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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JfWIJH WUKLY
Volume 36 Number 22
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 31, 1963
Two Sections Price 20<"
Shazar Inauguration is ";H lfl,ed Louis Lipsky, 86, Dean of
Impressive Ceremony
JERUSALEM (JTA)Shnour Zalman Shazar was inaugurated as
Israel's nird President in a ceremony reminiscent of the Biblical
Ipagei Which attended the proclamation of the jubilee year and
[ccrooatloai of Israelite kings.
Witho cannon salvos or other +
military salute, his arrival at Par-
liamen* square for the ceremony
was her ided by army chaplains
(who sounded successive plaintive,
staccato and triumphant notes on
the tbofar. He then entered the
Parliament for a special session
for taking the oath of allegiance.
The .tire diplomatic corps,
the Cb f Rabbinate, Supreme
Court ioftices and other dignitar-
Reduction of
Life Sentences
Among First Acts
JERUSALEM fJTA) In one
lea wen present. Israels new of his first acts as President, Zal-
Frrsl i>. Rachael Katznelson man Shazar reduced this week the
Shazar id members of the Sha- U*e sentences of two Israelis con-
zar farn y watched the ceremony victed in the murder of Dr. Ru
horn the Presidential Box in the dolf Kastner, and commuted the
gallery.
Be*i,-i a starring House, the
Presici it-elect repeated the oath
admin ered by Speaker Kadish
Lux: Shenour Zalman. ton of
Sara < nc* Yehuda Leib Shazar,
pledc allegiance to the State
of leu and to its laws and to
faiths r fulfill my duty as
President." In one hand, he
held MM Bible as he raised the
othe' h gh. A fanfare of trum-
pets I cnalled the inauguration
and '< thousands who had lined
Parl.*TT.*nt Square broke out in
lustv i-eers.
sentence to the young kidnaper of
Yoselle Schumacher.
Zev Eckstein and Josef Men-
kes, convicted in 19S7 and given,
life stentertces in the murder of
Dr. Kastner, had their terms re-
duced to 10 years each. Dan
Shemer, serving a lesser sen-
tence for implication in the
same crime, was to be released
on the Shavuot.
Eckstein and Menkes will be
eligible for release next.Novem-
ber 6 if the customary sentence re-
ductions for good behavior are ap-
plied. Kastner was the center of
Dei vc ng Ms inauguration a.l- a political controvery arising from
: i -tinued on Paqe 2-A Continued on Page 3-A
New President Tells
Of Difficult Job Ahead
:.i."-"'."SALEM lelegn it Agency this week that to him the central task of the Pres-
idencj s that of rallying the forces in Israel for internal unity and
.on. a need he called a -historical imperative."
Hi : the opportunity, in the
txclusivt interview, to express his tant about accepting the nomina-
* *- r i A^tf*stt"oiss
lnr theii congratulations and good executive .., dcvoted the past de
shei cade to cultural and educational
He nid the task of creating
intern* unity in Israel was the
task p.'sued by his predecessor,
the !* Ixhak Ben-Zvi, and he
ipre woulc De successful ir following
m hit footsteps.
1 cents in the days preceding his
lsra< I third President disclos-
ed that he had been initially heal Continued on Page 7-A
work, a task which is close to my
heart and which I consider of
paramount importance. I was re-
luctant to leave it.
He added that getting assurance
that this work would not be af-
fected was one of his main con-
Columbia Campus
NEW YORK (JTA) James
H. Madole, head of the neo-Nazi
National Renaissance Party, spoke
before the Political Assembly-
Club of Columbia University re-
cently on the "dangers*' of the
Zionist movement, the "influence
of Jewish finance in American so-
ciety" and the "evils of race-mix-
ing."
Larry Kessler, president of the
club which invited the neo-Nazi,
said the invitation had been ex-
tended to Madole after some mem-
bers had asked to hear him. Kess-
ler added that he felt if anyone
wanted to bring the neo-Nazi to]
the campus, "our group was cer-
tainly the one to sponsor him,
since we do attempt to give a
platform for any and all views,
Continued on Page 3-A
President Urged
To Take Action
For Racial Study
NEW YORK (JTA) Formei
I Federal Judge Simon H. Rifkind
urged President Kennedy strong-
l> to include in the proposed
Federal mental health program
provisions for study and treatment
, or racial and religious bigotry
I which Judge Rifkind described as
I "a major mental health problem
i in this country." He spoke at the
inaugural dinner of the American
Jewish Committee's 1963 appeal
for Human Relations. The 1963
Appeal goal is $3,767,000.
"Such action," he added,
"could do much to reduce inter-
group tensions and conflict in
this country. This is especially
true in our large metropolitan
areas, where intergroup friction
has become one of the greatest
domestic problems besetting
America today."
He said the Federal Government
should enlist the "experience and
knowledge" of all community rela-
tions agencies "in mounting a na-
tion-wide attack on the psychologi-
cal roots of group tensions." He
pointed out that the American
Jewish Committee, oldest human
relations agency in this country,
pioneered scientific studies which j
"helped place the bigot where he l
belonged, in the mental health I
column."
A. II. Sonnabend. AJCommitteel
president, paid tribute to David.
Schwartz, who was guest of honor j
at the dinner, "as a communal
and philanthropic leader whose'
aim is to help men reach their
highest aspirations."
Zionism, Dies in New York
NEW YORK CITY Louis Lipsky, dean of American Zionism,
friend and colleague of the late Chaim Wcizmann in the building ot
the State of Israel, died here Monday at his home following an illness
of two months. He was 86 years of age. Funeral services will be held
Friday, May 31st (today) and the eulogy will be delivered by Moshe
Sharett, former Prime Minister and ex-Foreign Minister of Israel, who
is now chairman of the Jewish
Agency Executive.
He is survived by three sons,
David, Eleazcr and Joel and by
nine grandchildren. Eleazer is
president of the Jewish Telegraph-
ic Agency. Mrs. Louis Lipsky died
in 1959.
Born in Rochester, N.Y., Louis
Lipsky entered the Zionist move-
ment as a very young man and
his career in Zionism and as pro-
Zionism achitect in the United
States has been over a period of
60 years. He was a theorician,
orator, writer, playright and news-
paperman. He was secretary to
the head of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America and later presi-
dent of the World Zionist Execu-
tive Committee and of the Exec-
utive of the Jewish Agency for
Palestine,' serving the latter organization in London, Jerusalem and
New York.
Mr. Lipsky played a vital role in creating the climate in America
relating to Woodrow Wilson's espousal of a national Jewish homeland,
followed by the issuance of the Balfour Declaration.
LOUIS LIPSKY
El Al's first non-stop flight to Tel Aviv of the spring season
was dubbed the Dan-Carmel Nonstop Special in honor of the
official opening of Haifa's new deluxe hotel, the Dan-Carmel.
On board the 707 jet were a number of celebrities and execu-
tives of the Israel-Miami group who are investors in the Dan
chain. Bottom to top on ramp (left to right) are Mrs. and Mr.
Sam Friedland, Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stein, oil of Miami.
>ALEM Col. Carmel.
aid* the late President Ben
Zvi, a magnificent example of
artoi splendor. The other
day, : "lumped into him in Tel
Aviv it is no secret that Is
rael't next President will be
Zalma: Shazar. Col. Carmel
told rr< that, because of his pres-
ent situation, he is now "tempor
aiil> t of employment."
Sirr y. this means that Col.
Carmi is not permitted to
>irv (.uring the interim; and,
although Shazar is the only can
didate on a one-man list of hope-
full It >ucceed to the post, tech-
nically the colonel can not re
>urr- his duties until after the
Mind/in in
Israel
By LEO MINDLIN
elections which will be May 21.
(Since another meaningless
candidate.'
After that, politically minded
friends have been telling me.
Col. Carmel will be orienting
Shazar in his post. The Colonel.
as beautifully dressed as he is
beautifully diplomatic, would of
course offer no substantiation of
this fact.
I am told that President-
Elect Sha Tar speaks by the
reamful once he gets going.
My informed friends suggest
that he falls into a kind of
"ecstacy of philosophy" that no
side commentary will dis-
courage. In any case, by the
time these words are ir. print,
I shall have found out for my-
self. I expect to spend some
time with Mr. Shazar during
the next few day*.
Last night, after a trip to
Pardes Hanna, where one of Is-
rael's finest agricultural schools
is situated! I returned to Tel
Aviv to spend an evening wRh
Israel Vager who. with his four
brothers, runs one of this coun-
try's very complex privately-
operated businesses. Mr. Vager
heads a chain of motion picture
theatres; his brothers are at tbe
helm of other enterprises, rang-
ing from farms through cattle-
raising.
The evening's conversation
was substantially political, with
the reigning Mapai and the
Prime Minister, himself, coming
in for a good bit of ribbing.
This, incidentally, seems to be a
growing national sport, which
particularly emphasizes Mr. Ben-
Gurion's "dictatorial" inclinations
talk that is widespread enough
Continued on Page 4-A


Page 2-A
+Jew 1st FtcrMian
Frickry, May 31. 1963,
Shazar Inauguration
Impressive Ceremony
Continued from Page 1-A
dress at the Knesset. President
hazar said that the essential first
condition to overcoming Israel's
internal and external dangers was
"a meeting of hearts among us
all." Paying tribute to Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, Israel's first President,
snd to Izhak Ben Zvi. Mr. Shazar's
predecessor, he said the lesson of
the period preceding the restora-
tion of Israel was "eternally grav-
en in our hearts,'" and that "no
sacrifice is too heavy for our peo-
ple to safeguard the peace, free-
dom and future of the State of
Israel."
"We cannot mitigate the pangs
of Israel's redemption except by
raising aloft the banner of love
for Israel, by uprooting inter-
necine hatred and erasing fana-
?ieism, by fostering mutual re-
spect and true tolerance," he de-
clared.
"I hope that peace would not
be long delayedpeace with our
neighbors and peace throughout
the region," he said. "Our hand
is outstretched for peace and the
day will come when peace between
the nations and the peoples will
be established all over the world.
We, within the limits of our
strength and influence, will be
among those who helped to pre-
pare and establish it."
Stressing that Israel was open
to all the Jews of the world, he
added, "we shall always remem-
ber that we still have a people
all over the world, a people that
, is our bone and ilesh, a people
subject to incitement in one cor-
ner and spiritual self-abasement
in another, doomed to conform-
ity and assimilation everywhere,
either through lack of strength or
lack of spirit, whether wittingly or
unwittingly but nevertheless de-
voted to Israel's heritage and its
hope for redemption."
He said that "Israel was with
the Jewish people in its trials and
tribulations and we long with all
our hearts to see its sons share
in our struggles and our construe
tive endeavors in Israel." Em-
phasizing that "like the best of
states." Israel guarantees liberty
and equality to all its citizens."
he called for the fostering of
every creative spark of talent and
knowledge" and the gathering to-
gether of the "scattered sparks of
Jewish genius."
Rajakovic. Ex-Nazi, Turns Up in Munich
quently. Rajakovic was placed in
charge of the deportation of jeWi
from Holland.
,3'""l
Zomoro Picnic at Matheson
Temple Zamora annual picnic at
Matheson Hammock will begin at
10 a.m. on Sunday
Sponsored by the Brotherhood,
the days activities will feature
baseball and football games as
v ell as touch races for the young-
< r children.
Members of the Temple and
their families will be guests, and
refreshments will be available at
the picnic area
Chairman of the day is Hilbert
Leavitt.
^termites
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all
year-round
MUNICH (JTA> Erich Raj
akovic. a former SS officer ac-
cused of -Uw wartime deportation
of 110,000 Jews from Holland to
Na2i death camps, turned up in
Munich after being expelled
from Switzerland. He was
; promptly told by the Bavarian
Government that his presence was
undesirable
Rajakovic, who previously fled
from Italy to Switzerland, was
expected to go to Austria.
which recently deprived him of
his Austrian nationality. Austrian
j officials had already announced
| that if he showed up in that coun-
! try. he would be put under police
surveillance.
He fled from Italy shortly be-
fore the Milan newspaper ear-
! ried a report on his Nazi back-
ground, charging that he had
been a key aide of Adolf Eich-
maim, the Gestapo official who
was convicted and hanged in Is-
rael last year for his role in the
wartime murder of 6,000,000
European Jewish men, women
and children.
The one-time Eichmann aide,
now a wealthy businessman, was
found by Swiss police at his villa
near Lugano and promptly arrest-
ed. He was forced to flee from
Italy, it was reported, as a result
of the efforts of Dr. Simon Veisen-
thal. chairman of the Vienna Jew-
ish Documentation Center, who
has dedicated his life to tracking
down former Nazis.
Austria revoked Rajakovic's
Austrian nationality last January
when rumors began to circulate
about his Nazi past. The Dutch
Government Institute for World
War II Documentation sent a 16-
page report on Rajakovic's Nazi!
past to the Austrian Government;
which announced it was investi-
gating the case.
Dutch tempers were reported
aroused at the possibility of Raja
kovic being permitted his freedom.
The Telegraff of Amsterdam said
he had a major rule in the
Nazi persecution of Jews and that
the Dutch "could provide every
bit of proof needed."
Reports from The Netherlands
indicated that Rajakovic had
contacted Eichmann when the
latter was In Austria in ltM to
register Jews for spoliation. He
was assigned to organixe the
groundwork for eoncentrtaion
camps in Nisko, Poland.
In 1948 he was sent to Holland
where he became an aide to Ar-
thur Seyes-Inquart, the Reich Com-
missar'for Holland, who was later
hanged by the Allies. Subse-
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.i
Friday. May 31. 1963
fJenist) ncrkUar
Page 3-A
JOSfPH COHIN
Education Bureau
Reelects Cohen
i >
Joseph Cohen was rcelected
i dent of the Bureau of Jew-
li Kducation for 1963-64.
Leon Ell and Judge Fred N.
!arad were elected vice presi
ents; Al Sherman, secretary;
kielvyn B. Frumkes, treasurer.
Pasl presidents Of the Bureau
"c-li.de Louis Heimiin. Mux III Is-
Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Matilda
atner.
Meyer A. Baskin, is honorary
resident; Harold Thurman, Har-
j Simonhoff, Mrs. Joseph Dun-
v. Mrs. Louis Glasser and Leo
Inbinson, honorary vice presi-
ents.
Workshop, Music
Features Annual
Cantor's Conclave
Two evening programs including
premiere performances will be
presented by the American Con-
ference of Cantors as part of its
10th annual convention, to be held
this year at the Barcelona Hotel.
First of the programs. New Hor-
iions of Music for the Synagogue
and the Community, will be pre-
sented at Temple Israel on Mon-
day evening June 10. 9 p.m. A
program of concert classics, music
for the Synagogue compose.i in Is-
rael, a Torah Service by a former
Miamian, Robert Strassburg. and a
wedding service by composer.
Max Helfman, will be performed.
On Tuesday evening, June 11,
"Isaac Levi," a music-drama in
English, by Frederick Piket and
Raymond Smolover will have Us
Florida premiere at Temple Beth
Station.
Isaac Levi."' commissioned by
the Opera Theatre of Westchcster,
will feature two local artists, Miss
Salwa Mernge and Miss Joyce
Farber.
Workshop." "New Developments
convention will include "New Ap-
proaches to Religious Ritual and
Workship," New Developments
in Vocal Pedagogy," "Jewish Mu<
Ic Festival of 1963." and The
Evolving Image of the American
Cantor."
Going over score of "Isaac Levi," second program to be of-
fered during the 10th annual convention of American Con-
ference of Cantors on Tuesday, June 11, at Beth Sholom. Left
to right are Cantor David Conviser, of Temple Beth Sholom,
Joyce Farber and Salwa Merrige.
Dr. Flipse is Guest Speaker
Dr. M. Eugene Flipse. Professor
and Chairman of the Department
lic Health at the University of
Miami School of Medicine, will be
uuest speaker at the third session
ol the adult series, "Meeting the
challenge of the Prime of Life,"
Monday night, sponsored by the
Miami YMHA Branch.
His lecture will be on "How
Can You Continue to Feel Physic-
ally Alive?"
Subject for the final session,
June 10, will be "How Important
are Other Interests in Life Be-
lles Work and Family?"
Neo-Nazi Invited to Speak
At Columbia University
Continued from Page 1-A
especially those that would ordi-
narily not be heard."
Indifference was the reaction
generally reported by Jewish and
Zionist students to the talk Avi
Mandelowitz, 20, board member of
the Columbia chapter of the Stu-
dent Zionist Organization, describ-
ed Madole's appearance as "noth-
ing more than a joke." Hillel
Cohen, SZO national president,
agreed. Jerry Zuroff, 20. presi
dent of the campus chapter of
Yavneh, an Orthodox youth group,
said the invitation was "part of
academic freedom. I guess."
21 Ye
Uptritte*'
Home Owaed
Mes Operate.*
Cuts Sentences
Among First Acts
Continued from Page 1-A
his activities as a leader of the
Hungarian Jewish community un-
der the Nazi annihilation program.
Shalom Shtarkes. uncle of Yo-
selle Schumacher, was sentenced
last January to three years' im-
prisonment on conviction of kid-
naping his nephew in one of Is
rael's most celebrated religious
conflict eases. He as also sen-
tenced to two years' imprison-
ment for perjury. The uncle also
was to be released on Shavuol
Eve.
Yoselle. whose disappearance
for two years stirred a search on
three continents, was finally found
by United States Secret Service
operatives in the home of a Brook-
i lyn rabbi last summer. Shtarkes.
who went to England after the
boy's disappearance, was extradit-
ed to Israel for trial.
JWV Honors
Veterans With
Memorial Service
The Department of Florida,
Jewish War Veterans of the
United States, will hold its an-
nual Memorial Day services, on
Sunday, June 2, at 11 a.m., at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery, 5505 NW
Third St.
Hy M. Morris, vice-command-
er for the Fourth Region, and
a Past Department Command-
er, is in charge of the program,
and participating will be the
color guards of all Jewish War
Veterans posts in the south
Florida area.
Services will conclude with
the firing of the traditional
three volleys by the Depart-
ment firing squad, and taps will
be blown by Albert Stuart.
Michael Dresner and Bernard
Horn.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Hon-
orary Chaplain of the Jewish
War Veterans, Department of
Florida, and Chaplain at the
Veterans Administration Hospi-
tal, Coral Gables, will be in
Charge Of the services, with the
cooperation of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami.
The gravesites of all veterans
of the Jewish faith; buried in
this area, at the various ceme-
teries, will be decorated with
an American flag, with the
committee in charge of the
decorations at the various
cemeteries composed of Dave
Dresner, Sydney Bergman, Sid-
ney Horn, Ainslee Ferdie and
Bernard Wander.

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Volume 36
Number 22
Friday, May 31, 1963
8 Sivan 5723
AMERICANS DO NOT KNOW THE FACTS
The story of the German scientists in Egypt
has hardly touched the American mind, not
because the American mind is incapable of
understanding it or being concerned about it,
but because the story must first be told.
By this we do not mean that the Admin-
istration and its various branches are delib-
erately blocking the story. The truth more like-
ly seems to be that they, themselves, are as
yet insensitive to the broader mplications of
the situation, and thus consider as exaggerated
Israel's obvious anxiety.
What our Government sees is an increas-
ing Nasser propensity toward a "truer" neutral-
isma neutralism bending slightly away from
Moscow. This, of course, is as fictitious as
bnything can be in the matter of Egypt's peace-
ful and friendly intentions. If Nasser seems
more "perpendicularly" neutral these days, it
is merely that Uncle Sam's dollars have mo-
mentarily propped him up and, incidentally,
supported his successfully aggressive cam-
paigns of conquest in Yemen, Syria, and Iraq
to the worst interests of the United States.
Dollar and containment diplomacy in this
regard, long ago proved to be ineffective, again
views the possibility of the German scientists
having gone Eastward a possibility that
would have exiled them forever rather than
bringing sanctimonious statements from Bonn
that men, even scientists, have the right to free
self-determination.
Hence, in our Government's view, the sci-
entists in Cairo are nothing to worry about. We
predict they will be plenty to worry about in
the years ahead. If Israel, and Jews generally,
feel the pressure today, it is merely that they
are, and rightly, ultra-sensitive to the immedi-
ate aim of Nasser and his store-bought tech-
nology the elimination of Israel and the re-
sumption of the Nazi campaign against the
remainder of world Jewry.
But history should surely have taught the
lesson that Hitler never meant to stop once he
destroyed the Jews as the U.S. so sadly
learned during the bloody European cam-
paigns of World War II.
SHAVUOTH 1963
ZALMAN SHAZAR BECOMES THIRD PRESIDENT;
WAS ISRAEL'S FIRST MINISTER OF EDUCATION
By JOSHUA H. JUSTMAN
Jerusalem
The Knesset has elected Israel's
third President to succeed the late
Itzhak Ben-Zvi. He is Zalman
Shazar, a 73-year-old scholar, writ-
er and veteran labor leader, who
was Israel's first Minister of Edu-
cation and is now a member of
the executive of the World Zion-
ist Organization in Jerusalem.
The choice of Mr. Shazar, once
known as Zalman Rubashov, re-
ceived wide initial support of the
Socialist and religious parties
and, although Herat and the Lib-
erals put forward a candidate of
their ownthe leader of the Lib-
eral Party Peretz Bernsteinthey
were quick to underscore that it
was not aimed at registering any
reservations with regard to the
person of Mr. Shazar. Rather it
was aimed at making the point
that they do not consider the
choice of a President from among
{he ranks of Mapai as a matter
of course.
Mr. Shazar first came to Pal-
estine 52 years ago, in 1911. Hit
stay in the country then was
sort time, ha loft to complete
his studios, but it was since that
day that his work and life bo-
came bound up with the strug-
gle for the revival of the Jew-
ish Homeland.
He returned at the end of World
War I. already as one of the lead-,
mg figures of the Poale Zion and!
as a scholar of repute. Together]
with Berl Katzenelson and Itzhak I
Ben-Zvi, he worked in laying the i
foundations of the labor movement, j
at the same time becoming a cen-,
tral figure and driving force in I
the field of scholarship and litera-1
ture. In 1922 he accepted an invi-l
tation to teach at the Pedagogi-i
cal Institute of Prof. Zvi Chayes]
in Vienna, where his time was di-
vided between teaching and work
at the European headquarters of
Poalei Zion. His time thus re-
mained divided throughout the
years to come.
He returned "for good" in 1924,
and was elected a member of the
I Histadrot Secretariat, together
with David Ben-Gurioo and other
founders of the Federation of
Labor.
When the organ of the Histadrut,
the daily "Davar," was founded
in 1925 by Beryl Katzenelson, Mr.
Shazar was invited to join its edi-
torial board. Later, upon the
I death of Mr. Katzenelson, he be-
came editor-in-chief, a post be
1 held until 1949 when he was called
! upon to join the Cabinet of the
: newly born State of Israel as its
1 first Minister of Education.
i
In succeeding Itzhak Ben-Zvi,
Mr. Shazar occupies tho seat of
his closest friend whom ho first
met 57 years ago, in 1904, at a
j during (he week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
conference of Poalei Zion in
Minsk.
Ben-Zvi was then a student at
the Kiev University, but had al-
ready been to Palestine. Ben-Zvi
addressed that meeting in Rus-
sian; Shazarthen 16 years old
translated it into Hebrew. "It's
since that year that our great
friendship lasted," says Mr. Sha-
zar. Since that day until the very
last moments of Mr. Ben-Zvi's
life.
Those rather short biographical
notes can hardly convey Mr. Sha-
zar's colorful personality.
A fiery orator, a great scholar,
a brilliant writer whose prose
ranks among the best in modern
Hebrew literatureeach of these
would suffice to make him stand
out, as would his boundless devo-
tion and unrelenting work in the
field of Hebrew education. How-
ever, If we were to point out his
greatest quality, it would be his
symbolizing the continuity of the
Jewish tradition, combining with-
in himself, in extraordinary excel-
i lence and scope, the past and the
! present, all bent towards the mor-
i row. It is this great quality that
; makes him feel equally at home
at a labor rally and at a gather-
ing of rabbis or Hassidimand
loved and admired by both.
These are the qualities that
make his election as Israel's third
i President so natural to all.
JERUSALEMPrime Minis-
ter Ben-Gurion came float-
ing into the room beneath ,i
halo of white hair that pillows
as he walks. His cherubic ap-
pearance belies the cold iron
of which he is made. Within
minutes.-he embroiled Israels
Parliament in the noisiest and
most unruly session in its hiv
tory. Even hardened cor
respondents like William
Blair. of the New York Times, and Al Rosenfeld. of the Her.ild Tri-
bune, confessed to being excited by what they heard and saw.
Ben Gurian was scheduled to deliver the concluding part of a
major foreign policy address he had begun the week before The
word was out that he planned a sharp rebuke of the Kennedy position
on the arms race in the Middle East. But the Prime Minister oper-
ates in his own unperturbed way; often it opens on a seemingly m-
nocent note of historical or literary reminiscence.
Last week. Mr. Ben Gurion traced the beginnings of the fir-t
Aliyah to Israel, predating Theodor Herzl. before getting down to
what was really on his mind. The inclination in him is a kind of
self hypnosis, eternally suggesting the pedagogue, and dedicated to
justifying the renascence of a Jewish state in our time'. On this oc-
casion, the Prime Minister took a more direct route, launching into
an attack against the Herat Pary and its leaders, who earhr criti-
cized the first section of his foreign policy presentation.
But the directness was. itself, a circumlocution. Within
in a stunning reference to an ancient work called "Diary of a Fas-
cist," Mr. Ben-Gurion in very specific terms accused the Herat
Party of having glorified Adoll Hitler and Nazism as a good
of a nationalist movement.
** **
MAPAI SITS IN STRANGE SIltNCt
MR. BEN-GURION JOl no further, A shout broke out from I
section. Menachem Beigin, leader of the party, led the attack.
This i> a -caudal.' he cried somewhat hysterically, And I
peatedly: "Yesh Gvul" "Then > a limit.'' other Herul men
sisted Ben Gurion had no right to mention the name of llitl>i
liament, At one point. 1 could hear Beigin call Hen Gurion .i
..in-an act of verbal agression that, in January, 1952. had
pended for a brief period of lime.
Speaker Kaddish Liu banged the rostrum with his gavel
and again. "I demand you sit down," Mr. Luz shouted at
The Prime Minister removed hi> glasses, leaned on his elbow and
calmly, almost half humorously, surveyed the fracas. After j while.
he turned to Mr. Luz and asked in a whisper I could hear Hah
Yesh?""What's coming off here? What have I said that caused all
of this?"
It was an innocence he would not be able easily to defend In
any case, the shouting continued for more than five minutes. Fin-
ally. Mr. Luz threatened to close the session. At my side sal Mr
John Karefa-Smart, Foreign Minister for Sierra Leone, in blue s'.nped
flowing robes and an exquisitely embroidered red velvet hat He
took the whole scene in with ravenous eyes, particularly noting the
joy of Moshe Sneh and his Communists over the fracas, and recalling
the Khrushchev shoe-banging episode he had witnessed at the I S
Throughout it all, the Mapai sat strangely silent, except it <>ne
point when Minister of Finance Levi Eshkol turned to the Herat
benches and joined in the shout-fest. But Foreign Minister Golda
Meir and Minister of Justice Dov Joseph, among others, remained im-
passive. It goes without staying that Minister of Education and
Culture Abba Eban had his nose buried in a statement he nU fan-
ning, polishing and repolishing.
; :
THf GMMAN QUESTION WB AGAIN
l/ADDISH LUZ, as is now common knowledge, did of cour- walk
out on the session, which lorced Ben-Gurion and his accusers to
sit down. There followed almost three solid hours of inter party
caucus upstairs, with the Prime Minister never once leavir J the
floor, except when Mr. Luz. acting in the role of mediator
on him to try to work the Parliament out of the impasse into which
he had seemingly thrown it.
The resolutions proposed, those Mr. Ben-Gurion rejected al I fin-
ally accepted, as well as the near-censure Menachem Beigin nearly
suffered for his singularly unparliamentary' behaviorthese are less
significant today than the Prime Minister's reason for his attack.
His ultimate purpose, after all, and which he finally achieved, was
to advise Mr. Kennedy that a cessation of the arms race in the Mid-
dle East within the framework of the American President', terms
would be no cessation at allthat it would in fact bring a halt to the
flow of arms to Israel, but that military aid to Nasser and Egypt
would continue to flow unhampered from the Soviet Union
Thus, Mr. Ben-Gurion implied, Israel had no alternative except
to seek her own strength in her own way, unless President Kennedy
grew more realistic. But what was the cause for the rest of the
uproar that had Mrs. Ben-Gurion, fearful over her husband's health.
anxiously pace the floor of the Parliament crying "Oy, Veto." and
Minister of Agriculture Moshe Dayan, tired-lookmg and bored, re-
peatedly inquiring of anyone who would listen: "Will somebodv pleaM
tell me what's going on?"
h,T!,e,aMSWer Ues in the issue of the German scientists in Esypi.
which still remains hotly-debated today. As a matter of fact, the
enure question of Israel German relations is supercharged with the
sort of emotion in this country that elicits the most partisan reac
manff ?S L,r,"m.,ho days ot the first announcement of Israel's
West rJZ* S? ubm**in g"s for the Federal Republic of
West Germany, Prime Minister Ben-Gurion has remained a symbol
SatIS '.k "V* 1 d business and .* ttndly with the land
that designed the slaughter of six million Jews in our time.
: -: :-
CWWIWC STRENGTH Of HERUT fAtTT
gUT THE HYSTERICAL debate in Parliament here was more than
of UrL'r.8^ 0ppo"tion Par,y reaction to Ben-Gurion's recent firing
?Jr whl .""amed SeCUri,y Chief' whom everyone knows here and
allv reahshr 7T' 6Wn ,thSC '" favor of th* Prime Minister > basic-
ireth hPrrn5,pflllCy' had *reat apathy. was. In short.
It was In i? ma" "U*' ,he scien,is,s included,
able snht incrcas'n*y externalized expression of the unr- i
fhe three hour cT ^ "&H Mapai and Herut. At one po
he floor of Pri? VNhe" Menach<-m Beigin briefly re.ur
the floor of Parliament to pass within several feet of the Prim "
Continued on Pag* 6 A


Friday, May 31. 1963
"-Jewlst Mpiridicmn
Page 5-A
Gov. McKe/din at Waxman Tribute
I.
COy. THEODORE K. McKElDIN
. notional leader
*
PABBI AlfRlO WAXMAN
. devoted service
MARTIN HAMMER
. dinner chair
Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin. na-
tional leader, will he guest speak-
" at the Temple Zion-Israel din
ner of tribute honoring Rabbi Al
fred Waxman on Sunday night, in
the Napoleon Room of the- Dean
\'lle Hotel. The 7:30 p.m. dinner
will be preceded by a reception.
Former goverror of the State
of Maryland and now mayor of
the city of Baltimore, McKeldin
has gained international recog-
nition as an outstanding expon-
ent of mutual understanding be-
tween rations, races and reli-
gions.
McKeldin was selected as the
first president of the American-!
Israel Friendship Society, an or-'
ganization consisting of" national
leaders of all faiths in the fields
of art, business, education, labor,
literature, politics and religion/
uho believe that there is a need,
for a continuous and non-political
expression to the friendship which'
exists between the two countries.!
Heading the committee in charge
of arrangements for the dinner are
Hyman Potash, president of Tem-
ple Zion, and Martin Hammer,
dinner chairman, assisted by Ber-
nard Jaffe, president of the Men's
Club, and Mrs. Max Feinstein,
Educators Alliance
Honors Veterans
Hebrew Educators Alliance of
Greater Miami will honor two vice
presidents, Miss Nettie Goldstein
and Meyer Samberg, both veterans
in the field of Jewish education,
I ii- final meeting of the year.
Saturday night, at Beth Israel.
Miss Goldstein, who has com-
pleted 13 year- of teaching at
Temple Beth sholom. Miami Beach,
i- a graduate of the Teachers In-
stitute of the Jewish Theological
Seminary, and of Columbia Uni-
versity, NY. and has done grad-
uate work at New York Univer-
sitj.
She has studied and taught at
Bel Berl in Israel, and teaches
English to foreign born for the
Dade County Hoard of Public In-
struction. Before coming to .Mi-
ami. Miss Goldstein was adminis-
trator an I head teacher of the He-
bn .' School at the Societj tor Ad-
vancement oi Judaism in N v
Meyer Samberg has -pent 25
- in the field i I Jew ish edu-
cation. A graduate oi Yeshivah
Rabbi Jacob Joseph and of Brook-
lyn College, be has done graduate
work at Cornell, Rutgers, and
Dropsie College.
Before coming to Miami, Sam-
berg headed the Hebrew High
School departments of Anshe
Emeth Schools in Chicago, and1
served as principal of the Jewish
Education Center in Philadelphia.;
During World War II he served
overseas as instructor of foreign
languages for American officers.
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 grave; of those known to us to be War Veterans
v II be decorated for the services.
You and momfajtrs of your family are invited to attend on
Sunday, June 2nd, 1963
at 1 1:00 a.m.
Plej'ie be on hand not later than 10:45 a.m.
president of the Sisterhood.
Rabbi Waxman will be honored
for "devoted service to the tem-
ple, the community and the State
of Israel."
raduate of Liverpool Theo-
logical Seminary and Cardiff Uni-
versity and Swansea University in
Wales, Rabbi Waxman was i ill. !
to Miami and Temple Zion in
1951. In England he was national
vice president of the Mizrachi Or-
ganization.
A member of the Rabbinical
Assembly of America. Rabbi Wax-
man is a past president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn.
and is now executive vice presi
dent.
Rabbi Waxman is State <"hap-
lain of the Jewish War Veterans,
Department of Florida, and Jew-
ish Chaplain of the Veterans Ad-
ministration Hospital in Coral
Gables.
Rabbi Waxman, who in 1958 re-
ceived a "Covenant of Life Ten-
ure" from Temple Zion Congre-
gation, is now celebrating his Bar
Mitzvah Year a^ spiritual leader
of the synagogue.
Hy and Frances Krieger, recipients of a S2.000 check for a
trip to Israel in Beth Torah Men's Club project "Passport to
Israel." Ben Karp, Club president, made the presentation in
the Temple's social hall during the annual Mother's Day
breakfast sponsored by the club.
hral Palsy of Miami, will speak
to the Southeast Florida Chapter
of the National Multiple Sclerosis
Society on Monday evening, 2100
Washington Ave. Her subject will
! be "'Psychological Adjustment to
Psychology at the United Cere- Physical Disability."
MS Society to Hear Chief
Of Dept. Miami CP Clinic
Dr. Estelle MosKowltz, Chief of
the Department of Speech and
BEFARR-SIGHTED
elect AARON FARR
An Honorable Business Man of Unquestionable Integrity.
The ONLY Candidate Experienced in Tourism.
Farr Tours, Three Generations on Miami Beach.
Father of Airline Package Tours that Transformed Miami Beach
Into a Year-Round Resort.
His GoalTo Revitalize Miami Beach's No. 1 IndustryTourism.
PUT A. FARR IN YOUR FUTURE
COMMITTEE TO ELECT AARON FARR

Irvins Alberts, M.D.
Anc Aipert
Delia Applobaum
David Bass
Daisie H. Bandel
Herman Binder
Mike Bayard
Lillian Blasberg
Estelle Brenner
Charles Bromtr
David Catsman
Eleanor Catsman
Harold Chcskin
Freda Cohen
Ben Davidson
Mae Davidson
David Drucker
Harold Dntker
Morris Dubler
Lena Dubler
Leon Ell
Minnie Feinberg
Dorothy Krieger Fink
Cnvid Flecman
Hilda Gertler
Dora Gtirson
Cladys Gtrson
Ben Zion Ginsburg
Ruth Ginsburg
Manny Goldstrich
Sidney Gorchov
Arnold Goldman
Jerry Granger
Burton B. Goldstein
Grace Goldstein
Ben Grenald
Max Grossman
Marian Grossman
A. J. Harris
Diane Heller
Daniel Neal Heller
Ann Kramer
Marvey Kramer
Beatrice S. Hyman
Irving B. Kaplan
Sylvia Kaplan
T-ixie Levin
Philip lefkowiti
Nettie lefkowiti
Jean C. Lehman
Frances R. Lehman
Kenneth Light
Herman Mack
Harry Magid
Anna Magid
Harry Mann
Sue Margolis
Dick Merrill
Toby Wing Merrill
Norman Minden
Martha Myers
Charles Nodler
Lou Nadler
Virginia Orleans
Mae Perlstein
David Philips
Byrtha Philips
Jacob Rabinowits
Ann Rowlings
Ruth Robbins
Alexander Robbins, M.D.
Jean Roberts
Goldie Rend
Claire Rosichan
Ruth Soft
Sidney M. Schwartz
Esther Schwartz
Harry Schiff
Lily Schiff
Jennie Seitlin
Ruth Sewall
Helen Shevach
Jacob Sher
Harry Simonhoff
Mellie Silverman
Bernard Spector
Henry Stupell
Fay* Topler
Sylva Weil
Philip Thau
Anna Wucher
Jack Wucher
Jack Wilson
Pull Lever 2A Vote For
AARON
FOR CITY COUNCIL
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Friday. May 31. 1S63
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Mind/in in Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
ii suggest a growing disenchant-
ment with his unilateral policies
MM.
But if Israelis have a unique
propensity for self-criticism, as
veil as for detecting humor In
heir most profound bitterness,
hey are cqualy merciless about
he failures in others. A case in
joint is U.S. Ambassador to Is-
rael Walworth Barbour.*
To be blunt about it, Mr.
Barbour is disliked here. This
is not a question of compari-
son with his predecessor, Og-
deo RekJ, of whom the country
speaks with respect and ad-
miration even today; the pres-
ent Ambassador has achieved
his reputation entirely on his
own. Last month, at the 12th
arvtual convention in Tel Aviv
of the Americans and Canad-
ians in Israel Association, Mr.
Barbour, scheduled to bring
greetings, simply failed to show
up.
The association is no ordinary
ocial club. It is an organiza-
ion of some 15,000 Americans
md Canadians seeking to become
sraelis in the face of the tre-
nendous problems with which
they must be prepared to cope-
problems totally foreign to;
Miyah from other Middle East-
ern and North African countries.
!n the past, such distinguished,
Israelis as David Ben-Gunon and
iolda Meir have been guest
Speakers at the association's con-'
"ention. This time, Minister of,
Labor Yigal Allen represented I
he Government of Israel as
-peaker. and Canadian Ambassa-i
lor to Israel Arthur J. Andrew|
vas excellently received in his
iricf address of greeting. But
3arbour sent a substitute under-
ing at the last minute.
What most Israelis complain
about is that, on the rare oc-
casions Mr. Barbour does show
up ar.ywhere, he principally
boasts about his golf game and
the amount of alcoholic bev-
erage he can consume.
The American Embassy is lo-
tted on H;iryarkin St.. in Tel
*,vi\. This is the fashionable
section of the beachpart of Is-
rael's "Riviera.'" Not common
ly krow is that much Tel Aviv
sewage is dumped along the
coast, in fact precisely where
the Embassy stands, thus mak-
ing swimming there a plannei I
objective for some five years I
hence, with an anti pollution |
program now on the boards.
But many Israelis less than I
silently suggest that so long as
Walworth Barbour will remain1
American Ambassador and chef !
tenant at the American Em-j
bassy, the project would fly in |
the face of their profoundest
feeling for him.
Four Russian Jews
Still in Prison for
Matzo Distribution
LONDON (JTA) Four Rus-
sian Jews are still in prison in,
Moscow for trying to distribute'
rratzoth there before last Pass-
over, and one of .them is in dan-
ger of death because he is on a
virtual hunger strike, refusing to
eat the non-kosher food, accord
ing to highly reliable information
received here this week from
Moscow.
The man who insists on refus-
ing the non-kosher prison fare
is Wolf Bogomolin, a graduate
of the Yeshiva which had been
conducted at Moscow's Central
Synagogue. While ordained as
a rabbi, young Bogomolin has
been acting as a ritual slaught-
erer for the Moscow Jewish
community, making his head-
quarters at the Central Syna-
gogue
Part of the information was
confirmed by an obscure, purely
local newspaper published in Mos-
cow at the house organ of the
Moscow Militia. The newspaper,
"Na Boyevom Postu." reported in
its issue of Mar. 28 that four Jews
had been arrested and indicted
on charges of "illegal commercial
activities" and "speculation in
prices." Originally, it was learn-
ed, eight Jews were arrested in
Moscow for trying to distribute
matzoth. Four were released,
while the remaining four, includ-
ing young Bogomolin. may face
more serious charges.
Jewish National Fund pays tribute to its lead-
ers and workers for outstanding service and
achievement. Seated (left to right) are Mrs.
Wolfe Shklair. Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, JNF re-
cording secretary, Mrs. Robert Garber, Mrs.
Beatrice Schiffman, Mrs. Louis Lustig and Mrs.
Abraham Mason. Standing (left to right) are
Sam Schachno. JNF financial secretary; Rob-
bi Morris Skop. guest speaker; Leon J. Ell.
president JNF Council of Greater Miami; Ccn-
tor Herman Gottlieb, gue?t artist; Harry Feld
man; Johan L. Berman, JNF vice president;
Benjamin Appel, JNF treasure!.
V J
Weizman Farband
Features Comedian
Meeting of the haim Weizman
Branch Farband on Tuesday even
ing. at Washington Federal Audi
torium. Normandy Isle, will hon-
or star of the Yiddish stage. Michl
Gibson.
Speaker will be Michael Sossin.
whose topic will be "The Older
American and the Farband." fol-
lowed by a discussion period.
Report on a picnic to be held
July 7 at Greynolds Park will be
given by Aaron Katz.
Chairman of the Branch is Moe
Lavin.
Hosts for the evening will be
Mr and Mrs. Irving Sachs.
ELECT
Revy Balkin
WIKLER
Miami Beach
City Council
Pull the Last Lever 1st
19-A
on June 4
KfVY BALKIN WIRIER
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DURING THE WEEK... US I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
Bter, I eould feel the electric reaction. Mr. Ben-Gurion turned sharp-
y away, his hands spasticallv clenching and unclenching.
In fact, a growing number of Israelis openly confess to Herut
dentification, which today boasts of some 22^" of the electorate;
while in the last national balloting, Herut was the only party to gain.
)n the one hand. Beigin and his followers may have wanted to show
hat Mr. Ben-Gurion can't say and get away with anything he well
Measesand the Prime Minister's comments were indeed gratuitous
and far from the point. On the other hand, they sought to prove their
growing strengtha phenomenon of which Jews in the Western world
are still today hardly aware.
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New President Tells
Of Difficult Job Ahead
Yeshurun Clubs In
Joint Ceremonies
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executive, ;'.n;l especially the ex-
perience
DAN RUSKIN endorses

Men's Club of Temple Adathi
"Yeshurun will install officers and!
directors in joint ceremonies with I
I the Congregation and Sisterhood
gained in furthering the, at a bufet SUpper and dance on!
'ecision on acceptance. With, WOrk of Jewish education and cul-' Saturday night, June 8. Rabbi'
characteristic frankness, the Pres ture wouM he said be of inval- Jonah E. Caplan will install of-
ident added that there were other President flcers and Myr Arthur Sn>"
rcasons1; for his hesitancy. \ UJDie nc,p n,m ncsicieni. der q{ Nor(h Miamj ^^ ^ be
He said that, knowing the real He stressed that peaceboth, guest speaker,
ity of Israel's interral political' within and withoutremained the officers elected Wednesday
life, the divergent nature of the wh,ch ,srac, pursue I night include Joseph Fields, pres-!
^Rrtlta*(?3 "*** ** c.eer-ent; Leon So.o.kin. vice prcsi-
SSd J*StaTSTSeK g-S* '^ emphasized that Jcnt; Morns Cohen, secretary
whether he could live up to the,ne friend-hips which Israel hadi lreasurer
tflsk Declaring that he was "un- developed with many nations 'are] Board memoers are Norman'
dcr 'no illusions about the diffi a 8rcal achievement and asset and j Goldstein, immediate past presi-|
cutties of the task." he added that, we must continue to foster such [dent; Jerome Harris, Morris Katz, |
to the extent we will be able to| friendship as before in a spirit of; Murray Kaumfa, Gilbert Miller]
overcome the gap beween com-1 sincerity and with thc aim of mu-! and Isidore Smith.
munities and hasten cultural intc | tual assistance."____________ I The Men's Club is at present
gration in Israel and narrow the, t m
partisan gaps, including that be-
J tween the secular an.1 religious
elements, and bring about a meet -j
ing of heartsthe state's charac-
tor w ill be determined and
strengthened."
Ho told the JTA ho felt that
not enough was being done
to strengthen the ties and deep-
ening the recognition of mutual-
ity between Israel and Jew In ,
other countries. He said that
while the problem was recognis-
ed "theoretically," in practice
there was a "still wide-open
field," a field "crying out for
ction."
I
The many years he had devot-!
ed to the Zionist movement be-,
lore and after joining the WZO
Judge Stallman
Now Surf side Judge
Louis H. Stallman, trial lawyer,]
was sworn in Tuesday morning, ,
May 21, by Town Clerk Eugene j
} Barber as Municipal Judge of Surf-
side, after serving as Associate i
Judge for six years.
He attended West Virginia Uni-
versity and New York Law School,
and practiced in New York City
for 22 years before coming to
Florida. He was admitted to the
Florida Bar in 1951.
As a member of the Miami
Beach Bar Asso.. he served as
chairman of the Ethics Commit-
tee, and is an executive member
of the Florida Bar Assn. Commit-
tecn on Uniform Laws.
Judge Stallman has been active
in civic and fraternal organiza-
tions for many years. He was
president of the Mu Sigma Frat-
ernity, Ceres Union, and the
Neighbors Civic Club in New York.
Locally, he was president of the
Gold Coast Democratic Club, vice-
president of the Men's Club of
Temple Ner Tamid and secretary
of the congregation.
He is chairman of the Surfside
Charter Revision Committee, Chief;
of the volunteer fire department,!
and a director of Hope School for'
Retarded Children, Surfside Music '
Society, Temple Ner Tamid. and |
North Shore Lodge B'nai B'rith.
EDWARD FIELD
Edward Field Wins
Guggenheim Award
Edward Field, son of Mr. ani
Mrs. Louis Field. 1430 NE 195ti\
St.. winner of the 1962 Thomas
Lamont award for poetry, has
been awarded a Guggenheim Fel-
lowship. His book. "Stand Up,
Friend, With Me," will be releas-
ed this month.
The 38-year-old poet's poem*
have appeared in The New York-
er. Poetry and The New American
Poetry 1945-60.
The poet's father was formerly
art director at Metro-Gold wy:i-
Mayer. Also living in this area
are two sisters, and their fami-
lies: Mrs. Sanford M. Green, and.
Mrs. Adele Fredel, who plays vio-
Jin with the Miami Beach Sym-
phony Orchestra.

