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The Jewish Floridian ( June 7, 1963 )

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"cJewish Florfcllian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY lume 36 — Number 23 Miami, Florida. Friday, June 7, 1963 Two Sections — Price 2C" W Vows Request Klutznick Asks for National H 'Friendly Relations' feL AVIV — (JTA 1 — Former kt German Defense Minister knz Josef Strauss told a heavy pided press conference at Herz this week that on his return fW'est Germany he would ask federal government to negoestablishment of normal )matic relations with Israel. (e told the press conference it his visit, which began or. }y 27, had convinced him the He had come for full diplomatrelations between the two jntries. He said: "There if place for halfway solutions it conceded that this stand diffcil from the one he took in earl statements on the matter in ch he had said that he favored lalization" of relations by kblishment of consulates and le missions. He told the 50 Respondents and television camlen that such normalization ihe official West German poand that he could not say invise on his first day in Iswdish Culture lost'in Minsk He said that as a Parliamentarian, he would press the West German Government to seek a full solution to the question of diplomatic ties. Noting, that one of the reasons for West German reluctance to recognize Israel was the possibility of Arab countermoves, he said West Germany did not disregard such threats but Cooperative Group at Meet CLEVELAND—(JTA)—The question of Jewish identity and of the future of the Jewish community in the United States was discussed here at the 65th annual five-day meeting of the National Conference of Jewish Communal Service atThe creation of a new unifying the United States and Russia national Jewish cooperative group could belong to the UN., then all added "we don't want others to tended by 2.000 Jewish communal dictate to us what we should do, and we don't think that establishing relations with Israel is a threat or a hostile act to anyone." He was introduced to the correspondents by Shimon Peres, Israel's Deputy Defense Minister. The West German leader replied to a number of questions about Continued on Page 8-B workers from all parts of the country. that would "preserve the spirit of, voluntarism" but which would allow the American-Jewish community "to function generally in a more orderly and non-competitive fashion" was urged by Philip M. Klutznick. Using the United Nations as an example, he said if Ben-Gurion Cites Dangers To Kennedy American Jews Mourn Death of Pope John NEW YORK—(JTA) —American ,'binical Council of America. Rab Jewry joined the Catholic world in mourning the death of Pope John XXIII who died Monday afternoon at the age of 81. Major American Jewish organizations issued state minis expressing grief and emphasizing that Pope John was one of ; the warmest friends the Jews ever had in the Vatican. binical Assembly, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, and United Synagogue of America. The statement issued by the Synagogue Council through its president Rabbi Julius Mark. reads: Jewish games should be able to get together. Mr. Klutznick, former Deputy U.S. representative to the United Nations and former national president of the B'nai B'rith, one of American Jewry's top lay leaders, told the American Jewish communal workers that it should be something less than a kehillah lype community" but something more than the present loosely organized Presidents Conference. ol which he was at one time chairman. Mr. Kktinick proposed that a task force of fifteen to twentyfive experts of varying viewpoints "selected for their knowledge of the problems of Jewish organization life in America" Leading in tributes to Pope John was the Synagogue Council EW YORK — (JTA) — There little evidence of any Yiddish lure in Minsk, a city rich in sh history, it was reported by David Miller, corresponof the New York Herald June, who is currently visiting capital of Byelorussia in the let Union. le correspondent noted that re are no Byelorussian Yiddishluage books or newspapers in stores although Byelorussia Ji^hes 128 newspapers and last issued 1.612 book titles. He JERUSALEM — (JTA) A Foreign Ministry spokesman said America thc na ti 0 nal coordinating this week that Prime Minister I )(K1V representing the Orthodox. David Ben-Gurion recently initiat-: ed a series of exchanges by letter with President Kennedy and "other heads of state." The others were believed to have included Soviet Premier Khrushchev, French President Charles de Gaulle and British Premier Harold MacMillan. The spokesman's disclosure followed widespread reports that Mr. i Ben-Gurion had received a letter: from President Kennedy. The reports did not indicate the contents of the President's reply. It was known that President Ken nedy had sent a reply and that Conservative and Relorm rabbin Rabbi Solomon Schiff, president of the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami, said: "The Jewish community shares with their Christian brothers throughout the world the deep feelings of regret and remorse upon the passing of His Eminence, Pope John. The Jewish people have lost a sincere friend; the Christians have lost an inspired leader and mankind has lost its staunchest champion for world peace." "Men of good will everywhere, those who cherish the highest of i deals of human freedom and dignity under God. mourn the death of a great spiritual leader. Pope John XXIII. His life and noble works will long endure as an inspiration for man's immortal quest for peace and justice. "His deep concern for all who suffer injustice and pain, his acts of generosity, his dedication to charity and his efforts in bringing peoples cf the world, closer together, will long be remembered by men, women, and children of all faiths. "Inbehalf ol the Jewish religious I community of the United States. I wish to express our profound sadness at the death of Pope John. To Yiddish 'writers appear "either possibly the' other "heads of state" ical and congregational organiza-, the Catholic community of this he Moscow-published Yiddish might also have sent replies but t ions. Represented by the S>na-| country and throughout the i azine, Soviet Homeland, or in the spokesman did not comment goguc Council arc the Central ConContinued on Page 8-B Continued on Page 8-B ference of American Rabbis, Rabimplicity Marks Lipsky Funeral the Synagogue Council of America extends its sincerest condolences." Rabbi Mark said that this statement has been sent to Catholic I authorities in Ihe Vatican and in I this country. PHflJP At. KlUTZNICK should be chosen by the presidents of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Yeshiva University, the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, and Brandeis University. These four educators, who would be members of the study group, would choo-e the balance of the Continued on Page 7-A v YORK—(JTA)—Louis Liplean of American Zionism, died May 27. at the age of 86. ..iid to rest last weekend at mint I emetery in suburI island after simple serv.it Congregation B'nai Jeahuin this city. More than 1JJ00 % "1st and other Jewish leaders i II over the country and including Israel, attended s Government of Israel was represented by Ambassaraham Barman; Michael s Ambassador to the United l 1 and Katriel Katz. Consulin New York. The eulogy delivered by Moshe Sharett. • forme! Prime Minister and t-Foreign Minister, now the chair [•'•'I Ol the Jewish Agency's execBv< *mc-.i the many messages of condolence was one from Mrs. olJa Meir, Israeli Foreign Mincer, who statedthat the passing sjch "an outstanding and devoted leader of Zionism" as Mr. Lipsky constitutes "a profoundly grieved and tragic loss." Noting that she had had the "special privilege'" of knowing him personally, she stated that his death was also a personal loss." ••From my first steps in Zionism."' she declared. 1 admired him greatly for all that he was and c xemplified." Sharett, in his eulogy, hailed Mr. I.ipskv as "a celebrated, lifelong champion ol one of the greatesl causes ol libertj and justice ol our I age, the vindication of which is was given to him to see in his own of Science at Rehovoth. Israel, and a close friend of Mr. Lipsky. who j had come here for the funeral. "I have traveled 6.000 miles." he said. "to bid farewell to my friend. \ teacher and spiritual leader. More than any other man in the Zionist movement, he embodied aristo cracy ol spirit. •Everything in the world of lit erature, art, drama had meaning for him." Weisgal stressed. "Bui | it was in the renaissance of the Jewish people that he saw the greatest drama of all. and foi which he abandoned his personal world as a creative writer. In him. there was no inner conflict beMind/in in Israel EIN bright heard The the GEDI-I stood in the Min at Masada today, and history shout in my ear. air was absolutely still, and silence was deep and inlifetime." Speaking of the departed lween his dedicated Americanism Uiider as "the venerable dean ol am j ms dedicated Zionism. In him. American Zionism." Sharett said botn found hcir perfect union." his high culture, personal integ-; ^^ ^ ^^ Q{ ^ Jcwish rity. political courage. ..Kcconstruclionist a „ d R a b b i | strength of i. and firm stand were inL^^ ^ of Temp c B nai Abraham, Newark. N.J.. conducted estimable assets for the movement which he led and inspired." A -personal farewell" was spoken 1 at ihe services by Meyer W. Weis.. a l chairman ol the executive eoundl of Ihe Wei/mann Institute the services. Cantor Moshe Nathanson read excerpts from the Psalms and recited the El March Kachamim. tense, and 1 could hear nothing, And yet, in my mind, there came the wild cries of Roman legions in their square-shaped camp below Masada. challenging the last Of Bar Kochba's brave defenders. Neither, 1 could see, did the Roman invaders finally bring defeat to the nine-hundred Jews high atop the mountain until, after some two years, they built a plateau of earth to the last outpost of the second Jewish commonwealth, stormed the fortress, and gained their military objective—to find the nine-hundred dead, following MINDUN and jut the fulfillment of a mutual suicide pact. Yesterday, in the School of Archaeology at Hebrew University in Jerusalem. 1 saw many of the Bar Kochba artifacts Gen. Yigael Yadin uncovered at Masada. photographs of which he showed during a lecture in Miami last year. But history came alive here today—not in the school archives, nor really at the lecture. History came alive to prove the chronicle of our people as it is written in the Bible, it was written for me, lew hours later in the treacherous climb I made with one of Israel's prominent photoContinued on Page 6-A



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Page 2-A *Jewisi> fk>r!dHair Friday, June 7, 1963 Religious Leaders Face Racial Problem A pnnip of Greater Miami's re;.nd must be treatcj justly, with ltgipus leaders Friday issued an rqual opportunity to enjoy his iuees. „ es and forhes ubjecl of Dr ^ ^ ^ Rey ^^^ R QUy "We believe each child of God of Werner's session is "How Imevery race, creed, color, and naportant Are Other Interests in Life tional origin, has individual worth Besides Work and Family?" son. president of Miami NA.-UT. A Picasso print was awarded to the Dade County Schools for participation in a children's art show now on display at Hartley's downtown store. Al Hurwitz (left), supervisor of art in the schools, is shown accepting the prize from Charles R. Jacobson, chairman of the Royal Poinciana Fiesta Art Committee. The week's Fiesta includes band concerts in Bayfront Park, coronation of a University of Miami Queen, and awards for public service. The program is sponsored annually by the Miami Beautiiication Committee. Gables Student Wins UN Contest A prize of Sinn was awarded to Fedro Suarcz of Coral Gables High School for placing first in Ihe 37th annual High School contest of the UN. The examination, offered in all hi'^h schools. i> Itased on book lets which trace the structure and goals of the UN. Winners, parents and sponsoring teacher were honored at an awards dinner given by the local chapters of the American Assn. for the UN. Diana Smolenyak, William Rub instein, Benjamin Korncich and John Parker each won a $25 Bond. Dr. Frank Rimoldi, professor of the University of Miami, spoke on his recent trip to Egypt and the Far East, stressing the "need for educating the nations of the world in the intelligent UM of arable land" and underscored the UN al a mechanism for the interchange of information and ideas. Reelection of A. Budtt Cutler as president. Ql .{hq. YM and YWJIA of Greater Miami highlight! the 12th annual meeting of the YMHA. Cutler, who had served for two years as president of the "Y" has been active in the I'nited Fund and Federation as well as in the Welfare Planning Council and the Senior Citizens Day Centers. Inc. First vice president of the National Jewish Youth Conference j under the sponship of the National Jewish Welfare Board (parent organization of all YMHAs), he served successively as committee chairman, vice presidency and then president. "Changing the name from the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center to the YM end YWHA of Greater Miami is significant of the new interest and additional kinds of activities sponsored by the YM and YWHA. Young adults and adults, as well as senior citizens and children will be served in greater measure during the coming year. This program emphasis is indicative of the new name. This will also help many of our newcomers to better understand the function, purpose and program of the YMHA," said Cutler. II-'. : 1 nil hnnorarj | 1 %  1 .' 1: Slink %  %  • • 1 ntM, 1 • %  %  %  1 %  K.I in MI, Mv1 Snmot, 1 Iron • \ -' %  %  '' ""' I"'' v %  I; %  ; 1, ,; MHton BHI1 -c-..i ilm.: Ml !,; %  K %  nn l\ ..ml in% %  % % %  ItnMil J01 %  \. 1 11 |ir. Kvan Kati I at ub Katzu Ka< l-M|i. I T1 Id III I I mon, M: l'l ileoroe x n. SI %  -• .IMI. Sunn. H*. 11 ". '.' v.'. 1 U ., H \ ... Mi 1 ., 1 tlpi %  M ""ii 1' 1 .mi MHI-HI r, 1 n Ina I '• n n A. 1 I'ii ul I K i %  %  %  %  %  %  man, .im .1 1 leliim n, lb Hill, Mi.. >.. HI Kami, % %  % %  K lie) 1 M>i -. I ..-.,-. I Rn .ii G/uck Tells of Tallahassee Democratic Cluo of Miami Beach will meet Wednesda> evening in the Sea Isle Hotel. I'roi dent, Wally Cluck, will speak on a recent trip to Tallahassee. A. BUCD CUTLER II. h. 1 R<>fli litl'.i'. l-'r. .1 Is" ~h 1. i: Sliiikn .1 Mr Milt • Slrkii kle, Mis. 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Friday, June 7. 1963 Jewisti HcrHiar Aged Home Addition Nears Completion; Expansion Makes Way for New Residents Page 3-A At Uw final board nwctins of the current year held last Sunday, Judge Irving Cypen, president of the Jewish Home for the Aged, reported that the Home expects to occupy its new facilities and admit new residents beginning about Sept. 11. Tnc Home will then have a total of 226 beds, with facilities for the well and sick aged. Judge Harold B. Spaet, honorary president and chairman of the admissions committee, announced that applications for admissions are being processed rapidly by the social work staff. It is anticipated, he said, that 120 new residents will be admitted between Sept. 15 and Dec. 31. He advised all prospective applicants who are in need of a sheltered environment to apply immediately since all those approved by the admissions committee during Ihe next few months will be admitted; along with those who have beeni on the waiting list for the past' year or more. David B. Fleeman, chairman of the building committee, reported that construction is proceeding on schedule and the most exten, sive rehabilitative equipment, facilities and services have been | incorporated in the new addition. The physical therapy depart| ment has been expanded and a completely new and fully equipped occupational therapy program has ; been added. Each of the two floors, which will more than double the capacity of the Home, will have nurses' stations, recreation and TV rooms, dining room and diet kitchens, as well as spacious sun porches. Central air conditioning and Mayor Snydei to Install City of Hope Chapter Officers Mayor Arthur I. Snyder of North | Miami Beach will install officers of the Robyn Tubin Chapter, City of Hope, on Tuesday, noon, at the Dunes Motel. Slate for 1963-64 is headed by Mesdames Lewis J. Brooks, president; Abe Soioway, Martin Blumenthal, Solomon Kugler, Philip Kaskell, Irwin Alweis, vice presidents; William Kosofsky, treasurer; Louis Ehrlich, Sam Wieder, Gerald Zimmerman, Isidor Wolf, secretaries; Abe Rudel, chaplain; Sydney S. Loffron, parliamentarian; Arthur Tubin. Albert Matz, trustees. heating has been planned throughout, with hurricane shutter protection built in for all rooms. First floor will have a new lobby and administrative offices including geriatric library and meeting room. Beauty-barber shop and canteen will round out the exten-i sive facilities and services planned for the residents' comfort. The 50 Ablin residents temporprily housed in the Biscayne Hos-| pital on Biscayne Blvd.. will re(urn to a facility with added and | improved rehabiltative services' and care. To the more than 100 persons on the waiting list, it will I mean, at long last, admission to Douglas Gardens. Jerry Orlin Wins Music Scholarship Jerry Orlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Orlin, 2014 SW 17th Ter., has been selected a winner in the piano division of the recent Miami Music Club's Young Artists division. Award carries an annual scholarship and a performance in which he appeared in a recital at the Columbus Hotel. In 1961, at the age of 13, Jerry won first place in his division in the International Recording contest, and at the State Federation held in Tampa. Last year he won an appearance with the Miami Symphonic Society Orchestra. An honor student at Shenandoah Junior High, the young artist is accompanist for the 9th grade pates in S y nag ogue activities at concert chorus and serves as presJtMY ORLIN ident of the Coral Gables Junior Music Club. Beth David Congregation and v ;!t enter Hebrew High School 3t The talented teenager particiGreater Miami in the fall. Henry Coleman is Legion Commander Henry E. Coleman. local attorney, has been elected the new commander of American Lesion Post No. 85. He is to be installed at an 8 p.m. open meeting June 16 at post headquarters. 1828 Alton Rd. Elected to serve with Coleman for the coming year were: Sam Hohauser, first vice commander; Chin Shew Get. second vice commander; Arving M. Cooperman, third vice commander; A. Henry Kauffman, finance officer; Mi %  lice Weinman, chaplain; Ash Rose, historian, and sergeant-: • arms, Abe Goldman. New members of the exectiti committee are Irving Goldberg, :Berman, Jack Henkin. Max L< her. William E. Doughertyy. J cob Berger, Dave White and Da 9 Greenbegr. George J. ifichae iv. as elected a five-year trustee. Ypr Leaders of the four women's auxiliaries of the Jewish Home for the Aged present checks to Judge Irving Cypen, president of the Home. Left to right are Mrs. Sol Silverman, substituting for Mrs. Morganstem, president of the Miami Auxiliary. 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Page 4-A +Jmlsti Ftp rMian Friday. June 7. 1963 'Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. 8HOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor BELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraten Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Now theT The announcement this week that the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center and its affiliated groups will change its name and henceforth will be known as the YM and YWHA of Greater Miami is worthy of comment. Many of us here for consid erable time will remember that the organization, in smaller form and with less branches, was cnce known as the "Y." The organization states that the name change will "help many of our newcomers to better understand the functions, purpose and programs," so now once again we have a "Y" with this simplification of designation. Excluding the joy of headline writers and typesetters in having a "name that will fit," we likewise, are in accord with this move of selecting a name that is both expressive and synonymous of the program it is providing. It will in addition lessen the existing confusion with the myriads of organizations in our midst who have "community" or "center" as part of the name. Some of the groups might take the example and make a similar move. Miami's Religious Leaders Greater Miami's religious leaders last Friday came face to face with the equal rights and racial problem. Taking another formal step forward in meeting head on with a.situation that is now being met here on a daily situation to situation basis, the clergymen were forthright in acknowledging that the explosive occurrences taking place elsewhere can happen here if all resources are not now placed in motion. We are cogniaant that great strides have been made in our community as to equal rights and this progress just did not happen. There has been continuous effort by our citizenry and organizations to effect these changes as rapidly as possible without the unnecessary and unneeded fanfare and noise. Our religious leaders are to be further commended for banding together in this unpopular but necessary action in continuing to move ahead. All sources of leadership and energy must be marshalled to aid. Piiblintied every Friday since 1917 by The Jewish Florldlaa at 15(1 N.E. Sixth Street. Miami 1. Florida. Bwi-oud-Ctnss Postage PaH at Miami. Florida. Th. Jewish Floririian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of tha Jewish Telegraphic 40£ n CK% Seven Arts Feature Syiwiioat., WorldwWa News Service, National Editorial Assn., American Assn. of EnglishJfwi-h Newspapers, and the Florida P-ess Asn. Ttld JawMl Floridian does not tniamntee the KashrutJa • ,t the merchandise, advertised in its columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year Sb.00 Thraa Voars $10.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 36 Number 23 Friday, June 7. 1963 15 Sivan 5723 Today's Cantor We are hosts this coming week to the American Conference of Cantors and members from all parts of the country will be here for sessions and program. The role of the Cantor in the synagogue and temple today has expanded into a major one in the life of the religious institution, far exceeding that of yesteryear. The responsibilities of the position occupied by the cantor goes beyond conducting weekly services and holiday prayers. Training choirs, teaching and complete musical programming for the school and adult activities are part and parcel of today's cantor. And with those responsibilities and undertakings, by and large the cantor of today brings to his post a background of formal training, musical education and knowledge. We see, therefore, that the cantors far and wide are striving to continue to make even greater progress in elevating standards and accomplishments for their profession. We trust that the sessions here will not alone be enjoyable but replete with further achievement. On The Passing Of Louis Lipsky By HARRY SIMONHOFF | Harry .Simonliof/. author, columnist cud IccMrvf u t Miami Beach resident. A historian of note, Simonhof/ eulogises the late Louis L\p <•/ whom he ua\ a personal arifMiiiMiirf After attaining fourscore and six years Louis Lipsky went the way; of all flesh. Without undue ailing or suffering, his life force ebbed away i for his time had come. He died in the midst of his family, of sons and grandchildren, loved by friends, respected and admired by a wide public, who knew him as the grand old man in Jewry, the dean ot Amen can Zionism. Peace be unto his soul. Amen. Those of us who knew Louis Liu > an unforgettable experience to sky in his prime can never forget have watched him preside over a the tall, spare figure with a slight. convention with his parliamentary stoop, iron-gray hair covering an adroitness, sharp mentality and expansive forehead towering over ready wit, with his nemarkablc a determined, austere face of inlucidity and happy faculty for the telligence and character. It was choice and effective word. Who can ever forget him sway a convantton against the strongest oppositon, without resorting to the bag of oratorical or histerionic tricks? Never eloquent in the emotional sense, he could revertheles hold the audience, often unruly, spellbound with the sheer force of his intellect. His stimulating words were charged with a depth of meaning; his appeal lay in a pungent, scintillating style of intellectual incitement and poetic overtones. Louis Lipsky left no successor. It is difficult to realize that the Continued en Page 12-A during the week ... as i see it JCLAT — The Negev • deed unbelievable. I -SMUII by LEO MINDLIN %  mtaassa %  %  :.. %  :! ,.! H.i .;. | J.„,.,ji Beersheba lies roughly in the center of this country. Some twenty miles north are sisal plantations grown by the Jewish National Kurd at Gilat. Here, riender stalks of sisal wave their tall fingers at the sky to form a lovely Japanese print for the eye. and later hemp for Israel's growing in. dustry. Less than minutes out of Gilat, the landscape suddenly changes. The greenery gives way to gentle sand dunes and rippling pattterns hewn by the wind. Along the roadway are large, seemingly senseless abode construetions. which turn out to be World War I hangars erected by the British. A bit further south is a British cemetery of the same era. continually strengthening one's recognition that Israel and history are tied in a knot even to the present. Minutes more, and the desert has engulfed the entire landscape. As far as the eye can see, there are tableaux out of the latest Hollywood production, which substantiate the most romantic preconceptions of the Middle East. Beersheba lies like a jewel in the Uesert, its green fingers from afar reaching into the surrounding sands. The city is a tnstl metropolis, boasting modernistic housing, large industrial and hanking complexes, and a teeming population of some 50.080 soul-, ineluding many exotic Arabs. At the Desert Inn entranceway. a u tiful resort example of contemporary Israeli architecture and enterprise, is encamped, replete with tent and camel. Abdul Nasser For a pound iworth 33 1 3 American cents 1 -wearing cOBtlmiinf*^ non-relationship to another Arab of the same name, he will pose [or tourists with his fierce rcvolvei (unloaded) and jeweled sword, wh i contains a lovely handle, scabbard, ami no blade, %  *• ••• eje THE FORBIDDING MOON LANDSCAPE F URTHER SOUTH, between Beersheba and Dimona, the de n at its most beautiful. From 5:30 to 7:30 in the morning, • living in tents drive their sheep, camels, and goats to wherevi drives sheep, camels, and goats; and the sight is a pictiiresii ; indeed. Their flowing robeand. in the case of women halt c • | faces, substantiate all the the literature one has read of the "fjKOtj Middle East." Point a camera ;t them from any reasonable rii l and the women will run away, shouting, laughing, cursing, ami : ful of the wrath of the gods. But the children rush forward, at close view dirty. Obvfousl) ill, their eyes ringed by squatting flies, hands outstretched tor a coin Below Dimona. the landscape changes as suddenly ait did minutes out of the JNF plantations at Gilat. There, the desert is no longer gentle and soothing to one's romantic impulses. It becOl brutal, foreboding, forbidding, and even violent. The lovely sand formations and their wadis in which are planted occasional Jev ISO National Fund experimental plots, or in which naturally struggle a rare tree for survival, give way to giant mountains that ehallei the sky Now there is red rock everywhere and no shadow lor protectu'ii. Huge, craggy boulders jut from the ground. The landscape se< ma as if it ithe surviving remnant of an ane'ent nuclear holocaust. Science tictioneers should see there a moon world, except for the merciless sun and the unrelenting heat makes the worst Miami summer day a pleasant memory by comparison. *r~ At AVdat, I stopped to visit the Fifth Century ruins of a Nab.iu ri Acropolis, signed a privileged guest book among the Signatures of tude Wingate's son. noted American legislators, and Israeli offici Is, and in the merciless desert pushed on to Mitzpeh Ramos. •:• •:•:• COMING TOGUHlft Of FOUR COUNTRIES %  ullTZPEH STANDS HIGH atop a uiant mountain, overlool i %  fantastic crater, which stretches as far as the eye can see Fantastic is an overworked word in Israel, which has actually bee part of the country's vocabulary.) Here more than elsewhere io the desert the lunar landscape parallel is awe-inspiring and li Mitzpeh. like Arad. is another of the many cities the governn nl is Irving to hew out of the rock and sand in the south. To hasten the job. some offenders receive a suspended sentence if they e to take up a new life in Mitzpeh. The climb is merciless. My car. a brand new model and erful. performed to the limit of its capability to get to the top, Hi ->" tiating hairpin turns one upon another, with huge canyons (in thousands of feet mere inches from my outer tires at the e the road. The straightaway to Flat, involving only incidental Climbs thai are just as perilous, parallels the mountains of Edom on tl I '•' "> Jordan territory On a small hill outside of Elat, I beheld the ing together of four countries to a point: Jordan. Syria. Israel and Egypt This has been perhaps the most unusual sight ol thus far. Here, from my hotel window. I see the Gulf of Aqua la in Jordan, only a mile or two further south a series of silver Oil in Syria and, at a greater distance and seemingly across thi R< Sea. a mountain range in Egypt. Several hours ago, enthralled by the sight, where history "'made in the Suez Sinai campaign in 1956-57, I climbed to thi I my hotel and, with a powerlul tele-lens, photographed the nole shebang. THE FUTURE Of THE NEGEV CHMUEL MELTZER IS a member of the Elat City Council Hj ** tells me that, on principle, he is frequently the -loyal op] to Mayor Joseph Levy, who visited me in my office in Miami two months ago, when he came to South Florida on a tour m behalf ni Histadrut. "ShmuUk," as everyone calls him, has great faith in Elat. which the huge amount of construction here seems oo its face to bear out. Since the Mayor had left for Tel Aviv the day I arrivad, "Shmulik arranged for me to photograph the harbor on the Gulf of Flat, as Israelis now call it to distinguish the body of water from the Arabheld Gulf of Aqaba—a monument to the direct impact of Israel Bond funds on this country's future industrialization. Overlooking the harbor s*ands an army encampment, at the Spea of which I beheld a giant pair of twin telescopes trained on Jordan. "And what does the patrol see there?" I asked ShmuUk. knowmij full well the answer. "A giant pair of twin telescopes trained at US, Shmulik replied, laughing. Apart from this, there is no laughter; for the building of F serious busfa ea a-as is the building of the entire Negev. "Go witn, young man" is Israel's motto today, the supernatural design ot tinlandscape notwithstanding. In the face of heat and the limits ol man's capacity to cope with all that is seemingly hostile to his future what tomorrow holds for the Negev is too difficult at this time to foresee, J



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; /riday, June 7. 1963 +Jewisti flcridliain Page 5-A Rosichan Receives UJA Medallion Artlvi..iJJmwBoiithMii executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation since 1960. has received an award from the Unit ed Jewish Appeal for 25 years of continued service. The award v. as presented to Rosfchan by Sidney Lefcomt president of Federation, on behalf of the Greater .Miami community and of the National Committee celebrating lj.\\ 25th Anniversary nich coincides with the Silver Anniversary of the Great er Miami Jewish Federation. A 1928 graduate of the School o! Jewish £oci;il Work and holder ol a Bachelor ot Arts degree from Western Reserve University, Rosichan is a nationally known Fed r-ation leader, having served as executive director of the Federation of Jewish Community Ser vices and Combined Jewish Appeal in Montreal, and for 10 years prior to that as executive director of the United Jewish Federation in Buffalo, N.Y. Cantors to Meet Here in Tenth Annual Convention Tenth annual convention of the American Conference of Cantors i to be held this year at the Barcelona Hotel, is chaired locally by; Cantor David Convi-er, of Tern pie Beth Sholom and Cantor Jacob i G. Bornstcin, of Temple Israel. Two evening programs, including premiere performances, are open to the public. First program. Monday evening at Temple' Israel, will present New Horizons! el Music fur the s ynagogue and the Community. A program of, concert classics, music for the! S>nagogue composed in Israel. a| Torah Service by former Miamian! Robert Strassburg. will be performed. On Tuesday afternoon the New! Horizons Workshop will be on 'New Forms and Developments 'in the Bar Mitzvah and Confirmation Services," with panelists Norman H. Belink and Norman Summers. In the evening. "Isaac Levi," a music-drama in English by Frederick Piket and Raymond Smolovcr will have its Florida premiere i.t Temple Beth Sholom Commissioned by the Opera Theatre of Westchester, "Isaac Levi" will feature two local artists, Miss Salwa Merrige and Miss Joyce Farber. Wednesday morning's workshop will be on "Jewish Music Festivalof 1963." Panelists will be Alex Zimmer, Norman Summers and George Weinflash. Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard of Temple Beth Am, and Ephraim Steinbauer will conduct the afternoon workshop on "The Evolving Image of the American Cantor." Guest speaker at the convention banquet on Wednesday evening will be Dr. Joseph R. Narot of Temple Israel. Bruce Brown JWV Honors Nat Roth Norman Bruce Brown Post 174. one of the first and oldest Jewish War Veteran posts in Florida, held ; a breakfast this month honoring | past commanders. Honor guest jwas Nat Roth, first commander of %  the Department of Florida. Jewish War Veterans of the USA. With the announcement of a new national group hospital indemnity plan open to members of the Jewish War Veterans. Commander Ralph Kosofsky reports a large inI crease in applications for membership. Group's next social meeting. June 18. will feature a color sound film on the communication satellite telstar. Meetings are held at Pythian I Hall. w. Flagler and 46th Ave.. first and third Tuesday of the i month, 8:30 p.m. Dr. Wolf son Talks on Spinoza Second lecture on "The Life and Philosophy of Baruch Spinoza" will be given by Dr. Abraham WolfSon, Thursday. 11 a.m., in the social hall of the Washington Federal Loan Assn. bldg., 1234 Washington Ave. CANJOK WlUiAM W. LiPiON Beth David Cantor Receives Degree Cantor William W. Lipson of Beth David Congregation, will be installed as an Honorary Fellow oi the Cantors Institute at the 69th annual commencement of The Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Seven honorary degrees will be awarded, and 65 students will receive degrees at the commencement, on Sunday afternoon in the Louis Marshall memorial quadrange of the Seminary in NewYork. The award this year is one of eight presented to cantors in the I nited States who have served the community for more than twenty year.-. Cantor Lipson has been with Beth David since 1955. McKeldin Makes Israel Award at Rabbi Waxman Fete Presenting Arthur S. Rosichan (left) with an award for service to the United Jewish Appeal, is Sidney Lefcourt, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. In Dade I Broward Counties, nearly [Vint ON E buys their awards from: HALPERT'S THorniiis "Largeit n the South -1 PAN AMERICAN BANK BIDG Ph. 377-2353 Ship Your Car Home *o NO EXTRAS NO PASSENGERS DOOR TO DOOR VSR. CH. of COMM. DEPENDABLE CAR TRAVEL 127 Lincoln Road JE 8-2688 Temple Zion joined the growing list of Greater Miami synagogues celebrating the 16th year of Israel's independence with direct support of Israel's economic growth. At a dinner last Sunday night in the Deauville Hotel honoring Itahhi Alfred Waxman. spiritual leader of the congregation, mem bcrof the synagogue purchased more than S35.000 in Israel Bonds. Guest speaker was former Gov. Theodore K. McKeldin of Mary land, who presented a plaque to Kabhi Waxman on behalf of State of Israel Bonds in recognition of the Rabbi's exemplary service to Israel's economic growth." In accepting the award, Kabbi Waxman sai.l. "I am certain that this great honor is intended BOl only for me but tor every member of our congregation who has in past years responded to Israel's needs for the tools to develop economic independence by pur chasing Israel Bonds and have thus made possible Israel's remarkable achievements to date. The greatest honor that you who are gathered here tonight can pay me and the State of Israel is continuing this kind of support by v,,ur purchases of Israel Bonds. Chairman of the dinner was | Martin Hammer and toastmaster was Hyman Potash, president ot the synagogue. A highlight of the program was earn lelighting cere moiiy conducted by Dr. Aaron Kalian, executive director of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-! ganization, in commemoration of Israel's 15th year of independence. Taking part in the ceremony were: Willard Bender, Benjamin BerkOWitZ, Sol Berlin, Edward Cantor. Sidney Goldbaum, Jack J. Kane, Nathan Keusch, Samuel Messer, Howard Preuss, Aron Prowisor, Joseph Robbins, Bernard Serkin. Isidor Stein. Al Teitler, Morris Weiss, Philip Wiener and Irving Yelen. TRAPPED.. BY THEIR OWN IMMORALITY! I"EXCELLENT PERFORMANCES" -N> :_•, v1 BfRUN FILM m, FESTIVAL VTVECALWDFORS RITA GAM 110 MORGAN STERNE BEN PIAZZA. 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Fcae 6-A fJmist: HcriaUaun Friday, June 7. 1963 Hatikvah Reelects Joe Gorenstein Joseph B. Gorinstcin was inMalted for a second term as president of Hatikvah-Lodge of Miami Beach 2362 in ceremonies conducted by Harold Brenner, assistant national membership director at the annual banquet held in the Barcelona Hotel. Other officers on the slate included Leonard E. Abel, presidentelect; Samuel A. Beer, Bernard Ufton, Charles Weinberg, vice presidents; Hyman W. Berkman, Robert L. Grover. Ellison Kosoff, secretaries; Max Breslow, treasurei; Meyer L. Cherkas, chaplain; Eli E. Kammer, warden; Frank H. Kravit. Alex N. Sohmer, William E. Harris, trustees. 3oard of directors for 1963-64: Judge Fred N. Barad, Harold S. Caplan. Dr. Oscar Cowen, Dr. Herman H. Firestone, Alexander Fornian, Jack R. Glick, Samuel B. Goldberg, Nathan Goldman, Samuel Goldstein, Herbert Greenb: um. Samuel Isrel. Lewis D. L< vit. Albert Loewinthan, Max Narin, Emanuel Mentz. Samuel Norkeen. William Schelberg. Sammi Sheppard. Harry Slossberg. .indah J. Sweet. Nat Travers and Morris Weston. In accepting the presidency for -econd term Gorinstcin stated. "1 pledge you every effort to in8 a continuing training of our officers so that Hatikvah Lodge Will grow from strength to strength carrying it's share to Judaism, to i r community and to our country—through IVnai B'rith." JOStPH B. GORINSTttH Temple Emanu-EI Foundation School Exercises Closing United Kashruth Elects Kaplan At the annual election meeting oi the United Kashruth Assn. of I eater Miami, held May 17. at Strath Haven Hotel, Rabbi Abraham J. Safra was named I. bbinical supervisor. Jffieers elected were Norman Is ..plan, president; Joe Wilensky, je president; Herman Dale, secit :ary-treasurer. Raphael K. Yunes. chairman of the Board of Education of Temple Emanu-EI. announces closing exercises of Foundation School will be held on Friday at 10 a.m.. in the auditorium of the North Branch Bldg Dickens Ave. and 77th St. Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of the Temple, will extend greetings, and Morris Tarasow. educational director will preside. Honored guests will be Rabbi Allen Rutchik. director of the Southeast Region. United Synagogue of America, and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, member of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction. The children, 5 to 7. will presnt a program entitled. "Dear Diary," story of their school year in song and verse in English and Hebrew. It will incorporate much of the curriculum taught in the Foundation School, which consists of a kindergarten, first and second grades. 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POLAK: JE 2-2511 HOTEL/" ~~*T Seville AT 29th STREET MIAMI BEACH *>' Mind/in in Israel Continued from Page 1-A graphcrs, Efrim Hani, to a cave high at the "top of the Canyon of Kin Cedi, where King David hid from Saul. The narrow rocky path, ruing perhaps a thousand feet above the Dead Sea, brought me to a most exquisite and secluded water fall, where once again I could hear the Jewish past. I slipped on the way down, dragging heavy photographic equipment with me, somehow and suddenly regaining my balance, and feeling as I would feel nowhere else that tradition and culture and history had saved my body there, if not my soul. This is a strange country, wild w ith contrasts. For the past two weeks, I have trod the streets of Israel's major cities, talking with people, meeting them in their homes, and adjusting myself to a new landscape. In Jerusalem, I spoke with many Government officials, sat in the office of President Zalman Shazar. who was sworn in on Tuesday, and a day before had been privileged first-hand to watch Prime Minister Ben-Gurion at one of the most exciting sessions in the history of Israel's Parliament. But here I have touched history, and here I have seen the violent contracts as they are not to be seen in Tel Aviv, for example, or even in Jerusalem. Today, my car took me all along the Dead Sea, which is 1.200 feet beneath sea level, the world's lowest spot. At Kfar Ein Gedi. one of the country's exciting kit) but 7.1m. I saw an impossible miracle ot greenery pasted, against a craggy and unkind desert, where virile young people are bringing civilization to a previously dormant sand dune. Across the sea stood the moun-1 tains of Jordan, looming threateningly to remind me of a radio broadcast I heard from Amman the other day, which reported the observance of the 15th anniversary of "the national Palestine : tragedy—the establishment of j the so-called State of Israel." But at Masada, near the foot' of the mountain, stands a sign: "Shayneet Masada Lo Teepoi"—: "Masada will not fall a second time." History was at an apex there for me. past and present promising a future such as only the shifting sands of the Negev desert dare phophesy today. Yeshiva BA Degrees Awarded Miamians Two Miami residents will receive | Bachelor of Arts degrees from Yeshiva TJhiverSity's undergraduate colleges at the 32nd annual commencement exercises this Thursday on the Danciger Campus in New York City. Miss Madeline Helen Kagan, 2361 SW 26th Ln.. an education major, will receive a Bachelor of Arts degree, from Stern College for Women. 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Friday. June 7. 1963 +Jmtet> ftrriafi^r Klutznick Asks For National Group Paqe A •he piu.ication of the report." The working group's sole porpo*e ~OL Id be to try and find • brs.s for • live a „d modern d.tcu-cion of the problem of comir^nity organiiation rather then •% *teril e debate of ority vers^r voluntarism." niemtx'rLhlp and sc t up tfie rales hc sacrifice of sovereignty ward a mult '^ceted cultural milfor corr/enlng the conference and' Mr. Klutinick Mid hit philosophy accepts the right of an organization to "refute to enter into any program" and said "perhaps only one major Jewish organiiation goes that far" but that similarly the American Jewish community is "likewise entitled to assess its value and its philosophy in the light of to, .< that hc reallz >(l the difday', world" and that the greatnhcrent in (be creation *•* discipline the community has is to "provide or withhold comicu. "The current concern with Jewish identity," Dr. Slawson said, "centers increasingly on how to achieve an integrated yet unassimilated status in the general American community. Integration is workiryj and interacting with others for common purposes. Assimilation is forgetting that one is a Jew. Acculturation to American society without loss of identity — either religious or religio-cultural, depending upon one's point of view — is the essence of Jewish integration." of a central Jewish cooperative Kuoup. Mr. Klutznick. referring to mum,y ,oppo^, b '** d upon sueh u; assessment. It is high time," M. OJ\. experience. a'* to whether they*do WVCNlen than either the United, good or harm to the total needs States or tbe Soviet Union: Cer of American Jewish life." tainly, he pointed out. 'they have more in common Ideological. In an aD P cal fr rational thinkly, no latter what their differ'""' Mr Klutmick concluded that ences, -ian have these two sov" le Jevvisn community and its orereign vwers." sanitations must put "an end to digging up yesterday's controvcr"' """ "' %  "WIWI iu oewisn The re group, as Mr K|u(z gj ea and symbols which may have! values — the morality and system Ce it. must "produce the meant something to previous gen-! 01 ethics derived from Judaism — germ c an idea that would cap-' c-rations" and substitute for it a I a nd devotion to certain pursuits. ture all of the precious attributes serious effort to "find an organi-' s "ch as learning — both secular ol voluntarism and instill the innational technique or method | and religious — and philanthropy. which conforms to todays needs.' Participation in Jewish community ... ,. activity is another way of expresLet thinking and committed sing identity. men and women try to distill something out of their knowledge and experience and then present ii to the community itself, cither tn rally around, or reject or amend it. We badly need a newHe defined Jewish identity as "the concept of peoplehood. or sense of community. Jews are |>ecplc bound together by a common faith, a common history, tradition, culture and language," he ssid. "Jewish identity is characterized by adherence to J e w i s h stitute for Jewish living," Dr. Dinin warned the communal workers that "we do not exist as a Jewish community in. order to support Jewish hospitals or homes for the orphans and aged or even synagogues. Philanthropy and defense and resettlement are necessary for our physical security and survival. They can not provide content and meaning for a creative Jewish life. "The time has come for a re assessment of our position as a pecple. for a new look at the structure of the Jewish community, for a new evaluation of what it is that we are expending our monies and energies," he declared. "We have to cultivate, as a people, the art of being Jews. This means a return to Jewish literacy, to a com, mitment to the values and ideals J which characterize Judaism at its i best." Philip Sotfcis, president of the Conference, told the delegates 'that about 200,000 Jews were on the move to countries of new opportunity in the year 1962. Presiding over the opening session, he called the continuing • problem of migration "one of the big tasks facing Jewish corn, munal service. I Soskis, who is executive director of the New York Assn. for New Americans, pointed out that the big migrations in 1962 were from : Algeria and Cuba. "Of the 200.000 migrants." he said, "the largest number found haven in Israel." gredMI I essential for the attainment ,-. realizable harmonization and cooperation." He said such coop*' tion i> not a "luxury" but rathehat "at this stage of American Jewish history, it may well >>< ecessity from which we cannot i >cape." —— % %  .. •. •?*I>,IMI* IUCII a new He v. med against the dangers hase from which to commence any oi pushing for the kehillah type negotiations or discussions seekunit) : the Kuropean ghetto. n S improvements in the internal Those no urge it, he said, 'are organization or means of cornnot too knowledgeable as to the nninication in today's and tomor depth oi feeling against such an row's American Jewish (Jommuninstrument and the real disunity ''>'•" that co Id be generated if an at,,„ v • ,. tempt to create it was seriously J£ F'SH **£ ^ w undertaken. 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Friday. June 7. 1963 >Jcnist) nortdHan Page 9-A JEWISH MORALISTS Charter V • 1 1 There an /,.,ir characters among f men; he who M V f. What it mm< u mmc and what u thine ..v thfcic his w d neutral character (tome tay this ,v a character l,l,e ,/ ldt \,i : Sodomy l, e who su> Whu |S m|iu is tlmtc and what it thmt is (trine s is a boor, he who says. What it • mine is thin, and what is tin,,, is thine, is a .vdi.it. he mho sav.v, What is thine is mine and what it mine is mine. t a uic\ed man. • Chapter V • IV. Whenever hue depends up,.,, controversy that 11 in t/ie name of Heaven shall in the end lead to a permanent result, bid ei try controversy that u not in tl name of Heat en, shall not lead ; %  1 perma ., nt m 1 Which 1 itro' "'•' u iid. m • name of Heaven' Such u.itrovei 1/ Hillel a Ann that u hi h u ... lame .'I Heai Such icus the controversy o\ K. ah and all hu > OMJMMj 3n r p.m. Saturday 3:30 a.m. Barmi. M: "Humility Manifests a Hasps Ufa." Mi. .111,1 .Mis. Max Goldberg wlil be honored on their Mth wedding anni\, raary. RABBI MA1ER ABRAMOWIT1 ... candle lighting tradition ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative. R. Yusko, president. BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative. Raboi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. Friday 0 p.m. Saturday ',> a.m. BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. i*ri'l;i\ 8:45 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Sermon: "The Flame ot Eternity."! Mlncha 8:80 p.m. BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fine. BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Or. thodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottrran. BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 1 rlduy 8::Ui p.m. Saturday K:30 a.m. Sermon: "(iradnation and Ma <_/lnow Lfoiir \-~rcncjrc-cfiitions Temple Menorah Temple Menorah, which recently celebrated its Bar Mitzvah Anniversary, was organized In i!5i under the name of North Shore Jewish Center. When its first modest building was built on 75th St. and Dickens Ave neither 75th nor Dickens Ave were yet paved. <>t the 60 families who founded the Temple. 35 participated in a Bar Mitzvah Banquet, having, maintained membership from tin earliest days to the present. From these modest beginnings, Temple Menorah grew in stature and in spirit to its present mem bcrship of 550 affiliated families. Maurice Revitz assumed the presidency in 195!) He carried through the building of the Tern pie's Social Hall which was pro jected under the presidency of Mr. Max Krauss. present honorary president. This year, under the watchful guidance of energetic leaders, the Temple has undertaken its final building phase, which calls for remodeling of the entire Sanctuary including the Chapel, flues and classrooms to meet the ever growing needs of its affiliate members. The remodelling, planned by ell known architect. Morris Lap-' 'his, is being built by Abel Con struction Company, and will be %  mplctcd in time for the High Holy Days this year. 1 The spiritual and educational life of the Temple is under the inspire^ direction of Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, who was called to the pulpit of the Temple in 1951. Cantor F.dward Klein officates at all Festival and Sabbath services and inspires the worshippers with his tenor voice, augmented by the choir under the direction of Eli Samuels. Herzl Honor supervises the ReligionSchool and the adult education program. The Religious School offers classes ranging from the tiny tots in nursery school through the young teenagers in the Confirmation Classes. Dally services are held in the chapel morning and night under the direction of Irving Salom. The administrtaion of Temple 'Unities is in the very capable a nds of dedicated lay leaders ho direct the affairs of the Tern•"e through its Board of Directors. By RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ Temple Menorah The reading of the Torah for this week deals with the kindling of the Menorah in the Sanctuary. One of the main functions of the priestly family to light the candles at the appropriate times in the Sanctuary, when the Menorah was the focal point of attraction. The Bible elsewhere described j in minutest details the magnific! ence and beauty of this candelabra and Jewish tradition ascribes a position of prominence to the t Menorah. The tragedy of the destruction of the Temple is epilo; mixed by the carrying of the Menorah into captivity by the Romans. The Menorah in the Sanctuary oi old is the forerunner of the candle lighting ceremony observed in every home on the ev of the Sabbath Festival Every home in which the Sabbath candles are lit is converted into a miniature sanctuary because candle lighting has a BETH KODESH "1101 sw 12th ave. u''e!i'",H.'! IniT p """' '""r, A ,,u m enorah m ,h s nctulry was as^^sSr'w ^SLST used not onij as a source of physical light but rather as a symbol of' RrTH oaOMA T, the spirit, ol sanctity and enlightment, so the lighting of the Friday' B o T{ho?o A x PHAEI nighl candles and the festival candles must be a source tor spirituality' %  %  of the Jewish home. J If I, BS a Rabbi, had the authority. I would legislate kindling the saooal 1 and festival candles in the home as the minimal requisite for BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE nth, Jewish affiliation. In our generation when so much of Jewish law SkFTESfftJSSSt KKJ& and tradition are completely neglected by the family, the need for the' ,. baum revitalization of the Sabba.h becomes a paramount necessity. '' KKK-? ":^YS!'*8S B !&£?& rne simple act of the family gathering around the table the mother, K,, l|,,|n %  "> "' Ml %  ""' Mrs, Omanlighting the candles with an appropriate blessing either in Hebrew or Newman ; GEMS OF WISDOM Mtm ( freedom it his inner worth: Ins guilt alone can rob him of it. —M. BEER. • The cause of Freedom and the I cause <>J Peace are i>ound together. LEON BLUM. • T,' want to be free is to be free. UOLRNI ( The difference between liberty ana liberties i< as seat as beti God and gods BOBRNI • / liavc set be/or you life and drutfi. the blessing uiul the cwte: therefore choose life. nun 1 in 1 1 enthat man'.> way %  • n< I 10C I .1' 139 NW 3rd ave. Ralph Krieger, secretteps ..N he wal\s. II III MIAH. • BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky | CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Rabbi All is for seen, yet man is i douxd with free u-ill. MCIBA • • • "1 en were horn, you live, and I you u'i!l Jii' under compulsion. Likewise icithout your consent, you I are destined to render an account before the King of Kings. — ABUT. .! ... i: in English can have a most beautiful reaction. It will introduce i materialistic life of ours, a note of spirituality which is so v.tai to ouri A^ a a 5 h h am 0 1?ra a V s,e,d Or,hOdO,< survival as Jews, and so vital for our spiritual well being. \Vc sinDADE HEIGHTS TEWTSH MNGHE eerely believe that the value of the Sabbath candle lighting is of treGAT.ON.' ^40? Nw W &"d C .t?Con: Whe, 1 everT'lo'' C h 1 f 1, S^L^H"' !S n VCr !? ""* •">•. IT^^^^^r m When ever) Jewish family lights the candles on Sabbath eve or on the FVIdaj l: p.m. S*rmon: • iv.s,,,,,, festival eve. survival of Judaism and survival of Jewish values will'""" "" Rebellion." Saturday 8:aol! %  %  -.*>". ..'•. >' .".' %  S: "."'">' be assured. There is a beautiful legend which tell us that when angels pass a home and see candles lit on Friday night, they dance in joyous merriment saying -there is a home where joy resides." But "when the angels pass a home where there are no Sabbath candles they mourn Friday :o p.m. Salurdai I'ar Mltxvah: Paul, aon of Mr. and .Mrs. Ueorge Uraen. Mlncha 8:30 p.m. • FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NV 22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi & M. Machtei. • TEMPLE EM*NU-EL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvm; Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler. a.m. S< a.m. Bermon: "Portion of the Week." I mo : ""• JJelonged to All Men," Bar Mitsvah: Alan, s,,n of Mr. and |''",'""' '" "•"' %  •-. -! % %  *>' %  Bar Mltaval Mr.-. Harry Hauamnn. | Robert, aon of Mrs Harrj i:. Coffe; tleonre, son of Mr. and Mi-. U. Rob* FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st Uordon. pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. and weep saying, "There is a home where sadness and strife exists.' By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why is the blessing of the new moon only performed during the first half of the month? First of all. during the second half of the month the moon is already getting smaller and has passed the phase when it could be considered a new moon. Secondly, the first half of the month, with the ever enlarging moon, makes one thankful for progress and filled with the emotion of thanksgiving; while the latter half, when the moon gets smaller, fills one with fear and regret., The blessing of the new moon is to be regarded as a happy occasion. ma 'I: l This [ R:15 n.m. Herman: "When Thau l.iBhU'Ml the l.uni>-." Cong .iMtiini uiul Sisterhood officers in Why is it that the Pentateuch >'• Inatalled. Five Books of Moses—The Torah)—is read in the course ot a three-year cycle according to the Palestinian custom while it is read in the course of an annnual cycle according to the Babylonian custom which we follow? TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantoi Morris Berger. — • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. • — TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY. WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. I rlday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "The r,,|„'s Plea for Peace." Most authorities consider this variation due to the amount of 1 significance attached to the SerTEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniiano mon in which the portion was interpreted and explained. They claim that while in Babylonian circles the stress was laid on the text, in Palestinian circles it was laid upon the exposition of interpretation of the text as expressed in the sermon. Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop Cantor Herman Gottlieb. I-1-i %  I. %  > 8:1!! p.m. Sermon: "Kindling M Ww ijfhl in Seuth Miami." s.iiiirilnv 10:10 a.m. Member* of the ('lilMr.ii> Choir honored. Klddnah hoata: Mrs. Norman Jacobs aad Mrs. Abe I* leeman. MAURICt RtVIJZ ... Temple Menorah president Thus, in Palestine, where the desire was to emphasize the sermon,] TE a more time was needed for the sermon and so the reading of the Torah was shortened by stretching it over a three-year cycle, while in Babylonia, where the text was stressed, more time was desired for the text and less for the sermon, thus making for an anTEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Cantor Ernest Stelner. B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE 167th St. Conservative Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben Grossberg. i"ii,i.i> v ::n p.m. Sermon: "Leeaona that I.inuii' on." FiM-iim dlacuaalon tn follow. Ones Hhatobat hoated by Sisterhood. Saturday t a.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th If, Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Naro-. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. • TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo av, Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown. Frldaj 8:1.1 a.m. Sermon: "Tl Ploua Benefactor.*' Men'a Club < %  fit-era to be Installed. Saturda %  i in Bar Mitsvah: Michael \ Ian, son of Mr. and Mrs, Mas Deal ter. • TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abrarr owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. • TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. an; Tatum Waterway. Modern Trad tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Snturday 8:45 a.m. Bar Mltrtal Charles, son of Dr. and Mrs. Malvl Slmi >nson. • TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabl Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levir TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH M'.AM 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rat bi Daniel M. Lowy, • %  TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 9E Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rsbt Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Leme Klein. •— • TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora avRabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor BeDickson. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th '. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon "doing in the UghtB." TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Mian ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hsnry Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "I-Y-AVI luc Paces." Saturday %  • a in. B< II i.n "Portion ,'f the w. ek." Bi Mitsvah: Stanley, Bon >ii Mr. Mrs. Floyd Krans. • YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixin hwy. Conservative. Cantor Mau, • ice Neu. YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St. Orthodox. Habbi Sherwin Stauber Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday B a.n Sermon: "Bnterlnit a New i'ha.~ Bar Mltivnh: Kenneth, son "f M and Mrs. Irving Babbitt, Mlach G:3t' p.m. M r: ,: : %  ; :i TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronnh Cantor David Conviser. Prlday 8:11 p.tn. Saturday i":i" s.m Rn Mitsvah: Deborah Itnth, dauithr.ual reading cycle of the Torah.',,.,.,,, ,„ nd Ml> ,.,,, ,. (Vill CAHDLEUGHTING TIME 15 Si van — 6:53 p.m.



