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The Jewish Floridian ( May 15, 1964 )

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*.1V. oman s lM.rU "(Jewish Floriidian Miami, Florida. Friday, May 15, 1964 Section B -* lude Pepper, speaker at recent Florida Region of Haceremonies, congratulates Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz upon ction as president. L6ng-Time Leader To Head Florida Unit braid P. Soltz, of Miami, K elected president of the %  t-egion of Hadassah. com %  nearly 10.000 members ^bapters. including Puerto Mr*.. Solt/ one of the youngest rfcer to assume the office. ^kd as president ol I he thorn Re'.:ion ol Junior IhidaAs a result "I her service received a Jewish Agency scholarship to attend a Summer in Israel Institute in \<):e Umbras founder president ol Kaomi Group of Iladassah. president ot the Miami Chap Hadassah. and haserved the Florida Hcsion of Iladassah lor ,\er ten years. She serves as clu'.rman of the South Florida lonis* Youtli ('innmission and is mtly co-chairman of the em Zionist Youth I'ommiswhich lovers nine slates ;. Solt/. helped originate and s an active member ul the Com for lamp Judaea in lleninville, N.C.. supported by Hadassah and the Zionist Organization Of America She haserved as president ot District 5. B'nai B'rith Women, and is presently a vice president of Jewish \ ocational Service and a vice president of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations. Other officers elected to serve for the new year are vice presidents. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, of Miami Beach; Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, of Miami; Mrs. Irving Wei-sman, of Tampa; Mrs. Buddy Lcvine, of Merritt Island; and Mrs. Morton Silherinan, 'of West Palm Beach. Mrs Marshall Kent, of Clearwater, is recording secretary; Mrs. Earl Brown, of Hollywood. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Jack Reznik. of Tampa, treasurer; and Mrs. Avner Lewis. Or lando, parliamentarian. Elected delegates-aj-large are Mrs. Fred Jona oi Miami Beach; Urs Joseph Milton. Of Miami; Mis.Marguerite Marx, ol Miami Beach; Mrs. Lester Wishnatzki, of Lakeland. Mrs Oscar Sindell. ol Ft. Lauderdale; and Mrs Hyman Roberts, of West Palm Bench Harmony Body Installs Ladies Newly-elected officers of Harmony Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women, were installed on Tuesday evening at the Dora! Beach Hotel. Mrs. Jeanne Feldman served as chairman ol the day In ceremonies conducted by Mrs, All red Reich, immediate past president BBW District 5, the following officers were installed: Mrs. Jack Dernis, president: Mrs. Jack Cohen, Mrs. Yetta Rosenkrantz, Mrs. Henrietta Fine. Mrs. George Ginsberg, vice presidents; Mrs. Florence Lederman. financial secretary Entertainment featured the liar monettes in an original skit written and directed by Mrs. Harvey Michaelson. Mrs. Abe Rosenthal and Mrs. Selwyn Willis. Mrs. Alvin Levenson receives the gavel of presidency of the Sisterhood of Temple Or Olom at tri-installation ceremonies from Mrs. William Seidman, outaoina presidpnt. Celebration also marked the installation of Temple and Brotherhood officers, with Rabbi Samuel April officiating. downtown miami only ISABEL GRCVE .". Helen Sparber. of the H Hotel, leaving for Mem -^ p] Tenn and Bar Mitzvah of arid son Michael Sparber Enony and < .-lebration planB ni-xl weekend culminat with a 1 i -..! %  family dinner the Pea body Hotel in Mem R Son Of Dr. and Mrs. Hparber. the celebrant is >nior honor student gradual Byline • Before return: in the fall, Helen will a jaunt to New York lere she has many defends and lots of relaf The glamorous grand is a vice president and ^ %  nhership chairman ol the %  Home for the Aged, H*s Auxiliary, and can also Hited on to help whenever fteeded by the Hebrew Technion. Temple El Sisterhood. American (Congress and Iladassah f '• trip back home to the bast for Mr. and Mrs. rankel who were on tour live in California jing from Israel, the ArJiells, of 15870 NE 13th Mil stop off in Briarchff Manor. NY., to celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of their grasdson. Michael, son cf Dr. and Mrs Martin Knell The Knells and the Abe Ehrenreichs. of 16901 NE 6th Ave.. who spent the Passover holidays together in Israel, are all active members of Beth Torah. Confirmation of granddaughter Lisa Benson at Beth Sholom on Saturday has brought Mr and Mrs. Samuel Victorsohn from Bronxville, NY., for a stay at the Doral Daughter ol Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Benson. Lisa is a ninth made student at Nautilus Junior High ... Dr. Benson is pathologist and director of Laboratories at Mt. Sinai Hospital Another confirmand, Adrianne Forrest Greene, also of Beth Sholom class 572-4. will be happily surprised when favorite Uncle Leonard Marshall arrives horn New York to celebrate the occasion with her He's the brother of Mrs. Jerome (Isabel) Greene Daughter of the Jerome Greenes, Adrienne will be graduating from Nautilus Continued on Page 6-B THE GRADUATION GIFT THEY'LL LOVE: WORLD'S SMALLEST TRANSISTOR PHONORADIO plays 33 1 3 and 45 rpm records, picks up all major radio stations and it's only 8 inches long! 39.95 • earphones • battery and carry case included • safe and shockproof It's amazing! This tiny new unit is a complete phonograph and radio combined in a pocket-size white plastic case! Take it to the beach, play it around the pool use it anywhere! 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I Ax I on ri; pi la te el 01 C< Fage 2-B lewis* ncridfor FridQ yMay || AJCongress Women's Divisions Will Install Officers Jointly on Tuesday X*i Mrs. Irvine Kaplan will he chairutive vice president \\ tt man of the installation luncheon S. Cohen; corn -ponriin| "i Division, tary. Mrs Louis Kaplan *** Slhir of the Florida Women g IMVIMWI, iuiy. .nrs. uoins Kaplan American Jewish Congress, on ing secretary. Isabels Tuesday noon at the Embers Resfinancial secretary, \ lr taurant, ? oth: treasurer, Mrs Ceremony will be conducted by Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, director of Southeast Council. Cnion of t>'< American Hebrew Congregations. Jack I) Cordon, vice president. A.VC Southeastern Region; and a member of the Board of Public Instruction ol Dade County, will bring greetings Irom the national organisation. Following the installation, a musical program will be presented by thr Louise Wise Octet unBaum. Miami, prei mer Janko. vice dames Victor R< un, Loan Gold: tary. Mrs Mt| 'its. ^ "' lrv '"• at the Algiers Hotel, when Mrs. Lawrence Silverman took the office of presidency for the : urth time. The new addition to the Jack Honor Certificate At Beth Kodesh Certificates of honor will be resented during closing exercises of Beth Kodesh Congregation Hebrew and Susday schools to be held on Sunday at 10 a.m. Theme for the confirmation .. rcmony fo be held Sunday | evening at 8:15 p.m.. will be "A Tribute to Israel." Confirmands will receive certificates and Bibles from Charles Hablow. congregation president. ..net Mrs. Joseph Rambam. Sisterhood president. Chairman of the congregation's nnual picnic to be held on Sunday, May 24. is Mack Libman. The all-day event at Crandon Park, pit 4. lot 2, will include athletic games and refreshments. Ablin Memorial Building at Douglas Gardens was undertaken and completed (luring Mrs. Silverman's presidency in which the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary has played a major role in raising funds. The Home is now able to accommodate 12."> additional residents. A Hubbard Tank costing (11,000, used for physical therapy and installed in the Mollie and Sol Silverman Physical Therapy Boom, has already been paid for. In addition to completing the Auxiliary's pledge ol $35,000 i" ward the construction ol the new addition The Auxiliary's regular monthly contribution ol $1,000 toward the maintenance ol the Home, plus special contributions, such ..eye medical services lo residents, monthly birthday and special holiday parties, tickets for concerts and opera performances at the Miami Beach Auditorium, and annual boat rides, are all services rendered by the Women's Auxiliary under the guidance and leadi1 ship of tiie president and the various pro-ram chairmen. der the i.iti Women's Division slate is head,..l b> Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer. president for a second term; vice presidents, Mesdames Jack Shapiro. Irving Kaplan. Leon Stein berg and sain Penchansky. recording secretary. Mrs. Gertrude Mogul; corresponding secretary; Mrs Jeanette stern; treasurer, Mrs Benjamin Kamcn Officers ol the four chapters of I hi Women's Division are Blscaym president, Mrs Leon .id Sidersky; vice presidents. Mesdaines Sj Reese, William Brown; recording secretary, Mrs .Urry Dudell; corresponding secretary. Ruth Lecinson; parliamentarian, Mrs Albert Zuekerman. Louise Wise, prestuent, Mr-. Joseph Albuquerque vice presidents, Mesdames Louis Cohen. M^ Sam R Ml Anne Frank Unit Elects Officers Installation ol office B nai B'nih Women, Anne Fran Chapter 1042. will he held at luncheon Tuesdaj noon at ••. EVerglades Hotel Incoming exi cutivi 1964-1965, are Mesdamei Sanders, president. Harry K !: man. Female Srebremk, MM Greenherg. Moe Miller ulonts: Jack Talles, Mary Siegendorf Ann AldM Abe Levine, secretaries; Haiti Feinberg, historian; Alired \Ut| guardian; Ben Fnedenn, s*nlii [ Tena Katz. parliamentarian; D| id Shwiller, couiueiar; Lroocnl Curtice. Abe Katz, Jerome Lt;r I Sain Herder. Joseph White; exectrustees. NEW f/tom KRAFT WHIPPED CREAM CHEESES TH1T SPREAD LIKE 1 THE Hospital Gets Radios Veterans Hospital in Coral i;ahlrs has received two radios donated by Mrs. Freda Cohen and Mrs. FlOra Rifkind through the Ladies" Auxiliary of the Henry H. Cohen-Surfside Bay Harbor Post 723 in memory of Henry liersh. Pastrami? QmmQkm t wrthtarte-tBasingcWves! Nothing goes with a good meal like TetleyTea! Because Tetley is bright and bracing as the finest, tastiest tea should lie-a favorite in Jewish homes since 18.'t7. BULK. BAGS AND INSTANT f-'**1 WHIPPED TO FLUFFINESS SO IT SPREADS EVEN WHEN REFRIGERATOR COLDI ; with saftry onions! with zippy pimento! with spicy ta'aro TETLEY K on the package means Kosher CertHlaf Kosher an3 Parve 6/ Rabbi Jacob Cohen delicate fresh feiry flavor • %  • • NOW IN YOUR GROCERS DAIRY CASE • • It just swishes onto bagels, bread and crackers...right from 1 the refrigerator! 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Friday. May 15, 1964 *Jewlst Meridian Paqe 3-E 23F ^^^Br*'" i %  i v >^ RL '3 Jw iV" Beach JWV Plans Mesivta Benefit Heritage—Americanism and Jud ism." Jewish War Veterans Post and 1828 Alton Rd.. on Thursday even Winner will receive a plaque. Auxiliary 330 of Miami Beach will ln 8. -^ay 21. Chairman lor the post is Irv present a bejiefit card party lor Award will y'+o the winner of iiK Couperman. .Mrs. Minn Mesivta Hiyh School Scholarship an essay contest sponsored by the Hopen is chairman of the functn Fund at American Legion Hall, post and auxiliary, "My Twofold for the auxiliary. MRS. WAtWt fALK Beth David Ladies In Chai Luncheon Some 250 women attended the lleth ^David Sisterhood Chai donor luncheon recently in the Fontaine Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel. "How Beautiful Our Heritage— My Cup Runneth Over" was theme for the day. English bone china %  upa and saucers were given each guest Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiritual leader of Belh David, was ^uest speaker. Musical entertainment completed the afternoon's program. Donor Luncheon Committee was leaded by chairman. Mrs. Morris Rabinow itz. Co-chairman w a s rs. Walter Falk; secretary, Mrs. urray Marcus. Members of the .committee were Mrs. Harry Zuckerm jr.. Mrs. Herman Goodman. ilrs. John Strunin. Mrs. Seymour apian, Mrs. Max Rosing and irs. Murray Dacks. Mrs. Louis Seitlin is Sisterhood resident. ms. monfiis RABiNowni Donor Luncheon Wednesday Joint installation and donor luncheon for Greater Miami Chapter of Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at Denver is slated for Wednesday noon at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Stephen Contos is incoming president, succeeding Mrs. Lena Weiner :ial Singles Dance A night club show and dancing Fto a live band will be included in 'the affair on Saturday night at the Shelborne Hotel sponsored by Tl'nai B'rith Social Singles. Bonnie Cypen Stars in Musical A musical production of Cinderella will star Bonnie Cypen in the leading role, Michael Ziegler as the prince, and Fran Belous in the part of the fairy godmother on Tuesday. Presented by the Academy of ] Drama and Modeling for the North 1 Beach Elementary PTA, the two' act. four-scene production will be performed at 4 and 7:30 p.m., in the school auditorium. Directed by Jay W. Jensen with | a cast of 30, Trudy Chandler is producer and Perry Lee Amazon, music director. Specialty num. jbers include vocals, dancing and I baton twirling. Cast in supporting leads are ; Jane Cook, Lee Rosenhouse, Bon! nie Ziegler, Pearl Gross, Diana ; Mazel, Cathy Goldstein, Lauren Grossman, Sindy Harris, David Kulok, and Ira Chandler. Gals On the Go Need Milk Gals O n the Go Need Milk Gals On the G o Need Milk Gals On the Go Need Milk Gals On the Go Need Milk G als On the Go Need Milk Gals On the Go Need Milk Gals On the Go Need Milk Gals On the Go Need IV [ilk Gals On the Go Need Milk Ga Is On the Go Need Milk Gals On t VY COO SOUTH FJ.0ll>A <64 CERTIFIED KOSHER BY RABBIS CHARLOP AND REICHMAN one cup of liquid) corn oil. Anotlttr Fine Prodmt ul SI.IIH1.IIU Br.uids Lowest in Saturated Fat of the nation's leading margarines If your doctor lias suggested a diet low in saturated fat. this is something vou should know: Delicious Fleischniann's Margarine is ideal for low saturated fat diets main doctors recommend. Of the nation's leading margarines, Fleischniann's Margarine is lowest in saturated fat. Reason? The only oil in Fleischniann's is 100^ golden corn oil with almost one cup of pure liquid corn oil in every pound. And scientific research indicates liquid com oil such as used in Fleischniann's helps reduce the saturated fat content of your diet. Fleischniann's Margarine also comes Unsalted. It's ideal for lowsodium diets, or for those who prefer a sweet spread. Look for Fleischniann's Unsalted (Sweet) Margarine in your grocer's frozen food sett ion. Ask your doctor about delicious Fleischuiann's Margarines. Both maigarmjs sold on Welt Coast in familiar Cuba form. Fleischniann's AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING CORN OIL MARGARINES



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Page 4-B +Je#l$* fhrkHarj Friday, Mcv 15 1964 -9 e [ u l< d. ai rj M E hn 1 1! n {> t f n F Mildred G. Bellin Cooking Corner 0 .Each year as we observe Sha-1 SUOth, the festival that ended the weeks of the spring grain harvest in ancient Eretz Yisroel, we celebrate the giving of the Torah on ; Ht Sinai, and we read the Book Of Ruth, so much of which is a I beautiful word-painting of the harvest of Biblical days. We fill our | synagogues and homes with love-: ly green plants, and throughout the holiday we eat dairy foods, a custom so ancient that no one knows the real reason for it. Our i Jewish people throughout the world have many different dishes Which they feature at this time. Since this is such a festive occasion, the "milchig" foods prepared are the one we consider our finest, and from among them we can select many delightful combinations with which to vary our menus. For this Shavuoth. our choices were suggested by favorites of Jewish families from different European countries. French in in is the puree, delicate in flavor yet of so beautiful a color it is properly called "Golden." additional richness we can make it with half-and-half as the recip su esti This 1a fairly thick soup, and can be thinned with additional milk if desired. Our "Golden Puree" is equally good hot or cold. Gcfilte fish is prepared in so many ways that a whole chapter' could be devoted just to describing them. For this meal we have a loaf, less familiar to us than the customary balls, but unusually delicious with its addition of butter and almonds. Like the soup, this loaf is equally good hot or cold. It can be served as an appetiser, or as part of the main course as suggested in the menu. Instead of our customary cheese blintzes or kugel we have Cheese Stuffed Peppers, a specialty of the Bulgarian cuisine. The cooking of the Jewish people of Bulgaria was considered truly superior. The entire menu is particularly appropriate for this year, when shavuoth begins on a Saturday evening. Most of the meal can C loked well in advance and served cold. However, ii we wish to have this meal for Sunday evening, the food could all be thai day and served hoi. A Menu for Shavuoth Wine for Klddush Twii Small bowls of honey Golden puree (Cream of carrot and potato soup) Cefilte fish loaf Cheese stuffed peppers Asparaj Tossed salad of lettuce, scalllons and cucumbers Fresh strawberries and pineapple cup Cookies or Sponge Cake Coffee or Tea e e • Golden Puree (Cream of Carrot and Potato Soup) 1 tablespoon butter 1 large onion, minced 2 large potatoes, peeled and diced 2 large carrots, peeled and diced 1-4 teaspoon white pepper IV4 cups water M teaspoon salt 2 cups hot milk or half-and-half 1 tablespoon chicken flavored instant parve soup mix Paprika to garnish In a 4-quart saucepan melt the butter over medium heat, add the onion, and cook until transparent but not browned. Add the potatoes, carrots, water, and salt. bring to a boil, then cook, cover cd. until very tender Press through a sieve or food mill, or puree In a blender Return to the saucepan, and add the milk 11 hal tl e pi p 11 r SIT until verj but do nol boil. 1 sh more -alt and | Serve tl with rnish. Tt Use the half-and-half if an extrarich puree is. desired. Gefilte Fish Loaf 2 lbs. filleted mixed lish 1 large onion, peeled 1 2 eup blanched almonds 1 tablespoon very soft butter 2 tablespoons matzo meal 2 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon salt 1 8 teaspoon black pepper 2 egss 1 2 cup water Select a mixture of fat and lean fish such as pike, whitefish, and, trout or carp. Remove the skin. as well as the bones, and; have the fish weighed after it is filleted. Put the fish, onion, and almonds through a food grinder twice, using the medium blade. Work in the butter. Add the matzo meal, sugar, salt, pepper, and' eggs, and beat until thoroughly blended. Gradually stir in the water. Grease a 9 x 5 x 3 inch loaf pan well, and coat it evenly with additional matzo meal. Pour in the fish mixture, and bake at 350 degs F about one hour and a quarter, until firm and lightly browned, it the loaf is died to the top, place a -hallow pan un,,.1 little of the liquid maj cook over I'nmold, and serve either hot or chilled, u.i into slices \s a mam dish, allow two sluefor each por%  %  Cheese Stuffed Peppers • (I %  %  2 eggs 1 lb. creamed cor;,. Qh 1 tablespoon mine* ],„ r ,| 1 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon bla pper 1 2 cup thorough)) .r;„ned a. ned tomato, cut mall Dairy sour crean; Cut the peppers wise, remove all : %  .. .^ stem, and the whit, nomhr' a „ Put the shells int. boS^S and boil hard for „ e ^ Drain at once and ex 1 i n LDg bowl soak the | read in £ milk until soft, then mash smooth. Cook the onion m \ tablespoons of the butter until MI but not brown. Add •„ the brew Add the eggs and beal until blended. Press the cheese throng;! 1 sieve into the bn,,d mixture then add the parsley -alt p^.' and tomato. Beat until ihoront ly blended and fill the ju.pl shells with the mixture, in j shallow greased baking dish place the shells side by • .,. an( j c j 0


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Friday. May 15. 1964 -Jew 1st noric/ian m : ederation of Jewish Women Elects Irs. Irving Lehrman as President Page 5-B Mrs. Irving Lehrman has been om mated to serve as president the Federation of Jewish omen for the coming year, it as announced by Mrs. Sidney Irandeis Women Ian Installation Louis D. Brandeis Women's Club having an open installation of Officers on Saturday, 7:30 p.m., the Lyceum. 25 Washington ve. Arthur Burrell will be inallation chairman and master ol n monies for the evening. Next project Of the club will be sponsor a "Volemetron," an allansistorized automatic instruent for determining blood vol|me, for the Pathology Departent of Variety Children's Hostal. William Taylor, administrator Variety Children's Hospital, d Mrs. Taylor, Dr. Michael vilacqua ar.d Dr. Edward Blum 11 be honored guests. A program of musical entcrtain*nt will be presented, and rc%  eshments will be served. Slate of officers to be installed headed by Mrs. Mary Schuldinpresident; Mrs. Emanuel Settick, vice president; Mrs. Lena jyoda, trea-jrer; Mrs. William ierman, recording secretary; |rs. Celia baacs, corresponding ecretary, pro-tern; Mrs. Arthur t-urrell, chaplain. Also Mrs. Philip Loeb, sunshine; HBrs. Nat Friedman, publicity; •trt. Hannah Leavy, telephone; fvlrs. Faye Sateberg, board chairman; Mrs. Wolfe Gewanter, hosHitality; Mr:.. Gert Susskind, card pj-rty; Mrs. Frieda Dickens, •wards chairman. Lewis, chairman of the Nominating Committee. In addition to Mrs. Lehrman, whose husband is the 1964 Cambined Jewish Appeal campaign chairman, the following slate has been selected: Vice presidents, Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Mrs. Milton Green and Mrs. Alfred ; Reich; recording secretary, Mrs. | Trudy Hamerschlag; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Sol Silverman; and parliamentarian, Mrs. Sidney Lewis. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz will preside at the annual installation luncheon of the Federation of Jewish Women, which will take place at the Carillon Hotel, Silver Chimes Room, on Thursday, June 4, at noon. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, current president of the Federation cf Jewish Women, announced that in addition to the installation, a highlight of the luncheon will be a special program in tribute to Phi Sigs Meet Here for National luncheon are Mrs. Sol Goldstein, program chairman, Mrs. Larry presidents of The Jewish'women's I Friedland arrangements chairorganizations of Greater Miami. I man; and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, Helping to plan the installation attendance chairman. Fraternity women from all parts of the United States will assemble beginning Thursday, May 13, through May 16 as the National Executive Board of Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority meets at the Algiers Hotel. The assemblage will be presided over by national president, Dr. Florence Denmark, New York City. Other Supreme Council members attending are first grand vice president, Mrs. Robert Rosen, Miami; second grand vice president, Mrs. Howard Olansky, Los Angeles; third grand vice president, Mrs. Paul Kaplan, Seattle, Wash. National secrctaary, Mrs. Joseph Klein. Coral Gables; executive secretary, Mrs. George Perctzman, Worcester, Mass.; national treasurer, Mrs. Nathan Garf inkle, Philadelphia; national l'anhellenic Council delegate, Mrs. Arthur Markowitz, York, Pa.; and national field secretary. Miss Claire Hirsch, San Francisco. Local members present are Mrs. Victor Reitcr, Coral Gables, national philanthropy chairman; Mrs. Jerome Adelman, Miami, National Housing Committee; Miss Audrey Borok, Pcrrine, Greater Miami Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae president; Miss Barbara Kulick, North Miami, division president; and Mrs. Marvin Lewis, South Miami, National Philanthropy Committee. The annual gathering will conelude on Sunday with a luncheon for national and local Phi Sig*. The program will be given by Beta Theta Active Chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma. Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority celebrated its 15th year of existence in 1963. The next national con r vention will be held during the latter part of June at the Americana Hotel. Or Olom Will Meet Officers Temple Or Olom Sisterhood's "New Look for "64-'65" is the title of a program to be presented at the May 21 monthly Sisterhood meeting at Temple Or Olom at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Al Solo, program chairman for the new year, said that new officers and elected board members of Sisterhood will be presented. Charm Students In Fashion Show I Edith Zipp will present her chu;m and molding students in a B^shion show and graduation exercises to be held on Sunday even•feg, 8 p.in ir. the Grand BallBm of King's Bay Yacht and Ban-dry Club. ^Students wno will receive their Hinmr Mode! and Professional lie. i'l di|>!,)!-:.. • will participate in B_ *'>'!'' sh The Juniors will %  oi:i'l Ci-riginals from the B^ti.c Jacl i Shop in Cocolit Gro\e 1'ivlesiniial modwill : couturier orii. is l>\ Mr Mac, of the Pin^shion. day and evening wear m Doling -. and sportswear m Tiki, a Dadeland. Purs II be from the Adrian Thai coletion, and coiffures will be dejned b> J :;.ildi. [A trophy -.ill be awarded to "Model or the Year." During lie fashion sh.v.v. a panel of judges Mil determine the recipient. Hldges are J. Baldi, Mrs. Richard f ink, Jack Koioed, Dr. George ehallis. Hark Meyer, and Adrian Proceeds to Aid Asthma Center %  Entire proceeds from the auction sponsored by Knights of Bythian Lodge and Pythian Sisters Bern pie will be donated to the new •Asthmatic Treatment Center being built a' tilh Ave. and 168th St %  To be held on Saturday evening B North Miami Beach City Hall Buditorium. trooi NE 19th Ave., %  dmission to the auction is free. %  Chairman of the Child Welfare Bmmittee U Marvin Berman. Serving with him are Paul Weber Bad Ann Blumenthal. •fir. Kaplan is Speaker %  Miami Beach Dental Society Bet Monday at Chandler's RestauBint for cocktails and dinner Starting at 62) p.m. Dr. Sherman Kaplan spoke on "A Way of Life." ;JWM* <>_ ; i,'..-.> %  '';wwv -jwm..w> ...,..., i ^ v „. ..IJB-"'" '"> % %  > %  %  jyg^J>;" ; t ". t "* %  .). %  -—~--,wr" v >""^"." .;,.ju ..p w. | v""'T i i v—"yur 1 %  r v. mm %  GOOD DAIRY SHOPPERS BUY BREAKSTONE'S [just as they always have) Pamper your taste for the best with the quality flavor of really fine dairy foods! For brunch, lunch, supper or snack, you'll enjoy the extra fresh, creamy richness of Breakstone's. Good dairy belongs on your table. One delicious way, or another —always serve Breakstone's. good dairy to*you from



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^ Page 6-B Jewls* ffrridicuri Friday, Ma J^ccialife ... t>y Isabel C^i y 's. 19* Chapter presidents of the Southeastern Florida Reqion of Women's American ORT are seated left to right* Mrs. Mac Mennel, South Miami Chapter; Mrs. Irving Brown, North Dade, Mrs. -ouis Baron, region; Mrs. Ira Weiner, Biscayne; Mrs. Fred Bill, Southwest. Standing left to right' are Mrs. Paul Wilson, Bay; Mrs. Sigmund Kurz. Hollywood; Mrs. Max Schemer, Coral Gables; Mrs. Henrietta Bolotin, Greatei Miami; Mrs. Sy Kronish, Greynolds Park. Presidents not shown are Mrs. Irving Greene, North Miami; Mrs. Leo Gross, Islanders Mrs. Lou Jacobson, Miami Beach Afternoon; Mrs. Ethel Sadowskv, Business and Professional. Officers of the Southeastern Florida Region of .Vomen's American ORT are seated (left to .ight) Mrs. Henry Gilbert, vice president; Mrs. Max Aarons, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Alar. Tannen, vice president; Mrs. Louis 3aron, president; Mrs. William Fishman, chairman of the Executive Committee; Mrs. Florence Kupperman, vice president. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Richard Greenbaum, vice president; Mrs. Harold Schneider, treasurer,Mrs. Daniel Stemlicht, financial secretary; Mrs. Jack Fils, vice president; Mrs. Mark Cirlin, parliamentarian; Mrs. Harry Brown, recording secretary. Not shov/n is Mrs. Seymour Goldstein, vice president. ORT Region Will Install Officers Around the World with ORT' will be the theme of the installation luncheon of the Southeastern Florida Region of Women's Amercan ORT and 12 of its chapters on Tuesday noon at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Mrs Richard Greenbaum, region \ ce president, is chairman of the ijr, ;ind Mrs Mark Cirlin is co1: man Dr Irving Lehrman ill '-ive the invocation and do r e installing Mrs. Louis Baron, president. .11 review the past year's activities, and Mrs. Joseph Wilkes will lease the outgoing officers. Region officers to be installed 8 president. Mrs Louis Baron; executive committee chairman, Mrs. William Fishman; vice presidents, Mrs. Jack Fils, Mrs. Henry Gilbert, Mrs. Seymour GoRIstein, Mrs. Richard Greenbaum, Mrs. Florence Kupperman and Mrs. Alan Tannen; treasurer, Mrs. Harold Schneider; financial secretary, Mrs. Daniel Stemlicht; recording secretary, Mrs. Harry Brown; corresponding secretary. Mrs, Max Aarons; parliamentar ian, Mrs. Mark Cirlin. Chapter presidents to be install ed are Bay Chapter, Mrs Paul Wilson; Biscayne, Mrs. Ira WeinIT; Coral Gables, Mrs. Max Schemer; Greater Miami, Mrs Henrietta Bolotin; Greynolds Park. Mrs. Sy Kronish; Hollywood. Mrs Sigmund Kurz: Islanders, Mrs. Leo Gross; Miami Beach After noon, Mrs. Lou Jacobson: North Dadc, Mrs. Irving Broun; North Miami; Mrs. Lrving Greene; South Miami. Mrs. Mac Mermel; Southwest. Mrs. Fred Bill Business and Professional chap tcr will lnve its own installation. DPhiE Alumnae Will Install Alumnae of Delta Phi Fpsilnn Sorority will hold an installation luncheon at the Cafe Jardm Suisse on Saturday noon The group will" then attend a comedy. -Make a Million." at the Miami Beach Playhouse In charge of reservations arc Beverly Roseman and Roberta Kaise. L 1 ; M n to • %  ? ( pi %  tes en ou COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club yours cxc^sivelyfor weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering facilities ftr groups of 100-300. available 7 days a week The ?n "Jw^f J" m 55f U like ^ CntartU Room in thia area! Unlimited free parking. w For reservations, call 945-9571 in Miami, or WA 3-8111 ,„ Holl oA HOLLYWOOD-BY-THE-SEA •— ..,. •' ..." Continued from Page 1-B junior High in June Outside recreations in addition t" piaj )ng the piano are tennis and swimming • \ 75th birthdaj for Louis Plaks celebrated lasl Saturdaj with a party for 90 guests a) the Shel Hotel Site oi the lev as dictated by sentiment Building constrecter, tiic Shelborne was Pinks' Hrtt dour, here—the Diplomat is his latest The celebranl and his wife, Rebecca, of 102 NW 195th St came h< re irom Philadelphia in 1339 and have all four children and five grandchildren righl here with them There's s atte ding of niece will marry Dr ?i : on May L>:I Bj incidence. V, pretty auburn bee h M i ll be sta> ing H the David Kleinj r which is practical!} yard of the World's .-he planto see of before returning gianteg of June "t hum" funtmi lean nd the „. Lester M rim K a happy f) with tv 're coiffure ,n relative. Woodmert n the ba c Fair h, c creah,, re the bf. Kir-t visit to th. lor Mr and Mr|!,n Bloom t| Edgware, Middlesex 1. Fie-t stop was \, York >u the World's Fair, then ton. D. C. btoppm Doral Beach, the R Ing guided an 11 I %  the Dr Wicki William, whom th five years 1 they en It's the climate < .. %  %  ei tram In boa some oi ji 1 %  1England f Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion op You'll find comp'ete ej* facilities to exactly satisfy V your needs in the Kismet, J Aladdin, Scheherazade ond Ruboiyat Rooms, be it foro ^ wedding or a private party| -mm' MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD They are uMoualled la their pro'esslw. They art the dHJot's caterini stiff. TW will make a success of any party.--* wedding... a Be/ litwah* ... • b" sine %  at. meeting or a asclai luacbeon. Thej *• serve from 20 to 1000 diners with (be fooo expertly prepared in the dTLido s ne*7 decorated Cotlltlon Room. They'll arrange tar whatever space you require, cw Hr.TeJchner at ItPerson W811 for W tostfanegai yea"""* m A airirtn rmn tfr*'<" OCMNFMNf. C0UINS iVEmlfc N0 UNCOiN H0D ll