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Mr. Hal Hertz
57 20 Alton Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Dear Hal:
X consulate J^f^^lS"
City Council. and coup*%? Logress"
Militant and ~** a*d llncerity .of purpose
It reflects a maturity a ion ^g pro-
As citi,en* interested in *. J- thin^
yu stand for. "K- oSSoA m Y -
ZSZSS? ^earnest *&%**?
for election.
1 t shall do my best to inform
all #tt*^*~& ^action..
Best wishes and kindest regards.
Sincerely,
Dan B. RusKin
LET'S PUT
.HERTZ
IN THE
COUNCIL.
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VjetvMi norkfinn
Friday May 2!. 1363
Miami JFCS
Receives Award
Dr. Goodman JYS Director Assn. Head
Jewish Family and Children's
Service of Miami was the recipient
of a national award from the Child
Welfare League of America for
''meritorious service to unaccom-
panied Cuban refugee children."
The presentation was made by
Robert H. Collacott, president of
the League, at the National Con-
ference on Social Welfare in Cleve-
land, O., on May 23.
The award, accepted by Leon
D. Fisher, executive director of
JFCS, in behalf of the agency, was
given "as a testimonial of this
agency's outstanding service to
Cuban refugee children, of the de-
voted and imaginative response by
its staff and board to the plight Robert H. Collacott, president of the Child Welfare League of
of these displaced children, and America, presenting a scroll for "meritorious service to un-
of the magnificent demonstration accompanied refugee Cuban children" to Leon D. Fisher, ,
^TrSt,VaegencS introv^ F^ ~ F^ *"?* Sf ^^^ ^'^ *
homes for them."
the national conference on social welfare.
In honoring JFCS, the testi-
monial added, "the depth of con-
cern for these children, the de-
termination to find care for
them, and the deep sense of re-
sponsibility to help individual
children regardless of national-
ity and residence, which were
evidenced, are qualities that the
League honors and wishes to
proclaim at its 43 annual meet-
ing."
During the past 18 months,
JFCS has provided foster home
Miami Window
Airman Second Class William J. Sonne. of Miami Beach, has been
reassigned to Okinawa following his graduation from the U.S. Air Force
technical training course for air traffic controllers. He is the son of
Mrs. Ruth Sonne, of 6844 Abbott Ave.. and a graduate of Miamj Beach
Senior High School ... Dr. Edward R. Annis has been selected as "Out-
standing American Citizen" by the Dade County Higlt School Chapter
of Young Americans for Freedom, and will accept the award at a testi-
monial dinner June 8 at the Dupont Plaza Hotel ... The 1500 Men's
Club of Morton Towers held its third annual installation of officers
May 18 at the Barcelona Hotel. Judge Milton Friedman was master of
ceremonies and guest speaker was Dr. Irving Lehrman. Installing of-
ficer was Samuel Seltzer ... The All-Miami Youth Symphony held its
spring concert last Saturday evening at Dade County Auditorium.
Numbering 79, the group represents outstanding musicians from 22
schools.
Marchesani and Cohen, architects, have opened offices at 237 West-
ward Dr., Miami Springs. Both are graduates of Pratt Institute New
York City, and registered Florida architects since 1960 Harold
Abbott, Henry Gilbert, Jack J. Gold, William Rafkind and Fred Stone
have received notification of membership in the 1963 Million Dollar
Round Table of the National Association of Life Underwriters. Qualifi-
cations include the proviso that members must have sold at least a
million dollars of life insurance in 1962 Westbrooke Country Club
is one of the three sites being considered for the 1964 National Inter-
collegiate Four-wall Handball Tournament championships to be held
next April. Westbrooke was the site of the 14th annual tournament
held last month and is the only one ever to be considered as a repeat
location two years in a row The Florida Handbag and Jewelry
Salesmen's Association held its May Market Week at the Algiers Hotel.
Charles Stone, president of the local group, said that 60 leading hand-
bag and jewelry manufacturers participated in the showing.
Harry Levy, regional director of South Florida for the Wabash
Life Insurance Company of Indianapolis, was elected to serve on the
board of directors of the South Florida Association of Health Under-
writers Another glamorous assignment for motion picture and TV'
make-up artist Ruth Regina She's been selected to apply the paint
and powder to the CBS stars appearing on the network segment of
the upcoming Miss Universe contest at Miami Beach Convention Hall
the end of July Because husband Michael Stahl. of Louis and Aug
ust, will be scouting the Parisienne beauty salons for coiffures to en-
hance milady, wife Adrienne will be able to sport a new hairoo even-
day Miami Beach won't be able to view the results of the research
until the couple return from an extended European sojourn.
The Eli Crespis at Maxim's. He's president of Eli Motors, Miami
Renault dealership which recently made the top five in Renault sales
throughout the Western hemisphere ... A new executive jet transport
in production at Aero Commander, Bethany, Okla., is apparently win-
ning a lot of friends among the American corporate market. Mert Mad-
den, president of Madden and Smith Aircraft here, says the first pro-
duction model of the plane, the Jet Commander, won't be delivered
until December but already some 30 American corporations have made
firm orders for the S475.000 plane "Cold Spell, stay away from my
door," says Don Sebastian, who entertains nightly with the Tiptoppers
at the Miami Springs Villas Carriage Club. Sebastian has a six-acre
farm near Davie where he stables horses and raises croton, hibiscus
and ficus plants for various Dade and Broward contractors. The cold
spell of several weeks back knocked out more than 500 young plants.
Bikur Cnohm
JEWISH CONVALESCENT HOME OF SOUTH FLORIDA
310 Collins Avenue JE 2-3571
MIAMI BEACH'S ONLY KOSHER
NURSING HOME and HEALTH CENTER
OFFERING THE NEWEST APPROACH
Total Care A Concept geared to Combine
Social, Spiritual, Medical Needs of the Indi-
vidual tor the Aging, Recuperative, and
Chronically III.
A CHEERFUL HOME OF WARMTH WITH EVERY
CONVENIENCE INCLUDING ELEVATOR, TELEVISION, ETC.
SIDNtr SltGU, Execvfive Dlrtclor
(Formerly Ass't. Director of the Brooklyn Hebrew Home & Hospital
for the Aged, Guarantees "UNDERSTANDING CARE")
care for 116 unaccompanied Cuban
children. The agency also pro-
vided professional casework ser-,
vices and supervision to 42 refu-
gee children living in the homes I
of relatives.
Jewish Family and Children's
Service is a member agency of the
Child Welfare League of America.
It is supported through the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation and
the United Fund of Dade County.
Dr. Michael Goodman, executive
director, Jewish Vocational Ser-
vice in Miami, has been elected
secretary to Region IV of the Na-
tional- Association of Sheltered
Workshops and Homebound Pro
grams.
The organization covers opera-
tion of sheltered workshop pro-
grams in Tennessee, South Iina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississip-
pi and Florida to develop services
and facilities designed to facili
Skitch Henderson
Pops Concert Star
Skitch Henderson, popular radio
and TV personality, inaugurates
the 13th annual Miami Beach
"Pop" concert series Sunday, June
9 as guest conductor of the Uni-
versity of Miami Summer Sym-
phony Orchestra. This will be the
first of 10 Sunday evening per-
formances at Miami Beach Audi-
torium, the series to run through
Aug. 11.
Making his sixth annual appear
ance with the "Pops,'' Skitch will
also double as piano soloist.
With the composer-conductor-
pianist will be Bob Carroll, a bari-
tone who has sung leading roles in
musical comedy shows throughout
the country.
tatc the rehabilitation of the
, chronically disabled person.
Jewish Vocatior^J Service is .i
j beneficiary agency of the OVftter
I Miami Jewish Ft deration and is
I also a member f the Welfare
Planning Council i: Dade County.
Variety Fund Drive
Passes Half-Way
Variety Children Ho.pital
building campai^r has just gone
over the $500,000 r.irk, it was an-
nounced by Ro'-coe Brunjitetter.
hospital president, and the drive
zoomed into the .'econd phase to
reach the million (iollar goal.
Volunteers were heartened by
the news, also. th.t the campaign
deadline had been extended tuo
weeks to June 20th by which time
the full million panel be raised (or
Variety to qualhS for Federally
matched funds. f
General Chairr/i.n Mayor Rob-
ert King High i- cor.t'.nuini< lo pro-
vide leadership to the drive in in
final weeks, although he i.s con
fined to his home recuperating
from his recent IUnest.
Funds raised her* will provide
a new Out Patien* department. 50
extra beds in a n-rsing wing, iur
gical rooms, ann B special 18-he<<
unit for emotion;. \ dMarbed chil
dren.
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Friday. May 31. 1963
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Beach Legion Post Memorial Services Surf$We Mayor Kin9 ,ns,0"s
Chamber Womens Division
Annual Memorial Day Services
of Miami Beach Post 85. Ameri-
can Legion, were to be held on
Thursday. May 30, 10:30 a.m., at
the Cenotaph, llth St., and Wash-
ington Ave.
Invocation and benediction will
be given by Rev. Wiley Scott of
j the Miami Beach Community
Church and Col. Perry C. Emmons
; of the Homestead Air Force Base
j will be guest speaker.
Preceding the services, the Mi-
ami Beach High School band, un-
der the direction of John Coleman,
i will give a concert, and color
i guards of veteran groups will ad-
vance their colors,
for the past 23 years, will be past
Chairing the program, as he has
commander Maurice "Doc" Klein.
Representatives of the following
organizations will place a wreath
at the base of the monument:
Disabled American Veterans,
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Jewish
War Veterans and Auxiliaries,
Veterans of World War I Barracks,
City of Miami Beach, Miami Beach
Lodge of Elks, Legion of Valor,
Civic League of Miami Beach,
Biscayne Democratic Club, Presi-
dents Councd of Miami Beach,
Junior Chamber of Commerce, Mi-
ami Beach Taxpayers Assn., Hibis-
cus Masonic Lodge, Miami Beach
Knights of Pythias, M. B. Em-
ployees Benevolent Assn., Ameri-
can Legion Post 85 and Auxiliary.
Surfside Mayor Sidney King in-
stalled Mrs. Milton Levinsohn for
a second term as president of the
women's division, Surfside-Bal
Harbour-Bay Harbor Islands
Chamber of Commerce on Wed-
nesday evening, May 22, at the
Surfside Community Center.
Other officers on the slate are
Mrs. Sidney King, Mrs. Wilbur
Arnold, Mrs. Harry Linsky, Mrs.
Walter Shwitzer, Mrs. Jack Zuck-
erman, vice presidents; Mrs. Es-
sie Wolis, Mrs. Edward Burman,
Mrs. Ben Schanfald. Mrs. Harry
Blatt, secretaries; Mrs. Daniel
Wolfe, treasurer.
Mrs. William Maxwell and Mrs.
Shwitzer chaired the program.
Palm Beach Temple
Starts Construction
Groundbreaking ceremonies heki
Sunday afternoon. May 19, mark
ed the start of construction of a
new Sanctuary for pioneer Tem-
ple Beth El of West Palm Beach.
Participating in the celebration
! were Rabbi Hyman Fishman of
I Texas, due to become spiritual
| leader of the Congregation in July.
1 and I. Irving Moss, president.
It is planned to complete the
initial phase of the Temple, cost-
ing $168,000, in time to hold High
Holy Day services in the new
building.
HUSS ITT/f HOUSEMAN
El Al Airlines
s 'Honored On Ch. 7
"The Sky Is Not the Limit," a
program honoring the 15th anni-
versary of the State of Israel will
be presented on "Still Small
Voice" over WCKT, ch. 7, on Sun-
day, 10 a.m. The script, written
by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, will
pay tribute to Israel's national air-
lines of the State of Israel.
Appearing in a special interview
will be Miss Ettie Houseman, an
El Al nosicss, who will describe
experiences aboard the airline.
Miss Houseman is a fourth-genera-
tion Sabra, who was born in Jeru-
salem. She grew up in MosMav,
and at college, majored in phy-
sical culture. In the Israeli Army
for a year and a half, she served
as physical education instructor.
She has also worked as a photo-
graphic model.
Captain Leo Gardner, associated
with th airlines, will relate his
experiences as a pilot in the war
of liberation for the State of Is-
rael. As a wartime hero. Cap-
tain Gardner flew important mis-
sions which helped to establish
the young state.
Miss Barbarai Segal, recently
awarded the UfY pilgrimage to
Israel, will speak of the anticipa-
tion and excitentent of an Ameri-
can teenager preparing to leave
for Israel.
'Still Small Voice" program is
sponsored as a public service by
the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater
Miami.
'
Beth David Young Adults
Beth David Young Adults will
hear a lecture and see a demon-
stration on "How the Lawmen is
Strengthened by a German Shep-
herd Dog," to be delivered by Po-
lice Sergeant Frank Gebhart of the
K-9 Unit.
In charge of the evening is
Shelly Levy.

Honors Special
Family Occasions
Your Welcome Wagon Hostess
will call with a basket of gifts...
and friendly greetings from reli-
gious, civic, and business leaders
of our community when your
family celebrates a sixteenth
birthday, announces an engage-
ment or the birth of a new baby,
or moves to a new home.
t
Whew the occasion arises, phent
HI 8-4994
Proven ACTION
for Human Rights!
Throughout 21 years of distinguished leadership as Mayor, Vice Mayor and Council-
man, Lee Powell's career has been highlighted by outstanding humanitarian ACTIONS.
Recognition of his accomplishments came in 1956 when he received the Leonard L.
Abess Award from the Florida Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith for improving
human relations and in 1963 when he received the National Conference of Christians
and Jews Brotherhood Award.
LEE POWELL CRUSADED AND SPONSORED THE LAW WHICH
PROHIBITS THE DISPLAY OF UN-AMERICAN DISCRIMINATORY
SIGNS IN FLORIDA. THIS LAW WAS PRAISED
BY THE UNITED NATIONS.
s LEE POWELL SPEARHEADED THE PASSAGE OF THE "DYNAMITE'
BILL IN THE STATE LEGISLATURE AGAINST TERRORISM.
LEE POWELL SPONSORED A RECENT CITY ORDINANCE
OUTLAWING THE DISPLAY AND PARADING OF
SWASTIKAS AND HAMMER AND SICLE IN MIAMI BEACH.

LEE POWELL SUCCESSFULLY FOUGHT TO UNMASK
THE KU KLUX KLAN IN FLORIDA THROUGH STATE
LEGISLATION HE SPEARHEADED.
LEE POWELL AUTHORED LEGISLATION AIMED
AT PREVENTING THE DEFACING OF CHURCHES
AND SYNAGOGUES.
PULL
LEVER
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Friday. May Gl, 1963
Schmier President
Beth Torah Cong.
Joseph Schmier. attorney, has
been ...elected president of Beth
Torah Congregation for l^^iM.
succeeding Irving Seidel.
Shmier came from Fresh
Meadows. Long Island. N.Y., to
North Miami Beach in 1959. He
was one of the founders of the
Fresh Meadows Jewish Center in
Long Island, the Hebrew Academy
of North Queens, Brooklyn Jewish
Community Council, the Flatbush
Jewish Community Council, Ye-
shiva of Flatbush. Yeshiva Ram-
ban of Flatbush, Avenue N. Jew-
ish Community Center, Young Is-
rael of Flatbush. Young Israel of
Brooklyn. He was also one of
the founders and former chairman
of the board of directors of Tem-
ple Adath Yeshurun of North Mi-
ami Beach.
A member of the New York
State, Florida State and Federal
Bars of New York, Brooklyn and
Florida, American Bar Assn..
Queens Bar Assn., and North Dade
Bar Assn.. he was admittted to
practice in the United States Su-
JOSIPH SCHMIIK
promo Court and served during,
World War II as Associate Mem-,
ber of the Local Draft Board of
Brooklyn.
Officers and directors of the
Congregation will be installed Fri-
day night, following late services
Thursday Heart Days Inaugurated by
Local Association With Open House
Parades Highlight
July 4 Celebration
Four parades, plus blazing
fireworks and many additional
features will hightlight the second
annual July Fourth Patriotic Ex-
travaganza, to be held this year
at Tropical Park Race Track.
Activities begin at 2 p.m. with
children's rides and contests. They
continue until 7:45 p.m. when the
four big parades start.
Costumed performers will de-
pict American eras such as Colon-
ial Times, Covered Wagon Days,
The Roaring Twenties and The
Lehrman to Address
Beach High Service
Annual baccalaureate service of
the 1963 class of Miami Beach,
Senior High will be held on Sat-!
urday morning, 10:15 a.m. at Tem-i
pie Emanu-EI.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will ad-i
dress the group and Steve Moore,
principal of the school, will ex-
tend greetings.
Participating in the ceremony
will be Robert If. Flamm. senior
class president, and Marcia S. I
Cohen, class secretary.
Space Age. Participating will be! For information or tickets con-
military units, the University of j tact the Arthritis Foundation, spon-
Miami Band and chorus and other] sor of the celebration, at 1206
groups Hunttington Medical Bld^
Su
Starting June 6. every Thursday
will be Heart Day in Dade Coun-
ty, inaugurated by the Heart Asso-,
ciation of Greater Miami to ac-.
quaint the public with the Asso- j
ciation's year-round p r o g r a m. i
staffed mainly by volunteers, of j
research, education and commun-
ity service.
The heart office, located on the
Trail at 253 SW 8th St., will hold
open house on June 6 from 2 to
4 p.m., and may be visited every j
Thursday thereafter.
Over 1200 volunteers have beenj
invited to a "Thank You Coffee*' >
by the Assocation. to be held on
Saturday, June 8. from 2 to 4 p.m.,;
in the Jordan Marsh Auditorium. I
Dr. Francisco A. Hernandez,
president of the group during the
Heart Fund drive will present
awards for the 1963 Heart Sunday)
Drive. Dr. Milton E. Lesser, I
newly installed president, will;
present the welcome address.
Others who will greet the vol-
unteers are Mrs. Alvin Savage,
newly elected chairman of the
board, who served as chairman'
of the Heart Sunday Drive in Mi-
ami Beach; Mrs. Leo Rose, Miami
'Beach co-chairman. Mrs. Chester
Loiter, co-chairman Miami Heart
Sunday Drive.
The following Dade County High
School students are winners in
the summer scholarship program
sponsored by the Association:
Stanley Berman, Patricia Twitch-
ell, North Miami High; Laura
Buslow. Harry Roisman, Miami
High; Linda Skidell, Miami Beach
High; Mark Sherouse, Caroline
Nicholson, Miami Edison; Mary
Ellis, Richard Friedman, of Pal-
metto High, and Gloria Doubrava!
of Hialeah High.
The students will be assigned to I
research laboratories this summer]
for a 10-week period, and will be;
given $300.
Dr. Milton E. Lesser is presi-
dent.
Dr. Smith Chairs Final
Meeting of Dental Society
Final dinner meeting of the sea-
son for Miami Beach Dental So
ciety was held Monday evening
at Chandler's.
Following the business agenda
and election of officers, Jimmy
Grippo gave a demonstration lec-
ture on "Hyposis and Extrasen-
sory Perception."
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June 4th is the day
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SMITTY
for Councilman
Bowling League
Holds Banquet
During the Beth David Bowling
League annual banquet held in
Snector Hall last Saturday night,
the follow ing were elected to t
serve for 1963-64:
Jerome Adelman. president;:
Manuel Lubel. vice president;1
George Rachlin, treasurer; Ben-
jamin Abrams, secretary; Mrs.
Roy Mack, assistant-secretary.
Members of the banquet commit ,
tee were: Edward Syrop, chair-,
man; Herbert Cashvan. Mr. and]
Mrs. Leon Hoffman, Meyer Rob-j
bins, Mrs. George Saluk, Norman]
Sholk and Louis Seitlin.
Highlight of the evening was]
the awarding of plaques and troph-;
ies to She following: Men's]
League, first place team: Leon
Bernard, 'aptain, Albert Grayson, j
William Weintraub. Archie Men
delson, Robert Kutner. Second
place team. Louis Seitlin, captain,
Samuel Ostrowsky, Albert Rosen-
thai, Bernard Amsterdam, Mar-
shall Litvak. Third place team:
Manuel Lubel, captain, Herman
Boren, Arthur Hershbein, Gerald
Weincr. Jerome Adelman. Fourth
place team: Aaron Kravitz. cap-
tain, William Warshaw. Morris At-
kins. Solomon Dresniik, Arthur
Rosinek.
Women's league, first place
team: Mrs. George Saluk. captain.
Mrs William Weintraub. Mrs. Mor-
ton Beigel. Mrs. Roy Mack. Sec-
ond place team: Mrs. Louis Seit-
lin, captain, Mrs. Bernard Bloom,
Mrs. Solomon Dresnick, Mrs. Her-
bert Frame.
Mixed league: Mr. and Mrs.
David Kossman, Daniel Jaffe and
Mrs. Lilyan Brotman.
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WOMEN FOR TURCHIN
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BACK "OPERATION WAKE-UP'
' Prominent Miomi Beech women are behind "Opera*
Hon-Wake-Up," the plan set forth by City Council Can-
didate Robert L. "Bob" Turchin to sperk the fogging
business economy of Miami Beech. Ladies are (seated)t
Mrs. Irving Cowan, Mrs. Robert Blum, Mrs. John Porte.
Standing is women's co-chairman Mrs. Max Bodermen.
LOOK INTO YOUR FUTURE
ELECT A MAN OF ACTION
HYMAN LIEBERMAN
THE MOVING t STORAGE h\M
Kami Stock City Council cmniidote Hymit liebermon fees he em i tee
fronsperfofien easiness in Miami Beech 25 years Jf*' the family's *3
years in the seme business in Brooklyn, N.Y. The lieeermeas bm*t
tour sons mni three daughters.
In 25 years his company Moved over 50,000 families to Florida, most
of them to Dade County. Daring the last couple of years, tho ratio
of those moving out of Dade County in proportion to those mowing
into County is 5 to 1. Isn't it logical to elect a man who understands
these problems and who eon solve them.
Miami Beach is entitled to the Worlds BEST Police Chief.
"When elected, I wont to revise the city Charter which has been in
effect since 1915. Also, when bond issues are handed oat, I want
to see that assessments don't run beyond tho 10* occess. For ex-
ample, The Gord-n Club on Dade Boulevard was supposed to cost
150 thousand dollars and ended up costing 403 thousand. I want
to change the parking meter system, raise the salary of the police,
firemen and other city workers without a tax raise, expend promo-
tion money in the right direction and inject a businessman's views
in City Hall."
PULL LEVER 9 A

ITS GOOD BUSINESS TO PUT
A BUSINESSMAN IN COUNCIL
f) Vice-President Zionist Organization of America
# DirectorBeth Jacob Synagogue
# Member-Hebrew Academy
# Leader in Jewish affairs
# Experienced, successful businessman
INTEGRITY ABOVE ALL
Pd. POl A.lv.


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>vernor Bryant
[jtes Florida Ties
1th Israel State
'k important part played by
Isiness firms and investors from
rida in the fast-growing econ-
ties with the State of Israel
cited by Governor Karris Bry-
in a cable to the American-
el Chamber ot Commerce and
lustry.
The American-Israel Chamber,
national organization headquar-
ed in New York, is now mark
its tenth anniversary.
I Extending his beat withes to
\r. Narhn Straus III, president
the chamber, Gov. Bryant
iid the Chemher "is due warm
ngratulation and high praise
Id year* of great achieve
"Florida," he said, "is
j4 to have played an active
in it."
the ten-year period. U.S.-
tel economic ties have increas-
I four-fold. Two-way trade alone
[now running at S215 million an' fcadore Hechfs Piaster Kennel
Illy, and the number of Ameri C|ub wlu ,, ,ne fjrsl guromer
is visiting Israel each year is I ,,,,., [ jls 32-year history Satur-
iring the 100.000 mark. Amor- (,ay jgh( with $15u.ooo in major
ins invested S35 million m Is gtakes scheduled and approxi-
Popick Chairman
Temple Reception
Jack S. Popick has been ap-
pointed chairman of an Open
House Reception, sponsored by
ISADORE HKHT
. iog track presiHenf
West Flagler Kennel
Opens First Summer
Meet Saturday Nite
Installation Set
For Rabbi Schiff
Rabbi Soiomon Schiff, spiritual
leader of Congregation Beth El.
will be installed as president of Temple Emanu-EJ. to be held on
the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Sunday. 4:30 to 6 p.m.. at the
Miami on Monday night. The din- North Branch School Bldg.. 77th
ner will be held at the Lombardy St. and Oickens Ave.
0 e Dr. Irving Lehrman will pre-
Other officers to be installed: side at the ceremony and dedi-
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, Tern- cate plaques in the new school
pie Beth Am, vice president; Rab- building. Joseph M. Lipton is
gi Eugene Labovitz, Temple Ner president of the Temple.
Tamid, secretary; Rabbi Morris afambera wbo have donated pla-
Graff, Temple Israel, treasurer; '!!T "I'T m'1 5S.1 "of -\'-^ Kau.-,
n ku- .i> j ... r- and Mi"*. Bern Blank, Mr. and
Kabbi Alfred Waxman. executive lira. Joseph Cohen, Mm. Max R, Co-
vice tiresiripnt hen. Mr. and Mrs. Julea I', (.'banning,
vict president. |Mr_ uid Mm. Artfeur leaner. Mr. and
Plaques will be presented to re- JJra. *""> i rviMiiami. Mr. umi Mrs.
tiring officers Solomon Schiff and ,r""r*8 ,","",'ni",H
,, ,. ... Also Mrs s. Harvey Greenspan
Max Upscmtz. | Mr. and Mrs. IkMnuel .1. Halpurln, Mi.
installing officer will be Dr. fit ^un^T^Z' SSTUJS 'iSE
Irving Lehrman. Rabbi Morton **"*' **"; *** Lame. Mr. and
Malavsky is dinner chairman. JSSJa Union'' ''"""" "' ""'' B*
Rabbi Schiff will propose t**j1^,I^/&^ffi^%|
establishment of a "civic actions! MoiaHky, Mr. and Mrs. ivn Kovack,
committee." to serve as a liaison I*'1'- ;"."' -M,.'r '" g- l'"i",;h'Mr ''"'
Mrs i.. turner, Mr. ami Mrs. Ueo
JACK POPICK
Beach Community Singers
Miami Beach Community Sing-
between the Jewish community I Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Hairj snkin, ers have just completed their
and various branches of govern--""' >" !""1 *">-;> feuad. 10(n season during which they ap.
ment-nat.onal. state, and local. ****** Pf** "le event peare(| a, Comrn^nitv ,cnterS
are Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Mrs. Alex
"This committee. Rabbi Schiff. andf.r Koftan> Mr_ Max Bodprman
explained, "will be to foster in
creased interest and participation
invested S35 million in
1 last year mately $500,000 in overall purses ,nc Part of the community in
ime 200 major American com- t e distributed. ,ne 8real heritage of representa
ies are operatmg in Israel tive government."
)ugh subsidiaries, branches or The stak?s P>*ram ,s the rich-
QliM agreements. Businesses '-' '" sreyhnund racing history.
investors from this area have ,oplH'' b> ,ho S2500 Summer
n prominent in Israels hotel, 2K a'!d ,he annual ^''
er and building materials In- ***&' International Classic.
rie>. Niu features to be introduced to
e Gpverr.or sent his message the greyhound sport at Flagler this
the American-Israel Chamber season include Film Patrol, for
ugh Max Orovitz of Miami guaranteed charting accuracy; a
ch, a member of the Cham-'complete closed circuit TV opera-
s National Board of Directors.' tion; and trackside boxes for fans
----------------------- who like their action closeup.
I'mil Morton. Joseph Rose, George
Talianotf. and Louis Spector.
Mrs. Milton Smith is chairman
of hostesses.
on
Miami Beach, Hollywood Band-
shell, and on the Ted Mack Ama-
teur Hour over television. Mrs
Gertrude Cantor, Miami Beach, is
in charge of personnel of the
group.
Katsmans Host
New Hilton Party
Greene Chief
Medical Group
a meeting of the Miami Ob-
etical and Gynecological So-
ty held Thursday. May lfi. Dr.
Jn N. Greene was elected prcs-
tn for the coming year.
resident ot Miami for 14 years.
Greene previously practised
[New York City. He is a grad-
le of the College of Physicians
Dark since January, 1962, the
First chartered members of the;
building and planning committee i
of the Tel Aviv Hilton Hotel, Mr.j
and Mrs. Jack Katzman, hosted!
a cocktail party in their Miami i
Beach home on Thursday. May 16,
to launch the luxury hotel.
Guest speakers were Rehavam
"Nation's Greyhound Showplace" I S. Adiel. development director, Is-
will sparkle like new for its 19631 reel Hotels International, and
debut. Jack Toppell, who discussed the
_ ___; significance of the hotel as an in-1
The entire plant has been com-, v*gtment in lsraeVs growtn.
p etely re-decorated and refurbish- ... ... ;_
ed from entranceways to infield ^. Located at a cho.ee/ocat on m,
and from grandstand to the air-; Tel Aviv, the hotel will be leased
conditioned clubhouse with Us fM opmtol HP^JS
plush Paddock Room Restaurant i Regional oft.ee has been opened
and CocktaU Lounge. al 235 Lincoln R(l-
WE SALUTE THE STATE OF ISRAEL
ON ITS 15th ANNIVERSARY
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bjm is also a Fellow of the Each of the tracks five biggest
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* IwUti n^rtdHmn
Friday. May 31. 1963C **-\
Federation Meeting Honors Founders,
Past Presidents in Anniversary Tribute
Over 450 members op the Jew-
ish community joined in commem
rating the 23th anniversary of
Federation at the silver anniver-
sary annual meeting last Sunday
..i the Seville Hot. 1
Leon Kaplan was chairman of
TJie evening. A candle lighting
emony honored the founders
..nd pa>' presidents of the l
ration. Dr. Irving Lehrman con-
eted the ceremony winch hon-
ored Jack August; Sam Blank,
iounder and past president; Leo
Eisenstein. Morris B. Frank. J.
Gerald Lewis. Joseph Lipton, Har
r\ Markowitz, Baron de Hirsch
Meyer. Stanley C. Myers, founder
and past president, and E. Albert
Pallot. Leo Robinson and Harry
Zuckerniek.
Other past presidents that were
honored included Max Orovitz,
Howard Kane, Dan B. Ruskin.
Monte Selig. Sam J. Heiman, Jac-
ob Sher, William D. Singer. Carl
Weinkle, Aaron M. Kanner and A.
J. Harris.
Lewis H. Weinstein, past presi-
dent and life trustee of Combined
Jewish Philanthropies of Bos-
ton, was guest speaker. He spoke
of the years 1938-39 when the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and 39 other Federations were
founded throughout the country,
and the challenge that existed
tl.en and still does in helping Is-
rael and Jewish families overseas
ind to meet health and welfare
needs of the local community.
Mr. Weinstein said that the
Hebrew Academy
Introduces New
Special Program
A special program for junior
h.^h school students with no pre-
vious Hebrew education is being
introduced in the September se-
er "i the Hebrew Academy
Ol Greater Miami. Rabbi Alexan-
'r S Gross, principal, has an-
inced.
Registration is now open for the
lerated, integrated, 5 day-; i
Hebrew program which will
include study in Torah, prophets,
h history, language and lit -
Mishna, ': and com-
mentarh s,
To ible, students must
completed six years of ele-
mentary .school, and arc required -
t.> pass an entrance examination,
Scholarships will be available
for the new program based on fi-
nancial need and scholastic abil-
ity.
Miami Conservatory Presents
Honor Students in Recital
Miami Conservatory presented
honor students of the year in a
rectial last Saturday evening in
the concert hall, at 2973 Coral
Way.
Those receiving honor certifi-
cates were: Karen Baskin, Maury
Baskin, Karen Barlar, Richard
Bell, Robert Bonner, Tania Cox,
Stanton Gandy, Nancy Hurley,
Stephanie Miller, Bruce Oelker,
Fred Reck, Linda Skidell, Steven
Steinberg, and Michael Sturgulew
eki. ,
Miami community possessed Jew-
ish and communal leadership of
the highest quality, men who have
: marie their mark in local institu-
, tions. in other cities, and in na-
i tional organizations. By Joining
their fores with Federation, I
, look forward to an outstanding
; growth to meet the population ex-
plosion and the demands of the
next 25 years m Miami."
Sidney Lefcourt was reelected
for his second term as president
and in his acceptance speech not
ed that the 25th Anniversary was
a time for going forward by the
Federation in service to the Great-
er Miami community and to Jew-
ish families throughout the world.
"We can be proud of our past
achievements." he said, "but the
I time to meet the growing needs
i of our city and our rapidly chang-
ing world is the present anniver-
sary. We must plan for the fu-.
( ture of our children and our fam-
ilies by providing them with the,
j most modern facilities, programs
and service necessary to protect
the welfare of all from the very'
young to the aged," he added.
Sidney D. Ansin. chairman of
the nominating committee, an-
DOUBCed election of the following
officers in addition to Lefcourt:
Samuel N. Friedland. honorary |
president; Judge Irving Cypen.
Leon Kaplan. Joseph M. Lipton,'
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Harold
Thurman, vice presidents; Ernest
Janis, treasurer; Leonard Abess,
associate treasurer; David P.
Catsman, secretary; Jack D. Gor-I
don, associate secretar\
Trustees are Sam Blank, chair-
man. Ben Bk:m. Leo C'haiken. Sam
A. Goldstein, Sam Kipr.i.-. Baron
de Hirsch Meyer, A. J. Molasky,
David Phillips, Joseph Rose. Har-
iv Sirkin. Mrs Samuel Sinioiiholf
and Mrs. Carl Weinkle
A replica of the status of Isaiah
was presented to Ernest Jams,
1963 co-chairman of the campaign,
for services to the Combined Jew
ish Appeal, along with the United
Jewish Appeal 25th Anniver.-ar>
medallion. A medallion was also
presented to Joseph M. Lipton.
chairman of the community's L'JA
25th anniversary celebrtalon and
to Sam Blank, national campaign
el member of I'JA.
Mrs. Inez Kren-ky. chairman of
the Women's Division received a
special award for leadership in
the silver anniversary year, as did
Mrs Jack A Ablin, Federation
of Jewish Women's vice presi-
dent.
Kaplan introduced the show
"Fe eration Coloring Book.'' which
detailed a quarter century of Fed-
eration in story and in song. Mrs.
Aaron Farr was narrator.
Rabbi Leon Kronish presented a'
community tribute and a memorial
observance to the passing of Itzhak
Ben-Zvi, President of the State of,
Israel.
Three prominent leaders at the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation annual meeting (left to right) are Sidney Lefcourt. pres-
ident, reelected to a second term at the meeting; Lewis Wein-
stein, of Boston, guest speaker; and Leon Kaplan, chairman of
the 25th anniversary event. _______^^^^^_
Washington Federal Will Redeem Bonds
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association of Miami Beach
will redeem Israeli bonds as a
customer service, the savings or-
ganization has announced. Wash-
ington Federal vice president,
Abraham H. Grunhut. negotiated
the arrangement with the Israel
Bond office.
The bonds, for the purpose of
helping to build the State of Is-
rael, were issued 12 years ago
and began to mature on May 1st
this year. As they became re-
deemable bond-holders may now
obtain the necessary redemption
forms at all branch offices of
Washington Federal.
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
a source of very real
comfort to all.
MIAMI S fXClUSIVf Jf*lbH Cl^WtR*
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MO 1-7693
Rabbi Schiff on Channel 10
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual
leader of Congregation Beth El,
and president of the Rabbinical
Assn. of Greater Miami, will be
host on "Jewish Worship Hour,"
Friday, May 31, 8:45 a.m., on ch.
10, WLBY-TV. His topic will be:
"The Ten Commandments."
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Harry Gordon
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GEMS OF WISDOM
The voice that sounded at Sinai
never silenced. m. Steinberg.
* *
fhat is the meaning of Sinai'
mountain oj ichirh sinah ftios'
|y> toward idolatry descended.
i U.MUD.

)tir father* sustained many a
\hty struggle for independence.
ermmed to refuse obedience to
\onqucrors behest.
ANAN B. AN AN.
*
)nlv he is free who cultivates
\vwn thoughts, and (trivet With'
fear' of man to do justice to
b. ai:erbacm.
*Jeis> ftcridKaur?
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Sn C7L Tfta/m OfJHi
Involved Facts Easy to
Face in Early Stage
icrnti s
fCeliaious tJL^ife
htestion
*
By RABBI NOMAN N. SHAPIRO
Beth David Congregation
Nearly 200 years ago, Edmund
Burke, the English social philos-
opher, forewarned his contempor-
aries: "The only thing necessary
for the triumph of evil is for good
men to do nothing." How pro-
phetic his words have been through
the past two centuries. How mean-
ingful his admonition is today. It
is to be regretted that the forces
making for decency, fair play and
hard work have not succeeded,
is it that in the process of generally speaking, in living up to
blessing the new moon after their responsibilities and commit-
appears it is required to ut- nients. Unfortunately many trouble
tr a statement to the effect sPts in our world today are ac-
at "King David of Israel, tentuated by the indifference of
good people who are content to sit
back and let things take place.
The Rabbis of old used the ex-
pression "Slitikah kehodayah dam-
ya"silence or inaction is equiva-
lent to tacit admission of acquies-
cence in riiort, we must be ac-
RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
ives and exists forever?'
?re are various explanations
lb, First of all. the disap-
HjCfl and reappearance of
1000 JB said to be a g) mbol
ic coming and going of the
>h State. It has had these
js stages throughout historj
krly times we had a country
temple and a king, We lost,
led it and again lost it. The
tarance of the moon gives
^pe that the lost kingdom will
day be re
which
and was reinstated.
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must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will be returned as proor of
their lateness.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Friday 1:41 p.m. Saturday s::io a.m.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. R. Yusko, president.
------ e ------
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. RabDi Norman N. Shapiro-
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday SI a.m. Bar
Mltsvah: Mitchi-ll Gilbert, eon of -Mr.
and .Mrs. Maurice KeUner. After-
noon Bar Mitzvah: Michael Brio, son
of .Mrs. Ucrtrude Fans.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Friday B:15 p.m. Pulpit most. Rab-
lii Sheldon FJdwaids, Ilill.l Founda-
tlon, University of Iowa. Subject
"it Could r.e Worst-." Saturday
10:30 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Douglas,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Man-
dell.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Can-
tor Ernest Steiner.
Friday B:M p.m. Religious School
graduation.
e
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben
Grossberg.
Fiiil.i> B:30 p.m. Sermon: "North and
South I'nlted by Eternal Truths."
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "<:.....i ::'',;vi" ,wi" honor V" !'"'' -Mm"'."'"
Manners." Saturday 8:46 am. i Albert Felngold and other* killed In
i wars, Saturday a.m.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday 6:48 p.m. Saturday 8:10 a.m.
Sermon "Alertlnf the Ranks of the
lust." Mlncha 6:30 p.m.
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fine.
RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO
. words of sages
BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman.
Fi Ida.' 6 is -p.m. Saturday :> a m.
and 8:30 p.m.
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
tually aware ot the harm good men do. however unwittingly, through' ave. orthodox. Rabbi Tibor stem.
their errors of omission. In Yiddish we use suggestive and descriptive ,.Canto'' Maurice Mamehee.
. ,, ind.i'. 8:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a m,
expressions, such as, one possessing "Kooteh kavonos 'good mten-l Serm.n: "Thi Fair Sabbath Law."
turns." no matter how badly the situation may turn out. BETH KODES- 1f87Y)U 12th ave.
'Ihere are those who are content to do nothing because thev are Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
firm believers in the futility of present day existence. They remind pjfjj^ 6:30"!^ ^'saturda^'s'is
instated BS was the 0IK' "^ Ecclesiastei in the Bible who said, "Havail havalim hakol havel" a.m. Sermon: "The Priestly Beiie-
diminished, ..'.sap- ; ; ?'i!n,,>" of vani,it's" a" ls vanity"-that is, everything is for naught. &'. s6s0"pmm. ""fift ;*."',
The following reasoning is employed: "My participation or say is not be messed."
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal, Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday Brl5 p.m. Saturday 10:48 a.m.
Bar Mltsvah: Brian, son ot Mr. and
Mi Bernard \\ Idi i David, son ol
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton D. Klein.
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei.
Friday s:3o p.m. Sermon: "Spirit of
Jealousy." Ban Mltavah: Zella Rai
i ioldsi h< ..l Saturdaj 9 10 a.m. Beu
Milzvah: Andres Brooke Qoldacheld
i-.i and Bar Mltsvahs are twin son
and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Qene
i loldschi .'i
going to alter anything, so why bother. There are plenty of people! BETH Raphael* i^nw 3rd ave > temple em/nuel. 1701 washing.
who like the honor and the activity. Let them preoccupy themselves! Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secre-'1 t0",.3"'- Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Hirsh Adier.
Friday Mlncha 'i p.m. Saturday 9
a in. Bar Mltsvah: David, son of
opes were not entirely in
Others claim that this,
was used as a secret mess- i
tary.
I- rlday 6:30 p.m.
fed, modern history has
r.ft?u2Vhef r,e"es,,abl,Kh;wi,h such affairs jl ,hey are so inc"ned-'
of the State of Israel, that; ,. ,. ... ----- -----
There are those who rationalize and say: "Lets live quietly andiBETH tfilah, 935 Euclid ave. or-
undisturbed ... let others get involved in controversy and discord." I thdox. Rabbi joteph E. Rackovsky.
esult of these do-nothing, do-not-take-a-stand attitudes is govern-1sermon: "pfe'ty" ffhhln toe'mme-
. demonstrate that the p^^ ^nt or organization or Synagogue by default. Human beings, who work ot_,), ^-jtat^jr,,." p.m.
*f blessing the new moon had s,t ld -v by' PeTmlt difficulties to be compounded and explosive situa-
H been abandoned The Tal-' ,ions ,0 accumulate Today, people must be ready to stand up and
[Rosh Hashanah 25a) tells us'bc counted either for or against freedom. In our critical times we
''when a rabbi wanted Rabbi! ask whcre is our fai,h in God wnicn strengthened us in the past? In
to tell him that he had' our Present cri-s' where is our moral sensitivity and conscience when
rPrformed the commandment! assaul,s on our freedom are ,aki"g place (t0 ParaPhrase the Prayer
derating the new month, he i Book) >ng- "o" an< nl8ht?
1 him to use these words as I remember reading about an old Jewish lady who brandished a
of coded message. broom in the face of Nazi tanks as her city was overrun by the Ger
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Friday S:.10 p.m. installation of of-
Mr. and .Mrs. Kmll Morton.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornitein.
Friday B:18 p.m. Sermon: 'What a
Tear this Has Been."
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown.
i-ima,> .. p.m. I nsiana 11011 111 1.1- .. .j .. c ^. v __ ^..
filers and ilireelors Satunlnv *>4S rlday B:1S p.m. Teachers and stu-
a'm" ilar Ml evahV .in," Li of "" ."' '-,!;""-"" n^"' ^J "
Mr. and Mis. Arthur SieKel: St. -pheii. V ." i J P;inU'J, Ia?". son
eon of M,. and Mrs. Albert Zern. \ot Mr ""' Mrs *> CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
Rabbi Isaiah Berlin) havei-man Army in World War 1L This was n blzarre episode-no matter Kri,!:|V ,.,, Saturday s:.in a.m.
o the fact that the numer- ow ,ucucrous '' ma>' nave aPPeared to the "Myrmidons of Destruc-ir, p.m. "Bthloa of the Fathers"
> linn Tltic ; t 1 .* lrnmnn l-tnai hot" a(ff\v4 \trQC O faoKlo fltia Kilt chp .___..___.___*_ .._.._________
: tion.' This little woman knew her effort was a feeble one, but she
to
Balur of the letters that go;
Bking up his slogan is iden- 'wanted God and the world to know on which side she stood.
To the numerical value of Ma>" conclude with this observation from an ancient Chinese wise
rds that make up the phrase man. Laotzu. who lived in the sixth century B.C.E.: "The most involved
Chodesh," (First of the fact in the world could have been faced when it was simple. The
Others claim that this" biggest problem in the world could have been solved when it was
is recited because it is small."
^nally contended that the. Does this sound like an echo of the Talmudic dictum of Shammai
of figuring our calendar 2,000 years ago?"Emor me'at ve'asay harbey" "Say little and do
en handed down by the1 much" (Pirke Avot 1:153 It is to be hoped, please God, that our gen-
of David (Cuzari 2:64. eration will never forfeit Us basic rights and freedom by doing little
I and saying much.
our
David Congregation
1 congregation w a s reorganized,
I and the name changed to Beth
ivid Congregation. Great Davjd ,hat year slte was
it s pioneer synagogue.
finally organized in 1912,
name of B'nai Zion. It
this original beginning
twenty odd synagogues in
born. In 1917, the
c
onareaations
V:::.:, .-i........' ">' 'in ''
This page is prepared in j
1 cooperation with the Spiritual \
: Leaders of the Greater Miami j
Rabbinical Assn.
purchased at the corner of N.E.
2nd Ave. and 7th St. By 1920, the||
rapidly expanding Jewish popula-||
tion of Greater Miami made it
necessary for the congregation to
purchase a new site at N.W. 3rd
Ave,. and in 1925, Beth David en-
gaged the first permanent rabbi
in our community, and establish-
ed the first religious school.
Not too many years later, be-
cause of the growth of the mem-
bership of Beth David, it became
apparent that the physical facili-
ties located at N.W. 3rd Ave. were
inadequate, and on Mar. 13, 1949,
ground was broken at S.W. 3rd
Ave. and 26th Rd., which location
Beth David now occupies. The
synagogue, the largest in Florida,
is 80 by 240 feet, and has pro-
vision for seating more than 1600
congregants. It is Roman Corin-
thian in design, and has an open
rotunda at the main entrance,
with eight massive columns sup-
porting a dome 50 feet in dia-
meter, which extends over part of
the synagogue.
By doubling its classroom space,
Beth David is now able to com-
fortably accommodate its school
enrollment of six hundred, from
AABBl MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Gtns of Wisdom
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nursery to post-confirmation lev-
el.
Beth David's facilities include a
ballroom, of some 7,500 square
feet, which adjoins the main sanc-
tuary. This now permits the en-
tire membership and their fami-
lies to worship together under
one roof. The ballroom, known as
Spector Hall, has been the scene
of many gala weddings, theatre
parties, receptions, concerts, din-
ners and dances.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro is the
spiritual leader. Lewis Stern-
shein is president of the congre-
gation. Louis Seitlin is Men's
Club president, and Mrs. Louis
Seitlin is president of the Women's
Auxiliary. Lewis Cohen is presi-
dent of the Young Marrieds Group.
What i| notional freedom if not
a people's inner freedom to cultv
MM its abilities along the beaten
Pudi >/ its history. ahad haam.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday S:Hil i>.m. Sermon: "Satanic
ESlementa in Today'- Society." Sat-
urday S::;ii a.m. S.rnion: "Portion
of the Week." Mlncha 6:15 p.m.
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday 8:48 p.m. Saturday it .t.in.
Bar Mltsvah: Ricky Howard, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Qene Stl uhl.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "The Rac-
ial Revolution." Mr. and Mrs. Lml-
iir Bplefel will host Ones Shabbat
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Selen'a 20th anniversary.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 555 W. 49th St., Hi.i-
leah Reform.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday S:30 a.m.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd.
em Traditional.
Mod-
OHEV SHALOM. *11 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.

SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
et. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
FYlday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd at.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Morris Berger.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mltsvah: Michael, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Tubln. Minctia 6:30
p.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
Friday 8:10 p.m. Monthly Toroh Ser-
vice. Sermon: "The Supreme Court,
Hilde IteadinK and Prayer ill the
Schools." Saturday 11:15 p.m. Mar
Mltavah: Jonathan, eon of Halibi and
Mrs. Herbert Maunmard.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jafle.
FVIdaj 8:18 p.m. Pulpit fueat, Dr.
Samuel Z. Jaffe.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday fi:3() p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
sermon: 'Portion of the Law." Mar
Mitzvah: Howard, son of Mr. and
.Mrs. .lack Edwards.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Saturday v l~i a.m. ilraduatlon exer-
claea.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy.
Friday B:18 p.m. Sermon: "Com-
mandmenta va. Committments." Con-
flrmanda win participate in the ser-
Vlce. Saturday 11 a.m. Mar Mlts-
vah: Bandy, son of Dr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Jaffe.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon
Levin.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Klein.
Friday 1:11 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben
Oickson.
FMday 1:11 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "MurdensJ
of Life." Mar Milzvah: David, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rich.
TIFERETH I8RAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick. Cantor Albert Qlantz.
Friday S:30 p.m. Sermon: "Modern
Jewish Martyrs." Saturday 9 a.m.
Sermon: "Portion of the Week." Bar
Mitzvah: Nathan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Benn.
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Cantor Maur-
ice Neu. .
rviday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 st.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
Sermon: "Our Glorious Brothers."
Mlncha 6:30 p.m.
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Story and Song of Jewish History on Tikva Records
THE WORLD OF SHOLOM ALEJCHEM. Tikva Records,
1650 Broadway. 33 1/3 rpm Ip, high fidelity. T-28.
SAM.
IN MAY 1953, Howard Da Silva and Arnold Perl present-
ed a theatre evening in English which included "A
Tale of Chelm" and "The High School" by Sholom
Aleichem, and I L. Peretr* best-loved short story,
'Bontsche Sihweig." The evening, which was a great
success, was redone a year or so ago on television. Now
the record is available.
The cast includes Da Silva as Mendele the Booksell-
er; Morris Carnovsky plays The Melamed in "Chelm."'
the Presiding Angel in "Bontsche Sehweig." and Aaron
Katz. the lather, in "The High School." Other roles are
taken by Ruby Dee. repeating her marvelous perform-
ance of the Defending Angel, Pearl Somner. Gilbert S.
Green, and David Pressman. dramatization was
written by Arnold Perl; direction is by Da Silva; and
music is by Serge Hovey and Robert de Cormier.
Even without the visual imperative to swing the soul
back into the dear dead days, the accept of language and
philosophy and the rich, wry laughter make this the
memorable monument which ShoJom Aleichem himsell
thought was best.