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Page 10-A *Jalsti thrkiian Friday, fcne 7, 196^ Browsing With Books: HILARY M1NPLIW Judaism: The Neglected Potential for World Ills THE ROOT AND THE BRANCH: Judaism and th* Fr.e Society. By Robert Gordis. 254 pp. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 5750 Ellis Av. S3.9S. |. K. CHESTERTON, when asked what he thought of ^^ Christianity, reportedly said. "How can I say?" It's never been tried.'' Albert Einstein once said. "I thank God that I belong to a people which has been too weak to do much harm in the world." Between these two poles of admittedly oversimplified religious attitudes— the one that religion is impossible to relate to living, the other than it relates only ineffectually—lies the stirring world of Rabbi Robert Gordis. Rabbi Gordis, spiritual leader of Temple Beth-El of Rockaway Park. New York, and Seminary professor of Bible at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, a past president of the Synagogue Council of America and the Rabbinical Assembly of America, is also the author of 'Judaism for the Modern Age" rnd "A Faith for Moderns.'" It is his exceptionally well-taken thesis that the teachings of Judaism have much lo offer toward a solution of the world's problems. It has been out of fashion, he says, to be concerned with the content of the Bible; the imphasis now in vogue is the confrontation with the divine, rather than "the subsrance of the divine conversation." But what mattered supremely to Moses and all the prophets "is not how they met God but what they learned from the meeting." Further, the delicate balance between the sanctity of the individual and the need for social justice on which the future of democracy depends is central to the JudeoChristian tradition. Rabbi Gordis proceeds then, citing liberally from chapleT and verse, to take the reader through a discussion of what Judaism is. what its view is of religious liberty, and. logically, what the basis is for Jewish-Christian cooperation. "Ground Rules for A Christian-Jewish Dialogue." he calls that chapter, and it puts to rest the major myths which loom between a decent understanding. It is a short step then to church-state relations and problems of religion m a free society and in education. But it is in the latter half of the book that the author reaps the best fruit of the Judaistk tree. It is when he says writing of race questions, that the religious tradition can supply the right motive for the right action." It is when he notes, speaking of politics and human nature, that Judaism "regards it as fruitful to pass judgment, not upon man's nature, but upon his actions." It is when he explains that the Sermon on the Mount was pronounced at a time which was believed to usher in the end of history, and thus it is unworkable as a modern ethic, while the Decalogue was proclaimed at the beginning of history; that it was, in fact, the commandment "Thou shalt not kill" upon which the prosecution in the Eichmann case ultimately had to rest its case. It is when he sums up the doctrine of natural law. which insists upon the existence of "a moral order thai takes precedence over the accepted formula of following orders that undergird the provisions of positive law when they are just and override them when they are not." The discussion of nationalism and of religion and international relations are particularly exciting. Brilliantly organized and conceived, the book generates a light in which the contribution which Judaism can make is seen as actual rather than abstract, and as real rather than ideal. It is required reading for the concern-'d conscience. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Charles E. Merrill Trust Grant to Hillel A S THE GRADUATION season approaches, it is worthwhile looking into the picture presented now of Jewish students in Americar colleges and universities. The I Hillel Commission tells us thai there is a minimum of 275.00 Jewish students this year in the| American institutions of highei learning. These figures are bas ed on information gathered from scnoois ai which Hillel Foundations function as well as unaffiliated schools. There are at least 235 schools at which there is no Hillel affiliation and where there are no less than 25 Jewish students enrolled. About 100 of these unaffiliated schools have informal Jewish organizations. The present number of Hillel Foundations. Counsellorships and Chairs of Judaic Studies in the United States is about 225. This year, something new has been added in the Hillel activities. Hillel has undertaken a national program geared specifically to Jewish faculty members. And now it has been awarded a $20,000 grant from the Charles E. Merrill Trust for this work. The Merrill grant will make it possible to strengthen local programs and to conduct regional faculty seminars in major c ties in the country. There are several thousand Jewish profeOrs and lecturers in the American colleges and universities, and many of them are in need of stiniU lion on matters Jewish. As to the 275.000 enro led Jewish BtU< ents. they constitute a little over 6 j percent of the total number of students in this country which is given as 4.200.000. The remark able thing is that the Jewish percentage of total enrollment has dropped from 7.5 percent in 55 to 6.5 percent this year while their number ha increased from 200.000 in 1955 to 275.000. The explanation is simple: the overall S growth is moving at a faster pace than the Je isfa enrollment. U. S. colleges • nrollment in 1955 was 2.100.000—just a half of what it is in the current year. Best estimates are, that a minimum of two out of every three Jewish students of college ige are on the campus today. The national norm is one out of three It is anticipated that in 97 the college population will be about nuce \iliat it is today. Tins means that while the numbc ol Jewish students will continue to increa.se. t •ir proportion will continue to decrease Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Right-Wingers in Attack on Jewish Quacks' Washington— LN ASSAULT ON "Jewish quacks' in President KenInedy'S new mental health program haemerged from the extreme right-wing. The rightists are now seeking to brand psyhiatry as subversh e Attacks on ilif menial health I movement are jeopardizing the vaiiis made in public understanding in recent years, according to a survey on anti-psychiatry activities throughout the country. The survey was r by l)r Alfred Auerbacb for the American Psychiatric Association. APA's concern over the rising denunciations of menial health as •athestic II--" "Communitsic" was continued by the association's president. Dr. C. H. Hcrdin Branch. The main targets have been the many psychiatrists, psychologists, and mental health leaders oi the Jewish faith. Note was taken of recent popularity of a play and film about the life of Dr. Sigmund Freud. A recent Alaska Mental Health Act established mental hospital facilities in Alaska. It was previously necessary to send Alaskan patients to Portland. Ore., for treatment. Right-wingers charged that Christian anti-Communists were to be shipped off to Alaska for brainwashing by "Jew psychiatrists." They portrayed a sort of American Siberia. Western and Southern states provided the most fertile areas for this propaganda—especially Southern California and Arizona. APA reported that many citizens have been forced by public pressures to resign from mental health associations, Jewish philanthropists condemned, and a dozen programs disbanded because of community hysteria. Senators have voiced concern about the new upsurge of rightist extremism. While some spokesmen of the John Birch Society and other ultra right movement disclaim anti-Semitism. Sen. Thomas II. Kuchel. California Republican, found it "hard to believe that the followers of the fright peddlers are all wholly oblivious to the anti-Semitism, antiCathoUcism, and outright racism of many of their >u\ lours'." Sen. Kuchel cited a letter typical of many he has recently received His constituent said: "I am a member ol the Birch Society and 1 know many other members and every one of them are detent Americans who are interested m constitutional govt rnment ami free enterprise and a real education for their childen, and who mean to have it in spite of the grip that Jew Communism that you support has on our country "On this law by superior force that is called integration what do you think is going to be gained by that? The Jewish press, radio, TV, and paperall scream the law of the land.' Who do you think believes it? if you want integration, let's start with the Jew schools, and synagogues." Sen. Kuchel said this bigotry was typical of about 200 letters of the "fright mail" category he receives daily. He reached the alarmed conclusion that "perhaps 10 percent of the 60.000 letters 1 receive each month" now reflect such extremism. UN listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Jews in Sports By HAROLD U. RIBAL0W Changes in Sports DENNY FRIEDMAN has resigned from Brandeis Uni%  versify. This means that one of the greatest foothall players of all time has shown his deep disappointment over Brandeis' dropping collegiate football. Benny, an All America quarterback at the University of Michigan in the mid-1920's, was athletic director at Brandeis since 1949, with i sabbatical beginning in September 1962. Maurice Podoloff, who Is 73. finally is quitting as head of the National Basketball Association, giving way to J. Walter Kennedy, Mayor of Stamford, Conn. Podoloff presided over the NBA since it was organized in 1946. Allie Sherman, coach of the football New York Giants, is 40 years old. But he's not bowing out by any means. Recently, he received a new five-year contract. It is the longest in the history of the Giants, and Allie has earned it. His two years as head man has resulted in 22 victories, only five defeats and one tie. In that short period of time, the Giants have won two Eastern Division titles and Allie has been named Coach of the Year twice. Art Heyman. the brilliant Duke basketball star, was the first draft choice of the New York Knicks. and now, lor the first time in quite a while, there will be a Jew i-h star i we think) playing in New York for the pro club. Since the mid 1930, Mikhail Botvinnik. the RussianJewish chessmaster, habeen one of the very greatest of chess players. He won the woold'i chess crown. losl it to Smyslow and regained it. lost it to Mikhail Tal, and took it back, now has lost it to Tigran Petrosian Petrosian is in his early thirties, while Botvinnik is in his fifties. It was a long match of 24 games, but the championship was decided in the 22nd game. By the end, Botvinnik won only twice and Petrosian five times. |-if teen ot the games were drawn and Petrosian had scored 12 1-2 points, enough to clinch the title Chaos in Middle East United Natii THE SOVIET UNION has dec "'it war against the United t iout to break the U.N fir ivolved, ani HI : i | base; of N work, are the United N mergem and ihi I linen ision < I % • io j ot troi : he Gaza Strip I rd< r th I at Sharm el-Sheikh, on the Gull ol Akaba L'NTJ the U.N. machincrj which supervises the armi-ti between Israel "ii the one hand and, on the lour Arab countries Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Adding UNTSO to its hate-list is som< rail ti! now, the USSR has refused to paj for UNEI the I'.N. force in the Congo Now the new CSS tentative here, Niwolai r Fedorenko, haput t rso on the same looting. UNEW and the Congo forci in nanced through ipecial assessments, I NTSO I out of the regular budget. So the Soviet Unioi cided it will now differentiate between regula and assessments; it will go one step further |( l' llli out items on the regular budget which it disl will refuse to pay for. All friends ot Israel—which means all fl : ii democracy and world order—are alarmed bj the '' 1 turn of events. Our general press (and radio 1 ) is w busy with space Mights, Birmingham and other i P< developments that it has underplayed an issue that is basic to all else—world peace through the United Jations And these latest maneuvers by the Soviet Union could spell, for the U.N., strangulation by bankruptcy UNEF costs about $20,000,000 a year. The USSH -besides its satellites—owes more than $14.01 000 the UNEW account. Egypt owes over $284.00 so on down the line of the Soviet and Arab countrie UNEF account, Jordan owes $34,000, Syria $32 K>0, Saudi Arabia on the list of UNEW arrearages fo a of $550,000. Israel is fully paid upTrue, there is another angle to this tan{ from the vicious aims of the Soviet Union and its allies, some Western countries also refuse to >a the Congo force. The fad is, however, that if the Soviet Union Arab alliewould pay up-ihe IX COUld gel Out Ol U Iher, the Soviet Union itself owes a tot Sc!0.482,G17 more than Do percent ot the entire March II deficit. This 1one lime when the aim of the enemj I solely Israel—but the world. Israel is only "incidenta. lo Moscow's plans in regard to the United Nations. Th Kremlin has proved long ago that it doesn't care a ti| whether Israel continues to exist. It would just as soon have UNEF and UNTSO dissolved—and let chaos reig in the Middle East.



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-. N f Friday, June 7, 1963 *"Jewi*fi fltnririifi/n LEGAL NOTICE Page 11-A IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 63C 6007 ., ftnforr! %  %  VS. loltKST v.vi. OERKTXER and I .EON A MAY UER8TXER, Inwife I •"It.llllallts. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION •I'i: I.K.O.'s A MAY OKKSTNKi: Jackson Center, i inlo TOU AUK HERERY NOTIFIED thai H Complaint for Foreclosure of Mortgage Iw.s IM-.M fn. ,I ugntnst v.,u | ,n. I"l.-i intirr in the above styled Court %  ltd caw %  %  for the purpose ..f r,, r ,.. cli sing the mortgage nn the following described propert) lituate nnd being in lH.de Coun.y. Florida, to-wlt: l.'.ts 7, v, t mi. | m i„ Khirh 7 of PARKERS CHESTER TERRACK according to the. Plat thereof, recorded In I "hit Book !•> HI Page 7:' ..f the Public Records of Dade County Florida; together with the furniture and furnishings contained th. n In an.I addtdona thereto and replacement* thereof: being further described as 4380 N.W. i"ili Street, Miami. II'll Ida Yon are herebj required t" serve .. copy of your answer or pleading on Plaintiffs attorney, AINSLBE R F*ERDIE, ESQ., Suite 802-4, 2313 B.W I...I.UH.Road, ("oral Gables 34, Florida, and fii.the original answer r before the mill da\ ..f .Inly, I!";::. If you fall to .In so, a Confesao will be entered %  • %  > • %  %  -.....-.-.. ..ii, % %  ,. i :..i in against jrou the relief ?-..n)it in the Complaint for Foreclosure of MortWITNESS my hand and the seal of %  aid Court al Miami, Dade Count) Klorlda, this 3rd daj ..f June, l!>63. E. U. LEATHERMAN Clerk "i < 'Ircult 'ourt tsi al) By: N. A. HEWETT. Depilt) Clerk A1NBLEE R EERUIE, ESQ Attorney for Plaintiff Suit.302-4, .'::i". s W. LeJeune ltd. 'oi al Oables 34, Klorlda •; 7-1 I-21-2S IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 5-8213-B \ RE Rotate of MORRIS HELDM VN I >< %  a- .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn All i "redltoi s and vn Hat %  i %  ; i in.. oi I 'in,., nds Vgati Said te: You an herebj not ed and ri %  I I., present an) claims and di nds which ou ma) hai •• aii tati ol Ml IRRIS HEI %  .,-. .1 lali of i iade Counl irl %  • \ and I le hi -am. Ill luplll .i o V id ed 11 In thrll ••: 1 ll • %  ill thl Conn•> •', urthouse in i iade < '..11111%. 1 uithln Ix mi id • he first pul hen ,r in.' sa me will he '• ''' : ed • VI nl, \ l.l il IS Ol II.I 'MAN \1 :\.. itor VARON M K \NNEil Vtl'.rm \ foi I ...ui1 1. Idma 1 .'15 Sis in IO Tl list Bldg. Miami ... 1 V nl.i I-21-2S IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 51888 C i\ RE: Eat it. %  •< IRMA .;I:AY SKIl'.c.KT il.. MS) I. NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL D.SCHARGE NOTICE 1hereb) given that wt h..\i filed our Final Report and I*. tlill for frtsti lb 11 !on Bin Filial l's....-,\. .-ill"' of Ihe ,1 Irniii 1 '.i ;n -.1' dei en %  it on the -".I da) of .lul; 1 i,i 1 hi 11. %  11 • 1I %  '' %  tit) %  idi 1 'oui ly, Florl l.. fi pproval 1 .:.i Iin il it 11 and for 1IK1 n. 1 fin 11 .11-' hai %  • %  % %  Mi. state of tii. .1 • .1. ni. This 3rd da) nl : in RST NATIONAL HANK "I MIAMI MIAMI. II. \ and RAYMONIl 11, S \THAN. %  ,,., -... utori \ itlonal I :,.nk ..f Miami .\. cutor u) ne Blvd., South vi mil, Florida .; 1 1 I • BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE "The President and Vice President of our Shul don't see eye-to-eye." Copr. IMJ, Dovnu ProdiKtlMi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKi:i:i:v„j^lVKN thai the undersigned, deslrtejK [o • ngage In business under the fi.-iitiminame of Sheriyn Publishing Co. in..1 Inc.) al 193 s.l-:. HI ct.. Hlaleah, 1 la.. Intends I., reglstei said name with the Clerk of the 1 !ln nit 1 'ourt ol Had.Courtis, Florida, HENRY STONE 8 7-! 1-21 -2S IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 59503-B IN RE: Estate .>f lli:i.ION It. HIGGINBOTHAM 1 I.e.used. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T" All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Ymi are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demand! which you may have against the .stair ..f HELEN R. HIGOINBOTHAM deceased late of Dado County, Florida, to the County Judges of Had.' County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided in Section 733.lt, 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 win be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 22nd day ol" .May, A.D. 1963 DOUGLAS Hi >Kl\\l VN As Executor HARRY ZUKERXICK Attorney foi Executor iZU Lincoln Rd., .Miami Peach Fla. 5 34-31, t 7 I I ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jenisti Florid/fain solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR .1f5 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In htislncsM under the fictitious name "i CHAPPY'S i.i'Ni'ii I:HN I'.rj'i: .\.iriCF: lAJ ..1 1 IBS Collins Ave., Ml"ni Re nil. I-1.1 Int. nd i" registi r -aid name with the Clerk ..f the Clr. ; • '1 t 01 1 >.II. .'. iv, Florida* %  ;l \I'YS UORIN 1:1 111 \\.\ r \/.\NSKI tlwni .1 \Y I1CRTON KKYS Attot ne) foi • l n. %  'i 7-1 l-L'l--v NITICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERF:nY GIVEN that %  1 :. Ing i" fir-. 1%  ; 1 ..1 : I'I IS '.'I AI.ITY K0SHF:R MEAT .>;• Pi .1 I.TRY al I3il Washington 'vi Miami Reach, Florida, Intend :d name with the Clerk 1 %  %  1 1 iade County, Flo ; 1:1.1 F'KDER lli:i. i'N I -Kl.KR Owi 3 17. 24, 31, •: 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. >TICF: IS IIKKII'.Y 'll\ I N th It 1 In 1 •. 1 • thi fI 111 lott %  INSTANT Al'i'i' INSCRnRf •; \'. ;th Street, \i am 1 H .... 1. with t he : the I '11. 'in Court 1 Id -si I.N .i. vsst 'i vri:s 1 \i v %  iji--> NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I'll!'. IS HERFW •:IV 1 S Hint i, 1 ., : 1 1 1 Iring 1 %  -nidi 1 li, fjclli 1 1 'ai. .a l.l.i T vil's 1:. >NI UNO ft) 17:'7 N XV. 7th Htrei I, Mi tint, I B 1 ter -111 1 name w Ith the 1 'lerk le 1 'ir, ni: i 'oui 1 "i I "adi 1 'ount) XKK1SSON A ASSOCIATES, INC. n ;-! 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No <)3C 5354 PIIYI.l is NEWMAN, li %  : KEITH i: NEWMAN, I'. 1. ndanti SUIT FOR DIVORCE I. %  KEITH K NEWMAN I' iv Box 121 si. in'. 11. 1 'allfornls You are hereb) notlfli d thai a 1)111 ..r Complain! for Divorce ha filed .iu.1:11-1 you, and \"ii are reI i rve a copy of \..nr Answer ..! %  Pleading t" the Hill ol I 'omplal'it .11 ili. plaintiff's AIL 'ii" y, tli orge A. ,. HI j, H, %  _•: Ai agon xven le, Coral I'i and III.Mi 'Iglnal Answer or Pleading in <'" %  offli e if the 1. rk of Mi1' % %  nil Com "" %  '"" I the i 'Mi day 1 t June, l3. if you fail ti >, 1 l-ii' nl b> default ill Ii t taken 11 l>e relief de1 till of Complaint. Thi H aoi I. 1 sliull I" published once a, h i" • k '"i four coi wei ks in THE JEWISH I l.-'i:H'l VN. i.nN'i: \NP id:i'i:!;i.ii at Miami, It da) of May, A.D. 1:. D LEATHERM VN, Cli rk, li 1 %  %  in i,i' 1 1 norlda II, K M I.Y.MAX. 1., put) 'lerk MKORCK \ U BRIK.N ::•:: Ai nue Ci nil tlabli 1 i" Ida Vttorni foi I'lalntlfl j --14 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59266A In RE: Estate ..i HERBERT .1 W Mil. I lecensed, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Pi 11 i\ Ing Claims or 1 '.man.is Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified ami required i" present an) claims and demands which you may havi iigainsl the estate of HERBKRT .1. WAIH. deceased late of I'.id, County, Florida, ;.> the County Judgex of !.,'.!.• County, and file Mi. ann and as provided In Section :' •'. 1 lot i..., Stal iti In %  County t 'ourthouse i" Dade County, Klorlda, within six from the time of the flrsl publication hereof, or the In larred. l'aif.l at Miami, Florida, title 16th day of May, A JOHN A. WAIH, Vdmlnlsti ntor • "HERFW VNIi MOl.l 'UN Vttorni y for Adml tor ini'i.i Building Miami, I-'i.i. .'. 24-31, II 7-11 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF:RERY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to el .11 business under the fictitious of I'I. ASH I'I'I'.l.ll'A'I'liiNS nl N.W 76th St., Miami 17. Florida :< 'I: %  register -aid name with 1 'li rk ..1' the 1 'Ircult Court of 1 Count) I'I.'i Ida. JERROLI) J. IHii'ill-'Kl.sKX' 1 side iiwiiii'l :.. 17-24-31 that anif 2467 inthe Ud. 1. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAIYI^ LAW VOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai iderslgued, desiring i" engage In under the flctltloue name of -1 VNT .MT11.XH il'.II.K LIABILITY INSI RANCE at I7 N.W. 7lh Sir. -1. • Xl "ni. l-'i.,., int. nds to register said '•"• wiih the ci.ik of in.Circuit 'i "i Had. County, Florida VDKIS8ON A ASSOCIATES, INC 6 .7-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF:RKBT GIVEN thai id. i-M-i.i 1. desli ng i" %  ngage In 1 Ini snnd.• the flctltln n..ni, of 1 MEDIC VI. CLINIC %  %  ISSrd St 1 pet, M ami, nd to registi r sa Id name I'I' Cli ik .if id. .'ii.iiii Court of 1' iunt). i'i.'i Ida • 11 I.Ks 11 vKi. VNDER, H.O Ml ill: \ V /i'l'Ki'k. D.O. '. I'Hii |p M \I.SI-I:IS •" ) for Julfs Ntklitnder /. %  8/7-14 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C5276 WII.I.i v VI v SCHRE1NER, JR., Plan DOROTHY IT V VN SCHREINER, I '. fi 11 laid. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti 1 1 loroths 1 'nn ni Schrelner 11 Mt. V'ernon PI Apt. '.'-J Newark, New Ji rsey You IHiroih) Duncan Schrelner. an hereby notified that a Bll of Com.,,.,,„, for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a > "i 1 ol yout Vnswer or 1 leading to the Bill of Complaiftt on the lainiiffs Attorney, Hllery F". SilverR,„n M-112 Htacayne Bulldlnf, Miami U, Florida, and file th 1 ~"'-' 1 A ; -v. Pleading In 11 ttk* • %  < "' Clerk of the Circuit touri M Before the i^t'i da> "i June, I! !ou 11.11 i" 'I" *o, judgment will be aken agalnl you I ;' lama! ded in thi Bll ol Complaint. „!., re -1. "":" ,.,,1, week for four 'n*fc'"' v weel In THE JKWISH FI.ORIDIAN. ln | T S K ANI' itRDEREH al Mlam ilx 14th da) "i May. A.D. '" R R LEATHERMAN, Cli Circuit O ity. Florida Ry: K M 1 > MAN, Deput.i Clerk HILERY P SILVKR.M VN M-112 Blw : '" 1 Miami Attorne) for Plalntlfl ,. ., ( IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 59044-A IN RE: Rstati of C.rsSIK MARGIN B h R 'IISSII-: I-'INKKLSTKIX a.k.'a :i ssi K .;. 'I.I.INMKR I', ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Clnlma or Demands Against said 1 You are hereby notified and required to preselil any claims and demands which yott may have against the estate "i lil'SSlK MARCIN a/k a GI'S1 INKELSTEIN a. k a Ml'sslK tltiLLINGER deceased late "i Dade Cniniv, 1 loridn, i" the Count) Judges : ,.| 1 mil, Count). and file the same In duplicate ..nl as provided In Section ... hlorida Statutes, In their offices* In the County Courthouse In 1 ia.l. %  ..niity. Florida, within six calinuhs from the t|me of the 111 -1 ]. ni.iii.i: Ion in 1 eof, or the same hated ai Miami, Florida, title 13th • May, VI' l63. .I;I:I:.\ VRM GOLLINGER 1 'A VII' Ol ILLINGER v.E > %  cutoi s HTM AN P. GALUL'T 'tto 1 HI.us St., Miami Beach, Mn. :. 17. 24, St. '". 7 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59500-B In RE: Estate of BARRY D. 1 INBERG NOTICE TO CREDITORS T,i All Creditors and All Persons Having I'laims ..I Demand! Agalnsl Sa d Kstate: .... You are hereby notified and required to present an) claims nnd demands which Mm may have against the estate of HARRY D. PFNBERG, deceased late "i Dade County, Florida, to the County Judgi %  of Dadi County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their office* In the Count) Courthouse In Dade Counts Florida, wiihin six calendar months from 'lie time of th< flrsl eof, or the same will %  • be ''d. „ Hat. i ai Miami. Florida, this tn day >'i May, A.D. W63. DORA H. IGNRERG EDNA R F1NBERG :,c i'\' < itrlcee publication of MIIS notice on the 17th da) of May, 1863 \K,.N..\ IT/.. SILVER .v si HER • ttorneys foi Co i:\. cutI'lces ding v ; I 32. 1 lorlda 5/17, 24, 31, 6-. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS Hi:i!i:i:Y GIVEN 'bat the undersigned, desiring i" engagi In business under the fictitious name ..I VICTOR'S DECORAT1XO SERVICE AND SAVE-ON DRAPERIES, at B18 NVV B2nd St., Miami, intend t" register -aid name uiMi the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. F'LOMING ENTERPRISER, INC. B) V'li'Ti IR 11 I'I.. i.vnxi ; s. li n ner LEON A. EPSTEIN, ESQ. Attorney for 1 iwner :. 31. •'. 7-1 i-'.'i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 5652 BENJAMIN 15. HEN I d.KY. Plaintiff, \ s, THELMA IM TH IIEXDLEY, I lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti THFXM v in TII III:NI H i:v Bi 1 troll n Rl> -T.-i.i. i %  .nneci i m You, THELMA Rl" 1 II HENDLEY, are hereb) notified thai a BUI ..f L'omplalnt for Dtvorci has been filed sgnlnsl j "ii. and you • %  iln >i In serve .. copy "t" your Answer or i' %  adinu i" the Bill of Cniiiii'.n '11 on I the Plalntlfl .attoi n. 1 ST" 'LAR ,\ 1 MCCHN1CK. 22" 71sl Stre I, Miami Reach 11, Klorlda, and file the 01 Iglnal An-" r or P'.i adliiR n the ofl of the Cli rk of the 1 'ircult 1 "ourt on or before the 3rd day of July, 1963. I If you fall to do so, Judgment by dele, idi ill I" taken iigainsl > n 1 for the r. li. f demandi d In the Bill of i i '"inid.i Int. This notice shall 1 .. published onci leach week for four consecutive week* in THE JEWISH I LKRID1AN. IH>NK AND ORl'EREH nl Miami. Florida, this 23rd •!;<>. of May, A.D. 1963. E. D. LEATHERMAN, 1 'lerk of the 1 'Ircult Court 1 iade County, I'I la tseal) II) : K. \l LYMAX, I leput) 1 :. 31, •: T-l I--1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NITICE IS HKItKr.Y OIVEN that i)^Isti r .in name ii h the i "lerk of th Circuit Court of Dadi County, Plo PALMETTO CORP a l-'la C B)\ R. i i.. v. ii. President II VKKY ll. TEITEl MAN Vttoi ne) for I 'a Imetlo < ?orp, 1318 N.vv. Till Street Miami. Florida r. 17. NOT'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HF:REBY OIVEN the underslgni d, di *li Ing to 1 "-::' business under the fictitious nan. IREATEI1 I • I 'i: I' M NT'Y 1 "RE1 >l BUREAU at W40 N.E. 2nd Ave., Ml ami ::s. Florida int. nds !• %  r< said mini, with the Clerk of the 'ii.mt Court "I I lade 1 "ounty, Florida. MIAMI Ci IMMKRCIAL Al .ENCY, 1 Ni'.. soli owner 6 24-81, fi 7-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the the undersigned, desiring i" ens in business under the fictitious mini of CAMPUS QUEEN at 1288 S. Dlxl Highway, Intends to register sal name with Mn Clerk of the Circu Court of HadiCounty, Florida. I:I:I:TII A RODRIGUEZ Sole owner :. :'.l, 6/7-11-^' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Mia the undersigned desiring t< engage i business under the fictitious nain.o '•1 IPY SERVICE • >!•' MIAMI HI-: v.l ,-u IL'II 1..in'n Road, Miami Bead intends t" register said name the Clerk of the Cin lilt Court of Dad County, llinid.-i. 1RWIN BLOCK : %  24-31, •'• 7-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the llctltlons name of STATE INVESTIGATION BUREAU 't 6120 NVV 7th Avenue, Miami, l-'la.. intends I" register said with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 lad.County, Klorlda, KURXI I'URE SUPERM VRKET INC. Ol MIAMI 11) Paul Kats, I'i • wident M 1 : %  man, Kaplan .\ 1 'ataman 1130 s.VV. i-t Street, M ami • 24, SI, fi 7. II NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 59442-A in Re: KST.V ri-: OF SAMUEL NUSSBAUM I is, .1 To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Vgalnst Said Estate: You ami a. ii "( > • %  >! ar-hereby notified -in.1 required to present any claims ami demands which you, or either <-f you, HUM have Against the .-state of SAMUEL NUSBBAUM deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Honorable County Judges ol Dade County, and file the same in their offices In thi Count) Courthouse in Had.County, Klorlda, within six calendar months from Ihe date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal ad.1 i the claimant and to lie sworn to and presented as aforesaid, %  1 Bame w m he bai > ed. I> 1 Ma) -'1st. V.l>. 1963. HELEN s. NUSSBAUM v Administratrix of the Ei tnte ol \ VIII-'I. NUSSBAUM Deceased. BEN ESSEN, Esq Attorn. foi Vdi I is imi s. yoold Bldg Miami 32, Fin. 24-31, • %  : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nu'l'li'i: is HEREBY GIVEN tha the undersigned, desiring t" engag In business under Ilnfictitious nain Df HARPER-JAY C(i.. Mini lnc.1 a i"i Savons Avenue, Coral Gable* Klorlda, Intends to register said nam with the Clerk of the Circuit Coui ni Hade County, Florida. M. SCHIFF OEOROE, AMES .vR1TTER 1 ISO S W. I ll -t Stl 1 ft Miami 36, Florida R) MERVYN L, VMl'S Attorneys for Applicant i ,7. 24. 31, 'I : CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE D SSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PR! -i:\TS SHALL POME, GREETINGS Whereas, THEODORE HERMAN CORAL OAHLF'S, PIjORIDA; MA." OUTMANN, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA; KURT F'RANK, MIAMI. FLORIDA did on the 30th day "t May, .v.l 1959, cause i" be Incorporated undd the laws of the state of Florid DAIRY CENTER, INC. a corporatios with its principal place of business a Okeechobee, Okeechobejo County, ii the State "f Florida, And whereaj such corporation did on the 28th da of May, vi'. 1968, cause to He film in the office ••!' the Secretary "f Statu of the State "f Florida, the documentary authority required undei Section 608.27, Florida Statutes, showing thi dissolution of such corporation. Now. therefore, the Be< retary •State dot hi ebj eel tlf) t" the foregoing and that I isfled that thi ir.-in.-in s of t ii. 1.1 w have b< 1 enmplied With IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hav hereunto sel m) hand and havt afflxi .1 in in nl Si al "i the Stati of FT 1 Ida, n Tallahassee, the tat, this thi i" VV I-: N T Y I', M l ril -I M VY, A D i'i i.M ADAMS, Secret •; 7 63



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Page 12-A &f Jenisfi rkridrifr> Friday. June 7. 1563 On The Passing Of Louis Lipsky Continued from Page 4 A golden age of American Zionism closes with Louis Lipsky. the last of a select and dedicated band, which in a large measure created Medinat Israel. Actually he belonged to the leadership of a bygone day. His colleagues in the U.S.A. were Chaim Weizmann and Louis Brandeis, Stephen Wise and Henrietta Szold, Julian Mack and Felix Frankfurter, Chaim Greenberg. Emanuel Newman and Morris Rothenberg. Abba Hillel Silver. Nahum Goldman and David Ben-Gurion belong to a later category. As a young man. Lipsky's associates in Europe were Nahum Sokalow, Max Nordau. Schmaryahu Levin, BiaJik, Usshiskin and Motzkin. Lipsky held his own with the most scintillating of each remarkable group, on both sides of the Atlantic. The career of Louis Lipsky has no parallel ir. American Jewish life. He stands unique as the first layman who chose a purely Zionist vocation and achieved eminence without the aid of wealth, title, office, degree, or profession. Before him, no one excepting rabbis could attain prominence in Jewish life without first becoming distinguished ir the Gentile world. Friends often deplored his abandoning a literary career for Zionism. They felt that he would have left an impress upon Amen-' can letters. In early years he had written plays, short stories, polemics, and was drama critic for a leading New York daily. His Gallery of Zionist Profiles. pubJi.vhed in 1956, and Tales of the Yiddish Riulto. printed in 1962, both written in his old age. attest to his gilts as a writer of exquisite, chiseled prose. Furthermore, his judgment of dramatic values, insight into political maneuvering, understanding of international affairs, leeling lor social movements and capacity for analysis might have developed in him a columnist, commentator, or journalist of high dimensions. He appears to have had that indefinable intuition and discrimination that is indespensable for creative criticism. The First World War threatened to disrupt the Zionist movement w ith its center in Europe now divided into hostile camps. At this critical moment Louis D. Brandeis stepped into the breach. When Brandeis visited Palestine in 1920 he stressed the fight against malaria as the most pressing problem. He had little patience with cultural and spiritual activities in a land where people lacked the barest necessities. The European Zionists, on the other hand, led by Weizmann. stressed the social and cultural needs. Chaim Weizmann's American contingent consisted erly 0 f the East European f or Training as Specialist jpsky. Airman Robert L. Bloomberg, HARRY SimONHOFF .. Miami eulogist the ZOA he turned to the plain people and forged the organization into a more democratic, mass movement. Many people believed that Lipsky saved Zionism in the USA during this crisis. The ideological impact of Presidents' Council Installs Rubin New president of the Miami Beach Presidents' Council is Simon E. Ruhin who accepted the gavel from outgoing president. Leonard A. "Doc" Baker at a luncheon Monday in the Delano Hotel. Baker was presentei with a plaque for distinguished service." Dr. Irving Lehrman conducted the installation ceremony and other offii-er> installed were Ted Cohen. Martin Smith, vice presidents; Ray Redman, secretary treasurer: Ben Giller. Arthur Leibowitz. Sidney Rubinowitz. Her bert Stein, Dave Wasserman, directors. Guest speaker, Jack Kasscwiiz. chief editorial writer of The Miami News, introduced by Hank Meyer, spoke on "What Challenges! Face Us." Award for the outstanding or ganization was presented to the: Miami Beach Optimist Club, ac-1 cepted by Mel Richard, and Sidney Rubinowitz, president, Miami Beach Apartment House Assn., was given the award as outstand ing president. Founded in 1945, the 200 membera of the Presidents' Council are cither past presidents or representatives of about 40 Miami Beach service organizations. Louis Lipsky on American Zionism has been great. He was the theoretician of the ZOA for about two decades. He held that the issues of the Brandeis-Wiezmann conflict transcended the controversy over the relative merits of Keren Hayesod. To Lipsky, Zionism meant unifying the Jewish people for political action. A group of splinter corporations, financed by private enterprise might have a place in the economy of Palestine. But the building of the Jewish state could only be ac1 complished by a central agency, I which at the time seemed to be j the Keren Hayesod. If Louis Lipsky's defection was a loss to American letters, as j some think, Zionism certainly 1 profited. A complex personality, his contribution was highly indi-1 vidualistic. His approach was; neither religious, nor scholarly,; nor economic. In his youth he leaned toward Socialism. Yet at: no time was he identified with' Poalei Zion or the Verband. He preferred the bourgeois Zionists to the Laborite Zionists. An indivi-l dualist himself, he nevertheless stressed the importance of organi-1 zation and demanded strict Zionist discipline. A most important %  contribution was his appeal to intellectuals. He brought into the ZOA such writers and theoreticians as Abraham Coralnik. Samuel Melamed. Israel Goldberg i Rufus Learsi). Maurice Samuel and Ludwig Lewisohn. Their impact upon Jewish thinking was powerful. Lipsky's intense involvement with Zionism never flagged Thus in 1943. he helped organize the American Jewish Conference. Under his direction American Jewry, through its elected representatives, voted almost unanimously lor a Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine. In 1954 Lipsky received the Stephen Wise Award. His place in Jewish history is well summed up ir. the citation of the Award Committee: "For more rlia>i 50 years, Loin* Lipi\) wisdom, wit. and powtrs of incisifi exposition hut e been dedicated to the cause of lewish peoplehood ami the Zionist movement. He had given I lifetime <•/ creative leadership to the rebuilding of Zion and he has heen mentor and iiMpirgfioii to certerdtioni of American Zionists." Robert Macht, president of Jordan Marsh of Florida, will be responsible for coordinating Uniled Fund's payroll deduction plan in schools, government and transportation divisions, it was announced by Gen. G. A. Evans, 1963 fall campaign chairman. Associated with United Fund for several years. Macht is a member of the Economic Society of South Florida, Executive Committee of the MiamiDade County Chamber of Commerce and board of directors of the First National Bank of Miami. "We must spread the base of fair share giving to support the increased needs of United Fund member agencies for the 1963 campaign," Macht said. Carol Fishman Wins Chase Scholarship Carol Mitzi I'ishman of Miami Beach Senior High has been selected for the annual Chase Federal Scholarship Foundation award. Establishe 1 by C. L. Clements, president of Chase Federal Savings and Loan Assn. in memory of Frank Chase for whom the Miami Beach financial institution was named, the scholarship is based on scholastic and extracurricular activity. The award for $2,000. $500 for. each college year, stipulates only i than the student maintain a B average or better. On the selection board: Principal Steve Moore; Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El;, Leonard "Doc" Baker. Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce; Dr Judea Inducts at Friday Services During services on Fn veiling. Temple Judea Men's and board of tini be installed. Slate is headed by Albc mil). .(I!', preside nt; Mort Zitl man, Dr. Elias Kogan, vice nts; Abraham Stein, treasun Iney Richman, secretary. Trustees are: Charlc Harold Berkowitz. Tild blunt, Oscar Evans. Harold iffer, Leonard Kalish. Leo Kat; \ Kronowitz. Hy Lipson. E Robins, Robert Rosen. Charlberg, and Maurice Waldorf During the program M%  %  Tub • man-of the year" plaque:ll be awarded will enjoy the rea! Newark at the new "d • t Shell Fine;! J .st Side Icxot'on %  ;. way between United Nations and Rot T flic Center; efosa s all trar.spoflation end iermi-.ns Beautiful oir-cenr^tion^d r eo m i and suites with television — it most moderate raivtl OUTDOOt ROOF GARDES AND SUN DCCK SWIM RH ': I Coffee Shop Excellent Restaurant Famous Supper Club the 1200 ROOM Heiel UsinfSen Avenue, 4W H <• %  i ••* NIW T0K IT. N. Y.-im. KM W !" %  MHtfeaW SMILTON T 0 -"i) C**rUl| SS ••<''' 'I %  • '• lf*C INK I Jess Spirer, University and Parks Rusk. Mtrru of Miami,' i'" ttniAirman Bloomberg Assigned Zionists led by Louis Lipsky At the Zionist convention in June 1921, brilliant orators expounded the issues with passionate logic. When the ballots were counted, US stood for Weizmann's Keren Hayesod and ~i stood by Brandeis. The influential Bran deis forces Withdrew, leaving the Zionist Organization of America to the immigrant generation and their children. The blow to the prestige of American and World Zionism seemed staggering. At this critical juncture, Lipsky became president of the ZOA, the only leader of stature left who could prevent its dissolution. After losing the "name" figures of NEW HEALTH with every LUXURY ton of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bloomberg, of 6850 SW 1st St., is being reassigned to Syracuse (N. Y.) University for technical training as a United States Air Force communications analysis specialist. 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* Pioneer Chapters Present Officers Kaojt>,ih Chapter of Pioneer Womi as to install officers for 1963-6^ this Thursday evening in the }'. .iv inn Chapter president is Mrs. Jack Sills. 'il.. • -• Include* vie* prealdentB, Mi.Kri.-.i>i.!i unii iii>. i r.-.i San. ili i.i.ir..-. Mr-. Mill..ii Ken.-l.-i-. • nni. I'. much, Hi v. Humlie! Bl t-aimrt-r, Mi-. David Bell liua mix i .nre Mrs, William ("has.-, Marvin Copenhaaen, Mis. Mnaei %  • %  Mm "• i l Segal, Mr*. Jack R MrHarold Shapiro, mid .Mis. .'.. W. 1slirs. leo Goldman, a past pres ident of the chapter, member of the Dational board of Pioneer Womer.. and a vice president of the Miami Council of Pioneer Worm • will be installed as honorary | resident. Pro;;;m for the evening will include .ocal selections by Mrs. Robcr. Shevin. soprano, and a corps i i ballet from the Dade Civic Ballet Company under the directic-r of Frieda Rassel. thi 0(/< ovnan s IJUorU "Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, June 7, 1963 Section B Dora Stein Sisterhood Hosts Traditional Sabbath Dinner A traditional Fridav Bight dinner will follow 6 p.m. services at Israelite Center. To be held in the social hall at 7 p.m., the dinner is sponsored by the Dora Stein Sisterhood for all paid-up members. Chairmen are Mrs. Chester Letter and Mrs. Estelle Lazuras. with Mrs. George Graham in charge of reservations. Mr* Annette Blacker will the rr -vess of ceremonies. be Cor:.' Gables Chapter held its annual luncheon honoring the incomir.. officer* Tuesday, noon, at Cook it Restaurant. [BStaDed were: Mrs. Sam Davis, presic.t.-'. Mrs M. S. Green, vice president; Mrs. Harry Sklar, Mrs. Kate R se. Mrs. Louis Sachs, see returnMrs. Leo piotkin, treas urer Sylvia Levin, member ship irman; and Mr-. Sonia Plotki; Moetzel Hapoalot chairma Beth Am Council Designates Funds A recently appointed Keren Ami Council of Temple Beth Am, met with Rabbi Herbert M. Baum!;ard and Mrs. Harry Ross, principal of the Religious School, to discuss disposition of the Keren Ami Fund. Those on the committee are Allison Miller, Mark Freeman. Lora and Jeffrey Lewis. Phyllis Greenberg, Sheila Silberman, Gary Fagin. Ronna Flashman, Raymond and Michael Leone. Robert Lurie, Sara Beth Harris. Mickey Landers, Scott Pallot, Sam Goldstein, Marjori lsis. Ricka Stark, Jeffrey Rosenberg. Paulette Marks, Lewis Bamberg. Melanie Cook. Bonnie Blum. Shelley Perch, George Fisher. Jack Feuer, Joel Shenkman, Andy Marks. David and Fred Shields Registration for the 196364 term bena last Sa t ur d a y morning, The confirmation group. 8th. 9th and in:h grade classes, will meet on Saturday mornings. Hebrew ilasscs will be held on week days. Delegates who will attend the 15th annual conference, Brandeis University National Women's Committee in Waltham, Mass. Left to right are Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, Mrs. Sam Goldman, new president of the local group, Mrs. Max Stadler. Delegates not shown, Mrs. Jack Robbins. Mrs. Solomon Margolis and Mrs. Betty Oberstein. Group will also attend the 12th commencement exercises to be held on Sunday. Conference will end June 11. n j bv ISABEL GROVE l. .rid Harrj Schifl motor New York for several week. Highlight ot the visit with friends an family, a surprise dinner party on June 15 in honor of the 4'i!h wedding annivei 'of Lil's sister D rothy and husband Diek Wahrman planned by the honoree's two daughters There'll be lots ol time too for the Schiffs to spend with their three darling grandchildren, Betty Jane 9. Shelley ; and Peter 4 They're the children of the former Eileen Schiff and Charles Bonepartb. (. .. nation of daughter Claud ia magnet attracting the Bialolenki family of DiLido Isle to Atlanta Group includes par ents, I'rof. and Mrs. Andre S.. grandmother Dora Bialolenki. the graduate's sisters Blandra, a student at the University of Mi ami. n year-old Pamela hersell .duating this week from North Beach Elementary, and housenest for the past year. Marsha I'atchick. also II. returning soon to London, England Recipient ol a gold trophy from Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority for scholarship and activities. Claudia's graduation lrom Emory University will be followed this month by her marriage to Robert Paul Salomon of Stanford, Conn. Flsie and Lou Easton of Coral Gables attended commencement ceremonies at Welle.-lcy College in Massachusetts when daughter Linda (Mrs. Paul L. • Kalos received her BA degree Durum the weekend preceding graduation exercises, they participated in traditonal activities including a class supper, parents' dinner and president's reception Majoring in psychology. Linda twice received academic honors at Wellesley, and took her senior year's work at Barnard College in New York City under a cooperative program among members of the. Seven College Conference of Eastern colleges for women Continued on Page 5-B Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schwartz and Mr. and Mr..^t Cyna -non were among those attending the recent Westbrooke Country Club dance and art show. The are exhibit eatu.ed the works of European-bom painter. Johanna burner. Summer Event for ORT Ladies First affair of the new season for North Dade Chapter of Women's American ORT will be an evening at the Apache Resort Motel on Biscayne Blvd., on Saturday, June 22. Festivities will include a poolside barbeque. dancing, swimming in a lighted pool, and a swim fashion show. Fashion Show ior Shoshana "Does she or doesn't she ?" The question will be answered Tuesday evening at Temple B'nai Sholem. by Shoshana Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, with a wig fashion show presented by the Wig Center of North Miami Beach. Buffet for Miami Women A combination buffet-nipper and splash party will highlight the end of the year affair of the Women's Division of the Miami YMHA Branch on Saturday evening, at the home of Mrs. Jack Amazon. Vice president. Mrs. Stanley Spieler is chairing the event. Boy-leg swimsuit, shaped with Alix famed built-in bra. Quick-drying imported cotton, all lined, in a splashy blue-tone floral. 10 to 20. 19.95 Add the skirt for matching cover! 13.95 POOl s ; PATIO SHOP MIAMI I THIRD/'LOOK) A\D MIAMI BBACH l6Jrd STREEI I I I \( />/ RDAI I W'i S7 PALM HI A< H % 