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* Jewish fieri din n Page 7-B Mollie Kahaner Donor Brunch A total of 110 women will be honored at the annual donor brunch icld at the Carillon Hotel on May 20, at 10 a.m., by the Mollie Ka hr.ner Sisterhood of Beth Torah Congregation. Of the 31 women who will receive charms and diamonds tor their outstanding work throughout the year in fund-raising, one woman will be selected as Donor Queen. The woman given the honor of Donor Queen has raised the largest amount of money of any individual in the Sisterhood. Guests for the day will include Kabbi and Mrs. Max A. Lipschitz. Dill Bernardi, comedian, will entertain. HI smiles over mounting reservations for the Hadassah Israel Hpeet Sixteen luncheon at the Dowl Beach Hotel on June 1 JKe (left to right) Mrs. Fred Jonas, co-chairman of the affair, Ot which Mrs. Harry Platoff will receive the Henrietta Szold farael Award; Mrs. Platoff; Mrs. Nat Barth, president of the sponsoring Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas3ah; and Miss Lillian Goodman, past chapter president and co-chairman of the community-wide luncheon. Women's Leaders Honorary Patrons Of Hadassah Israel Sweet Sixteen Lunch Eleven dl Creator Miami's foremost u(imcn leaders, past presidents el ( ither the Miami Beach Qtepter ni Hadassah or of the Greater Miami Chapter which preceded Us establishment, Wednesday were named honorary patrons of the Hadassah Israel Sweet Sixteen luncheon which will be held Jude 1 at the Dora I Beach Hotel. ^MDSC designated for the high boner are the Mesdames Max Dobrn Abe Goodman. Alex Kogen.Sol 11. Leslie, Arnold Ferl. stein, Samuel Z. Sakrais, Sum SinMOhoti. Joseph Shapiro. Oscar S. ttndell. Milton Sirkin and Harold Spaet In making the announcement, MiSS Lillian Goodman and Mrs. Fred Jonas, chairmen of the luncheon at which Mrs. Harry Platoff will receive the Henrietta Saotd Israel Award, pointed out that "£flie Platoff served 11 ad asen *xu\ Israel with distinction in the*eainies of each of these distinguished paton presidents" Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, reeien n of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Committee far Stall ol Israel Bonds, and Mrs. DofSthy Krieuer Fink, chairman ol last year's nationally acclaimed Israel 15th Anniversary luncheon, were designated honorary chairmen for the June 1 affair. They will work closely with Mrs. Nat Barth, president of the sponsoring Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah. During the week, each of the 13 group presidents and their key ollicers and committee chairmen met with Miss Goodman and Mrs. Jonas at plenary sessions held in the Israel Bond office. It was decided that each of the presidents will present a special, engraved folio to Mrs. Platoff, ineluding the signatures of all group officers and key members, as a special tribute to the Henrietta Szold Israel Award designee. Also announced was the addition of Joey Adams, distinguished comedian, actor and author, to the program for the luncheon. Adams, a frequent visitor to Israel, is president of the American Guild of Variety Artists. Israel Consul General Zeev Z. Dover will bid farewell to the Greater Miami Jewish community at the luncheon. He will represent his government in the presentation to Mrs Platoff of the high honor. Senior Citizens Conference Here New president of Senior Citizens Association of Miami Beach. Theodore A. Heller, was installed on Wednesday, Apr. 29, at the Algiers j Hotel. Serving on the Executive Board are Mrs. Max Thursten, Mrs. Amy Haber, and honorary life president. Mrs, Joe Mintzes, vice presidents; Mrs. Harry Austrian. Mrs. Yctta Stempel. Mrs. Hanna Spiro, secretaries; Judge H. A. Kamp. legal advisor; Dr. S. J. Lerner. blood chairman; Max D. Goldhagen. membership chairman; Dr. James Austin, chairman ot the board; Mrs. Ann Shuster. secretary to the board. Trustees are Mrs. Max Gold hagen, Harry Austrian, Harry Stempel; welfare chairmen, Ted Cohen. Walter Lebowitz; Sunshine Committee. Phillip Moll; Refreshments Committee chairmen. Mrs. Phillip Moll, Mrs. Al Laufrauben, Mrs. Anna Fox; Grievance Committee, Mrs. Mary Haber; %  sergeant-at-arms, Al Spiro; Civic I Committee. Mrs. Joe Mintzes. Board members are Joseph liar. golies. Joseph Mintzes. Abraham Glass, Ben Cohen and Mesdames Bettie Kordon, Bella GrusbJca, Sara Eisenberg, Frances Seiden. Sony a Cohen, F. Plutzer. Ann Goldstein. Becky Roth. Sophie Simon, Amy Haber. Women of the Donor Committee of Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood are (left to right) Mesdames Carl Zwerner, donor chairman Ronald Friedel, donor chairman; Stanley Stein, president Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood; and George Goodman, vice pres ident of fund-raising. *o& i*>* c} iea* The ultimate compliment to your guests—an invitation to have your function catered by Fontainebleau experts... with the finest cuisine, beverages and service worthy of the world's most beautiful hotel. BANQUETS • WEDDINGS RECEPTIONS Alto available Kosher catering and personalized Fttntoinebleau catering at your horn* CALL BANQUUET DEPARTMENT JEfferson 8-8811 Lebediker Branch Will Celebrate Israel Anniversary Israel Independence Day cole bration and installation of new ollicers is planned for Saturday. May 23, 8 p.m., at the DiLido Hotel by the Lebediker Branch of Farband. In addition to refreshments, wine and delicacies will be at each table. A special candlelighting ceremony coming at each table will mark the 16th Israel independence event. Guest artists will include Michl Gibson, Joyce Farber and Esther Barrett. Community singing will be conducted by Ben Yomen. of the Temple Emanu-EI staff. New officers to be installed are Joseph P. Zuckerman. president; Oscar Shapiro, vice president; Solomon Parness. financial secretary'; Jacob Fraydman, recording secretary; Dorothy Shwartz, coordinator; Abraham Warshau, historian; Ely Malin. treasurer; Radial Parness. social secretary; Simon Tettenbaum, membership chairman; Anna Warshau. Israel Bond chairman; Leon April and Benn Meyers, hospitalers; Dr. Norman Berk, secretary to board Executive Board includes Morris Crcnstein. Sarah Babier, Mirriam Halperin. Philip Sapir, Benn Talmadge, Herman Altman, Jerome Jesner. Finance Committee are Louis Dobiin. Maurice Forer. Shirly Berk and Meyer Goldstein. ON THE OCEAN AT **lh THSJBT • MIAMI *IACK' Brunch for Servicemen Pioneer Women, under the leadership of Mrs. Milton Green, joined with the Greater Miami Armed Services Committee in sponsoring a brunch at the Servicemen's Center, Homestead Air Force Base, on Sunday. 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Page 8-B ieHisUFlcricffan Friday I I d %  > m I la te ci • n 7' ranees Xd man DOUY We the Women •Hollo Dolly'" is top hit on Broadway but it's 'Hello Dolly Scheinberg" who is the top hit on Bay Heights Dr.. Coral Gables. Dolly Scheinberg was born in New York City, but came to Miami when she was live. A little terror, she was always interested in any form of the arts. She took singing lessons at the Miami Conservatory of Music, and used to perform at the never to-be-forgotten tea dances in the Roney Plaza Gardens. During high school, Dolly worked for the Fleischer Studio. She was the voice of Raggedy Ann in the cartoons. Peritz. her future husband, was a dear friend of her brother's, also their newspaper boy. Dolly and Peritz got married while Peritz was a sophomore in medical school, and Dolly went to Atlanta with him, where she worked in the Third Air Service Command and then the Finance Division of the government. Peritz graduated and served in the Pacific while Dolly went back to NewYork to Barnhard College, where she studied social sciences. She still felt like a part of his life because his letters were so vivid. When Peritz returned from the Pacific, they moved to Atlanta and then to Durham for three years, where he was instructor of medicine at Duke University. It was here that their two sons were born— Philip and Richard, the Scheinbergs lived. She became active in National pected and unavoidable. Peritz was recalled to active duty in the Navy, and the whole family went along with him to the Chelsea Hospital Naval Base. It was right across from Boston, where Dolly took lessons in painting. On returning to Miami to live. Dolly became involved in community work, as she had in the other places where the Shheinbergs lived. She became active in National Council of Jewish Women and American Jewish Committee. She took courses at the University of Miami. But she was beginning to feel unhappy and bored. All her life. Dolly bad be?n interested in the fine cultural things, so she decided to go into business since there seemed to be a lack of artistic things for sale here. Her Coconut Grove shop, which she has with a pander, is now a soutime job. She and her partner take turns buying, and they enjoy the unusual art work and the new artists that they seek out. The Scheinbergs have a most unusual home life. Due to Peritz's international professional reputation, they have many guests from all over the world. Dolly's new venture into the world of art has included many fascinating people so that the combination of the guests makes lor interesting evenings. The whole family has an active life. They attend the operas, concerts and play tennis together. They also go on trips together. Dolly says that they really enjoy being with their children. They like them as people and include them in all their plans. •Hello Dolly" is a smash hit on Broadway. Just as "Hello Dolly Scheinberg" is a smash hit in her home, in her shop and the community "WEDDINGS ARE VERY SPECIAL WITH EXOTIC GARDENS" FOR EXAMPLE: BRIDES BOUQUET 125.00 1 ATTENDANTS BOUQUET 800 2 CORSAGES 10.00 5 BOUT0NN1ERES 2.50 CANOr*T 75.00 2 CANDELA6RAS with flowers 20 00 6 PAIMS 18.00 AISi.fi RUNNM IO00 AISLE DECORATIONS 30.00 5 CENTERPIECE* 30.00 GUEST OF HONOR TAWE 10.00 total VALUE $238.50 SPECIAL for you *1H7 AA OUR CHOICE IP/ *WW Off IOWERS Ktfc fiorltens "Our 50th Anniversary Year" MIAMI MIAMI HI U II S790 V. 17lh Ayr. C07 Lincoln Kd. Nt 3-4JIK 532-3361 HOLU WOOD FT. LAVPERUALIi 2002 Holly wood Blvd. 8301 N. pTdrrJ H-V, 'I22-M201 LO 4-OSK6 COKAI. r.ABt.rc 8955 I'.m.r DeLeoa BM. MO 5-5423 Freids to Live !n Port Charlotte ,..„„!,. Miller and Joel B Freid were married on I May !. at the Di| lomal Country Club where a reception followed ;!K [ate evening nuptials Kabbi \, rman N. Shapiro officiated Parents ol the newlyweds Mr and Mrs. Samuel Miller, so N. prospect Dr and Mr. and Mrs Mack Freid of Temple Ten F 0 r the wedding the bride a K own "i silk taffeta with scoop neckline and point-on-hand sleeves. The bodice was enhanced with applique lace extending down the front of the bell-shaped skirt which had an aisle wide detachable train. Mrs. Mel Brazer. the bride 9 sister served as matron of honor. and other attendants included Mrs Karl Preusse, Mrs, Al CopIan, Joyce May. Susan Kriscl, Linda Field, and Barbara Moskovitz. The bridegroom's brother. Norman Freid. was best man. and ushers were Steve Miller. Mel Brazer. Al Rothfedder, Butch Wynne. Ira Wcinstcin and Larry Freid. New Mrs. Freid graduated trom Hillside High School in Now Jersey, and attended Harcum Junior College, Bryn Mawr. Pa.. Jacksonville University and the I Diversity of Florida Her husband, a clinical psvcho logist at G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital in Arcadia. Flu is 'V is u, Beach Chapter In Donor Fete l2 i ni r-Kbn MRS. JOfL WHO an alumnus ol Hillsborough High in Tampa. He earned a BA dcgrec at Emory University and a Master's In psychology at the University of North Carolina. His fraternity is Tau Bpsilon Phi. Following a honeymoon in Jamaica, the newlyweds will live in port Charlotte, Fla. Garfur.kels Tell Dava's Betrothal Mr and Mrs Sam Garfunkel, 8951 Abbott Ave Surfside, an I.I uncc tinengagement o! their hter, Dava Louise, to Michael A Lipsky, Mr. Lipsky is the son of Mrs Edna Woikowsky and Mr Joe Z. Lipsky, oi Miami Beach. MisGarfunkel is a graduate of Miami Beac'd Senior High and ati, nded the University of Florida. i he future groom i%  graduate ol the University Of Florida Law School and practices In Miami He ilhgrandson of pioneer Mlamians, MFreda Woikowsky and the late IkiWoikowsky. \ September wedding is planOver 500 „,.,. a,,^ inst evonirtg don Chapter of Ha evening, Ma) Hotel. To be pn sen,, | ,,,, event leatuird | Waitn. ral % %  oiii. Oui, r. Chapter pi, v Barth. and M, Vnn |J .-erved as donoi airnu Drosts Reveal Linda's Betrothd Mr and Mi!:i26 Certosa AM announce the M| „;'*j daughter, Linda Gi berto Levi. The groom i 'he **j < Mr. and Mrs. Renato U\ "aJ sW 216 St. Miss Drost > gridHbi (oral Gables High Scrtt siudent at Miami-Dsde ') College. Mr. Levi ia graduate < Gables High School ^r\(\ -,\ graduate of the I'nhvn Florida, where he arai i aegi of Phi Kappi Phi, Alpha EM Delta, Pi Mu and S:cma TMJI ma. He is now a student at vcrsity of Miami School of y*. tine. DAVA GARFUNKEl MISS LINDA DtOST LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • REPAIRING Serving Dad* County Over 25 Ye*M 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9001 VACATION TH'S SUMMER ON OCEAN FRONT AT THE NEW ATLANTIC TOWERS HOTEL CABANAS or P001 PRIVILEGE REASONABLE RATES 42nd STREET & COIUNS AVE. 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jy. May 15. 1964 10 •JiMMM) fhrletter Page 9-B 1 I {TERHOOD of Temple Sinui North Dade presented a Cal comedy, "Champagne ," last weekend at the Miami Junior High School, pn by Lenore Brooks, proby tJouoy i*e, and directLester Friedman, the com[featured choreography by le Cole and musical direc[by Deeva Solove. %  unlay was opening night, |Mr.-. Gene Fierer was in a (-colored linen shift with a iired semi-belled front. A t ensemble in ombre m in a floral print was worn Bfrs Maurice Laszlo. Her sheath dress and matching coat Kin silk chiffon over taffeta. k Justin Goldsmith chose a \ silk knit shift with black Beted lace inserted at the neckline. A two-piece silk alpaca was Mrs. Sol fr's choice for the evening. Overblouse buttoned down ck with gold buttons, and tabbed across the hips. o %  Seth Rhodes was in an %  franco silk shantung sheath mm deep "V" insert in the Ice. Asymetrically slashed p i were over each hip. %  to arnel jersey was Mrs. Fred lister choice. Her skirt was cnanently pleated, and she fed a yellow and white polka ^fcsilk ascot into her neckimlrs. Morris Grecnberg's IWO-piece white cotton ottoman kad a modified portrait neeks and oversize white buttons Wf. jacket. Shocking pink. % "the silk crepe dress to the HP ad polish and lipstick, was worn l>\ Mrs. Aaron Slier. rin. A flounce began down the L of her figure-molding H'and cascaded to where it icircled the hemline. i kiting in Miami from OkiK where her husband is staned, was Mrs. Jonathan Green. berg. Goid cotton shantung in the "A" line silhouette was her choice for viewing the mus.cal comedy. Jewei-ione blue was color of the two-piece silk knit worn by Mrs. Ann Weinberg. Her sleeveless overblouse was knit into an interesting shirred pattern. Mrs. Alfred Salzbcrgs three-piece knit was in navy and white. Her sheath skirt was in navy, her overblouse in white, and her sleeveless jacket in navy and white horizontal stripes. • • THE two-piece white linen en%  MI in.mat Mrs. Herbert Schlecker wore featured an elongated tunic embroidered in a floral pattern of orange and green. Mrs. Rose R. Suskyn was in a silver and white brocade sheath with a low scooped neckline. A tailored white cocktail suit was worn by Mrs. Irving Denmark. Mrs. Stanley Stein's black metallic knit sheath featured a low bateau neckline on her blouson bodice. Black and white created the paisley print on the silk sheath which .Mrs. Joseph Snyder wore. Mrs. Abe Seiger was in an ice blue cotton twill with double rows of white stiching detailing her sleeveless, round-necked, fitted bodice. The soft whippedcream chiffon fabric was chosen by Mrs. Mel Shrago. Her fullskirted shirtwaist featured a large gold daisy print. Mrs. Lester Friedman was in a gold lamee knit sheath. With her was Mrs. Harold Brown in a pink knit slingshot jumper with white chiffon as the neckline Mrs. Morton Rosenbluth's black silk crepe was in the "angel" silhouette, which tapered into a tight hem. Polka dots to coins dots in emerald green on white silk shantung was worn by Mrs. Morton Reiss, on a sleeveless sheath. Streich. Aptokin Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Louis K. Streich, 8400 SW 25th Tcr., announce the! engagement of their daughter, Linda Kay, to Arthur E. Aptakin,: son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Aptakin, 2365 SW 25th St. The bride-to-be will attend I Miami-Dade Junior College in the. fall, majoring in art education. The groom is attending the University of Miami and will work toward a degree in law. Miss Lipton Weds Stephen Schuitz Ins DP<> Lipton and Steven AU !en Schuitz were married on Saturlay, Apr 24. in the home of the bride's parents. 6535 Allison Island. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lipton. the bride is attending the University of Miami, majoring in human relations and psycholOgy, and is a member ol Sigma Delta Tau Sorority. The bridegroom is the tm of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Schuitz, 11960 NB 19th Dr. He is a graduate of the University of Miami, where he was a member of Alpha Kappa f'si and an aniliatc to Tau F.psilon Phi. He is now associated with a firm of certified public accountants. Attended by hei sister, Delsic Lipton, the bride wore a gown of white mattlcssc with an illusion neck and bell sleeves, beaded to match her veil of Belgian lace. She carried white orchids on a Bible. Serving as best man was Stanley Jackson. Arthur Greene, Laurence Shapiro and George Lustig, ushered. Out-of-town guests included the groom's grandmother, Mrs. Yolanda Schuitz. After a honeymoon in Jamaica, the couple will live at 8830 SW 68th Ct. %  %  -. I!. All.n Bl MRS. STtVtN SCHUITZ Miss Silberman Weds Physician The Fontainebleau Hotel was the setting for the early evening ceremony which united Lana Arlene Silberman and Dr. Martin Robert Taylor, now oi> a wedding trip to Jamaica. Rabbi David M. Lowy officiated at the Sunday, May 10, nuptials. Attended by Miss Nicki Shadur, the bride wore a gown of silk | organza and imported chantilly lace embroidered with pearls, and carried phalaenopsis orchids surrounded by white tea roses. Dr. Harold A. Taylor served his brother as best man, and the bride's brothers, Lynn E. Silber-' man and Michael R. Silberman. ushered. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Silverman, 2055 NE 121st Rd., the new Mrs. Taylor, now employed in the personnel office at Mt. Sinai Hospital, attended the Universities of Wisconsin and Miami. Her husband is a graduate of the University of Miami and the university's School of Medicine, and is a member of Phi Delta Epsilon, medical fraternity. Serving his internship at Mt. Sinai Hospital, he will begin his residency in internal medicine there in July. Parents of the bridegroom ar* Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Taylor, 225 Salamanca, Coral Gables. 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Page> 10-B 9-Jewlstncrldlnn Friday, May 15, 1364 By EDYTHE SCHINDLER Soft-Spoken Judge is Child Centered • 1.. iToiuamitv of Miami. N •They call me the Rabbi be hind my back," said Judge Liebm a n. unaware that the voice betrayed a secret pride. 'Maybe it's because 1 like to lecture— kids, especially." Once a week in the municipal court of Homestead. Judge Lien man holds forth Before him are paraded the chronic alcoholic, the incompetent, the flounder ing youth and ju.-t plain citizens with bargain basement troubles. And these arc lucky people. No, not lucky to be in trouble, but lucky that if trouble be their condition, it is J. David Liebman who will measure it. No Lino.e rin 9 •1 am very concerned with the speedy triai." said the Judge. 1 want no lingering in jail — no jam upa in my court. But I always try to do some pre-sentencing investigation With youngsters. 1 always insist that their parents arc notified. I want to understand the background of the people who come before me." Many of the people who appear in the Judge's court are migrant workers who have no idea at all of their rights He tells them th.it the city must prove their ca.-e against them, that they have the right to have .. witness subpoenaed, and he will not accept a pica of guilty ;f the defendant is at all in doubt. "My steady customers are the alcoholics." said the Judge. Now Judge Liebman is about to embark on a new project. He is attempting to get some land donated that is suitable for farmJUDGE I. DAVID LliBMAN mainly the fcids ing He would like to start a •Drunk Farm" to which he could sentence alcoholics, instead of plastering the jail house with them. On the farm, while working with the good earth, they could dry out. Perhaj* the sun and >oil and sweat might prove therapeutic. Special Problem For the mentally disturbed. the area has no facilities, but when the Judge suspects the condition, he always refers the defendant to Jackson Memorial Hospital for examination. These people present a special problem at the jail where they must be kept .-eparate from the other prisoners. While jail is usually nut the answer for them, neither does the hospital seem to be. More than likely, the hospital Plans Finalized For JNF Supper Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman < f the Foundation for Jewish National Fund, this week revealed I hat plans for tbc annual Jewish National Fund Foundation Supper have been completed. The evening, which has been, arranged with a view to acquainti i guests With the work and goals if the Foundation for Jewish National Fund, "promises to be i -• interesting, informative, and stimulating," he declared B] tribute will be pad to those who have already established Foundation projects in Israel in general, and Me Ami in particular, through the Foundation for •!. National Fund, Dr. I.ehri an noted, Dr. Lehrman and Rabbi Mayer Arbamowitz, Jewish National Fund president for the Southeast Region, will participate in &f he program. Guest artists will oe Carlo Corelli, singer of international songs, and Charles Carlyle, comedian. The invocation and benediction will be de'vered by Rabbi Solomon Sen iff, outgoing president of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. Committee of Hosts for the Jewi.-h National Fund Foundation Supper consists of the following: Benjamin Appel, Johan Berman. Eva Blum. Mrs, Nathan Bookspan. William Boraatein, Mr-. Jacob D. Davis. Harry Feldman. Ezra FinegOld, Jacob Fishman. Abraham Fraidlin, Miss Lillian Goodman. Mayshie Friedberg. Mrs, Robert (iarher. Abraham Grunhut, Max lieeht. Peter F. Heller. Sam K gan, Bernard Katz. Zev W Kogan, Mrs. Louis Lustig, Gershon Miller administers an aspirin and sends the patient on his way. But the kids. There's the heartbreaker. Rich noes, poor ones and in all colors, they lind their way to the Judge's court. %  O ne kid was picked up lor breaking and entering. I called Travelers Aid, and they got in touch with his folks in Mississippi Thev wanted him back So 1 contacted Welfare in his home town and put him on a bus, I felt I'd done right by the kid and Homestead and his family. But it doesn't always work out. Recently, a boy cleaned out the I Five and Ten Cent Store. He was a smart kid, and 1 knew if; I sent him to jail he'd learn more tricks of the trade. •So I sent him to work at the Fire Station and arranged lor; him to sleep in separate quarters in the Jail. When his sentence was completed, 1 felt sure he'd go back to school. But just recently. Metro caught him steal ing." J. David Liebman is not involved in polities. His reappointment as a Judge was based soley on his record. Talking Turkey He worked his way through St DOOl and graduated from the New Recipe Book Available From Goodman's A new edition of • "Favorite Goodman Dishes." just issued by A Goodman and Sons. Inc.. is a classic of fine recipes and luscious-looking dishes. The enthusiasm this new edition has created is a compliment to the Goodman Laboratories and Test Kitchens, and their Home Economists who developed the recipes and produced the cooked foods. as well as the fine photography The contents of the 32-page book containa variety of 11 different groups of recipes that are listed from soups to sauces The tempting variety of well-balanced recipes and dishes offers the housewife a change of-menu. and always something new and nourishing for all the lamily Soup-, poultry dishes, meats and fish otter the basic toods. but there is an abundant addition ot table combinations, salads and desserts, plus the wonderfully economical ideas for mother's usual left-overs, oi which good • ill be made. University of Miami. Now he practices law in Homestead and m Miami The Liebmans used to live in Coral Gables, but somehow there's "more air" in South Dade today. With his wife. Natalie who is active in the National Council of Jewish Women, he livein Perrine. The Liebmans have three children; Henry, who ,twelve, ipreparing for Bar Mitzvah. His wife's uncle. Abrahtw Goodman, is the organizer iji Tarbut. an agency [ or ..„ enil Dating information on the ,U dy ot Hebrew as a modern Lai uage Her father ajid mother, an ,j Mrs. Morris Goodman were well-known Greater Mia j ew ish community leaderand owners of exclusive Goodn „. Lincoln Rd.. as well Brothers. Whatever the language be ,t Hebrew or EngU-li or jy.o u t jive. Judge Liebman tries 0 talk to people. Official!) • • Judge, but he can usually be found doing a Waiter Mttty re verse, and talking plain .arkey with boys who an in tri M inMinov, Mrs Miriam Pre--. Isidor Riffkin, Harry Rosen. Julius Rosenstein, Sam Schachno, Irving SchaUman, Mrs Wolfe Sklair. Al Sherman. Meyer Siegel. Ben Silver, Joshua Z. Stadlan. Mrs. Joshua '/. Stadlan. and Morris Yudewitz. The supper ischeduled for Wednesday, May 20. 6 p.m.. at the I intainbleau Hotel. Copies are available bj -imply writing to The Jewish Ploridian, : %  0 Box 2973, Miami. Fla 33101. -ST. I •h 373-2433 QbiCK COPIES BY ZEROX Carl V FlUno 4 4 % Xerographic Copy Center \ %  Murk rnoicc QUICK COPIES (38 Congress Bidg 111 N E 2nd AVE 4 Miami J L" WOW OPEM HMM Jl -9665 4 THE ORIGINAL BRASS RAIL & BAR INC. 1 N Collins Ave.. MB (Opp M.B. Da* Tract) Serving: Breakfast, lunch. DMa Puces lower than Cafeterias. 4 Sit in Comfort. Adoih Yeshurun Donor Luncheon Sisterhood of Temple Adath Yeshurun held its fifth annual denor luncheon on Wednesday noon at the Fontainebleau Hotel. •Around the World," a play directed by Mrs. Martin Knobei. with a cast of Sisterhood members, was presented. Chairman of the day was Mrs. Charles Bellin. assisted by Mrs. Charles Cook. Mrs Mark Roth 1 and Mrs Herbert Parker. Compliments of GEER'S WONDERFUL SALOON 2847 CORAL WAY Entertainment Nightly DADE BOOKKEEPING & TAX SERVICE, INC. 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-~y, May 15. 1964 k*nt fknAA am Page 11-B Judge Spaet, Myers To Receive Univ. Megiddo Award ^ m B : I Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, is Vn with members of the Temple Thespians lookinq over script of the play. "The Deputy," by Rolf Hochhuth wHch i Kronish reviewed with their assistance. Left to right are Unger, Rabbi Kronish, Harvey Kramer end Esther Comr day. The review was presented Wednesday eveivna in Temple Auditorium. Mrs. Leo Levin, president oi Sisterannounces that this was the last in the series of current reviews. Judge Harold B. Spart and Miami Attorney Stanley C Myers were to receive the Megiddo Award from the American Friends of the Hebrew University at a special luncheon Thursday noon at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Judge Z. W. Zeltner, assistant dean of the Law Faculty of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, was to make the presentation and speak on 'The Emergence ol Israel's Legal System." before judges, attorneys and community leaders of Greater Miami. I bined Installation of Officers nned by Miami Hadassah Monday .lain chapter of Hadassah •id its first combined tain of officers of the chapel the nine groups in this i Monday, 8 p.m.. at the Plaza Hotel. Installing ofill be Mrs. Gerald Soltz. I lected president of the Region of Hadassah. The ng women will be install; resident: .1 Chapter. Mrs. Edward Aviva, Mrs. Morris Her."h;n. Mrs. Maxwell WcisHOREMEDE HOTEL ih Street & Collins Avenue BAR MITZVAHS WEDDINGS ALL SOCIAL AFFAIRS i Catering by herg; Albert Einstein, Mrs. Louis Kantor; Menorah, Mrs. Louis Tinkler: Ml. Scopus. Mis. Max Churvis; Naomi, Mrs Ephraim Collins; Tikvah, Mrs. Eugene Silverstone; Torah, Mrs. Sidney Langer; Chaim Weizmann, Miss Edythe Bersteta, A musical skit. "This Was the Year That Was.'" written by Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, will be presented following the installation of the elficers. In the cast are Fstelle Lash, Lucille Alterman, Charlotte Wolpe, Norm a Abbott. and the acsompanist. Emma Van Zamft. Chapter chairmen of reservatiens are Mrs Philip Schiff and Mrs. William Parker. Yuban Offers Trip to Israel Yuban, one of the world's richM coffees, iagain offering two n und trips to Israel in their 1964 Israel Trip contest. The lucky number will get tuo round trip fares from New York to Ista.'l via Pan American and connecting jet. II your name is picked, you'll fly to Europe via your choice of London, Pans or Home on a Pan American Jet Clipper, and on to Tel Aviv via connecting jet. To enter, j-.i-t write your name and address on a plain piece of paper and mail to Yuban, P.O. box 3700, Grand Central station, NY 10017. Yuban i^ also offering a special $500 cash bonus which will be awarded to the winner if the entry is accompanied with an intant Yuban Label or with the word "Yuban"' written in block letters on a plain piece of paper. All entries must be postmarked no later than June 30, and received no later than July 15. 1964. Enter as often as you wish, but mail each entry in a separate envelope. Enter now. and soon you may be off on the vacation of a lifetime.—S.T. The Megiddo Award, a medallion Of an enlarged impression of an ancient Hebrew seal dating to the 8th century, B.C.E., found at Megiddo, has been presented only once before in this area to Alexander S. Gordon, Anna Brenner Meyer-. Kenneth Oka and Herbert S. Shapiro. It is presented in recognition cf devoted efforts on behalf of the Gifts and Legacies program of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Both Judje Spaet and Myers have been identified with the Hebrew University program for many years, and both are members of the Board of Directors of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. Chairman of the Gifts and Legacies Committee is Herbert S. Shapiro, co-host of the luncheon. Robert 11. Newman. South Miami attorney, was to host a reception for Judge Zeltner in his home Thursday evening. A relieving judge of the Tel Aviv District Court and Hebrew University Lav. Faculty assistant dean. Judge Zeltner combines theknowledge ol the student the law and the awareness of the legal practitioner relating to the integration of the varied sources of Israel law, which has evolved from a heritage ol Ottoman. British and other precedents. On Friday morning. 9 am, Zeltner will speak at the University of Miami before the Bar and Gavel group, and at noon Friday, the Judge will address a group of Hollywood attorneys at a luncheon chaired by Ben Salter. OPEN JUNE 21 THROUGH $^% ROSHHASHONAH %S & YOM KIPPUR' TO SEPT. 17th WITH 2 DELUXE MEALS RESERVE NOW! 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"^ Page 12-B 9-JewlstncrlJktn Hobvrl Tuch un s.iiurday III.MIIIIIK. Miiy 10. Ubbl Mordeeal Podal will pffic ,,,, t MTvlet HI Temple Juna" ,,u,\ the Mar Mit/.vah <>f Tiobert Uwrance, NIB of Mr and HW. %  Mi Tuch, iK/i sw MtH Av.-. Robort is s.v.-niii grade nan „r Kudonl ai Bhanandoah Junior High, whnra ha playa ,,,, < '" ""' u-hool band and orchaatra Rob ,i i. .,N Intereatad In all sports Mr ind Mrs TUCh Will host ii, r Kldduah following lervlcei "> Kobert'i honoi • • • Joy Jacobton i,, v Jacobaon will ba confirmed ,,„,,,„. rarrclaei a) Beth Kodesb longregation on Sunday evening .,, | is p... Charlea Hablow, congregation prealdent, and Mrs joii i'ii Rambam, Biaterhood pre* ,.1,-M i. will preaenl cartlflcatei i lid Bible* Daughter ol Mr and Mrs in inu Jacobaon, 4S8 sw 1Mb Rd. loj || %  itudent al ShaMitdoaii Junior MIKII Her rather is honorarj prealdent iti it. ih Kodeah. Brian Seligman Brian Sellgman will obaerve hia r..,, Mltivah al Beth Torah Con a tton on Saturda) morning, M ,j is, with Rnbbl Max A Up-.'.ii; officiating Brian will ipreaented ith a Bible "" behalf "' Uw Moilie Ka li.i ,r Slaterhood \ sliul.nl at Hi' 1 ReUglOUa School foi tlM naat three rears, the eel* brent atteada John F Kenneth IttMQC High School His hobbies i boattajg and buHrifag models Mr and Hri Harold guUgaaan, NR IMal Di will honor their .ii i reception and dinner to Robert Venn Bar Mit/vah of Robart son ol M and Mrs David Vann. will be celebrated on Saturday morning. Mas IB, ai Temple Emanu El. Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate 'Robert attends Uia Hebrew Academy for Ihe Bral six grade" 0 Khool and is new ." the seventh grade al John F. Kennedy Sor High He .s on the Honor Uoll and inl.-roslod In sport' Mrs Jacob S. Roller, mother ol Robert, will be lor the occaelon The celebrant i" %  ,i ,i reception In Saturday %  Man anffejaaai *f Jo*5on iltphtn Shenkman Adricnnc Greene ii"' III a 'WfW ; Robert Vann Jeffrey Kaplan grandpreaenl i„. honored inhome on pram. H6 •* planning a career in veterinary medicine Hia hobb iea are ihort wave radio, and hia favorite sports are football, track, baseball and iwlmmlng. Mr and Mrs. Samuel Bohrow. grandparents of Jeffrey, will be here for the occasion. The celebrant wlU be honored :,, a reception Saturday evening at the Seville Hotel. EVERYBODY has FUN hare 0 v amststfiT iot* A CABANA DAY CAMP KW TH£ MC^ Marc Sharfitein Marc son of Mr. and MiAlexve will be Bar Mlttvah at remote Adatli Veahunin on Saturday. M 16. al .he 8:45 am serv'ce. Rabbi Jonah R. Caplan will of"^"seventh grader nl Catnl Clg .,„„„„ High. Marc s hobby is mod e, Ktd"u'ah reception will follow the service in his honor Marilyn Meyer* On Friday evening, May 15 Manly... daughter Ol Mr and Mrs George Meyers. ." rnBas MlUvah at Temple Z.on. with Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. Marilyn a student at Kinloch park JUIIHT High, plans to con Man* her %  %  • '" %  Temple •/..on l.mt.rmation Class • • Adrierme Greene Adrienne Forrest Greene will be confirmed during ceremonies conduct.-,! by Rabbi Leon Kronish on Salunl.o Maj 1> Graduating from Nautilus Jun .or High m June. Adricnnc s hob lu.s are lannla, piano and BWlnv ming Parents of the celebrant are Mi and Mrs Jerome Greene, liaj Marseille Pr a Jeffrey Kaplan Dr Irving Lahrman. apirltual a| i, mplc Emanu El. will at the Bar Mitavi h ol K %  • May 16. at the 1 MI t attc nds 1 \ and is Beth Torah Summer Ccmp TV S I .': %  Featuron' are aapervtst aeol abed Hi a t f leading be. itKl avivaaagad student* so Rei Oreaa cer aajjajaaaa **.! &f •> are ttr*jej ahrwe> • ftaa> ejMeriNt all sawrtt *c• ,.t^* with •<*•* w w eter W &f eaMe Steven Shenkman Stephen Curtlas, son of Mr. and Mrs Bernard L. Shenkman. 1600 SW 89th PI., was Bar MiUvah during services at Temple Or Olom conducted by Rabbi Samuel \pnl on Saturday. May 9. A seventh grader at Rockway Junior High, the celebrant is a member of the Student Council and Intermediate Band. Among guests attending the Bar Mitvah were his maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Brawn, and paternal grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Shenkman. • • Susan Lewis of Mr. and Mrs. William Lewis. 1407 Dewey St., Hollywood, will be celebrated at Temple Beth Sholem on Friday evening. May 15. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate. Susan has been a member of roth Sholem "s Religious School and received, special Bas Mitzvah instruction from Cantor Ernest Steiner. Oneg Shabbat following services will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Lewis in honor of their daughter. • Stephen Verdon Stephen, son of Mrs. Shirley Verdon and Mr. Ellis Verdon. WlU celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. May 16. at serj vices at Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will officiate and present Stephen with a Bible on behalf of the MoUie kahaner Sisterhood. Stephen is in the third year at the svnagogue's Religious School and is a student at John F. KenRelatives who will | )e attending include grandparents. \[ r an ~ Mrs. William Sapiro; grandfather. Irving Verdon; Mr. and MrFrank Eisman, Sidney Shapiro, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Abel, of Long Island. Presenting Mrs, Verdon the reception i or are S C. Mandel. owner of the Roundtable, Mr and Mrs. Paul Schreiber. owner of El Dorado, and Mark Klein-. Peter Schneider Celebration of the Bar HBn| ol Peter Schneider uill taker" May 16, BfS Bas Mitzvah of Susan, daughter r.edy Junior High. at 7 p.m.. Saturda\ Cavalier Room of the Deaimft Hotel. About 35 will attend Peter is a seventh grade shfl dent at Nautilus Junior Hia fl School and an all-around athlete %  The Bar Mitzvah is the son i M Mrs. Beverly Schneider, 440 t fl 62nd St., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kroni-h will official I at services Saturday in Tempi I Beth Sholom. A private receptir fl will be held at the Schneider re-1 idence from 4 to 7 p.m., on Sit%  day, May 17. Do only vegetarians eat Heinz Vegetarian Beans? C %Mffl VfGETAHiA*-. BEANS Spec**', tessrare* ei arts craft* ad alramatics are AeMexi afcw wear > a haK-aay •vr> paya aa. \ailalilaaa • taw paftar —rtery aeograat Tri= vaaMMi adi *iperw ta* taqeanes c—aeecwi v e*^ -a. stafL fteM tna, traaspar aat er etVr pka* tae cataaa s^ateii by Caaag) aVth Taraa, No.Octogenarians also. Doctors, too. And steam fitters, assistant coat buyers, folk singers, house painters, cutters & sorcerer's apprentices, forest rangers, well diggers, second violinists, scoutmasters, insurance claim adjusters and psychiatric social workers. Everyone, in fact who likes a tasty, inexpensive.nourishing vegetarian dish that goes fine with meat, fish, poultry ...or all by itself.^ a **c •*-'> c VCOEIM *s B£*s? L*8a BC*'^ TK O %  •* -£ ^•Oe* OaTrOOOX JtWISH CONORtGATrOrlS Of AMWCA.