GEMS OF THE SYNAGOGUE. David KusavHsky. Her-
man Zali and Choir. Produced by Allen B. Jacob*
Tikva Records, 33 1/3 rpm Ip micro hieh fidelity; T-55.
$4.98. "IaM
Cantor David Kusevitsky. whose fame began in the
Vilna Great Synagogue, continued at London's Hendon
Svnagogue. and remains unabated at Temple Emanu El
Copifol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Gap Growing Between Executive and Congress
of Boro-Park, Brooklyn, sings oh. this record se\tr,! i
his own interpolations as well as some b> Herman Zalis,
choir director at Boro Park.
The record includes Yisgadal, Val Yedei. Brich
Siiemi and Hamaavir Bonov; B'roch Hashono, aM Han".
shomo Loch by I. Kaminsky and Ovinu Malkeinu by
Khotiner. Cantor Kusevitsky is blessed with a ma-m
ficcnt voice and the musical ability to go with it The
recordtechnically as well M musicallyis excellent
*
SING AND DANCE WITH THE RHYTHM AND SONGS
OF ISRAEL. By Jack and Harriet Golden. Produc-
ed by Allen B. Jacobs. Tikva Records, 33 1 I rpm
high fidelity. T-52. $4.98.
Jack and Harriet Golden (Goldstein), who did Ex dus
in Son" which was reviewed here recently, ai back
with a selection of fifteen Hebrew song*. The -iyie~
range from the moving "Anachnu." Harriet's warm and
sweet-voiced "Hudi Chamudi." to the charming "Finjan"
and. again, Harriet's lovely delivery of Alst ,i Yom
Kinneret." The diction is exceptionally clear, althougn
Ihe lack of written words to accompany the SODgs \m m
ways Boenta a drawback to me. *
Washington
A GAP IS growing between Congress'
and Ihe Executive Department on
he issue ol Arab-American relations.
01 are in prospect. Congress-
onal demands are forthcoming that cer-
i In Arab diplomats be ousted from
he United States lor denouncing mem-
-its of Congress. A mood has mean-
______ J.xhile swept Congress for severance of
further American aid. loans, and grants to the United
Arab Republic.
The State Department is meanwhile seeking closer
ties with President Nasser of the United Arab Republic's
i "'"
foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
I A Curious Resignation
Jerusalem
THE RESIGNATION of
the head of Israel's
Security Services has
sidetracked the campaign
against the work of Ger-
man scientists for Nas-
ser's war machine into
another opposition attack
against Prime Minister
Ben-Gurion's policy on
Germany, Chiefly, this
development was the re-
sult of Ben-Gurion's un-
rcaainess to explain to the Knesset's Foreign Af-
fairs and Security Committtee the circumstances
that led to his resignation. The official Govern-
ment announcement said the resignation came after
"the Prime Minister did not accept his political
evaluation;" but B.G. declined to state what that
evaluation was and how it differed from his own.
While a number of points remain clouded, there
is ground to assume that Bcn-Gurion was not op-
posed to the initial publication of the details con-
cerning the activities of the German scientists in
Egypt; this became necessary following the arrest !
of Yosef Ben-Gal and the Austrian scientist Otto
Jukelik.
However, it appears, Ben-Gurion became alarm-
ed over the turn these publications took, develop-
ing into a press campaign against the Bonn Gov-
ernment, bound to undermine his carefully nour-
ished Israel-German reconciliation policy based on
vital defense and security considerations. Ben-
Gurion felt the campaign was bound to distort in
the public's mind the true concept of Israel's secur-
ity problems.
Erroneously, some observers took Ben-Gurion's
move to indicate a reservation on his part to the
publication of details regarding the work of Ger-
man scientists on non-conventional weapons; and
from this the inferrence was drawn that these
rael has no doubt regarding the accuracy of the
charges were unsubstantiated. The fact is that Is-
information in its possession on this score; wheth-
er or not it can be "proved" is anotherand com-
plexmatter. Ben Gurion felt, however, that by
too much stress on the point of the non-conven-
tional weapons, the more immediate and indeed
more acute danger of the missiles being develop-
ed by the German scientists was being obscured.
The reaction of the spokesman of the U.S. State
Department could not have but evoked puzzlement
here. To say the least.
The spokesman stated that the U.S. had "no
proof regarding the work in Egypt on barred weap-
ons and, in the same breath, added that the U.S.
was greatly concerned with "the race in the pro-
duction of barred weapons" in the Middle East.
This, quite obviously, was a puzzling statement.
Because if there was no proof that NsMOT was en-
gaged m the production of such weaponswhy the
concern?
new multinational structure, linking Egypt. Syria, and
Iraq. Despite the CAR proclamation that the new union
will "liberate'" Palestine and crush Israel, a nation
friendly to Amenta, state Department officials now urge
increased conceaaions and assistance to the l AR.
Members o Congress of both parties have deplon
Nasser's use ol ex-Nati scientists lo build missiles, con-
centration chase of soviet offensive Jel bombers, rockets, and other
weapons. Many Congressmen would support legitimate
peaceful development projects in the CAR. but will not
vote a cent to subsidize a military dictator bent on ag-
gression.
Noling this criticism. Arab diplomats accredited by
the State Department have made smear attacks on such
Senators as Keating and Javits. of New York; Dodd. of
Connecticut; Hugh Scott, of Pennsylvania; Prouty. of
Vermont; and Kuchel. of California.
Mohammed Habib, press attache of the CAR Em-
bassy in Washington, told the New York Times that
"United States politicians were using the issue of the
German scientists for purposes of local politics." The
UAR Ambassador complained bitterly to the State De-
partment against "Congressional pressure."
In New York, the Arab League's chief spokesman,
Saadat Hassan, attacked President Kennedy for voicing
a "concept of a balance of power in the Middle East."
Hassen said "it is regreetable that leading American Sen-
ators have been caught up the (balance of power) illusion,
and persistently demand that it be maintained."'
The Arab official asked why Senators "are quiet when
an Isaeli nuclear reactor was accidently discovered in
the Negev." He charged that "they are busy speech-
making at Israeli bond drives aimed at financing further
purchases of armed might for Israel, giving no real
thought to the meaning of balance'."
Arab intrusion into internal American affairs and
legislative processes puts the State Department on the
spot. The Department has a right to declare offending
diplomats persona non grata and send them packing. But
so far the Department has displayed no interest in Arab
offenses, citing concepts of free speech rather than the
rules of diplomatic protocol and property.
The Near Eastern division of the State Department
is dismayed that Republicans and Democrats alike are
openly anti-Nasser. The Republican National Commit-
tee chairman publicly opposed further aid to the UAR,
stating that "our economic .aid to President Nasser has
enabled him to divert enough money to purchase massive
armaments from Soviet Russia and other Communist
bloc countries, to engage in a costly military adventure
in Yemen involving some 20.000 Egyptian soldiers, and
to pay for the development of offensive missiles."
UN Listeninq Pest:
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Bond Cities in U.S.
r ^BftTSakf ""TH,S BEING "Th" V(-ir of '
i j0 ^^% demotion" for Israel Bo
j an ingenious frien.l has been
ing at the maps compiling I
)f Americans whose names nave
iomc relationship to bonds or Is
ael. It's a new field, and he
light get a doctorate for hi- dit-
ertation on the subject.
He found there are towns Dam-
...u .. Colorado. Kentucky, Mississippi. Okla
homa. Montana and Louisiana. Also there is a
Bond Hill in Ohio, a town named Bonds Com-r in
California, and Bondville in Illinois.
There are other American towns whose r.ame-
guggeal some aspect of Bonds. There is Purchase
in Kentucky, Recovery in Georgia, Deposit in New
York. Reserve in New Mexico.
There are no towns named Israel in America,
but there is a town named Zion in Illinois, and there
are a number of Jerusalem s There is Jerusalem.
MI., and Jerusalem, R.I. And there are a number
ol Salemsa contraction of Jerusalemin Massa-
chusetts, Oregon and other states. And there is
Galilee in Rhode Island, and Babylon in New
York.
There is no American town named Tel Aviv.
but Springfield is close. Tel Aviv means hill of
aprng and there sn't so much difference be*ween
that and Springfield.
My friend was disappointed not to find my
towns named Redemption. However, he could find
consolation for that in Shakespeare. In the Comely
of Errors, we read: "Send him,-mistress, redemp-
tion: the money is in his desk. Also more iproOM
is the line of Henry VIII: "Within this year of our
redemption."
People with Hebrew names are far more abBO-
dant than towns with Hebrew names. The reason
tor that is the naming of towns is often accidental,
while the naming of people is deliberate. Many
of the American towns go back to Indian nomen
clature or to French or Spanish association.* of
the early explorers.


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By SAUL CARSON
New Chief Takes Command of UN Truce Force

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United Nations
\ NORWEGIAN FLIER. Lt. Gen. Odd
^ Bull, takes over the post of chief of
aff of the United Nations Truce Super
sion Organization next June 1. He
as just been appointed as the successor
that post to Maj. Gen. Carl C. von
)'forn. of Sweden. This change in com-
and offers the opportunity for a fresh
look at the U.N. peace keeping machin-
ery' on the borders between Israel and its four neighbor-
ing, hostile statesEgypt, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon.
Actually, there are two organizations, each entirely
separate from the other. The youngest and, at the same
time, by far the largest, is UNEFthe United Nations
Emergency Force. This 5.000-man organization Stands
on guard inside the Gaza Strip border along Israel's
frontier, and at Sharm el-Sheikh, a forlorn Sinai Desert
spot overlooking the Gulf of Akaba. As against the
strength of 5,000 in UNEF. the Truce Supervision organi-
zationdubbed UNTSOhas a strength of only about 250
people. Those are the people whom Gen. Bull will com-
mand.
Of Bull's tolal personnel, about 150 are civilians.
Ihose Include clerks, transport employees, "housekeep-
ing" personnel, people engaged in communications. In-
terpreters, and legal and political advisors. The rest,
about 100 of the men, are military people, recruited from
a number of countries around the world.
Under UNTSO, there are four Mixed Armistice Com-
missionsone for each of the above-named Arab sta e>
that signed armistice agreements with Israel in m'
Each commission consists of an equal number of Isrw i
and Arabs (Irom the countries concerned), with a "V" j
military observer as chairman. When we get word tna
Israel (or an Arab state) had complained to the t-
about i real or alleged violation of an armistice sgre
mentthere are the mixed commissions that theoretic*
1> hear the complaints.
The word "theoretical" is important. The machin-
eiy does not work with the same efficiency In ;|l! Wl'
case- or at all times. For instance, the Egyptian K'1,.
Mixed Armistice Commission has been dormant now' i
nearly seven yean. After the Sinar- campaign in '"'
Israel declared the armistice with Egypt void I"**"
ol Bgypt's belligerency and failure to comply
terms <>f its armistice pact. Until Egypt with
Insistence that a state of belligerence exists bel
country and Israelthat MAC remains dormant.
The Syrian-Israeli Mixed Armistice Coinim
other story. There, the Israelis and the Syri. in '
Mt together. So. while the two sides do not sit
does discuss grievances, separately, witl
chairman of that commission.
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Had.- Oouaty, and file the name In
duplicate ..n.l as provided in Section
. : 16, r oMda Statute*, In ih.-ir ,,i-
iir.s in -to- County Courthouse In
>IHde Florida, within .six cal-
endar month* from the time of the
iir-i publication hereof, or the tami
ill I.. : .1
tinted at Miami. Florida: th|. Knd
da> ol A.I' IMS
i 'I'hi.as HOFFMAN
As Executor
IIARR1 ZUKERNICK
Aiiorii.- Executor
Rd.a .Miami Beai li F|a
I S*-si, ; ;-n

IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 45042A
n i:k -at.- r
M M. Cl IHEN
I .i .-,1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE I- hereby given that we
b iii.....n Final Report and ivti-
ii for Distribution ami Final DIs-
h.re. ;.- Co-RKecutors of tha estate
i M. M. roHKN, deceased, and thai
on ii. 1H--I da> oi June. IMS, will ap-
ply u> th- Honorable County Judge*
"i liatie i "111111. Florida, for approval
of sajd Final Report and for rtlsti -
I ii I lot) a:.d final discharge as Co.
I \. i-iltoi-s of the estate of th.- above-
named cd.iit. This luth da i ..i
May, 1963.
fv.lAMf I1EACH FIRST
NATIONAL BANK
I'.y Dennis P, ('linn
f .ymoie .i. si.mo.n
SBVMOl : .1. simon. Attorney
:-"i Ain-l. Building
Miami :,.. Florida
5 i. 17, SI, SI
"Oh, they're celebrating my Bar-Mitzvah."
Copr. 1963. Osyinu Frsducttom
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COlNTV. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 3932
HE U LLIAMKIM'Rtill
WIN I S BANK
:iiff.
. p
' l>. Mi >RG \\ .1 u\,
al
T1.1 ml
NOTICE OF SUIT
'I IRO I' Mi 'KUAN and
S Mi up; AN Ins wife,
,;, ::vi: I'NKNoWN If
1 II d< d, tha unknow n
nviaeea, gi antei s, an
-i- n< ii. ii. i editors, ti us
"ih.- claimants claim-
i through, under "i
Ml lllt the ubove named de-
U nil
Von ara bereb) notified that tha
' captloned action has been In-
'iH.'l -salnst you in the Circuit
in i of tha Eleventh Judicial Clr-
I of Florida in and for Dude Coun-
ts. toi..-lose a Inortirau.- UDbn U'
"Wowing described teal property:
"i IC, in block 6K. <-f FIRST Al'-
'I I lo.S TO CAROL. CITY, a.-
rding to the I'lat thereof, re-
inrdaal In Mat Book 60 at Pag*
i' "f the I'ul.lle Records of Had-
1 'Unt>. i-lorida.
1 ii ara. required m file your an-
;' -r to i.'.. intirr .- e.niiplulnt with tha
rk of -he aloresaid CoWt, and
'erve a copy thereof upon plamtiii's
attorney, MARTIN FINK. 14th Fliw.r
''"I' FVderal Rule.. Miami It, Flor-
1 ter than June 12th. IMS, or
."ro Confeaao will be nt.r-
you.
I'VTBP: May L'. 1M3.
B It. l.KATHKR.MAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: r. p. coi-ki.and
H. ii:iii Clerk
v m:tin hni:
' rne> i,.r flaititiff
Htli ri,>..r i>.,.ie Federal BMg.
. Florida
'. in. IT. S4, :-.l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUr-TY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 5354
PHYLLIS NEWMAN,
Plaintiff.
Vs.
KEITH E. NEWMAN,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tn KKITH K. NKWMAN
P. O. Box US
Btanton, California
You are hereb) notified that a liill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed agalnal yon. and yon arc re-
quired to nerve a copy of your Answer
I Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
mi the plaintiff's Attorney, Qeorga A
i.i'ltrh'n, '2'2'.\ AraKon A vend.*, Coral
Uabl.s, Fla.. and file th. original An-
swer or Pleading in th.' office of the
Clerk of th.- Circuit Court on or he-
fore the nth day "I .Inn.-. LM3. If you
fail to do so. j1111.;in. 111 by d.-faull \\il!
be taken agalnal you for the relief, de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall !* pubilahed on<*e
eaeh week f"i four conaecutlve weeks
In THE JEWISH I'l.oltiHi.w.
1m.ni: AM' ORHERKP at .Miami.
Florida, tlii- 16th da) "( May, A.D.
196 :
i: n LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i'in .a Court, I'a.i.- County, Florida
(seal) 11} K M I.V.MAX,
I '. IIUI ( 'lil u
tlFZORflE \ O'BRIEN
!S : Ai.il: .ii A\ Hi
i .i.i <,..'.:. i-1" Idii
MI..I III i I'..I I'll
. j i '. : 11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
c, e.HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
7VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
t-LORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
, No. 63C 4820
'VINE .li.NKS.
' lalatttf,
;!:|i r' i, JONES.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ioji are hereby notified that a nill
' j "niplatnt for Drroroa has been
,'' *Jiamat fou, and you are re-
""I to -.rve a copy of your Answer
lading to the Kill of Complaint
"'_ 1 li,iiitlti's attorney, WALTER
i.i,l OWITK, ESQ., 7l>6 First Street.
' '' -a s'iiai Answ.-r or I'l-udiug in the of-
i '. J*? r|erk of tho l.'ircult Court
K i or* "'' r-'" >>' "' ,un'''
v you fail to do so. Judgment
' ilt will t.e taken aitainst you
''"lief demanded III the BUI
in.
"7 ND ol:i.|:itKH at Miami.
., 'W Srd da> ( aUy, a.i..
Ireun ',.'':AT'i-RMAN. Clerk,,
' '., urt, Hade County, Florida
ii Heal)
ii-L.",. 'vm.w. Deputy Clerk
I
i PI
I 10, 17, SI,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 1* HEREBY OIVEN thai
, tin underalgned, dealrlng to engage
in liiisiin-s under the flctltioui name
i MANl'PACTl'RERS CLOTH1NO
oi "ii.Kr sroin:s. at Hade County,
! I- In., int.-nds to ragiatar said name
I with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
.a Dade County, Florida,
JOSEPH 8. BROWN
i in. it, :t, 3i
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. BCHRE1NBR, JR.,
rialntlff.
DOROTHY DUNCAN BCHREJNER,
1'. fendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Dorothy Duncan Sehreiner
KM Mi. Vei non Place, Apt. 9-J
Newark, New Jersey
You. Dorothy Duncan Sehreiner n*6
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
idainl for DlVOrCa lias been filed
againat you, and you ara required to
serve a cop) of your Answer or Plead-
ing lo tli. Hill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, Hilary F. Sllv.r-
m.hi. .Mil.1 Blscayna Building, Miami
:::. Horlda. and lile the original An-
wer "i Pleading In the nffi.-e of the
Clerk of the circuit Court on or be-
r.,i, the l^ih da> of June, IMS, if
vim rail to .I., ao, Judgment will be
taken aialnst you for the relief m-
m-.-Hed In the Bi'l of Comolaint.
This notice shall he puhlishad once
eaeh week for lunr eons.-.utive w.'eks
iii thf: .ikwish f-umudian.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 14th day of May, A.D.
K. B. I.KATHICRMAN. Cl.-rk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: K, M. LYMAN.
t >. piity Clark
IIII.KRY F. SILA LKMAN
M -II'-' Itisc'vne luilldiiu;
Miami 32. Florida
Attornej for Claintlff .,,- 24 3t> 6/7
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59266A
In RE: Estate of
HF.RHI'TRT J. WAHI,
1',-ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
Having Claims or Hemands Amiinst
Said Batata:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to. present any claims and demands
which you may have against the estate
of HERBERT J. tt'AIII, deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to th.- Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
the same In duplicate and as provided
in Svcti.in 783.Ill, Florida Statutes. In
their offices in the County Courthouse
In Dade County. Florida, w'ithln six
calendar months from the time of
the first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 16th
day of May. A.D. lii::.
JOHN A. WAIII,
as Administrator
CHEREN ANOooi "i-v
Attorney for Administrator
f.i7 Olympla Kuilding Miami. Fin.
S S4-S1, S T-ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY JIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engage
iu business under the fictitious name
of FLASH ITI'.l.lc aim i.\s al S467
N.W. 76th St., Miami 17, Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Dadi
County, Florida.
.11:1:1:01.n .1 HOCHFELSEN
(sole o ii- 1 1
B I7-S4-81, 1 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVHN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engage
in business under the fictitious names
of APPROVED TAX CONSl'I-TANTB.
APPROVED TAX SERVICE i","'
N.E Itsth Street. North Miami. Flor-
ida inlemls I" reals', i- aj '-" ""
Hie Clerk "f the Circuit Court ol Pade
County, Florida
,, ,, ,-i'IIW AIM/.
HBNRT \ K v.MP
1284 Waahlngton Ave
Miami Beach. K 1
Attorney.* 1. I '' \ F.D
TAX CONSIDTANTS ;,.,.-,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 59544-A
IN RE: FIstate of
OCSSIE MAROIN a-'k/a
OCS8IE F1NKEI.STE1N a/k/a
ticssiK <;hllinuf:r
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or lH-mands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against tha es-
tate of OCSSIE MAROIN a/k/a OCS-
SIE FLNKELSTEIN a/k/a OUS8IB
lioi.l.iNOER deceased late of Dade
County, Florida, to the County Judges
of Page, County, und file the same hi
duplicate and as provided In Section
788.16, Florida Statutes, In their of-
fices in the County Courthouse hi
Had.- County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 13th
day of May. A.P. IMS.
/s/ BF7RNARD OODDINOER
/a/ DAVID QOL-UNUER
As Flxeeutors
HTM AN P. OALPl'T
Attorney for Executors
"Hi 6th St., Miami Reach, Fla.
5, 17, S4, 31. 6/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUHT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59500-B
In RE: Estate of
HARRY D. F1NHERG
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 you may have against the
Mtate of HARRY 11. FINUERO, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Hade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 783.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida. within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
I,, barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th
day "f May. A.D. I!'-;::
DORA H. FINRFTRC
EDNA B, l-INHEKO
as o.i-E\e< utriccs
Firs! publication of this notice on
the 17th day of May, I96S.
VRONOVITZ. Ml.VKlt A BCHER
attorneys for Co-Executi
607 Alnsley Building
Miami SS, Florida
:. it. Sf I I
LEGAL NOTICE
that
_ NOTICE UNDER
., FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage
"1 SSi7S*?f '".....r ,;'" Hctltlous name
p^. -VK. lat*XVenue, Buflnl, Flmld:.'
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court or Dade
juan .1. cicbraro
esteban ai,vai:i::'.
r,., ., So,e Ov.llei l>
GILBERT A Yoinc
Attorney for Applicants
407 Lincoln Road
""/in. 17. 21. 31
A LICE A,
lc^cT.JtE.,-?",CUIT CURT OF THE
WXBKTf JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
No. 63C&N7TY- '" CH*N"Y
Josephine ARROYO
Plaintiff.
vs.
ilLHEHT AUCBA,
Defendant.
vr, ,M7'CE OF PUBLICATION
IO: GILBERT AL1CEA
c/o Csndlta Allcea
S27S Amsterdam Avenue
New York City. New York
Tou 1 oraplalnt for Divorce has been filed
against you. ami you are herehv re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
to the Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, LESTER ROUBRS, whose
address Is XII N.W. I Mil Street.
Miami, Florida, and rile the original
or your Answer in the office or tilt
< lerk of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit
In anil for Dade County, Florida, on
or before l-'lh day of June, lG:i, in
default of which the Complaint Will
lie taken as confessed by you
Dated this Ith day of Mav rhjs
F:. It. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Bj C. 1. ALEXANDER
____ X. I", 17. 24. 31
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS]
solicits your legal notion*.
Wt appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial Fit .'l-KMS
far messenger errlce
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 589070- B
III RIO: E.1.11, of
JOSEPH V. DAVIDSON
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PPOEATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
}.',,!,-M'1- I'FKSii.NS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE Ol- SAID DECEDENT.
10U are hereby notified that a writ-
ten Instrument purporting to be th*
last will and testament of said dece-
dent has been admitted to probate
in said Court. You ale hereby com-
manded within .six calendar months
from the date of the first publication
or this notice to appear in said Court
and show cause, if any you can. whi-
ttle action of said Court In admlttttng
said will to probate should not siand
on revoked.
DON FRANK R. DOWLINO
County Judge
By MEI.P.A C. DICK
ROBERT scott KAUFMAN
Attorney
H0S Alnsley Building
Miami J8, Horlda
First publication of this notice
the 10th das of Hay, 1963.
5 i", 17. SI, ::i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59482- C
In RE: Estate of
MAFRICE QOLDBOS8
Deeeased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditors and All Persona
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
TOU are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the
estate Of MAURICE C.OI.DROSS, de-
ceased late of Dad.- County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dad., coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided in Section TH.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dane coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 8th
da] Of May. A.D. 1S6::.
Il CHARLES OOUDBOBS
AS K\e,-Ut,.|
First publication of this notice on
the 17th day of May. IHfi:'..
THEODORE P. NFILKON
Attorney for Executor
47 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
5/17, M, II, s-T
on
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 4832
R( "BERT l-Wi'ST.
Plaintiff,
VS.
SYLVIA PAUBT.
I lefeiulanl.
NOTiCE OF SUIT
TO: syiaia i-Aisr
Residence I'ukiiown
you ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
a Complaint for Divorce li 11 been fil-
ed agalnal you in the Circuit Court
in ami for Dad.- County, Florida, and
you are required to serve a cop) of
your Answer or Pleading to th,- Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorneys,
SIMON, HAYS \- ORUNNDvYERG,
301 Ainsley Building, -Miami ||. Flor-
ida, on or before the lL'th (lav of
June, 1!M>3. If you fall to do so.
Decree Pro Confesso will lie riled
against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
Dated at Miami, Dade County, Flor-
ida, this Srd day of May, I96J.
E. It. LICATHERMAN
Clark Circuit Court, Dade County
(Circuit Court Seal)
By. If. CAVADARIS
SIMON. HAYS & (JRCNDWERQ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
.101 Alnsley Ituildlug
Mlaml 31, Florida
6/in, 17. 21,31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 4781
THE WILLllAMSBCRdll
SAVINGS DANK
Plaintiff,
vs.
ELLA MAE WEII.ANO. a single
woman
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: ELLA MAE WKILAND,
a Single Woman
P.O. Box M
Qondo, Alabama
Tou are hereby notified that the
above captioned action has been In-
stituted against you in the Circuit
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit of Florl.in In ami for Dade Coun-
ty to foreclose a mortgage upon the
following described real propertv:
Lot 21, Elock 2. CCTLLF:R RIDC.fi
SECTION THREE, according to
the Plat thereof, recorded 111 Plat
Hook f>7, at Page 83. of the Public
Records of Dade County, Florida
together with Tub and Shower
Enclosure. Welbilt B/ln Oven &
Range .'.I160'.'i26 Range Hood W/
Fhn. Hot Water Heater, Venetian
lilinds
You are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's conmlalnt with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve
a copy tli.-i-eoi upon plaintiffs at-
torney, MARTIN FINi:. 11th Floor
Dade Federal Bldg.. Miami 32, Flor-
ida, not later than June 12th. 16S,
or n Decree Pro Cunfesso will be en-
tered agalnal you.
Da led: May 2, mr.::
1:. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk or the Clmiil Court
i:> c IV col'KI.AXh
Deputy i lei k
M \KTIN FINE
aii.a 11, > for Putin tiff
lith Floor Dad. Federal Bldg.
Miami SS, Florida
' i". 17, Si, Z\
NOTICE OF SUIT
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No 63C 4889
EDITH BRADY,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
CHARLES P. BRADY'.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CHAHLF'.S P. BRADY
r. Mandela street
Buffalo 15. New York
You CHARLES P. DRADY are here-
by notified that a 1 till of Complaint
for Divorce has been riled against
you, and you are required to serve 11
copy or your Answer or Pleading to
the Rill or Complaint on the Plaint-
Iff'H Attorney, EDWARD HU8AK,
c/o Bnsel and Pollack, IS Weal l-'iac-
l.r. .Miami. Florida and rile the orig-
inal Answer or Pleading in .the office
of the clerk of the Circuit Curt on
or before the 10th da) of June, 196S
ir you rail to do so, Judgment by C< -
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in tho Pill of
Compla n1
Thla notlci shall !" published nce
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
DONE and oi:df:i:i:d al Miami.
Florida, this Mb da) "I Ala\, A.D.
EC B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: 1.. s. DePIETRO
1 leputy Clerk
EDWARD lll'SAK
Co Kii^.l and Pollack
U West Elagler. Miami. Fla.
Attorney for Plaintiff
_________ 0.10-17-2!-:U
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVICN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KAPPY'S LI' Nl'H EON ETTE &
Jl'ICE BAR at 146.. Collins Are.. Mi-
ami Beach, Fla., Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court or Dade County, Florida.
C.DADYS GORIN
RUTHANN PAZANSKI
Owners
JAY BURTON KEYS
Attorney for Owners
_____________________||_'17, 21, 31. 6 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEP.EDY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious naniv.-
or WINDSOR TAVERN ai ''l SW.
Sth Street. Miami. Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk ,,r
tlie Circuit Court or Dade County,
Florida.
MA PRICE MAISONVII.LE
Sole I iwncr
KES8LER A GARS
Attorneys tor Applicant
19yd S.W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida
r./in. 17. 21, 31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PALMETTO PLAZA at W'l N.W. Wth
Street, Miami. Florida Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida,
PALMETTO CORP., a Fla. Corp.
By: R, O. Lovell, President
HARRY II. TEITKI.MA.V
Attorney lor Palmetto Corp.
ISIS N.W. 7th Street
Miami. Florida
5 17. :i. It l/
NITICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaira
in business under the fictitious name
of ELI'S UCAL1TY KOSHER MEAT
A POULTRY al 1321 Washington
Ave.. Miami Beach, Florida, Intend
in register said name with the Clerk
id the Circuit Court of Dade C01111-
o. Florida.
1:1.1 Fi'.i'i'i:
HELEN I EDElt
1 iu mis
.-. IT, Si, 31, 6,7


Page 16-A
9> If**/** flnmMH*!

I UlUlUfl
Europe's
Mood
By MAX LERNER
I have tried, on my return to Europe, to take some measure of its
current mood. It is a suspended mood, of a Europe no longer on a full
irresistible course toward unity, but also of a Europe breaking away
from the spell cast on it last winter by General de Gaulle's abrupt
Common Market veto and his summary announcement of a force de
flappe. It is a Europe caught between its strong ties to America and
its straining for an independent military course.
It is a Europe basically without leadershipdrawn to General de
Gaulle's commanding figure yet skeptical of him and doubtful of his
future, even more skeptical of President Kennedy and American pow-
er, with no clear leadership in Britain or Germany, but not yel ready
to follow the wholly-European leadership of Jes>n Monnet.

Affer a severe winter, spring has com* very late to Europe. But
the sense of economic well-being is unmistakable. The week-end roads
are crowded with the new cars of a Europe-on wheels. Except for a j
few countries, notably Great Britain, the prevailing problem is not,
one of unemployment but of a shortage of manpower in the newer.
industries. The schools and universities are overflowing with young
people training for the technical jobs the new industries require. Soon
the roads, beaches and vacation spots will be swarming with Europeans
of every class taking their holidaysnot just the privileged classes at
UM accustomed spas, but factory workers, shopkeepers, salesgirls,'
government clerks.
One must add. to balance the picture, that the first flush of the
'economic miracle" is past. In France. Prime Minister Pompidou
and his cabinet have been struggling with problems of rising prices, I
rising wage demands and inadequate taxes; the French people con-
tinue to expect all the perquisites and trimmings of a welfare state,
and continue their encrusted habits of tax evasion. The Germans are
netting worried about their falling rate of economic growth, and for
the first time in a decade the trade unions are using the strike weapon
in earnest. The Italians, whose "miracle" is also subsiding, are in
one of their periodic political crisis: the recent increase ef Commun-
ist electoral strength underscores a strange factthat prosperity can
breed Communists as effectively as hunger