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rage 2-B +Jewlst> fhrktt&n Friday. Iiine 7. 19S3 .1 Seitlin's Renamed Beth David Leaders Mr. an.l Mrs. Louis Seitlin have Vcn n-elected to head Beth David's Men's Club and Sisterhood, respectively. Other officers and board memben, Men's Club: Edward Syrop. Norman Sholk. vice presidents; Irving Rosen, treasurer; "theodore Lomaskin. secretary. I iii.-.i.rs in. I'i.le ll.iijmriii A Da' .1 \lt.-t niMi. Morris Atkin-. Al1"T1 .1. Ilr.i. Miii'i'd li.-il.. I., on tfarnaril, William !:.• %  >.in, ll< i imi" l.i.r. ii. Herbert (*a*hvnn, Jemld t'oburn, l.t-uiI'.iiiin, Harry C*ypen, UjftDh'kman, Sol Drvtttrk, Mauik-e H.vman, Stanley Jamlmtn, Herman Kay, Vrehle Menilelnon, !. % % %  Mlnnlln, .\l. v. r K..I.I.in.-. H-nr* llft*pmrart*fl, Arthn l; >in. k. Max Silver, ItoKnard l %  • i. il. William W. in. r Advisor* are Sam llodanea, Michael Cfivln. .hull:.Milv-n rrteriman. Max .1; bxon, I'r. M,irK. inian. Samuel <•-' owalcy, i;us Shaw and Cnarle* /.. Sj.-irj SiKtoilmod officer* an Mr*. Irvlna WVin.r. Mn>, Muiia> l:u'ks. M is< -. in..nr Kaplan. MrMinn. • %  iMuin. \ • i.i. slili inMrOerald S..II7.. parllaii'. iiiari.n. Mis. Max Jaooltaon, mlrtani: Mrs John Strunln, Mrs. Uani. i toffee, Mrs Howard Berger, i.laii.s. Mrs Max ttoalilg, M %  •..surer. iioaril iiu-int.liar. .\l.--.lam. s Albert Beer, Bernard Bloom, Minna I'.!....in. Miirr:i> Cl MI-I.II. Itlrliaril M.T..|.i. Mauii.. Hyman, Maurice K.lln.i. Daniel Klndler, Evelyn Levitt, HiM.i LasaruM, Tneodon Lomaakin. Murray Marcus, Sam liatrowaky, harid 1'ain.s. Mmiis Rabinowita, l.si. Ran, Lawrence Kcherr, CTharlen Z. Hplnicarn, Harr> Btone, s..m Baoanea, Leonard Wolf, Jerome Young, Hyman Kiel ii an.l .1, rant? Mawv, II. Patrons List Grows For Tops' Series Miami Beach's 13th annual "Pops" concert season gets under way Sunday with Skitch Henderson, popular radio and television personality, conducting the University of Miami Summer Symphony Orchestra in the first of 10 Sunday evening concerts to be presented at Miami Deach Auditorium. Featured soloist will be baritone Bob Carroll. Patrons who have made reservations for the concert include: Mr. Mrs. Sonnett Heads Opti-Mrs. Group Opti-Mrs. Club j>|. Miami Beach installation ceremony is" scheduled for Wednesday, noon, at the Barcelona Hotel Presiding officer will be Seymour Silverman. past president of the North Shore Optimist Club. An original script. "The Verdict is Yours." will be presented. Cast members are Metdatnei Murray Sonnett. Emanuel Goldstrich. Robert Jackson. Gene Troop. George Goodman and Arthur Leibowitz. Incoming officers are Mrs Murray Sonnett. serving a second term as president; Mrs. Emanuel Goldstritch, Mrs. Louis Pilzer. Mrs. Seymour Silverman. vice presidents; Mrs. Gene Troop. Mrs WocthrAAlfO \fai4c George Goorfman, Mrs Arthur YTC5IUI UURC JIGII3 Leibowitz. secretaries; Mrs Rob m • %  %  • %  crt Jackson, treasurer. Family Nights Westbrooke Country Club sum mer family nights, held once a week last year, proved so popular that this year they will be extended to three nights each week. Starting on Tuesday, they will eon tinue every Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday until Labor Day. On those nights the club will be open for family style dinners, swimming, tennis, handball and paddle ball. Family night activi ties also include Tuesday night movies; Wednesday night dancefor teen-agers, and Thurs night game-. MRS. MURRAY SONHITT Temple Brotherhood Region Selects Officers of Refreaf Officers elected durinth e Southeast Florida Federal n of TempU ^Brqjherhjoijds' ^„ pua | weekend retreat May 24 26 at Plantation Yacht Harbor were President, Judge Stanlev \| Pred, Temple Sinai. .North Miami. executive vice president. David Drucker. Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach; vice president] Henry Stemgold. Temple Bmtnu' El, Ft. Lauderdale. Nat Drobner. Temple Beth El. Hollywood, Mor ton Gilbert. Temple Israel, Wet Palm Beach; secretaries: William E. Gladstone. Temple Israel, Miami. Leonard Kalish. Temple Judea. Coral Gables; honorary past president: Morton A Gram, Temple Israel. Miami Agudath Israel to Honor Goldbergs 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldberg will be honored on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary during services Saturday morning at Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute. Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever will dedicate his sermon. "Humility Manifests a Happy Life." to the honorees. The Goldbergs, who participate in activities of the Men's organizations and Sisterhood of the Institute, will host the Kiddush following services. National Cardiac to Benefit From Cleopatra Performonce All proceeds from tinlavish' premiere of "Cleopatra" at the Lincoln Theatre on Wednesday. June 26. will go to the National Children's Cardiac Hospital Social events preceding the gala opening will also bench; the Hospital's program of research and treatment ot rheumatic and congenital heart diseases in children. Purchase of a $50 tick' I for opening night will entitle the patron to be a guest at a cock tail party on Sunday. June 23, 4 p.m.. aboard Harold Chassis'! Egyptian %  Romanesque houseboat the Villa di Harold, docked op posite the Doral Beach Hotel Mi and Miami Mis. Til. ...I .\l I s 1 I.HT\ 1 ;.-i. and Mi.-. A.I 1 .-ii Lao A. :.• I'inaii • I •• San.ll.-I Mr. ami ;. Prank Qabnr, Mr. Kan. I11 an.l Mr> NOW! : for maglc-easq meals.. 2 ^T/i ILNO : KOSHER : .|..s. % %  I. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Harold 1: K< a.i ill. Mr ami Mi-. .1 rhlpman Black. Mr. mid Mm Mi, lia.-l linutfi.i.l. MrWilliam Han..1.1. I'etel K< nrtall, Harold K> ndall, .ii Mii Salt.la. nhj Pi l. I Manns, Ml lam. Ihiyli .1 II Pi iber, Mm Herb. 1 %  • \ nci Mn \\ llllam Blekej %  >-inbj. Mr .".I MiK.I..H L. Brlnkin n Tickets for the season's opening "Pop" conceit are available at the I'M Symphony office on campus. Miami Beach Auditor lum, Philpitt's Record Shop in Miami, Allegro Music House in Coral Cables, and Harmony Music Shops iii Dadeland and 163rd St. Simp ping Centers SLICED BOLOGNAj Membership Tea for Sunshine Member-bringa-member tea ill be held by B'nai B'rith Women, Sunshine Chapter, on Wednesday, 1 p.m.. at the home ol Mrs, Joseph Samuels, 1201 NI". 161st St.. membership vice president. President of the group is Mrs Meyer Gordon %  (fesWycM! vteuum|octadi Quality Flavor Kashruth • CORNED BEEF • FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOLOGNA WILNO KOSHER i SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR i 6551 Franklin D. Kreutzer received a summer appointment with the National Labor Relations Board in Washington. D.C., and will be engaged in legal work. Kreutzer will enter his final year at the University of Miami Law School in the fall, and is presently completing his thesis requirement for a Master's degree in government. He is principal of Temple Zion Religious School. I No, they don't come this way. You still have to do a little work. Like opening the can, putting the beans in the pan, heating them. But your reward is instant. Everyone digs in, most of them yell for seconds. And you have two reasons to be pleased with yourself. (1) Heinz (strictly) Vegetarian Beans are strictly delicious. (2) They're good for people. Big on proteins. So be a hero.Tonight. 6^ A KOSHER AND PAREVE-THE HEINZ VEGETARIAN BEANS LABEL BEARS THE SEAL OF APPROVAL /I OF THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. • % >1



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o Friday, June 7, 1963 I 5 Rabbi Lipschitz To Conduct Ceremony For Beth Torah A special Baccalaureate service for Beth Torah will take place at Friday night semces and will honor tJie following graduates: Marsha Ball, Diane Keshlansky, (.'thy .Sandier. Synthia Schorr, .Justin Weinginger Carol Vigman, Kllen Bail, Judr %  .-. Brower. Ronnie Dweck, Rita Haber, Mark Hadclad, Roin.-1-t :-. ii. Jason Ilelfroan, Alan Kirzner. Andrew Ross. Rabhi Max A. Lipschitz will conduct thiceremo Officers and Directors of Beth Torah Congre^a.on. Sisterhood, Men's (Jub ami PTA's were installed last Fririj. evening. Mate for the congregation include*: • "; %  S 0 *""*" %  nt: Dave Ma aulirs, (leonce < %  itzi ,n, Adrian Kaufin.ui, Btanlei SYi-di an, N.-n siu.ir Richard Bnelder, .: president*; Joel Oottehrer.tr.-,;. <:iniu..| K.lclscn. Mr* Marcla Blahut Mr. Jow.ph yon. km. secretaries. Peat presJdenl Bamuel Bergman Harold Brown, .1. .. I •jam..ml, JUIPH Kllon, Herman r>. Kovlnsnn, Irving Bfidel, Mayor artl Pnyder TruHi.— : Robert Raumoht, ri':ihk BurK, Bam Dorfn .-. Morris F.l.lnmn, Murray lirpvn-, >Nban Qreene, Ben Karp, Theodore Klai eis, Leroy Levj Irvlna; Newm:.n, N .• • „„ Oetrov, LOHIH I'n 1 UK, Howani ft'illiy, I >r. Morton I:, i.-s. Dr. Mori.I -. •-.nl.luth. Ktwene S, hu.*r-ri{. MrI.-..11 Bballoway, tftaiiley st^in. i,.n. Taylor, Ewald Zifii 1, Mta. I — • %  ;i I .;.r. Ramu< 1 v<: : .nry Fraedman, Aiilnir Hlrshbera", Kum-yt .lank... 1 ry K ng. i 1 Ice Laaalo, Albert Ma. roff. IT |>aiil. Louhl Sahm, Ueorsjv IPI*. Abraham +Je*istrk>ridtian Page 3-B .-. i.. S. y 11.• •. 1 r SI n • Mi %  I* K.: I. 1 Includea Meed • nri aid. n' 1: I.. 1.. Bv. !.l Zifl \ io pi evident III • 1 \A \M.i \ Horoulti 1. tarl< l*i aid) nt ol .Club, Mink Hi !%  1II1 %  Kuberl Btui-. Solomon BandOabrlel BhantI '1.lark Wolfe. -t.'ih 1 roster Stanley St. -in. odman, Samuel hard Snelder, IValflsh, treaaMurrlM Shapiro, Hoffman, .-. 1 HARVARD STUDENT SeM Experience College Boards HIIrrt-PR€PAiTION-ADVICE Reosenable. HkSM Wl 7-1365 MRS. STANLEY STUN Sisterhood president in..hi. vice presidents; Stanley Joaowlts, Loula Plncua, atcTetarlea; John .1 \erner, treasurer; trustees, Chanim Hand, Murray Masln, Eugene SchH-aruberc, Julius Welner, Albert zavkerman. Rellaious School PTA officers are: A'.-ilain.s Adrian K:iufman, i,i.-iitontl Jack Levin, Nathan Olaaler, Arthur Hlrachbera, vice presidents; Hen Karp, Isaiah Bhofrnn, Harold Coin n. aecretarles; Leonard Goldberg, ii. aaurer. Nursery School PTA: Meadamea Ihllni Paul, president; Ira Rothfleld, vice president; Irving Newman, membership chairman: Irving Beldel, holloas Chairman; Lawrence Brant, Joseph Popicin, aecretarles; Morris Schonwetter, treasurer, # Nineteen students of Beth Torah Congregation Hebrew School were graduation at exercises last Sunday evening Highlight of the program was a cantata. 'Rebirth ol Israel," written by Benjamin Neidzwetzki, and directed by Ben Vomen. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz made the address to the students and Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, consult MKS. ADRIAN KAUFMAN PTA president ant of the Bureau of Jewish Education, distributed the diplomas. Irving Seidel, president of the Congregation, offered greetings and awards were presented by George Katzman, chairman of the board of education. Jewish Home for the Aged will present its annual award to the graduating class for programs presented at the Home and American Friends of the Hebrew University presented an award to an outstanding student in history and development of the State of Israel. Graduates are: Renee Book, Samuel Cantor, Robert Freedman, Parry Goodman, Michael Gruen, Jerrold Hornstein, Michael Labator, Sharon Leopold. Burt Levy, Kenneth Newman. Madelyn Reichman, Richard Roland, Steven Shantzis, Mark Sofron, Max Sturman, Elliott Tobias, Leonard Toonkel, David Weinstock and Keith Wolfe. — %  —"* Dade Heights Holds First Graduation AERIAL SIGN CO. AIRPLANE BANNER TOWING Year 'Round Gold Coast Coverage Covers Your Selling Area Wl 5-1602 Fust Hebrew School graduation exercises at Dade Heights will be held on Sunday evening. Students who have completed WIDOW DESIRES to trode Fre* lean for Woman Come union. .:: • '3 on Bay, Pool. Phone Wl 5-6732 ; HERS AGAIN To Give You •-xnpf Service < [LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING! > Contra:' • Repair % 1111 5.W. 14th IT. HI 69904 1 RABBI w Pleasant personality, excellent < t speaker, oraaniier. educator, etc. 4 % Rabbinical Seminary & University J graduat*. 30 years in the rabbinate. < % In present position 10 years. Ex perienced in all phases of rabbin< ical, cemmuaitv work. Married. 4 Miami Beach Recreation Department in Observance "Free Time. A Challenge to Free Men" is the theme ol the Miami Beach Recreation Deparl ment'g observance ol "June, National Recreation .Month," proclaimed by President John F. Kenni .lack Woody, superintendent of recreation, announced that a .scries of informative meetings of the neighborhood playground advisory councils will be held "to acquaint parents, civic organizations and adults who enjoy the recreation department's activities and vacilities with the scope of the City's programs." the five year course in Hebrew instruction are: Lawrence Arem, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Arem; Barry Bell, son of Mr. ;nd Mrs. Stanley Bell; Stephan Buchberg. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buchberg; Arnold Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Oavis: Edwin Farber, son ol Mr and Mrs. Harry Farber; Bruce Heller, son of Mrs. Betty Heller; Bruce Nagle, son of Mr. and Mrs Morris Nagler; David and Jonall;an Roth, -mi of Mr. and Mrs Sheldon Roth. Hebrew Academy Presents Diplomas 1, Twonty-two Hebrew Academy' students will be awarded diplomas I at the junior high school graduation exercises to be held Wednesj day evening in the Ida Appel Auditorium. Second annual graduation to be held in the new building, graduates will have completed a full elementary and junior high school course of studies in addition to a I maximum program of Hebrew education. Fourteen of the students have attended the Academy t from first grade. Guest speaker will be Dr. Thomas Bailey, State superintendent of public instruction, whose tcpic will be "Be a Dreamer." Greetings will be extended by presidents of the Academy men's organization. PTA and Hebrew Academy Women. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, will present the following awards: Rose and Samuel Ritter' I Scholarship award; Louis Merwit-j zer salutatorian award; Rose and J Harry Genet Hebrew studies! award; Samuel and Beckie Reinhard bible award; Jewish Florid. ian journalism award; and the alumni award. Also to be presented are a mathematics, science. social studies and service award. 1 Sidney Appel Memorial award [ for character, given annually to I j an eighth grade student, will also 1 be presented. Americanism award i to two sixth grade students for the : best essays on "What Democracy Means to Me" will be presented b> the Miami Beach Elks Lodge essay contest. Rabbi Morris Horo-' vitz, assistant principal, will distribute the diplomas. Glass gift will be presented to Louis Merwitzer. president of the Hebrew Academy. Valadictorians are Michael Gewitz and Aaron Friedman. Graduates of the 1963 class are: Ronald Steven Bergman. William B, Berman. Barry Y. Bogin. Harold Feit. Bstelle May Finkelstein,I Maxine Karen Firtel. Aaron L. Friedman, David Lewis Galbut. Michael S. Genet, Michael Gewitz. Dorothy E. Goldstein, Sheldon I. Kahan. Tomas Lefkovits, Moses Yigal Malki. Philip Mirmeili. Leon Allen Pollack, Judith Anne Reinhard. Phyllis Sue Retnhard. KartfJ. Sa'fra, Tiki C. 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Page 4-B 9\MmfsJi Ftvrldiain Friday. June 7, 1963 TEMPLE Menorah held its an %  annual spring festival and in stallation ball this past Sunday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Re-installed as president Has Maurice Revitz. For the evening Mrs. Revitz wore an ice ^reen silk chiffon with a bout-ant skirt. Her fitted bodice featured a high rounded neckline vhicli was self jeweled in a wide •iand of satin lined bugle beads. Wife of the honorary president •f the congregation. Mrs Max Krau-s chose an aqua moygashel inen sheath with a matching olor eyelet bodice. Mrs. Elsie Belsky was honor d 1.nher outstanding service (i the Temple. She is also president of the Sisterhood, and for the occasion selected a chifton gown in a royal blue and green print. Her skirt featured soft asymetrical draping. Mrs. Charles Sommer's black peau de sine dinner ensemble consisted of a sheath dress with a fitted waist-length jacket. A gold silk shantung sheath was the choice of Mrs. Milton Kaufer. Mrs. Abe Selecoff's porcelain blue moygashel linen sheath had a deep band* at the hem line of white silk oru'anza which was covered w%h white silk Schilffe embroidery. The classic black silk crepe sheath with the modilied ('raped bateau neckline was the choice North Dade Jewish War Veterans Post 746 Commander Noah Schisel (left), and Ladies' Auxiliary members Mrs. Fran Laschower and Mrs. Zelda Schisel bring "telecart" to 90-yearold bedridden veteran iu the VA Hospital in Coral Gables. Patient, originally from New York, served with Unit 48 Nurse Corps at Unit Hospital in Nevers, France from 1918 to 1919. Mrs. laschower, JWV Auxiliary hospital representative, regularly visits the VA Hospital to bring the "telecart" to bedridden patients, frequently following that service by acting as en escort for patients on litters and wheelchairs to and from •arious clinics, x-ray and therapy departments. This is exclusively a JWV Auxiliary project. *~ m \ WES I CABANAr^ND COUI OKE Vt CLUB HAS MADE IT SO EASY FOR MOTHERS TO 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 ippJicallons CABAN; tvniibit at BR KE ITRY CLUB iSOO ON THE TRAIL-JUST OFF THE PALMETTO] of Mrs. Al Sherman. Mrs. Sam Malow chose a small floral print in blue and green on white. Her sheath featured a squared neck line, and rhinestones scattered over the dress for fashion accent. Jewel tone chartreuse was the color of Mrs. Sol Frankel's two-ptece" 'eTTWMble. Her overblouse was completely covered with iridescent sequins in dia mond shaped patterns. Mrs. Sam Fuchs chose a silk sheath in an unusual beige and orange print. White Bavarian lace embroidered in sky blue was worn by Mrs. Milton Singer. Mrs. Jacob Matz selected ice blue Chantilly lace over satin for her sheath dress and matching seven-eighths coat. A sand colored boucle knit sheath with a tailored collar was worn by Mrs. Morton Robins. Wife of the Rabbi, Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz, wore a two-piece muted gold silk crepe. A floral pattern w a s embroidered in white. Mrs. Edward Klein, wife of the cantor, chose a lavender silk sheath embroidered with beads at the neckline, and dipping lower in the back. Mrs. Leonard Solomon, whose husband is vice president of the congregation, selected a white .silk satin cocktail suit. Her jacket was double breasted, and high at the neckline could be seen a black sequined sweater. Mrs. Emanuel Lebowitz's choice for the evening was a dusky blue silk sheath with a lace bodice. Her skirt had wide pan niers in the back that flowed to the hemline An imported voile print in reds and pinks with green foliage on white was worn by Mrs. Samuel Schiffman. Her dress had a deep "V" neckline Students Honored At Beth Am Services ^ Temple Beth Am will present awards to the following students in the Hebrew School, at the reg ular family service Friday evening: Vicki Orbach. Dale Schwartz. Paula Delson, Orin Wechsberg, Shira Baumgard, Frieda Krueger. Janis Goldstein. Jean Lawrence. Clifford Tall, Sharon Goldstein, Lewis Brown, Edward Goldstein, and full skirt. Mrs. Liber Ring er's choice was a golden yellow silk sheath. Mrs. Bob Turchin chose a twopiece sea-foam blue moygashel linen sheath, with a stand-away overblouse. Inserts of Clooney lace were at the sleeves, widely banded at the bodice and again at the skirt hem. A white silk print of multi-colored flowers was worn by Mrs. Jack Burstein. Her sheath featured a "V" neckline. Scott Lyons. Alison Miller, Gar> Leshaw, Michael Schenckman, Wii ham Gilbert. Scott Dreyfuss. Ban Steinberg. Andrew Gunther. Eileen Shore, Judith Bernstein, Lawrence Formnn. Mindy Harris, Paul Kramer. Andrew Marks. Barry Marks. Howard Michaelson. Deborah Rinz. Also Bobby Rosenthal, Robert Benin. Ronna Flashman. Gary | Ftgin, Donald Garvett, Jan Stern. Jeff Kramer, David Leitson, Garry Schwartz. David Shields. Day HI.I Cohen, Jay Frankel. Dennis ; Kaf km. Alan Sallman. Chuck Farkes. Paul Tumarkin, Alan W> socki. Jack Feuer. Penny Kfare. 1 Paula Rosenblatt, David Wasser. Larry Weinstein. Kenneth Dubbin, f Martha Altschuler, Barbara Anapol. Norman Axler, Marshal Kluerman. Irving Lawrence, Henry Liebman. Robert Lippman. Bruce %  Weinstein. FAMILY VACATION ADVENTURE IN THE COOL AND SCENIC BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS IN THE LAND OF THE SKY ... ALTITUDE 2,500 FEET If you like KREPLACH ^CHEESE-. Ravioli IN SAUCt i* 5 jumt heat' • at I You'll love CHEF BOY-AR-DEB CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender little macaroni pies...filled with tangy Italian Cheese... simmered with savory tomato sauce and] cheese...seasoned the real Italian way. 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^ Friday. June ?, 1963 +JewlstFk>rkfaitn Malows Tell of Trudy's Betrothal Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Malow, ministration from the University of 164000 NE 30th Ave., N. Miami of Miami. He is now a senior at Beach, and Patcrson, N.J., anUM's Law School and belongs to iioypce thp..enea}>i-mHt of tht-jjr Ph.i ..EpsiJon. Pi, social, .and Phi daughter. Trudy Sheila, to Arnold Alpha Delta, legal fraternity Levy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry No date has been set for the Levy, 516 Catalonia Ave. wedding. A graduate of Eastside High ... — School, \h.bride-elect will reM{CC flVAralf t/\ Wo/i eoive a degree in education from %  *• %  UTUHlll III fTCll the University of Miami in June. I I* ll The prospective bridegroom is a LflWlCnCC LOU'lOtl graduate of Coral Cables High Announcement is made this and has a degree in business ad week of the engagement of Miss J::erberg, treasurer. Incoming Sisterhood officers are Mrs. Jerry Simms, president; Mrs. David Greenberg, Mrs. Abe Waldman, vice presidents; Mrs. Jack Bolner, Mrs. Charles Jacobs, Mrs. Nat Lurie. secretaries; Mrs. George Fish, treasurer. miss rffuor MALOW Naomi Group Hears 'Prisoner' %  At the regular Monday night | meeting of the Naomi Group of; Hadassah. Jose Manuel Reboso.: formerly a registered architect in Cuba, will talk on "The Cuban Crisis." An officer in the intelligence division. Reboso was a Bay of Tigs prisoner. Meeting will be held at the Tastee Inn, 7500 SW 8 St. Israel K. Etman, proprietor of the DiLido Fur Salon, is contributing a fur-trimmed sweater to the Women's Division of Technion to be presented at the installation luncheon on Friday, June 7, at the Doral Beach Hotel. Accepting the gift is Mrs. Ruben Porter, treasurer. Etman was enrolled in Techion's first class in 1924 as an engineering student. He came to this country from Israel in 1930, learned the fur business and became a designer of blended fur fashions. Emanu-EI Honors Teaching Staff +^ocialitc ... bu sjsciocl V^I Celebrating 15 years on the staff I Mr* Helena Tara at Temple Emami-El. Mrs. Leo D. Brandeis was honored last month at the Temple's special graduation exercises and observance of Jewish Teacher's Day. Mrs. Trlxle OolilrhiK, MIM Irant in.' AppeHiauin, Miss Sharon Stone, Miii-tin Lt-Ibowlti and Hen Ami Zour. TET1EY TEA. ft Continued from Page 1-B Academic honors for Miami Bcachite Victor B. Bailey, graduating senior at the University of Miami Was awarded two fellowships and an assistanceship by Purdue U for graduate work in the School of Economics next year Son of Mr. and Mrs. Zachary F. Bailey, he was also elected recently to Omicran Delta Ensilon, national economics honorary faternity. %  Duty in Korea, near Seoul, fof Lt. Ira B. Shapiro, son of Dr .md Mrs. Arthur H. Shapiro Left in May and is stationed with the Army Engineer Corps there A 1962 graduate of Carnegie Tech. Lt. Shapiro toured extensively in the is i>ctre entering the Army in January, and t'>k training as a paratrooper .it F1 Benning Long, long drive lo the \\''-i i oast tor the Sugermans, Sarah .md Jerry First stop, Hot Springs, next, Denver to attend the wedding d Jerry's grandniece, .some time m Vegas, then on to LA., where they'll spend most of the summer with friends an.I family The Land of the Midnight Sim tor Dorothy (Mrs. Abe) Resnick this summer Leaving early rove July she'll tour the Scandinavian Countries by plane and boat With traveling companion Miss Sadye Selman, it will be a first look at Scotland. Ireland and also Vienna. Salzbcrg and Paris for the duo. Dividing her time and attention between two daughters and six grandchildren. Mrs. Tillie Silverstein flew first to Detroit for several weeks with one group and will spend the latter part of her vacation in West Orange, N .1 with the second set of relatives before returning to her home on Fronde Ave. Cleveland. ()., is where Mrs. J. Warren's family is. so she'll be leaving in a few days to visit with them Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. New man in Boston this weekend, where he'll attend a b;iard of di rectors meeting of 'lie Jewish Funeral Directors Assn. which he serves as a vice president Just returned from a visl Vtlanta, Ga., Anna and Harry I. Magid Attended conflrma• n ci grandson Scott, son of the former Janice Magid anil Gerald Ghertner who have two other chil ren Family reunion also included the son Mai colmn .1 Magid, his wife and their three. Mrs. Brandeis started as a Sunday school teacher in 1948. and has been with the Temple's nursery and kindergarten department since its inception more than 10 I years ago. For the past three ; years she has served as super[ visor of the department. other membera "f the teaching :in,,11Horn, Mis. Blatne Miller, Pythians in New Quarters George Gershwin Knights of Pythias Lodge 1%. will hold its first regular meeting in new quar ters, Hibiscus Masonic Temple. 10th St. and Alton Rd., on Mon day evening. Plans for a July 4 picnic, and installation of new officers on July 22 will be discussed. George Gershwin Ladies Auxiliary will also meet that night in Hibiscus Temple to discuss its | fund raising luncheon at the House; of Ho on June 22. proceeds marked for Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yet, there'i Yora To* itlrlt it tfaii ine let..."flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and plea* %  re with ) our fleithig* and %  ilchigs md bet*era aeal refreshmem ,.. 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Page 6-B +Jt>l$ti rJnridian Friday. June 7. 1963 Thais Honeymoon In the Bahamas Miss Ricki Popick Weds William Lader WOMAN OF THE WEEK You wouldn't dream, looking at elegant Oida Rubin today, that as a little girl growing up in Atlanta she was such a tomboy she wore holes in her stockings playing marbles. She was trained to be a kindergarten teacher and taught in Charleston. The Rubins and Simonhoffs migrated to Miami when Oida was in her early 20's; she's one of the old timers. She devoted herself exclusively to her children as they were growing up. She takes pride in their achievements as she herself is intensely interested in the same things. Sy is in New York, a world authority on hydroponics including hydroponics for space ships; Charles is a chemist and president of a chemical company in Baltimore, while Rosemond. an artist and student of psychology, is now Mrs. David Hammond and lives close enough for Oida to have the fun of baby-sitting with two of her six grandchildren. After the children were grown, Oida entered into a new life. Education in all its forms fascinated her. She taught Sunday School in Temple Israel, was active in the Bureau of Jewish Education, Greater Miami Federation and took course after course at Miami University. As one of the 100 invited to Princeton University to hear Albert Einstein, she was inspired and thrilled with the knowledge that belongs to Jewish people everywhere in the OIDA Hebrew University world. There are Friends of Hebrew University in England, France and Africa, among others. Swept by the dramatic pledge she had taken at l'nnceton. Oida came back to Miami and right in her own home founded the American Friends of Hebrew University which has been most active here in raising good-sized amounts of money. She has two dreams she wants realized—an exchange program for Hebrew University and a winter seminar at the University of Miami. She feels a spiritual and moral obligation to people of other countries which is so refreshing nowadays when people's concern is mostly with themselves. Busy every minute she still finds time for concerts, Ynusic and reading. She manages to get in a swim and a long walk every day. She always walked at least two miles a day, but after listening to the president she has reached five miles. Maybe she'll be one of the ones who'll get up to the 50 mile mark. If she sets her mind to it, it will be done. INVITATIONS ARE OUT That stunning gold and silver white invitation was from Nomi and Marvin Zank. It was for the Bar Mitzvah of their son Steven Scott at Temple Beth Am on June fifteeth. After the services you rest until evening then there will be a reception and dinner at the Miami Springs Country Club. a SOMETHING TO COME HOME TO Delia and Max Applebaum will go to Ft. Lauderdale for the graduation of granddaughter Joan Stuart from Pinecrest Prep. Then they to their home town. Huntingon, L.I., to see and be with their children. They will he home in time to greet arrival of their fourth greatgrandchild, expected in August by Mr. and Mrs. A Littman. A FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY BATH Bea and Maxwell Hyman celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary on June 3rd by taking a trip to Mexico for the noted medicinal baths at Ixtapan. DEAR JENNIE SEITLIN After a family dinner with all four of her sons and their families ut the home of Dr and Mrs. Jack Seitlin, Jennie Seitlin will set sail for Israel on the S.S. Zion. She were there eij,ht year ago with her late husband Henry. She is anxious to see the strides that Israel has ma'e since then. An ardent Zionist for over 50 years, Jennie wants to see the results of her own volunteer work in Israel Bonds and Pioneer Women. She will also visit her relatives who she hasn't seen in eight years. Have a good time, dear Jennie Seitlin. • THIRTY ROLLING PINS Miniature rolling pins were used as place cards at the kitchen shower given by Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Mrs. Aaron Kanner at the liver's home on Granada Blvd. The luncheon \\2S in honor of Beverly Jacobson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Jacobson whose marriage to Jeffrey Lefcourt, son of the Sidney Lelcourts. will be an August event. The buffet table was decorated with a parasol with all kinds of adorable do-dads hanging on it. A tea cart was wheeled in with the shower presents but some overflowed into a huge wash basket. Homemade strawberry shortcake made a delicious desert. Among the guests were Dotty (Mrs. Leon) Kaplan and her daughter Rita (Mrs. Edwin) Ginsburg who has just arrived from Gainesville with her husband. They are going to stay here for a few months until an important event occurs. Others were Debby, 10-year-old sister of the bride who is to be maid of honor. Mrs. Warren Binder. Miss Barbara Sager, Miss Harriet, Seitlin, Judy (Mrs. Arthur) Gilbert, Chris (Mrs. Richard) Kanner, Marcia (Mrs. Lewis) Kanner. Helen (Mrs. John) Temple, Mona (Mrs. Philip) Warshaw, and Suki (Mrs. Nat) Williams. • • MOTHER'S NIGHT They celebrated Mother's Night without the children by going dining and dancing in the Mona Lisa Room at the Eden Roc Hotel. In the party were Elaine and Paul Brandiwen, Eleanor and Norman Horrow, Pearl and Dan Elkins and Hariiet and Wilbur Wishner. Reloris Wickman, smart in a slim yellow sheath, said her husband Bill would be along later. She was wearing her present, a four strand pearl necklace. The Americana Hotel was the site of the wedding and reception | of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Preston Thai on Saturday evening, June 1. Ac. Joseph NOT* of Temple Israel officiated at the double ring ceremony which was held against a decor of blue and white. Attendants to the couple were Harry P. Thai, the bridegroom's twin brother, and Mrs. Harry P. Thai. The former Barbara Kay Feil is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leman H. Feil, Elgin, 111. She attended Drake University in Des Moines. Iowa, and received a degree from the University of Michigan where she majored in speech. She is a member of Kappa Kappa Gama, social sorority, Theta Alpha Phi, honorary speech fraternity, and Zeta Phi Eta. professional speech fraternity. For the wedding the new Mrs. Thai chose a traditional floor length wedding gown of silk peau de soie with bell shaped skirt and detachable trpin featuring clusters of orange blossoms on the back. The fitted bodice was appliqued with Venetian lace and had a scooped neckline and three quarter length sleeves. The tnreetierred French illusion was held by a cluster of orange blossoms and she carried an arrangement of phalaenopsis. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Preston A. Thai. 9781 E. Bay Harbor Dr., the bridegroom is a graduate of Bowling Green State University of Ohio and is a member of Zeta Beta Tau social fraternity. He is now associated with the Americana Hotel. When they return from a honey moon in Nassau, the newlyweds will live in North Miami Beach. MRS. tDWARD JHAL Hope Chapter Brunch Sunday Member-bring a-member brunch and games party, sponsored by Miami Beach Chapter. City of Hope, will be held on Sunday, noon, at the home of Mrs. Aaron >•. Tubin. president. 7536 Cutlass Ave.. j Treasure Island. :BIRTHDAZE: First child, Rodd Darryl, born May 26 to the former Leslie Miller and Jack Tcndrich, 4 Antilla Ave Coral Gables. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Tendneh. Great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tendrich. maternal great grandmother. Mrs. Rosella Cumins. Child was named in ceremony conducted by Cantor William Lipson on Sunday. Miss Ricki Popick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Po-> .:-.. 5150 N. Bay Rd., berime the bride of William J. Lader on iu urday evening, June 1, at the Diplomat Country Club. Dr. Irvir,;; Lehr man of Temple Emani. T : performed the double ring candle light ceremony which wai follow ed by a reception and for ,. din ner at the club. For the wedding, earn-' i )ut in pink and lavender, the br • %  wore a Stella Original of pure silk peau de soie with re-embroider-1 bead ed alencon lace encrust-i with seed pearls and paille • The gown had a fitted bodice and the bell skirt with appliquehad .1 long Cathedral train bustled for after-ceremony into a bu'.Vrfly. A crown held the three tlerred French illusion hand ratted veil and she carried an arrangement ol long stemmed Calla I Matron of honor was Mrs Richard Block and the bride • isms, Bonie llallen and Mari. Polbk served as junior brides, %  d and flower girl. The bridegroom is tf in ol Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. L Byron Ave. His brothe: iward Lader, of San Francisco served as best man, and ushers wen David Popick. the bride ther, Richard Solomon. Lloj Marty Sterner. Dick Bl' Man Kinger, John Coltune a David Philo. The new Mrs. Lader • uate of Miami Beach al tended Palm Beach Jun>. and graduated from Ade 1 Business School. Her busbai also ;> graduate of Miami Bei.n High and Palm Beach Juni. It g< Hiattended Florida St;;' Jniversity where he was trcaand president of rliUel, hi-rian 01 Tail Epsilon Phi, social : 1 • rmt>. member of Alpha Phi On iga, set vice fraternity and on •• Staff of Smoke Signal Hum Ml zine. After a wedding trip Puerto Rico and the Virgin Ithe couple will live on Mi air. Beach Attending the wedding -in \V. Palm Beach was the bride's mat ernai grandmother, M Waldman. MRS. WILLIAM LADtR Temple Judea Recepti:> Reception and dance \ f How installation of officers ;• members at Temple Jude. on S urday evening ir. the Tern AUTHOtlZEO DIAltR Quality HEARING AIDS $50 to $285 S.vic. All Mekn l.tt.nM — Mold! STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road (At Alton RdJ T—1 1 Trodw—Trtoh—Tarmt Jl S-7VH __ A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. 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Friday. June 7. 1963 JW##> OndkM/vn Page 7-B Braveman Nuptials Event of June 2nd M$. PETER rinn Candlelight Rites for Peter Fixlers A candlelight ceremony at the Balmoral Hotel on Saturday, June I, united the former Miss Sheila Zina Platt and Peter Michael Fixler. Rabbi Leon Kronish Officiated at the late evening wedding which was followed by a reception .md dinner in the hotel. Against a decor of pink and .\hite, the bride wore a traditional floor length gown of while chantilly lace. It featured a scalloped neckline, long sleeves to wristpoint, fitted bodice and a very bouffant skirt ending in a chapel train. A cloche of white forgetme-nots and pearls held the French illusion veil and she carid white orchids on a Bible. Attending the bride were Ellen \lalter, maid of honor. Linda Malta, Kuth Kleinvax, Cynthia Phut. and Helen* Platt. bride's sister, bridesmaids. The newlyweds are both gradates of Miami Beach Senior High. The bridegroom, now associated '.h Burdines, has a degree from • University of Miami. I poo their return from a wed ling trip to Nassau, the couple ill live on Miami Beach The new Mrs. Fixler is the 'aughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Platt, 635 7th St. Her husband is he son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fixler, Mo loth St. Best man to the bridegroom was Marty Rubin. Barry Helpern. \rthur Monroe and Bernie Drink i served ns ushers. A reception in the home of the Tiride's parents followed the late afternoon candlelight nuptials uniting Marilyn Claire Braveman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Braveman, 19421 NE 18th PI., and Michael Ira Zier on Sunday, June 2. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rabbi Max Lipschitz at Beth Torah Congregation. For the wedding the bride chose a traditional floor-length gown with fitted bodice of alencon lace, sweetheart neckline, long sleeves to wrist-point and a full skirt appliqued with lace and sequins. The bouffant French illusion fell from a crown of tiny pearls and she carried her confirmation Bible covered with white orchids, stephanotis and lily-of-the-valley. Attending the bride were her Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haber, 1740 S. Glade Dr. Serving as best man was Richard Eisenman, with Lawrence Jay, Phillip Berkowitz,! Howard Feinberg and Robert j Blitz, ushers. Aftter a honeymoon in Jamaica, i the newlyweds will live in North' Miami Beach. Maternal grandparents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Klay-! man, flew in from Boston for the I wedding. Singles Group June Schedule Roaring 20s, young adult singles group of the Miami YMHA branch will meet Thursday evenings during the summer months. Schedule for June includes a business nreetlng forloired by f social hour on Thursday, June 6, 8:30 p.m. and on June 13, the club is planning a volleyball game in the gymnasium of the Miami "Y." MM. MICHAEL ZltR sisters. Barbara Ellen Braveman, maid of honor. Nancy Joy Braveman. Cheryl Sue Braveman. bridesmaids, and Mrs. Ronald Dollinger. Caric Coleman and Marilyn Williams. The new Mrs. Zier is a graduate of North Miami Senior High and of Dade County Dental Research Clinic. Now with the Internal Revenue Service, her husband is a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High and earned a degree in accounting from the University of Florida. He is a member ot Tail Epsilon Pi, social fraternity. Ruth Katzin Now Mrs. Bernard Miller Rabbi Leon Kronish performed the double ring ceremony uniting Ellen Ruth Katzin and Bernard A. Miller on Sunday, June 2, at Temple Beth Sholom. The noon wedding was followed by a formal luncheon at the Singapore Hotel. Now touring New York, the newlyweds will make their future home in West Palm Beach. For the intimate family wedding, the bride selected a ballerina length gown of peau de soie, complimented by short white gloves. Styled with a fitted bod ice and bouffant skirt the frock had a scooped neckline with illusion reembroidered in seed pearls, and cap sleeves. The bridal bouquet was an arrangement of white orchids, lily of the valley and stephanotis. The new Mrs. Miller is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Katzin, 1403 S. 2nd Ave., Lake Worth, formerly of Winston-Salem, N.C.. and grand-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Katsin of Surfsidc. Her sister. Miss Lois Katzin was her only attendant. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Miller, 501 36th St., West Palm Beach. He is a graduate of Palm Beach High and attended Palm Beach JMnior College. His bride is a graduate of R. J. Reynolds High in Winston-Salem. Serving as best man was Louis Affron. Steven Katzin and Alfred Katzin were groomsmen. SUNDAY EVENINGS AT 8:30 WITH 9 OUTSTANDING CONDUCTORS AND 17 SOLOISTS JUNE 9 — SKITCH HENDERSON JUNE 16 — HENRY MAZER In "All-Tchaikovsky Program" JUNE 23 —PAUL WHITEMAN In "All-Gershwin Program" JUNE 30 — HUGO FIORATO With Tap-Dancer JULY 7 — ARTHUR FIEDLER JULY 14 — ARTHUR FIEDLER JULY 21 — FRANZ ALLERS "Die Fledermaos" (concert form) JULY 28 — HOWARD BARLOW With UM Chorus of 80 AUG. 4 —RAYMOND PAIGE AUG. 11 —HAROLD GLICK "An Eveninfl with Richard Rodgers SAVE 5% ON A SEASON TICKET! Reserved Table Chairs $2.75, 2.25; Men. $2.25; Balcony ll.M UM SYM. OFF., MO 1-4960; MB. AUD., JE 1-0477 PhilpiM's, Allegro Music House, Harmony Music Shops Golda Meir Pioneer Chapter Installation luncheon Tuesday Golda Meir Chapter of Pioneer Women will have an installation luncheon on Tuesday, noon, at Beth El Center. Installing officer will be Mrs. Milton Green, president of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women. Chairman for the afternoon will be Mrs. Abraham Seltzer. New roster for 1963-64 will include Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president for a third term; Mrs. Miriam Halperin, Mrs. Jack Colchman, Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer, vice presidents; Mrs. Abraham Seltzer, Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild, Mrs. Sophie Zohn, Mrs. Anna Quaker, secretaries; Mrs. Shirley Queen, treasurer; Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff, parliamentarian; and Marion Meyers, cultural chairman. Mrs. Betty Herman will entertain with songs from Israel. Rabbi Stern on Channel 10 Rabbi Tibor H. Stern has been assigned the TV program, •Give Us This Day." Channel 10, on Friday June 14 and 21. His topic for the series will be ••Security of the United States through a Strong Israel.'" Frantz MIRACLE OIL CLEANER Say goodby to oil changes forever with a Franz Miracle oil cleaner. Uses a paper element that has a contact area of absorption approximately 1,000 times greater than ordinary filters. The absence of water from your oil eliminates the formation of acid, and prevents sludge from forming. Remember, oil does not wear out. The replaceable cartridge is a tissue roll sold by every corner grocery store for 15c. Proven daily by White Cab Co. of North Dade which has units installed on all their cabs. Also by fleet truck & bus lines. Ask for Mr. Schoenfeld Distributed by WHITE CAB CO. 9624 N.E. 2nd Ave. Phone PL 8-6981 Florida JWV Ladies Honor State Head A "Say It With Flowers" testimonial brunch will honor Mrs. Edward Levine, president, Depart( ment of Florida Ladies Auxiliary, i Jewish War Veterans of the Unit'. ed States, on Saturday, at the i Deauville Hotel. Reception will be followed by the presentation of the annual j nursing scholarship award to Saun| dra Lou Jones, specializing in the I field of mental rehabilitation. Honor guest will be Mrs. Eliza[bcth Riebcl, R.N., director of 'counseling and recruitment, Jacki son Memorial School of Nursing. j Department of Florida Ladies [Auxiliary "Woman of the Year" : trophy will be presented by Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, and announcei ment will be made of JWVA's most popular Girl Scout Leader. Representing Dade County Girl Scout Council will be Mrs. James I Keller, vice president. Participating in the testimonial will be Mrs. Ted Lingaton. national historian and convention chairman of the Auxiliary; Louis Deutsch, department Commander; and Emanuel Mandel, JWV convention chairman. Mrs. William Ackerman, past president of the Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary will be chairman, and Mrs. Benjamin Haberman. past national president, will be Mistress of Ceremony. MRS. HIRNARD MIIUR Lowe Art Gallery Begins Summer Schedule Wednesday The Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery at the University ol" Miami will begin its summer schedule on Wednesday. Hours will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday until Aug. 1. The summer exniouion will con. sist of works from the Gallery's permanent collection. The gallery will be closed during August. YOUR INSPECTION INVITED FREE VAULT STORAGE A. Bring in your winter garments B. We clean them Q. We hang all garments on individual hanger and store them FREE for six months. All you pay are regular cleaning charges and 1% of the vol. (Min. S100.00 Vol.) Pay nothing until the day you take your storage out! o COLD Fl'R g %  STORAGE '*m* r ^Sk ANY-FUR STOLE-CAPE OR COAT STORED FOR HEAR? 045 FREE III AND OUT KfflCE ML IN UEXCEIf THE WORD FOR QUALITY CLEANING, LAUNDRY AND STORAGE 1201 -20th Street, M.B. Corner Alton Road Vault Hrs. 7 A.M. to 6 P.M. Store Hrs. 7 A.M. to 9 P.M. JE 8-6104



