilmour, Mrs Pauline, 7*. of MM*
'Iliiis. Ave., died May H. Rlver-
SEGAL. Mis Roaa, K, cif 1!"' NW
9tb Ave ; died Ma> 14. Oordon.
Mandel, a former cemetery
councilor at Lakeside Memorial
I Park, is cantor of Dade Heights
' Congregation, 140 N.W. 183rd St.,
and was recently given a testi-
monial there after seven years of
service.
He is chaplain of the Footlight-
ers Club, member of the North
Dade Lodge B'nai B'rith, a past
commander of the Abe Horrowttz
Post No. 682. Jewish War Vet-
erans, U.S.A., and is a senior Vice
Commander Dept. of Florida,
JWV. and is also convention cor-
poration chairman of the depart-
ment.
Harry W. Beyer is a native of
Camrien. N.J., and is a graduate
of Eckles College in Philadelphia.
A local resident since 1949, he re-
sides with his wife Geraldine and
daughter Carol Ann at 19720 N.W.
12th Ave.
He is a past commander of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars, a past
Senior Vice Commander of the
! Military Order of the Cooties and
1 is a member of the Board of Con-
trol. North Dade Exchange Club;
the North Miami Beach Lodge No.
195 of Knights of Pythias and the
North Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce.
Beyer is a member of Beth
Torah Congregation, North Miami
Beach, a member of Abe Horro
witZ Post No. 682 of the Jewish
War Veterans, a member of the
Maccabee Lodge No. 182; a mem-
ber of Me-Ami Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
He is also a councilor of Boy
Scouts of America and a charter
member of the Fraternal Order of
Eagles. He was associated with
Riverside Memorial Chapels in
1956 and was a U.S. Army ser-
geant in Europe during World
War II.
Heading the general executive
staff are vice presidents Leonard
Zilbert and Abe Eisenberg; the
latter instrumental in opening
Riverside's first local chapel in
1939. at 1236 Washington Ave. It
was replaced in 1961 by the beau-
tiful new structure at 1920 Alton
Road.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 3C 5354
I PHYLLIS NEWMAN,
Plaintiff.
Vs.
KEITH !:. NEWMAN,
l lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I TO: KKITII I-;. NEWMAN
P. ii. Box 1*6
stanu.n, California
Sou are hereby notified thai a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against yon. and you are re-
quired I" serve a com of your Answer
or Pleading to the mil of Complaint
an tin- plaintiff's Attorney, George A.
O'Brien, 2SS Aragon Avenue, Coral
Gables, Fla., ami file the original An-
swer or Mending in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the -'Mil day of June, 1968. If yon
fail n> do-ao. Judgment by default will
be taken against you for tin- relief de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be pubUsnetl once
each w.-ek for four consecutive wi i Its
in the jbwise i'i.okidian.
DONE AND ORDERED at -Miami.
Florida, this !0th day of May, A.D.
i :;!.
E. iv LEATHBRMAN, Cleric,
Circuit Couvt, ii.i.i. County, Florida
is,al) By: K M I.V.MAX,
Deputy Clerk
GEORGE A. O'BRIEN
123 Aragon Avt nne
('..nil itables, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
:, 24-81. f. 7-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 55227-B
IN RE: Estate of
NETTIE KL'NKLE,
Deceasi d.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my Final Ri port and Petition for
Distribution and Final Discharge as
Administrator of the estate of NET-
in-: KUNKLE, deceased: .mil that on
| the nth day of June, 1963, will appl)
to the "Honorable County Judges of
l i.oI,- County, Florida, for approval of
said Final Report and for distribution
and final discharge as Administrator
I of the estate of the abous-named de-
ci di nt Tins ;.-.ii, day of May. 1963.
cilAKI.F.s l". Kl'NKLE
SANT" |R1> M. s\\ EDLIN
Attorney
J::i Security Trust Bldg.
I Miami. Florida
5 21-31, .; T-ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to i nrfuue In
business under the fictitious name of
GREATER DADE COUNTY CHFMMT
BUREAU at R340 N.E. 2nd Ave., Mi-
ami :'.-, Florida Intends to resistor
said name with Ihe Clerk of the Cir-
cuit i'..int of I lade County, Florida.
MIAMI n IMMERCIAL AGENCY,
INC., sole owner
:. 21-31. ;. 7-11
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS INC.
2148 NW 10 Ave. FR 3-7180
Have your roof rejlr*lW{yOIJ
will iave on a new roof later
Satisfactory Work by
Experienced Men
1
MIAMI SEAL, CERTIFICATE &
STAMP CO.
CORPORATION SUPPLIES RUBBER STAMPS
LEGAL FORMS and LABELS
936 S.W. 8th STREET Miami, Florida
FR 3-6327
[IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S cbuRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59266A
in RE: Estate of
HERBERT J. WA1IL
I I.M'I -.I-.', I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Sai.i Estate:
Von at-.- hereby notified and requlr-
ed to pies, in any claim* and demanda
which you ma) have against the estate
of HERBERT J. WAlll. deoeased late
,.i i i.i.i. County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
iii. same in duplicate and as provided
in Hoot Ion 733.16, Florida Statutes, In
their offices in thi Count) Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar ......itha (torn the time of
the first publication heeaof, or the
same will oe barred.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this 16th
da) of May, a.m. 1963.