As for de Gaulle, he is riding the crest of the wave of his French
and European prestige, and yet he i no closer to resolving his basic
problem of the relation of France to Europe, America and the Soviet
Union. He is wooing a Europe which is still leluctant to be wooed,
('specially since his chief partner. Adenauer, is in his last months of
lame-duck power in Germany. He is Desisting the power of an Amer-
ica on which he must continue to rely for many things, not the least
being nuclear support in time of danger. He is waiting for the time
when, with greater nuclear power, he can approach the Russians as
the -spokesman for a third-force Europe.
He no longer runs the risk of being taken for granted. The great
mistake that Macmillan madeand Kennedy tooduring the whole ol
1962 was to project their own premises on de Gaulle. Instead of Study-
ing his record and his mind, they asked in effect. "How would de
Gaulle act if he acted from our basic assumptions?" But their assump-
tions did not prove to be hjs; hence the disasters of January.
It was particularly surprising for Kennedy, with his realist temper.
\o have worked away at a new Grand Design for an Atlantic partner
ship without reckoning with de Gaulle's own Grand Design. The
President's "Declaration of Interdependence." made at Philadelphia,
looks pretty silly nowexcept as a pious hopebecause he counted
without a de Gaulle who publicly tore up any compacts of interde-
pendence that may have been assumed during the U vears since the
Marshall Plan and NATO.
Instead of interdependence with America, de Gaulle is now preach
ing independence to the Europeansand he means independence of
America. The idea may prove to be the principal residue of the de
Gaulle period. .
Ansin Chosen
UF Division Head
The new chairman of United
Fund's Major Gifts Division is
Sidney D. Ansin, president of Sun
beam Television Corp. (Channel
7) it was announced by Gen. E.
A. Evans. 1963 United Fund Cam-
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corporate, individual and founda-
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which are best solicited apart
from other classified units of the
campaign structure.
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St., Miami Beach, moved to Flori-
da from Massachusetts In the
early 40s. He founded and is still
president of the Ansin Hoe Man-
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sin is Associate Chairman of the
Conference of Christians and Jews,
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Miami. Florida, Friday, May 31, 1963
Section B
Israel Bonds Women's M'ss Bernstein Wil1
Division Breakfast Meet
Enthusiastic pledges that efforts:
on behalf of Israel Bonds in the|
forthcoming year by major or!
ganizations and synagogues will be i
greater than ever before keynoted |
. W>reakfast meeting last Friday
[morning at the home of Mrs. An-
n;i Brenner Meyers, chairman of
the Women's Division of the Is-
[rael Bond Organization.
Attending were presidents and
[representatives of many woman's
[organization in Greater Miami
and nearly all synagogues and
temples. Reports on recent events
on behalf of Israel Bonds and
(plans for future events were pre
vented by the organization and
synagogue representatives.
Special guest was Rabbi Leon
Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom,
national vice chairman for syna-
i gocues for the State of Israel
JKoi.d Organization, A brief repor,
on vcuall plans for the 1963 Israel
Bond effort was made by Dr.
(Aaron Kahan. executive director of
(he Greater Miami Organization.
Mr Max WeitZ, firmer Worn
n'a Division chairman, discussed
the role of women in the overall!
community program for Israel;
Bonds.
Reporting on recent Israel Bond
events and forthcoming plans for
their organizations were: Mrs.
Simon April, Beth Emeth; Mrs.
Louis Baron, ORT; Mrs. Nat
Barth, Hadassah; Mrs. Sam Bel-
sky, Temple Menorah; Mrs. Jonah
Caplan, Temple Adath Ycshurun;
Mrs. Harry Chaet, Pioneer Worn
en; Mrs. Max Feinstein, Temple
Zion; Mrs. Henrietta Fine, Temple
Ner Tamicl; Mrs. Sol Goldstein,
Temple Emanu-El.
Also Mrs. Harvey Kramer,
American Jewish Congress; Mrs.
Fmanuel Pollock, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women; Mrs. Joseph
i Rambam. Beth Kodesh Congrega-
tion; Mrs. Alfred Reich, B'nai
I B'rith; Mrs. David Rosenfeld,
1 Flagler Granada Jewish Commun-
\ ity Center; Mrs. Louis Seitlin.
i Beth David; Mrs. Louis Snetman.
Beth Sholom; Mrs. Alfred Stone.
Mizrachi; Mrs. Philip Thau. Tech
nion and Mrs. Frank Toback. Tern
pie Judea.
Chair Weizmann
Miss Edyth Bernstein will ac-
cept the gavel from outgoing pres-
ident Mrs. Nat Goldberg during
installation dinner of the Chaim
Weizmann Group of Hadassah on
Sunday, 6 p.m., at Skyway Motel.
Slate to be installed by Mrs.
Gerald Soltz includes Miss Hazel
Markaw, Mrs. Harry Kornfield,
Mrs. Sol Harris, Mrs. Hyman
Sootin, Mrs. Harry Bassine, vice
presidents; Mrs. Alice Waitsman,
Mrs. Esther Dorr, Mrs. Sam Lew-
is, Mrs. Philip Botwinik, secretar-
ies; Mat. Nat Slotnick, treasurer.
Chairman of the evening is Mrs.
Alfred Baker.
At a brunch given at the Algiers Hotel on Monday, May 13
Temple Israel Sisterhood installed new leaders end honore;
outgoing officers. Seated (left to right) are Dr. Joseph R. Naro:
spiritual leader of Temple Israel; Mrs. Joseph S. Buibin, newly-
elected president; Mrs. George Graham, immediate past pres-
ident. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Arnold Rosen, vies
president; Rabbi Morris Graff; Mrs. Edward Melniker, Mrs
Jerome Halpern, vice presidents. Not present, Mrs. Morris
Greene, vice president._______________________________________
Southwest Center Pinner
Southwest Jewish Center Sister-
hood held its annual donor dinner
at the Seville Hotel on Saturday,
May 18.
Season Closes For Hatikvah Chapter
Hatikvah Chapter of Mizrachi, with Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld gi
Women of America will hold it- jr,g a report on the group's Chai
final meeting of the season on mncheon which she chaired, a:id
Monday, noon at the home of Mrs^ Jack Day m cha.(..
Henry Groudan, 311o Sheridan b>m,.-i
man. demonstrating the Festiv.;!
President Mrs. Jacob Katz will of Shavuot in ancient and modern
preside at the closing session, Israel.
special value
from @> ^wfvwUo^
Anticipation of significant and gala events to be held under
auspices of the Isrcal Bonds Women's Division keynoted a
breakfast meeting of the organization's board of directors last
Friday morning at the home of Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
left), chairman. With her (right) is Mrs. Leonard Rosen, wife
of the chairman of the Greater Mionii Israel Bond Organiza-
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wirfha of Miami Beach whose
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Living in California since their
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with his grandparents .
Mr. and Mrs. Al Pallot were
at the annual dinner of
the Dade County Red Cross,
"Honey" wore a smart cocktail
tuft imported from Italy, and Al,
to keep the theme, tried out his
new pair of Bossa Nova -dancing
pumps" made of Italian reptile
skin .
Mrs. Grace Lane flew to New
York Sunday to visit with daugh-
ter and son-in-law, Abbe Lane
and Xavier Cugat who are sail-
ing on the Queen Mary June 12
to tape some TV shows and make
moving pictures in Europe .
Thirty of her girl-, friends will
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Friday, May 31, lg^..
Newiy-eiected officers and board members of
Temple Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood. Seated
(left to right) are Mrs. William Mars, Mrs. Her-
bert Parker, vice president; Mrs. Ira Levin,
president; Mrs. Joseph Gersten, outgoing pres-
ident; Mrs. Lewis Goodman, vice president;
Mrs. Charles Bellin, recording secretary. Stand-
ing (left to right) are Mrs. Morris Katz, Mrs.
Bernard Falk, Mrs. Daniel Bimberg, Mrs. Mor-
ris Berger, wife of Cantor Morris Berger, Mrs.
Joseph Liedman, Mrs. Stanley Golden, parlia-
mentarian; Mrs. Martin Knobel, Mrs. Martin
Beloff, corresponding secretary; Mrs. George
Greenberg, Mrs. Wi'liam Alter, financial sec-
retary; Mrs. Arthur Frank, Mrs. Jonah E. Cap-
Ian, wife of Rabbi Caplan; Mrs. Al Kessler,
Mrs. Mark Roth, Mrs. Adolph Mitchell. Not
shown are Mrs. Herbert Salzman, member-
ship vice president; Mrs. Bernard Levy, treas-
urer; and Mrs. Joseph Greenberg, board mem-
ber. Formal installation of Sisterhood officers
and board members will be held jointly with
the Congregation and Men's Club on Satur-
day evening, June 8, at a buffet supper and
dance in the new social hall of the Congrega-
tion. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will install the
officers, and Mayor Arthur I. Snyder of North
Miami Beach will be guest speaker.
Ner Tamid Tribute To Faculty Teachers Young Matrons
Summer Program
Graduation exercises will be
held at Temple Ner Tamid dur-
ing Saturday morning services
vith the following students par-
ticiapting in the ceremon)
presenting an original cantata:
Paul Axelrod, Howard Rurkhoiz.
Carol Feldman. Leonard Feldman,
Steven Gerson, Richard Horowitz,
Roslyo Nexer, Scott Matter. Her-
shel Pearl and Fred Pearlman.
A special tribute will be paid to
faculty members of the Religious
an'! Sunday To he I
ored are Meyer Samberg. educa-
tion director. Cantor Saul H.
Breeh. Aaron Center. Mrs Harry
Friedman. Miss Eva Glassman.
Miss Valeri Uamches and Sidney
Shapiro.
A reception by the parents of
the graduates will follow services.
On Sunday morning the Men's
Club will hold its last monthly
breakfast of the season in the
Sklar Auditorium al !i:30 a.m.
A symposium entitled "Opera-
tion Ner Tamid.'' v ill be offered
by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Mur-
ray A. Shaw, president, and Dan
Piver.
Social Club Picnic Sunday
Social Club picnic will be held
on Sunday, 10 a.m., at Crandon
Park. Those needing transporta-
tion will meet at Congregation
Beth El at 9:30 a.m.
Arrangements committee mom-
bers are Joseph Braff, Isidor Sil
ver, Mrs. Sam Sarkin. Mrs Lois
Rowner. Y.-le Shulman and Dave
Chaswan.
First event in the summer pro
.cam of tin' Young Matrons Di-
vision of Combined Jewish Ap
peal will be a luncheon followed
by card games at the home of Mr-.
Martin Fine. 58 Samana Dr., Bay
Heights on Wednesday, noon.
Marshall Harris, attorney, and
vice chairman CIA Trades and
Professions Council, will be guest
speaker.
Mrs. Iri Krensky, overall
chairman, CJA Women's Division
said, "The leaders of tomorrow's
activity for CJA for our com-
munity will emerge from the
Yocng Matrons Division and
therefor* we value highly this
opportunity for alerting them to
the needs of the community and
the important role of Federation
and its agencies."
To which Mrs. Benedict Silver
man. chairman. Young Matrons
Division, added, "we look torw ird
to an outstanding attendance at
this first program and know that
the Youn^ Marons Division wi
bring renewed vigor and unpar
alleled communal -upport to Fed
eration as it enters its next 2b
years of community service."
Area co-chairmen for Bay
Heights are Mrs. Melvin Mi
and Mrs. Edward Eiscnberg.
Special diet guide and cookbook for low sodium diets has
been prepared by the makers of Fleischmann's Unsalted Corn
C;l Margarine. This new booklet was prepared to assist those
on low sodium diets in the planning and preparation of tasty,
nutritious and interesting meals. For those who find it neces-
sary to reduce salt intake, it is often difficult to adjust to the
"taste transition." This is particularly true if you are not fa-
miliar with the subtle culinary techniques which can be used
to significantly compensate for the lack of salt as a seasoning.
Free copies may be obtained by sending vour reguest to The
Jewish Floridian, P.O. Box 2973, Main Postoffice, Miami 1, Fia..
requesting the number of copies desired. Organizations in-
terested in securing this booklet for distribution to their com-
plete membership may do so on letterheads of their organiza-
tion and forwarding to The Jewish Floridian.
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Westbrooke Plans
Active Weekend
Westbrooke Country Club will
have a toll -( hedule ol acth ities
for members over the Memorial
Day weekend, according to an an
nouncement bj Club president
Sheldon Kay
On Thursday, there was to he
a program oi sport contests tor
adults and children, during I'u
day and in the evening a family
picnic supper.
On Friday there will be a 'West
brooke Square Dance'' on the
! Carousel Patio; a "Holiiaj Hop
Dance" on the Terrace Saturday
evening, and special children's ac
t:\ities on Sunday.
Temple Selects New
Educational Leader
New educational director of
Temple Adath yeshurun Helicious
Schools will be Yehudah Segal, of
Buffalo, N.Y. In making the an-
nouncement Joseph Liedman. pres
ident of the congregation, stated
that Segal will also be in charge
ol all youth activities. Hell as-
sume his duties beginning with
the new term in September.
Thirty year old Segal was born
in Jerusalem. I>rael. where he re-
ceived his elementary education.
He attended the C'hernichov-ky
High School in Natanya. and grad-
uated in 1950. He was granted a
Teachers License from the Board
of Education of the State of Is-
rael from Beth Hakerem Teach-
er! Institute.
Segal came to the tinted States
and enrolled as a student in the
Teachers Institute ot the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
in New York City in 1951. While
attending the Seminary, he taught
at Temple B'nai Abraham Hebrew
School in Newark. N.J.. and re
ceived a Teachers License from
the Board of License of Bases
County. N.J.
He also hold! a National lYr
manent Teacher- license for
Teachers and Supervisory Person-
nel in American Jewish Schools
issued !>> the National Board ol
License. New York CltV.
IK served as educational direc-
tor of the Hebrew School oi Tem-
ple Beth Israel. Niagara Palls,
N.Y and a director of thtf*Youtk
Activities Program of the JewjA
Feder/'lion
Segal is now ci mpletfog
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^ Fridoy. May 31. 1963
Mrs. Rosen is New
Academy President
Mrs. Leonard Rosen, wife of the
chairman of the board of direc-
tors of the Hebrew Academy, this
week was eelcted president of He-
brew Academy Women, the school's
leading fund raising organization
headed by women. She will be in-
stalled at a noon luncheon Tues-
day at the Deauville Hotel.
Chairman of the brick cam-
paign, which raised $50,000 to-
wards construction of the Ida Ap-
pel Auditorium in the Hebrew
Academy, Mrs. Rosen was vice-
president of the Hebrew Academy
Women, vice president of the
school's PTA. and chairman of
several of the Academy's fund
raising activities.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy, will
install the new slate of officers
and speak on 'The Women in Pub
lie Life." Ninth grader Judy1
Reinhard will deliver the invoca-
tion, and Sandy Rosen, sixth grade
student, will represent the student
body.
Mrs. Zvi Berger is chairman of
the luncheon, and Miss Carol
Blum will sing, accompanied by
Mrs. Bernard Kwartin.
Other newly elected officers in-
clude Mrs. David Andron, honor
ary life president with Mrs. Sid
ney Rubinowitz and Mrs. Joseph
Shapiro; Mrs. Samuel Reinhard,
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MRS. LEONARD POSIN
honorary life vice president, and
Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky, honor-
ary life treasurer.
Vice presidents are Miss Sue
Berkowitz, Mrs. Henry Gewitz,
Mrs. M. H. Rosenhouse, Mrs. Jul-
ius Rosenstein and Mrs. Samuel
Rosner; Mrs. George Kimmel,
treasurer.
Temple Menorah in
Fontainbleau Event
Temple Menorah will_ conclude
the current "season of "social and
cultural activities at its annual
spring festival and installation
ball to be held on Sunday evening
at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Accepting a fourth term as pres-
ident, Maurice Revitz will be in-
stalled along with officers of the
Men's Club, headed by Norman
Shapiro.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
conduct the ceremony with Can-
tor Edward Klein and an orches-
tra supplying the background
music.
A special tribute will be pre-
sented to Mrs. Elsie Belsky, pres-
ident of the Temple Sisterhood,
"for outstanding service to the
Temple since its inception."
Now entering its 14th year, the
Temple has grown to be one of
the largest Conservative congre-
gations in Florida. Enlargement
ol the main building at Dickens
Ave. and 75th St., now under con-
struction, will be completed in late
summer of this year.
Temple Menorah Players, a semi-professional theatrical cicu ;
of members of the Temple, shown discussing costumes on.:.
staging of the production "Don't Bang Me A Gavel," originc
musical comedy skit to be presented Sunday evening cl A?
Fontainebleau Hotel, during the annual spring festival en i
installation ball of Temple Menorah.
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At an installation ceremony held
at Chez Tokay in Morton Towers
on Monday noon, May 20, Morton
Towers Group ot Hadassah induct-
ed officers for the coming term.
Mrs. Nat Barth. president of Mi-
ami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
installed the following:
President. Mrs. Samuel S. Gold-
berg; vice presidents. Mes.lames
Norman Braun, Jack Davis. Mor-
Mizrachi Inducts
Kinneret Chapter
Rabbi Herschel Brooks will con
duct installation ceremony for of-
ficers of Kinneret Chapter of Miz-
rachi Women on Wednesday, 8:30
p.m. Third installation for the
group will be held at the home
of Mrs Akin Levenson. 9610 SW
2()th St.
Incoming slate includes Mrs.
Donald Schrager, president; Mrs.
Arthur Roth. Mrs. Samuel Krsoff.
vice presidents; Mrs, Irwin Block.
treasurer; Mrs. Max Nuhomovic,
Mrs. Seymour Schwartz, Mrs
Aaron Hershkowitz, secretaries.
Chairman of the evening, during
which a -kit will be offend, is
Mrs. Joseph Lehman.
rig Minov and Morris Manes.
Also Mesdames Caiman Spiro, j
treasurer; Sol Goldworm, financial
treasurer; Harry Epstein, cor-j
responding secretary; Ida Bialla,'
recording secretary; Rose Kap-j
Ian, parliamentarian.
Chairman of committee: Mes-'
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views; Emanuel Mentz. eye banks;
William Nathan, H-day; Morris
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Gottlieb, life memberships; Har-1
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Belle Steinberg. Jewish National
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Esther Katz, American affairs.
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soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Sid-
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radio commentator Sam Gyson
save greetings.
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Technion Women
Make Presentation
To Elliot Roosevelt
A .specially struck medallion in
memory of Eleanor Roosevelt will
be presented to her son, Elliott
Roosevelt, at the annual installa-
tion luncheon of Technion's Wom-
en's Division on Friday. June 7,
11:30 a.m.. at the Doral Beach
Hotel
Known during her lifetime for
her devotion to humanitarian
causes, Mrs. Roosevelt appeared
in south Florida on numerous oc-
casions on behalf of the State of
Israel.
Designed by Sol Halpert. the
award was created in particular
for Mrs. Roosevelt's "dedication
to the democratic principles of Is-
rael and her services to Tech-
nion."
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, vice
president, will make the presen-
tation.
Installation ceremony will be
conducted by Dr. Irving Lehman,
spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-
El and a member of Technion's
national board of directors.
Incoming slate is headed by Mrs.
Thilip F. Thau, beginning her sec-
ond term as president, and Mrs
Irving Lehrman. honorary presi-
dent.
Vice presidents: Mrs. Nan Cohen,
Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin, Mrs. Ben
Zion Ginsberg, Mrs. Jack Katz-
man. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink;
secretaries, Mrs. Louis Kohn, Mrs.
Jack Goldberg. Mrs. Leo Tur
stem; trea:>urer. Mrs. Ruben Por-
ter.
Elliott Roosevelt, son of the for-
mer president. Franklin Delano
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Technion leaders planning the installation luncheon to be
held on Friday, June 7, at the Doral Beach Hotel, which will
feature Israeli folksingers. Seated (left to right) are incoming
president, Mrs. Philip F. Thau; program chairman, Mrs. Meyer
A. Baskin; Mrs. Jack Katzman, arrangements chairman. Stand-
ing (left to right) are Mrs. Leonard Zilbert. decorations chair-
man, and Mrs. Nan Cohen, hospitality chairman.
New Officials For
Aged Jr. Auxiliary
Judge Irving Cypen presided at
the installation luncheon of the
junior Auxiliary. Jewish Home for
the Aged, on May II at the West
view Country Club.
Mrt Michael Bright, chairman.,
presented a show headed by Olga
Pavlova.
Mr-. BartiMM J. StrtUM Wl MM
stalled as president tor a second
year: Mrs. George Israel, vice pres-
ident; Mrs Joseph Epstein. Mrs
Louis Brtater, Mrs. Morns Rat-
ner: secretaries, Mrs. Harold Ros-
en, Mrs. Frank Brauastcin, Mra
Clara Silversteen. Miss Rena Stein.
Mrs. Joseph Nanun. treasurer,
Mrs. Ann Linstock.
Roosevelt, and 00 a permanent
resident of the Miami area, will
speak on "Women's Role in Space
Age Education." Roosevelt is for-
mer president of Hearst Radio,
Inc., and author of "As He Saw
It." an account of the Big Three
Conference; editor, of "Personal
Letters ol FDR." four volumes;
lecturer; Brigadier General, Unit-
ed state- All Fore '., seven years,
prior to and throughout World War
II. commanded Aen.il Reconnais-
sance for the Allied side during
World War II tinder the command
of Gen Dwjght I) Eisenhower,
flew 89 combat missions, recipient
of :'7 combat decorations; former
member of the board of Texas
A&M College. He is president of
the management consultants tirm
of Prince. Kooscvelt & Cummins.
Inc., with offices In the Dul'ont
ITaza Center.
Program chairman is Mrs Me)
ei A Baskin with Mrs .lack Katz-
man in charge of arrangements;
Mrs. Louis Kohn and Mrs. Rita
Oppenheimer, tickets; Mrs. Leon-
ard Zilbert. Mrs. Harold Shapiro.
Mrs. Jeannette Gutterman, deco-
rations; Mrs. Nan Cohen, chair-
man, hospitality committee, as-
gieted bj Mrs. Inei Krensky, Mrs.
Aaron r'arr. Mrs. George W. Val-
entine ami Mr- .lack Popick.
Reception committee i- headed
by Mrs, Leo Kut-tein. chairman.
with Mesdames Frances Entine,
Ethel Herman, Norman C. Hill.
T, di Julius, Harry Platoff. Ruben
Porter. Clara Billie Silverstein.
Rena Stein and Sol Trachtenbcrg.
Hostesses are: Mcsriames Alex
Bearman, Ruth Johnson Berger.
Mildred P.erkley. Jeanette Gutter
man. Anna Lehrer. David Pome
and Marion Bobbins.
Entertainment will feature Sar-
ah and Hayim Freshko, folk sing
t rs and piauisl composer duo.
Planning Sessions
For ORT S.E. Region
Approximately 300 leader- of
the s E. Florid* Region of Worn
en's American ORT will attend
the sixth annual planning lifer
ence on Wednesday, al the Ever
. Hot) !
v hairman, Mrs Neil Hoder and
co-chairman, Mrs. Jack Fils, stat
ed that registration will be be
tween 9:30 and 10 a m with brunch
tii follow.
Invocation will be given b> Mrs
Harry Rosenblatt, outgoing region
president. Mrs. Louis Baron
newly installed Region president,
will give the keynote address.
The afternoon will be devoted
to work-hop-
Friday, May 31, 1983
Dadc Heights Cantor Resigns'
Dade Heights Jewish Congrega.
tion has accepted the algnation
of Cantor Emanuel Handel, who
has served lor the pa-t seven
years due to bis new position as
an executive director of River*
side Memorial Chapel.
Phi Sigma Sigma
Alumni Hosts Grads
Phi Sigma Sigma Alumni Chap
ter of Greater Miami is honoring
graduating seniors of Beta Theta
Chapter at the University of Mi-
ami during a meeting on Thins.
day evening at the home ol Mrs.
Norman Shalk. 5836 TV in Lakes
Dr., So. Miami.
The gra.luates. Susan Carpel,
Audrej Borok. Marcie Dro Vogel Hirsch, Marilyn Kroll. Ban
bars Norofl and Barbara Sarhs,
will be initiated into the alumni
chapter
Recently installed officers of the*
Miami Alumni Chapter are Mrs,
Myles S Eqton, president; Mrs,
Seymour Kaplan. Mr.- Paul Fur-
man, vice presidents; Irs Steph<
en .1 R< bbins, recording si
tarj. Mrs Thelma Edwards, cor
i, spoi d s< cretarj; Km
aid Prank, treasurer. Mrs, Ber-
nard Simms, financial secretary;
and Mrs Norman Sholk. ch
advisor.
Dr. May A Branson, Deal
Women, University of Miami
guest speaker at a brunch in the
Algiers Hotel for Beta Theta Chap
ter of Phi Sigma Sigma its Pan
ents' Club and men ; the
Alumni hapter.
><.-,
PTA Council, Bureau of Jewish Education, met at home of Mrs.
Samuel Hirsch to elect officers for 1963-64 and to plan its an-
nual 1964 workshop. Three of the elected officers present are
Mrs. Harvey Vogel, Temple Beth Sholom; Mrs. Norman Har-
row, newly-elected president. Temple Menorah; and Mis.
Seymour Alterman, vice president. Temple Emanu-El.
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Friday. May 31, 1963
Beach City Council Election Tuesday
fourVlunn.n1""1^ will go to the polb Tiiwdaj to elect lions of dollars in condemnation
iouj councumen. Nu ca ididates are trying, i tr the Bests, of which I Purchase price. My attempts fail-
inree incumbents. Di Lee Powell, Marcie Liberman and Melvin Richard t,(t for la* of approval bv the
re seeking reelection. Council majority."
Other candidates Ted Cohen, Aaron Kan. Hyman Galbut Mel 1{ithard his t^n living in
Daniel Gsldberg. i:. Hertz, Fred r. Hunt St., Carl Larson Hynaan ,,!'~ area tor M v,':irs- is n,al'ril'<1
Ueberman! Joe Malek. tin Gabrielh Na h, Sidney Needleman. Mur-
ray she!..-. M Willian Smith, Nat Spiegle Robert Turchin and Mrs
Revj Balkin Wiklor.
Golf Coursenow worth more
than S5.O00.OOO by the cits at a
COS! 01 oi.ly $940,000.
Page 5-B
Powell Active in
Beach Legislation
state lei islation to combat crime
in Dadt County was urged this
week by Miami Beach Councilman
and former mayor I) Lee Powell.
In his bid lor reelection to the
Beach Council. Powell suggested
reconsideration of a state law he
originally proposed, which was
adopted by the 1953 legislative
\*sion, to provide a mandatory
rOyear sentence for persons con-
victed cf robbery. The law was
repealed alter criminal court
to Janette and they live on Bis-
cayne Point with their two sons
Barry and 'Rusty."' The elder
son attends the U of Miami and
12 year old "Rusty" has just been
accepted for special summer
courses at Ohio State.
Mel Richard
Asks Reelection
Councilman incumbent Mel Rich-
ard's race lor reelection to Miami
Beach Council hit full stride this
week as the intense campaigning
office holder addressed dozens of
political rallies, meetings, cam-
paign workers' coffees and groups
of civic clubs. Richard continued
his bid for support June 4th "so
that I may continue to prevent
judges felt it was diluting their waste of taxpayers money through
discretionary power.
At a meeting this week. Powell
also told of his etorts in securing
many municipal achievements for
Miami Beach. He pointed out
that the 5% hotel room convention
agreement which he spearheaded,
had resulted in more* than $475,-
000 to Miami Beach and mentioned
his role in acquisition of Bayshore
municipal inefficiency and incom-
petence."
The candidate also advocates
the condemnation of oceanfront
property from 75th to 87th streets
"I have been fighting this beach-
front battle for a dozen years,"
Richard reminded, "and had I
been' listened to at the beginning,
we could have -aved the city mil
Turchin Advocates
More Attractions
Bob Turchin. president of a gen-
eral contractors firm, and a di-'
rector of Chase Federal Savings,
and Loan Association is stressing'
the need for more annual events'
of national and international in-
terest to increase tourist traffic to I
Miami Beach, especially opening
up the European market. The
candidate for election to the Mil
ami Beach City Council also de-|
dared that the Beach should of-
fer more recreational areas and
programs for mature citizens.
Hopefully anticipating the results of the Miami Beach elec-
tion on June 4th is the family of candidate Hal Hertz, who is
shown here with his wife Ethel, daughter, Pixie and son,
Stephen._________________
Running for a seat on the Miami Beach Council, Aaron Farr,
of Farr Tours, long established tourist agency, is pictured
surrounded by members of the Farr family, all of whom are
taking an active part in the Beach campaign. Front row (left
to right) are Rhoda Farr, Irene Farr Schlesinger, Myra Farr
and Ruth Farr. To the right of Aaron in the back row are Wil-
liam and Harvey Farr, and on the candidate's riqht is Manny
Farr. In addition to purely political functions, the supporters
of "Farr for Councilman," have kept busy with many social
activities, among them a "coffee" given by Mrs. Ben Zion
Ginsburg, at which she introduced the candidate to more than
100 guests; Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz was hostess to some
200 friends and neighbors at a social in her home.
Hertz Campaign
Rally Sunday Eve
Hal Hertz's campaimi for the
Miami Beach city council reaches
it.- climax Sunday night with a
city-wide rally at the new North
Shore bandshell, 73rd st. and Col-
ii Avc.. at 8 p.m.
Hertz, defeated by six votes
two years ago, spoke at more
than 400 meetings and rallies dur-
ing five intensive weeks of cam-
paigning from one end of Miami
Beach to the other.
His platform stresses stepped
up tourist promotion activity, a
new police sub-station in the North
Shore area, speeding of the clinic
for senior citizens in the South
Shore, a complete reappraisal of
the municipal parking system, re-
building the baseball stands at
Flamingo Park, development of
Pelican Island as "a Disneyland of
the South," creation of a year-
round special events department,
and protection of residential
areas from further commercial en-
croachment.
Hertz received the support of
the Miami Beach Democratic
Club and numerous other organi-
zations and civic leaders during
the week.
His record of leading the cam-
paigns for a new library, the
c'ouble-decked parking lot adjac-
ent to Lincoln Road, creation of
| the Mall, and for the rollback of
taxes was stressed during his var-
ious speeches.
Campaign manager Gerald
: Schwartz said Hertz's civic lead-
ership in such organizations as the
F.Iks, B'nai B'rith. Temple Beth
Sholom, Moose. Miss Universe
contest, Civic League and "scores
of others" have attracted com-
munity support at all levels.
Liberman Stress
On Public Areas
Having served 20 years in city
government as councilman, mayor
and vice mayor, Marcie Liber-
man stresses the importance of
parks, playgrounds and ocean-
front bathing areas to the contin-
ued progress of the city.
In line with this program. Lib
erman in his campaign for re-
election, says he supports whole-
heartedly the development of Pel-
ican Island as an additional recrea-
tion facility. He also supports the
extension of existing ocean front
park and bathing facility between
79th and 80th Streets along the
luxury-hotel ocean area.
The incumbent councilman said
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Friday. May 31. 1983
V.OMAN OF THE WEEK
Pat Fine met her Marty at her sorority. Alpha Epsilon Phi s dance
the old Vanderbilt Hotel. She was in black face and pigtails, but:
knew she was the "one and only" for him. As a little girl in New
cans. Pat would day dream of traveling to far places when she was
enough to go to college. She didn't travel too farjust to the
l -.iversity of Miami. Besides being active in her sorority and ama-
-, r theatricals, the most interesting thing that happened to Pat during
her college dormitory life was the fact that
she learned to cook. Cooking became one of;
Pat's most important hobbies, and she's a
whiz at it. Combined with the clever ideas
she has for decoration, it has made enter-
taining fun for Pat and a thrill for her guests.
But that came much later on.
After graduation, according to Papa s
edict Pat was to work for a year at home.
So for a full year, she sold real estate; her
first commission was spent on a watch for
Marty which he still wears. They got mar-
ried Oil April Fool's Day in a glamorous New-
Orleans wedding. For the first five years of
her married life in Miami. Pat enjoyed work-
ing for National Council Jewish Women, tak-
ing part in the affairs of the community and
trimef erring her sorority affiliations to the
Alumnae Association. Then came Ricky and
Randy, and anything not connected with them
Now that the children are older. Pat is start-
Hcr fir.-t PTA meeting was last week, which
goings-on.
August 18 Set For Esterman, Brill
>0
A summer wedding is planned and
bv Miss Elaine Esterman and SW :
Stephen A. Brill whose engage-
ment is announced this week by
the future brides parents, Mr.
Mrs Samuel Esterman, 2200
Anita Tischler to be
Wife of Dr. Kessel
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Douglass 'ollege, Rutgers Univer
sity. and also attended Teach !>
CoIIetfe." Columbia Univer-.iy
whore she was elected to Psi Chi
national psychology honorary so
ciety.
The prospective bridegroom
now employed by the Federal
Aviation Agency, graduated from
the University of Miami School of
Engineering. He is the son ot
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brill, 330 s\\
55th Ave.
The couple will be marrud 01
Aug. 18.
The former Anita Muriel Ti=ch |
ler and Dr. Stanley Phillip Kessel,
were to be married on Thursday,
May 30, at the home of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. David
Frankel. 8948 Abbott Ave.
After a wedding trip to Puerto (
Rico and the Virgin Islands, the ft
nowlvweds will live in Hollywood. Beth tmeth DOHOf Sunday
Fla where Dr. Kessel is a prac- Beth Emeth Sisterhood 10th an
ticing orthodontist. "ual donor luncheon will be held
Parents of the bridegroom are on Sunday at the Lombardy Hotel
Mr and Mrs. Lee Kessel. ol Chairmen arc Mrs. Joseph Kata
Columbus. 0. I and >rs Hrrv Kessman.
MI
j .\ ou ol Uie window.
to get act.\e again.
r.s a whole string of PTA .
Her seven months work as chairman of the Art Show staged by
Patrons Committee of the Museum of Sconce and Natural History
-t came to culmination with the champagne-opening of the Art Show
part of the museums Around the World Fair."
<=',e share* a strong feeling of community responsibility with her
-bard who is active in many affairs. Pat confided that the older
gets the fewer opinion she forms. Of one thing she is cert;
ere ihould he only one active community leader in a family.
. shares in all of his enthusiasms, she wants merely to act
UM ing hoard. 1 1 have ready at all times a haven of quiet
u While
as his
and a
ms. howakd mvmnm
Silversteins On
Mexico Honeymoon
Now honeymooning in Mexico,
the former Carole Barbara Silver
berg and Howard Silverstein will
live at the Lido Bay Apts., on
their return.
Ceremony uniting the couple
was performed by Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz on Saturday evening. May
25, in the Seville Hotel.
For the wedding, the bride wore
a gown made by her mother. Of
white peau de soie. the sheath
dress had an overskirt and train
trimmed in alencon lace and clus-
ters of pearls.
Maid of honor was Rose Colin,
and Sydney Gruber, Doe Kramer,
Pam Holtzberg and Rita Gruber
served as bridemaids.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Silverberg. 1011 4th St., the
them eighteen months to plan, is the focal point of their lives.; new Mrs s,iverstein is a grad-
,-v use it hard, because they delight in sharing it with their friends. ( uate of Miami Beach High and at-
e house itself exudes the warm feeling of friendliness and old fash- tendcd the Universities of Florida
led
hospitality that typifies Pat and Marty themselves, and their and Miaml
, e of people.
* *
f WIFE THE GUITAR PLAYER
Esther Schwartz kept her Mother's Day present a deep dark secret
a while. Sidney gave her a blonde, shining guitar and the lessons
go with it. From the sound of things she still might be taking lessons
\t Mother's Day. What will happen when she starts to play? Will
y laugh when she sits down to the guitar? Myra Farr says that
roo will play the piano when she strums for her first audience. Aaron
A Miami Beach attorney, the
bridegroom is an alumnus of the
University of Florida and Univer-
sity of Miami Law School. He is
a member of Tau Epsilon Phi
fraternity. His parents are Mr.
and Mrs. George Silverstein, 970
200th St.
Serving as best man was Barry
\. t0 let him use his own judgment whether to play real loud or soft.' silverstein; Jerry- Goodman. San-
} iv a little soft, nov .
*
:iVENTY-SIX TROMBONES
The 105 presidents made' much more exciting music when they
0d up and wen- recognized at the annual meeting and brunch giv-
, 1:: their honoi bj the Federation ot Jewish Women at the Algiers
itel. Seen in th audience. Sylvia (Mrs. Sidney) Lefcourt, Martha
Irs. Stanley Myers, Myra (Mrs Aaron) Farr. Mrs. Nan Cohen,
rs, I-idor Cohen. Mis. Leon Kronish and Mrs. Harry Fnedlander.
dy Kaplan. Ted Fisher and Law-
rence Silverberg were grooms-
men.
Emma Lazarus
Installs Officers
Emma Lazarus Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women is installing officers
for 1963-64 on Tuesday evening, at
P NK IS FOR BRIDES
Tm not losing a brother I'm gaining a sister," confided Natalie the Skyways Motel.
Baury) Cohen at the luncheon she gave in honor of her sister-in- Guest speaker will
a to i.e. Gloria Pepper, daughter of the Sidney Peppers. Gloria is
arrying Ivan Feller. :-on of the John Fellers on June 6. Gowned in
nk to match the decor of the Louis Philipe Room at the Fontaine-
eau Hotel. Natalie and Gloria greeted their friends. The pink flow-
ed tables had adorable pink poodle place cards. Among guests were
ia ( Mrs Jerome 1 Weinkle. Barbara (Mrs. Marshal1 Kline, Anita
Irs. Morton) Varet. Tootsie (Mrs. Dan 1 Furman. Dolora (Mrs. Irven)
fcnapiro, Phylisa (Mrs David) Miller, Civvie (Mrs. Earl) Pertnoy,
italie (Mrs. Melvini Frumkes. Aca (Mrs. Jack' Abbott and Sayde
Max) Pepper, The afternoon was spent playing cards.
* *
E JSY, BUSY, GAL!
Myra (Mrs. Aaron 1 Farr is as busy as a bee. She's been manag-
' "you know what." narrated the Coloring Federation Book for the
be Mrs. Al
fred Reich, president of B'nai
B'rith Women, District 5.
Miss Edith Simmons will install
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Mrs. Reuben Guberman, secre-
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ildren and grandchildren for a summer vacation. Hannah (Mrs.
- erbert) Scher, (she's Rose's sister) had a family dinner for them;
nich included Sissy and Fred Scher and eligible bachelor, Stanley
t her They spent the evening talking about the "olden days."

E5LOVED GIFT OF GOD
lat'l what the name David Jonathan means to Rabbi Eugene
laboritl and his Annette. The name is symbolic of the love of King
tor Jonathan who saved his life. He was chosen by Annette and!
Rabbi as a brother for Shiri Alysta. She's quite satisfied with;
choice.
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WAYSMIE WIED8ERG
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Continued from Page IB
fiance Gerald Weissman Par
ents of the engaged couple are
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice B. Shein
and Mr. and Mrs Bernard Weiss-
man, all of Miami Beach .
Wedding will take place some
time this winter .
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rubin of the
Helen Mar on Miami Beach, leav-
ing for California where they
will visit with son fcfaj David
Rubin and his family in San Ber
nardino. and daughter. Mrs J
Murez. husband and children in
Brent wood .
Vacationing in New York. Mir
riam and Marshall Major, of
"The Glorified" on Coral Way
trove
... A first trip to Gotham Tour
for Mirriam and the news is thai
she's having a "ball" .
Ruth Brotman flying to De
troit for the Shavuot holidaj
During her visit a memona
plaque will be unveiled in th<
name of her late brother -11 I.1 .
Samuel Woi.sman and her stei
Marion Brotman Wei-man al >l\.
Shaary Zedek Synagogue
Ruth will return briefly to Mi
ami before leaving for th.
where she will spend thi
mer .
Convalescing at her h :
Prairie A\e.. Mrs. David Ros
net's liege at Mt. Sinai Hospital
ia well behind her now
l'
Order of True Sisters. Miami Chapter 43. presenting $2,200 to
Variety Children's Hospital to provide medication and cr.
the tumor clinic and to finance research in leukemia. Shown
in ceremonies at the hospital last week (left to right) are Mrs
Fred Fuller, area cancer chairman, Mrs. Elton Rosenblr.it
chairman of children's tumor clinic; Dr. James A. Win:
pediatrics; Mrs. Joseph Barchan, clinic co-chairman; and M:s-
Syd Lewis, president.
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Friday, May 31. 1983
+Jm>isti FkurkUan
Page 7-B
Mesivta Graduation Set For Sunday
Leaders of work groups at recent Greater Mi-
ami Section. National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, board workshop at Temple Israel. Seated
(left to right) are Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim, Mrs.
William Altman. Mrs. William I. Brenner, vice
president; Mrs. Sidney Lewis, national board
member; Mrs. Aaron Farr, former interstate
regional president and national board mem-
ber; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, national vice
president. Standing (left to right) are Mrs.
Theodore Berman, vice president; Mrs. Harold
Zeeman, financial secretary; Mrs. Marvin
Zank, treasurer; Mrs. Joseph Geicher, assistant
financial secretary; Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, past
president, Miss Grace Goodman, national
southern interstate regional field secretary;
Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin, president.
Israelite Center First Graduation 37th Confirmation
For Temple Israel
Israelite Center Sunday School
held it.' :.:-\ graduation exorcises
on SftlU .. i veiling m the social
hall.
Keyn by Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Reli-
gious sc.ool principal, and Mrs.
Dora Stein Inducts
Mrs. Chester Leiter
Mrs. Chester Leiter. now presi-
dent of Dora Stein Sisterhood, will
he installed on Saturday evening
ii. the SOdal hall of Israelite Cen-
ter, with Mrs. Norman Shwedel
conducunp the ceremony. Rabbi
Morton Malovsky will be guest
6peaker.
Incorr..- -late also includes
Mrs. Lewis I'omerantz. Mrs.
Aaron Bellinkoff. Mrs. Ella Kap-
lan, Mrs Philip Richman, Mrs.
Hyman Gersetman. vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Albert Winston, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Wil-
liam Shindler. treasurer; Mrs. Ben
Harris, chaplain.
On Friday evening. June 7, the
Sisterhood will have a traditional
dinner in the social hall at 7 p.m.,
following early services in the
Center. Mrs. Chester Leiter is
chairman 01 the event, and Mrs.
George Graham is in charge of
tickets.
Phyllis Zisman. head Sunday-
School teacher.
Students completing a curricul-
um outlined by the Board of Jew-
ish Education over a period of
six years are: Allan Ezrin, Cheryl
Friedman, Linda Fisher, Arthur
Hausman. Diane Kirsner, Monique
Lowell. Judith Malavsky, Stuart
Marcus. Harriett Peres. Dennis
Silverman. Brian Singer and Nina
Simka
Other speakers were Lewis
I'omerantz. Israelite Center pres-
ident; Bernard 1. Gelbert. co-
chairman, board of education:
Mrs. Philip Richman. co-chairman,
board ol education, and chairman
of children's activities; Mrs. Ben
Harris. Dora Stein Sisterhood
president; M i s s Sue Resnick,
Youth Group president.
Delivering original speeches
were Judith Malavsky, whose
subject was "Tzeduka and Israel's
Responsibility to Each Other;"
Dennis Silverman on "Our Future
Plans;" Diane Kirsner who spoke
on "We Have Accomplished Our
Goal." Invocation was given by
Nina Simka and Monique Lowell
offered the benediction.
Mrs. Ray Berman, Sunday School
music instructor, led the singing
with Mrs. Clare B. Stanley at the
piano.
Upon completion of the cere-
mony, the graduates were welcom
ed into the Israelite Center Youth
Group.
Dr. Joseph R. Narot ofticiated
at the 37th annual confirmation
services of Temple Israel on Tues-
day evening using special material
he had written for the occasion.
The 86 students in the class parti-
cipated in the services and were
honored at a reception following
the ceremony in the Morris D.
Wolfson Auditorium.
Many of the students just con-
firmed plan to continue their re-
ligious education in the High
School Department of the Tem-
ple's Religious School. The sev-
en students graduated from the
three-year course last week are
Jeffrey Ehrlich, David Goodman,
Regina Gruen. Barbara Sklar,
Leonard Smith. Richard Snydcr
and Marlene Zarct.
First graduation of senior stu
dents attending the Mesivta High
School of Greater Miami will be
held 8 p.m. Sunday at the Hebrew
Academy's Ida Appel Auditorium.
Dr. Moses D. Tendler. associate
professor of biology at Yeshiva
College in New York, who recent- j
ly developed new antibiotics and I
anti-cancer agents, will be guest
speaker at the ceremonies.
Mesivta, which is three years;
old. has progressed from a 10th
grade to 12th grade and from 9 to
32 students. More than 50 stu-
dents are expected to attend next
fall.
Graduating class: Ivan Ester-,
man, Yehuda Azulay. Melvin Ler-
ner. Miles Kuttler, David Shapiro,
Howard Lauer, Lawrence Oment,
--------------------------------1
Cancer Women
Name Leaders
Women's Corps of the Papani-
colaou Cancer Research Institute
at Miami, installed Mrs. Robert
A. Stainbrook as president on
Thursday, May 9, at the Riviera
Country Club during the 15-unit
Corps annual luncheon and report
day.
Highlight of the luncheon was
presentation of the check for the
year's total funds raised by the
Corps to James M. Albert, presi-
dent of the Institute by Mrs. Jesse
G Mays, outgoing president.
Co-chaimen of the day were
Mrs. Seymour Kagan and Mrs.
Dennis Renuart.
Officers installed with Mrs.
Stainbrook included: Mrs. Seymour
Kagan, Mrs. Sam Rudt, Mrs.
Yvonne B. Weekes, Mrs. Fred Boz-
ick, Mrs. Weldon Gerhart, vice
presidents; Mrs. Maxwell Hyman.
treasurer; Mrs. John Speropoulos,
| Mrs. George Karnegis, secretar-
ies.
Installation was conducted by
Mrs. S. Sidney Raffel, a former
president and present secretary of
the board of Papanicolaou Cancer
Research Irstitute.
Stuart Werner, Ira Marcus and
Robert Belmaker.
Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz, prjj
cipal of the Mesivta, reve
that all 10 pi the students uill7af-
tend college in the fall, two will
go to Ner Israel rabbinical semi-
nary in Baltimore, two to the Uni.
versity of Miami, one to Harvard,
one to New York University, and
four to Yeshiva University in New
York.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, pres-
ident of the Mesivta, will deliver
greetings.
Representatives from the Jew-
ish War Veterans will present an
award to the senior student who
has written the best essay on
"Twofold HeritageJudaism and
Americanism."
Rabbi Louis Rottman, vice pres-
ident of the Mesivta, will present
the diplomas to the graduating
class. Lawrence Ciment and
Stuart Werner will be validictor-
ians.
Dr. Tendler, acclaimed for his
research on cancer, received his
BA in 1947 and Master's in 1950
from NYU and was awarded his
PhD from Columbia University in
157.
Beth David Lists
Graduate Students
Students confirmed at Beth Dav-
id last Sunday evening, with Rab-
! bi Norman N. Shapiro officiating
include:
Elle Rranc-ine Yeffler, MUhell*
ivih KoKinek, Donna Jill Syrop, Faith
Klndler, FHIth Saal, Pamela Robyn
Nrhnffer. Judith Ann W'eitut, Bharon
cii.omn.Hi. Hunan Berke, Sharon
Qronamnn, Qerl-Jane Cohen, Barbara
Lynn Burney, Ruth Ellen Hoodwin,
Sybil Sernaker, Maryann Harder,
Elaine Richman Aronovlu, Leslie
I Raj I'onn. Juriieth Anne Cohen, Alva
Irene Badanes, Linda Sue Solomon.
Mylea B. Abbott, Arnold T. Relnhard,
Mink Philll|> T.Moll. Howard fcJ.
Will.ii. Fred a, Welllech, Thomaa U
Polien, Melvin Jay Luskin. Jack C.
Miller, Jeffrej Miles Ram, Arthur M.
Km./.. Joalah William Meyer, I'hiliii
Charley Genet, Benjamin Rottoff, Ira
Heeht, Rnberl tloldbergi Avorj Alan
I'gent, Daniel s. Btokola, l>:i\i.l H.
Metllka, Uuy <1. Splegelman, D.nnis
Richard Learner, Stephen E. Farrow
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?age 8-B
+Jmisti tier letter
Friday, May 31. 1963
Nineteen Political Aspirants Seek
Four Seats on Beach Council
Continued from Page 5-B
it the expansion of public
. .eanfront bathing facilities, more
'net parking and other add-
I. recreation tteilities will mat
i ially aid in bringing more tour-
.s to Miami Beach for longer
nods, particularly those who
r>t rooms and apartments in off-
ach hotels and rooming nausea,
osis Association and United
KiMtdra- ^HTk-Ladv" at Ht. Sinai
Hospital an.I B member of the Mi-
ami Beach Welfare Department
Advisory Board.
Revy Wikler Asks
Woman's Viewpoint
1962 "Woman of tne Year" Mrs.
vy Balki u Wikler (an award
i hich was destowed by the Mi
. lit Beach B'nai B'rith) is wind-
ig up her campaign for Miami
ach City Councilman.
An active civic and organization
1 orker, Revy is the mother of
.nee children and the wife of Dr.
mor. J Wikler. The family re-
le at 611 86th St. Mrs. Wikler.
additon to her local activities is
photographer and columnist.
'A woman's viewpoint is needed
.1 the council in matters relating
welfare, health, traffic, and
creation facilities." stated the
ndidate. who is the recipient of
. tations from the Multiple Scler-
Smith Asks for
Pension Program
M. William "Smitty" Smith,
cjirdidate for city council, stated,
"every citizen should vote yes' on
the question which calls for the
creation of a pension and retire-
ment system for employees of the
City of Miami Beach, and for pro-
viding insurance for death result-
ing from service-connected injur-
ies."
He also urged a favorable vote i
on the proposed ordinance which
would in effect raise salaries for
the police and fire departments, j
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Making his first bid for a seat
on the Miami Beach City Council
is Mr. Hyman Lieberman, 63-year-
old trucking executive, formerly
of Brooklyn. N. Y. He is president
of M. Lieberman & Sons.
In tribute to the growth of the State of Israel. Hyman Galbut
(left) Greater Miami civic leader, presents a 515,000 check for
purchase of Israel Bonds to Adin Talbar. emissary of the
State of Israel. Purchase was made on behalf of the Greater
Miami Mt. Sinai Cemetery Assn., of which Galbut is vice
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3iment who is assisting Weiss in the campaign on the lower
3each. An attorney, Malek is a graduate of Brandeis Fine
^rts Institute and last year was selected by the Voice of
America to record programs for Europe and behind the Iron
Curtain. Malek is a member of- the Miami Beach Optimists,
Knights of Pythias, Loyal Order of Moose, Miami Beach Elks,
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Among his campaign pledges
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GREATER MIAMI
Camp Akiva
1021 Biarritz Dr., Miami Beach
Rabbi Stanley B. Weiss,
Camp Director
Irwin Montgomery, B. A.,
Athletic Director
Camp Avir
(Cong. Yehudah Moshe)
13630 W. Dixie Hwy., No. Miami
Gary Canner. Camp Director
Camp Simchah
iTemple Adath Yeshurun)
1025 N.E. Miami Gardens Dr.,
Miami
Martin Knobel, Director
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center
Day Camp
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Mareia Levin, Camp Director
Lear School Day Camp
1010 West Ave.. Miami Beach
Richard Lear. Principal, Lear
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Directed by Milton Feinstein
Westbrooke Country Club
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Mrs. Jane Schulman, Director
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Located on Site of Former
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STATE OF FLORIDA
Camp Ocala
Ocala National Forest
Ix>cal address:
1451 N. Baysbore Dr.. Miami
Dr. Theodore R. Struhl, President
GEORGIA
Sky Lake Camps
Sautee, Georgia
Local address:
P.O. Box 159, Miami 45
NORTH CAROLINA
Blue Star Camps
llendersonvilie, N. C.
1100 Crescent Ave. N.E.
Atlanta, Ga. (until June 5th)
Herman and Harry Popkin
Founders and Directors
Camp Judaea
(Hadassah and Zionist Organiza-
tion of America Sponsorship)
llendersonvilie, N. C.
Local address:
710 NE 168th St., No. Miami Beach
Camp Osceola
Hendersonville, N. C.
Erwin D. Marshall. Director
For information call HI 5-3585
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transportation available
Information and applications
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Fiidcy. May 31. W\
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at
include the Bar Mitzvah of Dan-, fforrOWrfZ Posf Blood Drive
iel Ian Kandel.
A seventh grade student at
Ponce de Leon Junior High, Dan-
iel plans to continue his religious
education. He is a line pianist,
having studied for many years,
and is interested in art and car
models.
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Kandel.
1510 Blue Rd.. will host the kid
flush in their son's honor.
Blood is Life, Save a Life. Do
nate Now." is the theme of the
blood drive to be held by the Com-
munity Blood Bank of North Mi-
ami Beach on Sunday, 8 a.m. to
1.30 p.m. in Unified Hall.
The drive is being sponsored by
the Abe Horrowitz Post 682. JW-
ish War Veterans, under the chair-
manship of Melvin Daum. past
enter vice commander.
David Morton
Howard tdwardt
Mitchell Kellntr
Eric Fass
Saturday afternoon services at
Beth David, conducted by Rabbi
Norman N. Shapiro, will include
the Bar Mitzvah of Eric, son of
]VIrs. Gertrude Fass on June 1.
A seventh grade student at
Shenandoah Junior High. the
celebrant's favorite subject is
American history. A sport enthus-
iast, he plays golf and baseball,
and his hobby is stamp collecting.
Nathan Benn
Temple Tifereth Israel will be,
the site of the Bar Mitzvah of
Nathan Herman Benn during ser-j
vices Saturday morning, June 1.
with Rabbi Henry B. Wernick of-
ficiating.
Recently awarded a Certificate!
ol Merit from the Future Scien-;
titts of Ameica, Nathan attends
North Miami Junior High and is
a member of North County YMHA.
His hobbies are softball and micro-
scopy.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benn. 14830
NE 11th Ave.. will host the Oneg
Shabbat on Friday evening and
the Oneg Shabbat following the
ceremony on Saturday in their
BOn'a honor.
* *
Mitchell Gilbert Kellner
Bar Mitzvah of Mitchell Gilbert
Kellner will be celebrated on Sat-
urday morning. June 1. at Beth
David Congelation with Rabbi
Norman V Shapiro officiating.
A seventh grade student at the
Hebrew Academy. Mitchell plays
guitar and sings in the Cantor's
Club. His hobby is assembling
models and Ms collection includes
models of boats, airplanes, ani-
mals and human figures.
' Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kellner
will honor their son at the Kid
dush following the ceremony and
at a dinner party in Spector Hall
in the evening.
*
Howard Edwards
Bar Mitzvah of Howard Ed-
wards will be celebrated during
services Saturday morning, June
I. at Temple Menorah with Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz officiating.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ed
wards. 6921 Trouville Esplanade.
Howard is a student of the Tern
pie's Religious School.
A dinner reception in his honor
will be held in the evening at the
Algiers Hotel.
f a
David Morton
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offic-
iate at the Bar Mitzvah of David,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Mor-
ton, during services Saturday
morning, June 1, at Temple
Emanu-El.
A seventh grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High. David has won
honors in mathematics, baseball
and music. A fine pianist, he ac-,
companies his mother, a former
light opera star, in public. He
also plays accordion and trumpet
His other interests include elec-
tronics, rocket models and ath-
letics and he has his own base-
ball and football teams.
David will be honored at the
Kiddush following the Bar Mitz-
vah Service and at a reception
Saturday evening at the Eden Roc
Hotel.
*
Daniel Kandel
Saturday morning services con-
ducted by Rabbi Mordecai Podet
at Temple Judea on June 1 will
Flagler-Granada
Installs Sunday
"I Believe" will be the theme
of confirmation exercises to be
held at Flagler-Granada Jewish
: Center on Sunday evening. 7:30
p.m.
Participating in the ceremony
will be Rabbi David Rosenfeld,
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Dr. Louis
Schwartzman. A testimonial to
Samuel Hollander, for "25 years
of service to Jewish education"
will take place during the exer-
cises.
Students to be confirmed arc
Barry Howard Bush. Larry S.
Dansky. Lory S. Dansky. Margaret
Beth Emmer. Clarice Feir. Linda
Regina Fritsch, Gary Bruce Gold-
mark. Barry Green. Berta Wilma
Greenwald, Doreen Hollander.
Gerri Michelle LeVine, Robert
Lewis Moore. Lawrence M. Ros
en, Robert Alan Strauss. Mitchell
M. Strumpl. Jan Lasuence Zieg-
ler.
Gables Ladies Representative
At State Reserves Meeting
Mrs. Charles O'Toole and Mrs.
Albert Schafcnancher, Jr. were
delegates from the Coral Gables
Chapter. Reserve Officers Ladies
Assn.. to the state convention of
the Reserve Officers' Assn.. held
recently at the Gait Hotel in Ft.
Lauderdale.
W15 MFBIDUNAVC.
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(IP 1 Per Month
I 9 I c'r p"0"
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3 KOSHER MEALS DAILY
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Phone IE 10496
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Monday v\entsdy evening, June ?J.
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credit (S2f Btfistration June 21-22.
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Friday. May 31, 1963
*Jfist)tk>ridr&n7
State JWV Plans For State Conclave
Page 11-B
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
ChairmanEmanucl Mandel has. To be held at the Deauville
announced that rowstratioBs arc be Hotel on June 7. 8 and .0 ."'
nounoai^trefistrations aje be- dave will brtea
ing accepted for the 17th annual from Tamp:!.
convention of the Florida State
Department Jewish War Veterans
of the U.S.A.
representatives
St. Petersburg,
Jacksonville and Orlando posts to
join delegates of the many Dadc
and Broward posts.
Convention will begin with Fri-
day nir-hl traditional service con-
ducted by State Department Chap-
lain Maurice Weinman and Na-
tional Deputy Chaplain Emanuel
Mandel. Guest Cantor Joseph
The 15th annual conference of Ma,ok wi" chant the liturgy.
the Brandeis University National Mayor of North Miami Beach.
Women's Committee will be held Judge Arthur Snyder, will deliver
Brandeis Women to
Attend Conference
on the Brandeis campus in Wal-
tham. Mass., from Sunday, June
9. through Tuesday. June 11, it
was announced by Mrs. Julian
Burg, president of the Miami
Chapter.
Delegates will be guests of the
University at the 12th commence-
a sermon during the service.
State Commanders cocktail par-
ty and banquet Saturday night
will be the convention highlight j
with County Commissioner:
"Chuck" Hall the principal speak-
er.
Sunday, June 9th. will be devot-
ment exercises on June 9. Com-j ed to meetings concrning the V.A.
menccment address will be deliv
ered by McGeorge Bundy, Spec-
ial Assistant to the President for
National Security, who will receive
an Honorary Degree.
Throughoutt he program, dele-
gates will meet in workshop ses-
sions with national chairmen and
officers to discuss Book Fund.
program activtiies, and expanding
membership drives to meet the;
needs of the Brandeis University
Library which the National Wom-
en's Committee supports.
Hospital, J.W.C. Insurance Pro-
gram. J.W.V. burial plan, nation-
al policy discussion and endorse-
ment of National Judge Advocate
Daniel Neal Heller as
tional Commander.
The convention will
Sunday afternoon after
lion of the 1963-64 state
Oli
Mrs. Penick Named
Nursery Director
New director of Temple Or
Olom nursery-kindergarten school
is Mrs. Saul Penick A resident
Of Miami for the last 16 years. Mrs.
Penick has been teaching at the
pre-school level for eight years
she is a graduate of the Howar I
College in Belfast, North Ireland.
Temple Or Olom. known former-
ly as the Coral Way Jewish Cen
'tcT. has increased the size of its
nursery-kindergarten from three
to four classrooms during this past
three yean.
Rubin Opens Osceofo Lake Inn
In Hendersonville June 10
Located in the heart of the Blue
Ridge Mountains in Henderson-
ville, North Carolina. Joe Rubin's
Osccola Lake inn will re-open on
.lone Kith for its 23rd summer
season,
Featuring Jewish-American cuis-
ine, the resort hotel will offer
planned entertainment nightly in-
hiding dancing to the music oi
.i live orchestra. All sports, in-
eluding golf at special cates, are
pen to hotel guests and a filter
FRAYDERMAN.
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KLEIN. \l
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FEIFFER.
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BESKIN. Paul. : of 345 Meridian
Vve., ill) M M*> -'- H > l sldl
THOMAS. lit herl 'dwnrd
|llii \\V 6th l'l died Mnj 21, Rlv-
ZDCker. Row Renter, 71. of :."l NE
172nd .-I died Mn> 22, Rlverslde-
lli ,, I-
FUHRMAN, Benjnmin, 71. of 1030
\ died Ma> -'1 Rlvi r-id.
GLICKMAN. I KB belle Sophie, 38, of
i r. i dii d May 21.
Rlt i de-Beyer.
SOLOMON. Prank B M ""'
i.. nox Vve., dli May 20. Rlvi rslde.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 5761
M vrttx- nx. +m'N'.u- i>n.rrM.\N
and iiaki i:s i: i ;i rTTLIEB.
Plaintiffs,
VS.
I RANK C. BARKER, ROBERT I).
LIAIIKKI! and JOHN (". BARKER,
residual lew.....w under the bant will
and Testament of MARY K. BARKER,
ill eased; E, A. I'oTTKIt and NEI.I.IE
IIEEBE, and If married their unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees, gi gntees,
assignees, Ilenors, creditors, trustees,
or other claimants, claiming by,
through, under or against them;
ALL I'.NKNoW.N PARTIES AND
CLAIMANTS, having or c-lalmtng any
right, title or Intereat in or Hen u|H>n
the proper*) Involved In this cause,
l fondant-.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
Tii: FRANK i- BARKER, ROBERT
I >. BARKER wild JOHN C. BAR-
KER, residual legatees under the
Last Will and Testament of MART
E. BARKER, deceased; E. A.
POTTER and NELLIE BEEBE,
and if married, their unknown
spouses, If alive, and If dead, all
unknown heirs, device. lega-
tees, grantees, assignees, II......b,
creditors, trustees, or other claim-
ants, claiming by, through, un-
d.r or against them;
VLL INKNOWN PARTIES AND
CLAIMANTS, having or claiming
any right, title or Interest in or
lien upon the property Involved
in tiii- causi.
RESIDENCE I'NKNoVVN.
YOU AND EACH OF YOC, Hated
Iabove, ar.- hereby notified that MAR-
next Na-;TI\ KINK. PHILIP COLEMAN and
CHARLES B. GOTTLIEB, have
brought a Complaint against you to
iTii. i title t.i the following described
property, situate, lying and being In
Dade County, Florida, to-wit:
Lot I", iii Rloek 1, of NORTH
HIGHLAND, according to the rial
thereof, recorded In Plat Book 7.
at Page 31, of the Public Records ol
Pad. County, Florida.
VOL" ARE HEREBY required lo
in Answer or oth< r
defens \< pleading to said Complaint
on PlaintiffH' Attorney, MANl'EL
if l.-i2H Merld- LIBEL, Mill Floor Dade Federal
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 5763
Itl.KV-SH-**-,** .\l I K I :i,t>-< *-*-" ~-
Plain tiff,
\ ,
JOSEPH MIKELONIS,
I lefendant.
ORDER TO APPEAR
YOU, JOSEPH MIKELONI8, c/o
General Delivery, Cleveland, Ohio, are
hereby notified to servi a copj of your
answer to a Complaint r..i Dlvorci
filed against \,.u by: SHIRLEY JOAN
MIKELONIS, 203 Calumel Bldg.i .Mi-
ami, Flu., and file th.....'Iglnal with
the Clerk of thls~Court on or before
the i*t day of July, 1963, otherwise n
it,. ree pro confesso will be i nt< red
against you.
Dated May 27, 1963.
E. P.. I.K.VTHERMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
is. all By: C. P. i IRELAND
i deputy 'lei k
3 31, 6 7-11-^1
conclude
the elec-
oificers. ,
Building, Miami 32, Florida, and Hie
the i i Iglnal of same In n.....fflce of
ili>- Clerk of the above styled Court,
th) 2nd day ol July. 1*63;
otherwise ihu allegations contained
therein will be taken as confessed by
!! and .. i .- Pro 'onfesso a .ll
be :n. you ror the relief
layed for In s.il.l Complaint.
Dated M i) 27,
i: IJ. l.i: VTHICRMAN,
i 'it i'. of the ircuil I'ourt
l t.ttt, i "ount). Florida
t By: K M. LYMAN,
Deputj Clerk
i 11, 6 7-1 1-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59421A
IN RK: Estate ..f
JOSEPH SCHWARTZ
I ivasi i|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you ma) have against the es-
tate of JOSEPH SCHWARTZ, de-
ceased late of I lade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Bade Coun-
ty, and file th same in dupli att
and as provided in Section 738.16
Florida Statutes, in their offices ii
the County Courthouse In Dads Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendai
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or 111 same will
In- barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 22nd
day ol Ma*. A.I, : 16 I
ROSE RERKOWITZ
Executi ix
First publication this nol
the 24th day of Ma* 1963.
SIMON, HAYS ,v (IRl'NDWERa
Attorne) > for F2xi i utrlx
301 Alnsley ilullding
Miami 32, Florida
:. 24-31, 6 7-1 I
11. F'l
i.al Answi i
i i'i. rk
,.i- b. ton i '
I T.I l t<
ill will In
-wimmini: pool and wading pool i
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 5652
RENJ VMIN K. 11 KM LEY,
Plaintiff,
TIIELM \ RfTH IIBN'DLET,
Defend int.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: THELMA IM'TII HENDLE1
IH ll< olf Road
lll\ ersidi i .Tinit Ttietit
\ i, THEI.M \ t: i ill HENDLEY,
me In it I.- nollfli thai n Hill f
n in for I 'i*..... has bt en riled
igainsi you, and you ..... required to
., i x. :, ,.;.\ of ^ our Answer or
Pleading t" tin- Bill "f Complaint on
;i. I'lnlnl Hi' ni y, ST< 'LAR &
\n fiivii'K. ::' Tut Street, Miami
rlda, and rile the
, i ding In the office
,,i the Circuit Court on
Ird dav ..f July. 1963.
.1,, s... Judgment by de-
taki ti against > "ti foi
nanded in the Bill of
are on the premises. To entertain
the small try the hotel provides
the Little Chiefs. Children's Day
amp.
For brochure and 'early bird"
pecial rates inquiries may be >li
tiled to Sin Rubin at Osceola
. ke Inn. 8.T.
;
in THE
DONE
i
. shall be publlshi ii once
. iveekl
.11 w ISH I l.oRIDIAN.
VXD RI 'FIRE! I al Mil
. ird da) 01 Mi A.D
i: ii i.i: \ "iii'K.MAN.
II I
i, i 'ounl i Florid t
ll; K. M l.VM \N
jtj iterk
-ll-'Jl
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni.Tli'K <- HEII Y C.IVEN Iha
the un il' !' !>
ii.-..s iiieit r Ih
rwMiM .'' f:en
Highway. Intends
_ iifled, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are)
source of very real
comfort to alL
i
to engage
fictitious name
at I..- S. I'M'
to register
with the Clerk ..f the Clrcull
,., 11,,,i. i ( Ida.
I i: rH V III il>RIGt'EZ
. owner
:. 31, 6/1
NOT'CE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
XITICK IS HF:RF:BY QIVEN that
llir mi.i. a i. di irln to ngs ti In
l.usifn -s iiii.lt t the Hi tiiit.ns n.un. ft
KMii i |'ROl>lCTS OF' SOI I II
florid \ i :3on s f:. isi pibi mi-
Flot iila Intends t" ri glsti r said
with the I li I. Of i he 'il no
,,, i >ade Count*. Floi Ids
ii. lottf:rman
rSF-OROE HILHERT
Attornv> for F2m*o Products
of South Florida
One l.in...It. Road Bldg.
Miami !'. h ''. Flo Ida _^ g _
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 5753
DEXTER P DANIELS,
.a man,
Plaintiff,
VI VRY i:\III.V SMITH, a k a
KM I L"i SMITH, rormerly the
wife of THOMAS SMITH, and
-----------------------, her
husband, If married;
VIVIAN" MARTIN, a single
woman and MAl'RICE B.
\\ II.I.IAMS.
I >.ft ndants.
NOTICE TO DEFEND OR ORDER
OF PUBLICATION SUIT FOR
FORECLOSURE
i'i M VRY i:\III.V SMITH a k i
EMILY smith, rnrinerl* the
wife ol THOMAS SMITH and
-------------------------, her husband, if
married (Residence I'nknown)
ami all unknown parties claim-
ing anj Interest by, through, un-
der or against each or either *f
the above named pnrth s ho
ma- lie .it .ii ..r are not know n
t.. bt tb ad or alive,
Vi.r. \\'l> EACH i"'" vm'. are
thai n Complaint for
Foreclosure of Mortgage has been fll-
, ,l uga Insi you, and j ou are requir-
ed in serve ti cop*, of your Answer or
; s t., the Complalnl on the
Plainlifl Vttorm ys. KICSSLER &
Hi i] t/i \. l li ki il \i .mi... Miami
_'. Floi Ida, and file the original Ans-
Pleading In Ihe offlt.....I the
t li rk of Ihi r u I Com I ci..... before
July I. '.'"'' if v,,|i fall to
t .1, I.i lit u ill I..- taken
against v.-n roi the relief demanded
it ii,. i 'on In Int.
The 'i- i '' '!" '1
\ |.t ... it .1. .1 against Is: Lol l"t.
:.. of BROAD.Mi >H 'H m iR,
ding i" th, pi ii iii. ri of, ii -
Hook .". .ii I'agi -".
,f i: i :. of 11 .ih-
rit notice shall be pull I
men wi rk fn '"<' com cul i wei ks
,, the JEV ISH FL( 1R1D1 i\
DoNE \M' ORDERED al Miami,
hadi County, Florida, this 24th day
of May, A.D 191
i: B. LEATHER MAN.
i'lerk if tin 'Ircuil Com t
l tail, i "ountj. I- i" Ida
18, || |:y: i- P COPELAND
I leput) i h i k
.'. ll, 6 7-14-21
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 59451-B
III Re: EST VTE OF
I'.KAKNIt'i: ALLEN
I leeeasiil
'I'n All Creditors ..ml All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Ymi and each > ou, are he hj
' notified and i e|tili to presi nt an]
claims and demands which you, oi
either of you, mnj have against the
estate of BEARNICE ALLEN di -
ceasi .i I.iii- of i >ade "ounty, Florida,
to tlie Honorable Count) Judges o
iTa.it- County, and file the same in
their offices in the Count) Courthousi
:n Dade County, Florida, within si\
calendar months from the date of t''e
rirsl publication hereof, Said claim*,
or demands i.t [*ontain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and t.. hi- sworn
in ami presented as aforesaid, or sum
will be bat
Dated May ;'lst. A.D IMS.
POINSETTA BRADSHAW
As Executrix of the Last Will ai d
Testament of HEAHNICE ALLEN
1 deceased.
BEN ESSEN, Esq.
\ t It.rut \ for F2xi I'Ul l K
mil Seybuld Bldg., .Miami ::.'. l-'la.
.'. :i- ". 8'7-H
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCU'T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 5586
rwt: w 11. i"/A*ffsfn m; it***
SAYINGS HANK.
riHintltf,
vs.
ARTHCR CHAMBERS, a Blngli
I lefendant. *
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Arthur Chambers, a Blngli
71 w. 43th Street
New York City, New York
You are hereb) notified that It
bove capUoned action has been In
tituted against you In the Clreu
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Clt
.-Tit of Florida In and for Dadi l
ty to t......it.-- a mortgage upon th
following described real property:
I-.! :i Bl.-k 12, SCOTT LAKE
MANOR, SECTION TWO, accoi
tit the I'lai thereof, as recorded i
Plat Book 10 Page 58 of the Publi
Records of Dade County, Florid:
together with the following items i
property which are located in an
permanently Installed as a part i
the Improvement* on said land:
Electric Suburban Oven, Model N-
8.14, Si-rial No. 71X114: l Blectri
Siiburban Range, Model 34. Perl:
No. R442C; i riaa Utility Centn
Heat. Modi-I No. B-Tn. no teris
number; i Nutone Kitchen F^xhau.-
I'an with Hood.
You are required to file your gl
--' r to plaintiff's complaint with tl
i'lerk of the aforesaid Court, ant
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff
attorney MART IN l'l NIC. 14th Fl<
Dade Federal Bldg., Miami :!:'. Flor
Ida. not later than -I i i 11 84, 1113, <
a Decree Pro Confesso will be sntei
eii against you.
Dated: May -.'l-t. 1981
E. B. LEATMERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Coui t
(seal) lt\: K. M LYMAN
Di pnty Clerk
MARTIN PINE
Vttorney for Plnintiff
111li 1 ioor 11...*,- Federal Bldg.
Miami 12, Florida
________________ ". 11 -
NOTICE UNDER"
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tha
undersigned, desiring to eagag
a business under the fictitious nam
if STATE INVESTIGATION
::i: VI' at 8121 N.W. 7th Av< nu<
VIli 1. I la th. mi- to registi -ai-
ai.I.- with the Clerk of the
Dadi I'ountj Fin i-i.i.
Fl'RNITl'RE SI'PERMARKET IN"
ni MIAMI
I:- Paul Ka'/., I 'l i si,i, nt
Myers, Hi ilan & Cats
S.W. 1st Street, M'aml
:. 24, 11, NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni iTii i: is iii:i.i:i:v an BN tha
li.- undersigned flesh Ing to en*cs- i
liuslnesi under the fictitious name
OI'Y SERVICE IF MIAMI BBACI
n i'ii l,lnci In Road, Miami Bi
Intends to n glsl r said name
he Clerk of ti Clrcull Coui t of I
Counts, 1 l" Ida
IRWIN BLOCK
5/24-31,1 :
NOTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the nmi. rxlgned, .1 si Ing lo ene -
hi business under tin- fictitious naini
of FONG-SHA-NtlON'S CH1NARAMA
at number I62l VV. Dlxii Hwy, In
the City of North Miami Beach, Flor-
ida intends lo register the said nami
ivlth the i'i. k of i he Circuit i 'ourt
of i lade Count). Floi Ida,
i iated at Miami, Florida, i
das of May, 1968,
CHIN VRAMA, IN '
By Ah In i llchak, i I
Robert I-: VVIIlnei, See), I'n -
MYF'RS, HEIMAN, KAPLAN
,\ C VTSMAN
li:." S.W. 1st Street
Miami, Florid i
Kenneth M. M it
Attorney lol A III
'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CO'JR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 55227-B
IN RE: Estate of
NETTIE KIN km:.
I i. ceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DI STR I BUTIOr-
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereb) given that 1 ha\
filed my Final Re tort ami Petition :-
Distribution and Final Dischargi
Ailniinisli.il.. nf the estate "f NK'I
TIE Kl'NKLE. deceased: and that i
the Mill da> of June, 1963, "ill appl
I., the I Itmornble County Judgi i
Dade County. Florida, for approval i
I said Final Report and tor dlstrlhutio
ami final discharge as Admlnlsl
iif the estate of the above-named .1
..il.nr. This l.lili da) .a Maj .
fll VRLF'S F. Kl'NKLE
s.W'l IRD M SH ICDLIN
VttOI in >
2 :\ S, m ity Tr 1-: Bldg.
Miami, Florida
- 24-81,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is herf:by GIVEN thai
the undersigned, di siring to ei
rin buslnesi the fictitious name
of FERMAN .\ CO nt 1104 Alnsley
Building, Miami, Florida, intend to
In i In i i i .in t of I lade I 'ouut) .
i ;.....i.i.
robert i ferman
ima i! vylis
evf3l" \ clark
rf:v.v stern
herbert schweitzer
ross, rtamer, wolf** haft
Attoi mys for I i i mm & Co.
]:: i:.ist 12nd St., N. w York City,
:. 24, 31, 6 T. I I
MIAMI SEXCUISIVI ItwibH CI '
AID C0MWUNI i
M0 1-7693
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VOT4CE is HERF:BT GIVEN that
,h; fSd. n' i,'ni: '" '
In business under thi
" ...,. | h DICCOR VTINtl SER-
V||... lNn HAVE tn DR U'f:ri
it 919 NW
t,, ri ''' ''" '
1..... Coun-
ts. INC.
ii VICTOR H I :. 'MIMt
s.
1 EON \ PSTE1N, i '.'
- ,; r-14-xl I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF:BY GIVEN tint
thi undersigned, desiring to engage in
- under the fll Ptlolls nam. ..I
FLAGLER SI'RPLCS STI IRE, VR.MY-
NAVV SrilPLCS FLAGLBR STtHtE
.,, |7is West Flagler Street, Miami.
11 I'ounty, I loi ida Intend to reg-
i l ii.i i.i. u itli the Clerk of the
i 'oitt i oi I lade i 'ounty, Florida.
s vtf: schclberg
SHIRLEY Si'ill'l.i:i:i:': ::n".
RICH >'Mi S< "HCLBERi i
VLAN M SCHCLBERG
. li, /'] 1-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby given that
i desiring to
mdei thi flctltli
of CHF'CKBH VAN A KTORAGF2 CO.
lN.il Ith CI., Miami, I '
ii i.i name with the
thi 'li 'i i '"iri "i i adi
Count). Floi Ida.
i H MARTIN
.<.'!. i iwngr
.. 31, 8 7-1 l-Jl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is ih:i:i:i'.y GIVEN thai
11.. undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of PARADISE TENNIS OI FLORIDA
at 21.1 N.I-:. 2nd Am-.. Miami. I la In-
ti mis to register said name "h the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JERi ME KIMB VLL
Sole owner
5 24, 81, T, 1 l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ib. nndei signi d, di sh Ing to i
in business undi i Itlous nam*
of M M.KI'.lin KI-: M.'I'V CO., at 2490
\v. -t Ith i"t Hiii' ah, l-'la..
to register said name -s i 11 thi
of the Circuit Coui ; of I *adi I'
i lo Ida,
ANDREW M VI. VTESTA, Jr .
r.i:\'.l win \l M VTESTA,
I'M I. M VL VTESTA,
. minis
VNGELO \ M.I
Al i.'i lo > f*r om nei s
31, 6,7, I
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 59442-A
In Re: ROTATE OK
s Wll KI. NL'SSBAl'M
Dei -I
r.i mi Creditors and All Persons Ha*
i lalraa or i M mande Against Sa
Estate:
You and in b "I S OU ar lit it I
notlfii .1 and reqtilt '1 :' presi nl ai
. ., ns ami dt i.hi.is h hlch S ou, i
ma) ha t !--'. Insi il
iti "!' SAMl'EL M 'SSBAt' M di
i i late of i 'ade i 'ounty, Flo
to the Honorable Count) Judges -
Dade County, and file the same -
the Count) Courthou
In Dade County, Florida, within
. mi.ir months from Ihe date ol ti
i a publii atli n hen of. Said claln
or demands to contain the li gal ai
dn -- of tin- clalmanl and i" be swo
t.i and present" d as afon -aid. or
will I., barred.
I tated Ms I '
lill.KX s. NI SSi'.Al'M
\- vdmlnlstratr \ of the Estate
SAMl'EL N i .-si: VfM Deceased
BEN RSSEN, Esq
Attoi ni tor Administi ,-i i i\
ion Seybold Bldg., Miami :.', F1 i.
j 24-81, ; 7-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY CIVKN th
tha undersigned, desiring to angai
in business under the rictltlous nan
of KRAMER REALTY at :t:,0 69t
si Miami Beach II, Fiorina, Intem
t,, register said name with the Clei
.:' the Circuit Com i ..f 1 >ad Count:
Florida.
MITCHEL KRAMER
i in in-r
B, 17, 24,
NOT'CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS Hl.i:|-|:\ GD EN
!, rslgni ii. desiring to n_. .
-. under the flctltloui nan
GIIE VTER I' VDE CI d'N'J'Y CRI
Bl'RE VI' al *140 x I-' :'n 1 vve.,
i -.. !
sai.l name with i he It i k
irt of IV Florid
.Ml AM It VI SEN! '
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KOSHER MADE
Ground Beef
98c 2 lbs.
Ground Chuck
69c lb
Ground Steak
98c lb-
OUR OWN
KOSHER MADE
Pickled Steer
Tongues 59c lb
Corned Beef
69c ib
LEAN TRIMMED
Flanken
33c ib.
PRICES EFFECTIVE TIL June 7
FRESH
KOSHER MADE
PAN READY
ZION CUT-UP
CHICKEN
Breast whrbs
59c ib.
Leg or Thighs
59c ib.
Necks or Backs
19c ib
TIME SAVING- WORK SAVING- MONEY SAVING
ZION
KOSHER
POULTRY
THE
MARK OF
QUALITY^
SOLD EXCLUSIVELY
AT
FOOD FAIR
KOSHER MARKETS
Stultify
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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 SPECIALS
CUT AND WRAPPED
FOR THE FREEZER
AT NO EXTRA CHARGE
BROILERS
33c lb-
ROASTERS
39c ib.
(tit LBS. AND OVER) ^
of Beef
69c Ib
30-35 LB. AVO.
Beef Forequarters
49 b
150-175 LB. AVG.
Breast of Beef
89c ib
FRESH
KOSHER MADE
PAN READY
ZION KOSHER
POULTRY
BROILERS
49c >b
ROASTERS
49c ib
PULLETS
49c lb-
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Pago 10-A Jen is* flortdfor? Friday. May Gl, 1963 Schmier President Beth Torah Cong. Joseph Schmier. attorney, has been ...elected president of Beth Torah Congregation for l^^iM. succeeding Irving Seidel. Shmier came from Fresh Meadows. Long Island. N.Y., to North Miami Beach in 1959. He was one of the founders of the Fresh Meadows Jewish Center in Long Island, the Hebrew Academy of North Queens, Brooklyn Jewish Community Council, the Flatbush Jewish Community Council, Yeshiva of Flatbush. Yeshiva Ramban of Flatbush, Avenue N. Jewish Community Center, Young Israel of Flatbush. Young Israel of Brooklyn. He was also one of the founders and former chairman of the board of directors of Temple Adath Yeshurun of North Miami Beach. A member of the New York State, Florida State and Federal Bars of New York, Brooklyn and Florida, American Bar Assn.. Queens Bar Assn., and North Dade Bar Assn.. he was admittted to practice in the United States SuJOSIPH SCHMIIK promo Court and served during, World War II as Associate Mem-, ber of the Local Draft Board of Brooklyn. Officers and directors of the Congregation will be installed Friday night, following late services Thursday Heart Days Inaugurated by Local Association With Open House Parades Highlight July 4 Celebration Four parades, plus blazing fireworks and many additional features will hightlight the second annual July Fourth Patriotic Extravaganza, to be held this year at Tropical Park Race Track. Activities begin at 2 p.m. with children's rides and contests. They continue until 7:45 p.m. when the four big parades start. Costumed performers will depict American eras such as Colonial Times, Covered Wagon Days, The Roaring Twenties and The Lehrman to Address Beach High Service Annual baccalaureate service of the 1963 class of Miami Beach, Senior High will be held on Sat-! urday morning, 10:15 a.m. at Tem-i pie Emanu-EI. Dr. Irving Lehrman will ad-i dress the group and Steve Moore, principal of the school, will extend greetings. Participating in the ceremony will be Robert If. Flamm. senior class president, and Marcia S. I Cohen, class secretary. Space Age. Participating will be! For information or tickets conmilitary units, the University of j tact the Arthritis Foundation, sponMiami Band and chorus and other] sor of the celebration, at 1206 groups Hunttington Medical Bld^ Su • Starting June 6. every Thursday will be Heart Day in Dade County, inaugurated by the Heart Asso-, ciation of Greater Miami to ac-. quaint the public with the Assoj ciation's year-round p r o g r a m. i staffed mainly by volunteers, of j research, education and community service. The heart office, located on the Trail at 253 SW 8th St., will hold open house on June 6 from 2 to 4 p.m., and may be visited every j Thursday thereafter. Over 1200 volunteers have beenj invited to a "Thank You Coffee*' > by the Assocation. to be held on Saturday, June 8. from 2 to 4 p.m.,; in the Jordan Marsh Auditorium. I Dr. Francisco A. Hernandez, president of the group during the Heart Fund drive will present awards for the 1963 Heart Sunday) Drive. Dr. Milton E. Lesser, I newly installed president, will; present the welcome address. Others who will greet the volunteers are Mrs. Alvin Savage, newly elected chairman of the board, who served as chairman' of the Heart Sunday Drive in Miami Beach; Mrs. Leo Rose, Miami 'Beach co-chairman. Mrs. Chester Loiter, co-chairman Miami Heart Sunday Drive. The following Dade County High School students are winners in the summer scholarship program sponsored by the Association: Stanley Berman, Patricia Twitchell, North Miami High; Laura Buslow. Harry Roisman, Miami High; Linda Skidell, Miami Beach High; Mark Sherouse, Caroline Nicholson, Miami Edison; Mary Ellis, Richard Friedman, of Palmetto High, and Gloria Doubrava! of Hialeah High. The students will be assigned to I research laboratories this summer] for a 10-week period, and will be; given $300. Dr. Milton E. Lesser is president. Dr. Smith Chairs Final Meeting of Dental Society Final dinner meeting of the season for Miami Beach Dental So ciety was held Monday evening at Chandler's. Following the business agenda and election of officers, Jimmy Grippo gave a demonstration lecture on "Hyposis and Extrasensory Perception." ****** *)->• a-* > &f -*• %  ** ******** %  **** ***** June 4th is the day to Pull Lever 16A M. WILLIAM SMITH SMITTY for Councilman Bowling League Holds Banquet During the Beth David Bowling League annual banquet held in Snector Hall last Saturday night, the follow ing were elected to t serve for 1963-64: Jerome Adelman. president;: Manuel Lubel. vice president; 1 George Rachlin, treasurer; Benjamin Abrams, secretary; Mrs. Roy Mack, assistant-secretary. Members of the banquet commit tee were: Edward Syrop, chair-, man; Herbert Cashvan. Mr. and] Mrs. Leon Hoffman, Meyer Rob-j bins, Mrs. George Saluk, Norman] Sholk and Louis Seitlin. Highlight of the evening was] the awarding of plaques and troph-; ies to She following: Men's] League, first place team: Leon Bernard, 'aptain, Albert Grayson, j William Weintraub. Archie Men delson, Robert Kutner. Second place team. Louis Seitlin, captain, Samuel Ostrowsky, Albert Rosenthai, Bernard Amsterdam, Marshall Litvak. Third place team: Manuel Lubel, captain, Herman Boren, Arthur Hershbein, Gerald Weincr. Jerome Adelman. Fourth place team: Aaron Kravitz. captain, William Warshaw. Morris Atkins. Solomon Dresniik, Arthur Rosinek. Women's league, first place team: Mrs. George Saluk. captain. Mrs William Weintraub. Mrs. Morton Beigel. Mrs. Roy Mack. Second place team: Mrs. Louis Seitlin, captain, Mrs. Bernard Bloom, Mrs. Solomon Dresnick, Mrs. Herbert Frame. Mixed league: Mr. and Mrs. David Kossman, Daniel Jaffe and Mrs. Lilyan Brotman. I 1B^^ hd ^B ^ Lil £ %  \" ^^^H nBW "** ^^^i* v^^H C^ ft/ J Bja v ^dlivk^flfl *#-.. HSE^HQE 1 WOMEN FOR TURCHIN i" BACK "OPERATION WAKE-UP' Prominent Miomi Beech women are behind "Opera* Hon-Wake-Up," the plan set forth by City Council Candidate Robert L. "Bob" Turchin to sperk the fogging business economy of Miami Beech. Ladies are (seated)t Mrs. Irving Cowan, Mrs. Robert Blum, Mrs. John Porte. Standing is women's co-chairman Mrs. Max Bodermen. LOOK INTO YOUR FUTURE ELECT A MAN OF ACTION HYMAN LIEBERMAN THE MOVING t STORAGE h\M •Kami Stock City Council cmniidote Hymit liebermon fees he em i tee fronsperfofien easiness in Miami Beech 25 years Jf*' the family's *3 years in the seme business in Brooklyn, N.Y. The lieeermeas bm*t tour sons mni three daughters. • In 25 years his company Moved over 50,000 families to Florida, most of them to Dade County. Daring the last couple of years, tho ratio of those moving out of Dade County in proportion to those mowing into County is 5 to 1. Isn't it logical to elect a man who understands these problems and who eon solve them. • Miami Beach is entitled to the Worlds BEST Police Chief. • "When elected, I wont to revise the city Charter which has been in effect since 1915. Also, when bond issues are handed oat, I want to see that assessments don't run beyond tho 10* occess. For example, The Gord-n Club on Dade Boulevard was supposed to cost 150 thousand dollars and ended up costing 403 thousand. I want to change the parking meter system, raise the salary of the police, firemen and other city workers without a tax raise, expend promotion money in the right direction and inject a businessman's views in City Hall." PULL LEVER 9 A £ ITS GOOD BUSINESS TO PUT A BUSINESSMAN IN COUNCIL f) Vice-President— Zionist Organization of America # Director—Beth Jacob Synagogue # Member-Hebrew Academy # Leader in Jewish affairs # Experienced, successful businessman INTEGRITY ABOVE ALL Pd. POl A.lv.