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Page 8-B + knisl fkvxtetn Friday. Jun 7. 1%3 I B-G Tells Of Dangers Continued from Page 1-A on this nor on the contents of the President's reply. The date of the correspondence ?lso was not known or indicated but apparently dated back for tome time because it was indicated' that recent statements made in Washington. London and Paris expressing concern over the region^ stability were the result of the correspondence. Observers in Jerusalem were inclined to view the reservation* voiced by the Premier during recent Knesset debates over President Kennedy's press conference statement on the Middle East on May 9 as reflecting the Prime Minister's dissatisfaction with the President's reply to the Bon-Gurron letter. It was understood that in his letters, the Prime Minister urged the Great Powers to use their influence publicly and through oiplomatic channels to proclaim concern about the situation created by Egyptian President Nasser's moves toward a new United Arab Republic federation with Syria and Iraq. Mr. Ben-Gurion also was understood to have urged the recipients of the letters to warn Egypt against any moves likely to lend to conflict and he may also have raised a suggestion about a, joint United States-Soviet Union guarantee of Israel's borders or • military pact between Israel and the United States—a proposal he Grunhut Appointed To Chair ZOA Tours Israel Feiden, of St. Augustine, 1 iA —t frrifT—' ""iii— of th Zionist Organization of America, has announced the appointment of Abraham Grunhut. Miami Beach 1 bank executive, native Israeli, and ; a veteran Zionist leader, as chairman of this area for the 22 special convention tours to Israel and Europe that the ZOA will sponsor %  this summer. Grunhut, who will also attend i the convention of the ZOA in Israel with his wife, is a vice president of the Miami Beach Zionist District. All trips and tours being spon: sored by the ZOA are arranged so that regardless of departure i dale those participating will bet i able to attend the national con-1 vention in Israel July llth-17th. Region office of the Zionist OrFull details can be obtained from i ganization of America, 1370 WashGrunhut or from the Southeast i ington Ave. 1 ABRAHAM GMJNMJT voiced on a nationwide television program in the United States. The major point underscored in the Ben-Gurion letter to President Kennedy reportedly was that in the absence of a joint United States-Soviet agreement a b o ut withholding arms from Egypt, Israel had no choice but to continue to strengthen its deterrence capability and that a United States policy aimed at containing the Middle East arms race while Soviet arms continued to flow freely to Egypt would have the net effect of depriving Israel of the weapons it needed and of increasing the danger of hostile Arab moves. Yiddish Culture lost'in Minsk Continued from Page 1-A translation. Yiddish is not taught, in any .-chool, not even as a specialized course in one of the institutes of higher learning Concerts! in Yiddish are given In Minsk, but there is no permanent thea-, ter. The only synagogue in Minsk, where nearly 120 flourished before the 1917 revolution, is scheduled for demolition by Communist officials as part of a new construction project. It is not known where religious Jews will gather to pray after the ancient synagogue is swept away. There are some 59,000 Jews in Minsk, according to the latest Soviet census. Jews in the city constitute about eight percent of the population. In all of Byelorussia, there about 150,000 Jews, about two percent of the population. At the Byelorussian state museum of the history of the Second World War. the correspondent found almost no reminders of the holocaust suffered by the Jews under the Nazis. Of the 4.500 photographs, documents and exhibits. only one—a newspaper clipping ordering the creation of the Minsk Jewish ghetto in the early days Of the Nazis occupation—was on i isplay. Doral is Site For Golf Tournament Second annual golf tournament sponsored by the Men's Club of Beth David will take place on Sunday at the Doral Country' Club. Charles Z. Spingarn is chairi man, assisted by Sol Dresnick, i Herbert Frame and Aaron Kraj vitz. Competing In ihe tournament will i> %  I'harh'H \delinan, David Alterman, [Morton HMil, I. it. i'.. rii. Harold Irterke, I.'-:I itTi.tiii. Bernard Rloom, Maurice II Daum, Harry Diamond, Is.I Drennlok, Herb 1-M.lM.in. Hem-} Fin., Herbert frame, Judge Mlttnn Friedman, M Hlaaaer, ludjri Mitchell ( %  nldiiian. Mix Ifanriahtii Jamoa Hilton. M.i\ Jar ilM n. Dr MtHTll" Kl-lmnn. Artie KravlU, Jack Kn-ii, Joseph Kri-.-. I. Stdnex Lrfcourt, A!-.. Mar*rmll Mtvak, Manuel l.uhel, Archie Mendelaon, Joxeph Nur. ni. IK. Samuel ttatrownky. Haruld Reinhard, Meyer Itnhhlii*, Henry Rneenj u. HI. n Kdward Rubin, Mamuel s.-lmfi Per, Sum s. hi.i,. Arthur Hhaadloff, Bert Sher, Norman stmlk, Robert siriiii, Chariot '/.. Snrmtarn, Kdward Syrop, Murra} Turetwky, Morton Varet, Mel Warahaw, Mtttoti Waaman, Irving w.iii. i. Sidney V/einer, William Welntraub and 1 iard \v..if Strauss Vows Friendly Pact Continued from Pa/je 1-A the controversial role of Wesl German scientists in aiding Egypt's weapons program. He said he did not think much of the West German scientists as a factor in Egypt's rearmament, asserting that in comparison to what the United States could supply West Germany and what the Soviet Union supplied to Egypt, the activities of the scientists lagged far behind. He said that the West German scientists now working in Egypt were of "the old school" and were not in possession of the latest developments in the field. He said that this information was obtained by him from West German sources. He agreed that the activities of the scientists caused tensions in the delicate Middle East area but he insisted that their work did not necessarily mean a change in the military balance of power, in any case, 'not in the near future." He reiterated his statement, nevertheless, that the West German Government was discussing a law to forbid West German scientists from working on such projects as missile development in countries of a delicate area like the Middle East. He also said that West German] had "much interest" in Israel generally and in its security problems specifically because any local skirmish might develop into a worldwide flareup. Therefore, he asserted. West Germany had a moral and political obligation to understand Israels security needs and to act accordingly. He did not elaborate on this point. He denied emphatically charges published earlier in the week that he had been connected, during the war as an artillery unit commander at Schoengau, with the murder of forced laborers and prison* rv-of-war. He said no or; was kilted in that mrma except from bomb explosions and other war activities. He added that, contrary to the charge* there had no*. b*at any concentration camp near Schoengau. He conferred with Prime Minister Ben-Gurion. Mrs Golda Meir. the Foreign Minister, and Peres. Details of the talks were not disclosed. Public protests over e UM ( abated shortly after St arrived. However. Michae, Landau, a Tel Aviv attorney, lodged an official complaint with Tel ,\viv police, asking for Strauss' am -i and trial during his visit. The complaint included statements of testimony of two Israelis who charged that Strauss caused the deaths in April 1945 of Je •-. Poles and other forced laborers and Russian prisoners from Nazi ramps near Schoengau where, ttK com. plaint asserted, Straustd serv s ed as commander of J ierman artillery school. Ben-G ton said in debate in Knesset, i-pceding Strauss' arrival, that •• Wesl German had never been i Nazi Fowler at Musicians Cub Musicians' Club of America, Coral Gables Chapter, ill present 19 year-old pianist Ray viler in a recital on Sunday %  4 p.m. Fowler is a scholarship student 81 the .luillard School o. ". ; < lc n New York City. CONTINENTAL DINING ROOM Miami's Only "Shemer 8^abboi" TW3 RESTAURANT 833 BIRO RD., Miami 226-1744 >CONTINENTAcL t CATERERS! 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\ Friday, Jua 7 1963 T5'nai Sholom Elects Merl as President Judd Merl, local insurance executive, w;ll succeed Gerald Greenfield4b tua6idet .f. Sejnple B'nai SJiclom during ceremonies to be held at the Temple on Sunday. Other;, to be in,talled are: Harry Hirch, Sol Kamelhair, and Isidore Weiner. vice presidents; Arnold Goradesky. treasurerMrs Howard Max. Mrs. Frank Greenberg, Mrs. Paul NeeDelman, secretaries. Directors are: Stanley C. Gold berg, Dr. Irwin Kurlzack, Seymour London, Robert Oppenheimer, and Mrs. Charles Persell. with Hyman Fishman and Mrs. Miriam Walper as alternates Judge Milton A. Friedman, past president of District Grand Lodge 5. B'nai B'rith, now serving as chairman of General Solicitation< *|1 the Combined Jewish Appeal. Will officiate us installing officer! Mrs. lierald Greenfield is chair man. +Jewisti ncrkJian Mount Sinai Instructs 'mployees in Fire Hazards ML Sinai Hospital is holding a special 14 hour program, concluding July 2, to instruct hospital employees in the basic procedures to be followed in. case of fire or other types of disaster which may affect the hospital, according to Samuel GerUier, executive director. Although ML Sinai Hospital is a fire proof building and has on hand the latest equipment for fire prevention, the hospital maintains an on-going program to provide extra precautionary informational and educational projects for employees. Opens low Office Michael H. Salmon, attorney, formerly of Cypen and Salmon, has opened an office for the general practice of law at 1150 SW 1st St Miami 36. Reception for Rabbi Wernick H;ibbi llenr\ I; Wernick will be honored by Temple Tifereth Israel on Sunda) j; Mjn p.m. in the social hall. The reception will be followed by a buffet dinner and a "Kibs and lfo;ist" sketch v ill be presented by members of the Sisterhood. Norton Tire Opens Lauderdale Branch Norton Tire Company.the world's largest B. F. Goodrich tire dealers with 12 outlets in Dadc. Broward and Monroe counties, opened its newest and largest branch store, al 1830 W. Broward Blvd., Ft. Uuderdale on Wednesday. The well-known I'allot family iterprise was tonnded by Louis allot, now chairman of the board. in 1924 in a little tire -tore in Dania. Serving commercial and fleet • istomon as well as retail sales. "Me eompany operates from main 1 Hices in Miam.. where the Pal %  >ts also maintain a large B. F. "iidru-h retreadi:'*" plant. Theodor's Open Ice Cream Parlor Theodor's. Greater Miami's newest dining spot specializing in ice cream creationwill open on Saturday. June l.i. at 2ooo Normandy Dr.. in Normandy Isle Proprietor of Theodor's. located on the site of the former Pancake House, is Ted Wresche. newcomer to the area who now lives with hifamily in Miami Shores. A graduate of the University of Maryland. Wresche served as assistant manager for the Howard Johnson chain in Maryland and before coming to South Florida, owned and operated a combination ice cream parlor and restaurant in Washington. D. C. Theodor's Ice Cream, Inc.. will have all new equipment with one of the Soutli's largest soda fountains, stainless steel kitchen equipment, a carousel room for childien and private room facilities for local organizations, free of charge. In addition to the ice cream concoctions conceived by Wresche. a complete line of sandwiches, salads and beverages will also be served. The enterprising young owner of Theodor's visualizes the spot on the Miami Beach side of the 79th St. Causeway athe First in a chain of such operations throughout Florida. USY Workshops Set To Hear Rutchik "Building Spiritual Bridges Between American and Israeli Youth" w^U.be the major theme of a UniteTSynagogue Youth conference to be held at Temple Emanu-EI on Monday. Meeting i will bring together teenagers, 14 to 17, representing youth groups from throughout South Florida. Afternoon workshop sessions, starting at l p.m.. will be followed by a social hour, and a dinner dance will highlight the evening program. Greeting will be extended to the delegates by Rabbi Allen Rutchik, regional director. United Synagogue Youth, and Mrs. Alfred Stone, chairman, Temple Emanuj El Youth Commission. A recorded message from Dr. Irving Lehrman, who is in New i York, will be heard. USY members on the planning! committee are Karen Adler, Marge Freeman, Sandy Gewet, Johnny Kaplan, Heidi Penchansky, Lee Rosenhouse, Selma Schickman. Robert Shevlin, Max Steingart. Sam Steingart. Benjy stone. Marline Zisquit. Big Porterhouse Popular Dining Spot Big Porterhouse Steak House and Cocktail Lounge located at i 8440 SW 132nd St. on So. Dixie! Hwy. in Miami had a busy sche-i dule in May serving as the scene of many outstanding social events and organization activities. And one Saturday, the 18th, candles flickered from every cor ner of the dining place as six anniversaries and 12 birthdays were celebrated. For Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wexler it was silver wedding! anniversary time, and a 40th hirth-' day fo r Mr. and Mrs. J. Walker of Perrine. Mayor Richard Conley of Homestead marked his natal day at the Steak House in the company of Commissioner Hugh Long, but both kept the reason for the celebration a secret until much later. Hillel B'nai B'rith Girls held a belated Mother's Day celebration and fashion show on May 19, and 50 couples attended a banquet sponsored by the American Cancer Society that same evening. FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED S/S FLORIDA 3 DAY CRUISES MIAMI,. 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Page 10-B +Jew!si ftcrldiair Friday. Tune 7. 1963 J$ar ^Aiitzvalt George Cordon Kenneth Babbitt Robert CoUey Michael Deakter Stanley Ktan Saturday morning services on June 8 at Tifereth Israel Congregation will include the Bar Mitzvah of Stanley Kranz. Rabbi Henry R. Wernick will officiate. Stanley is a student at North Miami Junior High and his hobbies are boating, swimming and water skiing. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kranz will honor their son at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening, the Kiddush following the ceremony and at a reception in the Seville Hotel in the evening. • Robert Coffay Dr. Irvins Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Robert Cof fey during services on Saturday morning. June 8, at Temple Emanu-El. Robert is in the seventh grade at Nautilus Junior Hish where he is a member of the science club and of the accelerated mathematics class. His hobby is model rockets. Mrs. Coffey will honor her son : at a reception in her home follow ing the ceremony Michael Deakter Temple Judea will he the Bite ot the Bar Mitzvah of Michael Allan Deakter during services conducted by Rabbi Mordccai Podet on Saturday morning. June 8. Formerly ;i student at the Hebrev Academy, the celebrant will continue with his religious education. !!<• atten Is c iral <; Elementary and ia member of Boy Scout Troop 616 Ho Is ti re Nil in science and art an de recreations include swim min and boatui Mr. and Mrs Max Deakter. uoo Granada Blvd.. will host the Kiddush in their son's honor. s Kenneth Babbitt Kenneth Babbitt will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, June 8. at Voung Israel of Greater Miami during services conducted by Rabbi Shermin Stauber. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Babbitt. 1031 NE 153rd St.. the Bar Mitzvah is a student at North Miami Junior High where he is a member of the school band. He also studies music and his favorite sports are baseball and swimming. The celebrant will be honored at a party given by his parents. George Gordon Bar Mitzvah of George Gordon w ill be celebrated on Saturday morning. June 8. at Temple Emanu-El. with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating. A seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High. George plays in the school band and is a member of Little League Baseball. Mr and Mrs. B. Robert Gordon will honor the celebrant at a reception in their home following the ceremony. • • • Ross Bloomfield Ross, son of Mr and Mrs. Irving Bloomfield. will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning' services at Temple Or Olom on June 8 with Rabbi Samuel April officiating. A seventh grade student at West Miami Junior High, the celebrant ia member of the school band and i~ an .Kir.o participant in the athletic and scholastic program. He will he honored on Saturday and Sunday evenil Education Leader Names Full Staff Bernard Friedland. chairman of the education committee of Beth Shirah. has announced the ap pointment of Mrs. Jane Schulman as director of the pre-kindergar ten and nursery schools to open in September in the new building on 10th St. and 77th Ave. Rabbi Morris A. Skop will direct the religious program. Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb, the music department, and Mrs. Carol Cynamon will supervise the school faculty and administration. Assistants to Mrs. Schulman will be Mrs. Lillian Stein and Mrs Dena Parent, certified teachers with experience of many years in nursery and pre-kindergarten schools in the Miami Community. Reading readiness program to prepare the children for admission in the Dade County School System will be offered and a full program of Jewish holiday celebrations and customs and ceremonies will be part of the curriculum. Registration is now open at the Temple office. 11527 So. Dixie Highway. Deborah Levin Deborah Ruth Levin will be Bas Mitzvah on Saturday morning. June 8, at Temple Beth Sholom with Rabbi Leon Kdonish officiating. A student of the Tempie's c o n • firmation class, 5725. Deborah is in the seventh grade at Nautilus Junior High and her outside interests include drama and music. Dr. and Mrs Leo Levin. 825 Fairway Dr., will honor their daughter at a dinner dance for her friends at the Eden Roc on Saturday evening. Charles Simonson On Saturday morning. June 6. at Services conducted by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz at Temple Ner Tamid. Charles Smionson will be Bar Mitzvah. The celebrant is a Itudenl of the TempleReligious School and Nautilus Junior High. Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Simonson, 740 S. Shore Dr.. will honor then son at a reception following the ceremony. Chaim Rose to Moderate 'People Speak' Program •'Exploring the World of Jazz'' will be the topic of The People, Speak on Friday evening, in the. \\a>hington Federal Savings and Loan Assn 1234 Washington Ave. Participants will be Larry Eden, program director, WMVJ; Gene Roy. band leader: Larry Iml.cr, former disc jockey; Joel Meltzner, musician. Chaim Rose will moderate. Beth Israel Youths Attend N.Y. Meet Sholom Strajcher. 3047 Prairie Ave., will head the delegation representing Beth Israel Congregation of Miami at the tenth annual convention of the National Conference of Synagogue Youth to be held June 20-23 at the Pine View Hotel in Fallsburg, N.Y. The delegation will also include Chaim Lauer, 2863 Fairgreen Dr.; Melvin Lerner, 17101 NE 5th Ave.; Joan Leon. 919 Michigan Ave.; Arthur Levy, 8221 Crespie Blvd.; Randy Makovsky, 3414 Prairie Ave.; and Edward Zemel. 3121 Prairie Ave. More than 600 teenagers from all parts of the country are expected to atttend the four-day conclave of the NCSY. the youth af filiate of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregation of America, which serves 3.100 synagogues throughout the United States and Canada. Richard Essen Miami U Graduate Passes Florida Bar Graduate of the Univer-ity of Miami Law School Richard Essen has passed the Florida Bar exams and will be sworn in on Friday. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Essen, the young attorney has had a dis tinguished academic an.1 servici career while acquiring an educa tion. Listed in 'Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities," Essen won the Southern Mont Court championship and out standing speaker award of tin *outh at a tournament held in Al lanta in November. 1962. He is State and Southern debating champion. State impromptu speaker champion, and Moot Court champion at the University of Miami. He has served as president ( %  Southern Region. Tau Kappa leaders who are receivil the Heritage Award, it uaanni .1 by Max Stern, dinner cl and vice chairman of the i> ard f trustees of Yeshiva University. WE INSTALL GLASS FOR EVERY PI Ml POSH STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Kesihering Our Specialty L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363 Morris Orlin Jacob Schachter's Yiddish Program MONDAY thru FRIDAY 11:00 A.M. 12 Noon & SUNDAY 3:15 4:15 P.M. On WEDR-FM 99.1 MEG On Your FM Dial Now on Radio Station WEDR-FM, a new FM Station, Mr. Jacob Schachter, for over 30 years popular Yiddish broadcasting star, will enlarge his Yiddish program activities to a full hour daily. Mr. Schachter will also continue his broadcasting on WMIE-AM, 1140, Sunday afternoons. Yiddish radio in Miami has taken a great step forward with the enlargement of Mr. Schachter's program. Now, Miami and Miami Beach Jewish population can hear the music they love every week day at 11:00 a.m. 12 Noon, Monday thru Friday and Sunday at 3:15 4:15 p.m. on WEDR-FM, 99.1 meg. on your FM dial "The Voice of the People." For people who don't already have an FM Radio, WEDR has started a Charter Membership Club to which everyone can become a member just by writing in for a membership certificate. This certificate, which is absolutely free entitles the owner to purchase an AM-FM radio regularly $29.95 for only $19 95. The address to write to is WEDR-FM Charter Member Club, 1448 N.W. 36th Street.



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Friday, June 7. 1963 lr Hif nnrfrtfon Page 11-B Dr. Samvef Glvck, Civic leader Posses Away af Age 86 Dr. Samuel A. Gluck, Miami I Beach civic leader and humanitar lian. died May 29 at the age of 86. retire*'lawyer.' sijrfebfi and la licensed pharmacist. Dr. Gluck came here 20 years ago from New fork and lived at 2914 Alton Rd. A veteran of the Spanish American War. Dr. Gluck served in the %  Jew York State Assembly and lectured at Bellevue Hospital in N.Y. Founder of the Democratic Club jf Miami Beach, he served as president and president emeritus jf the club. He was a member of the Miami Beach Elks, an honorary life member of the National Jiological and Geographic Society. Second .-cholastically when he ;raduated from Cornell University Medical College, Dr. Gluck also [had degrees from City College of [New York, Brooklyn Law UniverIsity, St. Lawrence University, %  .Baltimore University and Johns ^Tiokpins University. He took many post-graduate Icourse and received over 500 hon [orary. plaques and awards during lis lifetime. Surviving are his wife, Anna: Iwo .sons, Walter J. (Wally) ot Miami Beach, and Sidney R. of as Angeles; a daughter, Mrs. Mildred Rogers of Miami Beach |nd seven grandchildren. Servicewere held May 31 at H' Miami Beach Elks Lodge tinier the direction of Newman Fun|ral Home. Interment at Lake lide Memorial Park. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE [am Shapiro, Attorney, Dies Services for Miami Beach attor ley Samuel Shapiro were held lay 30 at Riverside Memorial thapel. Alton Rd. Shapiro, 51, who lived at 4325 kdams Ave., died May 28. He tame here 40 years ago from Massachusetts. He wa past master of Hibiscus Lodgfl of Masons, and had served president of B'nai B'rith and to Bayshore Exchange Club. ( -"Shapiro held membership in the Shrine, Bayshore Golf Assn.. Florida and American Bar Assns.. Elks and Temple Beth Sholom. i Surviving are his wife, Annette; Iwo daughters, Mrs. Maurice Friedlaqd and Ellen; two sons. larold and Alan; two brothers, >r Arthur Shapiro and Herbert lurevtitz, and a sister, Mr-. Li Sunn. TONE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 59761-B In RE: Esl iiitil HAN UALLEH I 'i'1-l'JISi'll. I NOTICE TO CREOITORS To All Creditor* and All ivi-.-mHnvIng Claim* or Demand* Ag ilnsl Bald %  ;.-1 :i I %  : Von are hereby notified and required to in. .-.III ;m> claim* and demand* which ion may have again*! ilnestate ..r DAN QAL1 l l: deceased late '.r <•....u County, Illinois, i• > the County Judges nl Da.de County, and file the name i'i duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their office* In the Count> Courthouse In Dade County, l"l..iIda, i iiiin six calendar month* from th< time of ilnfirm publication hereof, or tinsame will iiibarred Dated .11 Miami, Florida, thl* 4th day of June, A.I>. 1968. DAVID IV 1 ATSMAN Ancillary Administrator Cum Ti Htamento \i • pxo MYERS. HKIXIAX. KAPLAN ft C ATS MAN Attorney* for Ancillary Adminliftator CTA 11.10 S.W. l-l Slret, Miami. Ma "-14-21-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 6136 JANET LOU1SK ni.KTZK. Plaintiff, Vel SIIS HBRBKRT FREDKRtCK fiOETZE, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION V "i I', HERBERT FREDERICK UloKTZK, 1470.". Sanford Avenue, Flushing, Long Island. New Vork, are notified i.i si re a copy of your answer to Divorce Comiilnuit filed again*) you on Plaintiff* attorney, 'JK'H'.iii: NICHOLAS. Sit N.W. 12th Avenue, .Miami 16, Florida, and file mil with Clerk of iliiCourl on or before .lulv li'ili. IMS, otherwise icomplaint will I., confessed by you. DATKD .1 r.ih. 1963. B. B. I.KATHRKMAN Clerk of the Circuit Courl B) "" P Copeland Depot) Clerk •; T-ii-ji-i's IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 59756-C In RK: Estate % %  ( RUBIN SAO Kit Pis eased. NOTICE TO CREOITORS To All Creditor* and All Person* Having Claim* i-r Demand* Against Bald Estate: Von are hereby notified and required to present an) claim* and demand* which you ma) have against the estate of RUBIN SAOER de%  ..-• i late rf 1 lade Count). Pioi kla, I to the County Judge* of Dade CounI I >. and file the Bame In duplicate and as provided in Section 733.1H, Florida [Statutes, In their office* iti the County Courthouse In Dade County, Flor, iil.i. within si\ c ilendar month* from the time of the first publii itlon herein the same Mill be baireil Dated al Miami, I'loi la, thl* llh i of lini. !'• %  SIMl >N, HAYf ,v IIRUKDWKRC it torn. Esi n Saiti r %  ...-.. i Ml m ... Florida K 7-1 I -21-2S Oli i f II J r i c ..t Us SIMA M:V I dii Mil) Bhe %  > I '"Bui \ l\ in-ia son, A i thtir Ktoni n inn with i \.i\ \ four daiurhtei ., ; Kn -ks, Coral Gable* : • Surloff, Mrs. Rose M .in i li II ii. and M • : i. .. Miami. 10 grandchiland 12 great -grandi hUdreit. -• \ were Ma; '-'I in flordon I |. in. *v i h Intel men! In %  .i.i. • PEENBERG. Max, 77. of IIM-Hth ill. .1 \hi) 80, ltl\ ersldi OSHEN. .1 Ii 6 I 19th SI I Ma) 31. i ;. nil..ii CBAMER. Solomon, 17. of 1030 MaAM iii. .1 May :'.i lordon PASSMAN. Abraham, 72, of I&31 Ave., died Mil) JO Rlvei HCHMAN, Mis Pauline, 7 .. of 1004 ii-.iv.uiia Avi iiii-.i Ma> IS. ARKELL, I nnr.l s :.:•. .'f 760 N. %  i. I i died M.i:• %  Rlvi ide STEIN. Cella, *."., ..I 10(0 \'i: l'">lh i died, Rl> erslde-Bi )el. [ommissioner Hall to Speak lMetra Commissioner Chuck Hall; [ill be guest speaker at the in-1 lallation dinner meeting of the; lade County Juvenile Council onj |onday evening in the Miami |i>man"s Club, 1737 N. Bayshore' Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones ara %  source of very real comfort to all* /iiAMi s EXCLUSn/l It* •' il'.'l 'l* 1 rz {J/M///f %  NO I '•'" %  : M0 1-7693 SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ, Owner IN NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 58848-C in Re: ROTATE OR •II MATVUC HAINM* %  •> l levoased Ti. All Creditor* and All Person* Having Claim* i.i Demand* Against ttald Estate: You, and each of yon, are hereby notified and rwiulrud to present any claims ami demand* which you, or either of you. may have against the estate "f MAI'TIi: HAUItis deceased late .if Dade County, run-Ma. to the Honorable County Judge* "f Dade County, and fillthe same in their office* in tinCount) Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within i-iulit calendar month* from the date of the fii-i publication hereof, Bald claim* %  %  I demand* to contain tinlegal address of tinolalmanl and t.i lie *worn to ami presented as aforesaid, or name will be barred, Dated June t. A.l>. 1963. L>. J. .\III.I.\I:I: A* K-.I-.III.. r ..f the last Will and Testament of Mattle Harris, Deceused BEN KS.scx. BBu. I'.ll beybold Bldg., Miami :t:\ 11a. Attorney f..r Executor 6 7-14-31-28 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 63C 6135 BEATRICE I1UILKOHD, Plaintiff, versus IIKMLV OUILFORD, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ii i; HENRY ll'll.n>i:i >. Address Unknown YOU, HENRY cni.ii n:i>. are notified in serve a eopy of your answer in Divorce Complaint filed against you ..a Plaintiff* attorney, CiEoRtSE NU-lliU.AS, IHL' \.w lith Avenue. Miami :!•;. Florida, and file original with I'l.-rk uf tins Courl on or befon July 10th, l**;::. otherwise complalnl will be confessed by you. DATED Jt rili. 1963. E. H. LEATHERMAN Clerk "f the Clrouil Court By: C. P. Copeland Deputy Clerk 6 7-1 l-L'l -L's LEGAL NOTICE I LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 5761 MARTIN PINE, PHILIP n H.K.MAX and I'HAIU.KS K. UUTTltlKU. Plaintiff*, VBJ, PRANK C. BARKER, ROBERT l>. BARKER an.I JOHN fi BARKER. msidual legatee* under tinLast will snil Testaiiuiii .if MARY E. BARKER, deceased; K. A. 1'nTTKIt ami NELLIK l'.KKl'.E, and if married their unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, assignees, llunors, creditors, trustees, iir othfi claimants, rlalmlni; by, through, under or against them; ALL UNKNOWN PAHT1BH AND CLAIMANTS, having or claiming any light, title nr iritereal In or lii-n u|ion tinproperty involved in this cause< I lefendants. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO: PRANK C. BARKER, ROBERT D. BARKER and JOHN C. BARKER, residual legatee* under the Last Will and Testament of MARY E. BARKER, deceased; B. A. POTTER and NELLIE BEEBE, anil if married, their unknou n spouses, If alive, and if iieud. all unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, assignees, llenors, creditors, trustees, or other claimants, claiming by, through, under or against them; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDiOML CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 5763 HHIRLEY JOAN MIKELOKIM, I'I* hit Iff, .Ii I8EPH MIKKt.i iNIS. i infiiiilaiit. ORDER TO APPEAR YOU, JOSEPH MIKKI.i iXIS. c/o General Delivery*! Cleveland, Dtalo, ariIii-niiy notified t" serve n copy of your answer to a Complaint for Divori-filwl against you by: KHIRLBY JKAN UIKELONIS, 803 Calumet Bldg., -Miami. Kla., anil file rhioriginal with the Clerk of thl* Court on or befon the Isl day ..f July, 1963, otherwise u decree pro uonfesso will be entered agalnsi you. Dated May -JT. I9B3. R. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of i "ii >ii it <" %  11 r •_ (seal) i-> : C. i' i'' ICELAND Deputy Clerk :. ::i, 6'7-H--.'l IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59421A IX RE: Estate I.I JOSEPH SCHWARTZ Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Aii I : \K\.IWV %  .\KTII.-< mn To AU CretUtors and All Persons Havi nuvis i ^'^ Claim* or Dnniand* Agumst s.i.i ( LaAIMANTS, having or i-lsimhu; ,..._?.. ,. livn mSn tl,"" iln ."r.'v 'T.'.v' H '"I ^ •" •* not,f,< J a,,d rc<,uir Inttals^ause. Involved ,.,,,,,,„...,.,„ :in> claims and demands NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that by virtue of 'iiai>t<-i K71 of Pioiida Statute* Annotated (1941), Warehousemen anil Warehouse Receipts, wherein ACB-R.B. VAN LINES, INC., a Florida corporation) by virtue of it* warehouse lien, ha* in its possession thifiiUuwiiiu deserlbed property: Household Goods — As the property of Itml M.-l "niialil. last known address JUT N. Dixie Drive, Dayton, iihl.i, anil that on the Tth da) of July, IMS, during the legal hour* of *ale< mainly between 11:00 forenoon and i:00 in the afternoon, at S1S6 x.w. "Jlih Avenue, Miami. Florida, the undersigned shall ..ii. i i'..i sale to the highest bidder for cash In Man.I thi the above described property of Kmi McDonald, last known address :: 117 X. I'is:. Drive, Dayton, Ohio, Dated at Miami, Florida, ilii.Mli daj I.I June, 1963 ACE-R.I1. VAN LINKS. INC. i^ 7-11 IN THE" COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 55227-B IN RE; Estate of NETTIE Kl'NKLE, Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTR BUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ii11 i -. i • > u I Veil [luil I have flleil nn Klnal Rim %  and Pel i MM lliution and Final I'ihai %  ai Administrator of tin estate of METTIE Kl'NKLE, .! I and thai oi iii, mil da) of Jum 1963, will appl) tci tie Honorable. I'ount) Judite* ol •ade I'uunty, Florida, for approval o( said Final Report and for distribution .mil final discharge a* Vdmlnlstratoi of the estate of t'.ii nbore-nnmed decedent. This i.".i', da) of May, 1963. CHARLES F KI'NKLK SAN I ORD -M. 8W.CDL1N Attorne) L'.'.I Securit) Tin-: Bldg, Miami. Florida :, n-si, II 7-ii KKSIUKNCK UNKNOWN, YOU AND EACH OP YOU, listed above, are hereby notified that MARTIN PINE, I'llli.ll' i'i i|.K.MAN and CHARLES K. IJOTTI.IKIS. have brought u Complaint against you in quiet title t.. tinfollowing described property, situate, lying and being In Dade County, Florida, to-wit: l.i.l I", in Block l. I.I NORTH HIGHLAND, according to the Putt thereof, recorded in Plal Hook 7. at Cam31, ..I ih. Public Record* ol l lade County, Florida. YOU ARE HEREBY required to *erve a copy of your Answer or other defensive pleading to said Complaint n Plaintiffs' Attorney, MANUEL I.11IKI.. liiilldini.'. 14th Floor Had Miami S2, Florida, Fedt i.il ml fUi tt'hleh vi.u ma) have against the estate "i JOSEPH SCHWARTZ, de• • %  ;i-.il If f Dnde County, Florida, in the County Judges of Made County, and file the same in duplicate land a* provided In Section 133.16, Florida Statutes, In their office* in the Count) Courthouse In Dade I • ty, l-'lni ida. within six oalondur month* from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated al Miami. Florida, this 22nd Idas "I May, A.D. 1963. ROSE BFIRKoWITZ KN. cutrix First publication "i iiiis notice on. the I'tili da) of May, 1963. SIMON, HAYS & I;KI vii\\ 1:1:1; Attorneys for K\< uirix lillllillllK. .Illailll .,-, IInl-ulii, ami I lie ,.",,,, \ iiithe orlgiw same In il Ylce of iSJ A '".7.'', J'" 1 ;' "~ the Clerk of the above styled Court. "'Florida .r before the 2nd day of July, 1963; I otherwise the allegation* contained therein will be taken as confessed b) you and a Decree Pro f'onfesMo will be entered against you for the relief prayed for in said Complaint. I 'al. d Ma v L'7. 1!"i:'.. %  :. It. LEATHERMAN, I'd ri. of the 'iii-iiii Court Dade County, Florida (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN, Deputy Clerk 1 7-11-S1-S8 '81-31. -It IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 5753 DBXTER I>. DANIELS, a single man. Plaintiff, vs. MARY EMILY SMITH, a k u KM IKY s.Miill. formerly tin wife of THOMAS SMITH, ami Ii. : 613 N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDiCIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 63C 5586 THE WILLlAMSliURl! H s.W'INHS BANK, Plaintiff, \ s. ARTHUR CHAMBERS, a single man, I lefendant. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Arthur Chambers, ;: single man Tl W. 15th Sir.-.-I New York %  "It). New Yoi i< You are iniiiii notified that the ihove i.ipiion.d action ha* been Instituted against y> m the Circuit i • i nl the 171. A .mli .ludi. i.il i 'ii cull of Florida III ami foi Hade Counlj to foreclose a morntsfce U|m thi following described real prop-rty: I...i :: Biork IJ. SCOTT LAKE MANOR, SECTION TWt>, acoordlni to the Plal thereof, as recorded In llai Hook 60 Page IS of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida, together with the foiinHinc Item* of property which are located In and permanently InstaUed ns a pnrt of the iin|iro\ i iiii-nis on said land: l Electric Buburban Oven, Model No. RJ4, S.rlal No. TlJllij I Eleatric Buburban Range, Model 684, Serial No 84426; 1 i'.as Utility Central Heat, Model N.. B 70, no serial number: 1 Nutuiic Kltelnn Kxhaust F.ui with Hood. You are required to file your answer to plaintiff"* complaint with the clerk of the aforesaid C i. and nerve H COP)' thereof upon plaintiff's attorne) MARTIN PINE, Hth Flooi Dade Federal Bldg.. Miami 2. Florida, not later than .line 24, 1 :. 01 ; i Heir..' Pro Confeseo "ill be entered agalnsi vm. Dated: May 21*L I9S1 17 B. l.i:\THi:i'MAN Clerk of the Circuit Courl ( B eal) By: K. M LYMAN | l| pill \ I %  •! k MARTIN PINE Attoi ne) for Plalntlfl i nil i loor Had, r. di i.il i'.litMiami 82, Florida husband, If married VIVIAN MARTIN, a "Ineli .•...mall and MAURICE 13 WILLIAMS, I I. lend.nits. NOTICE TO DEFEND OR ORDER OF PUBLICATION — SUIT FOR FORECLOSURE Tl i M VRY KMII.Y SMI ill n '. i I' W I I.Y SMITH. fill lie! VM THOMAS SMITH and In oil %  hand, if man-led fResldence I'liknowni in,I nil unknow n pm ii. claiming on) Inti reel b>. tin OUKII. undi r or ngu Insl each < ihei nl Hi,ah .\ mum il |MI i'i les who muv bi dead or i •• not know n lu lie dead oi alive. YOU, AND BACH .OF YOI', hereb) notified that a Complain! i u Foreclosure ol Mortgage hn* beei .d against you, and you in % %  r. ipi r. .1 io S.IA.' a cop) of your Answer or Pleadings to the Complaint on the Plaintiff* Attorney*. KESSLER .V: l'.iil'ZIN. SOtl Brickell Avenue, Miami ::\l. Florida, and file the original Answer or I'leadlnu in il fflce of the ci. -rk ni iln circuit Court on or before .1 nl > I, I'.".:: if you fall to do *o, judgment b) di fnull ill be taken iKalnsi you foi the relief demanded in ilnComplaint, Thi dest rip >o i ol the :>' %  rt \pro.-e. de.l agalnsi Is: l.oi :•"Itlnck ::. of BRi AI Mi R M *N< 'it, according to the pi il then of. n i.d in ri.it Book 50, al l"age :'". of UnPublic Record* of Hade Count) Ploi II Tins notice shall lie publish* i once each w.-.k for four consecutive week* in the JEWISH FLORIDI \ S DONE \M' ORDERED at Miami, la.i.' County, Florida, this 24th tin) ,.i Ma). A I'.. IMS. 17 B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of thi i "Ircult Com t l >a. he *worn I., and prevented as aforesaid, or sa'.iu will be barred. Dated Ma) 21st. A.D 1913 I'i (INSETTA BRA I 'SHAW A* i:.\.. Unix of the l.a-i Will and %  I'.ament of BFSAKNICE ALLEN I -..I BEN BSSEN, I:-I Attorne) ,,-i I7\, cutrix till I s. > hold Bldg., Mian Fla. .". :' i NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKHP.l HIYEN I the undei signed, il-slrln* to i nii :• in htisiiu undi r iln fiei ii nl Fl >Nli-SHA-NtH>.\"S CHINA at numbei I627il W Dixie Hw> In the it) of Noi ill Mi HI i Beach, II rida intends to rvglstei tl" *a d w .iii ilnClerk of Hi, i ii, in of Dade County, Florida. Dated at Miami. Florida, Ihl das of May, IMS CHIN VRAM \. IN '. By Ah in I Hi hak, Presl %  nl Ruin-: t E. VVIIln. i. Si > I'H.IS. MYERS, HEIMAN, KAPLAN & VTSMAN 1150 S.W, Isi Sir, i Miami. I 1-.int. Kenneth M. Myers Al loi n. v loi Applieallt : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HKiir.r.Y OIVEN that the undersigned, deslrlns ti ensagi in business under the flctltlou* name ,f CHBTKKR VAN & BTORAflE CHI at 9100 N W -"'ih CI Miami, Put mtend* to register said nami lth the ci.rk .a iii.' if. mi "pun of Dade Count) Plot Ida l ll MARTIN Sod i '" n. I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to etigagi in business under the flct llou* na m of PERMAN A CO at 1 In I Ains,. BulMIng, Miami. Florida, intend t I register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT I. FFIRMAN IMA BAYLIS EVELYN CLARK I:I:\ \ STERX HERBERT SCIIU in'/ri: ROBS, BTAMER, WOLF .. HAFT Attorneys for Firman & Co, 122 I7asi 12nd St., New York Ci:v S 24, SI, 1 7. 1 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in busines* under the flctltlou* name „f PARADISE TENNIS OF FLORIDA at 21S N.K 2nd Ave. Miami. FJa., Intend* to register said name with the. clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JEROME KlMl'-AI.I. Sole owner :. 24, (1, r. 7. 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni TICK IS HERFHIY lilYI'.N that the undersigned, deslrlns to engage In business under the flctltlou* nam< of MALEBRO REALTY CO., at B4M West Mli Ct., Hlalenh, Fla Inti ml to register said name uiiii the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida ANDREW MA1.ATESTA. Jr., BENJ v.MN M VLATESTA, PAUL M U.ATESTA, i iwni r* VNOELO \ M.I Al torni for i> aer* :. :'i SI. 6, T. 14



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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 7, 1963

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

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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AA00010090:01792

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 7, 1963

Subjects

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

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
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"cJewish Florfcllian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lume 36 Number 23
Miami, Florida. Friday, June 7, 1963
Two Sections Price 2C"
W Vows Request Klutznick Asks for National
H 'Friendly Relations'
feL AVIV (JTA1 Former
kt German Defense Minister
knz Josef Strauss told a heavy
pided press conference at Herz
this week that on his return
fW'est Germany he would ask
federal government to nego-
establishment of normal
)matic relations with Israel.
(e told the press conference
it his visit, which began or.
}y 27, had convinced him the
He had come for full diplomat-
relations between the two
jntries. He said: "There if
place for halfway solutions
it
conceded that this stand dif-
fcil from the one he took in earl
statements on the matter in
ch he had said that he favored
lalization" of relations by
kblishment of consulates and
le missions. He told the 50
Respondents and television cam-
len that such normalization
ihe official West German po-
and that he could not say
invise on his first day in Is-
wdish Culture
lost'in Minsk
He said that as a Parliamentar-
ian, he would press the West Ger-
man Government to seek a full
solution to the question of diplo-
matic ties. Noting, that one of
the reasons for West German re-
luctance to recognize Israel was
the possibility of Arab counter-
moves, he said West Germany did
not disregard such threats but
Cooperative Group at Meet
CLEVELAND(JTA)The ques-
tion of Jewish identity and of the
future of the Jewish community in
the United States was discussed
here at the 65th annual five-day
meeting of the National Conference
of Jewish Communal Service at-
The creation of a new unifying the United States and Russia
national Jewish cooperative group could belong to the UN., then all
added "we don't want others to tended by 2.000 Jewish communal
dictate to us what we should do,
and we don't think that establish-
ing relations with Israel is a
threat or a hostile act to anyone."
He was introduced to the cor-
respondents by Shimon Peres, Is-
rael's Deputy Defense Minister.
The West German leader replied
to a number of questions about
Continued on Page 8-B
workers from all parts of the coun-
try.
that would "preserve the spirit of,
voluntarism" but which would al-
low the American-Jewish com-
munity "to function generally in
a more orderly and non-competi-
tive fashion" was urged by Philip
M. Klutznick. Using the United
Nations as an example, he said if
Ben-Gurion
Cites Dangers
To Kennedy
American Jews Mourn
Death of Pope John
NEW YORK(JTA) American ,'binical Council of America. Rab
Jewry joined the Catholic world in
mourning the death of Pope John
XXIII who died Monday afternoon
at the age of 81. Major American
Jewish organizations issued state
minis expressing grief and empha-
sizing that Pope John was one of
;the warmest friends the Jews ever
had in the Vatican.
binical Assembly, Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations, Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America, and United Synagogue
of America. The statement issued
by the Synagogue Council through
its president Rabbi Julius Mark.
reads:
Jewish games should be able to
get together.
Mr. Klutznick, former Deputy
U.S. representative to the United
Nations and former national pres-
ident of the B'nai B'rith, one of
American Jewry's top lay leaders,
told the American Jewish com-
munal workers that it should be
something less than a kehillah
lype community" but something
more than the present loosely or-
ganized Presidents Conference.
ol which he was at one time chair-
man.
Mr. Kktinick proposed that a
task force of fifteen to twenty-
five experts of varying view-
points "selected for their knowl-
edge of the problems of Jew-
ish organization life in America"
Leading in tributes to Pope John
was the Synagogue Council
EW YORK (JTA) There
little evidence of any Yiddish
lure in Minsk, a city rich in
sh history, it was reported
by David Miller, correspon-
of the New York Herald
June, who is currently visiting
capital of Byelorussia in the
let Union.
le correspondent noted that
re are no Byelorussian Yiddish-
luage books or newspapers in
stores although Byelorussia
Ji^hes 128 newspapers and last
issued 1.612 book titles. He
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
Foreign Ministry spokesman said America thc nati0nal coordinating
this week that Prime Minister i)(k1v representing the Orthodox.
David Ben-Gurion recently initiat-:
ed a series of exchanges by letter
with President Kennedy and "oth-
er heads of state." The others
were believed to have included
Soviet Premier Khrushchev,
French President Charles de
Gaulle and British Premier Har-
old MacMillan.
The spokesman's disclosure fol-
lowed widespread reports that Mr. i
Ben-Gurion had received a letter:
from President Kennedy. The re-
ports did not indicate the con-
tents of the President's reply. It
was known that President Ken
nedy had sent a reply and that Conservative and Relorm rabbin
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Assn. of
Greater Miami, said: "The Jew-
ish community shares with their
Christian brothers throughout the
world the deep feelings of regret
and remorse upon the passing of
His Eminence, Pope John. The
Jewish people have lost a sin-
cere friend; the Christians have
lost an inspired leader and man-
kind has lost its staunchest cham-
pion for world peace."
"Men of good will everywhere,
those who cherish the highest
of'ideals of human freedom and dig-
nity under God. mourn the death
of a great spiritual leader. Pope
John XXIII. His life and noble
works will long endure as an in-
spiration for man's immortal quest
for peace and justice.
"His deep concern for all who
suffer injustice and pain, his acts
of generosity, his dedication to
charity and his efforts in bring-
ing peoples cf the world, closer
together, will long be remember-
ed by men, women, and children
of all faiths.
"Inbehalf ol the Jewish religious I
community of the United States. I
wish to express our profound sad-
ness at the death of Pope John. To
Yiddish 'writers appear "either possibly the' other "heads of state" ical and congregational organiza-, the Catholic community of this
he Moscow-published Yiddish might also have sent replies but tions. Represented by the S>na-| country and throughout the i
azine, Soviet Homeland, or in the spokesman did not comment goguc Council arc the Central Con-
Continued on Page 8-B Continued on Page 8-B ference of American Rabbis, Rab-
implicity Marks Lipsky Funeral
the Synagogue Council of America
extends its sincerest condolences."
, Rabbi Mark said that this state-
ment has been sent to Catholic
I authorities in Ihe Vatican and in
I this country.
PHflJP At. KlUTZNICK
should be chosen by the presi-
dents of the Hebrew Union Col-
lege-Jewish Institute of Reli-
gion, Yeshiva University, the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, and Brandeis Univer-
sity.
These four educators, who would
be members of the study group,
would choo-e the balance of the
Continued on Page 7-A
v YORK(JTA)Louis Lip-
lean of American Zionism,
died May 27. at the age of 86.
..iid to rest last weekend at
mint I emetery in subur-
I island after simple serv-
.it Congregation B'nai Jeahu-
in this city. More than 1JJ00
?"1st and other Jewish leaders
i II over the country and
including Israel, attended
s
Government of Israel was
represented by Ambassa-
raham Barman; Michael s
Ambassador to the United
l1 and Katriel Katz. Consul-
in New York. The eulogy
- delivered by Moshe Sharett.
forme! Prime Minister and
t-Foreign Minister, now the chair
[''I Ol the Jewish Agency's exec-
Bv<
*mc-.i the many messages of
condolence was one from Mrs.
olJa Meir, Israeli Foreign Min-
cer, who stated- that the passing
sjch "an outstanding and de-
voted leader of Zionism" as Mr.
Lipsky constitutes "a profound-
ly grieved and tragic loss."
Noting that she had had the
"special privilege'" of knowing him
personally, she stated that his
death was also a personal loss."
From my first steps in Zionism."'
she declared. 1 admired him
greatly for all that he was and
c xemplified."
Sharett, in his eulogy, hailed Mr.
I.ipskv as "a celebrated, lifelong
champion ol one of the greatesl
causes ol libertj and justice ol our
I age, the vindication of which is
was given to him to see in his own
of Science at Rehovoth. Israel, and ,
a close friend of Mr. Lipsky. who j
had come here for the funeral. "I
have traveled 6.000 miles." he said.
"to bid farewell to my friend. \
teacher and spiritual leader. More
than any other man in the Zionist
movement, he embodied aristo
cracy ol spirit.
Everything in the world of lit
erature, art, drama had meaning
for him." Weisgal stressed. "Bui
| it was in the renaissance of the
Jewish people that he saw the
greatest drama of all. and foi
which he abandoned his personal
world as a creative writer. In him.
there was no inner conflict be-
Mind/in in Israel
EIN
bright
heard
The
the
GEDI-I stood in the
Min at Masada today, and
history shout in my ear.
air was absolutely still, and
silence was deep and in-
lifetime." Speaking of the departed lween his dedicated Americanism
Uiider as "the venerable dean ol amj ms dedicated Zionism. In him.
American Zionism." Sharett said botn found ,hcir perfect union."
his high culture, personal integ-; ^^ ^ ^^ q{ ^ Jcwish
rity. political courage. ..- Kcconstruclionist. a d r a b b i |
strength of
i. and firm stand were in- L^^ ^ of Temp,c B.nai
Abraham, Newark. N.J.. conducted
estimable assets for the movement
which he led and inspired."
A -personal farewell" was spoken
1 at ihe services by Meyer W. Weis-
..al chairman ol the executive
eoundl of Ihe Wei/mann Institute
the services. Cantor Moshe Na-
thanson read excerpts from the
Psalms and recited the El March
Kachamim.
tense, and 1 could hear nothing,
And yet, in my mind,
there came the wild
cries of Roman legions
in their square-shaped
camp below Masada.
challenging the last Of
Bar Kochba's brave
defenders. Neither, 1
could see, did the
Roman invaders final-
ly bring defeat to the
nine-hundred Jews high
atop the mountain un-
til, after some two
years, they built a plateau of
earth to the last outpost of the
second Jewish commonwealth,
stormed the fortress, and gained
their military objectiveto find
the nine-hundred dead, following
MINDUN
and
jut
the fulfillment of a mutual sui-
cide pact.
Yesterday, in the School of
Archaeology at Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem. 1 saw many
of the Bar Kochba artifacts Gen.
Yigael Yadin uncover-
ed at Masada. photo-
graphs of which he
showed during a lec-
ture in Miami last
year. But history came
alive here todaynot
in the school archives,
nor really at the lec-
ture.
History came alive
to prove the chronicle
of our people as it is
written in the Bible,
it was written for me,
lew hours later in the
treacherous climb I made with
one of Israel's prominent photo-
Continued on Page 6-A