.HillN A. WAlll,
Administrator
CHEREN \Ni> GOLDFIN
ml.i ney for Administrator
607 ohmpla HuildiiiH .Miami. Pla
.-, 24-31. t 7 11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to mci-,
iNebuslnese uik1.iv. the fiqtitlouf
of HARPER-JAY CO., .....I luc.l al
mi Savons Avenue, Coral Gables,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of ihe Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
M. SCHIFF
CEOROE, AMES & R1TTER
1130 s.w. I ii-t si,, el
Miami 36, Florida
By: MERVYN I.. AMES
Attorneya for Applicant
6/17. J4. 31, ;
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to e/..
n h ndet he 'I Itiou pam
of t'ICERARO JEWELRY S'l'i >K.
237 N.E. 1st Avenue, Miami, Ho
ini.ii ; io register said nami *Ith tii
Clerk of Hi. i C iurt of i
.HAN' I. CICERARI '
ESTEBAN LLVAREZ
s,.i, I
GILBERT & YOUNG
Attorne) for Apple .mis
4T l.in.-..In Road
5/10, 17. .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 59503-B
IN RE: Ksi.it.....'
HELEN 1!. HIGGINBOTHAM
I >. .-eased.
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are herebj notified and re-
quired to prexenl any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .state of HELEN K. HIGGIN-
BOTHAM deceased late of Dada Coun-
ty, Florida, to the County Judgea of
Dade County, and file the same in
duplicate and us provided In Section
7:t:t.lii. Florida Statutes, In their of-
fices in tin- County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
w ill lie barred.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this {2nd
day of May. A.D, I1"::;
DOUGLAS HOFFMAN
As ESxecutor
HARRT ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Executor
4:'" Lincoln lid.. Miami Beach FTa.
5 24-81, .. 7-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O -"
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 4907
JOSEPHINE A Kite, yi i ALICE A.
Plaintiff,
\ s.
GILBERT ALICEA,
l lefendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: GILBERT ALICE \
c o Candlta Allci a
'J'2','1 Amsterdam Avenue
New York City, New York
You are hereby notified that
Complaint for Divorce has been I
.i^;iin-t you, and you ale hereby re
quired t> serve a ropy of your ajiswt
I to the Complaint on the Plaintiff
attorney, LKSTEK liixSERS, who-
address is fi21 N.W. 14th Street
Miami, Florida, and file the origin:,
of your Answer in the office of th
clerk of the Eleventh Judicial Circui.
in and for Dade County, Florida, 0
or before 13th day of June. Ii3. I
default of which the Complaint wi
be taken as confessed by you.
Dated this Ith day of May. 1961.
E. B, LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By C. L. ALEX 'NDER
5 10, 17, 24 '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 45042A
IN RE: Estate of
M M. COHEN
I it-ceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby given that we
have tiled our Final Report and ivtl-
tion tor Distribution and Final Dls-
charge as Co-Executors of the iti
of M. M. COHEN, deceased, and that
on the loth day of June. IMS, will ap-
ply to tin- Honorable County Judges
..f Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said Final Kepoi t and for distri-
bution and filial discbarge as Co-
Executors qf the estate of the above-
named looedont. This |i)ih day of
May. 183.
..ilAMI BEACH FIRST
NATIONAL HANK
liy Dennis P, < lum
KBYMOl'It .1 SIMON
SEYMOUR .1. SIMON, Attorney
Mi Alnsle) ii.iil.lini;
Miami :'.:'. Floiida
.". in. it. 4, :ti
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 3932
THE WIl.l.lA.MSl'.l RGH
s.w IN I IS BANK
Plaintiff,
RICHARD D. Mi IRGAN et u\.
el al
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: KlCHAItH D. MORGAN and
ANN S. MORGAN his wife.
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN If
alive ami if dead, the unknown
heirs, ii, \ is.. s. grantees, as-
signees, lienors, creditors, trus-
tees or other claimants olalra-
Ihk by, through, under or
against the above named de-
fendants.
You are hereby notified that the
above captioned action has been In-
stituted against you in the I Ircull
Court of the Eleventh judicial cir-
cuit of Florida in and for Dade Coun-
ty to forecio-e ,i mortgage upon (be
followiiiK described real property:
l...t 16, in block 68, of FIRST AD-
DITION TO CAROL CITY, ae-
cordutg to the Plat thereof, re-
corded In Pint Cook 60 at Pane
19 of the Public Records of Dade
county. F"loi Ida.
You are required to file your an-
swer tO plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve a cop) thereof upon plaintiff's
attorney, MARTIN FINE, llrh Floor
Dade Federal Bldg., .Miami :',L'. Flor-
ida, not later than June 12th, 1963, or
a Decree Pro Confeaso will be enter-
ed ngalnat you,
DATED: Muy 2, 1963.