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Page 2-A + Jew 1st FtcrMian Frickry, May 31. 1963, Shazar Inauguration Impressive Ceremony Continued from Page 1-A dress at the Knesset. President £hazar said that the essential first condition to overcoming Israel's internal and external dangers was "a meeting of hearts among us all." Paying tribute to Dr. Chaim Weizmann, Israel's first President, snd to Izhak Ben Zvi. Mr. Shazar's predecessor, he said the lesson of the period preceding the restoration of Israel was "eternally graven in our hearts,'" and that "no sacrifice is too heavy for our people to safeguard the peace, freedom and future of the State of Israel." "We cannot mitigate the pangs of Israel's redemption except by raising aloft the banner of love for Israel, by uprooting internecine hatred and erasing fana&f ieism, by fostering mutual respect and true tolerance," he declared. "I hope that peace would not be long delayed—peace with our neighbors and peace throughout the region," he said. "Our hand is outstretched for peace and the day will come when peace between the nations and the peoples will be established all over the world. We, within the limits of our strength and influence, will be among those who helped to prepare and establish it." Stressing that Israel was open to all the Jews of the world, he added, "we shall always remember that we still have a people all over the world, a people that is our bone and ilesh, a people subject to incitement in one corner and spiritual self-abasement in another, doomed to conformity and assimilation everywhere, either through lack of strength or lack of spirit, whether wittingly or unwittingly but nevertheless devoted to Israel's heritage and its hope for redemption." He said that "Israel was with the Jewish people in its trials and tribulations and we long with all our hearts to see its sons share in our struggles and our construe tive endeavors in Israel." Emphasizing that "like the best of states." Israel guarantees liberty and equality to all its citizens." he called for the fostering of every creative spark of talent and knowledge" and the gathering together of the "scattered sparks of Jewish genius." Rajakovic. Ex-Nazi, Turns Up in Munich quently. Rajakovic was placed i n charge of the deportation of j eWi from Holland. ,3 '""l Zomoro Picnic at Matheson Temple Zamora annual picnic at Matheson Hammock will begin at 10 a.m. on Sunday Sponsored by the Brotherhood, the days activities will feature baseball and football games as v ell as touch races for the young< r children. Members of the Temple and their families will be guests, and refreshments will be available at the picnic area Chairman of the day is Hilbert Leavitt. ^termites worfc all year-round MUNICH — (JTA> — Erich Raj akovic. a former SS officer accused of -Uw wartime deportation of 110,000 Jews from Holland to Na2i death camps, turned up in Munich after being expelled from Switzerland. He was ; promptly told by the Bavarian Government that his presence was undesirable Rajakovic, who previously fled from Italy to Switzerland, was expected to go to Austria. which recently deprived him of his Austrian nationality. Austrian j officials had already announced | that if he showed up in that coun! try. he would be put under police surveillance. He fled from Italy shortly before the Milan newspaper ear! ried a report on his Nazi background, charging that he had been a key aide of Adolf Eichmaim, the Gestapo official who was convicted and hanged in Israel last year for his role in the wartime murder of 6,000,000 European Jewish men, women and children. The one-time Eichmann aide, now a wealthy businessman, was found by Swiss police at his villa near Lugano and promptly arrested. He was forced to flee from Italy, it was reported, as a result of the efforts of Dr. Simon Veisenthal. chairman of the Vienna Jewish Documentation Center, who has dedicated his life to tracking down former Nazis. Austria revoked Rajakovic's Austrian nationality last January when rumors began to circulate about his Nazi past. The Dutch Government Institute for World War II Documentation sent a 16page report on Rajakovic's Nazi! past to the Austrian Government; which announced it was investigating the case. Dutch tempers were reported aroused at the possibility of Raja kovic being permitted his freedom. The Telegraff of Amsterdam said he had a major rule in the Nazi persecution of Jews and that the Dutch "could provide every bit of proof needed." Reports from The Netherlands indicated that Rajakovic had contacted Eichmann when the latter was In Austria in ltM to register Jews for spoliation. He was assigned to organixe the groundwork for eoncentrtaion camps in Nisko, Poland. In 1948 he was sent to Holland where he became an aide to Arthur Seyes-Inquart, the Reich Commissar'for Holland, who was later hanged by the Allies. Subse&£&e ewtee PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH Largest Selection in latest Styles for Men and Women Fin PARKING S.-ACr IN RIAI COKVtNltNT ro ttlSIS 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On the Mel/! Phone JE 8-0749 OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS Flllfl CONTACT UNSES The Israelite Center Hall \ AVAILABLE FOR SOCIAL FUNCTIONS I Air Conditioned -Newly Decorated) [Weddings • BarMitzvahs • Meetings! Ml 6-6645 HI 3-6480 HI 5 1529 Rooms Also Available EXCELLENT CANTOR choir leader. Bar Mitzvah teacher. College Conservatory Diplomas, available High Holidays or year. Best references. Permanent resident. Reasonable. CANTOR MARCHBEIN P.O. Box 452, Miami Beach, Fla. Phone 538-5852 TIME FOR A CHANGE IN CITY COUNCIL swr HYMAN GALBUT LEVER 3A To Represent You In City Council If you are dissatisfied with conditions in Miami Beach: Continuing Increases in Taxes, Continuing Decreases in Property Values, Continuing Decrease in Tourist Trade, Depressed Business Conditions, Secret Meetings, then You Agree with HYMAN GALBUT that IT IS TIME FOR A CHANGE IN COUNCIL. A Vote for Hyman Galbut is a Vote in the Right Direction III-III 1T MWBLXWM I. RICHARD 1 Of If C01JNCUMAN THIS IS MELVIN J. RICHARD • II Veers Your Councilman • 2 Veers Municipal Judge • Miami Beach Resident for 38 Veers • Married, Father of Two Sees • Alumnus, University of Florida • Oversees Navy Veteran • President, Optimist Club el Miomi Beech • Past President: N. Shore Ledqe, B'nai B'rith; M. B. Jaycees Biscayne Point Homeowner's Association o Charter Member, Miami Beach Elks Lodge • Member: American legion; V.F.W.; Crime Commission of Greater Miomi, Board of Temple Beth Shelem Men's Ctwh; State, County end City Bor Ass'ns.,Biscayne Democratic Clue; Feett'njhter's and Senior Citiiens' Clubs RICHARD Lever 11.4 EXPERIENCE INTEGRITY Now also in North Miami Beach... Pd !'..! \,H MEMOHI • f, # Jit "* '' The Sever Fineral HARM kas ymwti the Riverside fiwiy "< ,


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Friday. May 31, 1963 *Jfist)tk>ridr&n7 State JWV Plans For State Conclave Page 11-B i LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE ChairmanEmanucl Mandel has. To be held at the Deauville announced that rowstratioBs arc be Hotel on June 7. 8 and .0 .„"„' nounoai^trefistrations aje bedave will brtea ing accepted for the 17th annual from Tamp:!. convention of the Florida State Department Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. representatives St. Petersburg, Jacksonville and Orlando posts to join delegates of the many Dadc and Broward posts. Convention will begin with Friday nir-hl traditional service conducted by State Department Chaplain Maurice Weinman and National Deputy Chaplain Emanuel Mandel. Guest Cantor Joseph The 15th annual conference of Ma,ok wi chant the liturgy. the Brandeis University National Mayor of North Miami Beach. Women's Committee will be held Judge Arthur Snyder, will deliver Brandeis Women to Attend Conference on the Brandeis campus in Waltham. Mass., from Sunday, June 9. through Tuesday. June 11, it was announced by Mrs. Julian Burg, president of the Miami Chapter. • Delegates will be guests of the University at the 12th commencea sermon during the service. State Commanders cocktail party and banquet Saturday night will be the convention highlight j with County Commissioner : "Chuck" Hall the principal speaker. Sunday, June 9th. will be devotment exercises on June 9. Com-j e d to meetings concrning the V.A. menccment address will be deliv ered by McGeorge Bundy, Special Assistant to the President for National Security, who will receive an Honorary Degree. Throughoutt he program, delegates will meet in workshop sessions with national chairmen and officers to discuss Book Fund. program activtiies, and expanding membership drives to meet the; needs of the Brandeis University Library which the National Women's Committee supports. Hospital, J.W.C. Insurance Program. J.W.V. burial plan, national policy discussion and endorsement of National Judge Advocate Daniel Neal Heller as tional Commander. The convention will Sunday afternoon after lion of the 1963-64 state Oli Mrs. Penick Named Nursery Director New director of Temple Or Olom nursery-kindergarten school is Mrs. Saul Penick A resident Of Miami for the last 16 years. Mrs. Penick has been teaching at the pre-school level for eight years she is a graduate of the Howar I College in Belfast, North Ireland. Temple Or Olom. known formerly as the Coral Way Jewish Cen 'tcT. has increased the size of its nursery-kindergarten from three to four classrooms during this past three yean. Rubin Opens Osceofo Lake Inn In Hendersonville June 10 Located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Hendersonville, North Carolina. Joe Rubin's Osccola Lake inn will re-open on .lone Kith for its 23rd summer season, Featuring Jewish-American cuisine, the resort hotel will offer planned entertainment nightly inhiding dancing to the music oi .i live orchestra. All sports, ineluding golf at special cates, are pen to hotel guests and a filter FRAYDERMAN. Ml,I <';•!. • K I don KLEIN. \l Inn \v. FEIFFER. SI I'I PAVLOW. V • ii it r i e 3 II. "TV. -.7. ., ll %  ll v _';. s. Ainu, .li.-.i \1 Ml M Idl, .1 died Ma) 25, Ivia ,; if .1 Mnj West :. of Itlvi of llh l ll". Rlvi'-id. SCHWAMWURZEL. nt-njumln. r \ %  ,. ili< .| Ms. i -ii. BESKIN. Paul. : of 345 Meridian Vve., ill) M M*> -'H > l sldl THOMAS. lit herl 'dwnrd |llii \\V 6th l'l died Mnj 21, RlvZDCKER. Row Renter, 71. of :."l NE 172nd .-•I died Mn> 22, Rlversldelli ,, IFUHRMAN, Benjnmin, 71. of 1030 %  \ %  died Ma> -'1 Rlvi r-id. GLICKMAN. I KB belle Sophie, 38, of i r. i dii d May 21. Rlt i de-Beyer. SOLOMON. Prank B M ""' i.. nox Vve., dli %  May 20. Rlvi rslde. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 5761 M VRTTXnx. +m'N'.ui>n.rrM.\N and IIAKI i:s i: i ;i rTTLIEB. Plaintiffs, VS. I RANK C. BARKER, ROBERT I). LIAIIKKI! and JOHN (". BARKER, residual lew w under the bant will and Testament of MARY K. BARKER, ill eased; E, A. I'oTTKIt and NEI.I.IE IIEEBE, and If married their unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, gi gntees, assignees, Ilenors, creditors, trustees, or other claimants, claiming by, through, under or against them; ALL I'.NKNoW.N PARTIES AND CLAIMANTS, having or c-lalmtng any right, title or Intereat in or Hen u|H>n the proper*) Involved In this cause, l •• fondant-. NOTICE TO DEFEND TII: FRANK iBARKER, ROBERT I >. BARKER wild JOHN C. BARKER, residual legatees under the Last Will and Testament of MART E. BARKER, deceased; E. A. POTTER and NELLIE BEEBE, and if married, their unknown spouses, If alive, and If dead, all unknown heirs, device. %  legatees, grantees, assignees, II B, creditors, trustees, or other claimants, claiming by, through, und.r or against them; VLL INKNOWN PARTIES AND CLAIMANTS, having or claiming any right, title or Interest in or lien upon the property Involved in tiiicausi. RESIDENCE I'NKNoVVN. YOU AND EACH OF YOC, Hated Iabove, ar.hereby notified that MARnext Na-;TI\ KINK. PHILIP COLEMAN and CHARLES B. GOTTLIEB, have brought a Complaint against you to • iTii. i title t.i the following described property, situate, lying and being In Dade County, Florida, to-wit: Lot I", iii Rloek 1, of NORTH HIGHLAND, according to the rial thereof, recorded In Plat Book 7. at Page 31, of the Public Records ol Pad. County, Florida. VOL" ARE HEREBY required lo • %  •in Answer or oth< r defens \< pleading to said Complaint on PlaintiffH' Attorney, MANl'EL if l.-i2H MerldLIBEL, Mill Floor Dade Federal IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 5763 Itl.K V -S H -**, ** .\l I K I :i,t>-< *-*•-"• %  ~Plain tiff, \ %  JOSEPH MIKELONIS, I lefendant. ORDER TO APPEAR YOU, JOSEPH MIKELONI8, c/o General Delivery, Cleveland, Ohio, are hereby notified to servi a copj of your answer to a Complaint r..i Dlvorci filed against \,.u by: SHIRLEY JOAN MIKELONIS, 203 Calumel Bldg.i .Miami, Flu., and file th 'Iglnal with the Clerk of thls~Court on or before the i*t day of July, 1963, otherwise n it,. ree pro confesso will be i nt< red against you. Dated May 27, 1963. E. P.. I.K.VTHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court is. all By: C. P. i %  IRELAND i deputy • 'lei k 3 31, 6 7-11-^1 conclude the elecoificers. Building, Miami 32, Florida, and Hie the i i Iglnal of same In n fflce of ili>Clerk of the above styled Court, %  th) 2nd day ol July. 1*63; otherwise ihu allegations contained therein will be taken as confessed by % %  • %  !! and .. i %  • %  • • %  .Pro 'onfesso a .ll be %  :n. you ror the relief layed for In s.il.l Complaint. Dated M i) 27, i: IJ. l.i: VTHICRMAN, i 'it i'. of the ircuil I'ourt l T.TTT, i "ount). Florida %  • T By: K M. LYMAN, Deputj Clerk i 11, 6 7-1 1-21 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59421A IN RK: Estate ..f JOSEPH SCHWARTZ I %  ivasi i| 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 you ma) have against the estate of JOSEPH SCHWARTZ, deceased late of I lade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Bade County, and file th same in dupli att and as provided in Section 738.16 Florida Statutes, in their offices ii the County Courthouse In Dads County, Florida, within six calendai months from the time of the first publication hereof, or 111 same will Inbarred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 22nd day ol Ma*. A.I, : 16 I ROSE RERKOWITZ Executi ix First publication %  •! this nol the 24th day of Ma* 1963. SIMON, HAYS ,v (IRl'NDWERa Attorne) > for F2xi i utrlx 301 Alnsley ilullding Miami 32, Florida :. 24-31, 6 7-1 I 11. F'l i.al Answi i i i'i. rk ,.ib. ton i %  I T.I l t< ill will In -wimmini: pool and wading pool i LEGAL NOTICE IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 5652 RENJ VMIN K. 11 KM LEY, Plaintiff, TIIELM \ RfTH IIBN'DLET, Defend int. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: THELMA IM'TII HENDLE1 IH ll< olf Road lll\ ersidi i .Tinit Ttietit \ i, THEI.M \ T: i ill HENDLEY, me In it I.nollfli •! thai n Hill f n in for I 'i* has bt en riled igainsi you, and you required to ., i x. :, ,.;.\ of ^ our Answer or Pleading t" tinBill "f Complaint on ;i„. I'lnlnl Hi' %  ni y, ST< 'LAR & \n fiivii'K. ::•' Tut Street, Miami rlda, and rile the i • ding In the office ,,i the Circuit Court on Ird dav ..f July. 1963. .1,, s... Judgment by detaki TI against > "TI foi nanded in the Bill of are on the premises. To entertain the small try the hotel provides the Little Chiefs. Children's Day amp. For brochure and 'early bird" pecial rates inquiries may be >li tiled to Sin Rubin at Osceola ke Inn. 8.T. ; in THE DONE i shall be publlshi ii once %  iveekl .11 w ISH I l.oRIDIAN. VXD RI 'FIRE! I al Mil ird da) 01 Mi • %  A.D i: II I.I: \ "iii'K.MAN. II I i, i 'ounl i Florid t ll; K. M l.VM \N jtj iterk -ll-'Jl NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni.Tli'K %  ii.-..s iiieit r Ih rwMiM %  .'' F:EN Highway. Intends iifled, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are) • source of very real comfort to alL i to engage fictitious name at I..S. I'M' to register with the Clerk ..f the Clrcull ,., 11,,,i. i %  „ (• %  Ida. I i: rH V III il>RIGt'EZ .• owner :. 31 6/1 NOT'CE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW XITICK IS HF:RF:BY QIVEN that llir mi.i. %  a i. di irln to • ngs ti In l.usifn -s iiii.lt T the Hi tiiit.ns n.un. ft KMii i |'ROl>lCTS OF' SOI I II FLORID \ i :3on s F:. isi PIBI MIFlot iila Intends t" ri glsti r said with the I li I. Of i he 'IL no ,,, i >ade Count*. Floi Ids ii. LOTTF:RMAN rSF-OROE HILHERT Attornv> for F2m*o Products of South Florida One l.in.. .IT. Road Bldg. Miami !••• %  '. h % % %  '. Flo Ida _^ g IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 5753 DEXTER P DANIELS, .a man, Plaintiff, VI VRY i:\III.V SMITH, a k a KM I L"i SMITH, rormerly the wife of THOMAS SMITH, and -, her husband, If married; VIVIAN" MARTIN, a single woman and MAl'RICE B. \\ II.I.IAMS. I >.ft ndants. NOTICE TO DEFEND OR ORDER OF PUBLICATION — SUIT FOR FORECLOSURE I'I M VRY i:\III.V SMITH a k i EMILY SMITH, rnrinerl* the wife ol THOMAS SMITH and her husband, if married (Residence I'nknown) ami all unknown parties claiming anj Interest by, through, under or against each or either *f the above named pnrth s ho malie .it .ii ..r are not know n t.. bt tb ad or alive, Vi.r. \\'l> EACH i"'" vm'. are thai n Complaint for Foreclosure of Mortgage has been fll, ,l uga Insi you, and j ou are required in serve ti cop*, of your Answer or ; s t., the Complalnl on the Plainlifl • Vttorm ys. KICSSLER & Hi i] T/I \. %  l li %  ki il \i %  mi... Miami %  •_'. Floi Ida, and file the original AnsPleading In Ihe offlt I the T li rk of Ihi r u I Com I ci before July I. '.'"'' if v,,| i fall to T .1, I.i lit u ill I..taken against v.-n roi the relief demanded IT ii,. i 'on In Int. The 'i%  • %  %  %  i %  %  '' • '!" '1 •\ |.T ... IT .1. .1 against Is: Lol l"t. :.. of BROAD.Mi %  >H 'H M IR, ding i" th, pi ii iii. ri of, II %  Hook .". .ii I'agi -". ,f i: i %  •:. %  of 11 .ihrit notice shall be pull I men wi rk fn % %  "<' com %  cul i % %  wei ks ,, the JEV ISH FL( 1R1D1 i\ DoNE \M' ORDERED al Miami, hadi County, Florida, this 24th day of May, A.D 191 i: B. LEATHER MAN. i'lerk if tin 'Ircuil Com t l tail, i "ountj. Ii" Ida 18, „|| |:y: iP COPELAND I leput) i h i k .'. ll, 6 7-14-21 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 59451-B III Re: EST VTE OF I'.KAKNIT'I: ALLEN I leeeasiil 'I'n All Creditors ..ml All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Ymi and each > ou, are he • hj notified and i e|tili • •! to presi nt an] claims and demands which you, oi either of you, mnj have against the estate of BEARNICE ALLEN di ceasi .i I.iiiof i >ade "ounty, Florida, to tlie Honorable Count) Judges o iTa.itCounty, and file the same in their offices in the Count) Courthousi :n Dade County, Florida, within si\ calendar months from the date of t''e rirsl publication hereof, Said claim*, or demands I.T [*ontain the legal address of the claimant and t.. hisworn in ami presented as aforesaid, or sum will be bat Dated May ;'lst. A.D IMS. POINSETTA BRADSHAW As Executrix of the Last Will ai d Testament of HEAHNICE ALLEN 1 deceased. BEN ESSEN, Esq. \ t IT. rut \ for F2xi I'Ul l K mil Seybuld Bldg., .Miami ::•.'. l-'la. .'. :i". 8'7-H IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCU'T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 63C 5586 rwt: w 11. i"/A*ffsfn m; IT*** SAYINGS HANK. riHintltf, vs. ARTHCR CHAMBERS, a Blngli I lefendant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Arthur Chambers, a Blngli 71 w. 43th Street New York City, New York You are hereb) notified that It bove capUoned action has been In %  tituted against you In the Clreu Court of the Eleventh Judicial Clt .-Tit of Florida In and for Dadi l ty to t it.-a mortgage upon th following described real property: I-.! :i Bl.-k 12, SCOTT LAKE MANOR, SECTION TWO, accoi tit the I'lai thereof, as recorded i Plat Book 10 Page 58 of the Publi Records of Dade County, Florid: together with the following items i property which are located in an permanently Installed as a part i the Improvement* on said land: Electric Suburban Oven, Model N8.14, Si-rial No. 71X114: l Blectri Siiburban Range, Model 34. Perl: No. R442C; i riaa Utility Centn Heat. Modi-I No. B-Tn. no teris number; i Nutone Kitchen F^xhau.I'an with Hood. You are required to file your gl --'• r to plaintiff's complaint with tl i'lerk of the aforesaid Court, ant serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff attorney MART IN l'l NIC. 14th Fl< Dade Federal Bldg., Miami :!:'. Flor Ida. not later than -I i I 11 84, 1113, < a Decree Pro Confesso will be sntei eii against you. Dated: May -.'l-t. 1981 E. B. LEATMERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Coui t (seal) lt\ %  : K. M LYMAN Di pnty Clerk MARTIN PINE Vttorney for Plnintiff 111li 1 ioor 11...*,Federal Bldg. Miami 12, Florida ". 1 1 NOTICE UNDER" FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tha undersigned, desiring to eagag a business under the fictitious nam if STATE INVESTIGATION ::i: VI' at 8121 N.W. 7th Av< nu< VIli 1. I la TH. mito registi -aiai.I.with the Clerk of the • Dadi I'ountj Fin i-i.i. Fl'RNITl'RE SI'PERMARKET IN" ni MIAMI I:Paul Ka'/., I 'l i si,i, nt Myers, Hi ilan & Cats S.W. 1st Street, M'aml :. 24, 11, of June, 1963, "ill appl I., the I Itmornble County Judgi i Dade County. Florida, for approval i I said Final Report and tor dlstrlhutio ami final discharge as Admlnlsl iif the estate of the above-named .1 ..il.nr. This l.lili da) .a Maj fll VRLF'S F. Kl'NKLE s.W'l IRD M SH ICDLIN VttOI in > %  2 :\ S, m ity Tr 1-: Bldg. Miami, Florida %  24-81, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HERF:BY GIVEN thai the undersigned, di siring to ei rin buslnesi • the fictitious name of FERMAN .\ CO nt 1104 Alnsley Building, Miami, Florida, intend to 'Mi S< "HCLBERi i VLAN M SCHCLBERG li, •/'•] 1-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that i desiring to %  mdei thi flctltli of CHF'CKBH VAN A KTORAGF2 CO. lN.il Ith CI., Miami, I %  %  ii i.i name with the • thi %  'li 'i i '"iri "i i adi Count). Floi Ida. i H MARTIN .<.'!.• i iwngr .. 31, 8 7-1 l-Jl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is IH:I:I:I'.Y GIVEN thai 11.. undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PARADISE TENNIS OI FLORIDA at 21.1 N.I-:. 2nd AM-.. Miami. I la Inti mis to register said name "h the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JERi ME KIMB VLL Sole owner 5 24, 81, %  T, 1 l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai ib. nndei signi d, di sh Ing to i in business undi i Itlous nam* of M M.KI'.lin KI-: M.'I'V CO., at 2490 \v. -t Ith i"t Hiii' ah, l-'la.. to register said name -s i %  11 thi of the Circuit Coui ; of I *adi I' i lo Ida, ANDREW M VI. VTESTA, Jr r.i:\'.l WIN \l M VTESTA, I'M I. M VL VTESTA, minis VNGELO \ M.I Al i.'i lo > f*r OM nei s 31, 6,7, I NOT.CE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 59442-A In Re: ROTATE OK s Wll KI. NL'SSBAl'M Dei • -I r.i MI Creditors and All Persons Ha* i lalraa or i M mande Against Sa Estate: You and in b "I S OU ar %  lit it I notlfii .1 and reqtilt • '1 : %  presi nl ai ., ns ami dt i. HI. is H hlch S ou, i ma) ha t %  %  !--'. %  Insi il • -• iti "!' SAMl'EL M 'SSBAt' M di i i late of i 'ade i 'ounty, Flo to the Honorable Count) Judges Dade County, and file the same the Count) Courthou In Dade County, Florida, within mi.ir months from Ihe date ol ti i a -• publii atli n hen of. Said claln or demands to contain the li gal ai dn -of tinclalmanl and i" be swo t.i and present" d as afon -aid. or will I., barred. I tated Ms I lill.KX s. NI SSi'.Al'M \vdmlnlstratr \ of the Estate SAMl'EL N i .-si: VfM Deceased BEN RSSEN, Esq Attoi ni %  tor Administi ,-i i i\ ion Seybold Bldg., Miami :.', F1 i. j 24-81, •; 7NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERERY CIVKN th tha undersigned, desiring to angai in business under the rictltlous nan of KRAMER REALTY at :t:,0 69t si Miami Beach II, Fiorina, Intem t,, register said name with the Clei • .:' the Circuit Com i ..f 1 >ad Count: Florida. MITCHEL KRAMER i in in-r B, 17, 24, NOT'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS Hl.i:|-|:\ GD EN !, rslgni ii. desiring to • n_. -. under the flctltloui nan GIIE VTER I' VDE CI d'N'J'Y CRI Bl'RE VI' al *140 x I-' :'n 1 vve., i -.. !• sai.l name with i he • It i k irt of IV Florid .Ml AM IT VI SEN! | Ni • -.iiowni i" th %  .. 'DI M .'. %  • i. V,