Page 2-A
*Jewisi> fk>r!dHair
Friday, June 7, 1963
Religious Leaders Face Racial Problem
A pnnip of Greater Miami's re- ;.nd must be treatcj justly, with
ltgipus leaders Friday issued an rqual opportunity to enjoy his
iue lief in equal rights and called for "We believe the command to ;ong past due for us" to speak out
ion are a violation of justice and
an affront to the dignity of man.
We proclaim that the tim<*"k
Community Center Group Changes Kame
To YM and YWHA; Reelects Budd Cutler
T
comnuinitywidc action. They pro- love all others as one's
pcsed a general meeting on inter- no excention.
racial relations this fall.
Committees were appointed to
work on pressirT local problems
which, they were informed, could
erupt before then.
The proclamation was signed by
the Catholic and Episcopal bishops,
the director of the Council of
"We believe, as Americans, that
all men are equal under the law,
"Therefore, we proclaim as in- ever irmay be",
alienable every man's r i e h t to
] i-quality without discrimination of
any kind in employment, educa-
tion, housing, hospitals, public ac
with one voice for justice and
charity towards all.
"As relig ous leaden we are
obliged to eppose injustice wher-
Therelorc we propose a com-
munity-wide'meeting on Interracial
delations to be held in Miami in
he fall."
training, political organizations,
Churches, the president of the Hab- "-creation. w"hip.
. j w 1___1 r ,u We proclaim that racial prej
bin.cal Assn and the head of the ^crimination and segrega
Negro Ministerial Alliance. _____
They called on "all citizens
of our community to recognize
with us the importance and ur-
gency of arriving at decisions"
which could solve the racial
problems here.
Dr. Werner's Seminar Topic
Is 'Meeting the Challenge'
Bishop Carroll ac"ded, "I hope
we all realize full well the impli-
cations here. We should do ev-
erything we can to straighten
out the problems. We don't want
the disgraceful conditions that
have been experienced else-
where."
Dr. Charles G. Werner, associate The statement was unanimously
professor of philosophy at the endorsed by the group. It was
University of Miami, will be the signed by Bishop Carroll; James L.
The statement was read by Bis- speaker at the f0urth and conclud- Duncan, Suffragan. Episcopal D10-1
hop Coleman F. Carroll, head of < { sessjon o[ the new adult series cese of South Florida; Rabbi Solo
the Catholic Diocese of Miami, enticd -Meeting the Challenge of mon Schiff. president of the Rab- i
who presided. ,he t,rime of Life Mon(lay night, binical Assn.; Luther C. Pierce, e*
The text stated: "We. the rclig- under the sponsorship of the Mi- ccutive director of the Greater Ml-
ious leaders of this community be- ami YMHA Branch. Council of Churches. Rev Ed-
lieve on the common basis of our Dea,jng wlth the challcngcs fac. **g jL^J"J""J,
\unmtareSmH, e?e -en^and women ,n their thi, ^^J^'tSLciSS-
that all men art equal in His c>es. es and forhes ,ubjecl of Dr ^ ^ ^ Rey ^^^ R QUy
"We believe each child of God of Werner's session is "How Im-
every race, creed, color, and na- portant Are Other Interests in Life
tional origin, has individual worth Besides Work and Family?"
son. president of Miami NA.-UT.
A Picasso print was awarded to the Dade County Schools for
participation in a children's art show now on display at
Hartley's downtown store. Al Hurwitz (left), supervisor of art
in the schools, is shown accepting the prize from Charles R.
Jacobson, chairman of the Royal Poinciana Fiesta Art Com-
mittee. The week's Fiesta includes band concerts in Bayfront
Park, coronation of a University of Miami Queen, and awards
for public service. The program is sponsored annually by the
Miami Beautiiication Committee.
Gables Student
Wins UN Contest
A prize of Sinn was awarded to
Fedro Suarcz of Coral Gables High
School for placing first in Ihe 37th
annual High School contest of the
UN. The examination, offered in
all hi'^h schools. i> Itased on book
lets which trace the structure and
goals of the UN. ____ ________
Winners, parents and sponsor-
ing teacher were honored at an
awards dinner given by the local
chapters of the American Assn.
for the UN.
Diana Smolenyak, William Rub
instein, Benjamin Korncich and
John Parker each won a $25 Bond.
Dr. Frank Rimoldi, professor of
the University of Miami, spoke on
his recent trip to Egypt and the
Far East, stressing the "need for
educating the nations of the world
in the intelligent UM of arable
land" and underscored the UN al
a mechanism for the interchange
of information and ideas.
Reelection of A. Budtt Cutler as
president. Ql .{hq. YM and YWJIA
of Greater Miami highlight! the
12th annual meeting of the YMHA.
Cutler, who had served for two
years as president of the "Y" has
been active in the I'nited Fund
and Federation as well as in the
Welfare Planning Council and the
Senior Citizens Day Centers. Inc.
First vice president of the Na-
tional Jewish Youth Conference
j under the sponship of the Nation-
al Jewish Welfare Board (parent
organization of all YMHAs), he
served successively as committee
chairman, vice presidency and
then president.
"Changing the name from the
Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center to the YM end
YWHA of Greater Miami is sig-
nificant of the new interest and
additional kinds of activities
sponsored by the YM and YWHA.
Young adults and adults, as well
as senior citizens and children
will be served in greater meas-
ure during the coming year.
This program emphasis is indi-
cative of the new name. This
will also help many of our new-
comers to better understand the
function, purpose and program
of the YMHA," said Cutler.
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G/uck Tells of Tallahassee
Democratic Cluo of Miami
Beach will meet Wednesda> even-
ing in the Sea Isle Hotel. I'roi
dent, Wally Cluck, will speak on
a recent trip to Tallahassee.
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Friday, June 7. 1963
Jewisti HcrHiar
Aged Home Addition Nears Completion;
Expansion Makes Way for New Residents
Page 3-A
At Uw final board nwctins of
the current year held last Sun-
day, Judge Irving Cypen, presi-
dent of the Jewish Home for the
Aged, reported that the Home ex-
pects to occupy its new facilities
and admit new residents begin-
ning about Sept. 11. Tnc Home
will then have a total of 226 beds,
with facilities for the well and
sick aged.
Judge Harold B. Spaet, honor-
ary president and chairman of the
admissions committee, announced
that applications for admissions
are being processed rapidly by the
social work staff. It is anticipat-
ed, he said, that 120 new resi-
dents will be admitted between
Sept. 15 and Dec. 31. He advised
all prospective applicants who are
in need of a sheltered environ-
ment to apply immediately since
all those approved by the ad-
missions committee during Ihe
next few months will be admitted;
along with those who have beeni
on the waiting list for the past'
year or more.
David B. Fleeman, chairman of
the building committee, reported
that construction is proceeding
on schedule and the most exten-
, sive rehabilitative equipment,
facilities and services have been
| incorporated in the new addition.
The physical therapy depart-
| ment has been expanded and a
completely new and fully equipped
, occupational therapy program has
; been added. Each of the two
floors, which will more than
double the capacity of the Home,
will have nurses' stations, recrea-
tion and TV rooms, dining room
and diet kitchens, as well as spac-
ious sun porches.
Central air conditioning and
Mayor Snydei to Install
City of Hope Chapter Officers
Mayor Arthur I. Snyder of North
| Miami Beach will install officers
of the Robyn Tubin Chapter, City
of Hope, on Tuesday, noon, at the
Dunes Motel.
Slate for 1963-64 is headed by
Mesdames Lewis J. Brooks, pres-
ident; Abe Soioway, Martin Blu-
menthal, Solomon Kugler, Philip
Kaskell, Irwin Alweis, vice presi-
dents; William Kosofsky, treasur-
er; Louis Ehrlich, Sam Wieder,
Gerald Zimmerman, Isidor Wolf,
secretaries; Abe Rudel, chaplain;
Sydney S. Loffron, parliamentar-
ian; Arthur Tubin. Albert Matz,
trustees.
heating has been planned through-
out, with hurricane shutter pro-
tection built in for all rooms. First
floor will have a new lobby and
administrative offices including
geriatric library and meeting
room. Beauty-barber shop and
canteen will round out the exten-i
sive facilities and services plan-
ned for the residents' comfort.
The 50 Ablin residents tempor-
prily housed in the Biscayne Hos-|
pital on Biscayne Blvd.. will re-
(urn to a facility with added and |
improved rehabiltative services'
and care. To the more than 100
persons on the waiting list, it will I
mean, at long last, admission to
Douglas Gardens.
Jerry Orlin Wins
Music Scholarship
Jerry Orlin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Orlin, 2014 SW 17th Ter.,
has been selected a winner in the
piano division of the recent Miami
Music Club's Young Artists divi-
sion. Award carries an annual
scholarship and a performance in
which he appeared in a recital at
the Columbus Hotel.
In 1961, at the age of 13, Jerry
won first place in his division in
the International Recording con-
test, and at the State Federation
held in Tampa. Last year he won
an appearance with the Miami
Symphonic Society Orchestra.
An honor student at Shenandoah
Junior High, the young artist is
accompanist for the 9th grade pates in Synagogue activities at
concert chorus and serves as pres-
JtMY ORLIN
ident of the Coral Gables Junior
Music Club.
Beth David Congregation and v ;!t
enter Hebrew High School 3t
The talented teenager partici- Greater Miami in the fall.
Henry Coleman is Legion Commander
Henry E. Coleman. local attor-
ney, has been elected the new com-
mander of American Lesion Post
No. 85. He is to be installed at an
8 p.m. open meeting June 16 at
post headquarters. 1828 Alton Rd.
Elected to serve with Coleman
for the coming year were: Sam
Hohauser, first vice commander;
Chin Shew Get. second vice com-
mander; Arving M. Cooperman,
third vice commander; A. Henry
Kauffman, finance officer; Mi
lice Weinman, chaplain; Ash
Rose, historian, and sergeant-:
arms, Abe Goldman.
New members of the exectiti -
committee are Irving Goldberg, :-
Berman, Jack Henkin. Max L< -
her. William E. Doughertyy. J -
cob Berger, Dave White and Da 9
Greenbegr. George J. ifichae -
iv. as elected a five-year trustee.
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Leaders of the four women's auxiliaries of the Jewish Home for
the Aged present checks to Judge Irving Cypen, president of
the Home. Left to right are Mrs. Sol Silverman, substituting for
Mrs. Morganstem, president of the Miami Auxiliary. Mrs. Bert-
hold Strauss, president of the Junior Auxiliary. Mrs. Stanley
M. Beckerman, president of the Hollywood Auxiliary, and Mrs.
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Friday. June 7. 1963
'Jewish Floridian
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FRED K. 8HOCHET..............Editor and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN..............................Executive Editor
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ISRAEL BUREAU
Sheraten Hotel Tel Aviv, Israel
RAY U. BINDER___________Correspondent
Now theT
The announcement this week
that the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center and its affil-
iated groups will change its
name and henceforth will be
known as the YM and YWHA
of Greater Miami is worthy of
comment.
Many of us here for consid
erable time will remember that
the organization, in smaller
form and with less branches,
was cnce known as the "Y."
The organization states that
the name change will "help
many of our newcomers to bet-
ter understand the functions,
purpose and programs," so
now once again we have a "Y"
with this simplification of desig-
nation.
Excluding the joy of head-
line writers and typesetters in
having a "name that will fit,"
we likewise, are in accord with
this move of selecting a name
that is both expressive and
synonymous of the program it
is providing. It will in addition
lessen the existing confusion
with the myriads of organiza-
tions in our midst who have "community" or
"center" as part of the name.
Some of the groups might take the ex-
ample and make a similar move.
Miami's Religious Leaders
Greater Miami's religious leaders last Fri-
day came face to face with the equal rights
and racial problem.
Taking another formal step forward in
meeting head on with a.situation that is now
being met here on a daily situation to situation
basis, the clergymen were forthright in
acknowledging that the explosive occurrences
taking place elsewhere can happen here if all
resources are not now placed in motion.
We are cogniaant that great strides have
been made in our community as to equal
rights and this progress just did not happen.
There has been continuous effort by our citi-
zenry and organizations to effect these changes
as rapidly as possible without the unnecessary
and unneeded fanfare and noise.
Our religious leaders are to be further
commended for banding together in this un-
popular but necessary action in continuing to
move ahead. All sources of leadership and
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Volume 36
Number 23
Friday, June 7. 1963
15 Sivan 5723
Today's Cantor
We are hosts this coming week to the
American Conference of Cantors and members
from all parts of the country will be here for
sessions and program.
The role of the Cantor in the synagogue
and temple today has expanded into a major
one in the life of the religious institution, far
exceeding that of yesteryear.
The responsibilities of the position occu-
pied by the cantor goes beyond conducting
weekly services and holiday prayers. Train-
ing choirs, teaching and complete musical pro-
gramming for the school and adult activities
are part and parcel of today's cantor. And
with those responsibilities and undertakings, by
and large the cantor of today brings to his post
a background of formal training, musical edu-
cation and knowledge.
We see, therefore, that the cantors far and
wide are striving to continue to make even
greater progress in elevating standards and
accomplishments for their profession. We trust
that the sessions here will not alone be enjoy-
able but replete with further achievement.
On The Passing Of Louis Lipsky
By HARRY SIMONHOFF |
Harry .Simonliof/. author, columnist cud IccMrvf u t Miami Beach
resident. A historian of note, Simonhof/ eulogises the late Louis L\p
After attaining fourscore and six years Louis Lipsky went the way;
of all flesh. Without undue ailing or suffering, his life force ebbed away i
for his time had come. He died in the midst of his family, of sons and
grandchildren, loved by friends, respected and admired by a wide pub-
lic, who knew him as the grand old man in Jewry, the dean ot Amen
can Zionism. Peace be unto his soul. Amen.
Those of us who knew Louis Liu > an unforgettable experience to
sky in his prime can never forget have watched him preside over a
the tall, spare figure with a slight. convention with his parliamentary
stoop, iron-gray hair covering an adroitness, sharp mentality and
expansive forehead towering over ready wit, with his nemarkablc
a determined, austere face of in- lucidity and happy faculty for the
telligence and character. It was choice and effective word.
Who can ever forget him sway
a convantton against the strong-
est oppositon, without resorting
to the bag of oratorical or his-
terionic tricks? Never eloquent
in the emotional sense, he could
revertheles hold the audience,
often unruly, spellbound with the
sheer force of his intellect. His
stimulating words were charged
with a depth of meaning; his ap-
peal lay in a pungent, scintillat-
ing style of intellectual incite-
ment and poetic overtones.
Louis Lipsky left no successor.
It is difficult to realize that the
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during the week
... as i see it
JCLAT The Negev
deed unbelievable.
I --
Smuii
by LEO MINDLIN
mtaassa
:..:! ,.! H.i .;. | J.,.,ji
Beer-
sheba lies roughly in the cen-
ter of this country. Some
twenty miles north are sisal
plantations grown by the Jew-
ish National Kurd at Gilat.
Here, riender stalks of sisal
wave their tall fingers at the
sky to form a lovely Japanese
print for the eye. and later
hemp for Israel's growing in.
dustry. Less than minutes out of Gilat, the landscape suddenly
changes. The greenery- gives way to gentle sand dunes and rippling
pattterns hewn by the wind.
Along the roadway are large, seemingly senseless abode construe-
tions. which turn out to be World War I hangars erected by the Brit-
ish. A bit further south is a British cemetery of the same era. con-
tinually strengthening one's recognition that Israel and history are
tied in a knot even to the present. Minutes more, and the desert has
engulfed the entire landscape. As far as the eye can see, there are
tableaux out of the latest Hollywood production, which substantiate
the most romantic preconceptions of the Middle East.
Beersheba lies like a jewel in the Uesert, its green fingers from
afar reaching into the surrounding sands. The city is a tnstl
metropolis, boasting modernistic housing, large industrial and hank-
ing complexes, and a teeming population of some 50.080 soul-, in-
eluding many exotic Arabs. At the Desert Inn entranceway. a u
tiful resort example of contemporary Israeli architecture and enter-
prise, is encamped, replete with tent and camel. Abdul Nasser
For a pound iworth 33 1 3 American cents1, -wearing cOBtlmiinf*^
non-relationship to another Arab of the same name, he will pose [or
tourists with his fierce rcvolvei (unloaded) and jeweled sword, wh i
contains a lovely handle, scabbard, ami no blade,
* eje
THE FORBIDDING MOON LANDSCAPE
FURTHER SOUTH, between Beersheba and Dimona, the de n -
at its most beautiful. From 5:30 to 7:30 in the morning,
living in tents drive their sheep, camels, and goats to wherevi
drives sheep, camels, and goats; and the sight is a pictiiresii ;
indeed. Their flowing robe- and. in the case of women halt c |
faces, substantiate all the the literature one has read of the "fjKOtj Mid-
dle East." Point a camera ;t them from any reasonable rii l
and the women will run away, shouting, laughing, cursing, ami :
ful of the wrath of the gods.
But the children rush forward, at close view dirty. Obvfousl) ill,
their eyes ringed by squatting flies, hands outstretched tor a coin
Below Dimona. the landscape changes as suddenly a- it did min-
utes out of the JNF plantations at Gilat. There, the desert is no
longer gentle and soothing to one's romantic impulses. It becOl
brutal, foreboding, forbidding, and even violent. The lovely sand
formations and their wadis in which are planted occasional Jev ISO
National Fund experimental plots, or in which naturally struggle a
rare tree for survival, give way to giant mountains that ehallei
the sky
Now there is red rock everywhere and no shadow lor protectu'ii.
Huge, craggy boulders jut from the ground. The landscape se< ma
as if it i- the surviving remnant of an ane'ent nuclear holocaust.
Science tictioneers should see there a moon world, except for the
merciless sun and the unrelenting heat makes the worst Miami sum-
mer day a pleasant memory by comparison. *r~
At AVdat, I stopped to visit the Fifth Century ruins of a Nab.iu ri
Acropolis, signed a privileged guest book among the Signatures of
tude Wingate's son. noted American legislators, and Israeli offici Is,
and in the merciless desert pushed on to Mitzpeh Ramos.
: :- :
COMING TOGUHlft Of FOUR COUNTRIES
ullTZPEH STANDS HIGH atop a uiant mountain, overlool i
" fantastic crater, which stretches as far as the eye can see Fan-
tastic is an overworked word in Israel, which has actually bee
part of the country's vocabulary.) Here more than elsewhere io the
desert the lunar landscape parallel is awe-inspiring and li
Mitzpeh. like Arad. is another of the many cities the governn nl is
Irving to hew out of the rock and sand in the south. To hasten the
job. some offenders receive a suspended sentence if they e to
take up a new life in Mitzpeh.
The climb is merciless. My car. a brand new model and
erful. performed to the limit of its capability to get to the top, Hi ->"
tiating hairpin turns one upon another, with huge canyons (in
thousands of feet mere inches from my outer tires at the e
the road.
The straightaway to Flat, involving only incidental Climbs thai
are just as perilous, parallels the mountains of Edom on tl I '' ">
Jordan territory On a small hill outside of Elat, I beheld the
ing together of four countries to a point: Jordan. Syria. Israel and
Egypt This has been perhaps the most unusual sight ol
thus far. Here, from my hotel window. I see the Gulf of Aqua la in
Jordan, only a mile or two further south a series of silver Oil
in Syria and, at a greater distance and seemingly across thi R< '
Sea. a mountain range in Egypt.
Several hours ago, enthralled by the sight, where history "'-
made in the Suez Sinai campaign in 1956-57, I climbed to thi I
my hotel and, with a powerlul tele-lens, photographed the nole
shebang.
THE FUTURE Of THE NEGEV
CHMUEL MELTZER IS a member of the Elat City Council Hj
** tells me that, on principle, he is frequently the -loyal op]
to Mayor Joseph Levy, who visited me in my office in Miami
two months ago, when he came to South Florida on a tour m behalf
ni Histadrut.
"ShmuUk," as everyone calls him, has great faith in Elat. which
the huge amount of construction here seems oo its face to bear out.
Since the Mayor had left for Tel Aviv the day I arrivad, "Shmulik
arranged for me to photograph the harbor on the Gulf of Flat, as
Israelis now call it to distinguish the body of water from the Arab-
held Gulf of Aqabaa monument to the direct impact of Israel Bond
funds on this country's future industrialization.
Overlooking the harbor s*ands an army encampment, at the Spea
of which I beheld a giant pair of twin telescopes trained on Jordan.
"And what does the patrol see there?" I asked ShmuUk. knowmij
full well the answer. "A giant pair of twin telescopes trained at
US, Shmulik replied, laughing.
Apart from this, there is no laughter; for the building of F
serious busfaeaa-as is the building of the entire Negev. "Go witn,
young man" is Israel's motto today, the supernatural design ot tin-
landscape notwithstanding. In the face of heat and the limits ol
man's capacity to cope with all that is seemingly hostile to his future
what tomorrow holds for the Negev is too difficult at this time to
foresee,
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Rosichan Receives
UJA Medallion
Artlvi..- iJJmwBoiithMii executive
director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation since 1960. has
received an award from the Unit
ed Jewish Appeal for 25 years of
continued service.
The award v. as presented to
Rosfchan by Sidney Lefcomt
president of Federation, on behalf
of the Greater .Miami community
and of the National Committee
celebrating lj.\\ 25th Anniver-
sary nich coincides with the
Silver Anniversary of the Great
er Miami Jewish Federation.
A 1928 graduate of the School
o! Jewish oci;il Work and holder
ol a Bachelor ot Arts degree from
Western Reserve University, Rosi-
chan is a nationally known Fed
r-ation leader, having served as
executive director of the Federa-
tion of Jewish Community Ser
vices and Combined Jewish Ap-
peal in Montreal, and for 10 years
prior to that as executive director
of the United Jewish Federation
in Buffalo, N.Y.
Cantors to Meet Here in
Tenth Annual Convention
Tenth annual convention of the
American Conference of Cantors i
to be held this year at the Bar-
celona Hotel, is chaired locally by;
Cantor David Convi-er, of Tern
pie Beth Sholom and Cantor Jacob i
G. Bornstcin, of Temple Israel.
Two evening programs, includ-
ing premiere performances, are
open to the public. First pro-
gram. Monday evening at Temple'
Israel, will present New Horizons!
el Music fur the synagogue and
the Community. A program of,
concert classics, music for the!
S>nagogue composed in Israel. a|
Torah Service by former Miamian!
Robert Strassburg. will be per-
formed.
On Tuesday afternoon the New!
Horizons Workshop will be on
'New Forms and Developments
'in the Bar Mitzvah and Confirma-
tion Services," with panelists
Norman H. Belink and Norman
Summers.
In the evening. "Isaac Levi," a
music-drama in English by Fred-
erick Piket and Raymond Smol-
ovcr will have its Florida premiere
. i.t Temple Beth Sholom
Commissioned by the Opera
Theatre of Westchester, "Isaac
Levi" will feature two local
artists, Miss Salwa Merrige and
Miss Joyce Farber.
Wednesday morning's workshop
will be on "Jewish Music Festi-
val- of 1963." Panelists will be
Alex Zimmer, Norman Summers
and George Weinflash.
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard of
Temple Beth Am, and Ephraim
Steinbauer will conduct the after-
noon workshop on "The Evolving
Image of the American Cantor."
Guest speaker at the convention
banquet on Wednesday evening
will be Dr. Joseph R. Narot of
Temple Israel.
Bruce Brown JWV
Honors Nat Roth
Norman Bruce Brown Post 174.
one of the first and oldest Jewish
War Veteran posts in Florida, held
; a breakfast this month honoring
| past commanders. Honor guest
jwas Nat Roth, first commander of
the Department of Florida. Jewish
! War Veterans of the USA.
With the announcement of a
new national group hospital indem-
nity plan open to members of the
Jewish War Veterans. Commander
Ralph Kosofsky reports a large in-
I crease in applications for member-
ship.
Group's next social meeting.
June 18. will feature a color sound
film on the communication satel-
lite telstar.
Meetings are held at Pythian
I Hall. w. Flagler and 46th Ave..
first and third Tuesday of the
i month, 8:30 p.m.
Dr. Wolf son Talks on Spinoza
Second lecture on "The Life
and Philosophy of Baruch Spinoza"
will be given by Dr. Abraham
WolfSon, Thursday. 11 a.m., in
the social hall of the Washington
Federal Loan Assn. bldg., 1234
Washington Ave.
CANJOK WlUiAM W. LiPiON
Beth David Cantor
Receives Degree
Cantor William W. Lipson of
Beth David Congregation, will be
installed as an Honorary Fellow
oi the Cantors Institute at the
69th annual commencement of The
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America. Seven honorary degrees
will be awarded, and 65 students
will receive degrees at the com-
mencement, on Sunday afternoon
in the Louis Marshall memorial
quadrange of the Seminary in New-
York.
The award this year is one of
eight presented to cantors in the
I nited States who have served the
community for more than twenty
year.-. Cantor Lipson has been
with Beth David since 1955.
McKeldin Makes Israel Award at Rabbi Waxman Fete
Presenting Arthur S. Rosichan
(left) with an award for serv-
ice to the United Jewish Ap-
peal, is Sidney Lefcourt, pres-
ident of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
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Temple Zion joined the growing
list of Greater Miami synagogues
celebrating the 16th year of Is-
rael's independence with direct
support of Israel's economic
growth.
At a dinner last Sunday night
in the Deauville Hotel honoring
Itahhi Alfred Waxman. spiritual
leader of the congregation, mem
bcr- of the synagogue purchased
more than S35.000 in Israel Bonds.
Guest speaker was former Gov.
Theodore K. McKeldin of Mary
land, who presented a plaque to
Kabhi Waxman on behalf of State
of Israel Bonds in recognition of
the Rabbi's exemplary service to
Israel's economic growth."
In accepting the award, Kabbi
Waxman sai.l. "I am certain that
this great honor is intended BOl
only for me but tor every mem-
ber of our congregation who has
in past years responded to Israel's
needs for the tools to develop
economic independence by pur
chasing Israel Bonds and have
thus made possible Israel's re-
markable achievements to date.
The greatest honor that you who
are gathered here tonight can pay
me and the State of Israel is con-
tinuing this kind of support by
v,,ur purchases of Israel Bonds.
' Chairman of the dinner was |
Martin Hammer and toastmaster
was Hyman Potash, president ot
the synagogue. A highlight of the
program was earn lelighting cere
moiiy conducted by Dr. Aaron !
Kalian, executive director of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-!
ganization, in commemoration of
Israel's 15th year of independence. !
Taking part in the ceremony
were: Willard Bender, Benjamin
BerkOWitZ, Sol Berlin, Edward
Cantor. Sidney Goldbaum, Jack J.
Kane, Nathan Keusch, Samuel
Messer, Howard Preuss, Aron
Prowisor, Joseph Robbins, Bernard
Serkin. Isidor Stein. Al Teitler,
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Hatikvah Reelects
Joe Gorenstein
Joseph B. Gorinstcin was in-
Malted for a second term as pres-
ident of Hatikvah-Lodge of Miami
Beach 2362 in ceremonies conduct-
ed by Harold Brenner, assistant
national membership director at
the annual banquet held in the
Barcelona Hotel.
Other officers on the slate in-
cluded Leonard E. Abel, president-
elect; Samuel A. Beer, Bernard
Ufton, Charles Weinberg, vice
presidents; Hyman W. Berkman,
Robert L. Grover. Ellison Kosoff,
secretaries; Max Breslow, treasur-
ei; Meyer L. Cherkas, chaplain;
Eli E. Kammer, warden; Frank
H. Kravit. Alex N. Sohmer, Will-
iam E. Harris, trustees.
3oard of directors for 1963-64:
Judge Fred N. Barad, Harold S.
Caplan. Dr. Oscar Cowen, Dr. Her-
man H. Firestone, Alexander For-
nian, Jack R. Glick, Samuel B.
Goldberg, Nathan Goldman, Sam-
uel Goldstein, Herbert Green-
b: um. Samuel Isrel. Lewis D.
L< vit. Albert Loewinthan, Max
Narin, Emanuel Mentz. Samuel
Norkeen. William Schelberg. Sam-
mi Sheppard. Harry Slossberg.
.indah J. Sweet. Nat Travers and
Morris Weston.
In accepting the presidency for
-econd term Gorinstcin stated.
"1 pledge you every effort to in-
8 a continuing training of our
officers so that Hatikvah Lodge
Will grow from strength to strength
carrying it's share to Judaism, to
i r community and to our coun-
trythrough IVnai B'rith."
JOStPH B. GORINSTttH
Temple Emanu-EI
Foundation School
Exercises
Closing
United Kashruth
Elects Kaplan
At the annual election meeting
oi the United Kashruth Assn. of
I eater Miami, held May 17. at
Strath Haven Hotel, Rabbi
Abraham J. Safra was named
I- bbinical supervisor.
Jffieers elected were Norman
Is ..plan, president; Joe Wilensky,
. je president; Herman Dale, sec-
it :ary-treasurer.
Raphael K. Yunes. chairman of
the Board of Education of Temple
Emanu-EI. announces closing ex-
ercises of Foundation School will
be held on Friday at 10 a.m.. in
the auditorium of the North Branch
Bldg Dickens Ave. and 77th St.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of the Temple, will extend
greetings, and Morris Tarasow.
educational director will preside.
Honored guests will be Rabbi Allen
Rutchik. director of the Southeast
Region. United Synagogue of
America, and Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, member of the Dade
County Board of Public Instruction.
The children, 5 to 7. will presnt
a program entitled. "Dear Diary,"
story of their school year in song
and verse in English and Hebrew.
It will incorporate much of the
curriculum taught in the Founda-
tion School, which consists of a
kindergarten, first and second
grades.
The program was written and
directed by Trixie Levin with the
assistance of Florence Goldring
and Fay Feinstein.
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graphcrs, Efrim Hani, to a cave
high at the "top of the Canyon
of Kin Cedi, where King David
hid from Saul. The narrow rocky
path, ruing perhaps a thousand
feet above the Dead Sea, brought
me to a most exquisite and se-
cluded water fall, where once
again I could hear the Jewish
past.
I slipped on the way down,
dragging heavy photographic
equipment with me, somehow
and suddenly regaining my bal-
ance, and feeling as I would feel
nowhere else that tradition and
culture and history had saved
my body there, if not my soul.
This is a strange country, wild
w ith contrasts. For the past two
weeks, I have trod the streets
of Israel's major cities, talking
with people, meeting them in
their homes, and adjusting my-
self to a new landscape. In
Jerusalem, I spoke with many
Government officials, sat in the
office of President Zalman
Shazar. who was sworn in on
Tuesday, and a day before had
been privileged first-hand to
watch Prime Minister Ben-Gur-
ion at one of the most exciting
sessions in the history of Israel's
Parliament.
But here I have touched his-
tory, and here I have seen the
violent contracts as they are not
to be seen in Tel Aviv, for ex-
ample, or even in Jerusalem.
Today, my car took me all along
the Dead Sea, which is 1.200 feet
beneath sea level, the world's
lowest spot. At Kfar Ein Gedi.
one of the country's exciting kit)
but 7.1m. I saw an impossible
miracle ot greenery pasted,
against a craggy and unkind
desert, where virile young people
are bringing civilization to a
previously dormant sand dune.
Across the sea stood the moun-1
tains of Jordan, looming threat-
eningly to remind me of a radio
broadcast I heard from Amman
the other day, which reported the
observance of the 15th anniver-
sary of "the national Palestine:
tragedythe establishment of j
the so-called State of Israel."
But at Masada, near the foot'
of the mountain, stands a sign:
"Shayneet Masada Lo Teepoi":
"Masada will not fall a second
time." History was at an apex
there for me. past and present
promising a future such as only
the shifting sands of the Negev
desert dare phophesy today.
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+Jmtet> ftrriafi^r
Klutznick Asks For National Group
Paqe A
he piu.ication of the report."
The working group's sole por-
po*e ~ol Id be to try and find
brs.s for live ad modern
d.tcu-cion of the problem of
comir^nity organiiation rather
then % *terile debate of ority
vers^r voluntarism."
niemtx'rLhlp and -sct up tfie rales!hc sacrifice of sovereignty ward a mult'^ceted cultural mil-
for corr/enlng the conference and'
Mr. Klutinick Mid hit philos-
ophy accepts the right of an or-
ganization to "refute to enter in-
to any program" and said "per-
haps only one major Jewish or-
ganiiation goes that far" but
that similarly the American
Jewish community is "likewise
entitled to assess its value and
its philosophy in the light of to-
, .- < that hc reallz>(l the dif- day', world" and that the great-
nhcrent in (be creation ** discipline the community has
is to "provide or withhold com-
icu.
"The current concern with Jew-
ish identity," Dr. Slawson said,
"centers increasingly on how to
achieve an integrated yet un-
assimilated status in the general
American community. Integra-
tion is workiryj and interacting
with others for common pur-
poses. Assimilation is forgetting
that one is a Jew. Acculturation
to American society without loss
of identity either religious or
religio-cultural, depending upon
one's point of view is the es-
sence of Jewish integration."
of a central Jewish cooperative
Kuoup. Mr. Klutznick. referring to mum,y ,oppo^, b'**d upon sueh
u; assessment. It is high time,"
M. OJ\. experience. a r8an,""0nS and Jewish ment* e"<* 5 he com-
Tl~ !Lr0,,,)S 'n A,,lerita re """>'* to whether they*do
WVCNlen than either the United, good or harm to the total needs
States or tbe Soviet Union: Cer of American Jewish life."
tainly, he pointed out. 'they
have more in common Ideological- In an aDPcal fr rational think-
ly, no latter what their differ- '""' Mr Klutmick concluded that
ences, -ian have these two sov- "le Jevvisn community and its or-
ereign vwers." sanitations must put "an end to
digging up yesterday's controvcr- "'-----""" "' "wiwi iu oewisn
The re group, as Mr K|u(z gjea and symbols which may have! values the morality and system
Ce it. must "produce the meant something to previous gen-!01 ethics derived from Judaism
germ c an idea that would cap-' c-rations" and substitute for it a Iand devotion to certain pursuits.
ture all of the precious attributes serious effort to "find an organi-' s"ch as learning both secular
ol voluntarism and instill the in- national technique or method |and religious and philanthropy.
which conforms to todays needs.' Participation in Jewish community
... ,. activity is another way of expres-
Let thinking and committed sing identity.
men and women try to distill
something out of their knowledge
and experience and then present
ii to the community itself, cither
tn rally around, or reject or
amend it. We badly need a new-
He defined Jewish identity as
"the concept of peoplehood. or
sense of community. Jews are
|>ecplc bound together by a com-
mon faith, a common history, tra-
dition, culture and language," he
ssid. "Jewish identity is charac-
terized by adherence to J e w i s h
stitute for Jewish living," Dr.
Dinin warned the communal
workers that "we do not exist as
a Jewish community in. order to
support Jewish hospitals or
homes for the orphans and aged
or even synagogues. Philan-
thropy and defense and resettle-
ment are necessary for our phys-
ical security and survival. They
can not provide content and
meaning for a creative Jewish
life.
"The time has come for a re
assessment of our position as a
pecple. for a new look at the struc-
ture of the Jewish community, for
a new evaluation of what it is that
we are expending our monies and
energies," he declared. "We have
to cultivate, as a people, the art
of being Jews. This means a re-
turn to Jewish literacy, to a com-
, mitment to the values and ideals
J which characterize Judaism at its
i best."
Philip Sotfcis, president of the
Conference, told the delegates
'that about 200,000 Jews were
on the move to countries of new
opportunity in the year 1962.
Presiding over the opening ses-
sion, he called the continuing
problem of migration "one of
the big tasks facing Jewish corn-
, munal service.
I
Soskis, who is executive director
of the New York Assn. for New
Americans, pointed out that the
big migrations in 1962 were from
: Algeria and Cuba. "Of the 200.000
migrants." he said, "the largest
number found haven in Israel."
gredMI I essential for the attain-
ment ,-. realizable harmonization
and cooperation." He said such
coop*' tion i> not a "luxury" but
rathe- hat "at this stage of Amer-
ican Jewish history, it may well
>>< ecessity from which we
cannot i >cape."
.. ?*- i>,imi* iucii a new
He v. med against the dangers hase from which to commence any
oi pushing for the kehillah type negotiations or discussions seek-
unit) : the Kuropean ghetto. 'nS improvements in the internal
Those no urge it, he said, 'are organization or means of corn-
not too knowledgeable as to the nninication in today's and tomor
depth oi feeling against such an row's American Jewish (Jommun-
instrument and the real disunity ''>'"
that co Id be generated if an at- ,, v, ,.
tempt to create it was seriously J F'SH ** ^ w
undertaken. Such a campaign ;s,udy *'pposes1 mlghl cost be'
nHrfT Uvccn S50-000 and $100,000. and
"With a society hospitable to
differences, and a vigorous tra-
dition that has much to say to
the modern world, it would ap-
pear that Jewish religious and
communal leaders, social work-
ers and educators, lay and pro-
fessional, have both an oppor-
tunity and a responsibility
namely, to help the individual
Jew to find the personal enrich-
ment and sense of community
that Jewish identity can give."
Dr. Samuel Dinin, dean of the
' T^wh T'r!n s,udy he Pr t Lov- h camp,IIMI.twecn $50,000 and $100,000, and University of Judaism, Los Angc-
would Bet back the cause of coop-, d h fund be N challenged the social and com-
ber";.,T'Cment 3 ^ nUm" !*2S foundation or a groupi?1 *" t0 "^ **
thinking and reassess their pro-
ber of years."
He also warned against those
grams. He said: 'There is need
to shift the emphasis of Jewish
ot individuals.
Dr. John Slawson. executive vice i
2L2? "*'"*or VOl. president of the American Jewish communal endeaver from social
^a,l ,*.** ma v fr T'; C0mmittee' "h0 was onc of hej services and defense and leisure-
ganuM chaos or a license that principal speakers, said that "the time activities to Jewish education
pennitt Ollly ad hoc coopera-1 greatest opportunity for the devel-; and culture. It is difficult to see
tion. T,is viewpoint expresses an|()pment of Jewish self-regard exists how one can be meaningfully iden-
unwillingness to exercise the max- today in this country. Never in titled with the Jewish people with-
imum rights of voluntarism which'American history." hc stated, "has out an adequate Jewish education
is to nake the most of freedom the prevailing social framework af 'A quest for Jewish identification
to organize through cooperation forded as great an opportunity for!pursued in ignorance of Torah and
and t,..rmon.zation. After all. this development at today." He the Jewish tradition is a meaning-
Jewish organizations are not sov cited the election of President Ken- less quest
ereign -tate- Yet even these' nedy as consistent with the current
"------------- ------------------------------------ "Only seven percent of Jewish
children of school age are to be
found in secondary or higher Jew-
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youth receive at best a Sunday
School or elementary Hebrew
school education, their recollection
of Judaism is at an infantile level
It is during these formulative
years, when our youth attend high
school or college and are exposed
, to new ideas and challenges from
I science and philosophy, that they
should be in a Jewish school."
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Friday, June 7, 1983

r

Europe's
Left
By MAX LERNER
I*
Richard Tops Beach Council, Powell Next;
Newcomers Turchin and Galbut are Elected
Paris.
The deep convulsive social changes that have been sweeping the
vorld have scarcely left the Communist world unaffected. In Europe,
specially in Socialist and left-labor circles, there is a new burgeoning
lope that the Communists may be discarding their rigid stance and
:i..\ be ready for an "opening on the left" which will go much farther
nan Italy.
This hope has cropped up in France, in the form of a strong move-
nent inside the Socialist Tarty toward a Popular Front with the Com-
minists. Guy Mollet. the Socialist leader, has resisted these pres-
sures thus far. In the Socialist Party conference which has just end-
. lie has said that there can be no formal coalition with the Commun-
sts until they o accept again the kind of working "defensive alliance" with the C'oin-
nunists by which each party agrees not to contest the other's candi-
late if he has a good chance to win.

The Communists, of course, are ready and more than ready to
lold out the carrot to the Socialist-and-labor donkey everywhere in
Vestern Europe. Maurice Thorez, while he administered a spanking
0 the dissident student group within the partywhich was badly shak-
:. by Khrushchev's brutality toward Yevtushenkotries to keep the
'opular Front door open.
But it is in Italy that the boldest bid for the autonomy of the na-
ional Communist parties is being made. Buoyant with his victory in
he recent elections. Palmiro Togliattie has been openly critical ol the
-i.ilinoid campaign against writers and artists in the Soviet L'nion. In
in interview with K. S. Karol in the current New Statesman, he dresses
-elf up as an almost benign "new Communist" who is willing to
it that Italy under the Fanfani-.N'enni government actually under-
vent an "economic miracle," and who parades his Independence ol
tloscow on doctrinal and tactical matters,
If the non Communist left is not doltishly naive it will appraise
hese Italian ar. French Communist gestures for what they arename-
y. tactical moves to penetrate the labor and liberal camp and to
trengthen the internal forces in Europe which arc deeply antiAmeri-
an.
Togliatti's own past, as a Stalinist Stalwart for decades, should
Ins current liberal stances into prospective, And a New States
editorial Leaded The Decline of Communist Dogma." which says
hat "the Rus.-ians seem to be burning their books" and 'the
ecular Wars of Religion may be drawing to i close," makes you rub
: eyes in disbeliel when you recall that the dogmatic war between
he Russians and Chinese is at its peak.

What is happening in Europe is in part a consequence of this war
f dogma between Russia and China. The Chinese Communists, who
i been making remarkable headway among communist parties not
inly in Asia and Latin America but even in Europe, have shaken
Khrushchev's position as leader of world communism. It is clear that
lti internal hold on the Soviet party machinery is still secure. But
n order to fight against Mao Tse-tung he has had to woo other Com
nunist parties hard. Hence his courtship of Castro and his military
ad economic promises to him. Hence also a new measure of Com
nunist autonomy in Hungary and Poland.
If anyone believes thai the Soviet leaders have really discarded
dogma and ended the secular War< of Religion, let him think
bit about the Soviet wrecking operations against the United Nations.
And if anyone thinks thai Europe is in any meaningful way going leit.
.t him reflect that the only vital movements in Europe are those
1 de Gaulle's France with it. now technological energies, of Harold
Vilson's "economism" in England, which is neither left nor right,
I'd of Willy Brandt's German Social Democracy, which seeks to e-tab-
ish a better democratic welfare society than Adenauer and Erhard
nave been able to do.
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JEWISH MORALISTS
Charter V 11,
There an /,.,ir characters among f-
men; he who MVf. What it mm<
u mmc and what u thine ..v thfcic
- his w d neutral character (tome tay .
- this ,v a character l,l,e ,/ldt \,i
: Sodomy l,e who su>, Whu, |S m|iu.
is tlmtc and what it thmt is (trine
s is a boor, he who says. What it
mine is thin, and what is tin,,, is
thine, is a .vdi.it. he mho sav.v, What
. is thine is mine and what it mine
is mine. t a uic\ed man.
*
Chapter V IV.
Whenever hue depends up,.,,
in); away ,./ thdt cause, the love
J too passes away: hut 1/ 11 he not
I dependent upon such a cause, it
will not pass diuv forever. Which
'ova to* that which depended upon
j material cause' Such mat the love
0/ Amman dnd Tumor. And that
which depended upon no such
cause' Such wot the love 0/ David
and Jonathan.
*
('haptei V 20
Ere-> controversy that 11 in t/ie
name of Heaven shall in the end
lead to a permanent result, bid
ei try controversy that u not in tl
name of Heat en, shall not lead ;
1 perma ., nt m 1 Which 1 itro-
' "'' u iid. m
name of Heaven' Such u.i-
trovei 1/ Hillel a
Ann that u hi h u ...
lame .'I Heai Such icus the
controversy o\ K. ah and all hu
> OMJMMj .
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Act of Candle Lighting
Means Joy in Home
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Mlncha 8:80 p.m.
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fine.
BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Or. '
thodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottrran.
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
1 rlduy 8::Ui p.m. Saturday K:30 a.m.
Sermon: "(iradnation and Ma
<_/lnow Lfoiir
\-~rcncjrc-cfiitions
Temple Menorah
Temple Menorah, which recent-
ly celebrated its Bar Mitzvah An-
niversary, was organized In i!5i
under the name of North Shore
Jewish Center. When its first
modest building was built on 75th
St. and Dickens Ave neither 75th
nor Dickens Ave were yet paved.
<>t the 60 families who founded
the Temple. 35 participated in a
Bar Mitzvah Banquet, having,
maintained membership from tin
earliest days to the present.
From these modest beginnings,
Temple Menorah grew in stature
and in spirit to its present mem
bcrship of 550 affiliated families.
Maurice Revitz assumed the
presidency in 195!) He carried
through the building of the Tern
pie's Social Hall which was pro
jected under the presidency of
Mr. Max Krauss. present honor-
ary president. This year, under
the watchful guidance of energetic
leaders, the Temple has undertak-
en its final building phase, which
calls for remodeling of the entire
Sanctuary including the Chapel,
flues and classrooms to meet the
ever growing needs of its affiliate
members.
The remodelling, planned by
ell known architect. Morris Lap-'
'his, is being built by Abel Con
struction Company, and will be
"mplctcd in time for the High
Holy Days this year.
1
The spiritual and educational
life of the Temple is under the in-
spire^ direction of Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, who was called to
the pulpit of the Temple in 1951.
Cantor F.dward Klein officates at
all Festival and Sabbath services
and inspires the worshippers with
his tenor voice, augmented by the
choir under the direction of Eli
Samuels. Herzl Honor supervises
the Religion- School and the adult
education program. The Religious
School offers classes ranging from
the tiny tots in nursery school
through the young teenagers in
the Confirmation Classes. Dally
services are held in the chapel
morning and night under the di-
rection of Irving Salom.
The administrtaion of Temple
'Unities is in the very capable
"ands of dedicated lay leaders
ho direct the affairs of the Tern-
"e through its Board of Directors.
By RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
Temple Menorah
The reading of the Torah for
this week deals with the kindling
of the Menorah in the Sanctuary.
One of the main functions of the
priestly family to light the candles
at the appropriate times in the
Sanctuary, when the Menorah was
the focal point of attraction.
The Bible elsewhere described
j in minutest details the magnific-
! ence and beauty of this candelabra
and Jewish tradition ascribes a
position of prominence to the
t Menorah. The tragedy of the de-
struction of the Temple is epilo-
; mixed by the carrying of the
Menorah into captivity by the Ro-
mans.
The Menorah in the Sanctuary
oi old is the forerunner of the
candle lighting ceremony observed
in every home on the ev of the
Sabbath Festival Every home in
which the Sabbath candles are lit
is converted into a miniature sanctuary because candle lighting has a BETH kodesh "1101 sw 12th ave.
u''e!i'",H.'! IniT "p"""',' '""r, A. ,,u'menorah m ,h" snctulry was as^^sSr'w ^SLST
used not onij as a source of physical light but rather as a symbol of' RrTH oaOMAT, '
the spirit, ol sanctity and enlightment, so the lighting of the Friday' BoT{ho?oAxPHAEI
nighl candles and the festival candles must be a source tor spirituality' *
of the Jewish home. J
If I, BS a Rabbi, had the authority. I would legislate kindling the
saooal 1 and festival candles in the home as the minimal requisite for BETH torah. 164th st. and ne nth,
Jewish affiliation. In our generation when so much of Jewish law SkFTESfftJSSSt KKJ&
and tradition are completely neglected by the family, the need for the' ,.baum ,
revitalization of the Sabba.h becomes a paramount necessity. '' KKK-?":^yS!'*8Sb !&?&
rne simple act of the family gathering around the table the mother, K,,"l|,,|n- ""> "' Ml ""' Mrs, Oman-
lighting the candles with an appropriate blessing either in Hebrew or Newman;____ ____
GEMS OF WISDOM
Mtm ( freedom it his inner worth:
Ins guilt alone can rob him of it.
M. BEER.
*
The cause of Freedom and the
I cause <>J Peace are i>ound together.
----LEON BLUM.
*
T,' want to be free is to be free.
- UOLRNI
( *
The difference between liberty
ana liberties i< as seat as beti
God and gods bobrni

/ liavc set be/or you life and
drutfi. the blessing uiul the cwte:
therefore choose life.
nun 1 in 1 1
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en- that man'.> way n< I
10C I .1'
139 NW 3rd ave.
Ralph Krieger, secre-
tteps ..n he wal\s.
II III MIAH.
---- ----
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
| CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Rabbi
All is for seen, yet man is i
douxd with free u-ill. mciba