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lay. May 15, 1964 i lenfaft floridF/an Page 13-B Imple Israel actuates Youth Ceremony Here Temple Israel High School irtment graduation exercises, I following were issued certifijs marking the successful com ion of their three-year ReliIHigh School course: it Apfclbaum, James Axelrod, Icia Emerman, Richard Fleisch1. JoAnn Meyers, Davida Beth lan, Richard Morgan, Susan ternack, Barbara Rochkind and aid Serotta. Miss Pasternack Miss Rochkind were nominal lor Silver Knight Awards, and ptt;. won the Silver Knight in al Sciences. br seven of the graduates, the | ^sion marked the completion years of Religious School atance, from kindergarten aj;h the 12th grade: ApfelAxelrod. Fleischman, MeyMirman, Rochkind and SerotBall, 70 Temple Israel young Me graduating this year from Be a I public high schools were ed at annual baccalaureate S which included the Reli.High School graduation lonus conducted by Dr. JosN'arot. Family Week In Dade County Proclaimed Here Chicago Club Meeting Chicago Club was to hold a board metting on Thursday, 8 p.m., in the Deau*iUe Hotel. In charge of arrangements is Mrs. A. E. Perlman. Temple Israel's High School Department Award winners are pictured above at recent graduation exercises. Seated (left to right) are Barney Willena, Lillian K. Lewis campership; Anita Samet, David Samuel Bornstein Memorial Award to the National Federation of Temple Youth Leadership Institute; William Bossak, tenth grade honorable mention. Standing are David Gorfine, honorable mention, eleventh grade; Richard Garrett, Hebrew Union College Pilgrimage Award; and Gerald Serotta, Irving Feinberg Memorial Award to the National Federation of Temple Youth Kallah. Metro Mayor Chuck Hall proclaimed the week of May 3 to 10 ai Dade County Family Week. The proclamation cited the JOrdCtn INnOrSn work of Jewish Family and Children's Service, supported by United Fund of Dade County and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, as "dedicated to the task of providing competent professional counseling services to individuals and families in time of stress." Elects Brown Young Couples Reelect Cohen Young Married Couples of Beth David have reelected Lewis F. Cohen as president for the coming year. Other officers who will serve during 1964-65 are vice presidents. Dr. Joseph Singer Mid Fred Chekanow; treasurer, Herman Schlussel; secretary, Bette Spector. Organized a year ago, the group now has a membership of 40 couples. Next activity will be a coffee at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Coldenbcrg on June 17. We've been told: "For this you should get a medal!" Th proclamation alto cite* JFCS for the effort it exerts "toward wholesome family life for all members of the community." Cited along with JFCS, whose president is Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein and executive director is Leon Fisher was the Family Service of Dade County. Dade County Family Week was proclaimed by Mayor Hall in conjunction with National Family Week, "which called upon its citizens to further the strengthening of wholesome family life by supporting the health and welfare services so that all our families may prosper." Kennel Club Will Open 33rd Season Flagler Kennel Club will launch its 33rd racing season and itsecond successive summer meet next Tuesday, featuring the twin double and a halt' million dollars worth of new facilities for greyhound fans. Post time throughout the seaSon, May 13 to Sept. 2, will be at S p.m. Introduction of the twin double, which created a sensation at two of the Miami area's horse tracks last wincr. will mark its debut in greyhound racing in Florida. The "TO" and the track's elaborate new facilities are expected to attract new fans to greyhound racing, enabling the Flagler track to shatter its own state record of $24,332,834 in handle and 567,738 in attendance during the 90-night summer • meeting. General Manager Marshall Parsons said. New facilities include an 8,000sq. ft., air-conditioned cafeteria, a clubhouse cocktail lounge, and a 6.000 sq. ft. private party room located on the third floor of a re; cently completed clubhouse. Bowlers of Southeast Florida will be guests of the bowling publication. Strikes and Spares, in the Private Sky Region Room al (he track's grand opening Tuesday night. Competition in the track's fourth annual S80.000 International Classic, richest event in greyhound racing, will begin June *; and wind up July 18. Other major stakes on tli-' schedule include the Ami r ican Hurdle Championship and a I Medley stake.—ST. fhy? Because we took two traditional Favorites: egg and onion and combined pern into the most tantalizing new matzo Cracker you ever tasted! 1Yy it—delight rour family — who knows, they may %  ward you a medal! Produced under strict Rabbinical superviiion Manischewitz This plaque was presented to H. J. Heinz Company, the 57 Varieties people, at a ceremony in Carnegie Hall in New York, on March 15,1964. The 24-Year Hebrew-English Calendar (mentioned on the plaque) is available free of charge to the readers of this publication. To obtain a copy, write to H. J. Heinz Co., P. 0. !\ 5 7 Dept. J2, Pittsburgh, Pa. UW. Max Brown has been named a vice president of Jordan Marsh in Florida. Since 1960, Brown has supervised sales promotion programs for Jordan Marsh. His area of operation has included Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Orlando. OTI about gathered for you Miriam Field Why do wc cat dairy foods on Shevuos? There arc explanations mystical, cabbalistical, figurative, factual. For example, the Torah is likened to milk and hones. t *ieres an eas) winaer for u restive famll) dinner, great fur compam. loo! SAUCY SOLE \Vi lbs (about 6 fillets) fresh sole v4 cup fine brsad crumbs 2 tbso chopped onion • '2 tsp salt V* tsp pepper • Vi cup Planters Oil 2 tsp Worcestershire sauce 6 tbsp sour cream • paprika Arrange sole in nuking dish. Mix crumbs, union, salt, pepper. Sprinkle over fish. Pour on Planters Oil and sauce. Bake at 350K.. 25 minutes. Remme from o\cn: top each fillet with sour i M.I in and sprinkle with paprika. Bake another 5 min. Senes 6superbly. (7** C he Koretzer Rebbe explained that "we eat dairy foods on Shevuos to welcome the Day of the Giving of the Torah with humility. Dairy food denotes that we consider ourselves like young children who are still too young to eat meat." Cooking up a meaty masterpiece or concocting a dairy delicacy, you're so very smart to insist on Planters Oil.Thispolyunsaturated lOO^c pure peanut oil is the most delicate of today's light oils. Of course it's kosher. And parvc! CREAM t CHIVE BATTER BUNS % cup sour cream • 2 tbsp sugar 1 tsp salt • 2 tbsp Planters Oil 1 pkg. Flcischmann's Active Ory Yeast .p warm water (105 -115T.) 2U cups unsifted flour • 1 egg l'j tbsp chopped chives S !! tow cream: add sugar, salt. Planters Oil, Cool 10 lukewarm. Dissolve yeast in Harm water in warn bo"I. \dJ lukewarm mixture. Hour, eg) chives. Beat until smooth. Cover: in wiirm planiiniil doiil'lcd, <0min, Srit batterdown: spoon Into 12 oiled mufHn cups. Let ritt until doubled, 90 min. Bake at Mh\ l. 15 min. "t until done. Makes 12 buns! •"':< i iii %  > %  is closely associated with David, onetime shepherd, warrior, poet, scholar, king. "A harp hung over David's bed" relates the Talmud. "At midnight a North wind blew on it, and it played of itself. Then the Hint; arose and studied Torah till tin break of day." Be the mom with the mostcst... bake CHEESEBERRY CHARMS l'j cups unsifted flour 2 tbsp sugar • 1 tsp salt 2 pkgs (3-oz. each) cream cheesa Vi cup Planters Peanut Oil 1 4 cup raspberry jam Combine flour, sugar, salt. Cut in cheese with pastry blender or 2 knites until it resembles coarse meal. Add Planters Oil: mix until vtell blended. Roll out to |* thickness. Cut with 3" cookie cutter. Place )4 tsp iam in each center. Kold and seal edges. Place on ungreased baking sheet and bake at 4tm I about 15 minutes or until done. Makes about 2M dozen, I'll be back soon with more freshly gathered — Manna About Town. A Planters Oil Exclusive IT'S THE LIGHT POLYUNSATURATED OIL... NOT ONLY LIGHT BUT DELICI0USLY LIGHT



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Page 14-B +.kwist ncridtiriri Friday. May IS. 1964 Mar-Len Gardens Offer Beautiful Community for the Luxury-Minded Mar-Len Gardens is now under construction at 16300 NE 14th Ave., No. Miami Beach. The garden apartment commun ,t> is for adults only. At Mar-Len Gardens are featured two luxurious swimming pools, with one pi them heated, a huge air-conditioned auditorium and complete stage, a full-time recreation director, horseshoe pitching and separate sauna. Two buildings already have been completed — the administration building, in which the sales and executive offices are located, and the one-story building housing jhree model apartments, which eventually will be used by staff personnel. L'nder construction at this time is the first of three cooperative apartment houses, each of which will contain 14 units. Occupancy }> scheduled for August and September. Other buildings to be started soon are expected to be ready for occupancy in October ;.nd November. In all. 12 such buildings housing Shazar Sends Beachite Letter Of High Praise President of Israel Zalman Scalar this week sent a letter of praise to Bernard Silver, Miami Beach resident, for his philanthropic endeavor in behalf of the Jewish National Fund. Leon J. Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, and Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman of the Jewish National Fund Foundation, announced the receipt of the Presidential letter. Mr. Shazar said that "special credit goes to Bernard Silver, who** initiative, personal generosity and that of hi* family made it possible to embark on the special 'Besht' project." Silver is the sixth generation of the famous Rabbinical family of Baal Shem Tov, one of the most learned and revered Jewish scholars in Israel and founder of Chassidism. Before settling in Miami, Silver traveled all over the world as 14 apartments each will be erected within the next year. Developers are veterans in housing, Leonard Schreiber. Leonard Pearl. Marcus Gesundheit and Sidney Gordon. Ro-Len Gardens in Hallandale are among their larger Florida developments. Also featured at Marlen will be '. a billiard room, card rooms, steam baths, shuffleboard, sun deck, fully-equipped kitchen, hobby room, patio areas and putting %  MB. Mar-Len Gardens is directly behind Burdines in the 163rd Street Shopping Center. Available within walking distance are shopping, theatres, restaurants, temples and bus service. Gardens apartments being as low as $7,595. The exclusive site features a recreation building with three acres of private facilities for Mar-Len residents only. Dancing, movies and a round of many social activities are planned "for the big auditorium, with a full time social director in charge of the varied programs. Miss Hovis Appointed Miss Frances ("Mac") HoviS, well-known in South Florida banking circles, has just been elected j assistant cashier of the Capital, National Bank of Miami. Her primary responsibility will be the field of commercial loans and credit. ., T r^ one are an administration building, a huge auciiProjected 15-building site of Mar-Len Gardens, or apa rtment building lor stall iust north ol the 163rd Street Shoppmq Center tcjmm a just north ol the lbJrct street an"H" u v*"T~" Derson nel. In addition to 12 buildings of 1.627 units, there personne Beth Sholom Will Confirm 35 Pythian Sisters Raise Funds Proceeds raised at the fashion show and games night of Roosevelt Temple 33. Pythian Sisters, were channeled to Temple charities. Event was held last Wednesday evening at Pythian Hail. 4601 W. Flagler St. On Wednesday evening Apr. 22, the group held a membership tea at the home of most excellent chief. Edna Anderson. a correspondent for the Jewish Morning Journal, one of the largest Yiddish newspapers in America. He is now sponsoring the establishment of the Baal Shem Tov Forest near Safad, Israel. Annual confirmation service of Temple Beth Sholom of Miami Beach will be held on Saturday evening. 7:15 p.m., according to an announctment by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of the congregation. Theme of the confirmation, •What is a Jew?" was written by the confirmands. under the direction of Rabbi Kronish. Herbert C. Bloom is director of education at Beth Sholom, and faculty mem bers are Miss Nettie Goldstein and Dr. Solomon Lichter. The 38 boys and irls of con firmation class 5724 are: Charles Jay, "on "f Mr and Mi> .lark Abbott; Ailene (tale, daughter of Mi-, and afr. Leonard AdelauMi; Andrea l..:in. lUuglii. r ..f IT. anil Mrs. I..A. Asii.r Jr.; L.is:i. daunt!ter of I'r. ami Mrs, Ji-ru Benson: /-• linn I."•niiur.i. duiwlili r of Mr. anil Mrs. Maxwell <; Itarser; Jeffrey Hi map of M'\ and Mis. Edmund Itrant; Ja'msn Harry, -son of Mr. ami Mr~. Ijluaid Ui'kson, Keli'>lfyrna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. I*, 1; dnuRbl. %  M % %  "•' Mllli Ii %  %  Mr. Julian K S, Juer: 1 aniwhl M II : IIIKI Ml II %  -"" '" \ir ml Mrs. in..i,. \,.M. daushti %  %  • %  %  •' M Mi and Mi %  '" %  "" I ThoinuH, s--ii •" II : Mr Kli kl. illoi la, ilii f Mi Mr* Josenh Bis. %  v lUiam l V | in and M H %  H"*' .ml Arthur, %  %  l M v: Ham u.-l Ne*al: Sotl liffn %  v Mr. and Mrs Pred \i • %  %  M ushf .1 daughter ul M • Ma tin ': Sl. ini. Tan.I I'., -.!•• %  •' Mr. an.l Mrs Ha,ul harah, i danirhl. i n< M Mri n|>k Sun Mi I.. iii'/. Mi and \IiII. in | \V ••• .. i %  M dauicbtei M Mi • Gi rm Wring' • Jack 1 livid, %  n Mi -mil Mi. Harold w High Breakfast' Set for Sunday Some 1,000 supporters of Ma\ r Kobert King High's QMApajga for I h e Democratic gubei r ilon.il nomination will meet at 1 am Sunday, at the DiLido li Irving Spear, of Surfsi-1 • and High area chairman, said that a • High Committee of 1,000" bunched last Sunday at a br*>.ikfa-t meeting of nearly 200 supporters a! tue PiUdo is almost complete. 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kdoj.Mcy IS, 1964 ^hni^fhrkHan Page 15-B leach UN Unit [o Install Berns u Beach Branch. American in 11 the United Nal" on Ml iiMt*U officers at a L r anci set for 7 p.m.. Tiies|, v j |9. at LM Violins. 1751 l,fca Blvd. ;• will be U.S. Rep. Claude I Elliott Roosevelt will be l-i, officer, and Judge Hen|t' L .ilal).'" will preside H"-Orik J. Bern*, well-known |nev.'r-aper writer and radio news Icorr-entator, will be new preilide" Oitgoing president, Irvln R. 5:-mdler, will be named co[oroVatcr of all Greater Miami Chafers of AAUN. ( • men for the event are Mrs Tot : nanuel; 13 star Island, and bin Philip F. Thau. Crystal I M I.I ini lieach. who have for two orchestral and \\ ith Latin flavor lor • tertainment of members nd sts T • installed, in addition to Ben -ire Mrs. Toby Emnnuel. !rdip F. Thau. Abe Grunhut. Upman, Harry Perkel. esidentt; Miss Freda Budccretary; ii P. FUR MI, I c. i-r, ar.d Judge Balaban. \ ntarian Mi • -rs (if the board are Mrs. | Balabn, Judge Milton Fell'i. • n. flyman Calbut. Wally luci Mayor Charles F. Hall. Luk (lonlon, Martin Jones, |abi Leon Krunish. Dr. Solomon Mrs Anna Brenner Mcy Miiullin, Hy Morris. Joel man. Hon. Kenneth Oka. I Mrs Flliott Rootevelt, |ii.aura J. Shepard, Burnett e Rev. R. Wiley Scott. Irrtndler, Judge Harold B. B. Bayard Strell. Mrs Tyson and George Wolpert. rations are being taken by ..muel and Mrs. Thau. United NationB dinner chairmen are Mrs. Philip F. Thau (left) and Mrs. Toby Emanuel. Dinner arrangements and reservations are the responsibility of these Miami Beach residents. Occasion is installation oi officers of the Miami Beach Branch, American Association for the United Nations, set for 7 p.m., Tuesday. May 19, at Les Violins. LEBOWITZ. Max, fl ..r 6X0 BE 1st si I Ilalenh, died May • I loi don CAPLAN. Hi. Minnie, I.I of I:'" I \ l!u> l;.I Si nee* in I'll ir.i.ink LUBY. II. in. i II. 72, HI -".'ii K ng I'lMlll l>l Rlvel ROSEN, Mi rrlH, 2, ol tin foil nAvi %  iiiiiH |, ii Kl>eraldi GOLDBERG. Hmri X .7. ..f 1240 Bu %  %  !• %  n> inI'l ltd S. i i ievH in i in i inn.ill. i [livi l -ill. GOLDSTEIN, MnSei ;:.. ,,r |; Rax lid. S.:M. PS In N V.C RIVI '-1,1. GRUSIN. Khlf.il-| II. "X, ..f ITiOtl B Kd Ner\ices in Rvansville, Ind. RIv.r-|.uLERNER. II. II-. 16, of I0IS NK Si. Rlvifslil. WINER. VI n. of MO W.-.I \x, Wxi man. KAHN. Molts riordon, ft, ..f 2ri Collins Ave .ii. ii May i Riverside. LEHStHAUPT. Vi'h.ui. :..;, ,.f 1030 I'.lli St. Servi.-e* in r.rit.klxn Rlvel -1,1,WEINBERGER. Manuel, 71. of Mol MW 71Ii St. liordon WEISBURD. Mm Surah, 71. .,f 1680 CiiHIn* Vi Services in Koreat Mills. N.V I :U.. : -i.i. NEWMAN. Alexander .i. •;'.. ,.f isel SW Mih .'!.. ,11. ,1 Max s RIv. dc SANDERS, Kil.-.-n DuehOn, •, died In 1.1,Anirafi she waa the wife oi i Mi lerald s IIHI, I H < iordon SLOFSKY. I.-. ,ir. M. ..f I 7..M |:.,x |[il died May 1 s. r> \, in s v..-.' Blaein-'-'POX. Aaron, S, af i':::ni SW 16th Ter. GOTTLIEB. Mrs, Shirley, SI, ,.f 250 s.-ixii-.-in Chicago Newman, Collins Ax, Service* in New fork lonlon LEVENTHAL. MIAnnn, 71. of 730 Mli l-n;,in Ax. Riverside MOLDOFF. MiI'.iuline. 7s. of 1 7LT. SW HUli Axe, i Iordon LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERC No. 64C 5193 | i|. \ SHIM' iatntirr, X KM'ir I.I:K smpp. I >. I, n "ii -I to serve a oppy of >-..inAn-xx • i or Pleading ti the Bill ol Complnlnl on the I'lalnl .iiiirn.'x. An*.'.' R Eerdle, Suite 203-204, 2315 .' W I..-.I.Road, Coral i Indies, r*k •• ila :::i::i. and file tin original Answer oi l a n*arllng In the oft let of tli.I'jerk of the Circuit •"..mi mi .,1 lii fi re iini:nli ii.i> • %  < June, I:M'.I If M.U f.iil to do no, Jud*in, nt b) di i. lit x^ iii i„ taki II 14.111!-' --ii for let demanded in t ha Bill i-i i 'ninpl i i-ii. Tliiii.! shall !••• pniilisli.il om each A .. u t.-r i.t inaei utlvi xxeeka in Till-: li:\\ ISM I'I.IIKIIHAN l>\i: AM> i ii:i'i-:i:i-:i> ul Miami, HI..riil.i. iliiII ,1., v ,.t M ix Al'. lni.4. a II I.HATIIKRMAN, C I'ir.-uit Court, I'.I'llCounty, rlorlila 'M -ill II' IS I 'll'l.tl.. 11. put) ''I, ik AINSI.EK R I l-:i(|IIK Suite 202-4, 231" S W I...I. uti. Rd I 'ul || I 'Illlll, -. i'l.l |'h | |K--., Alt.il n.-.x t,.i IM llBtlff %  11 22%  in k [Philadelphia Orch. lue on Beach ne Ormandy and the I'hil Orchestra return to the usic scene for the first five >ear this Saturday |M : % %  at Miami Beach Auditor | an o|>en-to the public conI • 11rin-4 pianist Susan Starr. \1. >tarr. a 22-year-oW PhilaIt'll-1 and winner of a coveted lew prize award at the 1962 lonal Tchaikovsky Piano tompe'.tion m Moscow, will perI'rm i-i't'thoven's Piano Concerto P o 4 G. Tht najor orchestral work on t" i gnm will be RachmaniMfs s>mphon> No. 2 in E minor. D0tfai the .Mai...f wil.Uil-: COOK (WILLIE C.) IW.I'.I l-:i.l.is. ileeaaaiH I'lof Cumberland County, Noftn I'.H"iliiii. t.. iinCount) .IUIIK.-S "f I'.uiCounty, and file the nnu in ,lnpll,TI.I al |.I-'XM1.-II In s.-i-ilnn 7:; l lorMa Statute*, In their offteea In the County Courthouse In l***!*County, Kim i'lii. xviiliin ata ciiU-iiiiar monthi* from tin lime of the rfral pw b lte e tlon hereof, "i Hi same xxili be Hatred DATED at Miami. I'mle i'..iinu. Florida, llii^ !-'lli 'lax "f Max All, i'".i MARJORIE DAVIH KI.1.IS aAiuill.i'x ATi:i' IN THE i:sTA'l'l-: ol-' S.\1l> DECEDENT VI.II are herein imiifiert that a xx i.ii m-iiiiin.nT pueportnta '" ba the IHM xx III and teetaMSnl of .-mill ili-ee,1,-ni hae been admitted to protMfe In H 'i '""uii v..ii are hereby rotnmaii'l.tl xxlihlii >ix ,-aleiiitai niontha from 11"date if the flral ptibllentlon ,,f i hi. notlei %  appeM In aa Id 'ourt in.i -.h.'xx nause, ;i any x,.u can, why I hi action ol nald 'ourl In %  x\ ill I.probate should n I and .;.,.. I i II \\K n i">\\ UNO f\>unts I llx Mi Ii-. '' I ill ll I'i of thla notli the 13th 'iix %  !' Max. i ".i IRVINll I'VI'EN IJAW OKI I' I •M. X NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'ottCE is III:IM-:I'.V UIVEN that Hi.im.l. I>|IJII.-.I. aeairtnc i,. e,iaK in ini-in.> under the fletltlnue name "f Mi'lMii sH"i: i "i:i' HI M 2Kth Street, llial.-.-ih Intend)' in .^j;-al.l name xxlih the Clerk of ihe I'ii.uii I'. .mi ,.i i .ml,. I'.iiirux. |-'l,.|i,ia AKIIICi: AN Sill Hi 1 id'. A Ni-xx Vi.rk '.>. p. Authorised to do ttaatneHM in Kla MARTIN \v IKNKR A i" x rbi Apptiennt HIS Akhale] Uldg. '. K. ... NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKKY UIVEN that ih,. IIIIII.-I >iun,-I. dealjinfi to enaaav In in -iin,l, ithe li' mi.'iinan ul Win.I II: .,! ...:„, \ i; ... North .xi ami Di ai h I i-i Ma nteudf tn reitlvter ^., I name with the Cli • if the I'n,ini Court ol i'.ui, County, I I,,i HI. i III'III, INC IRVINU CVI'R.N LAW ul 'l-'li'KS \II"I 11,-X H lui' I ...I III. HJ3 Arthur '. i Road Mi.inn Reach, i-i-' i.i.. %  I5-S2-29, 'I S IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60706-C IN RE i:-: .ii •! i: •.%  : SOSKIN I'.-. IM .1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la hereby given thai I have t'lh-d my h'inal Report and Petition for Distribution and Pintri Diet bain iA.lminiMi al'iof Ih.estate "f ::i'SC SOJIKIN, deceaaedM ..ml thai on III^ 15th day of Inn.-. II'M. will apply to ihHonorable County Jufbjat I l>i,l.Cotmty, l-lorhla. fn.i|ilin\:il .'I wild Kinal Repiirt and fur ili.-n iiniiinii mill I'inii wlaeliunae aa Aiimlnlatrator of the ,-iiiite of the abori named dei-edent. TMa ISth day "f Max. i:".i Ji'SII RKPHt'N Admlrdatrator l.is'll RRPHl'N Attorney i ." \\ ushlnaton A \.Miami Ueai-li, i |. ul.i :. I:.--J:'-.I', •; ". CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO Al.l. TI > x\ l|iM THESE PRESENTS SIIAI.I. i ''Mi:. UREETINllS VVtl R. II I-I II. i: Ml VMI, KI.' iRIHA; VIRCINI V II H WtRISi 'N, Ml x.xli. | i.i'Kii'A RrXilNA M MOltcis. MIAMI. hUdilDAi did "ii the l Ith tins ol M irvta, A I'. I56, ause to lie in, HI i.i.r.i .i under i lie I .u ih. stall ol I it II Ida i 'AS'i'.xi. TAI.. i.i i\\ 'Al CAN V .i mi poratlun, wlih Iiin-iii. i|...l pl-u-i -i -.,,t Ml AMI SI'RINOS. DAOE 'I N'I'V. m thi Stati .I I lo Ida, and whereas such eoriMiratioii did on the 2lh day "I" April, AH. IVC4, I use in be filed in the iiffi,-,of ih,s.-. i-.-iaix ,.f Utate uf the Suite ..; h'li>rlda, the ilocumen i.irx authoritj n quired ninl. i '."••_:. I'l. .rid.i Statutes, showing the dissolution ,.f Huch rorptiratlon. Now, therefore, the Secretary, State doe* heretr, certify i" the foreRolnc and thai he I* satisfied that the requirement* of the law have In t-n ciimnlled wttl IN WITNISV \\ HBRBOK. I h 'x. h' reunto set my hand and havi "I lie Urenl S. il ,.i n,.. si-ii.. ol Elorida, al Tallah the Capital, thin the r\\r\TYNi.N'Tll ,lnv of APRIL, A l> i".n I' >M ADAMS 1 seal I S'I .-i. i.i: x ,.i state %  • %  r'it NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NtiTICE is HKRKRY UIVIfN that ht undershrneil ileslrlnat i" • •• % %  .-. % %  business un.lt-i the fli tltioui SI KI'SIHK in ,>• SBR\ ICE .-T v rio.N .,. Mm HanMnp A.,. stirfsMi l-la.. mi, i,.|. I,, renister aald n n %  with the Clerk ol the Circuit iniiri ol i '.ul.Count) li-.i Ida. u AI. Ell MI Ri >|p :. < |--2.!s IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62579-C IN RE INi.il,. ..I WII.I.II: II I I:\VIS 11. cents ,| NOTICE TO CREDITORS To MI Creditors and All r. rsoni llax :-.L'laims "i i-• -.m.u ABainal Said Eatate: \ ..ii .ii. hereby nutlfiecl and reMiii'i-t| In in.-.-n; any cWlnts anil demamfc which you max hiave aKahnat I id.i-M.it. ..f WII.I.II: t: l.KWIS, de<• -ist-ii late ni I'a.ieCounty, Kim-hta. ii. the <""iinix Judffee of I'ade Cotmty, sn.l I'll.the -am. In thetr nfflcee in ih. Courtly Courthouoa In IhUSa County, Elorida, within -i\ calender months from the date ••! the first inii'lli-ati..n hi-rt-i'i'. .-I the >:'intxx-iii inburred, l n:i.i. v DAVIS' h.lihn.-iii. i lutdxti In I 'ai Bier Atii.iii. ) ^ %  lot \\. -i iia-;i. r Street Miami j, I'mrlda i .'Jl. :. 1-g-lS BEST WISHES TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS 16th ANNIVERSARY Miami Seal, Certificate & Stamp Co. INC. 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"Jewish Floridian Mian-,., Florida. Friday. May 15. 1964 Section C Newly-elected officers of the Tolner Social Club are shown at their recent installation af: al the Seville Hotel. The club consists of former residents and their descendants of the Ukrainian Town of Tolna. Left to right are loseph Fine, chairman of the Israel Projects mittoe; Abe Zailen. chairman of the In* • .Haticn affair; Mis. David Goodman, treasurer; Meyer Sigal, vice president; Max Fierman. associate treasurer; Mrs. Ann Otchet, secretary; and Sam Rappaporl, president. Mr. Fierman and Mrs. Otchet hold plaques presented to them for outstanding service to the club. Gil Rappaport, executive director of the Southeast Region of the Zionist Organization of America, was installing officer. i lected to office for the coming year in the Roaring 20s, the young adult singles clrb of the Miami YMHA. are standinq %  :t to right) Myron Beck, treasurer; Jerry Rubin, second vice president; Fred Cohen, first vice president; Sid Ehrens, presdent. Seated (left to right) are Ann Shires, corresponding %  tary; and Sharon Segal, recording secretary. Roaring 20's Elect Officers The Roaring 20s. the young adult tingles group of the Miami YMHA, announces the election ot officers and Board of Directors for the coming year. They are %  follow Sid Ehrens, president; Fred Cohen, first vice president; Jerrj Rubin, second vice president, Sharon Segal, recording secretary; Ann Shires, corresponding secretary; Myron Beck, treasurer Elected to the Board of Dire< tors wen Mark Danzig. Bill i ..in, Carol Gershenoff, Karelyn Kagan, Jack Kesser, Sandy Kramer, Sue Mishkin. Diane Tauber, Vfarianna Youngerman. The Roaring 20a meet on Thurs. i; .;n p m at the Miami YMHA Branch. 450 S\V 16th Ave, Program tor the month of May will include a social square dance party held Man 7; the celebration of the i6th anniversary of the state ot Israel, with a guest speaker, on May 14; a Riviera Night with games and prizes on May 21; and a llootenanny Coffee House on May 26 Beth Jacob Elects Officers Congregation Beth Jacob held it? annual election of officers here recently. Morris B. Frank, president, Aaron Lerner. first vice president, .Morris Krevat, second vice president, Louis Baida, financial secretary, and Harvey Tendler, recording secretary, were unanimously reelected for another year. Two motions were unanimously passed, electing Marcie Liberman, lormer mayor and councilman, as lite treasurer, and Jacob C. Cohen elected as honorary life member. The following were appointed to serve on the Board of Directors: Samuel Breslow, Ben Cohen, Benny Cohen, Isaac Cohen, Joseph Cohen, Samuel Deutch. Joseph Dube, Morris Edelstein, Abe Eisenberg, Judge Mai Englander, Samuel Fisch, Hon. Bernard A. Prank) Ben B. Gaines. Joseph Gardner, Harry Genet. Lipa Gewitz, Max D Goldhagen, Max Goldstein. Isak Gottlieb, Samuel Kaplan. William Kline. David Krevat. Sol Krevat. Ben Lerner. Louis Makovsky. Sam L Matz, Harry Matz. Jo>eph Miller. Philip Nemi icivsky. Joseph Keisman. Dai. Roth, William Rubin, Rabbi A. J. Safra, Abe Schoenfeld. Israel Schultz, George Schwartz. Sam | Schwartz, Morns Segal, LouiSharkin. Harry Shapiro. Harry J. j Sou, stole Tendrich, Sol Thaler. .Max Thurston, Morris Machhold-1 er, Louis Wasserman, and Jack! Anchor Honorarj presidents arc Morris B Frank. William G. Mechanic. | Leo Mayer, Jack Satin and Davio Whitman Installation ot the new officer: will be held durum the second da> of Shavout services by Rabbi llbor H. Stern, spiritual leader Of the congregation MOMtlS I. FRANK Presentation of a plague honoring the outgoing president of the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami was a highlight of the organization's 13th annual dinner last week at the Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club. A. Budd Cutler (right) receives the plague upon his completion of a three-year term as "Y" president by Leon Kaplan (left), vice president of the National Jewish Welfare Board and past president of the Greater Miami "Y." Temple Israel Registration Now Registration for the Religious School of Temple Israel of Greater Miami will begin at the earliest date in many years, it was announced this week by Cantor Jacob G. Bornstein, director of education "The early date of public school opening, as well as the High Holy Days in September, could very I well create a problem if Religious %  School registration is delayed too long." according to Cantor Born stain. Temple Israel members this week received registration forma in the mail for the 1964-65 school year which begins the weekend of Sept. 12 to 13. "In addition, children who will be going to Religious School for the first time will be permitted to register now," said Cantor I Bornstein. Sinai Marking Hospital Week A patient spends nail as much time and gets belter faster toda> i ,i hospital than he did :t years o, Samuel Gertner, executiv* reel IT "i M unl Sanai Hospital. said thiweek on the opening ol National Hospital Week, Maj ll to 16 Mount Sinai Hospital is joining other hospitals throughout the nation in observing National Hospital Week, held annually during the week of Florence Nightingale's birthday On May 12 The week ll sponsored by the American HOS pital Association to give individuals an opportunity to learn more about the hospitals in their community. Mount Sinai celebrated the weak with a special "Open House" for the public on Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. Tours, led by members of the Women's Auxiliary, were conducted throughout the hospital showing many facets of the institution. Noted Teachers Are Honored Two national "Jewish Teachers of the Year." honored by the American Association of Jewish Education, addressed a general membership meeting of the Bureau of Jewish Education on Tuesday, 8:15 p.m.. in the Auditorium >1 Temple Menorah. Harr y I'erach Kwitney and Isaiah Adler. the two 'Teachers of the Year." saluted the Heji-ew teachers of Greater Miami jl the Bureau's national celebration ot Yom HaMoreh. Jewish reachers Day. Kwitney is now caching at the Hebrew Academy and Adler. retired, is teaching idull studies at Temple Emanu21. Joseph Cohen, president of the Bureau, distributed Certificates cf Honor to 21 Hebrew teachers who have given seven years of service to the community. Judge Frederick Barad. chair.nan ol the Bureau s Board of icense, distributed Hebrew acker licenses, granted during .he school year l93-ti4 Cantor ihraham Seif, ol Knesetta Israel Jongregation. presented a mus-. cal interlude. The meeting also included the eleotion of officers "f the Bueau and action on an amendment u Bureau bylaw-, and a report heard on tinbuilding pro gram Ol the Bureau by Ben Zion linsburg, chairman ot the Build.:.. i ommittee Louis Schwartzman, executive lirector of the Bureau, directed .he program session of the meet :llg. Blood Bank At Beth David A mobile blood bank unit of .Mount Sinai Hospital was m-talled in the Social Hall of Beth David Congregation on Sunday morning Irom 9 to 12 noon. Under the sponsorship of the Beth David Men's Club, all memberof Beth David and their families between the ages of 18 and 60 were urged to become blood donors by giving a pint M blood The Men's Club served breaklast to all donors Services, drugs and methods of patient care that were unknown a few years ago have helped reduce the average stay of a patArt I l PflderS lent, Gertner explained. Although costs of "hospital care have risen. Gertner believetinpatient is getting "a bargain" with the advanced methods employed today in hospitals. "The patient is made more comfortable, recovers faster and returns to his normal daily routine sooner.'' he added HOLIDAY WIL1 BE OBSERVED HERE SUNDAY AND MONDAY What is Your Score in the Shavuoth Quiz Box? By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX I w hy is it especially customary to •at dairy foods on Shavuoth? The author of the Kol Bo exPlains that the reason for eating loods on Shavuoth is belt is the anniversary of 'lie Revelation of the Torah which tUM been compared to Milk and Money He infers this from the verse In the Bible (Song of Song-. 1.11) which states "Honey and Milk are under thy tongue." Another medieval commentator bases the practice upon the Hebrew initials of the Bible phrase "when > e bring a new meal offering unto the Lord (in your Feast of Wfek-i (Num. 28:26) which spell out the word "Mechalav" (from milk Some authorities contend that this waa means of remembering that, at the occasion of the Revelation' of the Torah. the laws of ritual slaughter (Shechita) were given to the people of Israel. This iio.int that the meat that remain i i In their possession from earlier days was not permissible, since it had not been slaughtered prop crly Thus they could eat only dairy that day. There are commentaries that explain the custom on the basis of Continued on Page 4-C Press Rights Bill Burnett Roth, Florida regional chairman of the Anti-Defamation League, Morton L. Annis, Tampa industrialist, and Nate Perlmutter. outgoing Florida ADL director, were among 132 representatives of the League representing 30 states who met in Washington. DC. last week to counsel U.S. Senators on the pending civil rights bill Sen. Hubert Humphrey, who is guiding the legislation through the Senate, speaking before the ADL representatives, called this "the most impressive and important single group of busincsnien to appear in Washington in behalf of the civil rights bill." Appointments were made for the visitors to meet with their re spective Senators, who were urged toward early passage of the hill "to insure peace and tran quility on the American scene