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% jdcy. May 31. 1963 +J m k S& ftnridliftr) Page 11-A >vernor Bryant [jtes Florida Ties 1th Israel State 'K important part played by Isiness firms and investors from rida in the fast-growing econties with the State of Israel cited by Governor Karris Bryin a cable to the Americanel Chamber ot Commerce and lustry. The American-Israel Chamber, national organization headquared in New York, is now mark its tenth anniversary. I Extending his beat withes to \r. Narhn Straus III, president the chamber, Gov. Bryant iid the Chemher "is due warm ngratulation and high praise Id year* of great achieve "Florida," he said, "is J4 to have played an active in it." the ten-year period. U.S.tel economic ties have increasI four-fold. Two-way trade alone [now running at S215 million an %  fcadore Hechfs Piaster Kennel Illy, and the number of Ameri C | ub wlu „,„,„ ne fjrsl guromer is visiting Israel each year is I „,,,,., [„ jls 32-year history Saturiring the 100.000 mark. Amor( ay „j gh( with $15u .ooo in major ins invested S35 million m Is gtakes scheduled and approxiPopick Chairman Temple Reception Jack S. Popick has been appointed chairman of an Open House Reception, sponsored by ISADORE HKHT iog track presiHenf West Flagler Kennel Opens First Summer Meet Saturday Nite Installation Set For Rabbi Schiff Rabbi Soiomon Schiff, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth El. will be installed as president of Temple Emanu-EJ. to be held on the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Sunday. 4:30 to 6 p.m.. at the Miami on Monday night. The dinNorth Branch School Bldg.. 77th ner will be held at the Lombardy St. and Oickens Ave. 0 e Dr. Irving Lehrman will preOther officers to be installed: side at the ceremony and dediRabbi Herbert Baumgard, Terncate plaques in the new school pie Beth Am, vice president; Rabbuilding. Joseph M. Lipton is gi Eugene Labovitz, Temple Ner president of the Temple. Tamid, secretary; Rabbi Morris afambera wbo have donated plaGraff, Temple Israel, treasurer; '!!T "I'T M' 1 5S.1 "of -\'-^ Kau.-, n ku.i> J ... rand Mi"*. Bern Blank, Mr. and Kabbi Alfred Waxman. executive lira. Joseph Cohen, Mm. Max R, Covice tiresiripnt hen. Mr. and Mrs. Julea I', (.'banning, vict president. | Mr uid Mm. Artfeur leaner. Mr. and Plaques will be presented to reJJra. *"">• i rviMiiami. Mr. umi Mrs. tiring officers Solomon Schiff and r "" r 8 "" ni H ,, ,. ... Also Mrs s. Harvey Greenspan Max Upscmtz. | Mr. and Mrs. IkMnuel .1. Halpurln, Mi. installing officer will be Dr. fit ^un^T^Z' SSTUJS 'ISE Irving Lehrman. Rabbi Morton ** %  "*' **"•; %  *** Lame. Mr. and Malavsky is dinner chairman. JSSJA Union'' ''""""• "' ""'' B Rabbi Schiff will propose t**j 1 ^ I ^/&^ffi^%| establishment of a "civic actions! MoiaHky, Mr. and Mrs. ivn Kovack, committee." to serve as a liaison I*' 1 '; "."' M, .'r • •'•" gl '"i" ; h M r •''"' Mrs i.. •• turner, Mr. ami Mrs. Ueo JACK POPICK Beach Community Singers Miami Beach Community Singbetween the Jewish community I Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Hairj snkin, er s have just completed their and various branches of govern--""' >" "" 1 *" •>-;•>• feuad. 10(n season during which they ap ment-nat.onal. state, and local. ****** %  Pf** "le event peare(| a Comrn ^ nitv c nte r S are Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Mrs. Alex "This committee. Rabbi Schiff. andf r Koftan> Mr Max Bodprman explained, "will be to foster in creased interest and participation invested S35 million in 1 last year mately $500,000 in overall purses ,nc P art of the community in ime 200 major American comt„ „e distributed. ,ne 8 real heritage of representa ies are operatmg in Israel tive government." )ugh subsidiaries, branches or The stak?s P>*ram s the richQliM agreements. Businesses '-' '" sreyhnund racing history. investors from this area have ,op l H '' b > ,ho S2500 Summer n prominent in Israels hotel, 2K a '! d ,he annual ^'' er and building materials In ***&' International Classic. rie>. Niu features to be introduced to e Gpverr.or sent his message the greyhound sport at Flagler this the American-Israel Chamber season include Film Patrol, for ugh Max Orovitz of Miami guaranteed charting accuracy; a ch, a member of the Cham-'complete closed circuit TV operas National Board of Directors.' tion; and trackside boxes for fans who like their action closeup. I'mil Morton. Joseph Rose, George Talianotf. and Louis Spector. Mrs. Milton Smith is chairman of hostesses. on Miami Beach, Hollywood Bandshell, and on the Ted Mack Amateur Hour over television. Mrs Gertrude Cantor, Miami Beach, is in charge of personnel of the group. Katsmans Host New Hilton Party Greene Chief Medical Group a meeting of the Miami Obetical and Gynecological Soty held Thursday. May lfi. Dr. Jn N. Greene was elected prcstn for the coming year. resident ot Miami for 14 years. Greene previously practised [New York City. He is a gradle of the College of Physicians Dark since January, 1962, the First chartered members of the; building and planning committee i of the Tel Aviv Hilton Hotel, Mr.j and Mrs. Jack Katzman, hosted! a cocktail party in their Miami i Beach home on Thursday. May 16, to launch the luxury hotel. Guest speakers were Rehavam "Nation's Greyhound Showplace" I S. Adiel. development director, Iswill sparkle like new for its 19631 reel Hotels International, and debut. Jack Toppell, who discussed the ; significance of the hotel as an in-1 The entire plant has been com-, v gtment in lsraeVs growtn p etely re-decorated and refurbish... ... ; ed from entranceways to infield ^. Located at a cho.ee/ocat on m, and from grandstand to the air-; Tel Aviv, the hotel will be leased conditioned clubhouse with Us fM opmtol *• HP^JS plush Paddock Room Restaurant i Regional oft.ee has been opened and CocktaU Lounge. %  al 235 Lincoln R(l WE SALUTE THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS 15th ANNIVERSARY BRAGER & COMPANY, INC. SECURITIES UNDERWRITINGS 407 Lincoln Road Miami Beach JE 2-3348 STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS AND OTHER ISRAELI SECURITIES BOUGHT SOLD QUOTED New York Office 54 Wall Street And if pa-1 performances are a reliable criterion, a turnout apSurgeons ol Columbia I'niverproaching the Flagler and state n lord of 1-1.040 can be expected ormerly director of Obstetricfi r opening night—for Flagler Gynecolog) of the lit Sinai openings always have been ban-. pital of Greater Miami. Dr. ner. crowd-pulling events. BJM is also a Fellow of the Each of the tracks five biggest erican College of Surgeons and all time crowds have turned out i Diplomate of The American o n opening night and two of its rd of QNUIIlitl and Gynecoltop throe mutuel handles were ; recorded at openings. INSURANCE @ ONE STOP AGEN** JIWIIRY-PURS-MISCEIIANIOUJ ftOATIRS AUTOMOIILI LIABILITY A PHYSICAL DAMAI llwln ta ataat yor aaadl Tba Aaaacy raat CAN tor YISI Daa't M yaar a*t wy "It Cea't s. DaW GERMAN IHSUKAHCt AGENCY, INC IT NX 1st AVL n i-tin • i-4ew INDIAN RIVER ORANGES ANO PINK Ol WHTYE SEEDUSS GRAPEFRUIT $495 Delivered Anywhere U.S.A. Half Bushel MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY PILLED %  ONDtO-INSURED-GUARANTEED • 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 FREE ORANGE JUICE Wfc PACK EM RITE HtRt 8 A.M. TO 10 P.M. PAIU TWIN CITY GLASS CO. •RMANTHO MNNNMS STOtf PtONTS POtNITOtE TOPI ANTIQUE MIRRORS A RE SILVERING 4BT0 9LASS INSTALLED WHIU YOU WAIT 1 Rtraet, MR. 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Page 12-A IwUti n^rtdHmn Friday. May 31. 1963C **-\ Federation Meeting Honors Founders, Past Presidents in Anniversary Tribute Over 450 members op the Jewish community joined in commem rating the 23th anniversary of Federation at the silver anniversary annual meeting last Sunday ..i the Seville Hot. 1 Leon Kaplan was chairman of TJie evening. A candle lighting emony honored the founders ..nd pa>' presidents of the l ration. Dr. Irving Lehrman coneted the ceremony winch honored Jack August; Sam Blank, iounder and past president; Leo Eisenstein. Morris B. Frank. J. Gerald Lewis. Joseph Lipton, Har r\ Markowitz, Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Stanley C. Myers, founder and past president, and E. Albert Pallot. Leo Robinson and Harry Zuckerniek. Other past presidents that were honored included Max Orovitz, Howard Kane, Dan B. Ruskin. Monte Selig. Sam J. Heiman, Jacob Sher, William D. Singer. Carl Weinkle, Aaron M. Kanner and A. J. Harris. Lewis H. Weinstein, past president and life trustee of Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Boston, was guest speaker. He spoke of the years 1938-39 when the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and 39 other Federations were founded throughout the country, and the challenge that existed tl.en and still does in helping Israel and Jewish families overseas ind to meet health and welfare needs of the local community. Mr. Weinstein said that the Hebrew Academy Introduces New Special Program A special program for junior h.^h school students with no previous Hebrew education is being introduced in the September seer "i the Hebrew Academy Ol Greater Miami. Rabbi Alexan'•r S Gross, principal, has aninced. Registration is now open for the lerated, integrated, 5 day-; i Hebrew program which will include study in Torah, prophets, h history, language and lit Mishna, ': and commentarh s, To ible, students must completed six years of elementary .school, and arc required t.> pass an entrance examination, Scholarships will be available for the new program based on financial need and scholastic ability. Miami Conservatory Presents Honor Students in Recital Miami Conservatory presented honor students of the year in a rectial last Saturday evening in the concert hall, at 2973 Coral Way. Those receiving honor certificates were: Karen Baskin, Maury Baskin, Karen Barlar, Richard Bell, Robert Bonner, Tania Cox, Stanton Gandy, Nancy Hurley, Stephanie Miller, Bruce Oelker, Fred Reck, Linda Skidell, Steven Steinberg, and Michael Sturgulew eki. Miami community possessed Jewish and communal leadership of the highest quality, men who have : marie their mark in local institu, tions. in other cities, and in nai tional organizations. By Joining their fores with Federation, I look forward to an outstanding ; growth to meet the population explosion and the demands of the next 25 years m Miami." Sidney Lefcourt was reelected for his second term as president and in his acceptance speech not ed that the 25th Anniversary was a time for going forward by the Federation in service to the Greater Miami community and to Jewish families throughout the world. "We can be proud of our past achievements." he said, "but the I time to meet the growing needs i of our city and our rapidly changing world is the present anniversary. We must plan for the fu-. ( ture of our children and our families by providing them with the, j most modern facilities, programs and service necessary to protect the welfare of all from the very' young to the aged," he added. Sidney D. Ansin. chairman of the nominating committee, anDOUBCed election of the following officers in addition to Lefcourt: Samuel N. Friedland. honorary | president; Judge Irving Cypen. Leon Kaplan. Joseph M. Lipton,' Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Harold Thurman, vice presidents; Ernest Janis, treasurer; Leonard Abess, associate treasurer; David P. Catsman, secretary; Jack D. Gor-I don, associate secretar\ Trustees are Sam Blank, chairman. Ben Bk:m. Leo C'haiken. Sam A. Goldstein, Sam Kipr.i.-. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, A. J. Molasky, David Phillips, Joseph Rose. Hariv Sirkin. Mrs Samuel Sinioiiholf and Mrs. Carl Weinkle A replica of the status of Isaiah was presented to Ernest Jams, 1963 co-chairman of the campaign, for services to the Combined Jew ish Appeal, along with the United Jewish Appeal 25th Anniver.-ar> medallion. A medallion was also presented to Joseph M. Lipton. chairman of the community's L'JA 25th anniversary celebrtalon and to Sam Blank, national campaign el member of I'JA. Mrs. Inez Kren-ky. chairman of the Women's Division received a special award for leadership in the silver anniversary year, as did Mrs Jack A Ablin, Federation of Jewish Women's vice president. Kaplan introduced the show "Fe eration Coloring Book.'' which detailed a quarter century of Federation in story and in song. Mrs. Aaron Farr was narrator. Rabbi Leon Kronish presented a' community tribute and a memorial observance to the passing of Itzhak Ben-Zvi, President of the State of, Israel. Three prominent leaders at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation annual meeting (left to right) are Sidney Lefcourt. president, reelected to a second term at the meeting; Lewis Weinstein, of Boston, guest speaker; and Leon Kaplan, chairman of the 25th anniversary event. ^^^^^_ Washington Federal Will Redeem Bonds Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami Beach will redeem Israeli bonds as a customer service, the savings organization has announced. Washington Federal vice president, Abraham H. Grunhut. negotiated the arrangement with the Israel Bond office. The bonds, for the purpose of helping to build the State of Israel, were issued 12 years ago and began to mature on May 1st this year. As they became redeemable bond-holders may now obtain the necessary redemption forms at all branch offices of Washington Federal. Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all. MIAMI S fXClUSIVf Jf*lbH Cl^WtR* xmrMF/Fi/i A-.O COMMUNITY MAUSOlFltM MO 1-7693 Rabbi Schiff on Channel 10 Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth El, and president of the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami, will be host on "Jewish Worship Hour," Friday, May 31, 8:45 a.m., on ch. 10, WLBY-TV. His topic will be: "The Ten Commandments." ^jorcion jritneral RELIGIOUS STORE $ ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUES SCHOOLS — HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVE.. M.B. JE 1-7722 S. Schwartz Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues. Schools A Private Use 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE 8-3840 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale I Retail ISRAELI GIFTS AND NOVELTIES 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 y v/^ *••• OAOK IOULIVASO MIAMI IIACH, FLOSIOA JtmssoN a-ssa tAMRIB •. BLrjBEBCS • !" 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?age 8-B +Jmisti tier letter Friday, May 31. 1963 Nineteen Political Aspirants Seek Four Seats on Beach Council Continued from Page 5-B it the expansion of public .eanfront bathing facilities, more 'net parking and other addI. recreation tteilities will mat i ially aid in bringing more tour.s to Miami Beach for longer nods, particularly those who r>t rooms and apartments in offach hotels and rooming nausea, osis Association and United KiMtdra•^HTk-Ladv" at Ht. Sinai Hospital an.I B member of the Miami Beach Welfare Department Advisory Board. Revy Wikler Asks Woman's Viewpoint 1962 "Woman of tne Year" Mrs. %  vy Balki u Wikler (an award i hich was destowed by the Mi lit Beach B'nai B'rith) is windig up her campaign for Miami ach City Councilman. An active civic and organization 1 orker, Revy is the mother of .nee children and the wife of Dr. • mor. J Wikler. The family rele at 611 86th St. Mrs. Wikler. additon to her local activities is photographer and columnist. 'A woman's viewpoint is needed .1 the council in matters relating welfare, health, traffic, and creation facilities." stated the ndidate. who is the recipient of tations from the Multiple SclerSmith Asks for Pension Program M. William "Smitty" Smith, cjirdidate for city council, stated, "every citizen should vote yes' on the question which calls for the creation of a pension and retirement system for employees of the City of Miami Beach, and for providing insurance for death resulting from service-connected injuries." He also urged a favorable vote i on the proposed ordinance which would in effect raise salaries for the police and fire departments, j CONTINENTAL DINING ROOM Miami! Only "Shomer Shabboi" -MM RESTAURANT 8393 BIRO RD., Miami 22*1744 I CONTINENTAL^ V C ATERE R S ^. 1)1) till III! Hi TEUA40NC 2M IM4 j dF Lieberman in First Public Office Bid Making his first bid for a seat on the Miami Beach City Council is Mr. Hyman Lieberman, 63-yearold trucking executive, formerly of Brooklyn. N. Y. He is president o f M. Lieberman & Sons. In tribute to the growth of the State of Israel. Hyman Galbut (left) Greater Miami civic leader, presents a 515,000 check for purchase of Israel Bonds to Adin Talbar. emissary of the State of Israel. Purchase was made on behalf of the Greater Miami Mt. Sinai Cemetery Assn., of which Galbut is vice president, in addition to serving as Israel Bonds chairman for Greater Miami Cemetery Associations. Presentation took place at the Israel Independence Day dinner celebrating the State of Israel's 15th year of independence. CRYSTAL ROOM LOMBARDY HOTEL DINING ROOM OPEN TO T^E PUBLIC Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision. Maahgiach on Premiaei Catering ill the Crystal Room or Place of Tour Choice s IYI#-I;M. STRICTLY KOSHER CATERERS UN 6-6226 "•e Malek (center) seeking election to the Miami Beach City Council, .is pictured above flanked by his South Shore campaign manager, Philip Weiss, civic leader and owner of the Royal Hungarian Kosher Caterers, and on the right, Jack 3iment who is assisting Weiss in the campaign on the lower 3each. An attorney, Malek is a graduate of Brandeis Fine ^rts Institute and last year was selected by the Voice of America to record programs for Europe and behind the Iron Curtain. Malek is a member ofthe Miami Beach Optimists, Knights of Pythias, Loyal Order of Moose, Miami Beach Elks, and has received citations for service from the Zionist Organxation of America, Hadassah, United Fund of Dade County, and Jewish National Fund. < > **> OH THE FABULOUS STARLIGHT RO AMERICA'S SMARTEST SUPPER CLUB FEATURING FOR BIHKER-DAHC1RG MAT, MALKTN CIS PIAHO AND HIS ORCHESTRA VISIT THE STARLIGHT BAR FOR A SPECTACULAR VIEW Writer In the Swinging tXLKWlk LOUrjGfi tiuil trentfndout musical group • a "THE INTERLUDES" plus CflICO "The laughing Cuban"... and his orchestra DORAL BEACH HOTEL ON THE OCEAN AT 48th STREET RESERVATIONS: BENNI JE 2-3600 .TN'f.t Mr. Lieberman has lived in this area for the past 25 years and resides with his wife and seven children at 3401 Prairie Ave. He is a member ot the Elks. Moose. Knights of Pythias, Optimists and Civic League. Among his campaign pledges are the revision of the City Charter. Changing the parking meter By stem, raising the salaries of the police, firemen and other citj workers without a tax raise, and "injecting a businessman's views in City Hall." FRIDAY, SATURDAY. SUNDAY DINE ike (Golden 3fcey DINNER FROM 5 : TO 9 SUPPER AND DANCING OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Westbrooke C A1-8000 8500 ON THE TRAIL Mlnutmt from ovmrywlimrm ...Ju*t oft thm Pmlmotlo KING ARTHURS COURT SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Doer Rwn • TU 8-4521 ART BtUNS. Co-Owner THE LERNERS Iitobllshed tn 1t4S WORLD RENOWNED] CabtM JE I 3987 PARKING MIAMI FACILITIES BEACH FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. f^esfaurant DINNERS SERVED DAILY HERMAN'S i i BIG PORTERHOUSE j j "KIA1i OF STEAKS" \ DINING AT ITS BEST! | Catering to Weddings, Bar Mirzvahs, and All So


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.i Friday. May 31. 1963 fJenist) ncrkUar Page 3-A JOSfPH COHIN Education Bureau Reelects Cohen i > Joseph Cohen was rcelected i dent of the Bureau of Jewli Kducation for 1963-64. Leon Ell and Judge Fred N. !arad were elected vice presi ents; Al Sherman, secretary; kielvyn B. Frumkes, treasurer. Pasl presidents Of the Bureau "c -li.de Louis Heimiin. Mux III IsBenjamin Meyers, Mrs. Matilda atner. Meyer A. Baskin, is honorary resident; Harold Thurman, Harj Simonhoff, Mrs. Joseph Dun%  v. Mrs. Louis Glasser and Leo Inbinson, honorary vice presients. Workshop, Music Features Annual Cantor's Conclave Two evening programs including premiere performances will be presented by the American Conference of Cantors as part of its 10th annual convention, to be held this year at the Barcelona Hotel. First of the programs. New Horiions of Music for the Synagogue and the Community, will be presented at Temple Israel on Monday evening June 10. 9 p.m. A program of concert classics, music for the Synagogue compose.i in Israel, a Torah Service by a former Miamian, Robert Strassburg. and a wedding service by composer. Max Helfman, will be performed. On Tuesday evening, June 11, "Isaac Levi," a music-drama in English, by Frederick Piket and Raymond Smolover will have Us Florida premiere at Temple Beth Station. Isaac Levi."' commissioned by the Opera Theatre of Westchcster, will feature two local artists, Miss Salwa Mernge and Miss Joyce Farber. Workshop." "New Developments convention will include "New Approaches to Religious Ritual and Workship," • New Developments in Vocal Pedagogy," "Jewish Mu< Ic Festival of 1963." and The Evolving Image of the American Cantor." Going over score of "Isaac Levi," second program to be offered during the 10th annual convention of American Conference of Cantors on Tuesday, June 11, at Beth Sholom. Left to right are Cantor David Conviser, of Temple Beth Sholom, Joyce Farber and Salwa Merrige. Dr. Flipse is Guest Speaker Dr. M. Eugene Flipse. Professor and Chairman of the Department


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, Friday, May 31. 1963 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE ts HCREHY QIVKN that undesigned, dead ing t,, engage in busine-under the fictitious name ... KAMI R-JAY CO., (not in.-.) at l"l Sevens Avnitc, CiHal Ma Ides, Florida, !-•• nii> to rcgistci nId name vnli th.> < l.-ik of the Circuit Court I iadc v*nnt \. Florida Al. S.'HIFK .;i:iilic ', A MRS 4 BITTER lir.il 8.W. I irst Street Miami 3; Florida l-.y: ME' V N I.. A.MES Attorneys : % %  Applicant •"•IT. ?>. |L R 7 +Jmlst>ncr*fton Page IS-A dmiw BY HENRY LEONARD 71 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORID*. 'N OROBATE No. 59503B IN RE; • • to of Mi:i.e-.N ic. IIIC.OINI:OTHAM Dece. • I NCT.CE TO CREDITORS All Creditors nod AM Persons RavTo %  I Batata: You a-* quired to manda ihsail i'i I lemanda Against Said hereby notified and ru%  -.•in anv claims and deli >..ii may have again*! of HELEN u. HKKIINRoTHAM ....eased late of Bade County, Florida, to tha County Judges of Had.Oouaty, and file the name In duplicate ..n.l as provided in Section : 16, r oMda Statute*, In ih.-ir ,,iiir.s in -toCounty Courthouse In > IHde • • Florida, within .six calendar month* from the time of the iir-i publication hereof, or the tami ill I.. : .1 tinted at Miami. Florida: th|. Knd da> ol • A.I' IMS i 'I'HI.AS HOFFMAN As Executor IIARR1 ZUKERNICK Aiiorii.Executor Rd. a .Miami Beai li F|a I S*-si, •; ;-n IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 45042A N I:K -at.„r M M. Cl IHEN I .i •. .-,1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Ihereby given that we B iii n Final Report and ivti•ii for Distribution ami Final DIsh.re. ;.Co-RKecutors of tha estate i M. M. roHKN, deceased, and thai on ii. 1H--I da> oi June. IMS, will apply u> thHonorable County Judge* "i liatie i "111111. Florida, for approval of sajd Final Report and for rtlsti %  I II I lot) a:.d final discharge as Co. I \. i-iltoi-s of the estate of th.abovenamed %  cd.iit. This luth da i ..i May, 1963. fv.lAMf I1EACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK I'.y Dennis P, ('linn f .YMOIE .i. SI.MO.N SBVMOl %  : .1. SIMON. Attorney :-"i Ain-l. Building Miami :,.. Florida 5 i. 17, SI, SI "Oh, they're celebrating my Bar-Mitzvah." Copr. 1963. Osyinu Frsducttom LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COlNTV. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 3932 HE U LLIAMKIM'Rtill WIN I S BANK :iiff. •. p l>. Mi >RG \\ .1 u\, al %  • T1.1 ml NOTICE OF SUIT 'I IRO I' Mi 'KUAN and S Mi up; AN Ins wife, ,;, : : vi: I'NKNoWN If 1 II d< d, tha unknow n nviaeea, gi antei s, an -in< • ii. ii. i editors, ti us • "ih.claimants claimi •. through, under "i Ml lllt the ubove named deU nil Von ara bereb) notified that tha '• captloned action has been In'iH.'l -salnst you in the Circuit in i of tha Eleventh Judicial ClrI of Florida in and for Dude Counts. toi..-lose a Inortirau.UDbn U' %  "Wowing described teal property: "i IC, in block 6K. <-f FIRST Al''I I lo.S TO CAROL. CITY, a.• rding to the I'lat thereof, reinrdaal In Mat Book 60 at Pag* i' "f the I'ul.lle Records of Had1 'Unt>. i-lorida. 1 II ara. required m file your an;' -r to i.'.. intirr .e.niiplulnt with tha • rk of -he aloresaid CoWt, and 'erve a copy thereof upon plamtiii's attorney, MARTIN FINK. 14th Fliw.r ''"I' FVderal Rule.. Miami It, Flor1 %  ter than June 12th. IMS, or • •• ."ro Confeaao will be nt.ryou. I'VTBP: May L'. 1M3. B It. l.KATHKR.MAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By: r. p. COI-KI.AND H. II:III Clerk v M:TIN HNI: rne> i,.r flaititiff Htli ri,>..r i>.,.ie Federal BMg. Florida '. in. IT. S4, :-.l NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUr-TY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 5354 PHYLLIS NEWMAN, Plaintiff. Vs. KEITH E. NEWMAN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tn KKITH K. NKWMAN P. O. Box US Btanton, California You are hereb) notified that a liill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed agalnal yon. and yon arc required to nerve a copy of your Answer • •I Pleading to the Bill of Complaint mi the plaintiff's Attorney, Qeorga A i.i'ltrh'n, '2'2'.\ AraKon A vend.*, Coral Uabl.s, Fla.. and file th. original Answer or Pleading in th.' office of the Clerk of th.Circuit Court on or hefore the nth day "I .Inn.-. LM3. If you fail to do so. j1111.;in. 111 by d.-faull \\il! be taken agalnal you for the relief, demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall !*• pubilahed on<*e eaeh week f"i four conaecutlve weeks In THE JEWISH I'l.oltiHi.w. 1M.NI: AM' ORHERKP at .Miami. Florida, tlii16th da) "( May, A.D. 196 : i: n LEATHERMAN, Clerk, I'I n .a Court, I'a.i.County, Florida (seal) 11} K M I.V.MAX, I '. IIUI ( 'lil u tlFZORflE \ O'BRIEN !S : AI.IL: .II A\ • Hi i .I.I < ..'.:. i-1" Idii MI..I III i I'..I I'll •. J i '. • %  • : %  11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION c, e. HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE •7 VENT H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF t-LORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 4820 %  '•VINE .li.NKS. lalatttf, ;!:| i r' i, JONES. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE IOJI are hereby notified that a nill j "niplatnt for Drroroa has been ,'' *Jiamat fou, and you are re""I to -.rve a copy of your Answer lading to the Kill of Complaint "'•_ 1 li,iiitlti's attorney, WALTER i.i,l OWITK, ESQ., 7l>6 First Street. •' '' -a>' "' • ,un ''' v %  you fail to do so. Judgment • %  •' ilt will t.e taken aitainst you ''"lief demanded III the BUI %  in. "7 ND ol:i.|:itKH at Miami. ., %  'W Srd da> „( aUy, A.I.. Ireun ',.'•' %  :A T'i-RMAN. Clerk,, '., •urt, Hade County, Florida II Heal) ii-L.",. 'VM.W. Deputy Clerk I i PI I 10, 17, SI, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 1* HEREBY OIVEN thai tin underalgned, dealrlng to engage in liiisiin-s under the flctltioui name i MANl'PACTl'RERS CLOTH1NO oi "ii.Kr sroin:s. at Hade County, IIn., int.-nds to ragiatar said name I with the Clerk of the Circuit Court .a Dade County, Florida, JOSEPH 8. BROWN i in. IT, :t, 3i 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. BCHRE1NBR, JR., rialntlff. DOROTHY DUNCAN BCHREJNER, 1'. fendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Dorothy Duncan Sehreiner KM Mi. Vei non Place, Apt. 9-J Newark, New Jersey You. Dorothy Duncan Sehreiner n*6 hereby notified that a Hill of Comidainl for DlVOrCa lias been filed againat you, and you ara required to serve a cop) of your Answer or Pleading lo tli. Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, Hilary F. Sllv.rm. HI. .Mil. 1 Blscayna Building, Miami :::•. Horlda. and lile the original An%  wer "i Pleading In the nffi.-e of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or ber.,i, the l^ih da> of June, IMS, if vim rail to .I., ao, Judgment will be taken aialnst you for the relief Mm-.-Hed In the Bi'l of Comolaint. This notice shall he puhlishad once eaeh week for lunr eons.-.utive w.'eks iii THF: .IKWISH F-UMUDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 14th day of May, A.D. K. B. I.KATHICRMAN. Cl. -rk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: K, M. LYMAN. t >. piity Clark IIII.KRY F. SILA LKMAN M -II'-' Itisc'vne luilldiiu; Miami 32. Florida Attornej for Claintlff .,,24 3t> 6/7 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59266A In RE: Estate of HF.RHI'TRT J. WAHI, 1',-ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Hemands Amiinst Said Batata: You are hereby notified and required to. present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of HERBERT J. tt'AIII, deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to th.County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided in Svcti.in 783.Ill, Florida Statutes. In their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, w'ithln six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 16th day of May. A.D. lii::. JOHN A. WAIII, as Administrator CHEREN ANOooi "i-v Attorney for Administrator f.i7 Olympla Kuilding Miami. Fin. S S4-S1, S T-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY JIVEN that the undersigned, desiring i" engage iu business under the fictitious name of FLASH ITI'.l.lc AIM i.\s al S467 N.W. 76th St., Miami 17, Florida intends to register said name with the ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Dadi County, Florida. .11:1:1:01.n .1 HOCHFELSEN (sole o ii1 1 B I7-S4-81, 1 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVHN that the undersigned, desiring i" engage in business under the fictitious names of APPROVED TAX CONSl'I-TANTB. APPROVED TAX SERVICE i",„"' N.E Itsth Street. North Miami. Florida inlemls I" reals', iaj %  '-•"• "" Hie Clerk "f the Circuit Court ol Pade County, Florida ,, ,, ,-i'IIW AIM/. HBNRT \ K v.MP 1284 Waahlngton Ave Miami Beach. K 1 Attorney.* 1. I '' \ F.D TAX CONSIDTANTS ;,•.,.-, IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 59544-A IN RE: FIstate of OCSSIE MAROIN a-'k/a OCS8IE F1NKEI.STE1N a/k/a ticssiK <;HLLINUF:R Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or lH-mands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against tha estate of OCSSIE MAROIN a/k/a OCSSIE FLNKELSTEIN a/k/a OUS8IB lioi.l.iNOER deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Page, County, und file the same hi duplicate and as provided In Section 788.16, Florida Statutes, In their offices in the County Courthouse • hi Had.County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 13th day of May. A.P. IMS. /s/ BF7RNARD OODDINOER /a/ DAVID QOL-UNUER As Flxeeutors HTM AN P. OALPl'T Attorney for Executors "Hi 6th St., Miami Reach, Fla. 5, 17, S4, 31. 6/7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUHT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59500-B In RE: Estate of HARRY D. F1NHERG 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 you may have against the Mtate of HARRY 11. FINUERO, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Hade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided in Section 783.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida. within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will I,, barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 9th day "f May. A.D. I!'-;:: DORA H. FINRFTRC EDNA B, l-INHEKO as o.i-E\e< utriccs Firs! publication of this notice on the 17th day of May, I96S. VRONOVITZ. Ml.VKlt A BCHER attorneys for Co-Executi 607 Alnsley Building Miami SS, Florida :. IT. Sf I I LEGAL NOTICE that NOTICE UNDER ., FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engage "1 SSi7S*?f '" r ,; '" Hctltlous name p^. -VK. lat*XVenue, Buflnl, Flmld:.' intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or Dade JUAN .1. CICBRARO ESTEBAN AI,VAI:I::'. r,., .,„ So,e Ov.llei l> GILBERT A YOINC Attorney for Applicants 407 Lincoln Road •""/in. 17. 21. 31 A LICE A, lc^ c T .Jt E .,-?" ,CUIT CURT OF THE %  WXBKTf JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE No. 63C& N 7 TY '" CH N Y JOSEPHINE ARROYO Plaintiff. vs. • ilLHEHT AUCBA, Defendant. %  vr, ,M7' CE OF PUBLICATION IO: GILBERT AL1CEA c/o Csndlta Allcea S27S Amsterdam Avenue New York City. New York Tou 3. If you fall to do so. Decree Pro Confesso will lie riled against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated at Miami, Dade County, Florida, this Srd day of May, I96J. E. It. LICATHERMAN Clark Circuit Court, Dade County (Circuit Court Seal) By. If. CAVADARIS SIMON. HAYS & (JRCNDWERQ Attorneys for Plaintiff .101 Alnsley Ituildlug Mlaml 31, Florida 6/in, 17. 21,31 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 4781 THE WILLllAMSBCRdll SAVINGS DANK Plaintiff, vs. ELLA MAE WEII.ANO. a single woman Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: ELLA MAE WKILAND, a Single Woman P.O. Box M Qondo, Alabama Tou are hereby notified that the above captioned action has been Instituted against you in the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florl.in In ami for Dade County to foreclose a mortgage upon the following described real propertv: Lot 21, Elock 2. CCTLLF:R RIDC.fi SECTION THREE, according to the Plat thereof, recorded 111 Plat Hook f>7, at Page 83. of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida together with Tub and Shower Enclosure. Welbilt B/ln Oven & Range .'.I160'.'i26 Range Hood W/ Fhn. Hot Water Heater, Venetian lilinds You are required to file your answer to plaintiff's conmlalnt with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a copy tli.-i-eoi upon plaintiffs attorney, MARTIN FINi:. 11th Floor Dade Federal Bldg.. Miami 32, Florida, not later than June 12th. 16S, or n Decree Pro Cunfesso will be entered agalnal you. Da led: May 2, mr.:: 1:. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk or the Clmiil Court i:> c IV col'KI.AXh Deputy i lei k M \KTIN FINE AII. a 11, > for Putin tiff lith Floor Dad. Federal Bldg. Miami SS, Florida % %  i". 17, Si, Z\ NOTICE OF SUIT or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 63C 4889 EDITH BRADY, Plaintiff, Vs. CHARLES P. BRADY'. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: CHAHLF'.S P. BRADY r. Mandela street Buffalo 15. New York You CHARLES P. DRADY are hereby notified that a 1 till of Complaint for Divorce has been riled against you, and you are required to serve 11 copy or your Answer or Pleading to the Rill or Complaint on the PlaintIff'H Attorney, EDWARD HU8AK, c/o Bnsel and Pollack, IS Weal l-'iacl.r. .Miami. Florida and rile the original Answer or Pleading in .the office of the clerk of the Circuit Curt on or before the 10th da) of June, 196S ir you rail to do so, Judgment by C< fault will be taken against you for the relief demanded in tho Pill of Compla n 1 Thla notlci shall !" %  published nce each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN. DONE AND OI:DF:I:I:D al Miami. Florida, this Mb da) "I Ala\, A.D. EC B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: 1.. s. DePIETRO 1 leputy Clerk EDWARD lll'SAK Co Kii^.l and Pollack U West Elagler. Miami. Fla. Attorney for Plaintiff 0.10-17-2!-:U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVICN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KAPPY'S LI' Nl'H EON ETTE & Jl'ICE BAR at 146.. Collins Are.. Miami Beach, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or Dade County, Florida. C.DADYS GORIN RUTHANN PAZANSKI Owners JAY BURTON KEYS Attorney for Owners ||_'17, 21, 31. 6 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEP.EDY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious naniv.or WINDSOR TAVERN ai %  %  • %  l SW. Sth Street. Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk ,,r tlie Circuit Court or Dade County, Florida. MA PRICE MAISONVII.LE Sole I iwncr KES8LER A GARS Attorneys tor Applicant 19yd S.W. 1st Street Miami. Florida r./in. 17. 21, 31 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PALMETTO PLAZA at W'l N.W. Wth Street, Miami. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida, PALMETTO CORP., a Fla. Corp. By: R, O. Lovell, President HARRY II. TEITKI.MA.V Attorney lor Palmetto Corp. ISIS N.W. 7th Street Miami. Florida 5 17. :i. It l/ NITICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engaira in business under the fictitious name of ELI'S UCAL1TY KOSHER MEAT A POULTRY al 1321 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach, Florida, Intend in register said name with the Clerk id the Circuit Court of Dade C01111o. Florida. 1:1.1 Fi'.i'i'i: HELEN I EDElt 1 iu mis .-. IT, Si, 31, 6,7



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Friday. May 31. 1963 +JmUti fUrMirkri r si mp NEW WITH An Old Name FOR BOYS and GIRLS HORSE SHOE, NORTH CAROLINA Starts June 28-August 21 Management Owned and Operated by Ortifiod Educator* ERWIN B. MARSHALL Well-Known Educator GET ACQUAINTED FEES 8 Weeks $475; 4 Weeks $250 includes Laundry, Horseback Riding and Insurance. DANCING-COTILLION RIFll RANGE CANOEING SWIMMING POOL SKATING RINK HORSEBACK TRAILS CRAFTS 0VIINI6HT HIKES ARCHERT 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 Come On In •••The Water's Fine At MIAMI MILITARY ACADEMY SUMMER CAMP 10*01 IISCAYNI lOUlEVAID MIAMI 31. FLA. OPENS JUNE 17 fM ItmATWI CALL H 17441 TEMPLE EMANU-EL SUMMER CAMP Starting June 17 to August 9 OUR SIXTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR Under the personal guidance and supervision of Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the congregation, and under the direction of Mr. Milton Feinstein, history teacher and head football coach at Miami Beach Senior High School. Ours is a Synagogue-centered Camp which emphasizes: JEWISH CULTURE AND SPIRITUAL VALUES PLUS DRAMATICS • SINGING & DANCING • SWIMMING OUTDOOR & INDOOR SPORTS round out the Program. ALSO FREE BUS SERVICE For Information and Brochure call JE 8-2503 or wrife 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Congregation Yehuda Moshe CAMP AVIR Is Launched for Its 6th Year! Gary Canner — Camp Director REGISTER NOW EIGHT WEEKS STARTING JUNE 24 to AUGUST 16 Transportation Available Red Cross Swimming Program Arts Crafts Drama And All Athletic Games For Information call 751-7578 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 • Transportation Available For Further Information Call HI 4-6547 or Camp Director Mareia Levin, Phone CA 6-7018 List Many Summer Programs At Camps Page 9-2 GREATER MIAMI Camp Akiva 1021 Biarritz Dr., Miami Beach Rabbi Stanley B. Weiss, Camp Director Irwin Montgomery, B. A., Athletic Director Camp Avir (Cong. Yehudah Moshe) 13630 W. Dixie Hwy., No. Miami Gary Canner. Camp Director Camp Simchah iTemple Adath Yeshurun) 1025 N.E. Miami Gardens Dr., Miami Martin Knobel, Director Flagler-Granada Jewish Center Day Camp 50 N.W. 51st Place, Miami Mareia Levin, Camp Director Lear School Day Camp 1010 West Ave.. Miami Beach Richard Lear. Principal, Lear School and Camp Director Miami Military Academy Summer Camp 10601 Biscayne Blvd., Miami Col. Reed Williams, Director I Temple Emanu-EI Summer Camp North Branch Bldg., 727 77lh St.. Miami Beach Supervised by Dr. Irving Lehrman Directed by Milton Feinstein Westbrooke Country Club Day Camp 8500 S.W. 8th St.. Miami Mrs. Jane Schulman, Director CAMP AKIVA Located on Site of Former Normandy Isle School & Day Camp • • • • • • NOW ACCEPTING CAMPERS FOR 1963 SEASON • CAMP FEE INCLUDES: 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 STATE OF FLORIDA Camp Ocala Ocala National Forest Ix>cal address: 1451 N. Baysbore Dr.. Miami Dr. Theodore R. Struhl, President GEORGIA Sky Lake Camps Sautee, Georgia Local address: P.O. Box 159, Miami 45 NORTH CAROLINA Blue Star Camps llendersonvilie, N. C. 1100 Crescent Ave. N.E. Atlanta, Ga. (until June 5th) Herman and Harry Popkin Founders and Directors Camp Judaea (Hadassah and Zionist Organization of America Sponsorship) llendersonvilie, N. C. Local address: 710 NE 168th St., No. Miami Beach Camp Osceola Hendersonville, N. C. Erwin D. Marshall. Director For information call HI 5-3585 WES CABAN OKE CLUB WITH A TULL SUMMEf DAY CAMP for children 3 to 12 years. Supervised fun, sun and play. Mrs. Jane Schulman, Director. Members $12.50 per week, Non-members $20.00 per week. Lunches are included transportation available Information and applications available at CABANA A! BR ITRY CLUB 8SO0 ON THE TRAIL-JUST OFF THE PALMETTO m*m SKY LAKE a. VtflS HIOH IN THI ILUI RIDOI MOUNTAINS S'U'EE. CCOROIA FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, 6 to 17. Complete camp activities, small groups, 1000 acres of fullest equipped facilities two 40-acre lakes, water skiing, horseback riding, Teen-Age Camps. Skilled and experienced camp directors and counI selors. 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 c i 4 to 13 Yeors — Transportation — All Outdoor & Indoor Activities • SWIMMING • BOWLING • BATON TWIRIMM • ARTS & CRAFTS, ETC. Phone Wl 7-1435 ( Under the direction of Martini Knobel. member of faculty at j (Norland Junior High School.' Select Staff of teachers, coun-l iselors and specialty instructors*



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Page 4-B *. It n i*tftcridTinn i. Technion Women Make Presentation To Elliot Roosevelt A .specially struck medallion in memory of Eleanor Roosevelt will be presented to her son, Elliott Roosevelt, at the annual installation luncheon of Technion's Women's Division on Friday. June 7, 11:30 a.m.. at the Doral Beach Hotel Known during her lifetime for her devotion to humanitarian causes, Mrs. Roosevelt appeared in south Florida on numerous occasions on behalf of the State of Israel. Designed by Sol Halpert. the award was created in particular for Mrs. Roosevelt's "dedication to the democratic principles of Israel and her services to Technion." Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, vice president, will make the presentation. Installation ceremony will be conducted by Dr. Irving Lehman, spiritual leader of Temple EmanuEl and a member of Technion's national board of directors. Incoming slate is headed by Mrs. Thilip F. Thau, beginning her second term as president, and Mrs Irving Lehrman. honorary president. Vice presidents: Mrs. Nan Cohen, Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin, Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsberg, Mrs. Jack Katzman. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink; secretaries, Mrs. Louis Kohn, Mrs. Jack Goldberg. Mrs. Leo Tur stem; trea:>urer. Mrs. Ruben Porter. Elliott Roosevelt, son of the former president. Franklin Delano tf affair question.., deserves a fair' answer! 1 ( RUT IT GETS K (BUT IT GETS A %  SUPERB ANSWER AT THE NEW EVERGLADESI) \ Simply phone Frederik at Fr 9-5461 (the New Everglades Catering Department)! Finest food in Miami! Finest service! Special arrangements for groups of 12 to 2,000! On. I premises parking! .^^ THE NEW • EVERGLADES MOTEL Biscayne Blvd. 4 3rd St., Miami 9STechnion leaders planning the installation luncheon to be held on Friday, June 7, at the Doral Beach Hotel, which will feature Israeli folksingers. Seated (left to right) are incoming president, Mrs. Philip F. Thau; program chairman, Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin; Mrs. Jack Katzman, arrangements chairman. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Leonard Zilbert. decorations chairman, and Mrs. Nan Cohen, hospitality chairman. New Officials For Aged Jr. Auxiliary Judge Irving Cypen presided at the installation luncheon of the junior Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the Aged, on May II at the West view Country Club. Mrt Michael Bright, chairman., presented a show headed by Olga Pavlova. Mr-. BartiMM J. StrtUM Wl MM stalled as president tor a second year: Mrs. George Israel, vice president; Mrs Joseph Epstein. Mrs Louis Brtater, Mrs. Morns Ratner: secretaries, Mrs. Harold Rosen, Mrs. Frank Brauastcin, Mra Clara Silversteen. Miss Rena Stein. Mrs. Joseph Nanun. treasurer, Mrs. Ann Linstock. Roosevelt, and 00 a permanent resident of the Miami area, will speak on "Women's Role in Space Age Education." Roosevelt is former president of Hearst Radio, Inc., and author of "As He Saw It." an account of the Big Three Conference; editor, of "Personal Letters ol FDR." four volumes; lecturer; Brigadier General, United stateAll Fore '., seven years, prior to and throughout World War II. commanded Aen.il Reconnaissance for the Allied side during World War II tinder the command of Gen Dwjght I) Eisenhower, flew 89 combat missions, recipient of :'7 combat decorations; former member of the board of Texas A&M College. He is president of the management consultants tirm of Prince. Kooscvelt & Cummins. Inc., with offices In the Dul'ont ITaza Center. Program chairman is Mrs Me) ei A Baskin with Mrs .lack Katzman in charge of arrangements; Mrs. Louis Kohn and Mrs. Rita Oppenheimer, tickets; Mrs. Leonard Zilbert. Mrs. Harold Shapiro. Mrs. Jeannette Gutterman, decorations; Mrs. Nan Cohen, chairman, hospitality committee, asgieted bj Mrs. Inei Krensky, Mrs. Aaron r'arr. Mrs. George W. Valentine ami Mr.lack Popick. Reception committee iheaded by Mrs, Leo Kut-tein. chairman. with Mesdames Frances Entine, Ethel Herman, Norman C. Hill. T, di Julius, Harry Platoff. Ruben Porter. Clara Billie Silverstein. Rena Stein and Sol Trachtenbcrg. Hostesses are: Mcsriames Alex Bearman, Ruth Johnson Berger. Mildred P.erkley. Jeanette Gutter man. Anna Lehrer. David Pome and Marion Bobbins. Entertainment will feature Sarah and Hayim Freshko, folk sing t rs and piauisl composer duo. Planning Sessions For ORT S.E. Region Approximately 300 leaderof the s E. Florid* Region of Worn en's American ORT will attend the sixth annual planning lifer ence on Wednesday, al the Ever Hot) v hairman, Mrs Neil Hoder and co-chairman, Mrs. Jack Fils, stat ed that registration will be be tween 9:30 and 10 a m with brunch tii follow. Invocation will be given b> Mrs Harry Rosenblatt, outgoing region president. Mrs. Louis Baron newly installed Region president, will give the keynote address. The afternoon will be devoted to work-hopFriday, May 31, 1983 Dadc Heights Cantor Resigns' Dade Heights Jewish Congrega. tion has accepted the a—lgnation of Cantor Emanuel Handel, who has served lor the pa-t seven years due to bis new position as an executive director of River* side Memorial Chapel. Phi Sigma Sigma Alumni Hosts Grads Phi Sigma Sigma Alumni Chap ter of Greater Miami is honoring graduating seniors of Beta Theta Chapter at the University of Miami during a meeting on Thins. day evening at the home ol Mrs. Norman Shalk. 5836 TV in Lakes Dr., So. Miami. The gra.luates. Susan Carpel, Audrej Borok. Marcie Dro<.-, PTA Council, Bureau of Jewish Education, met at home of Mrs. Samuel Hirsch to elect officers for 1963-64 and to plan its annual 1964 workshop. Three of the elected officers present are Mrs. Harvey Vogel, Temple Beth Sholom; Mrs. Norman Harrow, newly-elected president. Temple Menorah; and Mis. Seymour Alterman, vice president. Temple Emanu-El. You'll fmd complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kisme*, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Ruboiyct Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private por'yl ,,, •xt th# EAKQULT FACILITIES CATERING WITH HAWAIIAN SHOW PLUS DANCING POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT GARDENS U.S. I—SOUTH OF HOLLYWOOD CIRCLE MIAMI FR 1-8479 FT. LAUD.HLYWD. WA 3-2421 ... superb service ... incomparable facilities for PRIVATE PARTIES • BANQUETS WEDDINGS • LUNCHEONS MEETINGS COCKTAIL PARTIES I Whatever IOCMI event you're plan^ ins VOUT group 1V1II rnjov II moreal the Eden Roc. Renou I and elegant service malic the ,i I Uj rhpm \oit our Ivmtifu! frft jte bub-lie room* /even 11;