"1 en were horn, you live, and I
you u'i!l Jii' under compulsion.
Likewise icithout your consent, you I
are destined to render an account
before the King of Kings. abut.
.! ... i:
in English can have a most beautiful reaction. It will introduce i
materialistic life of ours, a note of spirituality which is so v.tai to ouri A^aa5hham01?raa.Vs,e,dOr,hOdO,<-
survival as Jews, and so vital for our spiritual well being. \Vc sin- DADE heights TewTsh mnghe
eerely believe that the value of the Sabbath candle lighting is of tre- gat.on.'^40? NwW&"dC.t?Con:
Whe,1,everT'lo''Ch1f'1, S^L^H"' !S nVCr !? ""* ">. IT^^^^^r *m"
When ever) Jewish family lights the candles on Sabbath eve or on the FVIdaj l: p.m. S*rmon: iv.s,,,,,- ,
festival eve. survival of Judaism and survival of Jewish values will'""" "" Rebellion." Saturday 8:aol! *-.*>". ..'. >' .".'. S:" "."'">'
be assured.
There is a beautiful legend which tell us that when angels pass
a home and see candles lit on Friday night, they dance in joyous mer-
riment saying -there is a home where joy resides." But "when the
angels pass a home where there are no Sabbath candles they mourn Friday :o p.m. Salurdai
I'ar Mltxvah: Paul, aon of Mr. and
.Mrs. Ueorge Uraen. Mlncha 8:30 p.m.
---- ----
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NV
22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi &
M. Machtei.
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TEMPLE EM*NU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvm;
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
a.m. S< '
a.m. Bermon: "Portion of the Week." Imo": "" JJelonged to All Men,"
Bar Mitsvah: Alan, s,,n of Mr. and |''",'""' '" ""'-. -!*>'. Bar Mltaval
Mr.-. Harry Hauamnn. | Robert, aon of Mrs Harrj i:. Coffe;
___. ___ tleonre, son of Mr. and Mi-. U. Rob*
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st Uordon.
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
and weep saying, "There is a home where sadness and strife exists.'
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is the blessing of the new
moon only performed during
the first half of the month?
First of all. during the second
half of the month the moon is al-
ready getting smaller and has
passed the phase when it could be
considered a new moon. Second-
ly, the first half of the month,
with the ever enlarging moon,
makes one thankful for progress
and filled with the emotion of
thanksgiving; while the latter
half, when the moon gets smaller,
fills one with fear and regret.,
The blessing of the new moon is
to be regarded as a happy oc-
casion.
ma 'I:

l
This [ cooperation with the Spiritual [
Leaders of the Greater Miami :
Rabbinical Aim.
RABBI MAX A. LirSCIIITZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Gems of Wisdom
MUiiw.i:;i..;r .i;';:.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
---- a
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 555 W. 49th St., Hia-
leah Reform.
---- ----
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd.
ern Traditional.
Mod-
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
FYldti> R:15 n.m. Herman: "When
Thau l.iBhU'Ml the l.uni>-." Cong .-
iMtiini uiul Sisterhood officers in
Why is it that the Pentateuch >' Inatalled.
Five Books of MosesThe Tor-
ah)is read in the course ot a
three-year cycle according to
the Palestinian custom while
it is read in the course of an
annnual cycle according to the
Babylonian custom which we
follow?
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantoi
Morris Berger.
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
----
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY.
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
I rlday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "The
r,,|'s Plea for Peace."
Most authorities consider this
variation due to the amount of
1 significance attached to the Ser- temple beth shirah. Suniiano
mon in which the portion was in-
terpreted and explained. They
claim that while in Babylonian
circles the stress was laid on the
text, in Palestinian circles it was
laid upon the exposition of inter-
pretation of the text as expressed
in the sermon.
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
I-1-i I. > 8:1!! p.m. Sermon: "Kindling
m Ww ijfhl in Seuth Miami." s.ii-
iirilnv 10:10 a.m. Member* of the
('lilMr.ii> Choir honored. Klddnah
hoata: Mrs. Norman Jacobs aad Mrs.
Abe I* leeman.
MAURICt RtVIJZ
... Temple Menorah president
Thus, in Palestine, where the de-
sire was to emphasize the sermon,] TEa
more time was needed for the ser-
mon and so the reading of the
Torah was shortened by stretch-
ing it over a three-year cycle,
while in Babylonia, where the text
was stressed, more time was de-
sired for the text and less for the
sermon, thus making for an an-
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Can-
tor Ernest Stelner.
B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
NE 167th St. Conservative Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Ben
Grossberg.
i"ii,i.i> v ::n p.m. Sermon: "Leeaona
that I.inuii' on." FiM-iim dlacuaalon
tn follow. Ones Hhatobat hoated by
Sisterhood. Saturday t a.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th If,
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Naro-.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo av,
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca
Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown.
Frldaj 8:1.1 a.m. Sermon: "Tl
Ploua Benefactor.*' Men'a Club <
fit-era to be Installed. Saturda
i in Bar Mitsvah: Michael \
Ian, son of Mr. and Mrs, Mas Deal
ter.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abrarr
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
---- ----
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. an;
Tatum Waterway. Modern Trad
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Snturday 8:45 a.m. Bar Mltrtal
Charles, son of Dr. and Mrs. Malvl
Slmi >nson.
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabl
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levir
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH M'.AM .
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rat
bi Daniel M. Lowy,
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 9E
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rsbt
Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Leme
Klein.
----
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora av-
Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Be-
Dickson.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th '.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax
man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon "doing
in the UghtB."
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Mian
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hsnry
Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "I-Y-avi .
luc Paces." Saturday a in. B<
ii i.n "Portion ,'f the w. ek." Bi
Mitsvah: Stanley, Bon >ii Mr.
Mrs. Floyd Krans.
---- ----
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixin
hwy. Conservative. Cantor Mau,
ice Neu.
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 St.
Orthodox. Habbi Sherwin Stauber
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday B a.n .
Sermon: "Bnterlnit a New i'ha.~
Bar Mltivnh: Kenneth, son "f M
and Mrs. Irving Babbitt, Mlach
G:3t' p.m.
m r:,: :; :i
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronnh
Cantor David Conviser.
Prlday 8:11 p.tn. Saturday i":i" s.m
Rn Mitsvah: Deborah Itnth, dauith-
r.ual reading cycle of the Torah.',,.,.,,, ,nd Ml>. ,.,,, ,.(Vill.
CAHDLEUGHTING TIME
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*Jalsti thrkiian
Friday, fcne 7, 196^
Browsing With Books: HILARY M1NPLIW
Judaism: The Neglected Potential for World Ills
THE ROOT AND THE BRANCH: Judaism and th* Fr.e
Society. By Robert Gordis. 254 pp. Chicago: Uni-
versity of Chicago Press, 5750 Ellis Av. S3.9S.
|. K. CHESTERTON, when asked what he thought of
^^ Christianity, reportedly said. "How can I say?" It's
never been tried.'' Albert Einstein once said. "I thank
God that I belong to a people which has been too weak
to do much harm in the world." Between these two
poles of admittedly oversimplified religious attitudes
the one that religion is impossible to relate to living,
the other than it relates only ineffectuallylies the stir-
ring world of Rabbi Robert Gordis.
Rabbi Gordis, spiritual leader of Temple Beth-El
of Rockaway Park. New York, and Seminary professor
of Bible at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America,
a past president of the Synagogue Council of America and
the Rabbinical Assembly of America, is also the author
of 'Judaism for the Modern Age" rnd "A Faith for Mod-
erns.'" It is his exceptionally well-taken thesis that the
teachings of Judaism have much lo offer toward a solu-
tion of the world's problems.
It has been out of fashion, he says, to be concerned
with the content of the Bible; the imphasis now in vogue
is the confrontation with the divine, rather than "the
subsrance of the divine conversation." But what matter-
ed supremely to Moses and all the prophets "is not how
they met God but what they learned from the meeting."
Further, the delicate balance between the sanctity of the
individual and the need for social justice on which the
future of democracy depends is central to the Judeo-
Christian tradition.
Rabbi Gordis proceeds then, citing liberally from chap-
leT and verse, to take the reader through a discussion of
what Judaism is. what its view is of religious liberty,
and. logically, what the basis is for Jewish-Christian co-
operation. "Ground Rules for A Christian-Jewish Dia-
logue." he calls that chapter, and it puts to rest the major
myths which loom between a decent understanding. It
is a short step then to church-state relations and prob-
lems of religion m a free society and in education.
But it is in the latter half of the book that the author
reaps the best fruit of the Judaistk tree. It is when he
says writing of race questions, that the religious tradition
can supply the right motive for the right action." It
is when he notes, speaking of politics and human nature,
that Judaism "regards it as fruitful to pass judgment, not
upon man's nature, but upon his actions." It is when
he explains that the Sermon on the Mount was pro-
nounced at a time which was believed to usher in the
end of history, and thus it is unworkable as a modern
ethic, while the Decalogue was proclaimed at the be-
ginning of history; that it was, in fact, the command-
ment "Thou shalt not kill" upon which the prosecution in
the Eichmann case ultimately had to rest its case. It is
when he sums up the doctrine of natural law. which in-
sists upon the existence of "a moral order thai takes
precedence over the accepted formula of following orders
. that undergird the provisions of positive law when
they are just and override them when they are not."
The discussion of nationalism and of religion and in-
ternational relations are particularly exciting. Brilliantly
organized and conceived, the book generates a light in
which the contribution which Judaism can make is seen
as actual rather than abstract, and as real rather than
ideal. It is required reading for the concern-'d con-
science.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Charles E. Merrill Trust Grant to Hillel
AS THE GRADUATION season
approaches, it is worthwhile
looking into the picture presented
now of Jewish students in Americar
colleges and universities. The I
Hillel Commission tells us thai
there is a minimum of 275.00
Jewish students this year in the|
American institutions of highei
learning. These figures are bas _
ed on information gathered from scnoois ai which
Hillel Foundations function as well as unaffiliated
schools. There are at least 235 schools at which
there is no Hillel affiliation and where there are
no less than 25 Jewish students enrolled. About
100 of these unaffiliated schools have informal Jew-
ish organizations.
The present number of Hillel Foundations.
Counsellorships and Chairs of Judaic Studies in the
United States is about 225. This year, something
new has been added in the Hillel activities. Hillel
has undertaken a national program geared specific-
ally to Jewish faculty members. And now it has
been awarded a $20,000 grant from the Charles E.
Merrill Trust for this work. The Merrill grant will
make it possible to strengthen local programs and
to conduct regional faculty seminars in major c ties
in the country.
There are several thousand Jewish profe- Ors
and lecturers in the American colleges and univer-
sities, and many of them are in need of stin- iU
lion on matters Jewish. As to the 275.000 enro led
Jewish BtU< ents. they constitute a little over 6 j
percent of the total number of students in this
country which is given as 4.200.000. The remark
able thing is that the Jewish percentage of total
enrollment has dropped from 7.5 percent in 55
to 6.5 percent this year while their number ha in-
creased from 200.000 in 1955 to 275.000.
The explanation is simple: the overall S
growth is moving at a faster pace than the Je isfa
enrollment. U. S. colleges nrollment in 1955 was
2.100.000just a half of what it is in the current
year. Best estimates are, that a minimum of two
out of every three Jewish students of college ige
are on the campus today. The national norm is
one out of three It is anticipated that in 97
the college population will be about nuce \iliat
it is today. Tins means that while the numbc ol
Jewish students will continue to increa.se. t ir
proportion will continue to decrease
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Right-Wingers in Attack on Jewish Quacks'
Washington
LN ASSAULT ON "Jewish
* quacks' in President Ken-
Inedy'S new mental health pro-
gram ha- emerged from the ex-
treme right-wing. The rightists
are now seeking to brand psy-
hiatry as subversh e
Attacks on ilif menial health
I movement are jeopardizing the
vaiiis made in public understanding in recent
years, according to a survey on anti-psychiatry acti-
vities throughout the country. The survey was
r by l)r Alfred Auerbacb for the American
Psychiatric Association. APA's concern over the
rising denunciations of menial health as athestic
ii--" "Communitsic" was continued by the associa-
tion's president. Dr. C. H. Hcrdin Branch.
The main targets have been the many psy-
chiatrists, psychologists, and mental health leaders
oi the Jewish faith. Note was taken of recent pop-
ularity of a play and film about the life of Dr. Sig-
mund Freud.
A recent Alaska Mental Health Act established
mental hospital facilities in Alaska. It was pre-
viously necessary to send Alaskan patients to Port-
land. Ore., for treatment. Right-wingers charged
that Christian anti-Communists were to be shipped
off to Alaska for brainwashing by "Jew psychia-
trists." They portrayed a sort of American Siberia.
Western and Southern states provided the most
fertile areas for this propagandaespecially South-
ern California and Arizona. APA reported that
many citizens have been forced by public pressures
to resign from mental health associations, Jewish
philanthropists condemned, and a dozen programs
disbanded because of community hysteria.
Senators have voiced concern about the new
upsurge of rightist extremism. While some spokes-
men of the John Birch Society and other ultra right
movement disclaim anti-Semitism. Sen. Thomas II.
Kuchel. California Republican, found it "hard to
believe that the followers of the fright peddlers
are all wholly oblivious to the anti-Semitism, anti-
CathoUcism, and outright racism of many of their
>u\ lours'."
Sen. Kuchel cited a letter typical of many he
has recently received His constituent said: "I am
a member ol the Birch Society and 1 know many
other members and every one of them are detent
Americans who are interested m constitutional gov-
t rnment ami free enterprise and a real education
for their childen, and who mean to have it in spite
of the grip that Jew Communism that you support
has on our country .
"On this law by superior force that is called
integration what do you think is going to be gained
by that? The Jewish press, radio, TV, and paper-
all scream the law of the land.' Who do you think
believes it? if you want integration, let's start
with the Jew schools, and synagogues."
Sen. Kuchel said this bigotry was typical of
about 200 letters of the "fright mail" category he
receives daily. He reached the alarmed conclusion
that "perhaps 10 percent of the 60.000 letters 1 re-
ceive each month" now reflect such extremism.
UN listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Jews in Sports
By HAROLD U. RIBAL0W
Changes in Sports
DENNY FRIEDMAN has resigned from Brandeis Uni-
* versify. This means that one of the greatest foot-
hall players of all time has shown his deep disappoint-
ment over Brandeis' dropping collegiate football. Benny,
an All America quarterback at the University of Michi-
gan in the mid-1920's, was athletic director at Brandeis
since 1949, with i sabbatical beginning in September 1962.
Maurice Podoloff, who Is 73. finally is quitting as
head of the National Basketball Association, giving way
to J. Walter Kennedy, Mayor of Stamford, Conn. Podo-
loff presided over the NBA since it was organized in
1946.
Allie Sherman, coach of the football New York
Giants, is 40 years old. But he's not bowing out by any
means. Recently, he received a new five-year contract.
It is the longest in the history of the Giants, and Allie
has earned it. His two years as head man has resulted
in 22 victories, only five defeats and one tie. In that
short period of time, the Giants have won two Eastern
Division titles and Allie has been named Coach of the
Year twice.
Art Heyman. the brilliant Duke basketball star, was
the first draft choice of the New York Knicks. and now,
lor the first time in quite a while, there will be a Jew
i-h star i we think) playing in New York for the pro club.
Since the mid 1930, Mikhail Botvinnik. the Russian-
Jewish chessmaster, ha- been one of the very greatest
of chess players. He won the woold'i chess crown.
losl it to Smyslow and regained it. lost it to Mikhail Tal,
and took it back, now has lost it to Tigran Petrosian
Petrosian is in his early thirties, while Botvinnik is
in his fifties. It was a long match of 24 games, but the
championship was decided in the 22nd game. By the end,
Botvinnik won only twice and Petrosian five times. |-if
teen ot the games were drawn and Petrosian had scored
12 1-2 points, enough to clinch the title
Chaos in Middle East
United Natii
THE SOVIET UNION has dec
' "'it war against the United
t i- out to break the U.N fir
ivolved, ani hi : i | base; of
N work, are the United N '
mergem and ihi I
linen ision < I %-
io j ot troi :
he Gaza Strip I rd< r th I
at Sharm el-Sheikh, on the Gull ol Akaba L'NTJ
the U.N. machincrj which supervises the armi-ti
between Israel "ii the one hand and, on the
lour Arab countries Egypt, Jordan, Syria and
Adding UNTSO to its hate-list is som< rail
ti! now, the USSR has refused to paj for UNEI
the I'.N. force in the Congo Now the new CSS
tentative here, Niwolai r Fedorenko, ha- put t rso on
the same looting. UNEW and the Congo forci in
nanced through ipecial assessments, I NTSO I
out of the regular budget. So the Soviet Unioi
cided it will now differentiate between regula
and assessments; it will go one step further |( l'llli
out items on the regular budget which it disl '
will refuse to pay for.
All friends ot Israelwhich means all fl ':ii'
democracy and world orderare alarmed bj the '' 1
turn of events. Our general press (and radio 1 ) is w
busy with space Mights, Birmingham and other i P<
developments that it has underplayed an issue that is
basic to all elseworld peace through the United Jations
And these latest maneuvers by the Soviet Union could
spell, for the U.N., strangulation by bankruptcy
UNEF costs about $20,000,000 a year. The USSH
-besides its satellitesowes more than $14.01 000
the UNEW account. Egypt owes over $284.00
so on down the line of the Soviet and Arab countrie
UNEF account, Jordan owes $34,000, Syria $32 K>0,
Saudi Arabia on the list of UNEW arrearages fo a '
of $550,000. Israel is fully paid up-
True, there is another angle to this tan{
from the vicious aims of the Soviet Union and its
allies, some Western countries also refuse to >a
the Congo force.
The fad is, however, that if the Soviet Union
Arab allie- would pay up-ihe IX COUld gel Out Ol
U Iher, the Soviet Union itself owes a tot
Sc!0.482,G17 more than Do percent ot the entire March II
deficit.
This 1- one lime when the aim of the enemj I
solely Israelbut the world. Israel is only "incidenta.
lo Moscow's plans in regard to the United Nations. Th
Kremlin has proved long ago that it doesn't care a ti|
whether Israel continues to exist. It would just as soon
have UNEF and UNTSO dissolvedand let chaos reig
in the Middle East.


-.Nf Friday, June 7, 1963
*"Jewi*fi fltnririifi/n
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 11-A
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 63C 6007 .,
ftnforr! *
VS.
loltKST v.vi. OERKTXER and
I .EON A MAY UER8TXER, In- wife
I "It.llllallts.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
I'i: I.K.O.'s A MAY OKKSTNKi:
Jackson Center, i inlo
TOU AUK HERERY NOTIFIED thai
h Complaint for Foreclosure of Mort-
gage Iw.s Im-.m fn. ,i ugntnst v.,u | ,n.
I"l.-i intirr in the above styled Court
ltd caw for the purpose ..f r,,r,..
cli sing the mortgage nn the following
described propert) lituate nnd being
in lH.de Coun.y. Florida, to-wlt:
l.'.ts 7, v, t mi.| m i Khirh 7 of
PARKERS CHESTER TERRACK
according to the. Plat thereof, re-
corded In I "hit Book !> hi Page 7:' ..f
the Public Records of Dade County
Florida; together with the furniture
and furnishings contained th. n In
an.I addtdona thereto and replace-
ment* thereof: being further de-
scribed as 4380 N.W. i"ili Street,
Miami. I- I'll Ida
Yon are herebj required t" serve ..
copy of your answer or pleading on
Plaintiffs attorney, AINSLBE R
F*ERDIE, ESQ., Suite 802-4, 2313 B.W
I...I.UH.- Road, ("oral Gables 34, Flor-
ida, and fii.- the original answer td-adinic in the office of the Clerk said Court "ii ->r before the mill da\
..f .Inly, I!";::. If you fall to .In so, a
Confesao will be entered
> -.....-.-.. ..ii, ,. i :..i in
against jrou the relief ?-..n)it in the
Complaint for Foreclosure of Mort-
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
aid Court al Miami, Dade Count)
Klorlda, this 3rd daj ..f June, l!>63.
E. U. LEATHERMAN
Clerk "i < 'Ircult 'ourt
tsi al) By: N. A. HEWETT.
Depilt) Clerk
A1NBLEE R EERUIE, ESQ
Attorney for Plaintiff
Suit.- 302-4, .'::i". s W. LeJeune ltd.
. 'oi al Oables 34, Klorlda
; 7-1 I-21-2S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 5-8213-B
\ RE Rotate of
MORRIS HELDM VN
I ><. a- .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All i "redltoi s and vn Hat
i ; i in.. oi I 'in,., nds Vgati Said
te:
You an herebj not ed and ri
.I I., present an) claims and di
nds which ou ma) hai aii
tati ol Ml IRRIS HEI
. .,-. .1 lali of i iade Counl i- rl

\ and I le hi -am. Ill luplll .i
o V id ed 11 *
In thrll : 1 ll ill thl Conn-
> ', urthouse in i iade < '..11111%. 1
uithln Ix
. mi id he first pul hen
,r in.' sa me will he ''': ed
VI nl,
\
l.l il IS Ol II.I 'MAN
\- 1 :\.. itor
VARON M K \NNEil
Vtl'.rm \ foi I ...ui- 11. Idma 1
.'15 Sis in IO Tl list Bldg.
Miami ... 1 V nl.i
I-21-2S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 51888 C
i\ RE: Eat it. <
irma .;i:ay SKIl'.c.KT
il.. MS) I.
NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL D.SCHARGE
NOTICE 1- hereb) given that wt
h..\i filed our Final Report and I*. tl-
ill for frtsti lb 11 !on Bin Filial l's-
.- ...-,\. .-ill"' of Ihe
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it on the -".I da) of .lul; 1 "
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idi 1 'oui ly, Florl l.. fi pproval
1 .:.i I- in il it......11 and for 1IK1
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Mi. state of tii. .1.....
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RST NATIONAL HANK "I
MIAMI MIAMI. II. \ and
RAYMONIl 11, S \THAN.
.,,., -... utori
' \ itlonal I :,.nk ..f Miami
.\. cutor
u) ne Blvd., South
vi mil, Florida
.; 1 1 I
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
"The President and Vice President of our
Shul don't see eye-to-eye."
Copr. IMJ, Dovnu ProdiKtlMi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKi:i:i:vj^lVKN thai
the undersigned, deslrtejK [o ngage In
business under the fi.-iitimi- name of
Sheriyn Publishing Co. in..1 Inc.) al
193 s.l-:. hi ct.. Hlaleah, 1 la.. Intends
I., reglstei said name with the Clerk
of the 1 !ln nit 1 'ourt ol Had.- Courtis,
Florida,
HENRY STONE
8 7-! 1-21 -2S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 59503-B
IN RE: Estate .>f
lli:i.ION It. HIGGINBOTHAM
1 I.e.used.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Ymi are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mand! which you may have against
the .stair ..f HELEN R. HIGOIN-
BOTHAM deceased late of Dado Coun-
ty, Florida, to the County Judges of
Had.' County, and file the same In
duplicate and as provided in Section
733.lt, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
win be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 22nd
day ol" .May, A.D. 1963
DOUGLAS Hi >Kl\\l VN
As Executor
HARRY ZUKERXICK
Attorney foi Executor
iZU Lincoln Rd., .Miami Peach Fla.
5 34-31, t 7 I I
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
htislncsM under the fictitious name "i
CHAPPY'S i.i'Ni'ii i:hn I'.rj'i: .\-
.iriCF: lAJ ..1 1 IBS Collins Ave., Ml-
"ni Re nil. I-1.1 Int. nd i" registi r
-aid name with the Clerk ..f the Clr-
. ; '1 t 01 1 >.ii. .'. iv, Florida*
;l \I'YS UORIN
1:1 111 \\.\ r \/.\nski
tlwni
.1 \Y I1CRTON KKYS
Attot ne) foi l n. -
__________________'i 7-1 l-L'l--v
NITICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF:nY GIVEN that
1 :. Ing i" fir-. 1-
; 1 ..1
: I'I IS '.'I AI.ITY K0SHF:R MEAT
.>; Pi .1 I.TRY al I3il Washington
'vi Miami Reach, Florida, Intend
:d name with the Clerk
1 1 1 iade Coun-
ty, Flo ;
1:1.1 F'KDER
lli:i. i'N I -Kl.KR
Owi
3 17. 24, 31, : 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. >TICF: IS IIKKII'.Y 'll\ I N th It
* 1 In
- 1 1! thi fI 111 lott ......'
INSTANT Al'i'i' INSCRnRf
; \'. ;th Street, \i am 1 h
.... 1. with t he
: the I '11. 'in Court
1 Id
-si i.n .i. vsst" 'i vri:s 1 \i v
iji-->
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I'll!'.- IS HERFW :IV 1 S Hint
i, 1 ., : 1 1 1 Iring 1
-- nidi 1 li, fjclli 1 1 'ai. .a
l.l.i T vil's 1:. >NI UNO ft) 17:'7
N XV. 7th Htrei I, Mi tint, I B
. 1 ter -111 1 name w Ith the 1 'lerk
le 1 'ir, ni: i 'oui 1 "i I "adi 1 'ount) .
XKK1SSON A ASSOCIATES, INC.
n ;-! 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No <)3C 5354
PIIYI.l is NEWMAN,
li :
KEITH i: NEWMAN,
I'. 1. ndanti
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I. KEITH K NEWMAN
I' iv Box 121
si. in'. 11. 1 'allfornls
You are hereb) notlfli d thai a 1)111
..r Complain! for Divorce ha
filed .iu.1:11-1 you, and \"ii are re-
I i.....rve a copy of \..nr Answer
..! Pleading t" the Hill ol I 'omplal'it
.11 ili. plaintiff's ail'ii" y, tli orge A.
,. hi j, H, _: Ai agon xven le, Coral
I'i and III.- Mi.....'Iglnal An-
swer or Pleading in <'" offli e if the
. 1. rk of Mi- 1' nil Com "" "' '""
I..... the i 'Mi day 1 t June, l3. if you
fail ti >, 1 l-ii' nl b> default ill
Iit. taken 11 l>e relief de-
1 till of Complaint.
ThiH aoi I. 1 sliull I" published once
a, h i" k '"i four coi wei ks
in THE JEWISH I l.-'i:H'l VN.
i.nN'i: \np id:i'i:!;i.ii at Miami,
It da) of May, A.D.
' 1:. D LEATHERM VN, Cli rk,
li 1 .in i,i' 1 1 norlda
II, K M I.Y.MAX.
1., put) 'lerk
MKORCK \ U BRIK.N
:::: Ai nue
Ci nil tlabli 1 i" Ida
Vttorni foi I'lalntlfl .....j --14
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59266A
In RE: Estate ..i
HERBERT .1 W Mil.
I lecensed,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi
11 i\ Ing Claims or 1 '.man.is Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified ami requir-
ed i" present an) claims and demands
which you may havi iigainsl the estate
of HERBKRT .1. WAIH. deceased late
of I'.id, County, Florida, ;.> the Coun-
ty Judgex of !.,'.!. County, and file
Mi. ann ..... and as provided
In Section :' '. 1 lot i..., Stal iti In
County t 'ourthouse
i" Dade County, Klorlda, within six
- from the time of
the flrsl publication hereof, or the
In larred.
l'aif.l at Miami, Florida, title 16th
day of May, A "
JOHN A. WAIH,
Vdmlnlsti ntor
"HERFW VNIi MOl.l 'UN
Vttorni y for Adml tor
. ini'i.i Building Miami, I-'i.i.
.'. 24-31, II 7-11
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF:RERY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to el
.11 business under the fictitious
of I'I.ASH I'I'I'.l.ll'A'I'liiNS nl
N.W 76th St., Miami 17. Florida
:< 'I- :' register -aid name with
1 'li rk ..1' the 1 'Ircult Court of 1
Count) I'I.'i Ida.
JERROLI) J. IHii'ill-'Kl.sKX'
1 side iiwiiii'l
:.. 17-24-31
that
anif
2467
in-
the
Ud.
, 1.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS Naiyi^ LAW
VOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
iderslgued, desiring i" engage In
- under the flctltloue name of
-1 VNT .MT11.XH il'.II.K LIABILITY
INSI RANCE at I7 N.W. 7lh Sir. -1.
Xl "ni. l-'i.,., int. nds to register said
'" wiih the ci.ik of in.- Circuit
'i "i Had. County, Florida
VDKIS8ON A ASSOCIATES, INC
6.7-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hf:rkbt given thai
id. i-M-i.i 1. desli ng i" ngage In
1 Ini s- nnd.- the flctltln n..ni, of
.....1 MEDIC VI. CLINIC
ISSrd St 1 pet, M ami, '
nd to registi r sa Id name I'I'
Cli ik .if id. .'ii.iiii Court of
1' iunt). i'i.'i Ida
11 I.Ks 11 vKi. VNDER, H.O
Ml ill: \ V /i'l'Ki'k. D.O.
'. I'Hii |p m \i.si-i:is
" ) for Julfs Ntklitnder
/.
8/7-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C5276
WII.I.i v VI v SCHRE1NER, JR.,
Plan
DOROTHY it V VN SCHREINER,
I '. fi 11 laid.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti 1 1 loroths 1 'nn ni Schrelner
11 Mt. V'ernon PI...... Apt. '.'-J
Newark, New Ji rsey
You IHiroih) Duncan Schrelner. an
hereby notified that a Bll of Com-
.,,.,,, for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a > "i1* ol yout Vnswer or 1 lead-
ing to the Bill of Complaiftt on the
lainiiffs Attorney, Hllery F". Silver-
R,n M-112 Htacayne Bulldlnf, Miami
U, Florida, and file th.....1~"'-'1 A ;
-v......, Pleading In 11.....ttk* < "'
Clerk of the Circuit touri M Be-
fore the i^t'i da> "i June, I!..... "
!ou 11.11 i" 'I" *o, judgment will be
aken agalnl you I ;' la-
ma! ded in thi Bll ol Complaint.
!., re -1. "":"
,.,,1, week for four 'n*fc'"'v weel"
In THE JKWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
ln|TSK ANI' itRDEREH al Mlam .
ilx 14th da) "i May. A.D.
'" R R LEATHERMAN, Cli
Circuit O ity. Florida
Ry: K M 1 > MAN,
Deput.i Clerk
HILERY P SILVKR.M VN
M-112 Blw ':'"1"
Miami .
Attorne) for Plalntlfl ,. .,( .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 59044-A
IN RE: Rstati of
C.rsSIK MARGIN B h R
'IISSII-: I-'INKKLSTKIX a.k.'a
. :i ssi K .;. 'I.i.inmkr
I', ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Clnlma or Demands Against said
1
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to preselil any claims and demands
which yott may have against the es-
tate "i lil'SSlK MARCIN a/k a GI'S-
1 INKELSTEIN a. k a Ml'sslK
tltiLLINGER deceased late "i Dade
Cniniv, 1 loridn, i" the Count) Judges
: ,.| 1 mil, Count). and file the same In
duplicate ..nl as provided In Section
... hlorida Statutes, In their of-
fices* In the County Courthouse In
1 ia.l. '..niity. Florida, within six cal-
inuhs from the t|me of the
111 -1 ].ni.iii.i:Ion in 1 eof, or the same
-
hated ai Miami, Florida, title 13th
May, VI' l63.
.- i;i:i:.\ VRM GOLLINGER
1 'A VII' Ol ILLINGER
v.- E > cutoi s
HTM AN P. GALUL'T
'tto 1 HI.us
St., Miami Beach, Mn.
:. 17. 24, St. '". 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59500-B
In RE: Estate of
BARRY D. 1 INBERG
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T,i All Creditors and All Persons
Having I'laims ..I Demand! Agalnsl
Sa d Kstate: ....
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present an) claims nnd demands
which Mm may have against the
estate of HARRY D. PFNBERG, de-
ceased late "i Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judgi of Dadi Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided In Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their office* In
the Count) Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ts Florida, wiihin six calendar
months from 'lie time of th< flrsl
. eof, or the same will
be ''d. ,
Hat. i ai Miami. Florida, this tn
day >'i May, A.D. W63.
DORA H. IGNRERG
EDNA R F1NBERG
:,- c i'\' < itrlcee
publication of miis notice on
the 17th da) of May, 1863 ......
\K,.N..\ IT/.. SILVER .v si HER
ttorneys foi Co i:\. cutI'lces
ding
v "; I 32. 1 lorlda .
, 5/17, 24, 31, 6-.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS Hi:i!i:i:Y GIVEN 'bat
the undersigned, desiring i" engagi
In business under the fictitious name
..I VICTOR'S DECORAT1XO SER-
VICE AND SAVE-ON DRAPERIES,
at B18 NVV B2nd St., Miami, intend
t" register -aid name uiMi the Clerk
..f the Circuit Court of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida.
F'LOMING ENTERPRISER, INC.
B) V'li'Ti IR 11 I'I.. i.vnxi;
s. li n ner
LEON A. EPSTEIN, ESQ.
Attorney for 1 iwner
:. 31. '. 7-1 i-'.'i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 5652
BENJAMIN 15. HEN I d.KY.
Plaintiff,
\ s,
THELMA IM TH IIEXDLEY,
I lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti' THFXM v in tii iii:ni h i:v
Bi 1 troll n
Rl> -T.-i.i. i .nneci i m
You, THELMA Rl" 1 II HENDLEY,
are hereb) notified thai a BUI ..f
L'omplalnt for Dtvorci has been filed
sgnlnsl j "ii. and you iln >i In
serve .. copy "t" your Answer or
i' adinu i" the Bill of Cniiiii'.n '11 on
I the Plalntlfl .- attoi n. 1 ST" 'LAR ,\
1 MCCHN1CK. 22" 71sl Stre I, Miami
Reach 11, Klorlda, and file the 01 Igl-
nal An-" r or P'.i adliiR n the ofl
of the Cli rk of the 1 'ircult 1 "ourt on
or before the 3rd day of July, 1963.
I If you fall to do so, Judgment by de-
le, idi ill I" taken iigainsl > n 1 for
, the r. li. f demandi d In the Bill of
i i '"inid.i Int.
This notice shall 1.. published onci
leach week for four consecutive week*
! in THE JEWISH I LKRID1AN.
IH>NK AND ORl'EREH nl Miami.
Florida, this 23rd !;<>. of May, A.D.
1963.
E. D. LEATHERMAN,
1 'lerk of the 1 'Ircult Court
1 iade County, I'I.....la
tseal) II) : K. \l LYMAX,
I leput) 1
:. 31, : T-l I--1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NITICE IS HKItKr.Y OIVEN that
i)^<- undersigned, desiring to engage In
bus 11. s under the flctltloue name of
I.MCi PRODUCTS 'P SMITH
ll.iiKII'V al ;'"' N.E. 1st Place, Mi-
ami. Klorlda int.-nds to register said
name with the Clerk of iim Circuit
Com 1 "i 1 iade County, 1- mi Ida.
II. LOTTERMAN
OF30RGE GILBERT
Ati"in.) for Km. Pro lucte
.I" South Florida
One I.in.-.'In Road Bldg.
Miami Bench 39, Florida
'. II, fi 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59432-C
in RE: Estate of
MAURICE OOLDBOSS
I lecensed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All Peri
Having Claims or Demanda Aga.n.-
sai.i Batate:
You are hereby notified and requli
ed i" present an) claims and demand
which you may have against th
estate ol MAURICE OOLDBOSS, de-
ceased late of I'ade County, Plorldi
to the County Judges of Had. Coun-
ty, and file the same in dUpllcal
and as provided in Sf.-tinn 733.1'
F'lorida Statutes, in their offlCM
th.- County Courthouse iii Ha.ie Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendn
months from the time of the fht
puhllration hereof, or the same "1
1.. barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this St
day of May. A.D. 196S.
/s/ CHARLES OOLDBOSS
As Executor
First publication of this nolle.'
the 17th day of May. IMS.
THEODORE R. NELSON
Attorney for Ejtecutor
4"7 Lincoln Road
Miami Bench, Florida
5 17. 24, 31, 6-7
notice under
fictitious name law
noticf: is herf:by given i
the undersigned, desiring to engage r
-s muter th 1:.' i;lous name
I' VLMETTi PI VZA al 801 N W
Street, Miami. I lorlda intends t" ree>-
Isti r .in name ii h the i "lerk of th
Circuit Court of Dadi County, Plo
PALMETTO CORP a l-'la C
B)\ R. i'. i.. v. ii. President
II VKKY ll. TEITEl MAN
Vttoi ne) for I 'a Imetlo < ?orp,
1318 N.vv. Till Street
Miami. Florida
r. 17.
NOT'CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS hf:reby OIVEN '
the underslgni d, di *li Ing to 1 "-::'
business under the fictitious nan.
' IREATEI1 I I 'i: I' M NT'Y 1 "RE1 >l
BUREAU at W40 N.E. 2nd Ave., Ml
ami ::s. Florida int. nds r<
said mini, with the Clerk of the 'ii-
.mt Court "I I lade 1 "ounty, Florida.
MIAMI Ci IMMKRCIAL Al .ENCY,
1 Ni'.. soli owner
6 24-81, fi 7-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the
the undersigned, desiring i" ens
in business under the fictitious mini
of CAMPUS QUEEN at 1288 S. Dlxl
Highway, Intends to register sal
name with Mn Clerk of the Circu
Court of Hadi- County, Florida.
i:i:i:tiiA RODRIGUEZ
Sole owner
:. :'.l, 6/7-11-^'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Mia
the undersigned desiring t< engage i
business under the fictitious nain.- o
'1 IPY SERVICE >!' MIAMI hi-: v.l
,-u il'ii 1..in- 'n Road, Miami Bead
intends t" register said name
the Clerk of the Cin lilt Court of Dad
County, llinid.-i.
1RWIN BLOCK
: 24-31, 7-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the llctltlons name
of STATE INVESTIGATION BU-
REAU 't 6120 NVV 7th Avenue,
Miami, l-'la.. intends I" register said
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of 1 lad.- County, Klorlda,
KURXI I'URE SUPERM VRKET INC.
Ol MIAMI
11) Paul Kats, I'i wident
M 1 : man, Kaplan .\ 1 'ataman
1130 s.VV. i-t Street, M ami
24, SI, fi 7. II
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 59442-A
in Re: kst.v ri-: OF
SAMUEL NUSSBAUM
I.....is, .1
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Vgalnst Said
Estate:
You ami a. ii "( > >! ar-- hereby
notified -in.1 required to present any
claims ami demands which you, or
either <-f you, hum have Against the
.-state of SAMUEL NUSBBAUM de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges ol
Dade County, and file the same in
their offices In thi Count) Courthouse
in Had.- County, Klorlda, within six
calendar months from Ihe date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
.1......i the claimant and to lie sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, 1 Bame
w m he bai > ed.
I>.....1 Ma) -'1st. V.l>. 1963. .
HELEN s. NUSSBAUM
v Administratrix of the Ei tnte ol
- \ viii-'i. NUSSBAUM Deceased.
BEN ESSEN, Esq
Attorn. foi Vdi I is
imi s. yoold Bldg Miami 32, Fin.
. 24-31, :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nu'l'li'i: is HEREBY GIVEN tha
the undersigned, desiring t" engag
In business under Iln- fictitious nain
Df HARPER-JAY C(i.. Mini lnc.1 a
i"i Savons Avenue, Coral Gable*
Klorlda, Intends to register said nam
with the Clerk of the Circuit Coui
ni Hade County, Florida.
M. SCHIFF
OEOROE, AMES .v- R1TTER
1 ISO S W. I ll -t Stl 1 ft
Miami 36, Florida
R) MERVYN L, VMl'S
Attorneys for Applicant
i ,7. 24. 31, 'I :
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE D SSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY
THE AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PR!
-i:\TS SHALL POME, GREETINGS
Whereas, THEODORE HERMAN
CORAL OAHLF'S, PIjORIDA; MA."
OUTMANN, MIAMI BEACH, FLOR-
IDA; KURT F'RANK, MIAMI. FLOR-
IDA did on the 30th day "t May, .v.l
1959, cause i" be Incorporated undd
the laws of the state of Florid
DAIRY CENTER, INC. a corporatios
with its principal place of business a
Okeechobee, Okeechobejo County, ii
the State "f Florida, And whereaj
such corporation did on the 28th da
of May, vi'. 1968, cause to He film
in the office !' the Secretary "f Statu
of the State "f Florida, the documen-
tary authority required undei Section
608.27, Florida Statutes, showing thi
dissolution of such corporation.
Now. therefore, the Be< retary -
State dot hi ebj eel tlf) t" the fore-
going and that I isfled that thi
ir.-in.-in s of t ii. 1.1 w have b< 1
enmplied With
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hav
hereunto sel m) hand and havt
afflxi .1 in in nl Si al "i the Stati
of FT 1 Ida, n Tallahassee, the
tat, this thi i" VV I-: N T Y -
I',Ml ril -I M VY, A D
i'i i.M ADAMS,
Secret
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Page 12-A
?Jenisfi rkridrifr>
Friday. June 7. 1563
On The Passing Of Louis Lipsky
Continued from Page 4 A
golden age of American Zionism
closes with Louis Lipsky. the last
of a select and dedicated band,
which in a large measure created
Medinat Israel. Actually he be-
longed to the leadership of a by-
gone day. His colleagues in the
U.S.A. were Chaim Weizmann and
Louis Brandeis, Stephen Wise and
Henrietta Szold, Julian Mack and
Felix Frankfurter, Chaim Green-
berg. Emanuel Newman and Mor-
ris Rothenberg. Abba Hillel Sil-
ver. Nahum Goldman and David
Ben-Gurion belong to a later
category. As a young man. Lip-
sky's associates in Europe were
Nahum Sokalow, Max Nordau.
Schmaryahu Levin, BiaJik, Us-
shiskin and Motzkin. Lipsky held
his own with the most scintillat-
ing of each remarkable group, on
both sides of the Atlantic.
The career of Louis Lipsky has
no parallel ir. American Jewish
life. He stands unique as the
first layman who chose a purely
Zionist vocation and achieved
eminence without the aid of
wealth, title, office, degree, or
profession. Before him, no one
excepting rabbis could attain
prominence in Jewish life with-
out first becoming distinguished
ir the Gentile world.
Friends often deplored his aban-
doning a literary career for
Zionism. They felt that he would
have left an impress upon Amen-'
can letters. In early years he
had written plays, short stories,
polemics, and was drama critic
for a leading New York daily. His
Gallery of Zionist Profiles. pub-
Ji.vhed in 1956, and Tales of the
Yiddish Riulto. printed in 1962,
both written in his old age. attest
to his gilts as a writer of exquis-
ite, chiseled prose.
Furthermore, his judgment of
dramatic values, insight into poli-
tical maneuvering, understanding
of international affairs, leeling
lor social movements and capac-
ity for analysis might have devel-
oped in him a columnist, commen-
tator, or journalist of high dimen-
sions.
He appears to have had that
indefinable intuition and dis-
crimination that is indespensable
for creative criticism.
The First World War threatened
to disrupt the Zionist movement
w ith its center in Europe now di-
vided into hostile camps. At this
critical moment Louis D. Brandeis
stepped into the breach. When
Brandeis visited Palestine in 1920
he stressed the fight against mal-
aria as the most pressing prob-
lem. He had little patience with
cultural and spiritual activities in
a land where people lacked the
barest necessities. The European
Zionists, on the other hand, led by
Weizmann. stressed the social and
cultural needs. Chaim Weizmann's
American contingent consisted
erly 0f the East European for Training as Specialist
jpsky.
Airman Robert L. Bloomberg,
HARRY SimONHOFF
.. Miami eulogist
the ZOA he turned to the plain
people and forged the organiza-
tion into a more democratic, mass
movement. Many people believed
that Lipsky saved Zionism in the
USA during this crisis.
The ideological impact of
Presidents' Council
Installs Rubin
New president of the Miami
Beach Presidents' Council is Sim-
on E. Ruhin who accepted the
gavel from outgoing president.
Leonard A. "Doc" Baker at a
luncheon Monday in the Delano
Hotel. Baker was presentei with
a plaque for distinguished ser-
vice."
Dr. Irving Lehrman conducted
the installation ceremony and
other offii-er> installed were Ted
Cohen. Martin Smith, vice presi-
dents; Ray Redman, secretary
treasurer: Ben Giller. Arthur
Leibowitz. Sidney Rubinowitz. Her
bert Stein, Dave Wasserman, di-
rectors.
Guest speaker, Jack Kasscwiiz.
chief editorial writer of The Mi-
ami News, introduced by Hank
Meyer, spoke on "What Challenges!
Face Us."
Award for the outstanding or
ganization was presented to the:
Miami Beach Optimist Club, ac-1
cepted by Mel Richard, and Sidney '
Rubinowitz, president, Miami
Beach Apartment House Assn.,
was given the award as outstand
ing president.
Founded in 1945, the 200 mem-
bera of the Presidents' Council are
cither past presidents or represen-
tatives of about 40 Miami Beach
service organizations.
Louis Lipsky on American Zion-
ism has been great. He was
the theoretician of the ZOA for
about two decades. He held that
the issues of the Brandeis-Wiez-
mann conflict transcended the
controversy over the relative
merits of Keren Hayesod. To
Lipsky, Zionism meant unifying
the Jewish people for political
action.
A group of splinter corporations,
financed by private enterprise
might have a place in the economy
of Palestine. But the building of
the Jewish state could only be ac-1
complished by a central agency, I
which at the time seemed to be j
the Keren Hayesod.
If Louis Lipsky's defection was
a loss to American letters, as j
some think, Zionism certainly 1
profited. A complex personality,
his contribution was highly indi-1
vidualistic. His approach was;
neither religious, nor scholarly,;
nor economic. In his youth he
leaned toward Socialism. Yet at:
no time was he identified with'
Poalei Zion or the Verband. He
preferred the bourgeois Zionists to
the Laborite Zionists. An indivi-l
dualist himself, he nevertheless
stressed the importance of organi-1
zation and demanded strict Zion-
ist discipline. A most important '
contribution was his appeal to in-
tellectuals. He brought into the
ZOA such writers and theoretic-
ians as Abraham Coralnik. Sam-
uel Melamed. Israel Goldberg
i Rufus Learsi). Maurice Samuel
and Ludwig Lewisohn. Their im-
pact upon Jewish thinking was
powerful.
Lipsky's intense involvement
with Zionism never flagged Thus
in 1943. he helped organize the
American Jewish Conference. Un-
der his direction American Jewry,
through its elected representa-
tives, voted almost unanimously
lor a Jewish Commonwealth in
Palestine.
In 1954 Lipsky received the
Stephen Wise Award. His place in
Jewish history is well summed up
ir. the citation of the Award Com-
mittee:
"For more rlia>i 50 years, Loin* Lip-
i\) wisdom, wit. and powtrs of in-
cisifi exposition hut e been dedicated
to the cause of lewish peoplehood ami
the Zionist movement. He had given
i lifetime rebuilding of Zion and he has heen
mentor and iiMpirgfioii to certerdtioni
of American Zionists."
Robert Macht, president of
Jordan Marsh of Florida, will
be responsible for coordin-
ating Uniled Fund's payroll
deduction plan in schools,
government and transporta-
tion divisions, it was announ-
ced by Gen. G. A. Evans,
1963 fall campaign chairman.
Associated with United Fund
for several years. Macht is a
member of the Economic So-
ciety of South Florida, Exec-
utive Committee of the Miami-
Dade County Chamber of
Commerce and board of di-
rectors of the First National
Bank of Miami. "We must
spread the base of fair share
giving to support the in-
creased needs of United Fund
member agencies for the 1963
campaign," Macht said.
Carol Fishman Wins
Chase Scholarship
Carol Mitzi I'ishman of Miami
Beach Senior High has been se-
lected for the annual Chase Fed-
eral Scholarship Foundation
award. Establishe 1 by C. L.
Clements, president of Chase Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assn. in
memory of Frank Chase for whom
the Miami Beach financial institu-
tion was named, the scholarship
is based on scholastic and extra-
curricular activity.
The award for $2,000. $500 for.
each college year, stipulates only i
than the student maintain a B
average or better.
On the selection board: Prin-
cipal Steve Moore; Dr. Irving
Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El;,
Leonard "Doc" Baker. Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce; Dr
Judea Inducts at
Friday Services
During services on Fn veil-
ing. Temple Judea Men's
, and board of tin- i
be installed.
Slate is headed by Albc mil).
.(I!', preside nt; Mort Zitl man,
Dr. Elias Kogan, vice nts;
Abraham Stein, treasun Iney
Richman, secretary.
Trustees are: Charlc
Harold Berkowitz. Tild
blunt, Oscar Evans. Harold iffer,
Leonard Kalish. Leo Kat; \
Kronowitz. Hy Lipson. E Rob-
ins, Robert Rosen. Charl-
berg, and Maurice Waldorf
During the program M- Tub
man-of the year" plaque- :ll be
awarded
will enjoy the rea!
Newark
at the new "d t Shell
Fine;! J .st Side Icxot'on ;.
way between United Nations
and Rottflic Center; efosa s
all trar.spoflation end iermi-.ns
Beautiful oir-cenr^tion^d reomi
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Airman Bloomberg Assigned
Zionists led by Louis Lipsky
At the Zionist convention in
June 1921, brilliant orators ex-
pounded the issues with passion-
ate logic. When the ballots were
counted, US stood for Weizmann's
Keren Hayesod and ~i stood by
Brandeis. The influential Bran
deis forces Withdrew, leaving the
Zionist Organization of America
to the immigrant generation and
their children. The blow to the
prestige of American and World
Zionism seemed staggering. At
this critical juncture, Lipsky be-
came president of the ZOA, the
only leader of stature left who
could prevent its dissolution. Af-
ter losing the "name" figures of
NEW
HEALTH
with every
LUXURY
ton of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bloom-
berg, of 6850 SW 1st St., is being
reassigned to Sy-
racuse (N. Y.)
University for
technical train-
ing as a United
States Air Force
communica-
tions analysis
specialist.
Airman Bloom
berg, a 1962 grad-
uate of Miami
Airman Bloomberg Central High
School, has completed his initial
basic military training at Lack-
land AFB, Tex.
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* Pioneer Chapters
Present Officers
Kaojt>,ih Chapter of Pioneer
Womi as to install officers for
1963-6^ this Thursday evening in
the }'. .iv inn
Chapter president is Mrs. Jack
Sills.
'il.. Include* vie* prealdentB,
Mi.- Kri.-.i>i.!i unii iii>. i r.-.i
San.il- i i.i.ir..-. Mr-. Mill..ii Ken-
.-l.-i-. nni. I'. much, Hi v. Hum-
lie! Bl t-aimrt-r, Mi-. David Bell
liua mix i.- nre Mrs, William
("has.-, Marvin Copenhaaen, Mis.
Mnaei Mm i l Segal, Mr*.
Jack R Mr- Harold Shapiro, mid
.Mis. .'.. W. 1s-
lirs. leo Goldman, a past pres
ident of the chapter, member of
the Dational board of Pioneer
. Womer.. and a vice president of
the Miami Council of Pioneer
Worm will be installed as hon-
orary | resident.
Pro;;;m for the evening will in-
clude .ocal selections by Mrs.
Robcr. Shevin. soprano, and a
corps i i ballet from the Dade
Civic Ballet Company under the
directic-r of Frieda Rassel.
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"Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 7, 1963
Section B
Dora Stein Sisterhood Hosts
Traditional Sabbath Dinner
A traditional Fridav Bight din-
ner will follow 6 p.m. services at
Israelite Center.
To be held in the social hall at
7 p.m., the dinner is sponsored by
the Dora Stein Sisterhood for all
paid-up members.
Chairmen are Mrs. Chester
Letter and Mrs. Estelle Lazuras.
with Mrs. George Graham in
charge of reservations.
Mr* Annette Blacker will
the rr -vess of ceremonies.
be
Cor:.' Gables Chapter held its
annual luncheon honoring the in-
comir.. officer* Tuesday, noon, at
Cook it Restaurant.
[BStaDed were: Mrs. Sam Davis,
presic.t.-'. Mrs M. S. Green, vice
president; Mrs. Harry Sklar, Mrs.
Kate R se. Mrs. Louis Sachs, see
return- Mrs. Leo piotkin, treas
urer Sylvia Levin, member
ship irman; and Mr-. Sonia
Plotki; Moetzel Hapoalot chair-
ma
Beth Am Council
Designates Funds
A recently appointed Keren
Ami Council of Temple Beth Am,
met with Rabbi Herbert M. Baum-
!;ard and Mrs. Harry Ross, prin-
cipal of the Religious School, to
discuss disposition of the Keren
Ami Fund.
Those on the committee are Al-
lison Miller, Mark Freeman. Lora
and Jeffrey Lewis. Phyllis Green-
berg, Sheila Silberman, Gary
Fagin. Ronna Flashman, Raymond
and Michael Leone. Robert Lurie,
Sara Beth Harris. Mickey Landers,
Scott Pallot, Sam Goldstein, Mar-
jori lsis. Ricka Stark, Jeffrey
Rosenberg. Paulette Marks, Lewis
Bamberg. Melanie Cook. Bonnie
Blum. Shelley Perch, George
Fisher. Jack Feuer, Joel Shenk-
man, Andy Marks. David and Fred
Shields
Registration for the 196364 term
bena last Sa t ur d a y morning,
The confirmation group. 8th. 9th
and in:h grade classes, will meet
on Saturday mornings. Hebrew
ilasscs will be held on week days.
Delegates who will attend the 15th annual conference, Bran-
deis University National Women's Committee in Waltham,
Mass. Left to right are Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, Mrs. Sam Gold-
man, new president of the local group, Mrs. Max Stadler.
Delegates not shown, Mrs. Jack Robbins. Mrs. Solomon Mar-
golis and Mrs. Betty Oberstein. Group will also attend the
12th commencement exercises to be held on Sunday. Con-
ference will end June 11.
n
j
bv ISABEL GROVE
l. .rid Harrj Schifl motor
New York for several
week- Highlight ot the visit
with friends an family, a sur-
prise dinner party on June 15 in
honor of the 4'i!h wedding anni-
vei '- of Lil's sister D rothy
and husband Diek Wahrman
planned by the honoree's two
daughters There'll be lots ol
time too for the Schiffs to spend
with their three darling grand-
children, Betty Jane 9. Shelley
; and Peter 4 They're the
children of the former Eileen
Schiff and Charles Bonepartb.
(. .. nation of daughter Claud
ia magnet attracting the Bialo-
lenki family of DiLido Isle to At-
lanta Group includes par
ents, I'rof. and Mrs. Andre S..
grandmother Dora Bialolenki.
the graduate's sisters Blandra, a
student at the University of Mi
ami. n year-old Pamela hersell
.duating this week from North
Beach Elementary, and house-
nest for the past year. Marsha
I'atchick. also II. returning soon
to London, England Recipient
ol a gold trophy from Alpha Ep-
silon Phi sorority for scholarship
and activities. Claudia's gradua-
tion lrom Emory University will
be followed this month by her
marriage to Robert Paul Salo-
mon of Stanford, Conn. .
Flsie and Lou Easton of Coral
Gables attended commencement
ceremonies at Welle.-lcy College
in Massachusetts when daughter
Linda (Mrs. Paul L. Kalos re-
ceived her BA degree Dur-
um the weekend preceding grad-
uation exercises, they participat-
ed in traditonal activities includ-
ing a class supper, parents' din-
ner and president's reception
. Majoring in psychology. Lin-
da twice received academic hon-
ors at Wellesley, and took her
senior year's work at Barnard
College in New York City under
a cooperative program among
members of the. Seven College
Conference of Eastern colleges
for women .
Continued on Page 5-B
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schwartz and Mr. and Mr..^t Cyna
-non were among those attending the recent Westbrooke
Country Club dance and art show. The are exhibit eatu.ed
the works of European-bom painter. Johanna burner.
Summer Event for ORT Ladies
First affair of the new season
for North Dade Chapter of Wom-
en's American ORT will be an
evening at the Apache Resort
Motel on Biscayne Blvd., on Sat-
urday, June 22.
Festivities will include a pool-
side barbeque. dancing, swimming
in a lighted pool, and a swim
fashion show.
Fashion Show ior Shoshana
"Does she or doesn't she ?"
The question will be answered
Tuesday evening at Temple B'nai
Sholem. by Shoshana Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Women, with a wig
fashion show presented by the Wig
Center of North Miami Beach.
Buffet for Miami Women
A combination buffet-nipper and
splash party will highlight the end
of the year affair of the Women's
Division of the Miami YMHA
Branch on Saturday evening, at
the home of Mrs. Jack Amazon.
Vice president. Mrs. Stanley
Spieler is chairing the event.
Boy-leg swimsuit, shaped
with Alix famed built-in bra.
Quick-drying imported cotton,
all lined, in a splashy
blue-tone floral. 10 to 20. 19.95
Add the skirt for
matching cover! 13.95
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Friday. Iiine 7. 19S3
.1
Seitlin's Renamed Beth David Leaders
Mr. an.l Mrs. Louis Seitlin have
Vcn n-elected to head Beth Dav-
id's Men's Club and Sisterhood,
respectively.
Other officers and board mem-
ben, Men's Club: Edward Syrop.
Norman Sholk. vice presidents;
Irving Rosen, treasurer; "theodore
Lomaskin. secretary.
I iii.-.i.rs in. I'i.le ll.iijmriii A
Da' .1 \lt.-t niMi. Morris Atkin-. Al-
1"T1 .1. Ilr.i. Miii'i'd li.-il.. I., on
tfarnaril, William !:.>.in, ll< i imi"
l.i.r. ii. Herbert (*a*hvnn, Jemld t'o-
burn, l.t-ui- I'.iiiin, Harry C*ypen, Ujft-
Dh'kman, Sol Drvtttrk, Mauik-e
H.vman, Stanley Jamlmtn, Herman
Kay, Vrehle Menilelnon, !. Mlnnlln,
.\l. v. r K..I.I.in.-. H-nr* llft*pmrart*fl,
Arthn l; >in. k. Max Silver, ItoKnard
l i. il. William W. in. r
Advisor* are Sam llodanea, Michael
Cfivln. .hull:.- Milv-n rrteriman. Max
.1;.....bxon, I'r. M,ir- K. inian. Samuel
<-' owalcy, i;us Shaw and Cnarle* /..
Sj.-irj
SiKtoilmod officer* an Mr*. Irvlna
WVin.r. Mn>, Muiia> l:u'ks. M i-
s< -. in..nr Kaplan. Mr- Minn. iMuin.
\ i.i. slili in- Mr- Oerald S..II7..
parllaii'. iiiari.n. Mis. Max Jaooltaon,
mlrtani: Mrs John Strunln, Mrs. Uan-
i. i toffee, Mrs Howard Berger,
i.laii.s. Mrs Max ttoalilg, M ..surer.
iioaril iiu-int.li- ar. .\l.--.lam. s Al-
bert Beer, Bernard Bloom, Minna
I'.!....in. Miirr:i> Cl mI-i.ii. Itlrliaril
M.T..|.i. Mauii.. Hyman, Maurice
K.lln.i. Daniel Klndler, Evelyn Lev-
itt, HiM.i LasaruM, Tneodon Lomaa-
kin. Murray Marcus, Sam liatrowaky,
harid 1'ain.s. Mmiis Rabinowita, l.-
si. Ran, Lawrence Kcherr, CTharlen Z.
Hplnicarn, Harr> Btone, s..m Baoanea,
Leonard Wolf, Jerome Young, Hyman
Kiel ii an.l .1, rant? Mawv, II.
Patrons List Grows
For Tops' Series
Miami Beach's 13th annual
"Pops" concert season gets under
way Sunday with Skitch Hender-
son, popular radio and television
personality, conducting the Uni-
versity of Miami Summer Sym-
phony Orchestra in the first of 10
Sunday evening concerts to be
presented at Miami Deach Audi-
torium. Featured soloist will be
baritone Bob Carroll.
Patrons who have made reser-
vations for the concert include:
Mr.
Mrs. Sonnett Heads
Opti-Mrs. Group
Opti-Mrs. Club j>|. Miami Beach
installation ceremony is" schedul-
ed for Wednesday, noon, at the
Barcelona Hotel Presiding of-
ficer will be Seymour Silverman.
past president of the North Shore
Optimist Club.
An original script. "The Verdict
is Yours." will be presented. Cast
members are Metdatnei Murray
Sonnett. Emanuel Goldstrich. Rob-
ert Jackson. Gene Troop. George
Goodman and Arthur Leibowitz.
Incoming officers are Mrs Mur-
ray Sonnett. serving a second
term as president; Mrs. Emanuel
Goldstritch, Mrs. Louis Pilzer.
Mrs. Seymour Silverman. vice
presidents; Mrs. Gene Troop. Mrs
WocthrAAlfO \fai4c George Goorfman, Mrs Arthur
YTC5IUI UURC JIGII3 Leibowitz. secretaries; Mrs Rob
m crt Jackson, treasurer.
Family Nights
Westbrooke Country Club sum
mer family nights, held once a
week last year, proved so popular
that this year they will be extend-
ed to three nights each week.
Starting on Tuesday, they will eon
tinue every Tuesday. Wednesday
and Thursday until Labor Day.
On those nights the club will be
open for family style dinners,
swimming, tennis, handball and
paddle ball. Family night activi
ties also include Tuesday night
movies; Wednesday night dance-
for teen-agers, and Thurs
night game-.
MRS. MURRAY SONHITT
Temple Brotherhood Region
Selects Officers of Refreaf
Officers elected durin- the
Southeast Florida Federal n of
TempU ^Brqjherhjoijds' ^pua|
weekend retreat May 24 26 at
Plantation Yacht Harbor were
President, Judge Stanlev \|
Pred, Temple Sinai. .North Miami.
executive vice president. David
Drucker. Temple Beth Sholom,
Miami Beach; vice president]
Henry Stemgold. Temple Bmtnu'
El, Ft. Lauderdale. Nat Drobner.
Temple Beth El. Hollywood, Mor
ton Gilbert. Temple Israel, Wet
Palm Beach; secretaries: William
E. Gladstone. Temple Israel, Mi-
ami. Leonard Kalish. Temple
Judea. Coral Gables; honorary
past president: Morton A Gram,
Temple Israel. Miami
Agudath Israel to Honor
Goldbergs 50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldberg will
be honored on the occasion of their
50th wedding anniversary during
services Saturday morning at
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute.
Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever will
dedicate his sermon. "Humility
Manifests a Happy Life." to the
honorees.
The Goldbergs, who participate
in activities of the Men's organiza-
tions and Sisterhood of the Insti-
tute, will host the Kiddush fol-
lowing services.
National Cardiac to Benefit
From Cleopatra Performonce
All proceeds from tin- lavish'
premiere of "Cleopatra" at the
Lincoln Theatre on Wednesday.
June 26. will go to the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital
Social events preceding the gala
opening will also bench; the Hos-
pital's program of research and
treatment ot rheumatic and con-
genital heart diseases in children.
Purchase of a $50 tick' I for
opening night will entitle the
patron to be a guest at a cock
tail party on Sunday. June 23, 4
p.m.. aboard Harold Chassis'!
Egyptian Romanesque houseboat
the Villa di Harold, docked op
posite the Doral Beach Hotel
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Tickets for the season's opening
"Pop" conceit are available at
the I'M Symphony office on
campus. Miami Beach Auditor
lum, Philpitt's Record Shop in Mi-
ami, Allegro Music House in Coral
Cables, and Harmony Music Shops
iii Dadeland and 163rd St. Simp
ping Centers
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Member-bringa-member tea ill
be held by B'nai B'rith Women,
Sunshine Chapter, on Wednesday,
1 p.m.. at the home ol Mrs, Jos-
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membership vice president. Pres-
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and is presently completing
his thesis requirement for a
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Friday, June 7, 1963
I 5
Rabbi Lipschitz To
Conduct Ceremony
For Beth Torah
A special Baccalaureate service
for Beth Torah will take place at
Friday night semces and will
honor tJie following graduates:
Marsha Ball, Diane Keshlansky,
(.'thy .Sandier. Synthia Schorr,
.Justin Weinginger Carol Vigman,
Kllen Bail, Judr.-. Brower. Ronnie
Dweck, Rita Haber, Mark Had-
clad, Roin.-1-t :-. ii. Jason Ilelf-
roan, Alan Kirzner. Andrew Ross.
Rabhi Max A. Lipschitz will con-
duct thi- ceremo
Officers and Directors of Beth
Torah Congre^a.on. Sisterhood,
Men's (Jub ami PTA's were in-
stalled last Fririj. evening.
Mate for the congregation include*:
"; S0*""*" nt: Dave Ma
aulirs, (leonce < itzi ,n, Adrian Kauf-
in.ui, Btanlei SYi-di an, N.-n siu.ir
Richard Bnelder, .: president*; Joel
Oottehrer.tr.-,;. <:iniu..| K.lclscn.
Mr* Marcla Blahut Mr. Jow.ph yon.
km. secretaries.
Peat presJdenl Bamuel Bergman
Harold Brown, .1. .. I jam..ml, JuIph
Kllon, Herman r>. Kovlnsnn, Irving
Bfidel, Mayor artl Pnyder
TruHi.: Robert Raumoht, ri':ihk
BurK, Bam Dorfn .-. Morris F.l.lnmn,
Murray lirpvn-, >N- ban Qreene, Ben
Karp, Theodore Klai eis, Leroy Levj
Irvlna; Newm:.n, N Oetrov, LohIh
I'n 1 uk, Howani ft'illiy, I >r. Morton
I:, i.-s. Dr. Mori.- I -. -.nl.luth. Ktwene
S, hu.*r-ri{. Mr- I.-..11 Bballoway,
tftaiiley st^in. i,.n. Taylor, Ewald
Zifii 1, Mta. I ;i I .;.r.
Ramu< 1 v<: : .nry Fraedman,
Aiilnir Hlrshbera", Kum-yt .lank...
1 ry K ng. i 1 Ice Laaalo, Al-
bert Ma. roff. IT |>aiil. Louhl
Sahm, Ueorsjv
Ipi*. Abraham
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nri aid. n' 1:
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M.i \ Horoulti
1. tarl<
l*i aid) nt ol .- Club, Mink
Hi !- 1II1 Kuberl Btui-
-. Solomon Band-
Oabrlel Bhant-
I '1- .lark Wolfe.
* -t.'ih.....1 roster
Stanley St.-in.
odman, Samuel
hard Snelder,
IValflsh, treaa-
MurrlM Shapiro,
Hoffman, .-. 1
HARVARD STUDENT
SeM Experience College Boards
HIIrrt-PRPAiTION-ADVICE
Reosenable. HkSM Wl 7-1365
MRS. STANLEY STUN
. Sisterhood president
in..hi. vice presidents; Stanley Joao-
wlts, Loula Plncua, atcTetarlea; John
.1 \erner, treasurer; trustees, Chan-
im Hand, Murray Masln, Eugene
SchH-aruberc, Julius Welner, Albert
zavkerman.
Rellaious School PTA officers are:
A'.-ilain.s Adrian K:iufman, i,i.-i-
itontl Jack Levin, Nathan Olaaler,
Arthur Hlrachbera, vice presidents;
Hen Karp, Isaiah Bhofrnn, Harold Co-
in n. aecretarles; Leonard Goldberg,
ii. aaurer.
Nursery School PTA: Meadamea
Ihllni Paul, president; Ira Rothfleld,
vice president; Irving Newman, mem-
bership chairman: Irving Beldel, holl-
oas Chairman; Lawrence Brant, Jos-
eph Popicin, aecretarles; Morris Schon-
wetter, treasurer,
* #
Nineteen students of Beth Torah
Congregation Hebrew School were
graduation at exercises last Sun-
day evening Highlight of the
program was a cantata. 'Rebirth
ol Israel," written by Benjamin
Neidzwetzki, and directed by Ben
Vomen.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz made
the address to the students
and Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, consult
MKS. ADRIAN KAUFMAN
. PTA president
ant of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, distributed the di-
plomas. Irving Seidel, president
of the Congregation, offered
greetings and awards were pre-
sented by George Katzman, chair-
man of the board of education.
Jewish Home for the Aged will
present its annual award to the
graduating class for programs
presented at the Home and Amer-
ican Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity presented an award to
an outstanding student in history
and development of the State of
Israel.
Graduates are: Renee Book,
Samuel Cantor, Robert Freedman,
Parry Goodman, Michael Gruen,
Jerrold Hornstein, Michael Laba-
tor, Sharon Leopold. Burt Levy,
Kenneth Newman. Madelyn Reich-
man, Richard Roland, Steven
Shantzis, Mark Sofron, Max Stur-
man, Elliott Tobias, Leonard Toon-
kel, David Weinstock and Keith
Wolfe.
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Miami Beach Recreation
Department in Observance
"Free Time. A Challenge to
Free Men" is the theme ol the
Miami Beach Recreation Deparl
ment'g observance ol "June, Na-
tional Recreation .Month," pro-
claimed by President John F.
Kenni
.lack Woody, superintendent of
recreation, announced that a .scries
of informative meetings of the
neighborhood playground advisory
councils will be held "to acquaint
parents, civic organizations and
adults who enjoy the recreation
department's activities and vacili-
ties with the scope of the City's
programs."
the five year course in Hebrew in-
struction are:
Lawrence Arem, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gilbert Arem; Barry Bell,
son of Mr. ;nd Mrs. Stanley Bell;
Stephan Buchberg. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Buchberg; Arnold
Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Oavis: Edwin Farber, son ol Mr
and Mrs. Harry Farber; Bruce
Heller, son of Mrs. Betty Heller;
Bruce Nagle, son of Mr. and Mrs
Morris Nagler; David and Jona-
ll;an Roth, -mi of Mr. and Mrs
Sheldon Roth.
Hebrew Academy
Presents Diplomas
1, Twonty-two Hebrew Academy'
students will be awarded diplomas
I at the junior high school gradua-
tion exercises to be held Wednes-
j day evening in the Ida Appel Au-
ditorium.
Second annual graduation to be
held in the new building, grad-
uates will have completed a full
elementary and junior high school
course of studies in addition to a
I maximum program of Hebrew
education. Fourteen of the stu-
dents have attended the Academy
t from first grade.
Guest speaker will be Dr.
Thomas Bailey, State superinten-
dent of public instruction, whose
tcpic will be "Be a Dreamer."
Greetings will be extended by
presidents of the Academy men's
organization. PTA and Hebrew
Academy Women.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, will present the following
awards: Rose and Samuel Ritter'
I Scholarship award; Louis Merwit-j
! zer salutatorian award; Rose and J
Harry Genet Hebrew studies!
award; Samuel and Beckie Rein-
hard bible award; Jewish Florid-
. ian journalism award; and the
' alumni award. Also to be pre-
sented are a mathematics, science.
, social studies and service award. 1
Sidney Appel Memorial award [
for character, given annually to I
j an eighth grade student, will also1
be presented. Americanism award i
to two sixth grade students for the :
best essays on "What Democracy
Means to Me" will be presented
, b> the Miami Beach Elks Lodge
essay contest. Rabbi Morris Horo-'
vitz, assistant principal, will dis-
tribute the diplomas.
Glass gift will be presented to
Louis Merwitzer. president of the
Hebrew Academy.
Valadictorians are Michael Ge-
witz and Aaron Friedman.
Graduates of the 1963 class are: !
Ronald Steven Bergman. William
B, Berman. Barry Y. Bogin. Har-
old Feit. Bstelle May Finkelstein,I
Maxine Karen Firtel. Aaron L.
Friedman, David Lewis Galbut.
Michael S. Genet, Michael Gewitz.
Dorothy E. Goldstein, Sheldon I.
Kahan. Tomas Lefkovits, Moses
Yigal Malki. Philip Mirmeili.
Leon Allen Pollack, Judith Anne
Reinhard. Phyllis Sue Retnhard.
KartfJ. Sa'fra, Tiki C. Stern, Ken-
neth Joel Wolf. Lanny Jay Rose.
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Hadassah. at the Rendale Hotel on
Miami Beach. Chairman is Mrs.
Jack Kratish.
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9\MmfsJi Ftvrldiain
Friday. June 7, 1963
TEMPLE Menorah held its an
annual spring festival and in
stallation ball this past Sunday
evening at the Fontainebleau
Hotel. Re-installed as president
Has Maurice Revitz. For the
evening Mrs. Revitz wore an ice
^reen silk chiffon with a bout-
-ant skirt. Her fitted bodice fea-
tured a high rounded neckline
vhicli was self jeweled in a wide
iand of satin lined bugle beads.
Wife of the honorary president
f the congregation. Mrs Max
Krau-s chose an aqua moygashel
inen sheath with a matching
olor eyelet bodice.
Mrs. Elsie Belsky was honor
d 1.n- her outstanding service
(i the Temple. She is also pres-
ident of the Sisterhood, and for
the occasion selected a chifton
gown in a royal blue and green
print. Her skirt featured soft
asymetrical draping. Mrs.
Charles Sommer's black peau de
sine dinner ensemble consisted
of a sheath dress with a fitted
waist-length jacket. A gold silk
shantung sheath was the choice
of Mrs. Milton Kaufer. Mrs. Abe
Selecoff's porcelain blue moy-
gashel linen sheath had a deep
band* at the hem line of white
silk oru'anza which was covered
w%h white silk Schilffe embroid-
ery.
The classic black silk crepe
sheath with the modilied ('raped
bateau neckline was the choice
North Dade Jewish War Veterans Post 746 Commander Noah
Schisel (left), and Ladies' Auxiliary members Mrs. Fran
Laschower and Mrs. Zelda Schisel bring "telecart" to 90-year-
old bedridden veteran iu the VA Hospital in Coral Gables.
Patient, originally from New York, served with Unit 48 Nurse
Corps at Unit Hospital in Nevers, France from 1918 to 1919.
Mrs. laschower, JWV Auxiliary hospital representative, reg-
ularly visits the VA Hospital to bring the "telecart" to bed-
ridden patients, frequently following that service by acting as
en escort for patients on litters and wheelchairs to and from
arious clinics, x-ray and therapy departments. This is ex-
clusively a JWV Auxiliary project.