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Page 2-C vjewlst ncridian Friday. May 15. 1964 Junior Auxiliary Elects Officers j Judge Irving Cypen installed i newly-elected President Mrs George Israel at a Junior Auxiliary of the Home for Aged luncheon meeting recently at the Deauvilla Hotel. Outgoing president. Mrs. Barthold Strauss, gave the annual report, and a large group ol new life members was honored Reservations chairman was Mrs C'oleman Glover Norton Pallot (right), chairman of United Fund's Automotive and Accessories Section, and Sam Luby Jr. (left), receive awards on behalf of Miami Auto Dealers from Sidney D. Ansin, 1964 campaign chairman of United Fund. The young business executives were honored "for their successful efforts in behalf of the campaign." Pallot heads the Norton Tire Company, nation's largest B.F. Goodrich dealer, and Luby is president of Luby Chevrolet. Special Awards Presented Honorary certificates and special awards were distributed during Temple Sinai Religious School closing exercises on Sunday morning at 11 a.m. Opti-Mrs. Club Holds Election Judge Jason Berkman was -nest speaker at the Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach luncheon meeting on Tuesday at the Barcelona Hotel. Scheduled on the business agenda conducted by President Mrs. Murray Sonnet were end-ott he-year committee reports, followed bv election of officers for 1964-65 Slate included Mrs. Louis Pil zt-r. president; Mrs. Seymour Sil verm*!), Mrs. Jerry Lindenbaum Mrs. Leonard Platt, vice presi dents; Mrs. Irving Kern, cor responding secretary; Mrs. Frank Nankin, recording secretary; Mrs Bill Click, social secretary; Mrs Sam Hirsch. treasurer. FOR REST AND RELAXATION AT YOUR FAVORITE FURNITURE STORE E. 6. MALOME MATTRESS CO. TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS JANE S. ROBERTS Your School Board Member MUGGE'S RESTAURANT, INC. fOR FINE FOOD COMPUTE DINMtRS "THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS ... AT REASONABLE PRICES" ALSO A LA CARTE k\lHU AMPLE FREE PARKING — AIR CONDITIONED 1818 N.W. 36th St. NE 5-4714 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS Florida Inter-Island Shipping Corp. CHARTER SHIPPING TO ISLANDS SERVING THE CARIBBEAN PIER No. 3 Ph. 379-1516 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GREETINGS CURTIS Battery & Electric Corp. NEW REBUILT Truck • Automobile Marine • Airplane Industrial • Lift Truck • Golf Cart All Types Foreign Car Batteries Generator & Starter Exchange Voltage Regulators CHECK OUR PRICE FIRST! NE 5-8112 NE 5-3356 1500 N.W. 20th ST. TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS KIGHTS \iin*ri*an SorvitM' Station QUALITY PRODUCTS PLUS SERVICE 15200 NE 6th AVENUE Phone 945-8741 Marine Engine Overhaul Ofld Installation Distributors Universal Marine Engines MIAMI MARINE ENGINEERS, INC. 418 S.W. 2nd AVENUE Miami 36, Florida C. A. tauter Telephone) 373-6669 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS PALM SPRINGS GULF SERVICE "SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS' 1405 WEST 49th STREET Hialeah Ph. 821-8914 HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL V-ANN CLEANERS DRY CLEANING & LAUNDRY 1978 EAST 4th AVE. Hialeah Ph. 885-4321 TO ALL GREETINGS THE TOWN RESTAURANT 1S3 N.E. 1st Street BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNED Music Air Conditioned 7 A.M. lo 2 A.M. Closed Sunday Phone FR 4-4733 GREETINGS It's Clean — It Wears Longer ASPHALT MATERIAL CO. PAVING WITH PLANT MIXED ASPHALT 1000 NW 57th Avenue MO 7-2551 P.O. Box 44-008 Miami, Fla TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS CONCRETE EQUIPMENT, INC. CONCRETE PRODUCTS SALES and SERVICE 720 Ali Baba Ave., Opa Locka Ph. 688-2521 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS CORAL CHEMICAL COMPANY Distributor of INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS 9300 South Dixie Highway Ph. 661-1621 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS AIRPORT AUTO PARTS WHOLESALE & RETAIL AUTO PARTS "We Carry A Full Line" 4853 N.W. 36th Street Miami Springs Ph. 885-2737 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS BILL & FRANK'S PAINT & BODY SHOP PAINTING • BODY REPAIRS Come In for Free Estimate 8700 N.W. 22nd Avenue Ph. 696-4832 HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL COLUMBIA FURNITURE OF FLORIDA „._ m "*" "MY AMIKKAN D0M F '"WIS CABINET WORK MILL WOtK ana' ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK 4698 East 10th Lane Hialeah, Florida Ph. 685-2291 LARRY MARK* & COMPANY wni1 l NUFACTU f IR$ 0IJT "'"T0tS WHOLESALE nomiNS, MISStSt JUNI0KS' DKISSIS, C0AJS t SUITS *.rk, M* 120 N.W. 2ni S,r.., Mie.i. „.. fb— FR M**1



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Friday. May 15. 1964 &f iw/if ncrlcfictn Page 3-C Shavuoth is the Harvest of a Sacred Revelation By OAVID SCHWARTZ \h uncle liked to simplify things. Shavuoth, he Midi > s a harvest festival but it is also the festival of the Revelation of the Torah on Alt Sinai It '> two things \|> uncle said Jewi like to do ;o things ;:t one time. The fam ous Rabbi of Berditchev. he %  ill. talking to God once, pointed |o a .leu who was dawning (Sty* ing hi" prayers) and at the same time greasing the axis of the heels on his wagon. "Look. I ord and see. where do we find such a people who, even when liny are uorkin. do not forget you?" My uncle said, you often see Jews like that, praying to God and at the same time talking to others. One word to the Lord and the other to his wife and Children. The reason for this habit, my; uncle said, is no doubt hereditary. We started out Being a people in a hurry. The Jews had to pack, b^ke matzoth, and start going to the Promised Land in the middle of the night. A person who could do only one thing at a time would have been lost. That's where we got the habit. Moses took the people into the Wilderness, lie had made them independent But. my uncle said, Moses saw that the people needed a constitution So they stopped a: Mt. Sinai. It's not always bad to be in a hurry, said my uncle. When you have to do several things at one, time, you develop a kind of agility, like a juggler, and you learn to reduce things to the essentials. Sc the Ten Commandments, the constitution given at Mt. Sinai, was brief. Don't commit murder, don't bear false witness, don't steal. The rights of labor were Trio to Serve On Committee Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mdney Lefcourt and Arthur S.' Rosichan, prominent Jewish communal leaders of Miami, will serve on the Program Committee lor the 1964 General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations .Mid Welfare Funds, it was an-1 ""iinced by Louis Stern, of New ark, CJFWF president. Mrs. Joseph Cohen, of New Orlin-, is chairman of the commitlee Lavy If. Becker, of Montreal, and Lilian! I. Levy, of St. Louis, are vice chairmen. Myers, first president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, is a past president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, and Mrs. Myers serves on many important national committees of the Council. Lefcourt is completing his second term as president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the organization which Rosichan serves as executive director. protected with a weekly day ol rest. Even an animal had to have Ins day of rest. Moses also guaranteed the civil rights of minorities Don't oppress the strang (i"." he said, "for ye were strangers in the land of Egypt The people ratified the constitution by saying: "All these things which have been commanded, we will do and we will hearken." They should have said, according to grammar, we will hearken and we will do. Hearken comes from doing. But the rabbis pointed out with psychological insight that this is to teach us that action always comes first. When the Jews settled down in the Promised Land, most of them became farmers; since Moses had made the constitution so simple, there wasn't much need for lawyers, so Shavuoth also became a harvest festival. The people also realized that, if the laws were good and were followed, the crops were good also and there was prosperity The two things in the end became one. The real question, my uncle said, is why do we eat blintzes


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PjfewfeA Fk>rJ(ffor> Paqe 5-C recent installation ceremonies of the Women's Cancer iague of Miami Beach, which devotes its efforts to cancer Li rch at Mt. Sinai Hospital, are (left to right) vice presidents. |is Georqe Lewis. Mrs. Melvyne Sommers. Mrs. Joseph SeBl installing officer, Mrs. lean C. Lehman; president, Mrs. irome Rado; and vice presidents, Mrs. Leon Manheimer and Ls. Harold Soglovitz. __^_ %  ealth Fair It Temple Israel H)), nth annual Mental Health IT ..held all day Wednesday temple Urael. IK one-day event featured discussions, lectures, ex%  lilms and a dramatization mi HI al health problems, aci to Mrs. Robert C. Hector. Irman. I in itsixth year. the Fair i nit of the Mental Health let} "i Greater Miami, a UnitFund agency. Admission is all events on the program. ir. Ivan Berltin, of Coral ibles. gave the keynote Id.ess at 9 a.m. Panel dis ,iions included such topics as vereating," "Communication tween Husband and Wife," 'roblems of the Normal Child," nterfaith Marriages" and lew Views on Alcoholism." Irving as panelists and lecturwere medical doctors, psyhtrtsts, psychologists, mental Tlth specialists, religious and nmunity leaders tuest speaker was Dr. Povi issieng talked on "Love |rraining in Child Psychiatry at Menninger Foundation's Chilkr. s Division. foussieng will talk on 'Love Hate in Childhood DevelopIn t A fellow of the American 1! iychiatric Association, he a hieved national recognition hiwork in the field of emo y disturbed children. fen the Fair Committee with Hector were Dr Richard ki Mrs Robert E Albury. Mill: n Mornson and Mrs. Roy rheme of the Fair was 'Man |ain-t Himself Proceeds for Building Proceeds from Temple Beth Shiran Sisterhood Auction held in the Social Hall on Saturday, at 8 p.m., are earmarked for the new educational building. held in the Social Hall on Saturday, at 8 p.m.. are earmarked for the new educational building. Beth David Youth in Party Beth David Young Adults launched the summer season with a splash party and weiner roast at the Lombardy Hotel on Saturday night. All young adults from 20 to 35 participated in the evening, which included swimming and dancing. Beth Shiran Men Elect Weiss Head of Club Sherburt S Weiss, young attorney, will head the Brotherhood of Ti mple Beth Shiran and will be formal!) installed at an anniversary dinner dance on Saturday, June 6. at the temple Weiss, born in Akron. 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Page 6-C Among members of the liquor industry attending the Combined Jewish Appeal brunch at Westview Country Club are (left to right) Dr. Milton I. Feidelman and co-chairmen Jay Weiss, both of Florida Beverage Corp. Co-Chairman Leo A. Chaikin. of Weinkles Liquor Stores: and guest speaker, Victor A. Fischel. of Victor A. Fischel and Associates. Not shown is Co-Chairman Jerry Halpern. of Atlantic Liquor. The brunch raised SI6.725, a 15 percent increase over the previous campaign. Liquor Division Meets for CJA Some 70 leaders of the Liquor Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal met for a brunch at Westview Country Club recently to raise over $16,725 for the division drive Victor A Fischel. a 35-year veteran of the Seagram organisation, and one of the most widely-known members of the industry, both as a business and philanthropic lead er. was guest speaker. Fischel was introduced by Jay Weiss, of Florida Beverage Corp., • co-chairmen of the division with Leo A. Chaikin, of Weinkles Liquor Stores, end JerFor the man on the go! Z: : •: • •' : %  :: %  : • •.:. i to go -. -. %  %  > %  : :: ;..:•. OW me '-• %  :%  %  %  •-;. •;-.; :%  •:• ..•:-.: mtM %  ;•••:-:-? — :milt : -. %  : and persona id '. :> Ic %  -sure yc-_ "~e e*< dent, dee**>do&le .%  ... Ml cf '*%  --:^-s ^ess or re. next i v Hy South Centre ~ %  : %  %  % %  SOUTH CENTRAL AIRLINES, INC. ry Halpern, of Atlantic Liquor Co. A founder of the New York United Jewish Appeal campaign and one of the Qrsl chairmen of :t* Wine and Spirits Division, as well as a leader in almost every well-known philanthropy in the New York area. Fischel related the plight of Jewish men. women and children throughout the world seeking resettlement in Israel and in lands free from oppres sion in all corners of the globe, Co-Chairman Leo A Chaiken and Federation Executive Director Arthur S Rosichan discussed local needs supported by the one annual Combined Jewish Appeal Seagrams Names Vice President And Sales Mg'c R C Welfa • -•• vice president and general manager I Seagi %  Distillers Company, it is announced b> Hive vice president Bernard • Wells who had bei i r Calvert Dismpan> seph E Seagram & Sons will move from Chicag to Seagram St York headquarters The appointment of Wells, who had been a key member of Tabbat's sales team during the letter's tenure as executive vice president of Calvert, follows by a week the announcement that Tabbat would head the Seagram organization. Seagram Distillers Com| vhich he now joins, is the largi -• lales company of Joseph h Seagram 4 Sons. Inc. marketing Seagram > 7-Crown. Seagram'^ V.O., Seagra: and Seagram'Extra Dry Gin. Wells, who entered the liquor business in 1946 with a In Man-lard, has held Ci Sales positions for more th years He h tral, East) i States Division A native of Bjium' n W Is kft John Hopkins 1941 to enlist aa pri' army Aftei advanced to Lieu) Field Artillery takii four camps -' Theatre Frid ov, May 15 OLi i t M a r i c s MEVERHOFP. M x ?l -'" ( '"' T OB>*.i <->* %  • *i- % %  %  -r lied M l %  %  • W *'U in llroklyn ,UEL nn ZINMAN. V "" ,n iPT^t" t •' W • •' BiOtLt. %  • '" -• %  KRO "' 4:! In i • mklj it \ \ \\ B | E RVAS \\ '" I .11 %  %  GRuMEfl • : "" EuelM IHIH-ID V A L V L D 11 %  •-•' 11 ,|i. I .\: M PORT VAN. 10 8M %  City National Plans Expansion Workmen are now demolishing a build;:.behind CitJ National Rank of Miami in preparation lor ., six -lory. SI 1 million addition that will bring the building at 2. r I %  12 storii .<: bj Architect Herbert \ Matbea to match architecture oi the original budding n being srkin Building •!. wiih a Decembi r I It will pro : ice, il is one o! three hated hankunder direcinam i< r Leonard L .in of the board BERKOWITZ, I \"V\ (Klh BERNARD \| V !M| tnr, KO \, Mei dl n v I RJv. OPPENMEIM KW KM K| PERCAMENT. Utrknu 4 WILLISMA. \, I.I ii Avi H N.-H %  •-• I,-.' I OOTI. I. .-.,.?, I s • S, M Rh • '• GERSON. II, \Vr dlrd Ma KRASNO. I I I ,h. -.1 \! LEFF, M %  died \; PORTMAN v HI .1,. I M GOLD, r.n i Rd Rl\prldi "* ROSEN. Mr* • t| )|| n, KIRSCH. v N n Ijv 11 • In I'hil.i• %  • !. WEINSTEIN. : f I Ins K\ % %  ,li ,i v.BURGER Aw lllnl,KLEIN. Mo .Lin,. %  A\i LUSTGARTEN i %  ••; n> \ %  BAKER. M .,, Kt. m-rvln BERMAN. MrVl : i .-• i: CAVAGNARO P l:„. II EPSTEIN, i: \ .. %  GOLDOWITZ I n ,\\. \. R|V< LINOENBERC, an An SIEGFRIED. Hi > Rne NERF.N. I ... %  ... in \. FARBSTEIN N w | 3rd si GALLIN. %  KANTOR. I \ SELKOWITZ L'vlIlM \ > • Judea Reelects Gelernter Prexy Herbert Gelernter. 3406 Granada Blvd. v\as reelected president of Temple Judea on Sunday Other officers and Board of Trustees for 1964-65 are Joseph Krefetz. first vice president; Victor Reiter. second vice president: Sol Schreiber. secretary: Joseph Klein. trea>urer: Charles Adler. Mervyn Ames, Dr George Balber. Max Deakter Louis Ea-ton. Charles Finkelstein. Melvin Harrison. Richard Horv ich. Harold Jaffer, Le>jnard Kali-h. Dr Elia* Kogan. Albert Kro rowitz. Dr David Seitlin. Dr Jess Spirer. Alfred Swiren, Frank Toback Ralph Turner, and Dr Eernard Yesner. In>taIlation will be neld in the Temple on Saturday evening. June 13. followed by a reception and dance This Emblem Identifies Your Welcome Wagon Firm if prestlfc ii tie itrsiiea art tittc lift if TMf MamuitjL FIBMS INTERESTED IN SPONSORSHIP, PIEASE CALL HI 8-4994 NOW IN MIAMI JEWISH RADIO WEDR-FM 99.1 ON YOUR FM RADIO DIAL Now You Can Hear JEWISH RADIO DAILY Monday thru Friday, and Sundoy, Over Miami's Jewish Radio Station WEDR-FM, 99.? on Your FM Dial THE MIAMI JEWISH SCENE MONDAY-FRIDAY 10-11 A.M. SUNDAY 12:30-1:30 RUBEN GUBERMAN, M.C. MnMnJ MIT? SCHACTER S Y >DDISH PROGRAM MONDAY-FRIDAY 11-12 A.M. SUNDAY 3:15-4:15 P.M. THE TORAH HOUR NARRATED BY RABBI TIBOR STERN, SUNDAY 12 NOON IIH. "? al e ; dy h8Ve '" FM •". WEDR h made P u I." All \ d6liVered y< hom '<" n, V $ '" 5 k .„ fc y H do is "" WED <. 633-0167 end "* haVe di0 Slivered lo your home. LISTEN IN TODAY!