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Page 2-B • knitt FkrfctirMn Friday, May 31, lg^.. Newiy-eiected officers and board members of Temple Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. William Mars, Mrs. Herbert Parker, vice president; Mrs. Ira Levin, president; Mrs. Joseph Gersten, outgoing president; Mrs. Lewis Goodman, vice president; Mrs. Charles Bellin, recording secretary. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Morris Katz, Mrs. Bernard Falk, Mrs. Daniel Bimberg, Mrs. Morris Berger, wife of Cantor Morris Berger, Mrs. Joseph Liedman, Mrs. Stanley Golden, parliamentarian; Mrs. Martin Knobel, Mrs. Martin Beloff, corresponding secretary; Mrs. George Greenberg, Mrs. Wi'liam Alter, financial secretary; Mrs. Arthur Frank, Mrs. Jonah E. CapIan, wife of Rabbi Caplan; Mrs. Al Kessler, Mrs. Mark Roth, Mrs. Adolph Mitchell. Not shown are Mrs. Herbert Salzman, membership vice president; Mrs. Bernard Levy, treasurer; and Mrs. Joseph Greenberg, board member. Formal installation of Sisterhood officers and board members will be held jointly with the Congregation and Men's Club on Saturday evening, June 8, at a buffet supper and dance in the new social hall of the Congregation. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will install the officers, and Mayor Arthur I. Snyder of North Miami Beach will be guest speaker. Ner Tamid Tribute To Faculty Teachers Young Matrons Summer Program Graduation exercises will be held at Temple Ner Tamid during Saturday morning services vith the following students particiapting in the ceremon) presenting an original cantata: Paul Axelrod, Howard Rurkhoiz. Carol Feldman. Leonard Feldman, Steven Gerson, Richard Horowitz, Roslyo Nexer, Scott Matter. Hershel Pearl and Fred Pearlman. A special tribute will be paid to faculty members of the Religious an'! Sunday To he I ored are Meyer Samberg. education director. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Aaron Center. Mrs Harry Friedman. Miss Eva Glassman. Miss Valeri Uamches and Sidney Shapiro. A reception by the parents of the graduates will follow services. On Sunday morning the Men's Club will hold its last monthly breakfast of the season in the Sklar Auditorium al !i:30 a.m. A symposium entitled "Operation Ner Tamid.'' v ill be offered by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Murray A. Shaw, president, and Dan Piver. Social Club Picnic Sunday Social Club picnic will be held on Sunday, 10 a.m., at Crandon Park. Those needing transportation will meet at Congregation Beth El at 9:30 a.m. Arrangements committee mombers are Joseph Braff, Isidor Sil ver, Mrs. Sam Sarkin. Mrs Lois Rowner. Y.-le Shulman and Dave Chaswan. First event in the summer pro .cam of tin' Young Matrons Division of Combined Jewish Ap peal will be a luncheon followed by card games at the home of Mr-. Martin Fine. 58 Samana Dr., Bay Heights on Wednesday, noon. Marshall Harris, attorney, and vice chairman CIA Trades and Professions Council, will be guest speaker. Mrs. Iri Krensky, overall chairman, CJA Women's Division said, "The leaders of tomorrow's activity for CJA for our community will emerge from the Yocng Matrons Division and therefor* we value highly this opportunity for alerting them to the needs of the community and the important role of Federation and its agencies." To which Mrs. Benedict Silver man. chairman. Young Matrons Division, added, "we look torw ird to an outstanding attendance at this first program and know that the Youn^ Marons Division wi bring renewed vigor and unpar alleled communal -upport to Fed eration as it enters its next 2b years of community service." Area co-chairmen for Bay Heights are Mrs. Melvin Mi and Mrs. Edward Eiscnberg. Special diet guide and cookbook for low sodium diets has been prepared by the makers of Fleischmann's Unsalted Corn C;l Margarine. This new booklet was prepared to assist those on low sodium diets in the planning and preparation of tasty, nutritious and interesting meals. For those who find it necessary to reduce salt intake, it is often difficult to adjust to the "taste transition." This is particularly true if you are not familiar with the subtle culinary techniques which can be used to significantly compensate for the lack of salt as a seasoning. Free copies may be obtained by sending vour reguest to The Jewish Floridian, P.O. Box 2973, Main Postoffice, Miami 1, Fia.. requesting the number of copies desired. Organizations interested in securing this booklet for distribution to their complete membership may do so on letterheads of their organization and forwarding to The Jewish Floridian. FAMILY VACATION ADVENTURE IN THE COOL AND SCENIC BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS IN THE LAND OF THE SKY ... ALTITUDE 2,500 FEET Westbrooke Plans Active Weekend Westbrooke Country Club will have a toll -( hedule ol acth ities for members over the Memorial Day weekend, according to an an nouncement bj Club president Sheldon Kay On Thursday, there was to he a program oi sport contests tor adults and children, during I'u day and in the evening a family picnic supper. On Friday there will be a 'West brooke Square Dance'' on the Carousel Patio; a "Holiiaj Hop Dance" on the Terrace Saturday evening, and special children's ac t:\ities on Sunday. Temple Selects New Educational Leader New educational director of Temple Adath yeshurun Helicious Schools will be Yehudah Segal, of Buffalo, N.Y. In making the announcement Joseph Liedman. pres ident of the congregation, stated that Segal will also be in charge ol all youth activities. Hell assume his duties beginning with the new term in September. Thirty year old Segal was born in Jerusalem. I>rael. where he received his elementary education. He attended the C'hernichov-ky High School in Natanya. and graduated in 1950. He was granted a Teachers License from the Board of Education of the State of Israel from Beth Hakerem Teacher! Institute. Segal came to the tinted States and enrolled as a student in the Teachers Institute ot the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York City in 1951. While attending the Seminary, he taught at Temple B'nai Abraham Hebrew School in Newark. N.J.. and re ceived a Teachers License from the Board of License of Bases County. N.J. He also hold! a National lYr manent Teacherlicense for Teachers and Supervisory Personnel in American Jewish Schools issued !>> the National Board ol License. New York CltV. IK served as educational director of the Hebrew School oi Temple Beth Israel. Niagara Palls, N.Y and a director of thtf*Youtk Activities Program of the J ew jA Feder/'lion Segal is now ci mpletfog course of Jewish SI udil ,-"",,' Jewish-Theological •SenftYiar) J a MasterDegree in R, Etucation. ls s— %  — MORE THAN EVER YOU CAN be younger looking with mild, mild Fblmolive carelf? ii^t k Massage vigorously with refreshing mild palmoiiv lather. Rinse and pat dry. \ Repeat 3 times a day. GUARANTEED NON-FATTENING! 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*JewlstFk>rldUan F riday. May 31, 1963 Beach City Council Election Tuesday fourVlunn.n 1 "" 1 ^ • %  will go to the polb Tiiwdaj to elect lions of dollars in condemnation IOUJ councumen. Nu % %  ca ididates are trying, i tr the Bests, of which I Purchase price. My attempts failinree incumbents. Di Lee Powell, Marcie Liberman and Melvin Richard t,(t for la* of approval bv the %  re seeking reelection. Council majority." Other candidates • Ted Cohen, Aaron Kan. Hyman Galbut Mel 1{ithard hi s t^n living in Daniel Gsldberg. i:. Hertz, Fred r. Hunt St., Carl Larson Hynaan ,,! '~ area tor M %  v, :irs is n,al ril '< 1 Ueberman! Joe Malek. tin Gabrielh Na h, Sidney Needleman. Murray she!..-. M Willian Smith, Nat Spiegle Robert Turchin and Mrs Revj Balkin Wiklor. Golf Course—now worth more than S5.O00.OOO— by the cits at a COS! 01 oi.ly $940,000. Page 5-B Powell Active in Beach Legislation state lei islation to combat crime in Dadt County was urged this week by Miami Beach Councilman and former mayor I) Lee Powell. In his bid lor reelection to the Beach Council. Powell suggested reconsideration of a state law he originally proposed, which was adopted by the 1953 legislative \*sion, to provide a mandatory rOyear sentence for persons convicted cf robbery. The law was repealed alter criminal court to Janette and they live on Biscayne Point with their two sons Barry and 'Rusty."' The elder son attends the U of Miami and 12 year old "Rusty" has just been accepted for special summer courses at Ohio State. Mel Richard Asks Reelection Councilman incumbent Mel Richard's race lor reelection to Miami Beach Council hit full stride this week as the intense campaigning office holder addressed dozens of political rallies, meetings, campaign workers' coffees and groups of civic clubs. Richard continued his bid for support June 4th "so that I may continue to prevent judges felt it was diluting their waste of taxpayers money through discretionary power. At a meeting this week. Powell also told of his etorts in securing many municipal achievements for Miami Beach. He pointed out that the 5% hotel room convention agreement which he spearheaded, had resulted in more* than $475,000 to Miami Beach and mentioned his role in acquisition of Bayshore municipal inefficiency and incompetence." The candidate also advocates the condemnation of oceanfront property from 75th to 87th streets "I have been fighting this beachfront battle for a dozen years," Richard reminded, "and had I been' listened to at the beginning, we could have -aved the city mil Turchin Advocates More Attractions Bob Turchin. president of a general contractors firm, and a di-' rector of Chase Federal Savings, and Loan Association is stressing' the need for more annual events' of national and international interest to increase tourist traffic to I Miami Beach, especially opening up the European market. The candidate for election to the Mil ami Beach City Council also de-| dared that the Beach should offer more recreational areas and programs for mature citizens. Hopefully anticipating the results of the Miami Beach election on June 4th is the family of candidate Hal Hertz, who is shown here with his wife Ethel, daughter, Pixie and son, Stephen. Running for a seat on the Miami Beach Council, Aaron Farr, of Farr Tours, long established tourist agency, is pictured surrounded by members of the Farr family, all of whom are taking an active part in the Beach campaign. Front row (left to right) are Rhoda Farr, Irene Farr Schlesinger, Myra Farr and Ruth Farr. To the right of Aaron in the back row are William and Harvey Farr, and on the candidate's riqht is Manny Farr. In addition to purely political functions, the supporters of "Farr for Councilman," have kept busy with many social activities, among them a "coffee" given by Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, at which she introduced the candidate to more than 100 guests; Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz was hostess to some 200 friends and neighbors at a social in her home. Hertz Campaign Rally Sunday Eve Hal Hertz's campaimi for the Miami Beach city council reaches it.climax Sunday night with a city-wide rally at the new North Shore bandshell, 73rd st. and Colii • Avc.. at 8 p.m. Hertz, defeated by six votes two years ago, spoke at more than 400 meetings and rallies during five intensive weeks of campaigning from one end of Miami Beach to the other. His platform stresses stepped up tourist promotion activity, a new police sub-station in the North Shore area, speeding of the clinic for senior citizens in the South Shore, a complete reappraisal of the municipal parking system, rebuilding the baseball stands at Flamingo Park, development of Pelican Island as "a Disneyland of the South," creation of a yearround special events department, and protection of residential areas from further commercial encroachment. Hertz received the support of the Miami Beach Democratic Club and numerous other organizations and civic leaders during the week. His record of leading the campaigns for a new library, the c'ouble-decked parking lot adjacent to Lincoln Road, creation of | the Mall, and for the rollback of taxes was stressed during his various speeches. Campaign manager Gerald : Schwartz said Hertz's civic leadership in such organizations as the F.Iks, B'nai B'rith. Temple Beth Sholom, Moose. Miss Universe contest, Civic League and "scores of others" have attracted community support at all levels. Liberman Stress On Public Areas Having served 20 years in city government as councilman, mayor and vice mayor, Marcie Liberman stresses the importance of parks, playgrounds and oceanfront bathing areas to the continued progress of the city. In line with this program. Lib erman in his campaign for reelection, says he supports wholeheartedly the development of Pelican Island as an additional recreation facility. 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Fridcy. May 31. 1963 ^JmistHcrkHan Page A New President Tells Of Difficult Job Ahead Yeshurun Clubs In Joint Ceremonies Continued from Page 1-A executive, ;'.n;l especially the experience DAN RUSKIN endorses Men's Club of Temple Adathi "•Yeshurun will install officers and! directors in joint ceremonies with I I the Congregation and Sisterhood gained in furthering the, at a buf£et SU p per and danc e on! •'ecision on acceptance. With, WO rk of Jewish education and cul-' Saturday night, June 8. Rabbi' characteristic frankness, the Pres ture wouM he said be of invalJonah E. Caplan will install ofident added that there were other President flcers and M y r Arthur '• Sn >" rcasons 1 ; for his hesitancy. \ UJDie nc,p n,m ncsicieni. der Q{ Nor(h Miamj ^^ ^ be He said that, knowing the real He stressed that peace—both, guest speaker, ity of Israel's interral political' within and without—remained the officers elected Wednesday life, the divergent nature of the wh ch srac pursue I night include Joseph Fields, pres-! ^Rrtl£ta*(?3 %  "*** ** c.eer-ent; Leon So.o.kin. vice prcsiSSd J*StaTSTSeK g-S* '^ emphasized that Jcnt; Morns Cohen, secretary whether he could live up to the ne friend-hips which Israel hadi lreasurer tflsk Declaring that he was "undeveloped with many nations 'are] Board memoers are Norman' dcr 'no illusions about the diffi a 8 rcal achievement and asset and j Goldstein, immediate past presi-| cutties of the task." he added that, we must continue to foster such [dent; Jerome Harris, Morris Katz, | •to the extent we will be able to| friendship as before in a spirit of; Murray Kaumfa, Gilbert Miller] overcome the gap beween com-1 sincerit y and with th c aim of mu-! and Isidore Smith. munities and hasten cultural intc | tu al assistance ." I T he Men's Club is at present gration in Israel and narrow the, t m partisan gaps, including that beJ tween the secular an.1 religious elements, and bring about a meet -j ing of hearts—the state's charactor w ill be determined and strengthened." Ho told the JTA ho felt that not enough was being done to strengthen the ties and deepening the recognition of mutuality between Israel and Jew In other countries. He said that while the problem was recognised "theoretically," in practice there was a "still wide-open field," a field "crying out for •ction." I The many years he had devot-! ed to the Zionist movement be-, lore and after joining the WZO Judge Stallman Now Surf side Judge Louis H. Stallman, trial lawyer,] %  was sworn in Tuesday morning, May 21, by Town Clerk Eugene j } Barber as Municipal Judge of Surfside, after serving as Associate i Judge for six years. He attended West Virginia University and New York Law School, and practiced in New York City for 22 years before coming to Florida. He was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1951. As a member of the Miami Beach Bar Asso.. he served as chairman of the Ethics Committee, and is an executive member of the Florida Bar Assn. Committecn on Uniform Laws. Judge Stallman has been active in civic and fraternal organizations for many years. He was president of the Mu Sigma Fraternity, Ceres Union, and the Neighbors Civic Club in New York. Locally, he was president of the Gold Coast Democratic Club, vicepresident of the Men's Club of Temple Ner Tamid and secretary of the congregation. He is chairman of the Surfside Charter Revision Committee, Chief; of the volunteer fire department,! • and a director of Hope School for • !" Retarded Children, Surfside Music Society, Temple Ner Tamid. and | North Shore Lodge B'nai B'rith. EDWARD FIELD Edward Field Wins Guggenheim Award Edward Field, son of Mr. ani Mrs. Louis Field. 1430 NE 195ti\ St.. winner of the 1962 Thomas Lamont award for poetry, has been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship. His book. "Stand Up, Friend, With Me," will be released this month. The 38-year-old poet's poem* have appeared in The New Yorker. Poetry and The New American Poetry 1945-60. The poet's father was formerly art director at Metro-Gold wy:iMayer. Also living in this area are two sisters, and their families: Mrs. Sanford M. Green, and. Mrs. Adele Fredel, who plays vioJin with the Miami Beach Symphony Orchestra. H E RTaC%  ?. $ • DAX B. RU8KI O.VB nso ot .V KOA. M.AK. *AOH. May 17, 196 3 I.OIH %  •* i^ 100/$ H. STALLMAN Mr. Hal Hertz 57 20 Alton Road Miami Beach, Florida Dear Hal: X consulate J^f^^lS" City Council. • and coup *%££?£ Logress" Militant and ~**£ a d l lnce rity .of purpose It reflects a maturity a ion ^g proAs ci ti,en* interested in %  Jthin^ yu stand for. "£KoSSoA m Y ZSZSS? ^earnest *&%**? for election. 1 T shall do my best to inform all #tt*^*~& ^action.. Best wishes and kindest regards. Sincerely, Dan B. RusKin LET'S PUT .HERTZ IN THE COUNCIL. M, Pol, Adv.



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Pom 6-B rijhwfri fkridtiton Friday. May 31. 1983 V.OMAN OF THE WEEK Pat Fine met her Marty at her sorority. Alpha Epsilon Phi s dance the old Vanderbilt Hotel. She was in black face and pigtails, but: knew she was the "one and only" for him. As a little girl in New cans. Pat would day dream of traveling to far places when she was enough to go to college. She didn't travel too far—just to the l -.iversity of Miami. Besides being active in her sorority and ama-, r theatricals, the most interesting thing that happened to Pat during her college dormitory life was the fact that she learned to cook. Cooking became one of; Pat's most important hobbies, and she's a whiz at it. Combined with the clever ideas she has for decoration, it has made entertaining fun for Pat and a thrill for her guests. But that came much later on. After graduation, according to Papa s edict Pat was to work for a year at home. So for a full year, she sold real estate; her first commission was spent on a watch for Marty which he still wears. They got married Oil April Fool's Day in a glamorous NewOrleans wedding. For the first five years of her married life in Miami. Pat enjoyed working for National Council Jewish Women, taking part in the affairs of the community and trimef erring her sorority affiliations to the Alumnae Association. Then came Ricky and Randy, and anything not connected with them Now that the children are older. Pat is startHcr fir.-t PTA meeting was last week, which goings-on. August 18 Set For Esterman, Brill >0 A summer wedding is planned and bv Miss Elaine Esterman and SW : Stephen A. Brill whose engagement is announced this week by the future brides parents, Mr. Mrs Samuel Esterman, 2200 Anita Tischler to be Wife of Dr. Kessel The bride-elect is a graduate of Douglass 'ollege, Rutgers Univer sity. and also attended Teach %  !> CoIIetfe." Columbia Univer-.iy whore she was elected to Psi Chi national psychology honorary so ciety. The prospective bridegroom now employed by the Federal Aviation Agency, graduated from the University of Miami School of Engineering. He is the son ot Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brill, 330 s\\ 55th Ave. The couple will be marrud 01 Aug. 18. The former Anita Muriel Ti=ch | ler and Dr. Stanley Phillip Kessel, were to be married on Thursday, May 30, at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. David Frankel. 8948 Abbott Ave. After a wedding trip to Puerto ( Rico and the Virgin Islands, the ft nowlvweds will live in Hollywood. Beth tmeth DOHOf Sunday Fla„ where Dr. Kessel is a pracBeth Emeth Sisterhood 10th an ticing orthodontist. "ual donor luncheon will be held Parents of the bridegroom are on Sunday at the Lombardy Hotel Mr and Mrs. Lee Kessel. ol Chairmen arc Mrs. Joseph Kata Columbus. 0. I and > rs H rrv Kessman. MI j .\ ou ol Uie window. to get act.\e again. r.s a whole string of PTA Her seven months work as chairman of the Art Show staged by Patrons Committee of the Museum of Sconce and Natural History -t came to culmination with the champagne-opening of the Art Show part of the museums Around the World Fair." <=', e share* a strong feeling of community responsibility with her • -bard who is active in many affairs. Pat confided that the older gets the fewer opinion she forms. Of one thing she is cert; ere ihould he only one active community leader in a family. shares in all of his enthusiasms, she wants merely to act UM ing hoard. 1 1 have ready at all times a haven of quiet u l\. Shaary Zedek Synagogue Ruth will return briefly to Mi ami before leaving for th. where she will spend thi mer Convalescing at her h : Prairie A\e.. Mrs. David Ros net's liege at Mt. Sinai Hospital ia well behind her now l' Order of True Sisters. Miami Chapter 43. presenting $2,200 to Variety Children's Hospital to provide medication and cr. the tumor clinic and to finance research in leukemia. Shown in ceremonies at the hospital last week (left to right) are Mrs Fred Fuller, area cancer chairman, Mrs. Elton Rosenblr.it chairman of children's tumor clinic; Dr. James A. Win: pediatrics; Mrs. Joseph Barchan, clinic co-chairman; and M:sSyd Lewis, president. GOOD REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE KMLBEMI FOR THIS SI'SIMMH'S CABANA tpQHMpm Vtt spr ** Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky MMM* Jf 1 35*5 MS MICHIGAN AVI., MIAMI BEACH 4> TTnflSBiTly jpc!oU5, douLIft exposure cabanu 4> Mevators to all JNonddeck cabana! 4> Full teen-ace activities program &f Complete enfldYen't activity program, with fully equipped Rumpus ftoflB &f Complete participation in •ur adult summer activity program, including cocktail parties, mo*!*,. Cud tournaments, etc &f Tre guest privilege* at urfamed "Sm ttke. 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Page 6-A *. ItwUt) nnricff^n Friday. May 31. 1S63 &o 1 Mind/in in Israel Continued from Page 1-A ii suggest a growing disenchantment with his unilateral policies MM. But if Israelis have a unique propensity for self-criticism, as veil as for detecting humor In heir most profound bitterness, hey are cqualy merciless about he failures in others. A case in joint is U.S. Ambassador to Israel Walworth Barbour.* To be blunt about it, Mr. Barbour is disliked here. This is not a question of comparison with his predecessor, Ogdeo RekJ, of whom the country speaks with respect and admiration even today; the present Ambassador has achieved his reputation entirely on his own. Last month, at the 12th arvtual convention in Tel Aviv of the Americans and Canadians in Israel Association, Mr. Barbour, scheduled to bring greetings, simply failed to show up. The association is no ordinary ocial club. It is an organizaion of some 15,000 Americans md Canadians seeking to become sraelis in the face of the trenendous problems with which they must be prepared to copeproblems totally foreign to; Miyah from other Middle Eastern and North African countries. !n the past, such distinguished, Israelis as David Ben-Gunon and iolda Meir have been guest Speakers at the association's con-' "ention. This time, Minister of, Labor Yigal Allen represented I he Government of Israel as -peaker. and Canadian Ambassa-i lor to Israel Arthur J. Andrew| vas excellently received in his iricf address of greeting. But 3arbour sent a substitute undering at the last minute. What most Israelis complain about is that, on the rare occasions Mr. Barbour does show up ar.ywhere, he principally boasts about his golf game and the amount of alcoholic beverage he can consume. The American Embassy is lotted on H;iryarkin St.. in Tel *,vi\. This is the fashionable section of the beach—part of Israel's "Riviera.'" Not common ly krow is that much Tel Aviv sewage is dumped along the coast, in fact precisely where the Embassy stands, thus making swimming there a plannei I objective for some five years I hence, with an anti pollution | program now on the boards. But many Israelis less than I silently suggest that so long as Walworth Barbour will remain 1 American Ambassador and chef tenant at the American Em-j bassy, the project would fly in | the face of their profoundest feeling for him. Four Russian Jews Still in Prison for Matzo Distribution LONDON — (JTA) — Four Russian Jews are still in prison in, Moscow for trying to distribute' rratzoth there before last Passover, and one of .them is in danger of death because he is on a virtual hunger strike, refusing to eat the non-kosher food, accord ing to highly reliable information received here this week from Moscow. The man who insists on refusing the non-kosher prison fare is Wolf Bogomolin, a graduate of the Yeshiva which had been conducted at Moscow's Central Synagogue. While ordained as a rabbi, young Bogomolin has been acting as a ritual slaughterer for the Moscow Jewish community, making his headquarters at the Central Synagogue Part of the information was confirmed by an obscure, purely local newspaper published in Moscow at the house organ of the Moscow Militia. The newspaper, "Na Boyevom Postu." reported in its issue of Mar. 28 that four Jews had been arrested and indicted on charges of "illegal commercial activities" and "speculation in prices." Originally, it was learned, eight Jews were arrested in Moscow for trying to distribute matzoth. Four were released, while the remaining four, including young Bogomolin. may face more serious charges. Jewish National Fund pays tribute to its leaders and workers for outstanding service and achievement. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Wolfe Shklair. Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, JNF recording secretary, Mrs. Robert Garber, Mrs. Beatrice Schiffman, Mrs. Louis Lustig and Mrs. Abraham Mason. Standing (left to right) are Sam Schachno. JNF financial secretary; Robbi Morris Skop. guest speaker; Leon J. Ell. president JNF Council of Greater Miami; Ccntor Herman Gottlieb, gue?t artist; Harry Feld man; Johan L. Berman, JNF vice president; Benjamin Appel, JNF treasure!. V J Weizman Farband Features Comedian Meeting of the haim Weizman Branch Farband on Tuesday even ing. at Washington Federal Audi torium. Normandy Isle, will honor star of the Yiddish stage. Michl Gibson. Speaker will be Michael Sossin. whose topic will be "The Older American and the Farband." followed by a discussion period. Report on a picnic to be held July 7 at Greynolds Park will be given by Aaron Katz. Chairman of the Branch is Moe Lavin. Hosts for the evening will be Mr and Mrs. Irving Sachs. ELECT Revy Balkin WIKLER Miami Beach City Council Pull the Last Lever 1st 19-A on June 4 KfVY BALKIN WIRIER l',l [' J DURING THE WEEK US I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A Bter, I eould feel the electric reaction. Mr. Ben-Gurion turned sharpy away, his hands spasticallv clenching and unclenching. In fact, a growing number of Israelis openly confess to Herut dentification, which today boasts of some 22^" of the electorate; while in the last national balloting, Herut was the only party to gain. )n the one hand. Beigin and his followers may have wanted to show hat Mr. Ben-Gurion can't say and get away with anything he well Meases—and the Prime Minister's comments were indeed gratuitous and far from the point. On the other hand, they sought to prove their growing strength—a phenomenon of which Jews in the Western world are still today hardly aware. ,i" 00* %  W> *>•'" .*>* ,t N O" -,veo ** -,^ v < m 6* ^ ft ? <*e > et** e p* A tg^ftSa ***.&•-Tee** '_< %  rvVl **' o tf v !,• e t.Vv" 4 of *• ~iy~.. "-r ^ TJ.I PROPOSES FREE METER PARKING THROUGHOUT THE CITY AFTER 6 P.M. 1LIMINATE PARKING TICKFT WORRIES: ENCOURAGE LEISURELY SHOPPING. INCREASED BUSINESS FOR ALL WILL MORE THAN OFFSET PARKING REVENUE. LET'S GO FOR DOLLARS INSTEAD OF NICKELS. CALL JEHc,*on 2-3429 TO HEAR THE VOICE OF JOE MALEK PERSONALLY ON THE PHONE. VOTE JOE MALEK-PULL LEVER 10-A ^JSisa* Pel. POI. Adv. i pd IVVl%



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Page 8-A VjetvMi norkfinn Friday May 2!. 1363 Miami JFCS Receives Award Dr. Goodman JYS Director Assn. Head Jewish Family and Children's Service of Miami was the recipient of a national award from the Child Welfare League of America for ''meritorious service to unaccompanied Cuban refugee children." The presentation was made by Robert H. Collacott, president of the League, at the National Conference on Social Welfare in Cleveland, O., on May 23. The award, accepted by Leon D. Fisher, executive director of JFCS, in behalf of the agency, was given "as a testimonial of this agency's outstanding service to Cuban refugee children, of the devoted and imaginative response by its staff and board to the plight Robert H. Collacott, president of the Child Welfare League of of these displaced children, and America, presenting a scroll for "meritorious service to unof the magnificent demonstration accompanied refugee Cuban children" to Leon D. Fisher, ^TrS t,V a e gencS introv^ F^ £~£ F^ *"?* Sf ^^^ ^'^ homes for them." the national conference on social welfare. In honoring JFCS, the testimonial added, "the depth of concern for these children, the determination to find care for them, and the deep sense of responsibility to help individual children regardless of nationality and residence, which were evidenced, are qualities that the League honors and wishes to proclaim at its 43 annual meeting." During the past 18 months, JFCS has provided foster home Miami Window Airman Second Class William J. Sonne. of Miami Beach, has been reassigned to Okinawa following his graduation from the U.S. Air Force technical training course for air traffic controllers. He is the son of Mrs. Ruth Sonne, of 6844 Abbott Ave.. and a graduate of Miamj Beach Senior High School ... Dr. Edward R. Annis has been selected as "Outstanding American Citizen" by the Dade County Higlt School Chapter of Young Americans for Freedom, and will accept the award at a testimonial dinner June 8 at the Dupont Plaza Hotel ... The 1500 Men's Club of Morton Towers held its third annual installation of officers May 18 at the Barcelona Hotel. Judge Milton Friedman was master of ceremonies and guest speaker was Dr. Irving Lehrman. Installing officer was Samuel Seltzer ... The All-Miami Youth Symphony held its spring concert last Saturday evening at Dade County Auditorium. Numbering 79, the group represents outstanding musicians from 22 schools. Marchesani and Cohen, architects, have opened offices at 237 Westward Dr., Miami Springs. Both are graduates of Pratt Institute New York City, and registered Florida architects since 1960 Harold Abbott, Henry Gilbert, Jack J. Gold, William Rafkind and Fred Stone have received notification of membership in the 1963 Million Dollar Round Table of the National Association of Life Underwriters. Qualifications include the proviso that members must have sold at least a million dollars of life insurance in 1962 Westbrooke Country Club is one of the three sites being considered for the 1964 National Intercollegiate Four-wall Handball Tournament championships to be held next April. Westbrooke was the site of the 14th annual tournament held last month and is the only one ever to be considered as a repeat location two years in a row The Florida Handbag and Jewelry Salesmen's Association held its May Market Week at the Algiers Hotel. Charles Stone, president of the local group, said that 60 leading handbag and jewelry manufacturers participated in the showing. Harry Levy, regional director of South Florida for the Wabash Life Insurance Company of Indianapolis, was elected to serve on the board of directors of the South Florida Association of Health Underwriters Another glamorous assignment for motion picture and TV' make-up artist Ruth Regina She's been selected to apply the paint and powder to the CBS stars appearing on the network segment of the upcoming Miss Universe contest at Miami Beach Convention Hall the end of July Because husband Michael Stahl. of Louis and Aug ust, will be scouting the Parisienne beauty salons for coiffures to enhance milady, wife Adrienne will be able to sport a new hairoo evenday Miami Beach won't be able to view the results of the research until the couple return from an extended European sojourn. The Eli Crespis at Maxim's. He's president of Eli Motors, Miami Renault dealership which recently made the top five in Renault sales throughout the Western hemisphere ... A new executive jet transport in production at Aero Commander, Bethany, Okla., is apparently winning a lot of friends among the American corporate market. Mert Madden, president of Madden and Smith Aircraft here, says the first production model of the plane, the Jet Commander, won't be delivered until December but already some 30 American corporations have made firm orders for the S475.000 plane "Cold Spell, stay away from my door," says Don Sebastian, who entertains nightly with the Tiptoppers at the Miami Springs Villas Carriage Club. Sebastian has a six-acre farm near Davie where he stables horses and raises croton, hibiscus and ficus plants for various Dade and Broward contractors. The cold spell of several weeks back knocked out more than 500 young plants. Bikur Cnohm JEWISH CONVALESCENT HOME OF SOUTH FLORIDA 310 Collins Avenue JE 2-3571 MIAMI BEACH'S ONLY KOSHER NURSING HOME and HEALTH CENTER OFFERING THE NEWEST APPROACH Total Care — A Concept geared to Combine Social, Spiritual, Medical Needs of the Individual tor the Aging, Recuperative, and Chronically III. A CHEERFUL HOME OF WARMTH WITH EVERY CONVENIENCE INCLUDING ELEVATOR, TELEVISION, ETC. SIDNtr SltGU, Execvfive Dlrtclor (Formerly Ass't. Director of the Brooklyn Hebrew Home & Hospital for the Aged, Guarantees "UNDERSTANDING CARE") care for 116 unaccompanied Cuban children. The agency also provided professional casework ser-, vices and supervision to 42 refugee children living in the homes I of relatives. Jewish Family and Children's Service is a member agency of the Child Welfare League of America. It is supported through the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the United Fund of Dade County. Dr. Michael Goodman, executive director, Jewish Vocational Service in Miami, has been elected secretary to Region IV of the NationalAssociation of Sheltered Workshops and Homebound Pro grams. The organization covers operation of sheltered workshop programs in Tennessee, South .trc !" ,< Sincerely^. PULL LEVER 1 MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN &. Pel



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Page 4-A • Jfenisfi tier Mian Friday. May 31. 1963 ..,-, n.' %  Mi mt I "Jewish Floridlan OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET..... Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Publtstied every Friday since 1917 by The Jewish Floridlan at 120 N.E. Sixth Street, Miami 1. Florida. Second-Class Postage Paid at Miami, Florida. The Jewish Floridlan has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Assn., American Assn. o' English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. The Jewish Floridlan does not guarantee the Kashruth of the merchandise advertised In Its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RAT ES t Local Area Om Ysar S6.00 Three Years 110.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 36 Number 22 Friday, May 31, 1963 8 Sivan 5723 AMERICANS DO NOT KNOW THE FACTS The story of the German scientists in Egypt has hardly touched the American mind, not because the American mind is incapable of understanding it or being concerned about it, but because the story must first be told. By this we do not mean that the Administration and its various branches are deliberately blocking the story. The truth more likely seems to be that they, themselves, are as yet insensitive to the broader mplications of the situation, and thus consider as exaggerated Israel's obvious anxiety. What our Government sees is an increasing Nasser propensity toward a "truer" neutralism—a neutralism bending slightly away from Moscow. This, of course, is as fictitious as bnything can be in the matter of Egypt's peaceful and friendly intentions. If Nasser seems more "perpendicularly" neutral these days, it is merely that Uncle Sam's dollars have momentarily propped him up and, incidentally, supported his successfully aggressive campaigns of conquest in Yemen, Syria, and Iraq to the worst interests of the United States. Dollar and containment diplomacy in this regard, long ago proved to be ineffective, again views the possibility of the German scientists having gone Eastward — a possibility that would have exiled them forever rather than bringing sanctimonious statements from Bonn that men, even scientists, have the right to free self-determination. Hence, in our Government's view, the scientists in Cairo are nothing to worry about. We predict they will be plenty to worry about in the years ahead. If Israel, and Jews generally, feel the pressure today, it is merely that they are, and rightly, ultra-sensitive to the immediate aim of Nasser and his store-bought technology — the elimination of Israel and the resumption of the Nazi campaign against the remainder of world Jewry. But history should surely have taught the lesson that Hitler never meant to stop once he destroyed the Jews — as the U.S. so sadly learned during the bloody European campaigns of World War II. SHAVUOTH 1963 ZALMAN SHAZAR BECOMES THIRD PRESIDENT; WAS ISRAEL'S FIRST MINISTER OF EDUCATION By JOSHUA H. JUSTMAN Jerusalem The Knesset has elected Israel's third President to succeed the late Itzhak Ben-Zvi. He is Zalman Shazar, a 73-year-old scholar, writer and veteran labor leader, who was Israel's first Minister of Education and is now a member of the executive of the World Zionist Organization in Jerusalem. The choice of Mr. Shazar, once known as Zalman Rubashov, received wide initial support of the Socialist and religious parties and, although Herat and the Liberals put forward a candidate of their own—the leader of the Liberal Party Peretz Bernstein—they were quick to underscore that it was not aimed at registering any reservations with regard to the person of Mr. Shazar. Rather it was aimed at making the point that they do not consider the choice of a President from among {he ranks of Mapai as a matter of course. Mr. Shazar first came to Palestine 52 years ago, in 1911. Hit stay in the country then was • sort time, ha loft to complete his studios, but it was since that day that his work and life bocame bound up with the struggle for the revival of the Jewish Homeland. He returned at the end of World War I. already as one of the lead-, mg figures of the Poale Zion and! as a scholar of repute. Together] with Berl Katzenelson and Itzhak I Ben-Zvi, he worked in laying the i foundations of the labor movement, j at the same time becoming a cen-, tral figure and driving force in I the field of scholarship and litera1 ture. In 1922 he accepted an invi-l tation to teach at the Pedagogi-i cal Institute of Prof. Zvi Chayes] in Vienna, where his time was divided between teaching and work at the European headquarters of Poalei Zion. His time thus remained divided throughout the years to come. He returned "for good" in 1924, and was elected a member of the I Histadrot Secretariat, together with David Ben-Gurioo and other founders of the Federation of Labor. When the organ of the Histadrut, the daily "Davar," was founded in 1925 by Beryl Katzenelson, Mr. Shazar was invited to join its editorial board. Later, upon the I death of Mr. Katzenelson, he became editor-in-chief, a post be 1 held until 1949 when he was called upon to join the Cabinet of the : newly born State of Israel as its 1 first Minister of Education. i In succeeding Itzhak Ben-Zvi, Mr. Shazar occupies tho seat of his closest friend whom ho first met 57 years ago, in 1904, at a j during (he week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN conference of Poalei Zion in Minsk. Ben-Zvi was then a student at the Kiev University, but had already been to Palestine. Ben-Zvi addressed that meeting in Russian; Shazar—then 16 years old— translated it into Hebrew. "It's since that year that our great friendship lasted," says Mr. Shazar. Since that day until the very last moments of Mr. Ben-Zvi's life. Those rather short biographical notes can hardly convey Mr. Shazar's colorful personality. A fiery orator, a great scholar, a brilliant writer whose prose ranks among the best in modern Hebrew literature—each of these would suffice to make him stand out, as would his boundless devotion and unrelenting work in the field of Hebrew education. However, If we were to point out his greatest quality, it would be his symbolizing the continuity of the Jewish tradition, combining within himself, in extraordinary exceli lence and scope, the past and the present, all bent towards the mori row. It is this great quality that ; makes him feel equally at home at a labor rally and at a gathering of rabbis or Hassidim—and loved and admired by both. These are the qualities that make his election as Israel's third i President so natural to all. J ERUSALEM—Prime Minister Ben-Gurion came floating into the room beneath ,i halo of white hair that pillows as he walks. His cherubic appearance belies the cold iron of which he is made. Within minutes.-he embroiled Israels Parliament in the noisiest and most unruly session in its hiv tory. Even hardened cor respondents like William Blair. of the New York Times, and Al Rosenfeld. of the Her.ild Tribune, confessed to being excited by what they heard and saw. Ben Gurian was scheduled to deliver the concluding part of a major foreign policy address he had begun the week before The word was out that he planned a sharp rebuke of the Kennedy position on the arms race in the Middle East. But the Prime Minister operates in his own unperturbed way; often it opens on a seemingly mnocent note of historical or literary reminiscence. Last week. Mr. Ben Gurion traced the beginnings of the fir-t Aliyah to Israel, predating Theodor Herzl. before getting down to what was really on his mind. The inclination in him is a kind of self hypnosis, eternally suggesting the pedagogue, and dedicated to justifying the renascence of a Jewish state in our time'. On this occasion, the Prime Minister took a more direct route, launching into an attack against the Herat Pary and its leaders, who earhr criticized the first section of his foreign policy presentation. But the directness was. itself, a circumlocution. Within in a stunning reference to an ancient work called "Diary of a Fascist," Mr. Ben-Gurion in very specific terms accused the Herat Party of having glorified Adoll Hitler and Nazism as a good of a nationalist movement. ••• %  **• MAPAI SITS IN STRANGE SIltNCt M R. BEN-GURION JOl no further, A shout broke out from I section. Menachem Beigin, leader of the party, led the attack. ••This i> a -caudal.' he cried somewhat hysterically, And I peatedly: "Yesh Gvul" "Then > a limit.'' other Herul men sisted Ben Gurion had no right to mention the name of llitl>i liament, At one point. 1 could hear Beigin call Hen Gurion .i %  ..in-an act of verbal agression that, in January, 1952. had pended for a brief period of lime. Speaker Kaddish Liu banged the rostrum with his gavel and again. "I demand you sit down," Mr. Luz shouted at The Prime Minister removed hi> glasses, leaned on his elbow and calmly, almost half humorously, surveyed the fracas. After j while. he turned to Mr. Luz and asked in a whisper I could hear Hah Yesh?"—"What's coming off here? What have I said that caused all of this?" It was an innocence he would not be able easily to defend In any case, the shouting continued for more than five minutes. Finally. Mr. Luz threatened to close the session. At my side sal Mr John Karefa-Smart, Foreign Minister for Sierra Leone, in blue s'.nped flowing robes and an exquisitely embroidered red velvet hat He took the whole scene in with ravenous eyes, particularly noting the joy of Moshe Sneh and his Communists over the fracas, and recalling the Khrushchev shoe-banging episode he had witnessed at the I S Throughout it all, the Mapai sat strangely silent, except it <>ne point when Minister of Finance Levi Eshkol turned to the Herat benches and joined in the shout-fest. But Foreign Minister Golda Meir and Minister of Justice Dov Joseph, among others, remained impassive. It goes without staying that Minister of Education and Culture Abba Eban had his nose buried in a statement he nU fanning, polishing and repolishing. •;• •:• ••• THf GMMAN QUESTION WB AGAIN l/ADDISH LUZ, as is now common knowledge, did of courwalk out on the session, which lorced Ben-Gurion and his accusers to sit down. There followed almost three solid hours of inter party caucus upstairs, with the Prime Minister never once leavir J the floor, except when Mr. Luz. acting in the role of mediator on him to try to work the Parliament out of the impasse into which he had seemingly thrown it. The resolutions proposed, those Mr. Ben-Gurion rejected al I finally accepted, as well as the near-censure Menachem Beigin nearly suffered for his singularly unparliamentary' behavior—these are less significant today than the Prime Minister's reason for his attack. His ultimate purpose, after all, and which he finally achieved, was to advise Mr. Kennedy that a cessation of the arms race in the Middle East within the framework of the American President', terms would be no cessation at all—that it would in fact bring a halt to the flow of arms to Israel, but that military aid to Nasser and Egypt would continue to flow unhampered from the Soviet Union Thus, Mr. Ben-Gurion implied, Israel had no alternative except to seek her own strength in her own way, unless President Kennedy grew more realistic. But what was the cause for the rest of the uproar that had Mrs. Ben-Gurion, fearful over her husband's health. anxiously pace the floor of the Parliament crying "Oy, Veto." and Minister of Agriculture Moshe Dayan, tired-lookmg and bored, repeatedly inquiring of anyone who would listen: "Will somebodv pleaM tell me what's going on?" h,T! ,e a M SWer Ues in the issue of the German scientists in Esypi. which still remains hotly-debated today. As a matter of fact, the enure question of Israel German relations is supercharged with the sort of emotion in this country that elicits the most partisan reac man„ff ? S L ,r ," m ho da y s ot the first announcement of Israel's West rJZ* S? ubm ** in g"s for the Federal Republic of West Germany, Prime Minister Ben-Gurion has remained a symbol SatIS '.K "V* 1 d business and .* ttndly with the land that designed the slaughter of six million Jews in our time. •:• -:• •:CWWIWC STRENGTH Of HERUT fAtTT gUT THE HYSTERICAL debate in Parliament here was more than of UrL'r. 8 ^ 0ppo t i on P ar, y reaction to Ben-Gurion's recent firing ?Jr whl ."" amed SeCUri,y Chief whom everyone knows here and allv reahshr 7T' 6Wn th SC '" favor of th Prime Minister > basicireth h P r r n5,pflllCy had reat apathy. was. In short. It was In i? ma £" U *' ,he scien,is,s included, able snht !" incrcas n *y externalized expression of the unri fhe three hour cT ^ "&H Mapai and Herut. At one po he floor of Pri? VNhe Menach <-m Beigin briefly re.ur the floor of Parliament to pass within several feet of the Prim %  Continued on Pag* 6 A