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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 ippJicallons
CABAN;
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iSOO ON THE TRAIL-JUST OFF THE PALMETTO]
of Mrs. Al Sherman. Mrs. Sam
Malow chose a small floral print
in blue and green on white. Her
sheath featured a squared neck
line, and rhinestones scattered
over the dress for fashion ac-
cent. Jewel tone chartreuse was
the color of Mrs. Sol Frankel's
two-ptece" 'eTTWMble. Her over-
blouse was completely covered
with iridescent sequins in dia
mond shaped patterns.
Mrs. Sam Fuchs chose a silk
sheath in an unusual beige and
orange print. White Bavarian
lace embroidered in sky blue
was worn by Mrs. Milton Singer.
Mrs. Jacob Matz selected ice blue
Chantilly lace over satin for her
sheath dress and matching sev-
en-eighths coat. A sand colored
boucle knit sheath with a tail-
ored collar was worn by Mrs.
Morton Robins.
Wife of the Rabbi, Mrs. Mayer
Abramowitz, wore a two-piece
muted gold silk crepe. A floral
pattern w a s embroidered in
white. Mrs. Edward Klein, wife
of the cantor, chose a lavender
silk sheath embroidered with
beads at the neckline, and dip-
ping lower in the back. Mrs.
Leonard Solomon, whose hus-
band is vice president of the
congregation, selected a white
.silk satin cocktail suit. Her
jacket was double breasted, and
high at the neckline could be seen
a black sequined sweater.
Mrs. Emanuel Lebowitz's choice
for the evening was a dusky
blue silk sheath with a lace
bodice. Her skirt had wide pan
niers in the back that flowed to
the hemline An imported voile
print in reds and pinks with
green foliage on white was worn
by Mrs. Samuel Schiffman. Her
dress had a deep "V" neckline
Students Honored At Beth Am Services ^
Temple Beth Am will present
awards to the following students
in the Hebrew School, at the reg
ular family service Friday even-
ing:
Vicki Orbach. Dale Schwartz.
Paula Delson, Orin Wechsberg,
Shira Baumgard, Frieda Krueger.
Janis Goldstein. Jean Lawrence.
Clifford Tall, Sharon Goldstein,
Lewis Brown, Edward Goldstein,
and full skirt. Mrs. Liber Ring
er's choice was a golden yellow
silk sheath.
Mrs. Bob Turchin chose a two-
piece sea-foam blue moygashel
linen sheath, with a stand-away
overblouse. Inserts of Clooney
lace were at the sleeves, widely
banded at the bodice and again
at the skirt hem. A white silk
print of multi-colored flowers
was worn by Mrs. Jack Burstein.
Her sheath featured a "V" neck-
line.
Scott Lyons. Alison Miller, Gar>
Leshaw, Michael Schenckman, Wii
ham Gilbert. Scott Dreyfuss. Ban
Steinberg. Andrew Gunther. Eileen
Shore, Judith Bernstein, Lawrence
Formnn. Mindy Harris, Paul
Kramer. Andrew Marks. Barry
Marks. Howard Michaelson. De-
borah Rinz.
Also Bobby Rosenthal, Robert
Benin. Ronna Flashman. Gary
| Ftgin, Donald Garvett, Jan Stern.
! Jeff Kramer, David Leitson, Gar-
ry Schwartz. David Shields. Day
hI.i Cohen, Jay Frankel. Dennis
; Kafkm. Alan Sallman. Chuck
Farkes. Paul Tumarkin, Alan W>
socki. Jack Feuer. Penny Kfare.
1 Paula Rosenblatt, David Wasser.
Larry Weinstein. Kenneth Dubbin,
f Martha Altschuler, Barbara Ana-
pol. Norman Axler, Marshal Klu-
erman. Irving Lawrence, Henry
Liebman. Robert Lippman. Bruce
Weinstein.
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^ Friday. June ?, 1963
+JewlstFk>rkfaitn
Malows Tell of Trudy's Betrothal
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Malow, ministration from the University
of 164000 NE 30th Ave., N. Miami of Miami. He is now a senior at
Beach, and Patcrson, N.J., an- UM's Law School and belongs to
iioypce thp..enea}>i-mHt of tht-jjr Ph.i ..EpsiJon. Pi, social, .and Phi
daughter. Trudy Sheila, to Arnold Alpha Delta, legal fraternity
Levy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry No date has been set for the
Levy, 516 Catalonia Ave. wedding.
A graduate of Eastside High ...
School, \h.- bride-elect will re- M{CC flVAralf t/\ Wo/i
eoive a degree in education from ** UTUHlll III fTCll
the University of Miami in June. I I* ll
The prospective bridegroom is a LflWlCnCC LOU'lOtl
graduate of Coral Cables High Announcement is made this
and has a degree in business ad week of the engagement of Miss
J:: and Mrs. Sam Dvorak of Las
Vegas, New, to Lawrence Allen
i Coulton of Miami.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Coul-
ton, the future bridegroom is a
1963 graduate of the University of
Miami.
Following the marriage of the
_____ couple on Aug. 25 in Las Vegas.
) I I I Coulton will be associated in busi-
ness with the bride's father.
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Southwest Center
Install at Services
Congregation and Si.stoilioqd,.^!-
ficers of Southwest Jewish Cen-
ter will be installed by Rabbi
Maurice Klein during services Fri-
day evening.
Slate for the congregation in-
cludes: Jerry Simms, president;
Don Rubcnstein, Wallace Mat-r,
vice presidents; Jack Gru-by, Mrs.
Frances Miller, Mrs. Rose Lieb,
secretaries; Arthur Was>erberg,
treasurer.
Incoming Sisterhood officers are
Mrs. Jerry Simms, president; Mrs.
David Greenberg, Mrs. Abe Wald-
man, vice presidents; Mrs. Jack
Bolner, Mrs. Charles Jacobs, Mrs.
Nat Lurie. secretaries; Mrs.
George Fish, treasurer.
miss rffuor malow
Naomi Group Hears 'Prisoner'
At the regular Monday night |
meeting of the Naomi Group of;
Hadassah. Jose Manuel Reboso.:
formerly a registered architect in
Cuba, will talk on "The Cuban
Crisis."
An officer in the intelligence
division. Reboso was a Bay of
Tigs prisoner.
Meeting will be held at the
Tastee Inn, 7500 SW 8 St.
Israel K. Etman, proprietor of the DiLido Fur Salon, is con-
tributing a fur-trimmed sweater to the Women's Division of
Technion to be presented at the installation luncheon on Fri-
day, June 7, at the Doral Beach Hotel. Accepting the gift is
Mrs. Ruben Porter, treasurer. Etman was enrolled in Tech-
ion's first class in 1924 as an engineering student. He came
to this country from Israel in 1930, learned the fur business
and became a designer of blended fur fashions.
Emanu-EI Honors Teaching Staff
+^ocialitc ... bu sjsciocl v^i
Celebrating 15 years on the staff I Mr* Helena Tara
at Temple Emami-El. Mrs. Leo D. '
Brandeis was honored last month
at the Temple's special gradua-
tion exercises and observance of
Jewish Teacher's Day.
, Mrs. Trlxle
OolilrhiK, MIm
I- rant in.' AppeHiauin, Miss Sharon
Stone, Miii-tin Lt-Ibowlti and Hen Ami
Zour.
TET1EY TEA.
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Continued from Page 1-B
Academic honors for Miami
Bcachite Victor B. Bailey, grad-
uating senior at the University
of Miami Was awarded two
fellowships and an assistance-
ship by Purdue U for graduate
work in the School of Economics
next year Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Zachary F. Bailey, he was
also elected recently to Omicran
Delta Ensilon, national econ-
omics honorary faternity.

Duty in Korea, near Seoul, fof
Lt. Ira B. Shapiro, son of Dr
.md Mrs. Arthur H. Shapiro .
Left in May and is stationed with
the Army Engineer Corps there
. A 1962 graduate of Carnegie
Tech. Lt. Shapiro toured exten-
sively in the is i>ctre entering
the Army in January, and t'>k
training as a paratrooper .it F1
Benning
Long, long drive lo the \\''-i
i oast tor the Sugermans, Sarah
.md Jerry First stop, Hot
Springs, next, Denver to attend
the wedding d Jerry's grand-
niece, .some time m Vegas, then
on to LA., where they'll spend
most of the summer with friends
an.I family .
The Land of the Midnight Sim
tor Dorothy (Mrs. Abe) Resnick
this summer Leaving early
rove
July she'll tour the Scandinavian
Countries by plane and boat .
With traveling companion Miss
Sadye Selman, it will be a first
look at Scotland. Ireland and
also Vienna. Salzbcrg and Paris
for the duo.
*
Dividing her time and atten-
tion between two daughters and
six grandchildren. Mrs. Tillie
Silverstein flew first to Detroit
for several weeks with one group
and will spend the latter part of
her vacation in West Orange,
N .1 with the second set of rela-
tives before returning to her
home on Fronde Ave. .
Cleveland. ()., is where Mrs.
J. Warren's family is. so she'll
be leaving in a few days to visit
with them .
Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. New
man in Boston this weekend,
where he'll attend a b;iard of di
rectors meeting of 'lie Jewish
Funeral Directors Assn. which he
serves as a vice president
Just returned from a visl
Vtlanta, Ga., Anna and Harry I.
Magid Attended conflrma-
n ci grandson Scott, son of
the former Janice Magid anil
Gerald Ghertner who have two
other chil ren Family re-
union also included the son Mai
colmn .1 Magid, his wife and
their three.
Mrs. Brandeis started as a Sun-
day school teacher in 1948. and
has been with the Temple's nur-
sery and kindergarten department
since its inception more than 10
I years ago. For the past three
; years she has served as super-
[ visor of the department.
other membera "f the teaching :in j sniM-rvishm staff <*f Temple tfimanu-ESI
Rrllsrloua School honored at lha aerv-
1 tee w, r, Mrs. AMzh Brenner, Mrs.
: Vmalla Goffer, Mis. Merle Spiegel,
Vis. Vaffl Teacher, Mis. Ilnvivii
I /.in. .Mis. Until M.-rs-i, Mi's. I'iy
itiii-i.iii. Mr.-. Berta Burnett, Mra.
Vv.n. Cole, Mrs. Jeanette "Goldberg,
Mis Edith Kata, Mis. Ituth I'.tmi.k.
Mis Ada 1'r-tt. Mrs Sofjr floldenberg,
Mis i>,,11- Horn, Mis. Blatne Miller,
Pythians in New Quarters
George Gershwin Knights of
Pythias Lodge 1%. will hold its
first regular meeting in new quar
ters, Hibiscus Masonic Temple.
10th St. and Alton Rd., on Mon
day evening. Plans for a July 4
picnic, and installation of new of-
ficers on July 22 will be discuss-
ed.
George Gershwin Ladies Auxil-
iary will also meet that night in
Hibiscus Temple to discuss its |
fund raising luncheon at the House;
of Ho on June 22. proceeds mark-
ed for Cystic Fibrosis Founda-
tion.
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Friday. June 7. 1963
Thais Honeymoon In the Bahamas Miss Ricki Popick
Weds William Lader
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
You wouldn't dream, looking at elegant Oida Rubin today, that as
a little girl growing up in Atlanta she was such a tomboy she wore
holes in her stockings playing marbles.
She was trained to be a kindergarten teacher and taught in Charles-
ton. The Rubins and Simonhoffs migrated to Miami when Oida was
in her early 20's; she's one of the old timers. She devoted herself ex-
clusively to her children as they were growing up. She takes pride
in their achievements as she herself is in-
tensely interested in the same things.
Sy is in New York, a world authority on
hydroponics including hydroponics for space
ships; Charles is a chemist and president of
a chemical company in Baltimore, while Rose-
mond. an artist and student of psychology, is
now Mrs. David Hammond and lives close
enough for Oida to have the fun of baby-sit-
ting with two of her six grandchildren.
After the children were grown, Oida en-
tered into a new life. Education in all its
forms fascinated her. She taught Sunday
School in Temple Israel, was active in the
Bureau of Jewish Education, Greater Miami
Federation and took course after course at
Miami University.
As one of the 100 invited to Princeton Uni-
versity to hear Albert Einstein, she was in-
spired and thrilled with the knowledge that
belongs to Jewish people everywhere in the
OIDA
Hebrew University
world.
There are Friends of Hebrew University in England, France and
Africa, among others. Swept by the dramatic pledge she had taken at
l'nnceton. Oida came back to Miami and right in her own home found-
ed the American Friends of Hebrew University which has been most
active here in raising good-sized amounts of money.
She has two dreams she wants realizedan exchange program for
Hebrew University and a winter seminar at the University of Miami.
She feels a spiritual and moral obligation to people of other countries
which is so refreshing nowadays when people's concern is mostly with
themselves.
Busy every minute she still finds time for concerts, Ynusic and read-
ing. She manages to get in a swim and a long walk every day. She
always walked at least two miles a day, but after listening to the presi-
dent she has reached five miles. Maybe she'll be one of the ones
who'll get up to the 50 mile mark. If she sets her mind to it, it will
be done.
* *
INVITATIONS ARE OUT
That stunning gold and silver white invitation was from Nomi and
Marvin Zank. It was for the Bar Mitzvah of their son Steven Scott at
Temple Beth Am on June fifteeth. After the services you rest until
evening then there will be a reception and dinner at the Miami Springs
Country Club.
* a
SOMETHING TO COME HOME TO
Delia and Max Applebaum will go to Ft. Lauderdale for the grad-
uation of granddaughter Joan Stuart from Pinecrest Prep. Then they
to their home town. Huntingon, L.I., to see and be with their chil-
dren. They will he home in time to greet arrival of their fourth great-
grandchild, expected in August by Mr. and Mrs. A Littman.
A FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY BATH
Bea and Maxwell Hyman celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary
on June 3rd by taking a trip to Mexico for the noted medicinal baths
at Ixtapan.
DEAR JENNIE SEITLIN
After a family dinner with all four of her sons and their families
ut the home of Dr and Mrs. Jack Seitlin, Jennie Seitlin will set sail
for Israel on the S.S. Zion. She were there eij,ht year ago with her
late husband Henry. She is anxious to see the strides that Israel has
ma'e since then. An ardent Zionist for over 50 years, Jennie wants
to see the results of her own volunteer work in Israel Bonds and Pioneer
Women. She will also visit her relatives who she hasn't seen in eight
years. Have a good time, dear Jennie Seitlin.
*
THIRTY ROLLING PINS
Miniature rolling pins were used as place cards at the kitchen show-
er given by Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Mrs. Aaron Kanner at the
liver's home on Granada Blvd. The luncheon \\2S in honor of Beverly
Jacobson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Jacobson whose marriage
to Jeffrey Lefcourt, son of the Sidney Lelcourts. will be an August
event. The buffet table was decorated with a parasol with all kinds
of adorable do-dads hanging on it. A tea cart was wheeled in with
the shower presents but some overflowed into a huge wash basket.
Homemade strawberry shortcake made a delicious desert. Among the
guests were Dotty (Mrs. Leon) Kaplan and her daughter Rita (Mrs.
Edwin) Ginsburg who has just arrived from Gainesville with her hus-
band. They are going to stay here for a few months until an important
event occurs. Others were Debby, 10-year-old sister of the bride who
is to be maid of honor. Mrs. Warren Binder. Miss Barbara Sager, Miss
Harriet, Seitlin, Judy (Mrs. Arthur) Gilbert, Chris (Mrs. Richard) Kan-
ner, Marcia (Mrs. Lewis) Kanner. Helen (Mrs. John) Temple, Mona
(Mrs. Philip) Warshaw, and Suki (Mrs. Nat) Williams.