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May 15. 1964 *. k wist fk>rMian Page 7-C LEGAL NOTICE | H c COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT I AND f n DADE COUNTY. FLORID V IN PROBATE NO M*44-C %  |, INTK.N NON I'-' MAKE I ,s I i 'i: DISTRIBUTION \\ s ,v u. IHSCHARUE %  i (iveii thai l I, i nal Report I PellI 1 i Final i'i%  iv ..i the eetati % %  < and that on L • \,., i HI, Mill appl) | ;i si, %  %  11111 > Judaea ol %  i liproval .'i I %  • %  : %  dlsti Ibutiun %  Executrix ol %  nami -I >f April. IW4. I It, HAXN A %  : \.. i r ix J.sCII \ i l\ M.I.I IHE ClRCU'T COURT OF THE I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. olC -3022 K[II VNVU, My&w BY HENRY LEONARD %  i: IIIAXI '• %  mian: p|.| ilK IIIAXI '< l \Aelllli ;i :i\. New Vork AKK HKREBY notified thai .1 |;. [Hvoi ca has %  • • n (Had nl v .-ii are hi %  • %  by re-. v. u cop) "( > "in .1 nsw ei • <>ni|il mil on Hit Plaintiff' VII 1 Mil: W. KAHLICK, -•. 1921 S W I lih Htreet, : 1. .in.1 file the original I 1 iii the office of the 1 :\--\ nth Judii mi ou. • ".|h da) % %  < Ma) I964. II LEA THERMAN I the 1 in ill Court It) 1' i' 1 11 1 I:I. \M > Deput) Clerk : i i 22"Hurry up and hop on, Sam, of we'll be late for Minchal" Copr. 14. Ooymi ProdmHsst tl T COURT. I1TH JUDICIAL .IT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 401 %  IVI.-HX. %  % % %  I'AVISOS Till till |OTICE BY PUBLICATION W.FRED C. DAVISON. Real.now ii. are notified t.. -.-i \ • 1 your answ er to Dlvorca • • f li.1 ..t 1 n-i you in Plainmay, IIBOIWIE NI'll' ILAK, 13th Avr .Miami. Flit., uii.l [.. Ins w i..i Clerk %  •! UnCourt RII'IITI' June 6th 16*4, otherwise |lnt will !.. i "ill--.-• il %  v you fl-:ii Mas :.. 1964 %  : H LEATHERMAN lik of the Circuit Cout 1 lly: C. P rol'Kl.AM' 11.-|. ity ('lerk ". 8-IS-22-29 NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW :; IS HEREBY OIVEN that • sned desiring to sngags In 1 -.III.I, ih.fii tltloui name of TTE CERAMICS at MM Ha) Til. Miami Baach. Florto register said name with s ..f the Circuit Court "i Da* Florida, LOUISE P. MARN Bole 1 • oar VIIM rt. Weiss & l.> oil! %  1 Applicant 1 lagler Street ...I.I S/g-1 l-SJ-U LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NIITH'K 18 WI.KI 1: Y tilVKX that the undersigned, desiring t" engage in business under Ihe fictitious name "f ROTAI, ISI.i: VPARTMBNTS al 1903 East Drive, Harbor laland, North Baj Village Intend to registet raid name with Un 'lei k -I the ''in mi '"in I "( I '."I. 1 '..nut \. FI01 Ida HVMAN KlltKNF.lt II> \ KIRSKER 1 1 %  1:1 %  • a INKFS Attorneys for H) n 41 Ida Klrsner ;. s-i.'.-22-29 LEGAL NOTICE CIRCUIT COURT. I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4984 GENE MARTIN DENNETT, Plaintiff, VS. PEARL BENNETT, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Y' •! PEARL IIENXET I'. Resldenca Cnkoawn, are notified t" aarva a copy of vi. 11 answer t.. Dlvorca Complaint filed against you on PlainnrrM attorney, UEORGE NICHOLAS; (II \.\V. Uth Ai.-. .Mi.iini. Kin., anil niloriainal 1th Clerk of th^ Court .in or before June s th IM4, otharwlaa complaint will be confeaad by you, BATED May I. ln'.i. 1: 1: LEATHERMAN Clark of thiCircuit Court larall By: C. P. Ci 'PBLAXD Deputy Clerk IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COOiiTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 623'3-A IN RE: ll-iat. of AH 'I.I.I 1: EISXER 1 1 eaaed. NOTICE OF PROBATE Till-: STATE "I PLURIDA: TO ALL PERHOXS IXTERESTED IX THE ESTATE OK SAID DECEDENT. v..11 are hereby notified thai a written Inetrument purportlna to be the last will and t.-M.iin.-iit "f Miiil dacedent haa been admlted ti probevta in aiii Court. Vim anhereby commanded within six calendar montha from the date of the first publication of this notice t" appear in eald Court and ihoa cause, if any you can, why ih. .1. ti..n of said Conn In ailiiiittlnu said will i" probate should not stand unreA oked. 1 Irst publication of thin BOtloe un ih. MII day >>f .May. 1M4. \s l-' BLANTON, County Jud* (seal) By:Lois I-', rastorfleld. Clerk IRVINO CTPUN LAW OPPICES Attorney IK Arthur Oodfrey Road Miami Beach, Florida .'. S-13-J! JJ %  I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW is HEREBY OIVBN that Kned, desirins to engage iti n-i. .thfi.tltioiis ii.ini.-s ddln Center; The Wedding .Miami; TinWadding Can%  I Uables; The Wi-ddlng :nla: The Wi-ilillng Can• r Miami al SHU Coral M .inn. Plot Ida Intends to refill with the Clerk of the •I Bade County, Florida '•' IRIAN FRF.F.F1ELD Owner :. I-IS-U-3S NOTICE UNDER FiCTiTOUS NAME LAW K IS HBRRBT OIVEN thai •1. dealt ing to engasja :n.-~ under the fictitious name J.NMIIM: CAR WASH at ItiM %  "'• liighwa)-, North Miami Priorlda intends to reflstar aakl "1 the iVik of th.Circuit 01 Hade County. Florida. |"MA CTORE MIRABELLA Bole 1 'w 11.-i KWITNEV of %  %  Kwltnej .\ UoudJasj ie> ;i-i Applicant Road Mail ueui !,. KI., 4/21. ... l-S-13 _,_ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that i" I dl -l 1 ill* to OJBJgMSJ in under th.fictitious name of V* SERVnCE lll'REAl' at 1 N. North .Miami Bench, to n -i-t. 1 haiil name "" ,' lerk %  • the Circuit Court y, Florida, %  '"UN F KKEUAN Sole • •II.-I I'n 1: M •11 Mi.. :.. i.. jch, riorida ". l-ll : %  : t% Pi Tli ndi f N hi., 1 h< } %  1 1: U in. rT NOT JCE UNDER CTITIOUS NAME LAW • ls "I I I Bl OIVBN that -11. 1 di
  • M COMPANY -it %  w ."in 1 .un, Opa-Locka, -11.1 10 register said name • "f the Circuit Court -lll.l. I' ...I, ';'x-'.. ,: -'" I'i'Mti' riiMlfif* '' ROUBON '' Al U Win.low Do IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62907-C IN RE: Estate of SARAH I. ROPEIK 1'. 1 aased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1*0 All Creditors and All Pereoni Having Claims ,-r Demands Against Said Estate: V'Mi are nereby notified and required to pre se nt any clauns and demands which you ma) have aaalnst thestate of BARAH I. Rol'KlK deCeased late of Had.County, Florida. t.. the County Jddsjea ol Dane County. and tile the same ill diljilii.it. and as provided in Secti o n T3S.lt, Florida Btatutea, in their offices In th,. County Courthouite in Hade County, llorlda. within six calendar months from th.lime uf the first publication hereof, of lh* same will he barred. listed al .Miami. Florida, this Rrd da) "t April, AD. IM4, BERNARD II. ROPEIK As Executor BAML'BL S SMITH Atlome) lor i-:\i'i-utoili'T Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida :. l-S-IS-t] NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No *4C 5077 OKRTRL'DE It. 8EIDEMANN. Plaintiff! \s. I'AI'l. 8EIDKMANN, 1 •.' %  i iilaiil. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti %  PAUL 8EIDEMANN Pickwick Arms Hotel MO Baal Mst Street N.-W fork Oily, New York You Paul 1: fcfeldemann are hereby notified that .1 nil! of Complain 1 f<>r Bivorcf has been tiled against you, ami you are required to serve 1 copj of your Answer or Pleading; to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs attorneys, MYERS, 111-: I MAN KAPLAN. ll.'.O S.W. 1st Slre-t. .Miami. 1 and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on oi before the Mh day of June, IM4. It you fail i" Judgment by default win be taken against you for the r.-h.i demanded in the BUI of Complaint. This until.shall be published once each week foi four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH KLOR1DIAN i'i >NE AND ORDERED at Miami, FI01 1 .. tin th da) oi Ma). A I I K B I.1-. \ 1 HERM .N ci. rk It Oourt, I 'ndi' "ount) Floi Ida i-1-..ii B) MarguerlK Morford 1 -. 1 it\ 1 'lei I. %F, ER8 llli'-l t.N a 1. vrl.AN W. 1st Street .Miami. Flornla Attorneys for Plaintiff NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Na. 64C 4717 RAYMOND LEWIS WILLIS, Plaintiff vs. DOLORES LEE WILLIS. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: DOLORES LEE WILLIS 2111 Herbert Street Baltimore, Maryland You. iHtLOREX I.KE WILLIS, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the. Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's atorney, PAUL KWITNF.Y. 420 IJncoln Ko.ul. .Miami Beach 39. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In Ihe office of the Clerk of the Clrouit Court on or before the 2nd day of June, 1961. If you fall to do so, Juilgmi-nt by default will be taken against you for the r.-li.-f demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall IH1n1l1llsh.1l once each .-.-k for four consecutive weeks In THF. JEWISH FLOR1DLAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this Uth day of April, A.P. IM4. 1: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Conn. I'ade County. Florida (seal) By: L BNBEDEN. Deputy Clerk PAUL KWITNEY, Ew|. 42ii Lincoln Road Miami Beach :I9. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff K/l-g-15-t! NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 372S NUMANCIA LORA CANCINO. Plaintiff, \ CAKI.OS CANCINO, 1 lafendant. T": CABl.t'S CANCINO Bogota, Colombia. S A SUIT FOR DIVORCE You CARLOS CANCINO. are hereto notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve •• cupi of your Anewer or lii-nding to the BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiff a attorne) A. JAY CRISTOL, 21 X.K. First Avi-nue. .Miami. Florida. BUI ISA ami file the original Answer or Pleadbig in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Curt on or before the 16th dav of May, IM4. if you fall t" do so. judgment bN di-tault will be taken against you for the relief demanded in tinBin of Complaint. Tins notice shall be published once %  sch week fisfour consecutive weeks In ill K JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE \M' ORDERED al Miami Florida, this Nth da) of April A D„ 1: B 1 B 1THBRMAN, Clerk, Circuit Conn. Bade County, Florida i..,K 1U : K M. I.Y.MAN Deput) Clerk Wi Intraub, Welntrauh A Crlstol 13th ||,... I 1.1 || I il.ral BlilK. '1 N 1: 1st Ave Miami. I B) v lai Crlstol I ,\tt"i m > for Plaintiff LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE"* COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6308 (Judge Clark, IN RE Estal .loll.N RRENKAfS a k a JOHN BRENCAS Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Ha\ Ing Claims or Demands Against Said I Estate You are hereby notified and re1 quired t" present any claims and demands which you may have agalnat the estate of JOHN BRENKACU a k a JOHN BRENCA8 deceased late of Dade Count.-. Florida, t" the County Judges of Dade County, and file th>-I sami HI duplli He and as provided in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, In I their offices In the Count) Courthouse] in Dade County, Florida, within sis calendar months from the time of thifirst publication hereofi or the same ill be bai red. Dated al Miami, Florida, this g8th day -r April, AD. I9C4. AlAl.c. u.Ai 11. FRIEDMAN As Administrator First publication of this notice on the 8th daof May, IM4, MALCOLM FRIEDMAN, Attorney 243 Securit) Trusl Bldg. %  I I-1S-U-S9 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! I'Jewist nuridUain solicits your legal notice*. We> appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-460.? for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62899 IX RE: Estnte %  f LOUIS TEITELBAUM I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Hav'ng ciain-s or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present ap) claims nnd demands w hi.-h you may have agalnat tinestate of Louis Teitelbaum deceased la''of Dade County, Florida, to the Counts Judges of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate ami 1* provided In Section T33.16, Florida Rtatutes, in th. ir offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within si\ ealendar months from the tune of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, Ibis 17th da) of April. Al> I'II'.I ANN \ BISENBERO As Executrix First publication of ibis notice on the 14th da) of April, l4. CHERENA GOLDEN Attorneys for Executrix SO" Olympla Bldg., .Miami. Pla. 4 84, 5 I-8-1S IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62635 C IN RF Estate of HERMAN LINA8 1 a." -1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You .11, hereby notified and r^qulred t" present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of HERMAN UNAS, deceased la f Had.County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file th, sum,in duplicate and as provided In Section T3S.16, Florida Btatutea, in their offices in tinCount) Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or th>same will be barred. Hated at Miami. Florida, this 13th day ot April, A.D. 1984. %  HILDA UNAS WEINBERO As Executrix Fii-t publication of thin notice on the 17th day of April. |MI, ARONOVITZ, SILVER > SCHER Attorneys for Executrix •Ji>7 Aim-ley Building Miami. Florida 4,17-21. '. 1-S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4080 ALICE fH\TI*iS. Plaintiff. EDWARD CHATLOE. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tin'. EDWARD CH ATI.os. residence address unknown, are required to file your answer to th.i-oinpiaint for Divorce with the Clerk of the above styled Court and serve a copy thereof upon Herman Cohen. Bn„ BHO-ll Congress. Bull.lint. .Miami. Florida, on or before May 18th, 19ii4 or else 1 unplaint will be taken as confessed. DATED April Uth, luiil. r B. LEATHERMAN Cl.rk of the Circuit Court (Sgnl) By: K. M I.V.MAN lVputy Clerk 4/17-24. r.'l-S IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62913 A IN RE: F.-tate of >. IPHIA MILLER, I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claimor Demandi Against Said Estate: You arhereby notified and re,iiiir>-ii to pn-s.-nt any claims and demands which you may have against ih. estate of soi'Hi.v MILLER, deceased late of Dads County, Florida, to th,Count) Judges of Dade County, and file the sami In duplicate and as provided In Section TU.lg, Florida Btatutea, In their offices in the County Courthouse In Bade County, Florals, within six calendar months from the tune of tin first publication hereof, or the same will be barred Dated -it .Miami, Florida, this 16th da) ol M11 It. A l> 1964. SKTMl ll'R M MILLER EDWARD J MILLER A1 :\. cutors ol 1 iatate of Soph Deceased ir if this notice 1 n tin i tl da) ol April, "' 1 \IN 1 ':.-• HEIM IN ,v KAPLAN By: Louli H< Iman Attorne) %  for Executors 'i 0 il u First sir.-.-i Mian i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61675A Hon W. F. Blanton IN RE: Estate ol LEAH CHASEMAN, 1 >. ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors nnd All Pi rson Huv ing claims or Demands Against Ba 1 BSstate: Von are hereby notified and ri-qulred to present any claims and diiiainls Which you may hav..i^ain-i th..state of LEAH CHASEMAN deceased h Dads County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dads County, ami fibthe same in duplicate and ai provided :n Section T3S.16, Florida Statutes, in ih. ir offices in the Coot 1. Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from tintime of tinfirst publication hen of. or the same will inbarred. Dated at Miami, Florida, tins lay of April. A.D. 1964. .11 'UN 11 I'i'llic,. Administrator 902 Alnsle) Bldg. .Miami. Fla. II313S: Ph. 379-2644 JOHN II 1'1'ilni. Esq., Administrator 902 Alnsle) Bi'is Miami, Fla. :. 1-8-15-H IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61268 C IN RE Estate of SAMUEL KISSEN I ii-i-.i sed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* end All Persons Ha. Ing 1 la.n... or Demands Against Said Bstate Vou nre heeeb) notified and rquPed to present any claim* and di inands which you mas have agaJnw the estate of SAMUEL KISSEN decea -d late of HadCounty, Florida, to the County Judges of \>m\'County, ami file the same In their offices in the Count) Courthouse in Iiari* County, Florida, within ~i\ calendar months from the date of the flrsl publication hereof, or the same win be barred LOUIS OSIN8KY Executor HERBERT W ABR \ \lsoN Attorney for Executor 407 Lincoln Road 4 24. ". l-S-1 ; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4326 CARTERET BA VINOS AND LOAN' ASSOCIATION. Plaintiff. vs. FINLBY JONES, Trustee in Bankruptcy, et al. Defendant NOTICE OF SUIT TO: BERTHA CAREY 10:14 Garrison Avenue Teaneck, New Jersey You rr hereby notified that th above captloned action has been Instituted against you in the Circuit Court Of the Uth Judicial circuit of Florida in ami for Dade County to foreclose a Bsortgage upon the following described real property: Lot 27. Block II CORRECTED PLAT oF BLOCK 13 CAROL CITY according to the Flat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 61 at Page 98 of the Public Records ot Hade County. Florida. You are required to file your snSWer to plaintiff's complaint with the clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve s copy thereof upon plaintiff's attorney MARTIN FINE, 14ih Floor. Dade Federal Building, .Miami 32. Florida not later than .May 26, 1964. or a 1'i-eree Pro Confesso v\ ill be entered aenlnsl you. DATED: April 17. 1961. K. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) By; c. p. COPELAND 1 '--puty CU-rk MARTIN FINE Attorney for Plaintiff 1 tth Floor Dade Federal Bldg. Miami 83. Florid l 4 ji. :. l-g-15 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62857 C IN RE: Estate of NATHAN O. O 'HEN I NBceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Persons H i\ ing claims or Demands Against sail Estate: You are hereby nc-tlfled ami requtred t have against the .slate of NATHAN O. COHEN d< eased lat* of I'ade County. Florida, to the Count) Judges Of I'ade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided in Seel on T83.lt, Florida StatuteSi In their offices In the Count) Courtho lee In Dade Count>. 1 imiii. 1. • ii 1 tin six alendar months from the tlm< of the flrsl publication hereof, or the same "ill b< barred Dated at .Miami. Florida, this Nth da) oi April, A I'. 1*64 FA! 1 'I1I:N A v Flrsl publli 1 ion of tl on Hie L'ltll .1 .-. of Api II, 194 I I.K. IN A EPS! Vttorne) 1 vdn-.ii. i-tia! 1 \ 12 I. in< -In K.-.-l M .11111 l-i-.u Ii, 1-lni Ida



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    Page 8-C *kisl fkridfi/ar Friday. May 15, 196| Mid-East Deterioration Causes Worry lions tions. Security Council resoluButler, British Foreign si^rpiarv h;\ told the Foreign Minl3 'rij At ;\ pros conference after the that both Russia and ;;,,| (h|nj meeting, Secretary of State Dean „ erc exploiting the Arab-toJ Husk, confirmed that Middle East (|jsputc si(Jing WASHINGTON UTAI rnc WK "its aeep cone!" u.r, .... >..,,,-oblems had been extensi\ei> M.nistena. Council 0, the Central violence and recent deteriorate" "should be ^ m e %  —' bu ^ "" "[ a V" ^L T.eaty Organization (CENTRO) I posing a threat to the ent.re secl.ate end 111 %  f^' !" *,^ Na details, It was knon that R. A .th being expressed at its meeting here this I curity of the Middle East. The I letter and >p.nt_oMhe l WASHINGTON (JTA) The wk "its deep concern over the Council said that the ^Israel ith the >>abs am U.S. GovenHBM pro-Israel ^JhitI %  SHEVUOTH calls for Blintzes, Luscious Fruit ...and plenty of MAXWELL HOUSE! Yes, the enjoyment of Maxwell House is a tradition at every happy occasion be it a holiday feast or every day meal, party or reception. For this matchless coffee has a mellow flavor and cheering ta'am that never changes. Instant or Regular, Maxwell House has been the favorite coffee in Jewish homes for many, many years. Good to the Mast drop! K on the label Means Kosher Certified Kosher and Parve by Rabbis Hersch Kohn and Bernard Levy. feUI* INSTiH' MAXWELL HOUSE AX WELL 'HOUSE FINE PRODUCTS OF GENERAL FOODS SF


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    "(Jewish Florldian
    Jume 37 Number 20
    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH mtKlY
    Miami. Florida. Friday. May 15. 1964
    Three Sections Price 21:
    MENICAl SPIRIT
    <&
    iardinal Bea
    Outlines New
    'raft on Jews
    lOME (JTA) Augustin
    t-dinal Bca. president of the
    can Secretarial lor the Pro-
    ition ol Christian Unity, outlin-
    | this week the revised text of
    Ecumenical Council draft de-
    | on Catholic-Jewish relations,
    draft will be placed bclure
    Council's third session, start-
    in September. Cardinal Bea
    the architect ol the proposal,
    he Cardinal's statement, stress-
    that the late Pope John XXIII
    per>onally endorsed the Car-
    ial's key views on the subject,
    eared in the current issue of
    pta Catholica, the influential
    suit periodical.
    fThe Cardinal declared it wit
    of jutt" to call the Jewish
    aple "a deiclde people and
    trefore cursed by God" and
    at even in Christ's time, "the
    Sole people" did not cooperate
    the condemnation. He added
    lie less so is it permitted to-
    ly to consider those of the Jew-
    faith responsible."
    )n this basis, he added, the
    1ft "deduces the warning to
    ^Jid all that may cause con-
    tempt or provoke hatred against"
    Jcw> "in religious teaching, in
    schism and, in particular, in
    paining Christ's life and pas-
    and the doctrine of His ro-
    oming death and in contact with
    krs."
    said the second part of the
    ft lists "all the good" which
    Catholic Church received
    fagh the Jewish people "and
    r> thing that is common to both
    gions is mentioned." The
    brili acknowledges with grati-
    ^i that it.- predetermuusm" is
    fed in the Jewish patriarchs
    prophets and that the Church
    Continued on Page 6-A
    Justice Warren
    )n Prayers in
    WASHINGTON (JTA) Chief,
    stuc Earl Warren defended this
    Jck the Supreme Court ban on
    yen in public schools as the
    ttise Judiciary Committee con-
    |ucd its hearings on proposed
    IStitUtlonal amendments to void
    It decision.
    Speaking at a dedication in the
    piscopal Cathedral here, the
    iief Justice did not mention the
    Jling specifically but noted that
    constitutional separation of
    ^urch and state was meant to
    ottit not only the state but also
    lligion. Under the federal con-
    Jitution, he said, interaction of
    tligion and state "is made in-
    prmal and free and not non-
    KiMant, as some claim." He
    tided that the interaction was "as
    fruitful as Americans have the
    (ill and the strength to make it."
    The Anti-Defamation League
    [of B'nai B'rith entered a sharp
    Idissent before the House Judi-
    Iciary Committee to the propos-
    Israel Starts Testing Tap
    Of Jordan River Project
    CAKDMAL BIA
    warning deduced
    State Dep't
    Rebuffs Council
    For Judaism
    WASHINGTON (JTA'- The
    Department of State did not en-
    dorse any of the claims and
    charges made by the American
    Council for Judaism, alleging dual
    loyalty implications in Zionism.
    Blld the Assistant Secretary ol
    State for the Near East. Phillips
    Talkot, refused to meet with heads
    Ol the Council on this subject.
    These facts emerged here Sun
    day from the full text ol the letter
    sent by Mr. Ttlbof to Council
    Vice President Elmer Berger on
    Apr. 20. The Council released
    only part ol the letter at its an
    nual meeting here this weekend
    The lull text of the letter reads:
    "We have carefully studied
    your letter of March 14, 1964,
    drawing the Department of
    Continued on Page 8-A
    JERUSALEM (JTA) The
    Government announced this week
    that water has been Ilowing lrom
    Lake Tiberias to the Negev through
    the National Water Carrier pipe
    network for several days in the
    lust test of the huge Jordan-to-
    Negev irrigation system.
    The statement said that testing
    ol the system of pumps, canals,
    siphons and conduits would con-
    tinue for several weeks and that
    if no major repairs, alterations or
    additions were needed, lull opera-
    tions would start in the summer.
    The first flow fed into an open
    canal to test the canal bed along
    .he Lake hillsides.
    The Merkorot Company, which
    is in charge of operating the
    project, said it was testing pres-
    sures of pumps and pipes and
    canals along the 70-mile carrier
    from the lake to the central dis-
    tribution station near Petah
    Tikvah. The initial testing dem-
    onstrated orderly functioning of
    the huge pumps and pipes to
    that point, the company said.
    Israel has assured the United
    States that the withdrawals will
    nol exceed Israel's share under the
    Jordan waters regional plan de-
    veloped by the late Eric Johnston
    as a speclcal emissary ol then
    President Eisenhower. Israel has
    carried out its part of the plan
    independently because of Arab
    refusal to cooperate. Jordan has
    been drawing water from the sys-
    tem downstream through the Yar-
    inuk tributary and Syria and Leb-
    anon have been drawing water
    lrom the' Jordan river upstream.
    It was reported that between 30
    billion and 40 billion gallons would
    be drawn from Lake Tiberias an-
    nually at first and that diversion
    would be increased to 75 billion
    gallons a year by the end of the
    decade. Initially the area under
    cultivation will not be extended
    because about two-thirds of the
    accruing water will be used to re-
    charge or replace the wells on the
    Mediterranean coast where sea
    water has infiltrated the water
    sources. The rest of the water
    initially will go to existing settle-
    ments where water is in short
    supply.
    Demand Bonn Bar Scientific
    Mavericks at Work in Cairo
    POVitRfUl ARAB LOBBY PAGl 5-4
    JERUSALEM iJTAl Is-
    raels Parliament adopted this
    iveek a unanimous resolution de-
    manding that the West German
    Qovernmenl take' urgent meas
    ires for the immediate halting of
    the "criminal activity" oi West
    German scientists working in
    .ilgypt on "weapons ol destruction
    -ndangering Israel's security and
    the region- peace
    fall of the h.iier regime, which
    had caused the destruction of
    millions of Jews, members of
    the same people were again
    engaged in actions aimed at
    helping President Nasser of
    Egypt to attack Israel where the
    survivors of the Naii holocaust
    lived.
    Mrs. Meir recalled the 1!K>3
    Knesset resolution and asserted
    Defends Ban
    Public Schools
    ed constitutional amendments.
    Seymour Grabard, chairman of
    the ADL special Committee on
    Church-State Relations, said that
    government forma lization of re-
    ligious practices would "down-
    grade the essentially voluntary
    nature of prayer" and would
    create a "watered-down seculif-
    istic kind of religion which would
    Continued on Page 7-A
    The Knesset reiterated its reso- tbat the explanations lor contin-
    lution ot March 20. 1963 which de- ue nounced those activities and ex- |,10priate legislation were unac-
    pressed displeasure that no ef- ct-ptable to Israel. "We cannot
    active measures had been taken accept the view that the choice
    on the problem since by West facing the West German Covern
    Germany. The resolution also ment js one between the freedom
    called on world public opinion to ol -(nc individual and refraining
    exert its influence to bring about lrom action to prevent its citizens
    an end to the work in Egypt of in Egypt from aiding in prepara-
    the scientists
    The debate was opened by
    Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's For-
    eign Minister. She declared that
    the West German Government
    could not remain indifferent to
    the fact that. If years after the
    t*ons for Israels liquidation," she
    .-aid. "In a democratic regime,
    freedom of the individual also does
    not mean freedom to commit
    crimes."
    "We expect the German Gov-
    Continued on Page 16-A
    British Debate Nuclear Escalation
    LONDON (JTA) Prime
    Minister Alec Douglas-Home de-
    clared in the House of Commons
    this week that the British Govern-
    ment has no evidence that either
    Israel or Egypt was trying to pro-
    duce nuclear weapons or was like-
    ly to have such weapons soon.
    He made the statement in reply
    to questions from Arthur Hender-
    son, Labor MP. British Labor
    party leader Harold Wilson, and
    Jo Grimmond, Liberal MP. The
    discussion was the first in the
    House on the issue since reports
    emerged, in connection with the
    CENTRO Council of Ministers
    meeting in Washington recently,
    that Egypt was developing nuclear
    warheads for its missile program
    with the aid of West German
    scientists,
    The Prime Minister said that
    Britain was working hard, at the
    Geneva disarmament confer-
    ence, to get a ban on prolifera-
    tion of nuclear weapons, to ap-
    Continued on Page 3-A
    Nik in Egypt
    LONDON (JTA i Sov-
    iet Premier Nikita Khrush-
    chev Monday sharply attack
    ed Israel's plans to bring
    waters from the Jordan River
    to the Negev for irrigation
    purposes. He gave his sup-
    port to the Arab stand in the
    dispute, it was reported here
    from Cairo.
    Addressing the Egyptian
    National Assembly during
    his current visit to that coun-
    try, Premier Khrushchev
    said that the Soviet Union
    supports the "just causes"
    of the Arab nations which
    regard the Israeli plan as a
    hostile act. "The Israeli
    project transgresses upon
    the rights of the Arabs to
    use these waters." Khrush-
    chev declared, adding that
    Israel planned to "rob the
    Arab world of its own wat-
    er."
    DR. NAHUM GOIDMANN
    among guests
    Treblinka Rites
    Draw Huge
    Attendance
    TREBLINKA. Poland (JTA)
    __With most solemn rites conclud-
    nl with the recitation of the Kad-
    dish and El Moleh Rachmim. US,-
    000 to 18,000 persons, including a
    large delegation of Jewish lead-
    ers from abroad, participated here
    Monday in the dedication of a
    monument to 800,000 Jews mur-
    dered at the infamous Treblinka
    concentration camp and gas cham-
    bers by the Nazis.
    The ceremonies took tour hours
    during which impassioned ad-
    dresses were delivered by Polish
    officials and a leader of the Pol-
    ish Jewi-h community. Two hun-
    dred wreaths were laid at the foot
    Continued on Page 10-A