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|gy. May 31. 1 963 GEMS OF WISDOM The voice that sounded at Sinai never silenced. — M. STEINBERG. fhat is the meaning of Sinai' mountain oj ichirh sinah ftios' |y> toward idolatry descended. i U.MUD. • )tir father* sustained many a \hty struggle for independence. ermmed to refuse obedience to \onqucrors behest. —ANAN B. AN AN. • • )nlv he is free who cultivates \vwn thoughts, and (trivet With' fear of man to do justice to B. AI:ERBACM. *Jeis§> ftcridKaur? Page 13-A Sn C7L Tfta/m OfJHi Involved Facts Easy to Face in Early Stage icrnti s fCeliaious tJL^ife htestion £* By RABBI NOMAN N. SHAPIRO Beth David Congregation Nearly 200 years ago, Edmund Burke, the English social philosopher, forewarned his contemporaries: "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." How prophetic his words have been through the past two centuries. How meaningful his admonition is today. It is to be regretted that the forces making for decency, fair play and hard work have not succeeded, is it that in the process of generally speaking, in living up to blessing the new moon after their responsibilities and commitappears it is required to utnients. Unfortunately many trouble tr a statement to the effect s Pts in our world today are acat "King David of Israel, tentuated by the indifference of good people who are content to sit back and let things take place. The Rabbis of old used the expression "Slitikah kehodayah damya"—silence or inaction is equivalent to tacit admission of acquiescence in riiort, we must be acRABBI SAMUEL J. FOX ives and exists forever?' ?re are various explanations lb, First of all. the disapHjCfl and reappearance of 1000 JB said to be a g) mbol ic coming and going of the >h State. It has had these JS stages throughout historj krly times we had a country temple and a king, We lost, led it and again lost it. The tarance of the moon gives ^pe that the lost kingdom will day be re which and was reinstated. *^ efVICfl B:30 p.m. Sermon: "North and South I'nlted by Eternal Truths." Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "<: i : :'',; v i wi honor V" !'"'' -MM"'."'" Manners." Saturday 8:46 am. i Albert Felngold and other* killed In i wars, Saturday !• a.m. BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Friday 6:48 p.m. Saturday 8:10 a.m. Sermon "Alertlnf the Ranks of the %  lust." Mlncha 6:30 p.m. BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fine. RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO words of sages BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman. Fi Ida.' 6 is -p.m. Saturday :> a m. and 8:30 p.m. BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington tually aware ot the harm good men do. however unwittingly, through' ave. orthodox. Rabbi Tibor stem. their errors of omission. In Yiddish we use suggestive and descriptive ,. C anto '' Maurice Mamehee. ,, ind.i'. 8:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a m, expressions, such as, one possessing "Kooteh kavonos —'good mten-l Serm.n: "Thi Fair Sabbath Law." turns." no matter how badly the situation may turn out. %  BETH KODES • 1f8 7Y )U 12th ave 'I here are those who are content to do nothing because thev are Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max firm believers in the futility of present day existence. They remind pjfjj^ 6:30"!^ ^'saturda^'s'is instated BS was the 0IK "^ Ecclesiastei in the Bible who said, "Havail havalim hakol havel" a.m. Sermon: "The Priestly Beiiediminished, ..'.sap; ; %  ?' i n,, >" of vani,it s a ls vanity"-that is, everything is for naught. &'££. s 6 s 0 p m m ""fift ;*."', The following reasoning is employed: "My participation or say is not be messed." TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase ave. Liberal, Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Friday Brl5 p.m. Saturday 10:48 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Brian, son ot Mr. and Mi Bernard \\ • Idi i David, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Carlton D. Klein. e TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Friday s:3o p.m. Sermon: "Spirit of Jealousy." Ban Mltavah: Zella Rai i ioldsi h< ..l Saturdaj 9 10 a.m. Beu Milzvah: Andres Brooke Qoldacheld i-.i and Bar Mltsvahs are twin son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Qene i loldschi .'i going to alter anything, so why bother. There are plenty of people BETH RAPHAEL* I^NW 3rd ave > TEMPLE EM/NUEL. 1701 washing. who like the honor and the activity. Let them preoccupy themselves! Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secre-' 1 t 0 ",. 3 "'Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Hirsh Adier. Friday Mlncha 'i p.m. Saturday 9 a in. Bar Mltsvah: David, son of opes were not entirely in Others claim that this, was used as a secret messi tary. Irlday 6:30 p.m. fed, modern history has r.f t ?£ u 2V he f r e es, abl ,K h ; w i,h such affairs jl ,hey are so inc ned -' of the State of Israel, that; ,. ,„ „ ,. ... There are those who rationalize and say: "Lets live quietly andi B ETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. orundisturbed ... let others get involved in controversy and discord." I thdox. Rabbi j oteph E Rackovsky. esult of these do-nothing, do-not-take-a-stand attitudes is govern1sermon: •"pfe'ty" ffhhln toe'mme. demonstrate that the p^^ ^nt or organization or Synagogue by default. Human beings, who work ot _,), %  ^-jtat^jr,,." p.m. *f blessing the new moon had s,t ld v by P eTmlt difficulties to be compounded and explosive situaH been abandoned The Tal-' ,ions ,0 accumulate Today, people must be ready to stand up and [Rosh Hashanah 25a) tells us' b c counted either for or against freedom. In our critical times we ''when a rabbi wanted Rabbi! ask whcre is our fai,h in God wnicn strengthened us in the past? In to tell him that he had' our P resent cr is where is our moral sensitivity and conscience when r Prformed the commandment assaul,s on our freedom are ,aki g place (t0 P ara P hrase the Prayer derating the new month, he i Book) %  %  %  !" > !" n g"o" an < nl 8 ht ? 1 him to use these words as I remember reading about an old Jewish lady who brandished a of coded message. broom in the face of Nazi tanks as her city was overrun by the Ger BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday S:.10 p.m. installation of ofMr. and .Mrs. Kmll Morton. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornitein. Friday B:18 p.m. Sermon: 'What a Tear this Has Been." TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown. i-ima,> %  .. p.m. I nsiana 11011 111 1.1.. .j .. c „ ^. v __ ^.. filers and ilireelors Satunlnv *>4S • %  rlday B:1S p.m. Teachers and stua'm" ilar Ml evahV .in," Li of "•" ."' '-,!;""-"" n ^"' ^J !" Mr. and Mis. Arthur Sie K el : St. -pheii. V ." i J P ;inU 'J, Ia ?". son eon of M,. and Mrs. Albert Zern. \ ot Mr ""' Mrs *>' nave a PPeared to the "Myrmidons of Destruc-ir, p.m. "Bthloa of the Fathers" > linn Tltic ; t 1 .* lrnmnn l-tnai hot" a(ff\v4 \trQC O faoKlo fltia Kilt chp .._.. : tion.' This little woman knew her effort was a feeble one, but she to Balur of the letters that go; Bking up his slogan is iden'wanted God and the world to know on which side she stood. To the numerical value of M a >" conclude with this observation from an ancient Chinese wise rds that make up the phrase m an Laotzu. who lived in the sixth century B.C.E.: "The most involved Chodesh," (First of the fact in the world could have been faced when it was simple. The Others claim that this" biggest problem in the world could have been solved when it was is recited because it is small." ^nally contended that the. Does this sound like an echo of the Talmudic dictum of Shammai of figuring our calendar 2,000 years ago?—"Emor me'at ve'asay harbey" "Say little and do en handed down by the 1 much" (Pirke Avot 1:153 It is to be hoped, please God, that our genof David (Cuzari 2:64. eration will never forfeit Us basic rights and freedom by doing little I and saying much. our David Congregation 1 congregation w a s reorganized, I and the name changed to Beth ivid Congregation. Great Davjd ,„ hat year slte was it s pioneer synagogue. finally organized in 1912, name of B'nai Zion. It this original beginning twenty odd synagogues in born. In 1917, the c onareaations V:::.:, .-i "> %  %  'in %  '' This page is prepared in j 1 cooperation with the Spiritual \ : Leaders of the Greater Miami j Rabbinical Assn. purchased at the corner of N.E. 2nd Ave. and 7th St. By 1920, the|| rapidly expanding Jewish popula-|| tion of Greater Miami made it necessary for the congregation to purchase a new site at N.W. 3rd Ave,. and in 1925, Beth David engaged the first permanent rabbi in our community, and established the first religious school. Not too many years later, because of the growth of the membership of Beth David, it became apparent that the physical facilities located at N.W. 3rd Ave. were inadequate, and on Mar. 13, 1949, ground was broken at S.W. 3rd Ave. and 26th Rd., which location Beth David now occupies. The synagogue, the largest in Florida, is 80 by 240 feet, and has provision for seating more than 1600 congregants. It is Roman Corinthian in design, and has an open rotunda at the main entrance, with eight massive columns supporting a dome 50 feet in diameter, which extends over part of the synagogue. By doubling its classroom space, Beth David is now able to comfortably accommodate its school enrollment of six hundred, from AABBl MAX A. LIPSCHITZ Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF Gtns of Wisdom m MJII: i::.ii'..i*:nwniimininiilnimmiiiaiHiiiiliiiiiiiMi;iiiiN.iiiij nursery to post-confirmation level. Beth David's facilities include a ballroom, of some 7,500 square feet, which adjoins the main sanctuary. This now permits the entire membership and their families to worship together under one roof. The ballroom, known as Spector Hall, has been the scene of many gala weddings, theatre parties, receptions, concerts, dinners and dances. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro is the spiritual leader. Lewis Sternshein is president of the congregation. Louis Seitlin is Men's Club president, and Mrs. Louis Seitlin is president of the Women's Auxiliary. Lewis Cohen is president of the Young Marrieds Group. What i| notional freedom if not a people's inner freedom to cultv MM its abilities along the beaten Pudi >/ its history. AHAD HAAM. DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Friday S:Hil i>.m. Sermon: "Satanic ESlementa in Today'Society." Saturday S::;II a.m. S.rnion: "Portion of the Week." Mlncha 6:15 p.m. FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. Friday 8:48 p.m. Saturday it .t.in. Bar Mltsvah: Ricky Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Qene Stl uhl. FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "The Racial Revolution." Mr. and Mrs. Lmliir Bplefel will host Ones Shabbat In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Selen'a 20th anniversary. HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 555 W. 49th St., Hi.ileah Reform. • —— ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday S:30 a.m. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Self. MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. em Traditional. ModOHEV SHALOM. *11 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. —— • — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th et. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. FYlday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd at.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Morris Berger. Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tubln. Minctia 6:30 p.m. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Friday 8:10 p.m. Monthly Toroh Service. Sermon: "The Supreme Court, Hilde IteadinK and Prayer ill the Schools." Saturday 11:15 p.m. Mar Mltavah: Jonathan, eon of Halibi and Mrs. Herbert Maunmard. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jafle. FVIdaj 8:18 p.m. Pulpit fueat, Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday fi:3() p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. sermon: 'Portion of the Law." Mar Mitzvah: Howard, son of Mr. and .Mrs. .lack Edwards. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Saturday v l~i a.m. ilraduatlon exerclaea. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Friday B:18 p.m. Sermon: "Commandmenta va. Committments." Conflrmanda win participate in the serVlce. Saturday 11 a.m. Mar Mltsvah: Bandy, son of Dr. and Mrs. Norman Jaffe. TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner. Klein. Friday 1:11 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. •—— e TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben Oickson. FMday 1:11 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "MurdensJ of Life." Mar Milzvah: David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rich. TIFERETH I8RAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Qlantz. Friday S:30 p.m. Sermon: "Modern Jewish Martyrs." Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Week." Bar Mitzvah: Nathan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benn. YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Cantor Maurice Neu. rviday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 st. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Our Glorious Brothers." Mlncha 6:30 p.m. ".I %  !.:. I !'..'• -.ill !. IP CANDLEUGHTING TIM 8 Sivan — 6:50 p.m.



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Friday, May 31. 1963 "-Jewlst Mpiridicmn Page 5-A Gov. McKe/din at Waxman Tribute I. COy. THEODORE K. McKElDIN notional leader %  £* PABBI AlfRlO WAXMAN devoted service MARTIN HAMMER dinner chair Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin. national leader, will he guest speak" at the Temple Zion-Israel din ner of tribute honoring Rabbi Al fred Waxman on Sunday night, in the Napoleon Room of theDean \'lle Hotel. The 7:30 p.m. dinner will be preceded by a reception. Former goverror of the State of Maryland and now mayor of the city of Baltimore, McKeldin has gained international recognition as an outstanding exponent of mutual understanding between rations, races and religions. McKeldin was selected as the first president of the American-! Israel Friendship Society, an or-' ganization consisting of" national leaders of all faiths in the fields of art, business, education, labor, literature, politics and religion/ uho believe that there is a need, for a continuous and non-political expression to the friendship which' exists between the two countries.! Heading the committee in charge of arrangements for the dinner are Hyman Potash, president of Temple Zion, and Martin Hammer, dinner chairman, assisted by Bernard Jaffe, president of the Men's Club, and Mrs. Max Feinstein, Educators Alliance Honors Veterans Hebrew Educators Alliance of Greater Miami will honor two vice presidents, Miss Nettie Goldstein and Meyer Samberg, both veterans in the field of Jewish education, I iifinal meeting of the year. Saturday night, at Beth Israel. Miss Goldstein, who has completed 13 yearof teaching at Temple Beth sholom. Miami Beach, ia graduate of the Teachers Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary, and of Columbia University, NY. and has done graduate work at New York Universitj. She has studied and taught at Bel Berl in Israel, and teaches English to foreign born for the Dade County Hoard of Public Instruction. Before coming to .Miami. Miss Goldstein was administrator an I head teacher of the Hebn .' %  School at the Societj tor Advancement oi Judaism in N v Meyer Samberg has -pent 25 in the field i I Jew ish education. A graduate oi Yeshivah Rabbi Jacob Joseph and of Brooklyn College, be has done graduate work at Cornell, Rutgers, and Dropsie College. Before coming to Miami, Samberg headed the Hebrew High School departments of Anshe Emeth Schools in Chicago, and 1 served as principal of the Jewish Education Center in Philadelphia.; During World War II he served overseas as instructor of foreign languages for American officers. %  Jo JLjo


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Page 14-A Lmi^hnaktiam Friday. May 31, 1963 a F 2 h I H o \ J 6 J t o 1 i i c < i a \ i J < i 1 t t ( 1 I i Browsing With Books: HILARY MINPL1N Story and Song of Jewish History on Tikva Records THE WORLD OF SHOLOM ALEJCHEM. Tikva Records, 1650 Broadway. 33 1/3 rpm Ip, high fidelity. T-28. SAM. I N MAY 1953, Howard Da Silva and Arnold Perl presented a theatre evening in English which included "A Tale of Chelm" and "The High School" by Sholom Aleichem, and I L. Peretr* best-loved short story, 'Bontsche Sihweig." The evening, which was a great success, was redone a year or so ago on television. Now the record is available. The cast includes Da Silva as Mendele the Bookseller; Morris Carnovsky plays The Melamed in "Chelm."' the Presiding Angel in "Bontsche Sehweig." and Aaron Katz. the lather, in "The High School." Other roles are taken by Ruby Dee. repeating her marvelous performance of the Defending Angel, Pearl Somner. Gilbert S. Green, and David Pressman. %  %  •. dramatization was written by Arnold Perl; direction is by Da Silva; and music is by Serge Hovey and Robert de Cormier. Even without the visual imperative to swing the soul back into the dear dead days, the accept of language and philosophy and the rich, wry laughter make this the memorable monument which ShoJom Aleichem himsell thought was best. • • GEMS OF THE SYNAGOGUE. David KusavHsky. Herman Zali and Choir. Produced by Allen B. Jacob* Tikva Records, 33 1/3 rpm Ip micro hieh fidelity; T-55. $4.98. "IAM Cantor David Kusevitsky. whose fame began in the Vilna Great Synagogue, continued at London's Hendon Svnagogue. and remains unabated at Temple Emanu El Copifol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Gap Growing Between Executive and Congress of Boro-Park, Brooklyn, sings OH. this record se\tr,! „i his own interpolations as well as some b> Herman Zalis, choir director at Boro Park. The record includes Yisgadal, Val Yedei. Brich Siiemi and Hamaavir Bonov; B'roch Hashono, aM Han". shomo Loch by I. Kaminsky and Ovinu Malkeinu by Khotiner. Cantor Kusevitsky is blessed with a ma-m ficcnt voice and the musical ability to go with it The record—technically as well M musically—is excellent SING AND DANCE WITH THE RHYTHM AND SONGS OF ISRAEL. By Jack and Harriet Golden. Produced by Allen B. Jacobs. Tikva Records, 33 1 I r pm high fidelity. T-52. $4.98. Jack and Harriet Golden (Goldstein), who did Ex dus in Son" which was reviewed here recently, ai • back with a selection of fifteen Hebrew song*. The -iyie~ range from the moving "Anachnu." Harriet's warm and sweet-voiced "Hudi Chamudi." to the charming "Finjan" and. again, Harriet's lovely delivery of Alst ,i Yom Kinneret." The diction is exceptionally clear, althougn Ihe lack of written words to accompany the SODgs \ m m ways Boenta a drawback to me. %  Washington A GAP IS growing between Congress' and Ihe Executive Department on he issue ol Arab-American relations. 01 are in prospect. Congressonal demands are forthcoming that ceri In Arab diplomats be ousted from he United States lor denouncing mem-ITS of Congress. A mood has meanJ.xhile swept Congress for severance of further American aid. loans, and grants to the United Arab Republic. The State Department is meanwhile seeking closer ties with President Nasser of the United Arab Republic's i "'" %  foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN I A Curious Resignation Jerusalem T HE RESIGNATION of the head of Israel's Security Services has sidetracked the campaign against the work of German scientists for Nasser's war machine into another opposition attack against Prime Minister Ben-Gurion's policy on Germany, Chiefly, this development was the result of Ben-Gurion's unrcaainess to explain to the Knesset's Foreign Affairs and Security Committtee the circumstances that led to his resignation. The official Government announcement said the resignation came after "the Prime Minister did not accept his political evaluation;" but B.G. declined to state what that evaluation was and how it differed from his own. While a number of points remain clouded, there is ground to assume that Bcn-Gurion was not opposed to the initial publication of the details concerning the activities of the German scientists in Egypt; this became necessary following the arrest of Yosef Ben-Gal and the Austrian scientist Otto Jukelik. However, it appears, Ben-Gurion became alarmed over the turn these publications took, developing into a press campaign against the Bonn Government, bound to undermine his carefully nourished Israel-German reconciliation policy based on vital defense and security considerations. BenGurion felt the campaign was bound to distort in the public's mind the true concept of Israel's security problems. Erroneously, some observers took Ben-Gurion's move to indicate a reservation on his part to the publication of details regarding the work of German scientists on non-conventional weapons; and from this the inferrence was drawn that these rael has no doubt regarding the accuracy of the charges were unsubstantiated. The fact is that Isinformation in its possession on this score; whether or not it can be "proved" is another—and complex—matter. Ben Gurion felt, however, that by too much stress on the point of the non-conventional weapons, the more immediate and indeed more acute danger of the missiles being developed by the German scientists was being obscured. The reaction of the spokesman of the U.S. State Department could not have but evoked puzzlement here. To say the least. The spokesman stated that the U.S. had "no proof regarding the work in Egypt on barred weapons and, in the same breath, added that the U.S. was greatly concerned with "the race in the production of barred weapons" in the Middle East. This, quite obviously, was a puzzling statement. Because if there was no proof that N s MOT was engaged m the production of such weapons—why the concern? new multinational structure, linking Egypt. Syria, and Iraq. Despite the CAR proclamation that the new union will "liberate'" Palestine and crush Israel, a nation friendly to Amenta, state Department officials now urge increased conceaaions and assistance to the l AR. Members o£ Congress of both parties have deplon Nasser's use ol ex-Nati scientists lo build missiles, concentration that signed armistice agreements with Israel in m • Each commission consists of an equal number of Isrw i and Arabs (Irom the countries concerned), with a "V" j military observer as chairman. When we get word tna Israel (or an Arab state) had complained to the t• about i real or alleged violation of an armistice sgre • ment—there are the mixed commissions that theoretic* • 1> hear the complaints. The word "theoretical" is important. The machineiy does not work with the same efficiency In ; |l! Wl caseor at all times. For instance, the Egyptian K 1 ,. Mixed Armistice Commission has been dormant now' i nearly seven yean. After the Sinarcampaign in '• %  "' %  Israel declared the armistice with Egypt void I"**" ol Bgypt's belligerency and failure to comply terms <>f its armistice pact. Until Egypt with Insistence that a state of belligerence exists bel country and Israel—that MAC remains dormant. The Syrian-Israeli Mixed Armistice Coinim other story. There, the Israelis and the Syri. in Mt together. So. while the two sides do not sit does discuss grievances, separately, witl chairman of that commission. i



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Friday, May 31. 1983 +Jm>isti FkurkUan Page 7-B Mesivta Graduation Set For Sunday Leaders of work groups at recent Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, board workshop at Temple Israel. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim, Mrs. William Altman. Mrs. William I. Brenner, vice president; Mrs. Sidney Lewis, national board member; Mrs. Aaron Farr, former interstate regional president and national board member; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, national vice president. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Theodore Berman, vice president; Mrs. Harold Zeeman, financial secretary; Mrs. Marvin Zank, treasurer; Mrs. Joseph Geicher, assistant financial secretary; Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, past president, Miss Grace Goodman, national southern interstate regional field secretary; Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin, president. Israelite Center First Graduation 37th Confirmation For Temple Israel Israelite Center Sunday School held it.' :.:-\ graduation exorcises on SftlU .. i veiling m the social hall. Keyn T.Moll. Howard fcJ. Will.ii. Fred A, Welllech, Thomaa U Polien, Melvin Jay Luskin. Jack C. Miller, Jeffrej Miles Ram, Arthur M. Km./.. Joalah William Meyer, I'hiliii Charley Genet, Benjamin Rottoff, Ira Heeht, Rnberl tloldbergi Avorj Alan I'gent, Daniel s. Btokola, l>:i\i.l H. Metllka, Uuy <1. Splegelman, D.nnis Richard Learner, Stephen E. Farrow WES CABANArtND COUI OKE Y CLUB Now you can have a locker or cabana membership at Westbrooke either for 6 months or for a year Monthly rentals are also available so ... TAKE YOUR PICK $100 $200 $250 $300 $350 Decide today to Have a Westbrooke Summer ... for you and your entire family. It's so easy w th our new price policy. See all of Westbrooke today. TmJr* lh, Fnt Stlf-Ouldtd Tour thru BR rtfeLe^J^TRY CLUB .Jw MwSZ-JUST* ? FF TH* ,Al*TTO .I.rn Miirkou-ttz, Ki'ki Mayer, JIU Meyer, lo-Ann Meyers, Gilbert Morgan, Bruce Myers, Clifford Newmark, Kent Novell, Nancy Oppenli.nn.r. l:ailmra Parker, Andrea rerl i, k Linda Perry, Patty Pollak, Janlne lunch, Rlckl Rausln, Judith Bobbin, l.onis Rochklnd, Howard Rosendorf, Jr., Mlchaele Ruben, Jill Rubin, JoAnn Saver, Blliabeth Salkln, Philip Kcheinberir, Carla Serotta, Audrey Shore, Richard Singer, William Sklar, i ii da Slote, Natalie Bpilka, Elle< n Steinberg' Robert Stone, Sara Stevens, S T. Tavlor, Janice Wall, Julie Warren, Nanc) Watson, Martin winkle. Christine White, David Williams, Oary Wolfson, Marrl Wynn. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NfEOS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All Your Furniture, Clothing, linens, Dishes, Drapes, Etc. PLEASE CALL US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 Closed Saturdays AUTHOtlZID DIALER Ream* 'HSARING AIDS $50 to $285 farvto* All M.ki ItlUnn — M.I* STANLEY GOULD 1231 Llnciln late (At Altg.fi R.J T M S Treew Trteto—T.ran ..... Pkeae i* MtU —— A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 94401 YOUR INSPECTION INVITED FREE VAULT STORAGE A> Bring in your winter garments B We clean them CWe hang all garments on individual hanger and store them FREE for six months. All you pay are regular cleaning charges and 1~ of the vol. (M!n. S100.00 Val.) Pay nothing until the day you take your storage out! TfRIIHtir-COLD FUR £ STORAGE b> v AULfM ^m^ <"*" %  AHY-FUR STOLE-CAPE OR COAT STORED FOR HEAR $045 f REE III AND OUT SERVICE VAL. IH IXUCfli MAPlfe TNE WORD FOR QUALITY CLEANING, LAUNDRY AND STORAGE 1201 20th Street, M.B. Corner Alton Road Vault Hrs. 7 A.M. to 6 P.M. Store Hrs. 7 A.M. to 9 P.M. JE 8-6104


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the W ovnan s lltorU "dfewisli FloridSan Miami. Florida, Friday, May 31, 1963 Section B Israel Bonds Women's M' ss Bernstein Wil1 Division Breakfast Meet Enthusiastic pledges that efforts: on behalf of Israel Bonds in the| forthcoming year by major or! ganizations and synagogues will be i greater than ever before keynoted | W>reakfast meeting last Friday [morning at the home of Mrs. Ann;i Brenner Meyers, chairman of the Women's Division of the Is[rael Bond Organization. Attending were presidents and [representatives of many woman's [organization in Greater Miami and nearly all synagogues and temples. Reports on recent events on behalf of Israel Bonds and (plans for future events were pre vented by the organization and synagogue representatives. Special guest was Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom, national vice chairman for synai gocues for the State of Israel JKoi.d Organization, A brief repor, on •vcuall plans for the 1963 Israel Bond effort was made by Dr. (Aaron Kahan. executive director of (he Greater Miami Organization. Mr Max WeitZ, firmer Worn n'a Division chairman, discussed the role of women in the overall! community program for Israel; Bonds. Reporting on recent Israel Bond events and forthcoming plans for their organizations were: Mrs. Simon April, Beth Emeth; Mrs. Louis Baron, ORT; Mrs. Nat Barth, Hadassah; Mrs. Sam Belsky, Temple Menorah; Mrs. Jonah Caplan, Temple Adath Ycshurun; Mrs. Harry Chaet, Pioneer Worn en; Mrs. Max Feinstein, Temple Zion; Mrs. Henrietta Fine, Temple Ner Tamicl; Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Temple Emanu-El. Also Mrs. Harvey Kramer, American Jewish Congress; Mrs. Fmanuel Pollock, National Council of Jewish Women; Mrs. Joseph i Rambam. Beth Kodesh Congregation; Mrs. Alfred Reich, B'nai I B'rith; Mrs. David Rosenfeld, 1 Flagler Granada Jewish Commun\ ity Center; Mrs. Louis Seitlin. i Beth David; Mrs. Louis Snetman. Beth Sholom; Mrs. Alfred Stone. Mizrachi; Mrs. Philip Thau. Tech nion and Mrs. Frank Toback. Tern pie Judea. Chair Weizmann Miss Edyth Bernstein will accept the gavel from outgoing president Mrs. Nat Goldberg during installation dinner of the Chaim Weizmann Group of Hadassah on Sunday, 6 p.m., at Skyway Motel. Slate to be installed by Mrs. Gerald Soltz includes Miss Hazel Markaw, Mrs. Harry Kornfield, Mrs. Sol Harris, Mrs. Hyman Sootin, Mrs. Harry Bassine, vice presidents; Mrs. Alice Waitsman, Mrs. Esther Dorr, Mrs. Sam Lewis, Mrs. Philip Botwinik, secretaries; Mat. Nat Slotnick, treasurer. Chairman of the evening is Mrs. Alfred Baker. At a brunch given at the Algiers Hotel on Monday, May 13 Temple Israel Sisterhood installed new leaders end honore; outgoing officers. Seated (left to right) are Dr. Joseph R. Naro: spiritual leader of Temple Israel; Mrs. Joseph S. Buibin, newlyelected president; Mrs. George Graham, immediate past president. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Arnold Rosen, vies president; Rabbi Morris Graff; Mrs. Edward Melniker, Mrs Jerome Halpern, vice presidents. Not present, Mrs. Morris Greene, vice president. Southwest Center Pinner Southwest Jewish Center Sisterhood held its annual donor dinner at the Seville Hotel on Saturday, May 18. Season Closes For Hatikvah Chapter Hatikvah Chapter of Mizrachi, with Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld gi Women of America will hold itj r ,g a report on the group's Chai final meeting of the season on mnc h eon which she chaired, a:id Monday, noon at the home of Mrs^ Jack Day m cha ( .. Henry Groudan, 311o Sheridan B>„M,.-I • man. demonstrating the Festiv.;! President Mrs. Jacob Katz will of Shavuot in ancient and modern preside at the closing session, Israel. special value from @> ^wfvwUo^ Anticipation of significant and gala events to be held under auspices of the Isrcal Bonds Women's Division keynoted a breakfast meeting of the organization's board of directors last Friday morning at the home of Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers left), chairman. 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Page 16-A 9> If**/** flnmMH*! %  % % % % % % %  %  I UlUlUfl Europe's Mood By MAX LERNER I have tried, on my return to Europe, to take some measure of its current mood. It is a suspended mood, of a Europe no longer on a full irresistible course toward unity, but also of a Europe breaking away from the spell cast on it last winter by General de Gaulle's abrupt Common Market veto and his summary announcement of a force de flappe. It is a Europe caught between its strong ties to America and its straining for an independent military course. It is a Europe basically without leadership—drawn to General de Gaulle's commanding figure yet skeptical of him and doubtful of his future, even more skeptical of President Kennedy and American power, with no clear leadership in Britain or Germany, but not yel ready to follow the wholly-European leadership of Jes>n Monnet. • • • Affer a severe winter, spring has com* very late to Europe. But the sense of economic well-being is unmistakable. The week-end roads are crowded with the new cars of a Europe-on wheels. Except for a j few countries, notably Great Britain, the prevailing problem is not, one of unemployment but of a shortage of manpower in the newer. industries. The schools and universities are overflowing with young people training for the technical jobs the new industries require. Soon the roads, beaches and vacation spots will be swarming with Europeans of every class taking their holidays—not just the privileged classes at UM accustomed spas, but factory workers, shopkeepers, salesgirls,' government clerks. One must add. to balance the picture, that the first flush of the 'economic miracle" is past. In France. Prime Minister Pompidou and his cabinet have been struggling with problems of rising prices, I rising wage demands and inadequate taxes; the French people continue to expect all the perquisites and trimmings of a welfare state, and continue their encrusted habits of tax evasion. The Germans are netting worried about their falling rate of economic growth, and for the first time in a decade the trade unions are using the strike weapon in earnest. The Italians, whose "miracle" is also subsiding, are in one of their periodic political crisis: the recent increase ef Communist electoral strength underscores a strange fact—that prosperity can breed Communists as effectively as hunger • As for de Gaulle, he is riding the crest of the wave of his French and European prestige, and yet he i no closer to resolving his basic problem of the relation of France to Europe, America and the Soviet Union. He is wooing a Europe which is still leluctant to be wooed, ('specially since his chief partner. Adenauer, is in his last months of lame-duck power in Germany. He is Desisting the power of an America on which he must continue to rely for many things, not the least being nuclear support in time of danger. He is waiting for the time when, with greater nuclear power, he can approach the Russians as the -spokesman for a third-force Europe. He no longer runs the risk of being taken for granted. The great mistake that Macmillan made—and Kennedy too—during the whole ol 1962 was to project their own premises on de Gaulle. Instead of Studying his record and his mind, they asked in effect. "How would de Gaulle act if he acted from our basic assumptions?" But their assumptions did not prove to be hjs; hence the disasters of January. It was particularly surprising for Kennedy, with his realist temper. \o have worked away at a new Grand Design for an Atlantic partner ship without reckoning with de Gaulle's own Grand Design. The President's "Declaration of Interdependence." made at Philadelphia, looks pretty silly now—except as a pious hope—because he counted without a de Gaulle who publicly tore up any compacts of interdependence that may have been assumed during the U vears since the Marshall Plan and NATO. Instead of interdependence with America, de Gaulle is now preach ing independence to the Europeans—and he means independence of America. The idea may prove to be the principal residue of the de Gaulle period. Ansin Chosen UF Division Head The new chairman of United Fund's Major Gifts Division is Sidney D. Ansin, president of Sun beam Television Corp. (Channel 7) it was announced by Gen. E. A. Evans. 1963 United Fund Campaign Chairman. Major Corporate Gifts includes corporate, individual and foundation gifts of substantial amountwhich are best solicited apart from other classified units of the campaign structure. Ansin, who resides at 228 40th St., Miami Beach, moved to Florida from Massachusetts In the early 40s. He founded and is still president of the Ansin Hoe Manufacturing Co. in Fitchburg, Mass Long, active in civic affairs. An sin is Associate Chairman of the Conference of Christians and Jews, a member of the Industrial Com mittee of the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce, and vice prcsi dent of the Miami Chapter. Bran deis University, and member of the executive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation WE INSTALL GLASS FOR EVERY PFRPOSE STOIE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furrtiturt Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resihrering Our Specialty L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363 trlorrit Or/in .^WWWWV. \ i %  Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" ANOTHER LOCATION FOR TOUR CONVENIENCE C0ULT0N BROS. 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Friday. May 31. 1963 fJewist n^rHrtiirTun Page 9-A Beach Legion Post Memorial Services Surf$We Mayor Kin9 ,ns,0 s Chamber Womens Division Annual Memorial Day Services of Miami Beach Post 85. American Legion, were to be held on Thursday. May 30, 10:30 a.m., at the Cenotaph, llth St., and Washington Ave. Invocation and benediction will be given by Rev. Wiley Scott of j the Miami Beach Community Church and Col. Perry C. Emmons ; of the Homestead Air Force Base j will be guest speaker. Preceding the services, the Miami Beach High School band, under the direction of John Coleman, i will give a concert, and color i guards of veteran groups will advance their colors, for the past 23 years, will be past Chairing the program, as he has commander Maurice "Doc" Klein. Representatives of the following organizations will place a wreath at the base of the monument: Disabled American Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Jewish War Veterans and Auxiliaries, Veterans of World War I Barracks, City of Miami Beach, Miami Beach Lodge of Elks, Legion of Valor, Civic League of Miami Beach, Biscayne Democratic Club, Presidents Councd of Miami Beach, Junior Chamber of Commerce, Miami Beach Taxpayers Assn., Hibiscus Masonic Lodge, Miami Beach Knights of Pythias, M. B. Employees Benevolent Assn., American Legion Post 85 and Auxiliary. Surfside Mayor Sidney King installed Mrs. Milton Levinsohn for a second term as president of the women's division, Surfside-Bal Harbour-Bay Harbor Islands Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday evening, May 22, at the Surfside Community Center. Other officers on the slate are Mrs. Sidney King, Mrs. Wilbur Arnold, Mrs. Harry Linsky, Mrs. Walter Shwitzer, Mrs. Jack Zuckerman, vice presidents; Mrs. Essie Wolis, Mrs. Edward Burman, Mrs. Ben Schanfald. Mrs. Harry Blatt, secretaries; Mrs. Daniel Wolfe, treasurer. Mrs. William Maxwell and Mrs. Shwitzer chaired the program. Palm Beach Temple Starts Construction Groundbreaking ceremonies heki Sunday afternoon. May 19, mark ed the start of construction of a new Sanctuary for pioneer Temple Beth El of West Palm Beach. Participating in the celebration were Rabbi Hyman Fishman of I Texas, due to become spiritual | leader of the Congregation in July. 1 and I. Irving Moss, president. It is planned to complete the initial phase of the Temple, costing $168,000, in time to hold High Holy Day services in the new building. HUSS ITT/f HOUSEMAN El Al Airlines s 'Honored On Ch. 7 "The Sky Is Not the Limit," a program honoring the 15th anniversary of the State of Israel will be presented on "Still Small Voice" over WCKT, ch. 7, on Sunday, 10 a.m. The script, written by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, will pay tribute to Israel's national airlines of the State of Israel. Appearing in a special interview will be Miss Ettie Houseman, an El Al nosicss, WHO will describe experiences aboard the airline. Miss Houseman is a fourth-generation Sabra, who was born in Jerusalem. She grew up in MosMav, and at college, majored in physical culture. In the Israeli Army for a year and a half, she served as physical education instructor. She has also worked as a photographic model. Captain Leo Gardner, associated with th airlines, will relate his experiences as a pilot in the war of liberation for the State of Israel. As a wartime hero. Captain Gardner flew important missions which helped to establish the young state. Miss Barbarai Segal, recently awarded the UfY pilgrimage to Israel, will speak of the anticipation and excitentent of an American teenager preparing to leave for Israel. 'Still Small Voice" program is sponsored as a public service by the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami. Beth David Young Adults Beth David Young Adults will hear a lecture and see a demonstration on "How the Lawmen is Strengthened by a German Shepherd Dog," to be delivered by Police Sergeant Frank Gebhart of the K-9 Unit. In charge of the evening is Shelly Levy. Honors Special Family Occasions Your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts... and friendly greetings from religious, civic, and business leaders of our community when your family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby, or moves to a new home. t Whew the occasion arises, phent HI 8-4994 Proven ACTION for Human Rights! Throughout 21 years of distinguished leadership as Mayor, Vice Mayor and Councilman, Lee Powell's career has been highlighted by outstanding humanitarian ACTIONS. Recognition of his accomplishments came in 1956 when he received the Leonard L. Abess Award from the Florida Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith for improving human relations and in 1963 when he received the National Conference of Christians and Jews Brotherhood Award. LEE POWELL CRUSADED AND SPONSORED THE LAW WHICH PROHIBITS THE DISPLAY OF UN-AMERICAN DISCRIMINATORY SIGNS IN FLORIDA. THIS LAW WAS PRAISED BY THE UNITED NATIONS. s LEE POWELL SPEARHEADED THE PASSAGE OF THE "DYNAMITE' BILL IN THE STATE LEGISLATURE AGAINST TERRORISM. LEE POWELL SPONSORED A RECENT CITY ORDINANCE OUTLAWING THE DISPLAY AND PARADING OF SWASTIKAS AND HAMMER AND SICLE IN MIAMI BEACH. LEE POWELL SUCCESSFULLY FOUGHT TO UNMASK THE KU KLUX KLAN IN FLORIDA THROUGH STATE LEGISLATION HE SPEARHEADED. LEE POWELL AUTHORED LEGISLATION AIMED AT PREVENTING THE DEFACING OF CHURCHES AND SYNAGOGUES. PULL LEVER 13-A IM Pol, Adv.



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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JfWIJH WUKLY Volume 36 — Number 22 Miami, Florida, Friday, May 31, 1963 Two Sections — Price 20<" Shazar Inauguration is !" ; H !" l f l,ed Louis Lipsky, 86, Dean of Impressive Ceremony JERUSALEM— (JTA)—Shnour Zalman Shazar was inaugurated as Israel's nird President in a ceremony reminiscent of the Biblical Ipagei Which attended the proclamation of the jubilee year and [ccrooatloai of Israelite kings. Witho cannon salvos or other + military salute, his arrival at Parliamen* square for the ceremony was her ided by army chaplains (who sounded successive plaintive, staccato and triumphant notes on the tbofar. He then entered the Parliament for a special session for taking the oath of allegiance. The • .tire diplomatic corps, the Cb f Rabbinate, Supreme Court ioftices and other dignitarReduction of Life Sentences Among First Acts JERUSALEM —fJTA) — In one lea wen present. Israels new of his first acts as President, ZalFrrsl i>. Rachael Katznelson man Shazar reduced this week the Shazar id members of the ShaU*e sentences of two Israelis conzar farn y watched the ceremony victed in the murder of Dr. Ru horn the Presidential Box in the dolf Kastner, and commuted the gallery. Be*i,-i a starring House, the Presici it-elect repeated the oath admin ered by Speaker Kadish Lux: Shenour Zalman. ton of Sara < nc* Yehuda Leib Shazar, pledc allegiance to the State of leu and to its laws and to faiths r fulfill my duty as President." In one hand, he held MM Bible as he raised the othe' h gh. A fanfare of trumpets I cnalled the inauguration and '< thousands who had lined Parl.*TT.*nt Square broke out in lustv i-eers. sentence to the young kidnaper of Yoselle Schumacher. Zev Eckstein and Josef Menkes, convicted in 19S7 and given, life stentertces in the murder of Dr. Kastner, had their terms reduced to 10 years each. Dan Shemer, serving a lesser sentence for implication in the same crime, was to be released on the Shavuot. Eckstein and Menkes will be eligible for release next.November 6 if the customary sentence reductions for good behavior are applied. Kastner was the center of Dei vc ng Ms inauguration a.la political controvery arising from : i -tinued on Paqe 2-A Continued on Page 3-A New President Tells Of Difficult Job Ahead :.i ."-"'."SALEM— to include in the proposed Federal mental health program provisions for study and treatment or racial and religious bigotry I which Judge Rifkind described as I "a major mental health problem i in this country." He spoke at the inaugural dinner of the American Jewish Committee's 1963 appeal for Human Relations. The 1963 Appeal goal is $3,767,000. "Such action," he added, "could do much to reduce intergroup tensions and conflict in this country. This is especially true in our large metropolitan areas, where intergroup friction has become one of the greatest domestic problems besetting America today." He said the Federal Government should enlist the "experience and knowledge" of all community relations agencies "in mounting a nation-wide attack on the psychological roots of group tensions." He pointed out that the American Jewish Committee, oldest human relations agency in this country, pioneered scientific studies which j "helped • place the bigot where he l belonged, in the mental health I column." A. II. Sonnabend. AJCommitteel president, paid tribute to David. Schwartz, who was guest of honor j at the dinner, "as a communal and philanthropic leader whose' aim is to help men reach their highest aspirations." Zionism, Dies in New York NEW YORK CITY — Louis Lipsky, dean of American Zionism, friend and colleague of the late Chaim Wcizmann in the building ot the State of Israel, died here Monday at his home following an illness of two months. He was 86 years of age. Funeral services will be held Friday, May 31st (today) and the eulogy will be delivered by Moshe Sharett, former Prime Minister and ex-Foreign Minister of Israel, who is now chairman of the Jewish Agency Executive. He is survived by three sons, David, Eleazcr and Joel and by nine grandchildren. Eleazer is president of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Mrs. Louis Lipsky died in 1959. Born in Rochester, N.Y., Louis Lipsky entered the Zionist movement as a very young man and his career in Zionism and as proZionism achitect in the United States has been over a period of 60 years. He was a theorician, orator, writer, playright and newspaperman. He was secretary to the head of the Zionist Organization of America and later president of the World Zionist Executive Committee and of the Executive of the Jewish Agency for Palestine,' serving the latter organization in London, Jerusalem and New York. Mr. Lipsky played a vital role in creating the climate in America relating to Woodrow Wilson's espousal of a national Jewish homeland, followed by the issuance of the Balfour Declaration. LOUIS LIPSKY El Al's first non-stop flight to Tel Aviv of the spring season was dubbed the Dan-Carmel Nonstop Special in honor of the official opening of Haifa's new deluxe hotel, the Dan-Carmel. On board the 707 jet were a number of celebrities and executives of the Israel-Miami group who are investors in the Dan chain. Bottom to top on ramp (left to right) are Mrs. and Mr. Sam Friedland, Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stein, oil of Miami. >ALEM — Col. Carmel. aid* the late President Ben Zvi, • a magnificent example of •artoi splendor. The other day, : "lumped into him in Tel Aviv it is no secret that Is rael't next President will be Zalma: Shazar. Col. Carmel told rr< that, because of his present situation, he is now "tempor aiil> %  t of employment." Sirr y. this means that Col. Carmi is not permitted to >irv (.uring the interim; and, although Shazar is the only can didate on a one-man list of hopefull It >ucceed to the post, technically the colonel can not re >urrhis duties until after the Mind/in in Israel By LEO MINDLIN elections which will be May 21. (Since another meaningless candidate.' After that, politically minded friends have been telling me. Col. Carmel will be orienting Shazar in his post. The Colonel. as beautifully dressed as he is beautifully diplomatic, would of course offer no substantiation of this fact. I am told that PresidentElect Sha Tar speaks by the reamful once he gets going. My informed friends suggest that he falls into a kind of "ecstacy of philosophy" that no side commentary will discourage. In any case, by the time these words are ir. print, I shall have found out for myself. I expect to spend some time with Mr. Shazar during the next few day*. Last night, after a trip to Pardes Hanna, where one of Israel's finest agricultural schools is situated! I returned to Tel Aviv to spend an evening wRh Israel Vager who. with his four brothers, runs one of this country's very complex privatelyoperated businesses. Mr. Vager heads a chain of motion picture theatres; his brothers are at tbe helm of other enterprises, ranging from farms through cattleraising. The evening's conversation was substantially political, with the reigning Mapai and the Prime Minister, himself, coming in for a good bit of ribbing. This, incidentally, seems to be a growing national sport, which particularly emphasizes Mr. BenGurion's "dictatorial" inclinations —talk that is widespread enough Continued on Page 4-A



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^ Fridoy. May 31. 1963 Mrs. Rosen is New Academy President Mrs. Leonard Rosen, wife of the chairman of the board of directors of the Hebrew Academy, this week was eelcted president of Hebrew Academy Women, the school's leading fund raising organization headed by women. She will be installed at a noon luncheon Tuesday at the Deauville Hotel. Chairman of the brick campaign, which raised $50,000 towards construction of the Ida Appel Auditorium in the Hebrew Academy, Mrs. Rosen was vicepresident of the Hebrew Academy Women, vice president of the school's PTA. and chairman of several of the Academy's fund raising activities. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, will install the new slate of officers and speak on 'The Women in Pub %  lie Life." Ninth grader Judy 1 Reinhard will deliver the invocation, and Sandy Rosen, sixth grade student, will represent the student body. Mrs. Zvi Berger is chairman of the luncheon, and Miss Carol Blum will sing, accompanied by Mrs. Bernard Kwartin. Other newly elected officers include Mrs. David Andron, honor ary life president with Mrs. Sid ney Rubinowitz and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro; Mrs. Samuel Reinhard, k m iKlfhjidHciti Pcc,e 3-B MRS. LEONARD POSIN honorary life vice president, and Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky, honorary life treasurer. Vice presidents are Miss Sue Berkowitz, Mrs. Henry Gewitz, Mrs. M. H. Rosenhouse, Mrs. Julius Rosenstein and Mrs. Samuel Rosner; Mrs. George Kimmel, treasurer. Temple Menorah in Fontainbleau Event Temple Menorah will_ conclude the current "season of "social and cultural activities at its annual spring festival and installation ball to be held on Sunday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Accepting a fourth term as president, Maurice Revitz will be installed along with officers of the Men's Club, headed by Norman Shapiro. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will conduct the ceremony with Cantor Edward Klein and an orchestra supplying the background music. A special tribute will be presented to Mrs. Elsie Belsky, president of the Temple Sisterhood, "for outstanding service to the Temple since its inception." Now entering its 14th year, the Temple has grown to be one of the largest Conservative congregations in Florida. Enlargement ol the main building at Dickens Ave. and 75th St., now under construction, will be completed in late summer of this year. Temple Menorah Players, a semi-professional theatrical cicu ; of members of the Temple, shown discussing costumes on.:. staging of the production "Don't Bang Me A Gavel," originc musical comedy skit to be presented Sunday evening cl A? Fontainebleau Hotel, during the annual spring festival en i installation ball of Temple Menorah. New Officers For Morton Towers Unit r Now! 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MorMizrachi Inducts Kinneret Chapter Rabbi Herschel Brooks will con duct installation ceremony for officers of Kinneret Chapter of Mizrachi Women on Wednesday, 8:30 p.m. Third installation for the group will be held at the home of Mrs Akin Levenson. 9610 SW 2()th St. Incoming slate includes Mrs. Donald Schrager, president; Mrs. Arthur Roth. Mrs. Samuel Krsoff. vice presidents; Mrs, Irwin Block. treasurer; Mrs. Max Nuhomovic, Mrs. Seymour Schwartz, Mrs Aaron Hershkowitz, secretaries. Chairman of the evening, during which a -kit will be offend, is Mrs. Joseph Lehman. rig Minov and Morris Manes. Also Mesdames Caiman Spiro, j treasurer; Sol Goldworm, financial treasurer; Harry Epstein, cor-j responding secretary; Ida Bialla,' recording secretary; Rose Kap-j Ian, parliamentarian. Chairman of committee: Mes-' dames Shirley Greene, book reviews; Emanuel Mentz. eye banks; William Nathan, H-day; Morris Parets. Youth Aliyah; Samuel Gottlieb, life memberships; Har-1 ry Gabrelow, medical center; Belle Steinberg. Jewish National Fund; Jennie Steinberg, blue! boxes; Esther Bergman, donors; Esther Katz, American affairs. Affair was chaired by Mrs. Ida Bialla. Musical program was offered by Mrs. Hattie Wagner, soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Sidney Westheimer at the piano, and radio commentator Sam Gyson save greetings. Wesfbrooke New Dining Spot New informal dining spot at Westbrooke Country Club, tho Terrace Restaurant, will overlook the Club's W shaped swimming pool and feature moderate priced luncheons and family style informal dinners. Now in Coral Gables We comb the Beach and Coral Gables too! Two of the Leading Hair Stylists from our Lincoln Road Salon. Mr. Bert and Miss Janine. have joined our Coral Gables staff. '$* 236 VALENCIA AVE. 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