I-:. B. LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
B) C. P. C< iPELAND
Deputy clerk
MARTIN PINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
nth Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
Miami 12, Florida
.". 10, 17. 21, 31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the mid. reigned, di si: ing to em
m business under Ihe fictitious name I
I'l.ASll PUBLICATIONS ii MOT
\ \\ t 111 St., Miami 17. Florida in-
tend* to registi r xald name '' h the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadi
County, Plot Ida.
JERROLD i HOCHFEL8EN
(sole o n, i '
i IT 24-31, 7 I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COjURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 4820
ELAINE Jt INES,
Plaintiff,
es.
GRIFF I.. JONES,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You are hereby notified that B BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has bean
filed Against you, and \..ii are ie-
quired to aarvi .i copy of your Answer
or Pleading i" the 1"" ol Complaint
on the Plaintiff's attorney, WALTER
H LEBOWITZ, i:s..i. 7M First Btreet,
Miami Beaoh, Florida and file the
original Answer "i Pleading in the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 12th day of June,
IMS. it you fall to do so, Judgment
by default will be taken against you
for ill. relief demanded In the Bill
of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 3rd da) ol May, A.D.
1961.
E. It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(Circuit Court Seal)
By: k M. i.yman. Deputy Clark
WALTER B. LEBOW1TZ, ESQ.
;m i' st
Miami Beach, t orlda
Attorney for Plaintiff
, t, 17, 24, II
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUH"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 589070-B
in RE: Estate of
JtiSKi'H v. DAVIDSON
Dec. a .I.
NOTICE OF PPOEATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
'I'.i \l.l. I'KI'.SoNS INTERESTED IN
THE BST \TK OF SAID DECEDENT
You are bevab) notified that a Writ
t.-n Instrument purporting to l>e th
last will and testament Of said deCl
dent has been admitted to ptobat.
in said Court. You are hereby com-
manded within all calendar month
from the date of the first pubucatioi
of this notice to appear In said Cour
and show- cause, if any you can, whj
the action of said Court in admitttin.
said will to probate should nut itan
on revoked.
HON. FKANK B. HOWLING
County Judge
By MKI.HA C. DICK
ROBERT SCOTT KAUFMAN
Attorney
I4ns Ainsl.y laiildin-
Miaml 32, Florida
First publication of this noli.- i
the K'tli day of May, 1968.
.I/IO. 17, :'4, 3,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Oc
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 4832
in iBERT FAUST,
Plaintiff,
SYLVIA FAUST.
Defendant.
NOT CE OF SUIT
TO: SYLVIA FAUST
Residence Unknow n
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tha
a Complaint for Divorce has been fll
.d against you in the circuit Cout
in and for Dade County. Florida, an
you an- required t> serve a copy <
your Answer or Pleading to the Com-
plaint ..ii the Plaintiff's Attorm
SIMON, HAYS ,v ORUNNDWER41
:;.'l Alnsley Building, Miami 32. Flor
ida. on or before the Itth day o
June, IM*. if you fall to do so. .
Decree Pro Confesso will lie file
against you for the relief demandc
in the Complaint,
Dated al Miami, Dad.- County. Flot
..la. this 3rd day of May. 1963.
i: B. LEATHERMAN
Clark Circuit Court. Dade Count
(Circuit i '..in i s,al i
By: M. CAVAI.AIMS
SIMON, HAYS A GRUNDWERG
Attot ne) for Plaintiff
S01 Ainsl.y Building
Miami ::.'. Florida
-. m. it, :*.:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O-
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 4781
THE WILUIAMSBURGH
SAVINGS BANK
Plaintiff,
F.I.I.A MAF. WEILAND, a single
woman
l lefendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
in: ELLA MAE WEILAND,
a single Woman
P.O. Box :w
Hondo. Alabama
You are hereby notified that th
hovi captioned action has been In
atituted agalnai you In the Circui
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit Of Florida in and for Dade Coun-
ty to foreclose a mortKnKe upon th.
following described real property:
Lot |i, Clock -1. CUTLLER RIDGE
SECTION THREE, according to
the Plal thereof, recorded in Plat
Dock ,7, al Page B8, of the Public
Records of Dade County. Florida
together with Tub and Shower
Enclosure, Welbllt B in Ova|i X-
Rang-e "O60 526 Range Hood vv/
Fan, Hot Wati i Heater, v.mi
Blinds
You are required to file your ar.-
W< to i.l.iiniii'f's cioolaint with th
ci.-rk of the aforesaid Court, and s n
,i ,.\ thereof upon plaintiff's at
tomey. MARTIN FINK. I4ih Floi
11.,.i. i ,i. ; Bldg Mi.nni :t:\ Flor
Ida, not later than June 12th.
Or a Decree I l-o Colltcsso will 1>. Ml'
tered ngalnat you,
D l. I: Ma> -', IMS- .
IS. It. LEATHERMAN
Cl.rk of the "Ircull Court
B) c p ("OPELAND
ii Clerk
MARTIN FINE
i for Plaintiff
nth l looi Dade Ped< ral BkUf.
Miami 22, Florida
o. 1", 17, .


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