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    fridy.Mayu
    m
    Planning the Florida btate Elks Association convention in Mi-
    ami Beach from May 20 to 24 are Miami Beach Lodge's Exec-
    utive Committee on Arrangements [left to right) Vincent Tos-
    cano, exalted ruler; Marvin L. Kimmel, chairman, paft exalted
    ruler and former district deputy grand exalted ruler; Thomas
    F. Smith, past exalted ruler and executive director of the Mi-
    ami Beach Convention Bureau; and Milton Feller, immediate
    past exalted ruler and Judge of the Miami Eeach Municipal
    Court. The Fontair.ebleau Hotel will be headguarters.
    IIC Meeting Set Here for May 27
    Adath Yeshurun
    Honor 25 Youth
    At Services
    Thir jrs md girls of the
    -,,., : Temple Adath Ye
    pated in the Fridaj evening <-
    ,t< by F Johan F..
    antor Maurice Ni
    The :""' ,hree
    eek rtuds Hebrew,
    =h h -' rj lu
    ji isfa musi(

    tor. Yel Segal
    Martin K bel. chairman ol the
    I Committee, present
    i ih Si !di rim.
    Other members ol the Educa
    , ttee are Mr- William
    ars, Dor thj De Noia, Charles
    snook and Mrs Raphael Levi,
    The following participated in
    'lie service:
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    Greater Miami stockholders in
    *.he I-rael Investors Corporation
    v ill have a dinner meeting at 6:30
    p.m.. Wednesday. May 27. in the
    Barcelonia Hotel.
    Hosting the event are Maurice
    T evitz and Jack S. Popick. civic
    . nd business leaders and members
    of the corporation board.
    In September. 1963. the com-
    pany paid to its stockholders
    a 4 percent stock distribution,
    making this the third such di>tFi
    bution paid, in addition to the reg-,
    .ilar quarterly dividend.
    "The progress and growth of the
    company continues." said Revitz
    ;ir.d Popick in a joint statement.
    The portfolio of securities owned
    by the company is valued in ex-
    cess of |2] million.
    "Our investment program con-
    tinues to be directed to the major
    areas of growth, in diversified in-
    dustries, that either save Israel
    hard currency or earn hard cur-
    rency, and which "ill grow and
    develop with the growth and de-
    velopment of the Israel economy."
    IIC is an American company
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    Page 3-A
    come lor-
    the first banks in the Miami community tc
    behalf of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
    I the Miami Beach First National Bank, lffel Alton Rd.
    :.g Lehrman (left), CJA chairman, is shown receiving
    for CjA's agencies at home and abroad from F. Lowry
    hairman of the board. Wall and Bank President Frank
    irs Jr., were among the first banking leaders to pledge
    support to the campaign by sending their institution's
    ce in honor of Rabbi Lehrman's selection as chairman.
    ect Federation Approval of New Unit
    viding for Legacies and Endowments
    ANNUAL MtlllNG PLANNED PAGE 9-4
    r .:! of an amendment by Committee on Legacies and En-
    !: Executive Committee dowments, upon receipt of a fav-
    Board of Governors of the ( orable vote at the annual meet-
    ^^^Pe: -v|iam' Jewish Federation ing on Vlaj L'l
    \jile a program of legacies i
    muou ments for the future "Creation of the Legacies and
    *:.cv. research and special Endowment Fond Committee,
    capital ,(,ds of the community [ which "* lon9 b*n *ougM for
    Was .:.:,<.unce(l Wednesday by i ,he continued growth of Federa-
    Sidney :.':court. president of the ,ion slices to our community,
    |Mtt(- Miami Jewish Federa '* on WV toward be-
    * iT>n. coming a reality," Lefcourt de-
    clared.
    The i. ..i ndment to the by-laws
    Fedi ration will create an ad- "The threefold purpose of such
    pu Standing Committee, the a program will help to bring
    stability, new resources and pro-
    rams to our community by car-
    rying out the following proposals."
    Lefcourt said.
    To meet real emergencies in
    the Jewish "community of Greater
    Miami or in the American Jew-
    ish community;
    To undertake research and
    Study projects and other construc-
    tive projects in the social wel-
    fare, medical and cultural fields
    which cannot be embraced with-
    in the funds available for normal
    operating purposes.
    To provide resources to as-
    sist local agencies in financing
    capital needs.
    The amendment was drafted by
    a committee headed by Stanley C.
    Myers, first president of the Great-
    er Miami Jewish Federation. It
    will, upon passage, be the respon-
    sibility of a Legacies and Endow-
    ment Fund Committee chosen by
    the Board of Governors and con-
    sisting of 15 members responsible
    lor obtaining legacies, bequests.
    gifts and endowment funds for
    restricted and unrestricted pur-
    :,. sea
    The first goal and objective
    of the program will be to create
    a fend of at least $2,000,000 to
    meet the purposes of the pro-
    gram.
    "The knowledge that this pro-
    gram will be a resource making
    possible research and study pro-
    jects in the social welfare, med-
    ical, cultural and educational
    fields which can not be embraced
    within the normal operating funds
    of Federation, will be of great
    importance to our families and
    to the future well-being of our
    community."- according to Lef
    court.
    "Assistance in Special Capital
    Fund projects will help to create
    institutions and allow for the
    adoption of programs that might
    not otherwise be able to be insti-
    tuted by our communal agencies,"
    he said.
    British Eye Nuclear Issue;
    See Nasser Plan to Attack
    THANK
    YOU
    for
    YOUR
    SUPPORT
    wish to take this opportunity to thank all of
    friends and supporters for your assistance
    (in last Tuesday's Election. I will endeavor to
    ;rve you, "The people of Dade County" to
    |rny fullest capacity and thereby repay the
    |TUSt you have placed in me.
    JUDGE
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    ply to the Middle East, as well
    as to the rest of the world.
    Henderson said that the real |
    danger was in the fact that West
    German scientists were working
    in Egypt on the development and
    production of missiles which would
    only lead to the intensification of
    the Israel-Egypt "missile race."
    When the Prime .Minister insisted,
    that the Government had no evi-,
    dence that Israel or Egypt was
    trying to produce such weapons.
    Grimmond said they would soon,
    be in a position to do so.
    Wilson reminded the Premier,
    that the Labor party had warned
    the Government two years ago,
    about the dangers involved in the1
    West German scientific work in'
    Egypl and had asked the govern-'
    men! to make urgent representa I
    tions to the Bonn Government on I
    tin issue.
    British Intelligence believes
    that the immediate objective of
    President Nasser of Egypt in his
    propaganda campaign against .
    British bases in the Middle East .
    is Israel, not the British protec-
    torate of Aden, the Evening
    Standard, a leading British daily
    reported here this week.
    Nasser's basic strategy is believ-j
    ed to be the creation of condi-
    tions to prevent Britain from
    helping Israel if and when the
    Arabs launch their long-heralded
    attack on Israel, according to the
    report. The Nasser plan, it is be-
    lieved, is to tie down British re-
    serves in Aden. Cyprus, Libya
    and the Far East. With the Brit-
    ish tied down, Nasser would be
    able to carry out his plans to at-
    tack Israel.
    Nasser was represented by the
    British Intelligence as regarding
    Fiance as heavily committed
    economically in North Africa,
    West Germany in no mood to sup-
    port Israel, Russia strongly back-
    ing the Arabs in their anti-Israel
    hostility, and the United States re-
    luctant to intervene on behalf of
    Israel out ol alleged fears of los-
    ing Middle East oil concessions.
    Garfields Endow
    Rooms at Cedars
    An eight-room wing at Cedars
    Of Lebanon Hospital has been en-
    dowed by a Coral Gables couple
    who have been active for many
    stars in community affairs.
    Mr and Mrs Joseph Garfield,
    6510 Granada Blvd.. are donors oE
    a group of patient rooms on the
    second Boor ol the hospital,
    henceforth to be known as the
    "Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Garfield
    Winy."
    Garfield is a trustee of the non-
    sectarian community hospital and
    has been associated with the de-
    velopment fund program sine'e
    Cedars' inception.
    Hospital President Harry L.
    Lewis expressed the appreciation
    and thanks of the trustees and
    people of Dade County to the
    Coral Gables couple "for their
    generosity and efforts to upbuild
    our local medical facilities in or-
    der to keep pace with the needs
    of our growing population."
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    RAY U. BINDER____________Correspondent
    Volume 37 Number 20
    Friday. May 15. 1964
    4 Sivan 5724
    The Meaning of Shavuoth in Our Time
    Shavuoth is also known as the Feast of
    re Weeks, for it occurs exactly seven weeks
    after the celebration of Passover.
    When Jews in Greater Miami join other
    communities throughout the world in markinq
    the Shavuoth festival starting Saturday eve-
    : ing, May 16, they will be observing one of
    ne most important occurrences in the Jewish
    eclendar the accepting by Moses of the Ten
    Commandments from the Ha ad of God.
    The Tablets of the Law have served as the
    c ornerstone of our ethical and moral way of
    . e from time immemorial.
    Out of its precepts have sprunq the en-
    compassing aspects of the Torah at large, as
    well as the philosophic principles of all our
    religious literature.
    So broad is the influence of the Ten Com-
    mandments, that it has served as the inspir-
    ation of other religious faiths, as well.
    Shavuoth, also a symbol of the spring
    season and fertility, thus establishes a frame-
    work for one of the truly happy and meaning-
    ful celebrations in Jewish history.
    Personal Reflection of the Publisher
    For the first time in many years. I am
    doing something other than is customary
    practice in these columns. I am not writing
    an editorial, which normally reflects the
    opinion of The Jewish Floridian. I am writing
    a signed statement, which differentiates my
    personal feelings from those of this news-
    paper.
    The reason for these commeots is that,
    during the past few weeks. The Jewish Flor-
    idian has been beseiged by requests for
    support and endorsement from a variety of
    candidates in a variety of races.
    I, as publisher of The Jewish Floridian.
    have been the particular object of these re-
    quests. The purpose of this statement is to
    explain a long-standing policy, one that has
    deviated little in practice in the past.
    -
    INTELLIGENT PUBLICATION PRACTICE
    The deluge of the pressures and re-
    quests may have been as a consequence of
    the lenqthy ballot this time out and undoubt-
    edly because the paper has become more
    prestigious than before. As a consequence,
    we have particularly had to maintain our
    own steadfastness of purpose in adherinq
    to long-standing policy.
    This policy is a fundamental one: Other
    columnists writing in our pages are entitled
    to express their persona! opinions within the
    larger purview of a free press. But except
    in rare cases, it is the editorial policy of The
    Jewish Floridian not to endorse candidates.
    As a significant publication in the
    Greater Miami community, we have at-
    tempted within the stated purposes of our
    news and editorial ideas to bring to our
    readers listings of candidates, their back-
    grounds and qualifications in local, state
    and national elections.
    INFORMATION OUR MAJOR CONCERN
    We have done so in the past, and are
    doing so again, out of the basic belief that
    part of our sectarian responsibility as a
    newspaper is natural participation in. aware-
    ness of and concern for the general affairs
    of the total community. This is, after all,
    intelligent publication practice: to keep our
    readers abreast of things as significant to
    them as their personal electoral responsibil-
    ity. It is, above all things, part of the demo-
    cratic governmental process, of which The
    Jewish Floridian, in its continuing battle for
    individual liberties, is unrelentingly aware.
    But beyond informing cur readers of the
    races, the candidates running in them and
    their qualifications, we have felt it best to
    avoid recommendations or endorsements ex-
    cept where specific Jewish issues are in-
    volvedwhere some candidates have taken
    positions that are detrimental to the larger
    democratic scheme or are. themselves, rep-
    resentative of things potentially danqerous
    to the best interests of minority groups the
    Jewish community included.
    Where Jewish issues are not involved.
    endorsement in our view can do as much
    harm as good by involving the Jewish com-
    munity, whose voice we represent, in sup-
    port or rejection of candidates in areas out
    of our specific editorial concern.
    In the present race, there are several
    candidates toward whom I, as publisher of
    The Jewish Floridian, feel personal inclin-
    ation. I am, for example, particularly dis-
    posed toward Miami Mayor Robert Kinq
    Hiqh in the gubernatorial election. Candi-
    dates like North Miami Beach Councilman
    Bernard Berman and Robert Shevin for State
    Legislature are also my concern.
    Similarly, I feel inclined toward Jack D.
    Gordon for School Board and Donald Stone
    in the Juvenile Judge's race.

    CONTINUATION Of POLICY
    In the State Legislature race. Group 5.
    I am particularly disposed toward Kenneth
    Myers. My personal relationship with him,
    as well as with his family, Mr. and Mrs
    Stanley C. Myers, is one going back many
    decades, and I have good reason to believe
    that young Myers, as a consequence of his
    own already significantly active welfare en-
    deavor, will be an eminent representative
    of the civic leadership his family has offered
    the community locally and nationally dur
    ing the past four decades.
    But none of these reasons or preferences
    are sufficiently purposeful for me as pub-
    lisher of The Jewish Floridian to change this
    newspaper's policy in the current election
    campaign and to endorse these or other per-
    sonally-preferred candidates in the upcom-
    ing runoff. Jewish issues have been notablv
    absent, and The Jewish Floridian. as in the
    past, must therefore merely continue to sup-
    ply its readers with the basic information
    about the races and those running in them.
    Beyond this. I can only repeat, and I do
    so urgently, that each of you should per-
    form your democratic duty. On May 26
    be sure to cast your ballet.
    FRED K. SHOCHET.
    JME SCHOOL Bt ,
    . .I I pa,8" between i,I
    durMfj the weejk; grx^f'
    business of the
    by LEO MINDLIN
    - ':(
    sat
    own qualifications"^*'
    he himself has set the
    limit, or to Gordons eid
    record as the incumbe**
    Butler does ls ,n deveL
    traneous questions that fail, as a matter of fact, to relate to thee*
    paign at all. His political advertising is a case in point, it C(Jr
    up the nightmare vestiges of McCarthy era rationale, by which*
    and their reputations were destroyed simply but potently.
    In effect. Butler has created a synthetic series of criteria a.
    ...isfy him as sufficient for successful candidacy and subs*..
    membership on the School Board. Analyzed, they are nothing^
    than intellectually inferior homilies, types of peasant -thinking tj
    in spirit extol motherhood, in which unsuccessful gubernatorial cm
    dale Bud Dickinson was an expert, hearth and home Delibera
    manipulated, they are designed to show that his opponent is ajj
    failure.
    Apparently. Butler has refused to learn Dickinsons bitterly
    Motherhood, hearth and home may have, at their maximum be*,, 1
    decided influence on the positive emotional development of the vow
    Among the rarer cases of outstanding parents, they even contrite 1
    constructively to the educative process. But by and large, what E
    ler has aimed to achieve is the deliberate obscuring of the na4 I
    mental issues involved: his own qualifications lor the office as n I
    pared I" the proven ones of .lack Gordon, while downgrading ty fli
    Gordon's bj the employment of the inuendo technique W
    : : :
    SCHOOL BOARD DOfS NOT fSMBl/SH LAW
    IN BUTLER'S TERMS, motherhood, hearth and home of course haw I
    even broader significance than the words imi
    .i kind ol patriotism, a vanity of Americanism which he coastal
    native to Himself, and against which his oppone-it
    onist n i- here that the McCarthy method res ^nofptl
    character assassination on th*- basis ol
    senci sentiment in the other fell>.
    which the lati Wisconsii senator rose to preeminci
    Thus. Butler hits Got on where it hurts ban
    l hools, and Cordon's posit
    him mosl vulnerable to the mass o( people whosi
    while exploiting their Ignorance of the basic iss nrolved il
    Butler's view, no less than in the view of the ur
    to be against Bible-reading in the schools is tai I imount to
    nsl motherhood, hearth and home. But the I h*a I'm
    Slater Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren this week supporto]
    the ban in testimony before a House committee investigatiai rtj
    efforts currently directed at reworking the First Amendment
    antee concerning separation of church and state
    Disregarding such exalted opision. Butler can easily L'., : |
    opponent an ""extremist.'' as he has indeed been '
    extensive advertising throughout the campaign. But Butler mb
    more than trade on mass ignorance here concerning the pop
    sympathies for Bible-reading in the schools. He deliberately ipan
    the fact that the Dade County Board of Public Instruction has nottt
    whatever to do with Bible-reading in the schools that the bat
    can only carry out the letter of the law regarding this question tail
    the board does not establish the law.
    CHAKACTIK ASSASSINATION If INUIND0
    IT IS HENCE neither up to Mr. Gordon personall
    Butler personally guarantee Bible-reading in the
    County or the ban of it Now. it is certainly true
    been identified with organizations intent on achievin
    of Bible-reading and other religious ceremonies from
    one can hardly dem, Butler his right to argue foi
    that Bible reading ought to be permitted.
    At best, however. Butler can merely suggest th
    would identity himself in an opposite direction With .
    ments dedicated to pressuring our law-makers Into
    readings and ceremonies Beyond this, his implyii
    otherwise is a downright distortion of the power h
    win n elected
    nor could ft
    . boob of D
    thai Gonku "-

    t!'..' JCh
    it : be btlie"-
    permit! i -
    ..
    Id stint
    Bui the inuendo technique here raises Us id in *
    Butler sii. i itioi to achieve the ultimate kfcCartl
    - organizational affiliations and philosophic:
    an extreme Thus, In ,,ne Butler advert -.
    ll Vice president of the American Jewish Coi.-iv
    directoi ol the Florid., Chapter of the American I
    "i 1960 the two groups which started and are D witms*
    lits to ban Bible-reading and non sectarian v
    schools Jack Gordon has made his position cr\ Si
    ' have, myseli had differences in the past both ith the!**
    ican Jewish Congress and the Civil Liberties Cni
    Hut 1 t.,ke OUtrageOUl offense at Butler- 'l'J'""j*
    either ol these groups is somehow "unAmancai ecause*
    type ol litigation in which they are presently ei !!(i |
    what he would have readers of his ads believe

    -:-
    :
    CORDONS ACHIWtMttaS ON TNt RIC0RD
    . is tss-1
    QARRiED TO ITS illogical conclusion, the Implication here
    I man like Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren 1,,m ,
    A me i ican. and. of course, there are those who believe h< ii B^j
    -. .,. rtn uj-iy and insidious anti Semitism grows < .
    of it And lest Or Butler deny this, as he has already *"<*%]
    do. let him explain a letter he sent out Apr. 27 to his Tello* i
    bans
    II would seem to me that more than Christians are voting "
    "Ml that they. too. have the right to voice their opinion JJ
    slanderous suggestions leveled against them in the evert ?
    reuect Butlers views on religion-ill the school-
    other issue Continues the Apr 27 letter: "You n
    th the political philosophj of Jack D i \->-nn '
    Continued on Page SA


    f. May 15.1964
    JmlstothrltMar)
    Pag* 5-A
    Central Hebrew High School Will
    Graduate 60 at Exercises Tuesday
    jbbi Nachum Bulman, director of Torah Umesorah, presents
    ie Amudin Award to Samuel Reinhard, founder and first vice
    Resident of the Hebrew Academy. The award is presenter
    Dnually by Torah Umesorah. national society for the estab-
    bhment of Day Schools, to a person who made the qreatest
    bntribution to his local community. The award was pre-
    nted last Sunday at the annual membership and election
    keeting of the Hebrew Academy.
    mn Hesitancy to Halt Scientists
    attributed to Powerful Arab Lobby
    )NN (JTA) Informed:
    ces here attributed West Gcr-j
    ny's hesitancy this week in!
    fting legislation to discourage |
    Jrman scientists from working
    [Egypt as due at least partly to
    ^>werful Arab lobby in Bonn and
    dKwhcrc in West Germany.
    BfL large section in Chancellor
    Iffriwig Erhard's Christian Dem-
    ocratic Party also is a factor, it
    was indicated, because it opposes
    any action which might harm
    Bonn's relations with the Arab
    world. Another reported souree
    listed was pro Arab pressure pro-
    vided by West German heavy in-
    dustry including Krupp and Klock-
    ner, which have already carried
    out m.Mor undertakings for the
    -Egyptian Government.
    **^ Wet German Government
    spoke-nia-i meanwhile dismissed
    eports that Nasser had achieved
    .vcapons breakthrough with the
    ttdp of the scientists. The spokes-
    man said that investigations by
    both Germany and its allies have
    produced not the slightest grounds
    to indicate that the scientists
    were engaged in the development
    if nuclear weapons in Egypt.
    Sixty graduates will receive
    I their diplomas at the annual m-
    tcrschool graduation exercises of
    ; the Central Hebrew High School.
    j of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
    Itlon and Junior High School De-j
    | partments of eight Jewish schools, i
    The exercises, to be held at;
    i Beth David Congregation on Tues-:
    | day at 7:30 p.m., will feature a
    i narrative cantata, "Justice and
    j Judaism," from the book of the j
    : same name by Vorspan and Lipp-
    , man, adapted, edited and direct-
    ed, by Louis Schwartzman. execu-
    ; tive director of the Bureau.
    The chorus in the cantata will
    consist of graduates of the Beth
    ! David Congregation, under the
    direction of Cantor William Lip-
    son, with Mrs. Arthur Pekelner
    at the piano.
    Greetings will be extended to
    graduates by Joseph Cohen, pres-
    ident of the Bureau. Rabbi Nor-|
    man N. Shapiro, Simon April,
    Shmaryahu Swirsky, Mayer
    Abramowitz. Hyman Gross, Her-
    shel Brooks, Max Lipschitz and
    Harold Richter, will greet grad-
    uates of their schools and distri-
    bute diplomas and gifts.
    Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, new-;
    ly-elected president of the Great-
    er Miami Rabbinical Association,
    will present the annual Jacob and |
    Adele Kaplan Prize. Other awards
    will include the Ratner Family;
    Award, the Israel Shapoff Award,
    Jewish Educators Council Prize,
    and a special surprise award.
    "The program will also consist of
    readings and prayers from repre-
    sentatives of the graduating
    schools. Valedictory talk will be
    presented by Rachel Schwanen-
    feld, of the Central Hebrew High
    School. Graduates include:
    HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL: 1 '.1111 v
    Jane Berk, Helene Ktuchter, Sin n>
    K. tlrant. P.tiila M. draftsman, 1'anl
    B, Klein. Michael Patlim, Ann 1..
    Porgea, Renee Rlchman, Haul n Ml-
    v.-iman. Rachul Scnwanenft-ld, Rhar-
    ron Bllverman, itlnmit,- ttommer,
    Anni Hail Welag, Judith A. Welaa und
    Rae Sus:ui VVYIsh.
    BETH DAV.D CONGREGATION:
    Bruce IWi'rh-, Piovon Drritnlck, Rob-
    eri Farrow, MoitIh Flahman, Roberl
    rtiedbenr, Richard Prlend, Kenneth
    Ooldbi ix. Honiara1 HerHkowlts, r:..i>-
    rrt Hoffman, JVan Horwirh, Rob<-
    IdCle, Ralph Kazir, lt.l.ln l.uim
    Richard Maxw.ll, I >.!..,rail Kaeltll
    Stephen Relter, Richard Koaen, Mo
    man H'm-iiKi\iiiz. Alan Rowenthal. O*
    Ronenrhal, Jeffrey Baser, Haro
    Scherr, Uarnutl Bchwartaman, Ha
    siinll, Marsha Hokoloff, i..... Syre
    and Charlea w.-iin-r.
    BETH MOSHE CONGREGATIOI
    Btcphen Lewla Backer, Barvey t
    "in ii. Chad! l.-c Daum, Lawren
    David Wlnaon.
    , BETH TORAH CONGREGATIOI
    Renee Uynne Hook, Rosnlyn Lre (Io>
    Ick, Burl Hi'-.....I Levy, .Max Wol
    Sturman, n.l Keith Randall Wolfe
    CONGREGATION B'NAI RA-
    PHAEL: Lawrence .1. Arem and E
    win P. l-'arb'-r.
    ISRAEL.TE CENTER: Kan
    I'lolkln nnd Harold Bluchak.
    TEMPLE MENORAH: Joy Oree
    liera .i ni M.-ii'i. in- s. gal
    TIFERETH ACOB: llernard
    Winer.
    TEMPLE ZAMORA: Howard Mh
    hofl ami Zadlk Hhaplro,
    The program i>- under iln- dlrectl i
    if Louis St'hwartxnian, with Hcrbi
    Merger, jiMSoclate dlrectoi of Ihe H
    11 ; u, coonllnal >>
    THE WEEK... US I SEE IT
    Continued from Page 4-A
    as citizens and as parents, please answer the call for help for o
    schools ."
    Are not Jews also permitted to answer the call for help ; -
    they see it rather than according to Dr. Butler"? terms? Are tht -
    not permitted to answer the call without being subjected to Butleria
    charges of extremism? In fact, were there honest motivations her
    he would have campaigned from the outset in terms of more fund
    mental School Board problems rather than the prayer issue ovt
    which the board has no control.
    This, Butler has failed to do because even Gordons often arrie
    opponents, those who principally choose to criticize him lor otht-
    reasons, readily declare that Gordon has over the years pcrlormt :
    admirably as a member of the Dade County Board of Public Instruc-
    tion. Remember the Eugene Youngert Quality Control Committee,
    one of the truly outstanding evaluative achievements of the Dae!e
    County school system? Gordon can claim a hefty role there. H -
    can claim a hefty role in many progressive School Board achiev
    ments. What can Butler claim except naive and deliberately di -
    torted charges for the faith of his "Fellow Christians"?
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    -JeHistrkrkfar
    Frid
    oy, Ma
    Harry Gordon, Active Community Leader,
    Passes Away in Miami at Age 61
    Hi OBITUARHS SU SIC. C AND B
    Harrj Gordon, active Jewish
    rnunity h d Miami pio-
    died Thursday, May ?, at
    iga of 6i.
    A resident here tor 39 years,
    N was co-founder of Gordon Fun-
    tral Home, and lived at 2201 So
    Miami Ave
    Mr Gordon came to Miami from
    Macon, Ga., and he and his fath-
    er, the late Emanuel Gordon,
    i.unded Gordon Funeral Home in
    1938.
    He was a past president of Beth
    David Synagogue, and honorary
    i a.-t president of the Jewish Fun-
    eral Directors of America.
    Mr. Gordon was a member of
    the Knights ot Pythias, Hibiscus
    Masonic Lodge. Mahi Temple,
    Scottish Rite, Workmen's Circle,
    the Greater Miami Committee
    for Israel Histadrut and the 100
    CiLb.
    He is survived b> h:- wife, Mrs
    Jennie Gordon; a son. James j
    mother, Mrs. Adele Gordon: two
    brothers. Ike and Irving; four sis- {
    ten, Miss Rita Cordon. Mr- S
    Margoliv Mrs. Sophie Frank and
    Mrs. Laura Quittner; and one
    grandson. Craig Gordon.
    Services were at Beth David
    Synagogue on Sunday, with burial
    a! Mt. Nebo Cemetery
    Active pallbearers included Mar-
    vin Stein, president of the Jew-
    i.-h Funeral Directors Association
    of America. St. Louis. Ike Nie-
    berg. Louis Wemstein. Charles Al-
    pert, Manny 4^arrSteln"antP Adrian
    Thieror. New York City; Sam
    btillman and Jack Goldstein, Phil-
    adelphia; Ben Berkowitz. Cleve-
    land; and Arthur Mandel. Chi

    pallbearers were Sam
    Heiman. Louis Heiman, Meyer
    Schwartz. Ben Green. Paul Sobel.
    Robert Morgan. Herman Alexan-
    der GOKDOH
    Cardinal Bea Outlines Draft on Jews
    Continued from Page 1-A
    U a continuation of the Jewish
    pie
    The draft then "recommends
    o Catholics that they work to-
    gether with Jews for "ever-im-
    Brovinj mutual esteem and
    Knowledge, particularly by theo-
    cgical studies and fraternal con-
    versations. The draft cites the
    Ecumenical Council as con-
    demning "every hatred and all
    sersecutions in the past and in
    BUT own times against the Jews."
    The Cardinal added that to eval-
    i ate correctly "the high impor-
    tance ot" the dratt. the Council
    must consider "the long sad his
    of Christian Jewish relations
    and most of all the tragic fruits
    i : jnti-Semitism" in which the
    Church assisted with terror not
    r than two decades ago."
    Asserting that anti-Semiti-m
    could not be traced exclusivel) to
    Christian sources the Cardinal said
    that Christiana could right!) ask"
    whether they had made correct
    use of the means "put at their
    posal by their faith" to fight
    anti-Semitism.
    The Cardinal hailed the efforts
    : Pope John in ordering elimi-
    nation of offending expressions in
    lie Good Friday liturgy and in or-
    deriflg the preparation of the
    >ihema for the Ecumenical Coun-
    cil. The Cardinal related that
    when he handed the lale Pontitf
    ln> views on the content of the
    proposed Christian-Jew ish rela-
    tions draft, he received a hand-
    written note from Pope John that
    "we read with attention Cardinal
    Bea's report. We share perfectly
    his opinion on the seriousness and
    responsibility of our interest "'
    The Cardinal differed strongly
    with those who attribute min-
    or importance'" to the draf'
    The fact was, he said, "it is and
    always remains a solemn docu-
    ment of the Council."
    He al?o referred to the ina
    of the sec tnd Council sessi
    the (ir
    that r
    of time and thai -
    the Council Fathers time
    quiet reflection and study He
    added that the Ir if! in illus-
    tration ot that spirit that I
    powerfully breathes in lh Church
    and in the world