MOTHER'S NIGHT
They celebrated Mother's Night without the children by going din-
ing and dancing in the Mona Lisa Room at the Eden Roc Hotel. In the
party were Elaine and Paul Brandiwen, Eleanor and Norman Horrow,
Pearl and Dan Elkins and Hariiet and Wilbur Wishner. Reloris Wick-
man, smart in a slim yellow sheath, said her husband Bill would be
along later. She was wearing her present, a four strand pearl necklace.
The Americana Hotel was the
site of the wedding and reception |
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Preston
Thai on Saturday evening, June 1.
Ac. Joseph Not* of Temple Is-
rael officiated at the double ring
ceremony which was held against
a decor of blue and white.
Attendants to the couple were
Harry P. Thai, the bridegroom's
twin brother, and Mrs. Harry P.
Thai.
The former Barbara Kay Feil is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Leman H. Feil, Elgin, 111. She
attended Drake University in Des
Moines. Iowa, and received a de-
gree from the University of Mich-
igan where she majored in speech.
She is a member of Kappa Kappa
Gama, social sorority, Theta Alpha
Phi, honorary speech fraternity,
and Zeta Phi Eta. professional
speech fraternity.
For the wedding the new Mrs.
Thai chose a traditional floor
length wedding gown of silk peau
de soie with bell shaped skirt and
detachable trpin featuring clusters
of orange blossoms on the back.
The fitted bodice was appliqued
with Venetian lace and had a
scooped neckline and three quar-
ter length sleeves. The tnree-
tierred French illusion was held
by a cluster of orange blossoms
and she carried an arrangement
of phalaenopsis.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Preston A.
Thai. 9781 E. Bay Harbor Dr., the
bridegroom is a graduate of Bowl-
ing Green State University of
Ohio and is a member of Zeta
Beta Tau social fraternity. He is
now associated with the Ameri-
cana Hotel.
When they return from a honey
moon in Nassau, the newlyweds
will live in North Miami Beach.
MRS. tDWARD JHAL
Hope Chapter Brunch Sunday
Member-bring a-member brunch
and games party, sponsored by
Miami Beach Chapter. City of
Hope, will be held on Sunday,
noon, at the home of Mrs. Aaron >.
Tubin. president. 7536 Cutlass Ave.. j
Treasure Island.
:BIRTHDAZE:
First child, Rodd Darryl, born
May 26 to the former Leslie Miller
and Jack Tcndrich, 4 Antilla Ave ,
Coral Gables. Grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller and
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Tendneh.
Great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Tendrich. maternal great
grandmother. Mrs. Rosella Cum-
ins. Child was named in cere-
mony conducted by Cantor William
Lipson on Sunday.
Miss Ricki Popick, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Po-> .:-.. 5150
N. Bay Rd., berime the bride of
William J. Lader on iu urday
evening, June 1, at the Diplomat
Country Club. Dr. Irvir,;; Lehr
man of Temple Emani. T: per-
formed the double ring candle
light ceremony which wai follow
ed by a reception and for ,. din
ner at the club.
For the wedding, earn-' i )ut in
pink and lavender, the br wore
a Stella Original of pure silk peau
de soie with re-embroider-1 bead
ed alencon lace encrust-- i with
seed pearls and paille The
gown had a fitted bodice and the
bell skirt with applique- had .1
long Cathedral train bustled for
after-ceremony into a bu'.Vrfly. A
crown held the three tlerred
French illusion hand ratted veil
and she carried an arrangement
ol long stemmed Calla I
Matron of honor was Mrs Rich-
ard Block and the bride isms,
Bonie llallen and Mari- Polbk
served as junior brides- ,d and
flower girl.
The bridegroom is tf in ol
Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. L
Byron Ave. His brothe: iward
Lader, of San Francisco served
as best man, and ushers wen
David Popick. the bride ther,
Richard Solomon. Lloj
Marty Sterner. Dick Bl' Man
Kinger, John Coltune a David
Philo.
The new Mrs. Lader .
uate of Miami Beach al
tended Palm Beach Jun>.
and graduated from Ade 1 Bus-
iness School. Her busbai also
;> graduate of Miami Bei.n High
and Palm Beach Juni. It g<
Hi- attended Florida St;;' Jniver-
sity where he was trca- and
president of rliUel, hi-- rian 01
Tail Epsilon Phi, social : 1 rmt>.
member of Alpha Phi On iga, set
vice fraternity and on Staff
of Smoke Signal Hum Ml
zine.
After a wedding trip Puerto
Rico and the Virgin I- the
couple will live on Mi air. Beach
Attending the wedding -in \V.
Palm Beach was the bride's mat
ernai grandmother, M
Waldman.
MRS. WILLIAM LADtR
Temple Judea Recepti:- >
Reception and dance \ f How
installation of officers ;
members at Temple Jude. on S
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Braveman Nuptials Event of June 2nd
m$. peter rinn
Candlelight Rites
for Peter Fixlers
A candlelight ceremony at the
Balmoral Hotel on Saturday, June
I, united the former Miss Sheila
Zina Platt and Peter Michael Fix-
ler. Rabbi Leon Kronish Officiat-
ed at the late evening wedding
which was followed by a reception
.md dinner in the hotel.
Against a decor of pink and
.\hite, the bride wore a tradition-
al floor length gown of while chan-
tilly lace. It featured a scalloped
neckline, long sleeves to wrist-
point, fitted bodice and a very
bouffant skirt ending in a chapel
train. A cloche of white forget-
me-nots and pearls held the
French illusion veil and she car-
id white orchids on a Bible.
Attending the bride were Ellen
\lalter, maid of honor. Linda Mal-
ta, Kuth Kleinvax, Cynthia Phut.
and Helen* Platt. bride's sister,
bridesmaids.
The newlyweds are both grad-
ates of Miami Beach Senior High.
The bridegroom, now associated
'.h Burdines, has a degree from
University of Miami.
I poo their return from a wed
ling trip to Nassau, the couple
ill live on Miami Beach
The new Mrs. Fixler is the
'aughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
Platt, 635 7th St. Her husband is
he son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Fixler, Mo loth St.
Best man to the bridegroom was
Marty Rubin. Barry Helpern.
\rthur Monroe and Bernie Drink
i served ns ushers.
A reception in the home of the
Tiride's parents followed the late
afternoon candlelight nuptials unit-
ing Marilyn Claire Braveman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Braveman, 19421 NE 18th PI., and
Michael Ira Zier on Sunday, June
2. The double ring ceremony was
performed by Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion.
For the wedding the bride chose
a traditional floor-length gown
with fitted bodice of alencon lace,
sweetheart neckline, long sleeves
to wrist-point and a full skirt ap-
pliqued with lace and sequins.
The bouffant French illusion fell
from a crown of tiny pearls and
she carried her confirmation Bible
covered with white orchids, steph-
anotis and lily-of-the-valley.
Attending the bride were her
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haber, 1740
S. Glade Dr. Serving as best man
was Richard Eisenman, with Law-
rence Jay, Phillip Berkowitz,!
Howard Feinberg and Robert j
Blitz, ushers.
Aftter a honeymoon in Jamaica, i
the newlyweds will live in North'
Miami Beach.
Maternal grandparents of the
bride, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Klay-!
man, flew in from Boston for the I
wedding.
Singles Group June Schedule
Roaring 20s, young adult singles
group of the Miami YMHA branch
will meet Thursday evenings dur-
ing the summer months.
Schedule for June includes a
business nreetlng forloired by f
social hour on Thursday, June 6,
8:30 p.m. and on June 13, the club
is planning a volleyball game in
the gymnasium of the Miami "Y."
MM. MICHAEL ZltR
sisters. Barbara Ellen Braveman,
maid of honor. Nancy Joy Brave-
man. Cheryl Sue Braveman. brides-
maids, and Mrs. Ronald Dollinger.
Caric Coleman and Marilyn Will-
iams.
The new Mrs. Zier is a graduate
of North Miami Senior High and
of Dade County Dental Research
Clinic. Now with the Internal
Revenue Service, her husband is
a graduate of Miami Beach Sen-
ior High and earned a degree in
accounting from the University of
Florida. He is a member ot Tail
Epsilon Pi, social fraternity.
Ruth Katzin Now
Mrs. Bernard Miller
Rabbi Leon Kronish performed
the double ring ceremony uniting
Ellen Ruth Katzin and Bernard
A. Miller on Sunday, June 2, at
Temple Beth Sholom. The noon
wedding was followed by a formal
luncheon at the Singapore Hotel.
Now touring New York, the new-
lyweds will make their future
home in West Palm Beach.
For the intimate family wed-
ding, the bride selected a bal-
lerina length gown of peau de
soie, complimented by short white
gloves. Styled with a fitted bod
ice and bouffant skirt the frock
had a scooped neckline with il-
lusion reembroidered in seed
pearls, and cap sleeves. The
bridal bouquet was an arrange-
ment of white orchids, lily of the
valley and stephanotis.
The new Mrs. Miller is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
ard Katzin, 1403 S. 2nd Ave., Lake
Worth, formerly of Winston-Salem,
N.C.. and grand-daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Eli Katsin of Surfsidc.
Her sister. Miss Lois Katzin was
her only attendant.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Miller, 501
36th St., West Palm Beach. He is
a graduate of Palm Beach High
and attended Palm Beach JMnior
College. His bride is a graduate
of R. J. Reynolds High in Win-
ston-Salem.
Serving as best man was Louis
Affron. Steven Katzin and Alfred
, Katzin were groomsmen.
SUNDAY EVENINGS AT 8:30
WITH 9 OUTSTANDING CONDUCTORS AND 17 SOLOISTS
JUNE 9 SKITCH HENDERSON
JUNE 16 HENRY MAZER
In "All-Tchaikovsky Program"
JUNE 23 PAUL WHITEMAN
In "All-Gershwin Program"
JUNE 30 HUGO FIORATO
With Tap-Dancer
JULY 7 ARTHUR FIEDLER
JULY 14 ARTHUR FIEDLER
JULY 21 FRANZ ALLERS
"Die Fledermaos" (concert form)
JULY 28 HOWARD BARLOW
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AUG. 4 RAYMOND PAIGE
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Golda Meir Pioneer Chapter
Installation luncheon Tuesday
Golda Meir Chapter of Pioneer
Women will have an installation
luncheon on Tuesday, noon, at
Beth El Center. Installing officer
will be Mrs. Milton Green, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Coun-
cil of Pioneer Women. Chairman
for the afternoon will be Mrs.
Abraham Seltzer.
New roster for 1963-64 will in-
clude Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, presi-
dent for a third term; Mrs. Mir-
iam Halperin, Mrs. Jack Colch-
man, Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer, vice
presidents; Mrs. Abraham Seltzer,
Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild, Mrs. Sophie
Zohn, Mrs. Anna Quaker, secre-
taries; Mrs. Shirley Queen, treas-
urer; Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff, par-
liamentarian; and Marion Meyers,
cultural chairman.
Mrs. Betty Herman will enter-
tain with songs from Israel.
Rabbi Stern on Channel 10
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern has been
assigned the TV program, Give
Us This Day." Channel 10, on Fri-
day June 14 and 21. His topic for
the series will be Security of the
United States through a Strong Is-
rael.'"
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A "Say It With Flowers" testi-
monial brunch will honor Mrs. Ed-
ward Levine, president, Depart-
( ment of Florida Ladies Auxiliary,
i Jewish War Veterans of the Unit-
'. ed States, on Saturday, at the
i Deauville Hotel.
Reception will be followed by
the presentation of the annual
j nursing scholarship award to Saun-
| dra Lou Jones, specializing in the
I field of mental rehabilitation.
Honor guest will be Mrs. Eliza-
[bcth Riebcl, R.N., director of
'counseling and recruitment, Jack-
i son Memorial School of Nursing.
j Department of Florida Ladies
[Auxiliary "Woman of the Year"
: trophy will be presented by Mrs.
Sidney Weintraub, and announce-
i ment will be made of JWVA's
most popular Girl Scout Leader.
! Representing Dade County Girl
Scout Council will be Mrs. James
I Keller, vice president.
Participating in the testimonial
will be Mrs. Ted Lingaton. national
historian and convention chairman
of the Auxiliary; Louis Deutsch,
department Commander; and
Emanuel Mandel, JWV convention
chairman.
Mrs. William Ackerman, past
president of the Norman Bruce
Brown Auxiliary will be chairman,
and Mrs. Benjamin Haberman.
past national president, will be
Mistress of Ceremony.
MRS. HIRNARD MIIUR
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until Aug. 1.
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on this nor on the contents of the
President's reply.
The date of the correspondence
?lso was not known or indicated
but apparently dated back for
tome time because it was indicat-
ed' that recent statements made
in Washington. London and Paris
expressing concern over the re-
gion^ stability were the result of
the correspondence.
Observers in Jerusalem were
inclined to view the reserva-
tion* voiced by the Premier dur-
ing recent Knesset debates over
President Kennedy's press con-
ference statement on the Middle
East on May 9 as reflecting the
Prime Minister's dissatisfaction
with the President's reply to the
Bon-Gurron letter.
It was understood that in his
letters, the Prime Minister urg-
ed the Great Powers to use their
influence publicly and through
oiplomatic channels to proclaim
concern about the situation creat-
ed by Egyptian President Nasser's
moves toward a new United Arab
Republic federation with Syria
and Iraq. Mr. Ben-Gurion also
was understood to have urged the
recipients of the letters to warn
Egypt against any moves likely to
lend to conflict and he may also
have raised a suggestion about a,
joint United States-Soviet Union
guarantee of Israel's borders or
military pact between Israel and
the United Statesa proposal he
Grunhut Appointed
To Chair ZOA Tours
Israel Feiden, of St. Augustine,
1-----iAt frrifT' ""iii of th
Zionist Organization of America,
has announced the appointment of
Abraham Grunhut. Miami Beach
1 bank executive, native Israeli, and
; a veteran Zionist leader, as chair-
man of this area for the 22 special
convention tours to Israel and
' Europe that the ZOA will sponsor
this summer.
Grunhut, who will also attend
i the convention of the ZOA in Is-
rael with his wife, is a vice presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Zionist
District.
All trips and tours being spon-
: sored by the ZOA are arranged
so that regardless of departure i
dale those participating will bet
i able to attend the national con-1
! vention in Israel July llth-17th. Region office of the Zionist Or-
Full details can be obtained from i ganization of America, 1370 Wash-
Grunhut or from the Southeast i ington Ave.
1
ABRAHAM GMJNMJT
voiced on a nationwide television
program in the United States.
The major point underscored in
the Ben-Gurion letter to President
Kennedy reportedly was that in
the absence of a joint United
States-Soviet agreement a b o ut
withholding arms from Egypt, Is-
rael had no choice but to continue
to strengthen its deterrence cap-
ability and that a United States
policy aimed at containing the
Middle East arms race while Sov-
iet arms continued to flow freely
to Egypt would have the net ef-
fect of depriving Israel of the
weapons it needed and of increas-
ing the danger of hostile Arab
moves.
Yiddish Culture lost'in Minsk
Continued from Page 1-A
translation. Yiddish is not taught,
in any .-chool, not even as a spec-
ialized course in one of the insti-
tutes of higher learning Concerts!
in Yiddish are given In Minsk,
but there is no permanent thea-,
ter.
The only synagogue in Minsk,
where nearly 120 flourished be-
fore the 1917 revolution, is
scheduled for demolition by
Communist officials as part of a
new construction project. It is
not known where religious Jews
will gather to pray after the an-
cient synagogue is swept away.
There are some 59,000 Jews in
Minsk, according to the latest
Soviet census. Jews in the city
constitute about eight percent
of the population. In all of
Byelorussia, there about 150,000
Jews, about two percent of the
population.
At the Byelorussian state mus-
eum of the history of the Second
World War. the correspondent
found almost no reminders of the
holocaust suffered by the Jews un-
der the Nazis. Of the 4.500 photo-
graphs, documents and exhibits.
only onea newspaper clipping
ordering the creation of the Minsk
Jewish ghetto in the early days
Of the Nazis occupationwas on
i isplay.
Doral is Site For
Golf Tournament
Second annual golf tournament
sponsored by the Men's Club of
Beth David will take place on
Sunday at the Doral Country' Club.
Charles Z. Spingarn is chair-
i man, assisted by Sol Dresnick,
i Herbert Frame and Aaron Kra-
j vitz.
Competing In ihe tournament will
! i> I'harh'H \delinan, David Alterman,
[Morton HMil, I. it. i'.. rii. Harold
Irterke, i.'-:i itTi.tiii. Bernard Rloom,
Maurice II Daum, Harry Diamond,
Is.I Drennlok, Herb 1-M.lM.in. Hem-}
Fin., Herbert frame, Judge Mlttnn
Friedman, M Hlaaaer, ludjri Mitchell
(nldiiian. Mix Ifanriahtii Jamoa Hil-
ton. M.i\ Jar ilM n. Dr MtHTll" Kl-l-
mnn. Artie KravlU, Jack Kn-ii, Jos-
eph Kri-.-. I. Stdnex Lrfcourt,
A!-.. Mar*rmll Mtvak, Manuel l.u-
hel, Archie Mendelaon, Joxeph Nur. n-
i. ik. Samuel ttatrownky. Haruld Rein-
hard, Meyer Itnhhlii*, Henry Rneen- j
u.hi.n. Kdward Rubin, Mamuel s.-lmf- i
Per, Sum s. hi.i,. Arthur Hhaadloff,
Bert Sher, Norman stmlk, Robert
siriiii, Chariot '/.. Snrmtarn, Kdward
Syrop, Murra} Turetwky, Morton Va-
ret, Mel Warahaw, Mtttoti Waaman,
Irving w.iii. i. Sidney V/einer, Wil-
liam Welntraub and 1......iard \v..if
Strauss Vows
Friendly Pact
Continued from Pa/je 1-A
the controversial role of Wesl
German scientists in aiding
Egypt's weapons program.
He said he did not think much
of the West German scientists as
a factor in Egypt's rearmament,
asserting that in comparison to
what the United States could
supply West Germany and what
the Soviet Union supplied to
Egypt, the activities of the
scientists lagged far behind.
He said that the West German
scientists now working in Egypt
were of "the old school" and were
not in possession of the latest de-
velopments in the field. He said
that this information was obtain-
ed by him from West German
sources.
He agreed that the activities of
the scientists caused tensions in
the delicate Middle East area but
he insisted that their work did not
necessarily mean a change in the
military balance of power, in any
case, 'not in the near future."
He reiterated his statement, nev-
ertheless, that the West German
Government was discussing a law
to forbid West German scientists
from working on such projects as
missile development in countries
of a delicate area like the Mid-
dle East.
He also said that West German]
had "much interest" in Israel gen-
erally and in its security problems
specifically because any local
skirmish might develop into a
worldwide flareup. Therefore, he
asserted. West Germany had a
moral and political obligation to
understand Israels security needs
and to act accordingly. He did
not elaborate on this point.
He denied emphatically
charges published earlier in the
week that he had been connect-
ed, during the war as an artill-
ery unit commander at Schoen-
gau, with the murder of forced
laborers and prison* rv-of-war.
He said no or; was kilted in that
mrma except from bomb explos-
ions and other war activities.
He added that, contrary to the
charge* there had no*. b*at any
concentration camp near Schoen-
gau.
He conferred with Prime Min-
ister Ben-Gurion. Mrs Golda
Meir. the Foreign Minister, and
Peres. Details of the talks were
not disclosed.
Public protests over e UM(
abated shortly after St ar-
rived. However. Michae, Landau,
a Tel Aviv attorney, lodged an of-
ficial complaint with Tel ,\viv po-
lice, asking for Strauss' am -i
and trial during his visit. The
complaint included statements of
testimony of two Israelis who
charged that Strauss caused the
deaths in April 1945 of Je -. Poles
and other forced laborers and
Russian prisoners from Nazi ramps
near Schoengau where, ttK com.
plaint asserted, Straus- td servs
ed as commander of j ierman
artillery school. Ben-G ton said
in debate in Knesset, i-pceding
Strauss' arrival, that Wesl
German had never been i Nazi
Fowler at Musicians Cub
Musicians' Club of America,
Coral Gables Chapter, ill present
19 year-old pianist Ray viler in
a recital on Sunday 4 p.m.
Fowler is a scholarship student
81 the .luillard School o. ". ; New York City.
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Friday, Jua 7. 1963
T5'nai Sholom Elects
Merl as President
Judd Merl, local insurance exec-
utive, w;ll succeed Gerald Green-
field- 4b tua6idet .f. Sejnple
B'nai SJiclom during ceremonies to
be held at the Temple on Sun-
day.
Other;, to be in,talled are: Har-
ry Hirch, Sol Kamelhair, and
Isidore Weiner. vice presidents;
Arnold Goradesky. treasurer- Mrs
Howard Max. Mrs. Frank Green-
berg, Mrs. Paul NeeDelman, sec-
retaries.
Directors are: Stanley C. Gold
berg, Dr. Irwin Kurlzack, Seymour
London, Robert Oppenheimer, and
Mrs. Charles Persell. with Hyman
Fishman and Mrs. Miriam Walper
as alternates
Judge Milton A. Friedman, past
president of District Grand Lodge
5. B'nai B'rith, now serving as
chairman of General Solicitation<
*|1 the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Will officiate us installing officer!
Mrs. lierald Greenfield is chair
man.
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Mount Sinai Instructs
'mployees in Fire Hazards
ML Sinai Hospital is holding a
special 14 hour program, con-
cluding July 2, to instruct hospital
employees in the basic procedures
to be followed in. case of fire or
other types of disaster which may
affect the hospital, according to
Samuel GerUier, executive direc-
tor.
Although ML Sinai Hospital is
a fire proof building and has on
hand the latest equipment for fire
prevention, the hospital main-
tains an on-going program to pro-
vide extra precautionary informa-
tional and educational projects
for employees.
Opens low Office
Michael H. Salmon, attorney,
formerly of Cypen and Salmon, has
opened an office for the general
practice of law at 1150 SW 1st St
Miami 36.
Reception for Rabbi Wernick
H;ibbi llenr\ I; Wernick will
be honored by Temple Tifereth Is-
rael on Sunda) j; Mjn p.m. in the
social hall.
The reception will be followed
by a buffet dinner and a "Kibs and
lfo;ist" sketch v ill be presented
by members of the Sisterhood.

Norton Tire Opens
Lauderdale Branch
Norton Tire Company.the world's
largest B. F. Goodrich tire dealers
with 12 outlets in Dadc. Broward
and Monroe counties, opened its
newest and largest branch store,
al 1830 W. Broward Blvd., Ft.
Uuderdale on Wednesday.
The well-known I'allot family
iterprise was tonnded by Louis
allot, now chairman of the board.
in 1924 in a little tire -tore in
Dania.
Serving commercial and fleet
istomon as well as retail sales.
"Me eompany operates from main
1 Hices in Miam.. where the Pal
>ts also maintain a large B. F.
' "iidru-h retreadi:'*" plant.
Theodor's Open
Ice Cream Parlor
Theodor's. Greater Miami's new-
est dining spot specializing in ice
cream creation- will open on Sat-
urday. June l.i. at 2ooo Normandy
Dr.. in Normandy Isle
Proprietor of Theodor's. located
on the site of the former Pancake
House, is Ted Wresche. newcomer
to the area who now lives with
hi- family in Miami Shores.
A graduate of the University of
Maryland. Wresche served as as-
sistant manager for the Howard
Johnson chain in Maryland and
before coming to South Florida,
owned and operated a combination
ice cream parlor and restaurant
in Washington. D. C.
Theodor's Ice Cream, Inc.. will
have all new equipment with one
of the Soutli's largest soda foun-
tains, stainless steel kitchen equip-
ment, a carousel room for chil-
dien and private room facilities
for local organizations, free of
charge.
In addition to the ice cream
concoctions conceived by Wresche.
a complete line of sandwiches,
salads and beverages will also be
served.
The enterprising young owner
of Theodor's visualizes the spot on
the Miami Beach side of the 79th
St. Causeway a- the First in a
chain of such operations through-
out Florida.
USY Workshops Set
To Hear Rutchik
"Building Spiritual Bridges Be-
tween American and Israeli
Youth" w^U.be the major theme
of a UniteTSynagogue Youth con-
ference to be held at Temple
, Emanu-EI on Monday. Meeting
i will bring together teenagers, 14
to 17, representing youth groups
from throughout South Florida.
Afternoon workshop sessions,
starting at l p.m.. will be follow-
ed by a social hour, and a dinner
dance will highlight the evening
program.
Greeting will be extended to the
delegates by Rabbi Allen Rutchik,
regional director. United Syna-
gogue Youth, and Mrs. Alfred
' Stone, chairman, Temple Emanu-
j El Youth Commission.
A recorded message from Dr.
Irving Lehrman, who is in New i
York, will be heard.
USY members on the planning!
committee are Karen Adler, Marge
Freeman, Sandy Gewet, Johnny
Kaplan, Heidi Penchansky, Lee
Rosenhouse, Selma Schickman.
Robert Shevlin, Max Steingart.
Sam Steingart. Benjy stone. Mar-
line Zisquit.
Big Porterhouse
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and Cocktail Lounge located at i
8440 SW 132nd St. on So. Dixie!
Hwy. in Miami had a busy sche-i
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of many outstanding social events
and organization activities.
And one Saturday, the 18th,
candles flickered from every cor
ner of the dining place as six an-
niversaries and 12 birthdays were
celebrated. For Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Wexler it was silver wedding!
anniversary time, and a 40th hirth-'
day for Mr. and Mrs. J. Walker
of Perrine.
Mayor Richard Conley of Home-
stead marked his natal day at the
Steak House in the company of
Commissioner Hugh Long, but
both kept the reason for the cele-
bration a secret until much later.
Hillel B'nai B'rith Girls held a
belated Mother's Day celebration
and fashion show on May 19, and
50 couples attended a banquet
sponsored by the American Can-
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Friday. Tune 7. 1963
J$ar ^Aiitzvalt
George Cordon Kenneth Babbitt Robert CoUey Michael Deakter
Stanley Ktan
Saturday morning services on
June 8 at Tifereth Israel Congre-
gation will include the Bar Mitz-
vah of Stanley Kranz. Rabbi Hen-
ry R. Wernick will officiate.
Stanley is a student at North
Miami Junior High and his hob-
bies are boating, swimming and
water skiing.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kranz will
honor their son at the Oneg Shab-
bat on Friday evening, the Kid-
dush following the ceremony and
at a reception in the Seville Hotel
in the evening.
*
Robert Coffay
Dr. Irvins Lehrman will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Robert Cof
fey during services on Saturday
morning. June 8, at Temple
Emanu-El.
Robert is in the seventh grade
at Nautilus Junior Hish where he
is a member of the science club
and of the accelerated mathe-
matics class. His hobby is model
rockets.
Mrs. Coffey will honor her son:
at a reception in her home follow
ing the ceremony
Michael Deakter
Temple Judea will he the Bite
ot the Bar Mitzvah of Michael Al-
lan Deakter during services con-
ducted by Rabbi Mordccai Podet
on Saturday morning. June 8.
Formerly ;i student at the He-
brev Academy, the celebrant will
continue with his religious educa-
tion. !!< atten Is c iral <;
Elementary and i- a member of
Boy Scout Troop 616 Ho Is
ti re Nil in science and art an
de recreations include swim
min and boatui
Mr. and Mrs Max Deakter. uoo
Granada Blvd.. will host the Kid-
dush in their son's honor.
s *
Kenneth Babbitt
Kenneth Babbitt will be Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
June 8. at Voung Israel of Great-
er Miami during services con-
ducted by Rabbi Shermin Stauber.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bab-
bitt. 1031 NE 153rd St.. the Bar
Mitzvah is a student at North Mi-
ami Junior High where he is a
member of the school band. He
also studies music and his favorite
sports are baseball and swimming.
The celebrant will be honored
at a party given by his parents.
* *
George Gordon
Bar Mitzvah of George Gordon
w ill be celebrated on Saturday
morning. June 8. at Temple
Emanu-El. with Dr. Irving Lehr-
man officiating.
A seventh grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High. George plays in
the school band and is a member
of Little League Baseball.
Mr and Mrs. B. Robert Gordon
will honor the celebrant at a re-
ception in their home following
the ceremony.

Ross Bloomfield
Ross, son of Mr and Mrs. Irv-
ing Bloomfield. will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning'
services at Temple Or Olom on
June 8 with Rabbi Samuel April
officiating.
A seventh grade student at West
Miami Junior High, the celebrant
i- a member of the school band
and i~ an .Kir.o participant in the
athletic and scholastic program.
He will he honored on Saturday
and Sunday evenil
Education Leader
Names Full Staff
Bernard Friedland. chairman of
the education committee of Beth
Shirah. has announced the ap
pointment of Mrs. Jane Schulman
as director of the pre-kindergar
ten and nursery schools to open
in September in the new building
on 10th St. and 77th Ave.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will direct
the religious program. Cantor
Herman K. Gottlieb, the music de-
partment, and Mrs. Carol Cyna-
mon will supervise the school fac-
ulty and administration.
Assistants to Mrs. Schulman
will be Mrs. Lillian Stein and Mrs
Dena Parent, certified teachers
with experience of many years in
nursery and pre-kindergarten
schools in the Miami Community.
Reading readiness program to
prepare the children for admission
in the Dade County School System
will be offered and a full program
of Jewish holiday celebrations and
customs and ceremonies will be
part of the curriculum.
Registration is now open at the
Temple office. 11527 So. Dixie
Highway.
Deborah Levin
Deborah Ruth Levin will be Bas
Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
June 8, at Temple Beth Sholom
with Rabbi Leon
Kdonish officia-
ting.
A student of the
Tempie's c o n
firmation class,
5725. Deborah is
in the seventh
grade at Nauti-
lus Junior High
and her outside
interests include
drama and mu-
sic.
Dr. and Mrs
Leo Levin. 825
Fairway Dr., will honor their
daughter at a dinner dance for
her friends at the Eden Roc on
Saturday evening.
* *
Charles Simonson
On Saturday morning. June 6.
at Services conducted by Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz at Temple Ner
Tamid. Charles Smionson will be
Bar Mitzvah.
The celebrant is a Itudenl of
the Temple- Religious School and
Nautilus Junior High.
Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Simonson,
740 S. Shore Dr.. will honor then
son at a reception following the
ceremony.
Chaim Rose to Moderate ,
'People Speak' Program
'Exploring the World of Jazz''
will be the topic of The People,
Speak on Friday evening, in the.
\\a>hington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn 1234 Washington Ave.
Participants will be Larry Eden,
program director, WMVJ; Gene
Roy. band leader: Larry Iml.cr,
former disc jockey; Joel Meltzner,
musician.
Chaim Rose will moderate.
Beth Israel Youths
Attend N.Y. Meet
Sholom Strajcher. 3047 Prairie
Ave., will head the delegation rep-
resenting Beth Israel Congrega-
tion of Miami at the tenth annual
convention of the National Con-
ference of Synagogue Youth to be
held June 20-23 at the Pine View
Hotel in Fallsburg, N.Y.
The delegation will also include
Chaim Lauer, 2863 Fairgreen Dr.;
Melvin Lerner, 17101 NE 5th Ave.;
Joan Leon. 919 Michigan Ave.; Ar-
thur Levy, 8221 Crespie Blvd.;
Randy Makovsky, 3414 Prairie
Ave.; and Edward Zemel. 3121
Prairie Ave.
More than 600 teenagers from
all parts of the country are ex-
pected to atttend the four-day con-
clave of the NCSY. the youth af
filiate of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregation of America,
which serves 3.100 synagogues
throughout the United States and
Canada.
Richard Essen
Miami U Graduate
Passes Florida Bar
Graduate of the Univer-ity of
Miami Law School Richard Essen
has passed the Florida Bar exams
and will be sworn in on Friday.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Essen,
the young attorney has had a dis
tinguished academic an.1 servici
career while acquiring an educa
tion.
Listed in 'Who's Who in Ameri-
can Colleges and Universities,"
Essen won the Southern Mont
Court championship and out
standing speaker award of tin
*outh at a tournament held in Al
lanta in November. 1962.
He is State and Southern debat-
ing champion. State impromptu
speaker champion, and Moot Court
champion at the University of
Miami.
He has served as president ("
Southern Region. Tau Kappa pha, forensic honorary; Omega,
honorary fraternity for all frati rn-
ity members at the University of
Miami; and Tau Delta Phi, social
fraternity.
He is a member of O.D.K high-
est national honorary fraternity,
and of Iron Arrow, University of
Miami honorary.
As of this week, Richard will
join his father's law firm, now to
be known as Essen and Essen.
Deborah Levin
Asthmatic Chapter to Hear
Dr. Randolph at DiLido Hotel
Miami Beach Chapter. AMh
matic Children's Foundation, will
meet Monday evening at the Di-
Lido Hotel.
Dr. Jack Rudolph, author of "Al
IcrgiesWhat they are and What
to do About Them." will be guest
speaker Question and answer
period will follow.
Mrs. Jerry Resnuk will pre
side at a brief business meeting.
Yeshiva Honors Three
Three Florida residents. Mr.
and Mrs. Jack S. Popick of 5150
W. Bay Rd., and Harry Schumer
of 3 Island Ave.. will be honored
for their support to higher edu-
cation at the annual continence-
ment dinner of Yeshiva Univer-
sity to be held on Wednesday, at
the Essex House, in New York
City.
They are part of a group i : S3
national business and commui >
leaders who are receivil the
Heritage Award, it ua- anni .1
by Max Stern, dinner cl
and vice chairman of the i> ard f
trustees of Yeshiva University.
WE INSTALL
GLASS
FOR EVERY PI Ml POSH
STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS
furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and
Kesihering Our Specialty
L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS
136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363
Morris Orlin
Jacob Schachter's Yiddish Program
MONDAY thru FRIDAY 11:00 A.M. 12 Noon & SUNDAY 3:15 4:15 P.M.
On WEDR-FM 99.1 meg On Your FM Dial
Now on Radio Station WEDR-FM, a new FM Station, Mr. Jacob Schachter, for over 30 years popular Yiddish broadcast-
ing star, will enlarge his Yiddish program activities to a full hour daily. Mr. Schachter will also continue his broadcast-
ing on WMIE-AM, 1140, Sunday afternoons.
Yiddish radio in Miami has taken a great step forward with the enlargement of Mr. Schachter's program. Now, Miami and Miami Beach Jewish popu-
lation can hear the music they love every week day at 11:00 a.m. 12 Noon, Monday thru Friday and Sunday at 3:15 4:15 p.m. on WEDR-FM,
99.1 meg. on your FM dial "The Voice of the People."
For people who don't already have an FM Radio, WEDR has started a Charter Membership Club to which everyone can
become a member just by writing in for a membership certificate. This certificate, which is absolutely free entitles the
owner to purchase an AM-FM radio regularly $29.95 for only $19 95. The address to write to is
WEDR-FM Charter Member Club, 1448 N.W. 36th Street.


Friday, June 7. 1963
lr Hif nnrfrtfon
Page 11-B
Dr. Samvef Glvck, Civic leader
Posses Away af Age 86
Dr. Samuel A. Gluck, Miami
I Beach civic leader and humanitar
lian. died May 29 at the age of 86.
* retire*'lawyer.' sijrfebfi and
la licensed pharmacist. Dr. Gluck
came here 20 years ago from New
fork and lived at 2914 Alton Rd.
A veteran of the Spanish Ameri-
can War. Dr. Gluck served in the
Jew York State Assembly and lec-
tured at Bellevue Hospital in N.Y.
Founder of the Democratic Club
jf Miami Beach, he served as
president and president emeritus
jf the club. He was a member
of the Miami Beach Elks, an hon-
orary life member of the National
Jiological and Geographic So-
ciety.
Second .-cholastically when he
;raduated from Cornell University
Medical College, Dr. Gluck also
[had degrees from City College of
[New York, Brooklyn Law Univer-
Isity, St. Lawrence University,
.Baltimore University and Johns
^Tiokpins University.
He took many post-graduate
Icourse and received over 500 hon
[orary. plaques and awards during
lis lifetime.
Surviving are his wife, Anna:
Iwo .sons, Walter J. (Wally) ot
Miami Beach, and Sidney R. of
as Angeles; a daughter, Mrs.
Mildred Rogers of Miami Beach
|nd seven grandchildren.
Service- were held May 31 at
H' Miami Beach Elks Lodge tin-
ier the direction of Newman Fun-
|ral Home. Interment at Lake
lide Memorial Park.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
[am Shapiro, Attorney, Dies
Services for Miami Beach attor
ley Samuel Shapiro were held
lay 30 at Riverside Memorial
thapel. Alton Rd.
Shapiro, 51, who lived at 4325
kdams Ave., died May 28. He
tame here 40 years ago from
Massachusetts.
He wa past master of Hibiscus
Lodgfl of Masons, and had served
president of B'nai B'rith and
to Bayshore Exchange Club.
(-"Shapiro held membership in the
Shrine, Bayshore Golf Assn.. Flor-
ida and American Bar Assns.. Elks
and Temple Beth Sholom.
i Surviving are his wife, Annette;
Iwo daughters, Mrs. Maurice
Friedlaqd and Ellen; two sons.
larold and Alan; two brothers,
>r Arthur Shapiro and Herbert
lurevtitz, and a sister, Mr-. Li
Sunn.
TONE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 59761-B
In RE: Esl iii- til
HAN UALLEH
I 'i'1-l'JISi'll. I
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To All Creditor* and All ivi-.-m- Hnv-
Ing Claim* or Demand* Ag ilnsl Bald
!;.-1 :i I :
Von are hereby notified and requir-
ed to in. .-.iii ;m> claim* and demand*
which ion may have again*! iln-
estate ..r DAN QAL1 l l: deceased
late '.r <....u County, Illinois, i > the
County Judges nl Da.de County, and
file the name i'i duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their office* In the Coun-
t> Courthouse In Dade County, l"l..i-
Ida, iiiiin six calendar month* from
th< time of iln- firm publication here-
of, or tin- same will iii- barred
Dated .11 Miami, Florida, thl* 4th
day of June, A.I>. 1968.
DAVID IV 1 ATSMAN
Ancillary Administrator Cum
Ti Htamento \i pxo
MYERS. HKIXIAX. KAPLAN
ftcatsMAN
Attorney* for Ancillary
Adminliftator cta
11.10 S.W. l-l Slret, Miami. Ma
"-14-21-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 6136
JANET LOU1SK ni.KTZK.
Plaintiff,
Vel SIIS
HBRBKRT FREDKRtCK fiOETZE,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
V "i I', HERBERT FREDERICK
UloKTZK, 1470.". Sanford Avenue,
Flushing, Long Island. New Vork, are
notified i.i si re a copy of your an-
swer to Divorce Comiilnuit filed
again*) you on Plaintiff* attorney,
'JK'H'.iii: NICHOLAS. Sit N.W. 12th
Avenue, .Miami 16, Florida, and file
mil with Clerk of ilii- Courl on
or before .lulv li'ili. IMS, otherwise
icomplaint will I., confessed by you.
DATKD .1...... r.ih. 1963.
B. B. I.KATHRKMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Courl
B) "" P Copeland
Depot) Clerk
; T-ii-ji-i's
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 59756-C
In RK: Estate (
RUBIN SAO Kit
Pis eased.
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To All Creditor* and All Person* Hav-
ing Claim* i-r Demand* Against Bald
Estate:
Von are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present an) claim* and de-
mand* which you ma) have against
the estate of RUBIN SAOER de-
. ..- i late rf 1 lade Count). Pioi kla,
I to the County Judge* of Dade Coun-
II >. and file the Bame In duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.1H, Florida
[Statutes, In their office* iti the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
, iil.i. within si\ c ilendar month* from
the time of the first publii itlon here-
in the same Mill be baireil
Dated al Miami, I'loi la, thl* llh
i I.ii is SACKr.
A- A.In
First publii a i......( Ihl* notli on
I ih. Till il.i> of lini. !'
SIMl >N, HAYf ,v IIRUKDWKRC
it torn. Esi n Saiti r
...-.. i
Ml m ... Florida
K 7-1I-21-2S
Oli
i f ii j r i c *
..t
Us SIMA m:v
I dii Mil) Bhe
> I.......'"-
Bui \ l\ in-- i- a son,
a i thtir Ktoni n inn with
i \.i\ \ four daiurhtei -
- ., ; Kn -ks, Coral Gable*
. : Surloff, Mrs. Rose
m .in i li ii ii. and M -
: i. .. Miami. 10 grandchil-
and 12 great -grandi hUdreit.
- \ were Ma; '-'I in flordon
I |. in. *v i h Intel men! In
.i.i.
*
PEENBERG. Max, 77. of IIM-Hth
ill. .1 \hi) 80, ltl\ ersldi
OSHEN. .1 Ii 6 I 19th SI .
I Ma) 31. i;.nil..ii
Cbamer. Solomon, 17. of 1030 Ma-
Am iii. .1 May :'.i lordon
Passman. Abraham, 72, of I&31
Ave., died Mil) JO Rlvei
HCHMAN, Mis Pauline, 7-.. of 1004
ii-.iv.uiia Avi iiii-.i Ma> IS.
ARKELL, I.....nnr.l s :.:. .'f 760 N.
i. I i died M.i- :' Rlvi i- de ,
STEIN. Cella, *."., ..I 10(0 \'i: l'">lh
i died, Rl> erslde-Bi )el.
[ommissioner Hall to Speak
lMetra Commissioner Chuck Hall;
[ill be guest speaker at the in-1
lallation dinner meeting of the;
lade County Juvenile Council onj
|onday evening in the Miami
|i>man"s Club, 1737 N. Bayshore'
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones ara
source of very real
comfort to all*
/iiAMi s EXCLUSn/l It* il'.'l 'l*1'
rz {J/M///f
NO I ''" : '
M0 1-7693
SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS
MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS
Corporation Seals and Supplies
CHARLIE MERZ, Owner
IN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
No. 58848-C
in Re: ROTATE OR
ii MATVUC HAINM* >
l levoased
Ti. All Creditor* and All Person* Hav-
ing Claim* i.i Demand* Against ttald
Estate:
You, and each of yon, are hereby
notified and rwiulrud to present any
claims ami demand* which you, or
either of you. may have against the
estate "f MAI'TIi: HAUItis deceased
late .if Dade County, run-Ma. to the
Honorable County Judge* "f Dade
County, and fill- the same in their of-
fice* in tin- Count) Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within i-iulit
calendar month* from the date of the
fii-i publication hereof, Bald claim*
I demand* to contain tin- legal ad-
dress of tin- olalmanl and t.i lie *worn
to ami presented as aforesaid, or name
will be barred,
Dated June t. A.l>. 1963.
L>. J. .\iii.i.\i:i:
A* K-.i-.iii..r ..f the last Will and
Testament of Mattle Harris,
Deceused
BEN KS.scx. BBu.
I'.ll beybold Bldg., Miami :t:\ 11a.
Attorney f..r Executor
6 7-14-31-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 63C 6135
BEATRICE I1UILKOHD,
Plaintiff,
versus
IIKMLV OUILFORD,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ii i; HENRY ll'll.n>i:i >.
Address Unknown
YOU, HENRY cni.ii n:i>. are noti-
fied in serve a eopy of your answer
in Divorce Complaint filed against
you ..a Plaintiff* attorney, CiEoRtSE
NU-lliU.AS, ihl' \.w lith Avenue.
Miami :!;. Florida, and file original
with I'l.-rk uf tins Courl on or befon
July 10th, l**;::. otherwise complalnl
will be confessed by you.
DATED Jt..... rili. 1963.
E. H. LEATHERMAN
Clerk "f the Clrouil Court
By: C. P. Copeland
Deputy Clerk
6 7-1 l-L'l -L's
LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 5761
MARTIN PINE, PHILIP n H.K.MAX
and I'HAIU.KS K. UUTTltlKU.
Plaintiff*,
VBJ,
PRANK C. BARKER, ROBERT l>.
BARKER an.I JOHN fi BARKER.
msidual legatee* under tin- Last will
snil Testaiiuiii .if MARY E. BARKER,
deceased; K. A. 1'nTTKIt ami NELLIK
l'.KKl'.E, and if married their unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees,
assignees, llunors, creditors, trustees,
iir othfi claimants, rlalmlni; by,
through, under or against them;
ALL UNKNOWN PAHT1BH AND
CLAIMANTS, having or claiming any
light, title nr iritereal In or lii-n u|ion
tin- property involved in this cause<
I lefendants.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: PRANK C. BARKER, ROBERT
D. BARKER and JOHN C. BAR-
KER, residual legatee* under the
Last Will and Testament of MARY
E. BARKER, deceased; B. A.
POTTER and NELLIE BEEBE,
anil if married, their unknou n
spouses, If alive, and if iieud. all
unknown heirs, devisees, lega-
tees, grantees, assignees, llenors,
creditors, trustees, or other claim-
ants, claiming by, through, un-
der or against them;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDiOML CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 5763
HHIRLEY JOAN MIKELOKIM,
I'I* hit Iff,
.Ii I8EPH MIKKt.i iNIS.
i infiiiilaiit.
ORDER TO APPEAR
YOU, JOSEPH MIKKI.i iXIS. c/o
General Delivery*! Cleveland, Dtalo, ari-
Iii-niiy notified t" serve n copy of your
answer to a Complaint for Divori--
filwl against you by: KHIRLBY jkan
UIKELONIS, 803 Calumet Bldg., -Mi-
ami. Kla., anil file rhi- original with
the Clerk of thl* Court on or befon
the Isl day ..f July, 1963, otherwise u
decree pro uonfesso will be entered
agalnsi you.
Dated May -JT. I9B3.
R. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of i "ii >iiit <"11r_
(seal) i->: C. i' i'' ICELAND
Deputy Clerk
:. ::i, 6'7-H--.'l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59421A
IX RE: Estate i.i
JOSEPH SCHWARTZ
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Aii i:\k\.iwv .\ktii.-< mn To AU CretUtors and All Persons Hav-
i nuvis i ^'^ Claim* or Dnniand* Agumst s.i.i
( LaAIMANTS, having or i-lsimhu; ,..._?.. ,.
livn mSn tl,"" iln ."r.'v 'T.'.v' H '"I ^ not,f,<"J a,,d rc<,uir-
Inttals^ause. ..... Involved ,.,,,,,,...,., :in> claims and demands
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
by virtue of 'iiai>t<-i K71 of Pioiida
Statute* Annotated (1941), Ware-
housemen anil Warehouse Receipts,
wherein ACB-R.B. VAN LINES, INC.,
a Florida corporation) by virtue of it*
warehouse lien, ha* in its possession
thi- fiiUuwiiiu deserlbed property:
Household Goods As the property
of Itml M.-l "niialil. last known ad-
dress jut N. Dixie Drive, Dayton,
iihl.i, anil that on the Tth da) of
July, IMS, during the legal hour* of
*ale< mainly between 11:00 forenoon
and i:00 in the afternoon, at S1S6 x.w.
"Jlih Avenue, Miami. Florida, the un-
dersigned shall ..ii. i i'..i sale to the
highest bidder for cash In Man.I thi
the above described property of Kmi
McDonald, last known address :: 117
X. I'is:. Drive, Dayton, Ohio,
Dated at Miami, Florida, ilii.- Mli
daj i.i June, 1963
ACE-R.I1. VAN LINKS. INC.
___________________________________i^ 7-11
IN THE" COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 55227-B
IN RE; Estate of
NETTIE Kl'NKLE,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTR BUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE ii- 11i -. i > u I Veil [luil I have
flleil nn Klnal Rim '' and Pel
i mm, lliution and Final I'i- hai- ai
Administrator of tin estate of MET-
TIE Kl'NKLE, .!.....I and thai oi
iii, mil da) of Jum 1963, will appl)
tci tie Honorable. I'ount) Judite* ol
ade I'uunty, Florida, for approval o(
said Final Report and for distribution
.mil final discharge a* Vdmlnlstratoi
of the estate of t'.ii nbore-nnmed de-
cedent. This i.".i', da) of May, 1963.
CHARLES F KI'NKLK
SAN I ORD -M. 8W.CDL1N
Attorne)
l'.'.I Securit) Tin-: Bldg,
Miami. Florida
:, n-si, ii 7-ii
kksiuknck unknown,
YOU AND EACH OP YOU, listed
above, are hereby notified that MAR-
TIN PINE, I'llli.ll' i'i i|.K.MAN and
CHARLES K. IJOTTI.IKIS. have
brought u Complaint against you in
quiet title t.. tin- following described
property, situate, lying and being In
Dade County, Florida, to-wit:
l.i.l I", in Block l. i.i NORTH
HIGHLAND, according to the Putt
thereof, recorded in Plal Hook 7.
at Cam- 31, ..I ih. Public Record* ol
l lade County, Florida.
you are Hereby required to
*erve a copy of your Answer or other
defensive pleading to said Complaint
n Plaintiffs' Attorney, MANUEL
I.11IKI..
liiilldini.'.
14th Floor Had
Miami S2, Florida,
Fedt i.il
ml fUi
tt'hleh vi.u ma) have against the es-
tate "i JOSEPH SCHWARTZ, de-
;i-.il If......f Dnde County, Florida,
in the County Judges of Made Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
land a* provided In Section 133.16,
Florida Statutes, In their office* in
the Count) Courthouse In Dade I
ty, l-'lni ida. within six oalondur
month* from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 22nd
Idas "I May, A.D. 1963.
ROSE BFIRKoWITZ
Kn. cutrix
First publication "i iiiis notice on.
the I'tili da) of May, 1963.
SIMON, HAYS & i;ki vii\\ 1:1:1;
Attorneys for K\< uirix
lillllillllK. .Illailll .,-, I-Inl-ulii, ami I lie ,.",,,, \ iii-
the orlgiw..... same In il......Ylce of iSJ A'".7.'', J'"1;' "~
the Clerk of the above styled Court. "'- Florida
.r before the 2nd day of July, 1963; I
otherwise the allegation* contained
therein will be taken as confessed b)
you and a Decree Pro f'onfesMo will
be entered against you for the relief
prayed for in said Complaint.
I 'al. d Ma v L'7. 1!"i:'..
!:. It. LEATHERMAN,
I'd ri. of the 'iii-iiii Court
Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN,
Deputy Clerk
1 7-11-S1-S8
'81-31.
-It
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 5753
DBXTER I>. DANIELS,
a single man.
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARY EMILY SMITH, a k u
KM IKY s.Miill. formerly tin
wife of THOMAS SMITH, ami
Ii. :
613 N.E. 1st Ave.
FR 4-1034
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDiCIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 5586
THE WILLlAMSliURl! H
s.W'INHS BANK,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
ARTHUR CHAMBERS, a single man,
I lefendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Arthur Chambers, ;: single man
Tl W. 15th Sir.-.-I
New York "It). New Yoi i<
You are iniiiii notified that the
ihove i.ipiion.d action ha* been In-
stituted against y> m the Circuit
i .....i nl the 171.a .mli .ludi. i.il i 'ii -
cull of Florida III ami foi Hade Coun-
lj to foreclose a morntsfce U|m thi
following described real prop-rty:
I...i :: Biork IJ. SCOTT LAKE
MANOR, SECTION TWt>, acoordlni
to the Plal thereof, as recorded In
llai Hook 60 Page IS of the Public
Records of Dade County, Florida,
together with the foiinHinc Item* of
property which are located In and
permanently InstaUed ns a pnrt of
the iin|iro\ i iiii-nis on said land: l
Electric Buburban Oven, Model No.
RJ4, S.rlal No. TlJllij I Eleatric
Buburban Range, Model 684, Serial
No 84426; 1 i'.as Utility Central
Heat, Model N.. B 70, no serial
number: 1 Nutuiic Kltelnn Kxhaust
F.ui with Hood.
You are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff"* complaint with the
clerk of the aforesaid C.....i. and
nerve H COP)' thereof upon plaintiff's
attorne) MARTIN PINE, Hth Flooi
Dade Federal Bldg.. Miami 2. Flor-
ida, not later than .line 24, 1.....:. 01
;i Heir..' Pro Confeseo "ill be enter-
ed agalnsi vm.
Dated: May 21*L I9S1
17 B. l.i:\THi:i'MAN
Clerk of the Circuit Courl
(Beal) By: K. M LYMAN
| l| pill \ I '! k
MARTIN PINE
Attoi ne) for Plalntlfl
i nil i loor Had, r. di i.il i'.lit-
Miami 82, Florida
husband, If married
VIVIAN MARTIN, a "Ineli
....mall and MAURICE 13
WILLIAMS,
I I. lend.nits.
NOTICE TO DEFEND OR ORDER
OF PUBLICATION SUIT FOR
FORECLOSURE
Tl i M VRY KMII.Y SMI ill n '. i
I' W I I.Y SMITH. fill lie!
vm...... THOMAS SMITH and
-----------------. In oil hand, if
man-led fResldence I'liknowni
in,I nil unknow n pm ii. claim-
ing on) Inti reel b>. tin oukIi. un-
di r or ngu Insl each < ihei nl
Hi,- ah .\ mum il |mi i'i les who
muv bi dead or i not know n
lu lie dead oi alive.
YOU, AND BACH .OF YOI',
hereb) notified that a Complain! i u
Foreclosure ol Mortgage hn* beei
.d against you, and you in r. ipi r-
. .1 io s.ia.' a cop) of your Answer or
Pleadings to the Complaint on the
Plaintiff* Attorney*. KESSLER .V:
l'.iil'ZIN. SOtl Brickell Avenue, Miami
::\l. Florida, and file the original Ans-
wer or I'leadlnu in il.....fflce of the
ci.-rk ni iln circuit Court on or before
.1 nl> I, I'.".:: if you fall to do *o,
judgment b) di fnull ill be taken
iKalnsi you foi the relief demanded
in iln- Complaint,
Thi dest rip >o i ol the :>' r-
t\- pro.-e. de.l agalnsi Is: l.oi :"-
Itlnck ::. of BRi AI Mi R M *N< 'it,
according to the pi il then of. n -
.....i.d in ri.it Book 50, al l"age :'".
of Un- Public Record* of Hade
Count) Ploi ii
Tins notice shall lie publish* i once
each w.-.k for four consecutive week*
in the JEWISH FLORIDI \ S
DONE \M' ORDERED at Miami,
la.i.' County, Florida, this 24th tin)
,.i Ma). a I'.. IMS.
17 B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of thi i "Ircult Com t
l >a is.ali B) : C P, COPELAND
Deput) Clerk
:, si, ; 7-ii-l'i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKKKIiY tllV'EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
busines* under the fictitious name* ol
I- I. \i;I.Kit SURPLUS 8TORFJ, ARMY -
NAVY SURPLUS FLAOLBK STORE
at IT!'* West Flagler Street, Miami,
Hade County', Florida Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of l'a.ie County, Florida.
NATE BCHULBERO I0K
SH1BI.KY SCHULBFJRO :"'
RICHARD BCHULBERO
ALAN ^1 SCIIl'l r.l7Kli L'ie.
5 SI, 7-14-11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 59451-B
In Re: KSTATK OF
BKARN1CE ALLEN
I ieoeosed
To ah Creditor* ami All Pers.ma Hav-
ing Claims or Domunils Against said
Bstnte:
You ami each of you, ore hereby
notlfiid and re.piiied to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of r.KAUNU'K ALLEN di -
ceased late of Dude County. Florida,
to the Honorable Count) Judges ol
Hade Counti. and file tin same in
th.ir offices in the Count) Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within *lx
calendar month-- from the date ot the
flrsl publication hereof, Bald olalm*
or demands to contain the legal ,i
dres* of the claimant and i>. he *worn
I., and prevented as aforesaid, or sa'.iu
will be barred.
Dated Ma) 21st. A.D 1913
I'i (INSETTA BRA I 'SHAW
A* i:.\.. Unix of the l.a-i Will and
I'.- ament of BFSAKNICE ALLEN
I......-..I
BEN BSSEN, i:-i
Attorne) ,,-i I7\, cutrix
till I s. > hold Bldg., Mian Fla.
.". :' i
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKHP.l HIYEN I
the undei signed, il-slrln* to i nii :
in htisiiu undi r iln fiei ii
nl Fl >Nli-SHA-NtH>.\"S CHINA
at numbei I627il W Dixie Hw> In
the it) of Noi ill Mi hi i Beach, II r-
ida intends to rvglstei tl" *a d
w .iii iln- Clerk of Hi, i ii, in
of Dade County, Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, Ihl
das of May, IMS
CHIN VRAM \. IN '.
By Ah in I Hi hak, Presl nl
Ruin-: t E. VVIIln. i. Si > i'h.is.
MYERS, HEIMAN, KAPLAN
& VTSMAN
1150 S.W, Isi Sir, i
Miami. I 1-.int.
Kenneth M. Myers
Al loi n. v loi Applieallt
:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKiir.r.Y OIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlns ti ensagi
in business under the flctltlou* name
,f CHBTKKR VAN & BTORAflE CHI
at 9100 N W -"'ih CI Miami, Put m-
tend* to register said nami lth the
ci.rk .a iii.' if. mi "pun of Dade
Count). Plot Ida
l ll MARTIN
Sod i '" n. '
I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to etigagi
in business under the flct llou* na m
of PERMAN A CO at 1 In I Ains,. .
BulMIng, Miami. Florida, intend t I
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Courl of Dade County,
Florida.
ROBERT I. FFIRMAN
IMA BAYLIS
EVELYN CLARK
i:i:\ \ STERX
HERBERT sciiu in'/ri:
ROBS, BTAMER, WOLF .. HAFT
Attorneys for Firman & Co,
122 I7asi 12nd St., New York Ci:v
S 24, SI, 1 7. 11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in busines* under the flctltlou* name
f PARADISE TENNIS OF FLORIDA
at 21S N.K 2nd Ave. Miami. FJa., In-
tend* to register said name with the.
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JEROME KlMl'-AI.I.
Sole owner
:. 24, (1, r. 7. 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni TICK IS HERFHIY lilYI'.N that
the undersigned, deslrlns to engage
In business under the flctltlou* nam<
of MALEBRO REALTY CO., at B4M
West Mli Ct., Hlalenh, Fla Inti ml
to register said name uiiii the Clerk
of the Circuit Courl of Dade County,
Florida
ANDREW MA1.ATESTA. Jr.,
. BENJ v.MN M VLATESTA,
PAUL M U.ATESTA,
i iwni r*
VNOELO \ M.I
Al torni for i> aer*
:. :'i SI. 6, T. 14


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Friday, June 7, ;$y.
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KOSHER MADE
Ground Beef
98c 2 lbs
EXTRA BONUS 25 FREE STAMPS
Ground Chuck
69c b
EXTRA BONUS 25 FREE STAMPS
OUR OWN
KOSHER MADE
Shoulder or Cross Rib
ROAST
89c b
EXTRA BONUS 25 FREE STAMPS
FRESH
KOSHER MADE
PAN READY
ZION CUT-UP
CHICKEN
(WITH RIBS)
CORNED BEEF
69c ib
Ground Steak
9S b
? EXTRA BONUS 25 FREE STAMPS
LEAN TRIMMED
FLANKEN
PRICES EFFECTIVE TIL June 14
Breast
59c ib.
Leg or Thighs
59c ib.
Necks or Backs
19< ib
TIME SAVING- WORK SAVING- MONEY SAVING
Z,10tS
KOSHER
POULTRY A
THE /
MARK OF ?
QUALITY!'.
SOLD EXCLUSIVELY T
AT
FOOD FAIR
KOSHER MARKETS
Souafy
::
'%a44et
MEAT AND POULTRY
UNDER THE STRICT & CONSTANT SUPERVISION OF
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN.
WE SELL
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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
I
BROILERS
33<|b
ROASTERS
39c ib
(3'j LBS. AND OVER)
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
FREEZER SPECIALS
CUT AND WRAPPED
FOR THE FREEZER
AT NO EXTRA CHARGE
Ribs of Beef
69c ib
30 35 R. AVO
EXTRA BONUS 100 FREE STAMPS
Beef Forequarters
49c b
150 175 LB. AVC.
EXTRA BONUS 100 FREE STAMPS
Breast of Beef
89c ib
10- 12 LB. AVO.
EXTRA BONUS 50 FREE STAMPS
FRESH
KOSHER MADE
PAN READY
ZION KOSHER
POULTRY
BROILERS
49c ib
ROASTERS
49lb
PULLETS
49< *>