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    MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
    One Concert Only Sat. Eve.. May 23
    Beth Am Will
    Confirm Students
    Saturday Eve
    Temple Beth Am, 5950 S Kei
    dull Dr.. So. Miami, will bol
    f'rmation >e
    evening, which also marks the be-
    ginning ot Shavout holidav
    The confirm..
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    Beach Bank Names Newman
    Philip F Simon, chairman of
    the board of the Bank of Miami
    Beach, has announced the ap-
    pointment of Irving Newman to
    the Advisory Board of the Bank.
    Mr Newman, co-owner with
    Richard Deutchman of Galls and
    Lewis Fashion? Ladie;
    Shop, ha> a <
    backgorund in sale!
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    , May 15. 1964
    +Jew!st Meridian
    Page 7-A
    ief Justice Warren Defends Court Ban on Prayer in School
    ontinued from Page 1-A
    e with and cheapen" true
    us practices.
    New York Board of Rabbis
    d the amendment proposals
    telegram to Rep. Emanuel
    ^L New York Democrat and
    ftij of the Judiciary Cum
    ?. rhc rabbis said thai re
    k observances should be prac-
    Hin the home, church and
    Bngi.c and not in schools where
    Huuld be and had been a di-
    Bj factor.
    H Workmen's Circle, a frat-
    pt Graduation
    Folk School
    -
    graduation of a group
    Ul- of the David Finski Folk
    H will be held on Sunday .
    g at the Farband Center, 842
    f.mi Avc.
    Bs Schwartzman, executive
    dirijfcr of the Bureau of Jewish
    Edujjpt'""' ul" '"' guest speaker.
    Uoi liasavin, principal of the
    , will conduct the gradua-
    timHbiercis.'-.
    lalnmcnt will feature
    ft Grober, star of the
    accompanied at the
    piafBby Aida Yaslo: Philip Nash
    kln.'Muiiorist; and Ben Yomen,
    director of niu-ic ;it Temple
    EmaaW-EI
    . D%fc)i!i.i- will be given by Mrs.
    M. Gol :-!.. I !i.
    MrsjI. oil'enlH-ndcn. Mrs. A. Berg-
    manfllrs 1. Ishlon and Miss Anna
    GoWben
    Dinner v.ill be - cinal order, informed the com-
    mittee that it specifically oppos-
    ed the proposed amendment of-
    fered by Rep. Frank Becker. New
    York Republican. The group said
    the Becker draft would force a re-
    ligious type of segregation in pub-
    llc schools and was 'especially re-
    pulsive."
    Dr. Frederick Schlotz, president
    of the Lutheran church, testified
    against such proposals. John
    Quiney Adams, of Montclair, N.J.,
    a leader in many national Cath-
    olic lay organizations and a mem-
    ber of Cardinal Spellmans Coordi-
    nating Committee of Catholic Lay
    Organizations in the New York
    Archdiocese^warned the Commit
    lee that the Becker Amendment
    would be "bad for religion."
    Bishop Brooke Mosley and
    Bishop William Creighton, both
    cf the Protestant Episcopal
    Church, also assailed the Becker
    draft. Bishop Mosley called the
    Becker proposal for a "non-de-
    nominational prayer" a gim-
    mick. Birhcp Creighton said
    that the Supreme Court ban,
    "far from being hostile to reli-
    gion," had "encouraged the
    teaching in public schools of the
    proper place of religion in our
    culture and history."
    The idea of a compromise, in the
    form of a Congressional declara-
    tion, rather than a constitutional
    amendment, was reportedly being
    discussed behind the scenes in the
    Judiciary committee The idea
    had reached the stage where it
    was offered for discussion by Rip.
    Celler. who noted he had not as
    yet decided to endorse the com-
    promise idea.
    Congress would pass a resolu-
    tionwithout force of law declar-
    ing the sense of Congress that vol-
    untary non-denominational prayers
    were not contrary to the Consti-
    tuiion. Such a resolution would,
    in effect, tell the Supreme Court
    that Congress hoped the court
    would upliold a New York Federal
    Court ruling that the Supreme
    Court decision did not forbid pray-
    ers in public schools when the
    prayers were not supervised by
    I he school.
    Beth Torah Youth
    Get Top Citations
    "Rnr outstanding achievement
    in study, prayer and programing"
    was the citation on the award
    given to the Junior and Senior
    Chapters of l/SY Groups at Beth
    Torah Congregation during the
    recent Southern Region conven-'
    tion held in Jacksonville for more
    teen-agers.
    Allen Rutchik. regional
    presented the awards to
    Wcininger. senior chapter
    it. and Sheri Jo Mandel.
    chapter president, and
    both groups second place
    amonc the 40 chapters attending
    in the
    rit" contest.
    of the convention was
    and Civil Rights, Pov-
    Persecution." and a pro-
    if seminars, discussions,
    etion laboratories and ser-
    as climaxed by the ban
    turday night installing
    onal officers.
    Weininger. Beth Torah
    was chosen as building
    bridges co-chairman for
    ion.
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    Page 8-A
    tJmistrhrMtor
    Friday, May 15, ^
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    ^^^^ -~^H' ^mb HA
    5tete 0e'f. fle&//fe Judaism Council
    1
    Looking ever a specie :a:e of Israel Book of Honor which
    viU be presented to Rabbi Solomon Schiff at the Congregation
    3eth E- D:.-.-.er of Tribute on May 31 at the Deauville Hotel
    ~-e .left to r.cit Joe ZaUs, chairman of the tribute and pres-
    dent of the pioneer Miami syncgogue; Rabbi Schiff. honoree
    at the function, which else will salute Israel's 16th anniversary
    of Stctehood; Hyman Chabner and Philip Berkowitz. honorary
    chairmen cf the affair and both past presidents of Beth El.
    Name Committee For Tribute Here
    man. Max Click, 14* Goldstein,
    Rebocca Gordon, Jacob Haynal,
    Pose Hyman, Geldie Indgin.
    Sarah Jacobson, Jacob Kahn,
    Harry Kravitz, Abo Leitin, Ralph
    Levitan, Andrew Mandel.
    Also the Mes>rs and Mesdames
    Minnie Mell. Ethel Moskowitz. Max
    Nuhomovic. Leo Oster. Sidney H.
    Palmerm. Harry Pearl Harry
    Personik. Florence Pieros, Abra-
    ham P. Rosenberg. Anna Rosen-
    blitt. Joseph Rotenherg. Rachel
    Sakowirz, Annie Sand. Samuel
    Sherman. Sarah Smulin. Pauline
    Subel, Jennie Sohnger. Alex
    Stakl. Samuel W. Weiss. Marvin
    Zalis and Sucher Zendmeer.
    Philip Berkowitz ant* Hyman
    Chabner are honorary chairmen
    of the affair, which will salute
    Rabbt Schiff. spiritual leader of;
    Beth El and past president of the '
    Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
    ciation., "for a lifetime of service
    to Israel.* j" --
    Co-chairmen are Georsye Bass,j
    Banjamin Boskm. Mrs Max Rap-
    pa port and A. Sol Weger. aided by
    Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president 01
    the Beth El Sisterhood.
    f))tatber: of the Committee of
    -.-.- .. uk \_Viigregation Beth
    Zl State of Israel Bonds Dinner of
    r;Dute to Rabbi Solomon Schiff
    ere named Sunday night at a
    unning meeting at the home of
    r and Mrs. Joe Zalis.
    Zalis. president of the pioneer
    iiami sjnagogue. is chairman of
    le gala function to be held May
    ."1 at the Deauville Hotel, with
    finer Maryland Gov. Theodore
    . McKeidin as principal speak-
    *
    Selected for the Committee of
    testa, still in formation, wore
    be Messrs and Mesdames Nath-
    an Adelman. Bon Arbut, Jack
    Asataowici, Rubm Blaottein,
    4e/Mfi Blibajr, Joseph BraH.
    CKalaa Comderf, Hyman Ent'-
    iekt, Sernard Fe, Pearl Free-
    Hospital Will
    Cnlarge Facilities
    Continued from Page 1-A
    State's attention to the 'sui gen-
    eris character of the Jewish
    people concepf and urging clar-
    ification of the Department's
    views with respect to the Jew-
    ish people claim.' You state:
    'The central point is that the
    Zionist-Israel sovereignty uses
    the Jewish people concept as the
    basic juridical claim directed
    igamst the Jews in states other
    than Israel who insist upon
    maintaining their single nation-
    ality status.'
    Its principal fun..'
    ?tate. is to change the legal status
    cf Jews from that of individual
    rticnais of i>
    t'"> member* of a juridical!) 1
    nized transnational nationality
    group with additional 'rights
    obligations to the Zionist-Israel
    sovereicnt;. The core of the
    Jewish people concept is it* na-
    tionality characteristics
    The Department of State recog-
    nizes the State of Israel a- j 1
    ereign state and citizenship of the
    State of Israel It recognize- Da
    other sovereignty or citizenship in
    connection therewith. It does not
    recognize a legal-political relation-
    ship based upon the religious iden-
    tification of American citizen* It
    does not m any way discriminate
    among American citizens on the
    basis of their religion. Accord-
    ingly, it should be clear that tne
    Department of State does not re-
    gard the Jewish people concept
    as a concept of international
    I remain doubtful that a formal
    . the type you describe
    . uld lead to u>eful results. As
    11 the *ever. appropriate
    : the Department uill
    !;. :::. problem
    that rriuy an-e. and the Depart-
    ;. : be hjpp> to con-
    t.t.ue the whenever oc-
    . Tt-
    Clarence L. Coleman Jr., pres-
    ident cf the American Council
    :- Judaism, in making public
    carts ef Assistant Secretary
    Talbot's letter, said that for 21
    years the Codicil has petitioned
    the U.S. Government to clarify
    its stand on the "Jewish people"
    concept. "Tonight," he added.
    "I am able to release for the
    first time the text of the first
    unambiguous and responsive
    rep'y received from the U.S.
    Government.' He termed this
    as "an historic moment in the
    Icrg troubled history of anti-
    Zionism."
    Commenting on Mr Coleman's
    partial di-ci-j-.-re of tne State De-
    partnent's statement. Rabbi Max
    S ;-haum. president 0: the Zaon-
    ;-t Organization of Am-nca. de-
    clared that the State Department
    -a;d "something that the Je'-
    i>h community has accepted for
    a long time." The American Zion
    Lst Council, the coordinating body
    : all Zionist organization^ in the
    1'iiited States, commented that
    the leader-hip of the Council for
    Judaism ;> tally aware of the
    fact that the concept of Jewish
    peoplehc>d i> purely a -pintual
    and cultural one. completely *.'
    \oid of any legal or political me^
    ing *
    Dr Robert M Mac!. pr^
    dent of the Nev\ Schoo, | j^.
    Research, addressing th. VmerS
    Council for Judaism
    >aid that American Je ,Ti'[Q
    sume extent respoosibli u!ut
    hi c^lleJ tneir "eootinuin; alien-
    ation" from the real \m^
    ican society In part ..
    rrob!' m irom
    t.veness of the Jewish
    ndmons tr...
    certain forrr-
    coui He cited th-
    Subbath. food taboo- 11
    tu laterrr.arr;.
    specific acti\:-.. -
    Sible lor the alienator.
    Beth Kodesh
    Elects Officers
    Abe S. Goldman. : r many
    scan an ofncial of the I itj u;
    Miami. was elected Pre-ident ol
    the Beth Kodesh Men Club lor
    the >ear 1964-65
    Officers who serve w -th ium
    are Sam Cohen. Eduarc I
    Joe Kaplan, vice presidents Slack
    Libman. secretary. Jack tow
    Tt-a-urer
    Advisory Board BMmben jrr
    Rudolph Maichin. ehairmaa din
    Dixon. Steve Clark. A -..arc
    Hampton. Jimmy 11:.;
    mond Plumer.
    The Men's Club eaaif.es in ^
    lal and philanthropic ic.n tiet
    For Shevuoth
    it's a better party with
    .1
    An estimated S500.000 program
    C; expansion was announced this
    . eek by Lawrence Brett, adminis-
    ator. for North Miami General
    hospital.
    Construction which will begin
    lay 25. will add 100 additional
    eds to {he hospital's capacity.
    .id Brett. Completion is expect-
    1 about Oct. 15.
    Immediate construction plans
    S .so include the enclosing of the
    pttaTl fourth floor, which was
    reviou-ly provided for in the ori-
    . inal construction on 1961. The
    ew floor will boost patient capac-
    y from the present 212 to 312
    leds.
    ".\fter consultation with our
    edical staff members it was
    nanimouslv agreed that more hos-
    -ital beds were needed in the
    orth Dade area." stated Brett.
    Our patient census was far above
    jpactty this winter and has risen
    eadily since our opening three
    ears ago."
    T.L.C!
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    far coaiJ:tt aad ckroacaity'ju pa-
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    seif-cere.
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    +JmUt) fh>rdUair
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    .ir.l I'.iiiKin.ni. J. ..;,h K, i;,,,..;.,. Sir.
    and Mi... Ihivld r CatKimiii, Edwui.l
    Cohen, .l...~.|.h l'..|i-n. Mm. Aaron
    <..nrv-ii..11. .\. iiudd Cutler, Judge and
    .Mr.-. IrvliiR t'yjien, Mrx. I.lll uunu.v,
    I..-.. Els. ii-i, in, l...>ti .1. Ell. Mrs. Ja-
    ri.ii Entitle, Mi-. Aaron tnrr, Paul
    Fluke. Urn, t'huile* I'. Kelnbenr, and
    Mi i.ml Mm. : i.l l:. Flyman.
    Aim mi., si inle) i rehllns, Mra.
    I.;nr. l-'i i,- ilan I. .Mi... .-..i i.....Imun,
    Mis. I. .iii- ill...,,.,. M,.. \ | <;ikk-
    .....n. M .. i:.....-. rioMlierK, Mr. und
    .\ii. Burlnn II. ilolili u in. Mra Kam
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    and Mi vi Mm ii.. Mi- l.i u Har-
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    I Hi ii \ nl li, Her. Mm Philip
    Ikh -. I "I N an H .laff. El iu-nI
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    K-avlU. Mrs. [M Kivnskv. Mr. and
    Hi-. Kidney Uefiiiui I, .Mis. Jean ".
    I.f-nmaii, Dr. I ml Mra. Irving ..hr-
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    Si. In..> Lewis, an.I Mr an.I Mrs
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    ni Mi-. Norton Pall
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    William t>, Winner, Mi an.i Mra.
    Ilari\ l:. Kinlth, Abe Knloako, Mr*
    i:. raid Si.li/.. Ruberl Komemieln,
    I-,. rm Tailanoff, Mm, Plilllp Than.
    .Mrs. Howard Trins. Mm Matilda
    Wa.iiii.n and Mr.-. Carl Welnkle.
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    Mother's Club
    Card Party
    A card parly was to be given by
    the Mothers Club of the Surfside
    Chapter of De Molay on Thursday,
    .May 14. 8:15 p.m.. at the Bel Aire
    Hotel. Mrs. Doris Jacobson is
    president of the group.
    The party is open to the public
    and reservations may be made
    with Mrs. "Morrie Epstein, Mrs,
    Herman Oppenhtim. and Mrs. Sid-
    ney Ritterman.
    All proceeds go to aid boys of
    the De Molay Surfside Chapter,
    when the Mother's Club purchase
    merit badges
    {Planning for the annuel meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish
    [Federation at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Sunday eveninq,
    (May 24, are (left to right) Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger, Mrs. D.
    Lawrence Sherman, Greater Miami Jewish Federation Execu-
    tive Director Arthur S. Rosichan, and Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Mrs.
    [Irving Lehrman (not shown) wife of the campaign chairman,
    I also participated in the meeting.
    !6th Annual Federation Meeting Hopes
    fo Surpass to $1,386,500 Goal for '64
    The 26th annual meeting of the Federation in the community.
    beater Miami Jewish Federation Others serving on the Nominating
    I take place in the West Ball- Wnmniittee include James M Al-
    _ -, I'fcrt, Sidney Ansin, David Cats-
    m of the Fontainebleau Hotel nan Joscph Cohcn Jack
    Sunday evening. May 24, at Katzman. Louis Kenin. Mrs. Inez
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    Reception and 7:00 p.m. dinner Fred K. Shochet and Robert Trau-
    rill also be the occasion for a
    nmbined Jewish Appeal victory
    iner dance, heralding a success-
    iil CJA campaign, according to
    Jidney Lefcourt. president.
    "At th present time, the cem-
    igrt it moving steadily toward
    goal of Jl.3W.SO0, and I am
    (certain by the annual mooting
    we will have surpassed our en-
    tire 1*43 total." Rabbi Irving
    I Lehrman i* chairman of the 1H4
    campaign.
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    the monument by various of
    ial participant- fig from
    representatives of Polish jevuh
    u. club to Dr Nahum Gold-
    :.rt The latter had come here
    invitation of the Polish au-
    ies as president of the World
    Jewish Congress and chairman ot
    the Conference on Jewish Material
    Claims Against German;
    Many leaders agreed that the
    unveiling of the imposing monu-
    ment was the most impressive
    commemorative event conducted
    in this country since 1948, when
    the monument to the Warsaw
    Ghetto rebellion was dedicated
    on the edge of that ghetto in
    Poland's capital.
    The monument, situated on the
    \er> spot where the gas ovens had
    stood, and beneath which- the
    ashes of hundreds of thousands of
    martyred Jew- were interred by
    the Nazis, features a large stone
    . "Iding a huge menorah. Sur-
    rounding the central stone are
    smaller stones, .-yrobohc of thou-
    sands of tombstones These are
    engraved with the names of all
    cities and villages from which the
    P. iish Jewish victims of Treblinka
    had been rounded up
    A group of 11 stones symbolizes
    the 11 countries in Europe from
    which the Nazi- had brought .' -
    hire for murder. Railroad tr. -
    depicted, reminiscent of the
    BUS of transport uherewith the
    ere brought here, dirt
    .-. gas ens \- .-.nee
    to the monument, there
    u in -a languages in-
    cluding YkJ
    that. here. 800.000 Jews bad been
    murdered by
    Treblinka : r... ,.t the
    most impona-.tof a series of
    monuments being erected in va-
    i:ous parts of Poland by the Coun-
    cil for the Protection of Monu-
    ments to the Resistance and Mar
    tyrdom. marking the sites where
    Nazi atrocities and mass murder-
    had been committed Two miles
    from this monument to the Jew-
    i-h dead, another memorial ua-
    vrveiled later in honor of the 10-
    000 Poles executed by the Nazis at
    that spot
    Adults Honored
    At Temple Israel
    Adult member- of Temple Is-
    rael of Greater Miami, who at
    uncled Saturday and Sunday
    morning clashes, will be awarded
    Certificates of Men: at -
    this Friday and be called to
    pulpit for a ble sing b\ Dr J -
    eph R. Narot
    The iaculty of the Adult Educa-
    tion Department cor- Dr
    Narot. Rabbi Morr.- <;r.,:f Prol
    S.d.-.e> B--..r.Kk and Seymour
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    monies with Dr. Goldmann a
    participant in the official unveil-
    ing. Delegations and special
    guests had come to the rites
    from at least 10 countries. From
    early morning, many thousands
    of Jews and Poles, with Jewish
    youth clubs prominent among
    them, came here by bus, bi-
    cycle and other means of trans-
    port to attend the ceremonies.
    The principal addre>se> were
    delivered by Prof Stanislaw Tur-
    -ki. rector of Warsaw University,
    who is chairman of the committee
    of monument patron- Vice Min-
    ister Janus.- Wieczorek, president
    of the Council for Protection of
    Monument- to the Resistance and
    Martyrdom; and Salof Sish^round.
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    Torah to be Dedicated at Emanu-EI
    In Honor of Samuel Friedland Sunday
    A magnificently-adorned Torah
    \ill be dedicated in honor of Sam
    uel Friendiand. lounder. past
    president and chairman of the
    board of Temple Emanu-EI. at
    special prillmtfim services Sunday
    i::onu;:;. the first day of Shavuot.
    at Temple Emar.uEl.
    The Torah is being presented
    to Temple Emai.u-El in honor ol
    Mr. Fricdland's birthday by his
    brother. George Friedland. of
    Philadelphia
    Graduate-; of Temple Emanu-
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    ..r here the> will be greeted
    by Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
    leader The confirmands will par-
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    " We Count Our Blessings."
    Sandra, daughter of Dr. and Mrs
    Leon Manheimer. is class \aledic-
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    Mi vice dedicating the newly-deco-
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    Jewish festivals and holidays in
    glorious color and artistic design.
    The windows are being dedicated
    by the following members of the
    congregation:
    Mr and Mrs Shepard Broad.
    Mr and Mrs. Charles Charcow-
    sky. Mrs Fred Ehrnnkranz. Mr.
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    snd Mrs Morris S. Galler. Mrs
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    Mrs S H Krom. Mr. and Mrs.
    Morris Lapidus.
    Mr and Mrs. Joseph M. Lip-
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    Mr. and Mrs Nathan Schwartz.
    Dr and Mrs. Harold Unger. and
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    Dr Irving Lehrman will preach
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    time Boaz takes Ruth to wife.
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    speaker at the closing YMHA in-
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    school staff members next Tues-
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    Scheduled as a luncheon to be
    held in the lounge of the Miami
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    gram will teature the theme. "The
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    tor in School Readiness Pro-
    gram."
    Attending the session will be
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    staff, a> well as the following
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    Mrs. Sidney Roberts. Mrs. Irwin
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    Lipnick. Mrs. Norman' Sand.
    Mrs Wilbur Blechman and Mrs
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    As a special feature of the pro-
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    febration J Sjtctvuotli to rJolbw SaLLatlt
    oth celebration will be launched in Greater Miami at services! ______
    pvenrng, and continuing Sunday and Monda'c with ViAnr'''" WHllHW'.\n-."frlfWwi,-r>u-H^..t>i. Lehrman. cantor wir.h
    S1 moth celebration will be launched in Greater Miami at services!
    um.cewntng. and continuin? Sunday and Monda1?. with yK1
    monal prayers slated for the final day of the observance For
    ci;, shavuoth features, see Pages 12-A 1-C. and 3-C.
    JC'-H ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Awe.
    rthciox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
    i '. |i. n. Saturday B:S0 n.ni.
    "Can We Expect a Better
    \W :-.? [>.m, "Tlw Kihic-s ,.f
    K:."-> rs." Sh.'ivuoi uh-r^d In.
    Saturday x:3ii a.m. Bermon:
    'nrah'a Eternal Vitality." Bve-
    ' ji.ni. Monday 8:30 a.m. Bar-
    'A Tradition to Serve ns a
    trance. Yizkor 10:30 a.m.
    LVAT 6HALOM CONG REG A.
    3'- 585 SW S7th Ave. Orthodox,
    ntc Israel Kerahner.
    -----. -----
    : EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
    *ative. Rabbi Abraham Sch-
    Irti
    ZAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Awe. Con-
    1 .t. Raboi Norman N. Shapiro.
    tc William W. Lipion.
    .." pan. sisterhood Sabbath.
    i. :! It.-.nli.inl will in.stall SIs-
    nfflcera. Saturday \> a.m. Jun-
    Drfregatlon Sabbath with Bruce
    i inior rahbl. S'havuot Serv-
    aturday :*!' p.m. in tin* Chapel.
    9 a.m. Main Sanctuary 6:30
    I Monday 9 am Main
    :.-... vision- Service IO:S0 am
    EL. 500 SW 17th Awe. Ortho-
    r-.obi Solomon Schitf,
    .,.". p.m. Saturda) ":"' a.m.
    p: hedilli Saturday 9:45 p.m.
    :'-:i'i a.m. Sermon: "Reaching
    . t i Lin. of lod." Mlnclut I la
    It i -.,\ v : ;i.m Visitor Service
    riiion Sii ivlng for Elei n-
    9JETH
    C.aDbi H. Louis Rottman.
    l sat urda 9 a.m Bha -
    .* on >.ii in day 6 '' m
    .. in and 13 p m Monda)
    - \ :. ps. I.III.
    JACOB. 301-3U Washinnton
    : thodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
    Maurica Mamchaa.
    /< p.m. S.UUl -l-i. 1.1 Ifnd I lie World's
    - .i v lu>i uhui red In ~ '' "r
    ,i m Sermon; "A Tran
    "a ah.* Monday v.'.n a.m Via-
    a.m.' s. i-mnii- "The ''''
    e-.OOESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
    i Traditional. Rabbi Max
    ,'C. Cvitor Fred Bernstein.
    Festival ushered in on Bat-
    ! ai sunset. Sunday and M.....la}
    Visitor Service on Monday
    i Kermon: "Our Travels
    n the Wars.'"
    I MOSHE CONGREGATION.
    W. Dixie Hywy. Conserwatiwe.
    Simon April. Cantor Hyman
    y B:lfi p.in. Quest speaker. Oscar
    hart, attorney. Tuple: "Ethics
    People." featurday 8:45 a.m.
    1:46 a.in Bhavuol ushered in.
    *: "Tor.ih is Life." Monday 9:45
    nskor Bervlsea 10:30 a.m.
    RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd *vt.
    lodcx. Ralph Krieger, secre-
    'FILAH. 935 Euclid Awe. Or-
    Ox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
    ----- -----
    TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
    Cc-serw itiwe. Rabbi Max Lip-
    Itz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
    .5 p.m. Tonl Zlffer ami Sti-
    , will be honored upon com-
    ili.. Synagogue's General
    nol program. Saturda) 8:45
    Mitzvah: Brian, son of Mr.
    Ira Harold Bellgman; Stephen,
    Bhlrlo) Verdon ami Bills
    l p.m. I'ar Mltivah: Mlchnel,
    \t Mr. and Mr.-. Herman Kn-.i
    Weeks uahered in at s- i \ -
    in Sunda) 8 IS a m Mon-
    ti r, mi Vlxkor 10:45 a m
    --
    RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
    rvatlve. Rabbi Harold Richter.
    ptor Jack Lerncr.
    i p.m. Sei Minn: "li\\ ami
    " Saturda) 8 SO ,i m Si I
    . I'..i ||on ..i the Week i lai
    Alan, .-..ii nf Mi. an.I Mrs
    .i. Sliavuol Services sun-
    in Be mi>n *'i*i".n l* ii
    niiiu at ii: I". p.m. Mol da)
    rlskor s. rvlces i" So a.m.
    "The l-'ift.i Commandment

    CANDLtUGHTING T/Afl
    26 Iyor 6:36 pjn.
    -' ........ i
    PI. Conservative. Rabbi Oawid Ros-
    enfeJd.
    | l-Yiday l:M p.m. Snturday 9 a.m. Bar
    Mitavnh: Dennis, son ft Mr. and Mrs.
    ; Marshall Chern. Khavunt observed be-
    I glnninK at U:::" p.m. Sunday B:S0 a.m.
    iii.-'ii.iini: services for KpIIrIous School
    | ehlldreii. Sermon: 'Ten Command-
    i m.-ins." Monday "> a.m. Bermon: ":A
    i Reunion With i Mr AAceators." Yizkur
    I Memoi ial Services 10:10 a.m.
    FT. LAUOERDALE EMANU EL. 1801
    E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
    Richard M. Lewiton.
    HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
    dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
    Gross.
    Friday ,,'''" p.m Saturday '' a.m. and
    i. p.m. Bhnvuot Services Sunday 9
    a hi Sermon: "The Tin Cnmandments
    T.-ii:i> Monday 1* a.m. Sermon:
    "Book ni Ruth." Vlskor l" a.m. i
    ------a------
    ISRAELITE CtNTER. 3175 SW 25th
    St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
    T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
    HYIilnj 8:3'i p.m. Saturda) 8:4" a.m.
    Sermon: "IVrsonal Story of a fro
    phel Bhnvuot ushered In nt T p.m
    ."-"in1.i'. '." i.in > mon .vi'-.i -I
    i: 'Hi Kvi ninu p m Monda) v '"
    in Si n If I -> 111 Wi i. the
    Knd." V'lakor i" 10 a.m.
    ----
    KNESETH ISRAEL. 1J1 Euclid Avr.
    Orthodox. Ribbi Dawid Lehrfield.
    Cantor Abraham Seif.
    MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1844
    Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
    Abraham Str.issfeld.
    MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
    3737 Bud Rd. Modern Traditional.
    ---------
    OHEV 5HALOVI. 9.1 Normandy Or.
    Orthodox. Rabbi PhmMi WsJier-
    man.
    SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
    St. Conserwative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
    wald.
    Friday 9:80 and 8:10 p.m. Bermon:
    "Preparations for Binal." Baturday v
    a.m.
    SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 845
    Collins Awe. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
    mias.
    r.'anda) *:: a.m. Shavuot Barvlcea.
    Sermon: "Jews and Torah." Monday
    - ii a.m. Sermon: "Marrhufe of Qod
    and Jewish People." Tlakor Barvicej
    | 10:15 a.m.
    TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Con-
    servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
    Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
    Cantor Maurice Neu.
    Friday 8:1S p.m. Dedication of hon-
    nii.ii- Saturday >:ir. a.m. liar Mlti-
    fali: Mare, son of Mr. and Mrs AJeX-
    amlir Sharfstein. Shavuot ushered in
    ai 7:30 p.m. Sunda) 8:46 a.m. Sermon:
    "Revelation -Then and Now." Even-
    ing 7::: p.m. Monday v<.". a.m. her-
    lie.I : "Judaism-A Kelik"i"ll of lleav.ll
    .mil Karili."
    TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
    Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
    Herbert Ba-.imgard. Cantor Charles
    Kodner.
    Friday v1"' P-m, Sermon "The Van-
    ishing Jew." Senior graduates "f poat-
    ...nfii niatii-n group will bi honored.
    Sunday ll a.m. Bhavuol Services
    L'oiiflrmatlon 8 p.m.
    i" M) ii#".\tr.! iSfflBnier-ii
    sen i.f Mrs. Beverly Schneider. Bha-
    vuol Services Sunday i:4r. a.m. will
    Include Yizkur.
    TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
    NE 167th St. Conserwatiwe. Rabbi
    Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex-
    ander Cohen.
    ----------
    TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
    2'nd Awe. Conserwatiwe. Rabbi S. M.
    Machtei.
    Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "A Compass
    fur luur Wilderness." Saturday :'::ii>
    a.m. Bar Mlizvah: Bennett, sun of
    Mi. and Mrs. Jonr'ph Sapersiein. Bhm-
    viu.t Etarvice K:M p.m. Sundnv :no
    a.m. Sermon: "Moses on Sinai." 8:30
    p.m. Sernmn: "The Colden (;Mif. An
    Inadeiiuau; Substituie fur Moaes,"
    Monday i:W a.m. Sermon: "The Ton-
    KUe. An Instrument for Life or
    uaath." Memorial aarvleea 10:80 a.m.
    TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing-
    ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
    Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
    Friday 8:80 dm. Saturday :i a.m. Bar
    Mltivah: JerTr.-y, sun of Mr. and Mrs,
    Bernard i>. "Kaplan: Robert, son ol
    Mr. and Mrs. David Vanii
    -
    TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
    Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
    Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
    PVIda) 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Doei God
    Reward or Punish?"
    TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo Ave.
    Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecai
    Pedet. Cantor Gordon Richards.
    Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 10:80 a.m.
    Uiir Mltsvah: Hubert, sun of Mr. and
    Mis. Kam Tueli. Shavuot Sirvics
    7:30 p.m. will Include confirmation
    exercises. Sunday 10:30 a.m. Yizkur
    Me.morlul Services.
    TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
    Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
    owitr Cantor Edward Klein.
    Friday 1:15 p.m. Has Mitzvuh: Judy,
    daughter uf .\^r, and Mrs. Sid BUM-
    m;in. Salunlay '.' a.m. Bel'UIOli: "The
    I'ortlon of the Law." liar Mitzvah:
    Ike. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jaime Oold-
    enberff. Bh&vuot lachedjUc:gBaturdajf
    6: ""
    tlv
    lay 8:43 a.m. Yi'/.ki
    ' .< "V. s." .......... .-.. ....u>... .*-... ^- .-
    i".:4.". p.m. Sunday ^ *. a.iii..<'>iiiruia-
    ti,uii Services. ICv.ininv 6: l."iq^p. *3Jj"d
    The Red and Green Light
    Of Divine Commandment
    By RABBI
    MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
    Temple Menorah
    The lesson of Shavuot can be
    told in diverse ways. I choose to
    relate the proiound lesson of Ihe
    revelation at Sinai in the follow-
    ing simple story:
    Through my rear view mirror.
    I saw the police patrol car with
    Consider the following points:
    First, we are endowed with the
    basic freedom of owning and
    driving a car. But the traffic
    light limits us by directing us
    when we may proceed and when
    ue must stop. Second, by ob-
    serving the traffic signals, we in-
    sure our own safety and the
    safety of our neighbors. Third,
    traffic lights are placed in our
    path by the authority <>i a traf-
    fic engineer whose laws do not
    change with the whims and the
    wills of individuals. Finally,
    TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
    Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
    tional. Rjiim Eugene Labowitz.
    Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
    Saturday S:4."i a.m. Confirmation Ser-
    ies. Bhavuol Services ai 8:80 p.m.
    Sunday K:l."> a.m. Seriuun: "Tornh
    th. Answer to the V'anlahlng Jew."
    Sunday 8:48 a.m. Ylzliur Sernmn:
    "The Souls- of Our Beloved."
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    TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
    8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
    Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
    Friday ,V30 p.m. Saturday tf:4.'. a.m.
    I'.ii Mltsvah: llrad. son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Irving Bromley.
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    TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
    121C0 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
    Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale.
    Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "lllblical
    Commandments- Veraua Modern Com-
    mitments." Services conducted by
    Confirmation Claaa 1864. simday 10
    a.m. Shuvuot services and Confirma-
    tion exercises.
    TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
    Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
    Hyman Gross.
    TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Awe.
    Conserwatiwe. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
    Cantor Ben Dickson.
    Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Havt Our
    Children Accepted the Torah"" Satur-
    day 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Counting
    Something Precious." Bhavuol serv-
    ices stari Sunday >:l" a.m. Bermon:
    "Our I'airy Food." Monday 8:45 a.m
    Bermon: "A Memorial." Vlakor Serv-
    ices.
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    TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
    Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
    man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
    r"rldn> v::u p.m. Has .Mitzvah Mari-
    lyn, datlghtel .l Mr. and Mrs George
    Ml MIS
    RABBI KIAYtB ABRAMOWITZ
    Iroific lights
    its overhead red light blinking.
    Pulling over to the curb. I
    brought the car to a stop as my
    heart quickened its palpitation.
    The officer, recognizing me,
    piously rebuked me, "Rabbi!
    You of all people! You know
    you've got to live by the law!
    If you don't respect the law,
    TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
    Ave Conservative. Rabbi Henry
    Wernick.
    l-"i nla> t:Sn -i iii. Sermon: "Modern
    I'm el .nit- I llii Shahhal h"-1. i I.v
    Mr and Mis Man II Firsl in honiM
    ..i ^ i ,i u.i-.ifi. Stephen Ihivld, son of
    I 'r .mil Mrs. w ili.mi III ii.-. I"- .pei.
    Snturdnj a.m Bern..... "The Pol -
    tlon ol the Week.' Shavuot uahered
    the red, the green and the yellow in at 7:80 p.m. Sunda> H u.m. and 7
    lights are intended for all dnv- ft-,i*J^,> ;"" Me......."' Sarv'
    ers and are not subject to variant I
    internret ttions The red means YOUNG isracl 990 NE 171st St.
    ItmipreidUOns. Ilie nu mtJin Orthodox. Raobi Sherwin Stauber.
    stop, the green means go. and Frldaj 8:30 p.m. Saturdaj a.m -
    the yellow means caution for all ,".;;":,,"'^;;,T''s.V,nV,u',n,""i'.'."!iv'.'.|S,1'.'.f
    people, at all times. Weeks." evening Rhavuot services
    .. __.. ,__, 8:80 pin. Moudus 9 .i in. Vlakor 10:3Q
    But here the parallel ends. ., ,
    There is a basic difference he-1 r^^i^ -
    tween God and the traffic lights.,
    God doesn't have squad cars with ;
    overhead red blinking lights. At
    least not the kind from which of-
    ficers emerge to reach into their
    hip-pockets to write a ticket.
    They're the easy kind. They
    can. at times, be eluded. But
    the Divine Traffic Light in our
    lives has built-in regulators
    which harass our conscience
    when we defy His law and which
    give us inner peace when we
    live by it. The Ten Command-
    ments are veritably the Divine
    Tratfic Lights in our lives.
    Available yearly er
    Nigh Holidays.
    All-around Cantor,
    Baal Musef, Baal
    Kerch A Sheiar.
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    120th St. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
    Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
    lieb,
    l-'riiiiiy 8:15 p.m Education Sabbath
    Quest speaker, Jack KuimIi.ui. m. m
    hi i ..i I'nlvt i -i > of -Miami Depart
    in.iii ni' Paycholoiry. Bernard I d
    I.. il, nutfrolnx chali man ol the Tero-j
    pie's ilin :ii i.-n ciimmlttee and metn-
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    TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
    wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
    Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
    Ernest Steiner.
    PYldaj B:1B p.m Baa Mltavah: Susan,
    daughter "f Mr. and Mrs William
    I Lewis STiavuol schedule beains at
    7 SO p.m. Sunday 9 a.m. S.-rmuii:
    "The Ten Commandmente." Iveninii
    Services 7 p.m. Monday t a.m. Ber-
    mon: "We Take Leave Tutkor Me-
    morial Service 10:48 a.m,
    1 TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
    Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
    Cantor David Conviser.
    Friday vr. p.m. Sermon: "American
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    calling it God. But I think it
    is not sacrilegious to draw a
    parallel between God and the
    traffic light.
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    ed by graduation of students from
    the Center's Religious School.
    The graduates will also perform
    in a short play depicting the role
    that synagogue, Torah, rabbi.
    Brotherhood and Sisterhood play
    in the education and life of a
    Jew.
    Graduates are Stuart Bell. Kev-
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    ?zqe 14-A
    +Je1st> norMian
    Fridgy- May 15, 1964

    UN listening Post:
    By SAUl CARSON
    Distinctive Difference Between a Mature Man and a Boy
    United Nations
    l/ING HUS
    * seta <>t Jor-
    dan ha- come
    and gone. Is-
    rael's Prime
    Minister L e v 1
    Eshkol will be
    here in t h e
    near future
    Try as one may to be Journal-
    istically objective, the taet re-
    mains that it is difficult not to
    feel guilt) for mentioning the
    two men simultaneously The
    is that in the opinion Ol
    most non-Arab and non-Soviet
    people here, on all levels, there
    is simplj no comparison be-
    tween the two men Or, as one
    diplomat phrased it. One is ..
    man. the other a boy.
    It is not merely the differ-
    ence in age that distinguishes
    Eshkol from Hussein. It is
    the status ot the two countries
    and the statesmanship of the
    two leaders that sets them
    apart And that difference was
    pointed up sharply during Hus-
    sein's visit Here again se
    mantics don't work equally. For
    .'in- ean hardly call Hussein a
    statesman. He has a title, he
    has prerogativesand he has
    an army for which we. the peo-
    ple 't the United states, pay
    and pay But the Israeli to
    whose visit we look forward is
    a doer leading a country that
    does Hussein is a hanger-on
    whose country is In that cate-
    gory.
    Hussein had come and gone
    and had made not a ripple
    Once again, he showed himself
    a polite young man who knows
    how to blow hot and how to
    blow coldusually with the
    same breath Professing I
    an Arab leaderthat i-
    spokesman for all the Arabs,
    and not merely for his littU'
    landhe v a- pathetic For. a-
    everyone knew, he is .>- much
    l -pokesman for Arabs as such
    as, for Instance, any beggar
    could be who wears an off-white
    burnoose instead of a S300 suit
    made on Saville Row.
    True, he received the treat-
    ment due the head of a mem-
    ber state But that was pure
    protocol. There was no en-
    thusiasm displayed here by
    anyone, no real interest, no gen-
    uine spirit of caring. People
    in higher places went through
    the motionsand it was ob-
    vious they were doing Only
    what had ti be done under the
    requirements ol their job
    Thu>. there w.i- a Sign of
    contentment here when Hussein
    had gone. He had come only
    because he knew Eshkol was
    coming. There vai sincerity
    in regard to hi- visit at unb-
    one pointwhen people taH
    "good-bye." No one even men-
    tinned 'ant w iedeiM-hn'"not
    w ith a straight face
    There is no doubt whatever
    that Eshkoi's visit and Eshkort
    impression will be tar far tfif.
    ferent. As one diplomat here
    said "The king is long
    live the land that has a
    man instead." He left
    that he meant I-:.., j\n
    kol
    Panorama:
    By DAVID SCHWARTZ
    It's Fifty Years Now of Uttering Speech for the 'Jewish Da)1
    DAY UNTO DAY utteroth speech,
    says the Bible The Jewish
    Pay has beer marking its 50th
    birthday. It's been a long day
    and its sun is fai from setting The
    first Yiddish newspaper in Amer-
    ica is said to have been a earn
    paign sheet supporting Horace
    Greeley in his campaign for the
    Presidency. Greeley, the founder I
    of the New York Tribune and the man who said "Go
    west, young man." in a sense is also the father of
    the American Yiddish press i celey s ggested the
    publication ol the Yiddish paper to help win the
    support ot .ies in Ins bid for tin President
    Henry Adams said that the earliest \
    newspapers were the taverns There at the bar
    with the clink of glasses, the people met and beard
    travelers with whatever news they brought and by
    the same token, we may say that the early Jewish
    newspaper was the shul. At the synagogue, you not
    only prayed but you heard the news. Nowadays to
    run a newspaper, you have to have the telegraph,
    but in the old days they found out. if you tell any-
    / Write as I Please
    By CARL ALPERT
    Dr. Goldmann in Active Politics in Israel?
    Haifa|
    THE DECISION by Nahum Cold
    ' maim to take up permanent res
    Mencc in Israel and adopt Israels}
    citizenship is an event of very-
    great significance in the politic all
    life of the country It is apt to
    influence the composition of the
    Israel Government and some ot
    the basic policies of the land
    from this perspective, it i- more than merely the
    private act ot an individual
    During his career of public service to the Jew-
    ish people, Dr Goldmann has bee:; the wandering
    Jew typified He has held passports of six dit-
    eot countries; Israel Is hi! seventh, the Sabbath
    his days, one might -.,v Though he is presi-
    di at of the Work) Zionist Organisation, and ol the
    World Jewish Congress, he has never been a can-
    ate in a public election Re has in effect been
    leader Without a personal constituon J
    Yet tew can question the talents and skills
    ol the man. He is an astute politician, a persuasivi
    orator, an able diplomat His affiliation with the
    Liberal Part) in Israel Introduces an element
    Which may have a far-reaching effect on the li6o
    flections.
    The leading political personalities Of the State
    Ben-Gurion, Gold., Heir, Lev: Eshkol. Abba Eban
    Moshe Payanall are members of the dominant
    Mapai None Of the other parties_ have been able
    to offer the kind of colorful personality who com-
    Capitol Spotlight:
    mands public support and capturt The
    nearest has been Menahem Begin, of Herat, and
    the result shows in the tact that Hern: Is -
    to Mapai in iSectoral strength.
    Many have felt that the Liberal Party, with its
    centrist policy of moderation, opp. -
    ol right and left, could some day devel
    major political group in the country The Gi
    Zionists merged into (his party it has
    11 ol the intel nd profess
    '.Uit it has never had colorful lei
    h.v e est, inU liigent met I si
    mappealing to the- masses
    Nahum G i arm maj i this situal

    - he belongs, he may influi
    ters to
    the Liberals
    In the last election the Liberals p>
    pei ci ol 'hi vote, and while this as .
    I to make them the third ra: -
    behind m. I Herat it .-
    afford them any real opportune |
    Mapai's hegemony However, should thi
    el Herat and the Liberals at last take
    frequently proposed, the challeng< ; Mapai could
    me very real
    01 course such an amalgamated party requires
    single, strong leader-hip Would it be Nahum
    mann or Menahem Begin* Would either t>
    pared to take second place on the list* Tl
    where Go much vaunted dip
    will receive its first test
    By JESSIE HALPERN
    Less Grandiose, but it Was No Less Impc riant
    I r
    IT DID NOT have the physical gradi
    o>.:> tarat on Washington of
    I 1*E. rer did H hive such a
    ~amatically emotional air about it But
    National Interrehgious Coat -cation
    - civil Right; of April 28. 14 is likely
    be recorded in the history of human
    Sorts as the most significantly
    9 oral response to human dignity ever
    r edged by the major religious groups of this country
    In a umowe action. 1.000 Jewish leaders, rabbis and
    en. joined nearly 5.060 of their Cathode and Pro-
    Urt counterparts in Washington to launch a renewed
    endeavor to aid American Negroes in their long, drawn-
    out quest for equal rights and opportunities
    Religious historians have termed this effort "unpre-
    cedented and "unparalleled .And the leaders of the
    illy -r- I that this
    ProhibJti. .. in the I -
    had roused itseU to political a,-
    In their toreeful dignity. I "urcn
    leaders pointed out that the CM -v a ^
    pinning of a concerted drive" bj rei._ ,or
    passage of the hi | increasing ell
    the Negro revolution after the legislation i< passed "
    The practical guides for the American Jewish I
    munity ir. this trenchant effort have been sel The
    agogue Council's social action chairman. Rabbi Irwin
    Biank. announced, that at every Sabbath service special
    prayers, sermons and discussions will stress this issue
    m synagogues throughout tne countryuntil the
    s bili is pissed by Congres-
    Simultaneouslv Jew, across the nation have been
    tod to join in an intensified mad campaign to their
    Senators urging the passage of the bill
    ts around The fact is. in a sensa cverj
    per Meet anyone and thi
    .. is "what's i i Si
    rculatibn than ethers, some ;
    features, but all of us, whether we like it or not, arc
    newspapers It might be said that man differean-
    ..< h K -von', other creatures in the '.jet that
    each one ol us is a newspaper. The other creatures
    on meeting do not ask "what's new '
    The Hearst journalist. Arthur Brisbane once
    said to Prof. Solomon Schechter that the greatest
    new> -t, rj of all time was when the newsboys vrett
    yelling. "Extra Extra There is only mm God
    Extra
    While this may have been the great.-: ne*l
    storj I have an idea that the story which would
    have beer, given the greatest play in the papers
    was not that, but rather of Moses coming down from
    the mountain and smashing the Ten Commandmentl
    when he found the Israelites worshiping thi (.olden
    Calf It is the stories dealing with the b: -.; d
    one cr another of the Ten Commandments men in
    ets the most play in the new-:
    The Bible is full of great newspaper -tones
    The Passover Sa^a i- a wonderful newspaper storj
    : said that more books in America h.:
    Lincoln than about any ot!
    but ted a people without ^
    Between You and Me: By BORIS SM01A1
    Battle Over Religion
    \
    JEWISH LEADERS are wall
    ..tm"-t interest the dei
    he House Judiciary Com
    i battlefroot b<
    of m
    t:
    en turned into -------
    lenient.- requesting the re-. of Pn!
    r and Bible-reading I Pubk
    rhools The House leader the rtt
    M nools fight i- Rep I""1"
    .tecker. New York Bepubhcao *
    troduced a proposal foi
    - c ? constitution which would in effect rullify*
    of the I' j Supreme Court banning prayers ud
    in Classrooms. Backing h.- proposd
    amendment ire I substantial number of men
    House, bvth Republicans and Democrats
    states
    There i> little fear among Jewish organizat^r. ^
    all Jewish group- support the Supreme Court deeWJ
    the public schoolsthat
    adopt this year any Constitutional amendment is requit-
    ed by those who want to turn the clock 12J3
    eheld on school prayer Is B "WJJJI
    fined to the House, the Senate front IS t **j
    an amendment to the Constitution m -' be
    for ratification to the state*a matter which tak
    time
    H -.ever Jewish organizations are
    ed ovr the emotional discussions which n
    over thi> very sensitive issue Pro! -- "al '
    Semite- are already taking advantage of tl
    be '-'
    there
    a marked contrast between the
    posit"*
    ----- ..- m , in supporting the Supreme Court edicts an i *""
    of the tens of thousands of letter writer-
    Jew tab. concern now is. therefore, not with the
    tion of a religion in-the-schools Constitution-: smcoaW^
    at this time, but is rather focused on the ..:''n*~]i <
    byproducts that agitation for such an smewfana*
    capable of producing. Although the heavy prepoM*1,
    ance of letters and petitions reaching the mem?^e|j
    Congress and demanding the return of prayer-Bible ^
    to classrooms comes from women, it is noted thai f*
    popular supP*J
    Cor- "
    are now being created to mobilne popular
    this drive One of these groups, the Com
    er Foundation, has even appealed to Pi
    to serve as honorary chairman


    Way. May 15. 1964
    t'Jenislh Meridian
    Page 15-.-.
    Expert Tells Miamians That Arab League
    Spreads Anti-Semitism in Latin Nations
    -a
    :k Lubin (left), receives the gavel of office as president of
    Brotherhood of Temple Or Olom from Rabbi Samuel April,
    jiritual leader, at a tri-installation which also saw the instal-
    tion of Temple and Sisterhood officers.
    thma Research Meeting
    iami Beach Chapter of the
    ldren's Asthma Research In-
    ute and Hospital held a
    ting on Tuesday, 8 p.m.. in the
    tell Plaza Hotel. 255 W. 24th
    Flamingo Dr. Chairman is
    s Phillip Lentz. Co-chairman
    rs. Max Cold.
    IM
    leborah Officers
    istalled Here
    In Miami Beach
    freater MlanJi Chapter of De-
    fah held its installation lunch-
    at the Barcelona Hotel on
    fesday at 11:30 a.m.
    layor Chuck Hall installed
    |rris Weinberger for a third
    m as president.
    rUher officers are vice presi-
    ts, Mesdames Julius Grottian,
    jorge RappapOrt, Aaron Rosen-
    il and Abe Schwartz; financial
    Iretaries, Emanucl Blum and
    s. Helen Gross; recording sec-
    aries. Nathan Bachman and
    tianiel Rubcl; social secretary,
    Harry Adler; treasurers,
    Jacobs and Carl Cotler.
    following the induction, Mrs.
    inberger made the presenta-
    Bs and awards.
    Dade Federal
    World's Fair
    Info Center Here
    Dade Federal Savings and Loan i
    Association of Miami is sponsor-1
    infl a World's Fair Information
    Center open to the public through
    Maj 2d ;it its Allapattah Branch,
    1400 NW 36th St.
    The center. \\hk\ features free
    information on travel, housing and
    sights at the World's Fair, is open
    daily from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,
    and until 8 p.m.. on Fridays
    The branch office information
    center also includes a contin-
    uous showing of World's Fair
    movies on Friday nights from
    5 to 8 p.m., narrated by Lowell
    Thomas; color slides of pavi-
    lions; animated displays; a 12-ft.
    replica of the Florida pavilion;
    and World's Fair baloona for the
    children.
    "As a community-interest pro-
    ject, it is designed to provide ad-
    vance information on the Fair for
    those local residents who plan to
    visit the international attraction,"
    said Joseph M. Lipton, Dade Fed-
    eral president. "By securing this
    information in advance, prospec-
    tive visitors will have more ac-
    tual time to spend at the Fair."
    By ISABELLE GROVE
    Staff Writer
    "The Arab League has launch-
    ed a massive anti-semitic cam-
    paign of hatred in Latin America
    conducted with huge funds and a
    generous supply of all kinds of
    mass media resources," a noted
    expert on Latin American affairs
    teld the Greater Miami Chapter
    of the American Jewish Commit-
    tee on Monday evening at the Du-
    point Plaza Hotel.
    Speaking to the Executive Board
    and members of the Committee's
    Greater Miami Chapter, Dr. Abra-
    ham Monk, director of the Amer-
    ican Jewish Committee's Latin
    American Office in Buenos Aires,
    pointed out that the Arab effort
    sought to inflame the Arab com-
    munity in all nations there against
    Jews and also to spread anti-Jew-
    ish material to every major level
    of Latin American society.
    This was the first regular
    meeting of the newly-elected
    Executive Board headed by
    chapter president, Mrs. Charles
    Finkelstein. Mrs. Finkelstein
    gave a brief resume of the 57th
    national annual meeting of the
    American Jewish Committee re-
    cently held in New York City
    America had traditionally li'
    amicably with their Jewish nei.
    bora but that the new campa .
    introduced a divisive clem
    there. He added that the A:
    and then introduced Irving Seg- hate campaign included the in'
    al chairman of the local chap- duction of a new publicati
    ter's Latin Affairs Committee. "Nacion Arabe." in Argent,- =
    that is widely distributed and 1
    Dr. Monk pointed out that the, u|arly features anti-Semitic
    large Arab communities in Latin anti-Israel slurs.
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    Pnqe 1S-A
    * U^Utn^rH^i^ri
    Hebrew Academy Reelects Merwitzer
    To Serve Mew Term as President
    Louis Merwitzer was unanimous- 1964-63 school year at a me.!in-
    ly reelected to serve as president i ne|d Sunday morning,
    of the Hebrew Academy for the Merwitzer served as chairman
    of the Academy*! million dollar
    campaign for the new school
    building.
    Oscar Mamber, vice president
    and chairman of the Nominations
    Committee, presented the slate ol
    officer! and directors on behalf of
    the committee.
    Leonard Rosen will act I! chair
    i-.in of the Board of Directors
    and Maurice Rcvits. chairman oi
    the Executive Committee for the
    forthcoming, year.
    Officers elected to serve were
    Dr David S. Andron, Harm Genet.
    U 1 Binder, honor a rj life presi-
    dents; Morris Bienenfeld. Charles
    Fruchtman. Archie Greenbcrg.
    Jacob Kaufman, Marcie Liber-
    man. Raymond Rubin, and Wolfic
    Cohen, honorarj vice presidents
    Samuel Reinhard, ttrsl vice
    pre!ident: Charles Charcowsky.
    Joseph Coh?n. Irving Firtel. Alex-
    ander Moskovits. oscur Mamber,
    .i. Cob Cohen, Jacob Rifkin, and
    Louis Rudnick, vice presidents;
    Jerome Bienenfeld, treasurer;
    Dr. Matthev. Zuckcrman. assistai t
    treasurer: Zvi Berger. financial
    secretary; Benjamin AppcL audi-
    l0r Hyman Galbut. general sec-
    i.tary; .1 Jerry Schechter, cor-
    responding secretary.
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    Miami, Florida. Friday, May 15, 1964
    Section B -*

    lude Pepper, speaker at recent Florida Region of Ha-
    ceremonies, congratulates Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz upon
    ction as president.
    L6ng-Time Leader
    To Head Florida Unit
    braid P. Soltz, of Miami,
    K elected president of the
    t-egion of Hadassah. com
    nearly 10.000 members
    ^bapters. including Puerto

    Mr*.. Solt/ one of the youngest
    rfcer to assume the office.
    ^kd as president ol I he
    thorn Re'.:ion ol Junior Ihida-
    As a result "I her service
    received a Jewish Agency
    scholarship to attend a Summer
    in Israel Institute in \<):e
    Umbras founder president ol
    Kaomi Group of Iladassah.
    president ot the Miami Chap
    Hadassah. and ha- served
    the Florida Hcsion of Iladassah
    lor ,\er ten years. She serves
    as clu'.rman of the South Florida
    lonis* Youtli ('innmission and is
    mtly co-chairman of the
    em Zionist Youth I'ommis-
    which lovers nine slates
    ;. Solt/. helped originate and
    s an active member ul the Com
    for lamp Judaea in llen-
    inville, N.C.. supported by
    Hadassah and the Zionist Organi-
    zation Of America
    She ha- served as president ot
    District 5. B'nai B'rith Women,
    and is presently a vice president
    of Jewish \ ocational Service and
    a vice president of the Federation
    of Jewish Women's Organizations.
    Other officers elected to serve
    for the new year are vice presi-
    dents. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink,
    of Miami Beach; Mrs. Leonard
    Wolpe, of Miami; Mrs. Irving
    Wei-sman, of Tampa; Mrs. Buddy
    Lcvine, of Merritt Island; and
    Mrs. Morton Silherinan, 'of West
    Palm Beach.
    Mrs Marshall Kent, of Clear-
    water, is recording secretary;
    Mrs. Earl Brown, of Hollywood.
    corresponding secretary; Mrs.
    Jack Reznik. of Tampa, treasur-
    er; and Mrs. Avner Lewis. Or
    lando, parliamentarian.
    Elected delegates-aj-large are
    Mrs. Fred Jona oi Miami Beach;
    Urs Joseph Milton. Of Miami;
    Mis.- Marguerite Marx, ol Miami
    Beach; Mrs. Lester Wishnatzki, of
    Lakeland. Mrs Oscar Sindell. ol
    Ft. Lauderdale; and Mrs Hyman
    Roberts, of West Palm Bench
    Harmony Body
    Installs Ladies
    Newly-elected officers of Har-
    mony Chapter. B'nai B'rith Wom-
    en, were installed on Tuesday
    evening at the Dora! Beach Hotel.
    Mrs. Jeanne Feldman served as
    chairman ol the day
    In ceremonies conducted by Mrs,
    All red Reich, immediate past
    president BBW District 5, the fol-
    lowing officers were installed:
    Mrs. Jack Dernis, president:
    Mrs. Jack Cohen, Mrs. Yetta Ros-
    enkrantz, Mrs. Henrietta Fine.
    Mrs. George Ginsberg, vice presi-
    dents; Mrs. Florence Lederman.
    financial secretary
    Entertainment featured the liar
    monettes in an original skit writ-
    ten and directed by Mrs. Harvey
    Michaelson. Mrs. Abe Rosenthal
    and Mrs. Selwyn Willis.
    Mrs. Alvin Levenson receives the gavel of presidency of the
    Sisterhood of Temple Or Olom at tri-installation ceremonies
    from Mrs. William Seidman, outaoina presidpnt. Celebration
    also marked the installation of Temple and Brotherhood offi-
    cers, with Rabbi Samuel April officiating.
    downtown miami only
    ISABEL GRCVE
    .". Helen Sparber. of the
    H Hotel, leaving for Mem
    -^! p] Tenn and Bar Mitzvah of
    arid son Michael Sparber
    Enony and < .-lebration plan-
    B ni-xl weekend culminat
    with a 1 i-..! family dinner
    the Pea body Hotel in Mem
    R Son Of Dr. and Mrs.
    Hparber. the celebrant is
    >nior honor student gradual
    Byline Before return-
    : in the fall, Helen will
    a jaunt to New York
    lere she has many de-
    fends and lots of rela-
    f The glamorous grand
    is a vice president and
    ^nhership chairman ol the
    Home for the Aged,
    H*s Auxiliary, and can also
    Hited on to help whenever
    fteeded by the Hebrew
    Technion. Temple
    El Sisterhood. American
    (Congress and Iladassah
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    trip back home to the
    bast for Mr. and Mrs.
    rankel who were on tour
    live in California .
    jing from Israel, the Ar-
    Jiells, of 15870 NE 13th
    Mil stop off in Briarchff
    Manor. NY., to celebrate the
    Bar Mitzvah of their grasdson.
    Michael, son cf Dr. and Mrs
    Martin Knell The Knells and
    the Abe Ehrenreichs. of 16901 NE
    6th Ave.. who spent the Passover
    holidays together in Israel, are
    all active members of Beth
    Torah.
    Confirmation of granddaugh-
    ter Lisa Benson at Beth Sholom
    on Saturday has brought Mr
    and Mrs. Samuel Victorsohn
    from Bronxville, NY., for a
    stay at the Doral Daughter
    ol Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Benson.
    Lisa is a ninth made student at
    Nautilus Junior High ... Dr.
    Benson is pathologist and direc-
    tor of Laboratories at Mt. Sinai
    Hospital .
    Another confirmand, Adrianne
    Forrest Greene, also of Beth
    Sholom class 572-4. will be hap-
    pily surprised when favorite Un-
    cle Leonard Marshall arrives
    horn New York to celebrate the
    occasion with her He's the
    brother of Mrs. Jerome (Isabel)
    Greene Daughter of the
    Jerome Greenes, Adrienne will
    be graduating from Nautilus
    Continued on Page 6-B
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    AJCongress Women's Divisions Will
    Install Officers Jointly on Tuesday
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    Mrs. Irvine Kaplan will he chair- utive vice president \\tt
    man of the installation luncheon S. Cohen; corn -ponriin|
    "i Division, tary. Mrs Louis Kaplan ***
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    American Jewish Congress, on ing secretary. Isabels
    Tuesday noon at the Embers Res- financial secretary, \lr.
    taurant, ?oth: treasurer, Mrs
    Ceremony will be conducted by
    Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, director of
    Southeast Council. Cnion of
    t>'<
    American Hebrew Congregations.
    Jack I) Cordon, vice president.
    A.VC Southeastern Region; and a
    member of the Board of Public
    Instruction ol Dade County, will
    bring greetings Irom the national
    organisation.
    Following the installation, a
    musical program will be present-
    ed by thr Louise Wise Octet un-
    Baum.
    Miami, prei
    mer Janko. vice
    dames Victor R<
    un, Loan Gold:
    tary.
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    Mrs Mt|
    'its. ^
    "' lrv'" Mrs Jack Mack*,*
    cial secretary. Mrs |.Jac Jr
    berger: treasurei Mm Pjr'(
    Goldstein
    Justine, presidenl Un c
    Silvers; vice president!
    Royal Jonas. Mrs
    am Woft
    treasurer. Mr- Sam Leinw
    direction of Binah Bar- cording secretar
    At Greater Miami Auxiliary, Jewish Home for Cypen, parliamentarian; Mrs. MsJ?"b!fr;
    he Aged installation ceremonies are seated trustee; Mrs. Max Greenberq. trustee Mrs. Sol
    left to riaht) Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. vice Silvermcn. honorary president: Dr. teua
    oresident; Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, presi- Wohl, vice president and tiustee. and Mrs.
    dent. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Irving Tobias Sussman. vice president.
    Home Auxiliary Installs Officers
    Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
    ry, Jewish Home for ine Aged,
    held its installation luncheon Tues-
    ..> at the Algiers Hotel, when
    Mrs. Lawrence Silverman took
    the office of presidency for the
    : urth time.
    The new addition to the Jack
    Honor Certificate
    At Beth Kodesh
    Certificates of honor will be
    resented during closing exercises
    of Beth Kodesh Congregation He-
    brew and Susday schools to be held
    on Sunday at 10 a.m.
    Theme for the confirmation
    .. rcmony fo be held Sunday |
    evening at 8:15 p.m.. will be "A
    Tribute to Israel."
    Confirmands will receive certi-
    ficates and Bibles from Charles
    Hablow. congregation president.
    ..net Mrs. Joseph Rambam. Sister-
    hood president. .
    Chairman of the congregation's
    nnual picnic to be held on Sun-
    day, May 24. is Mack Libman.
    The all-day event at Crandon
    Park, pit 4. lot 2, will include
    athletic games and refreshments.
    Ablin Memorial Building at Doug-
    las Gardens was undertaken and
    completed (luring Mrs. Silverman's
    presidency in which the Greater
    Miami Women's Auxiliary has
    played a major role in raising
    funds. The Home is now able to
    accommodate 12."> additional resi-
    dents. A Hubbard Tank costing
    (11,000, used for physical therapy
    and installed in the Mollie and
    Sol Silverman Physical Therapy
    Boom, has already been paid for.
    In addition to completing the
    Auxiliary's pledge ol $35,000 i"
    ward the construction ol the new
    addition
    The Auxiliary's regular monthly
    contribution ol $1,000 toward the
    maintenance ol the Home, plus
    special contributions, such ..- eye
    medical services lo residents,
    monthly birthday and special hol-
    iday parties, tickets for concerts
    and opera performances at the
    Miami Beach Auditorium, and an-
    nual boat rides, are all services
    rendered by the Women's Auxil-
    iary under the guidance and lead-
    i1 ship of tiie president and the
    various pro-ram chairmen.
    der the
    i.iti
    Women's Division slate is head-
    ,..l b> Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer.
    president for a second term; vice
    presidents, Mesdames Jack Sha-
    piro. Irving Kaplan. Leon Stein
    berg and sain Penchansky. re-
    cording secretary. Mrs. Gertrude
    Mogul; corresponding secretary;
    Mrs Jeanette stern; treasurer,
    Mrs Benjamin Kamcn
    Officers ol the four chapters of
    I hi Women's Division are
    Blscaym president, Mrs Leon
    .id Sidersky; vice presidents.
    Mesdaines Sj Reese, William
    Brown; recording secretary, Mrs
    .Urry Dudell; corresponding secre-
    tary. Ruth Lecinson; parliamen-
    tarian, Mrs Albert Zuekerman.
    Louise Wise, prestuent, Mr-.
    Joseph Albuquerque vice presi-
    dents, Mesdames Louis Cohen.
    M^ Sam RMl
    Anne Frank Unit
    Elects Officers
    Installation ol office
    B nai B'nih Women, Anne Fran
    Chapter 1042. will he held at,
    luncheon Tuesdaj noon at .
    EVerglades Hotel
    Incoming exi cutivi
    1964-1965, are Mesdamei -
    Sanders, president. Harry K!:
    man. Female Srebremk, Mm
    Greenherg. Moe Miller
    ulonts: Jack Talles,
    Mary Siegendorf Ann AldM
    Abe Levine, secretaries; Haiti
    Feinberg, historian; Alired \Ut|
    guardian; Ben Fnedenn, s*nlii [
    Tena Katz. parliamentarian; D|
    id Shwiller, couiueiar; Lroocnl
    Curtice. Abe Katz, Jerome Lt;r I
    Sain Herder. Joseph White; exec- trustees.
    NEW f/tom KRAFT
    WHIPPED CREAM CHEESES TH1T SPREAD LIKE 1
    THE
    Hospital Gets Radios
    Veterans Hospital in Coral
    i;ahlrs has received two radios
    donated by Mrs. Freda Cohen and
    Mrs. FlOra Rifkind through the
    Ladies" Auxiliary of the Henry H.
    Cohen-Surfside Bay Harbor Post
    723 in memory of Henry liersh.
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    ism."
    Jewish War Veterans Post and 1828 Alton Rd.. on Thursday even Winner will receive a plaque.
    Auxiliary 330 of Miami Beach will ln8. -^ay 21. Chairman lor the post is Irv
    present a bejiefit card party lor Award will y'+o the winner of iiK Couperman. .Mrs. Minn
    Mesivta Hiyh School Scholarship an essay contest sponsored by the Hopen is chairman of the functn
    Fund at American Legion Hall, post and auxiliary, "My Twofold for the auxiliary.
    MRS. WAtWt fALK
    Beth David Ladies
    In Chai Luncheon
    Some 250 women attended the
    lleth ^David Sisterhood Chai don-
    or luncheon recently in the Fon-
    taine Room of the Fontainebleau
    Hotel.
    "How Beautiful Our Heritage
    My Cup Runneth Over" was theme
    for the day. English bone china
    upa and saucers were given each
    guest
    Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiri-
    tual leader of Belh David, was
    ^uest speaker.
    Musical entertainment complet-
    ed the afternoon's program.
    Donor Luncheon Committee was
    leaded by chairman. Mrs. Morris
    Rabinow itz. Co-chairman w a s
    rs. Walter Falk; secretary, Mrs.
    urray Marcus. Members of the
    .committee were Mrs. Harry Zuck-
    erm jr.. Mrs. Herman Goodman.
    ilrs. John Strunin. Mrs. Seymour
    apian, Mrs. Max Rosing and
    irs. Murray Dacks.
    Mrs. Louis Seitlin is Sisterhood
    resident.
    ms. monfiis RABiNowni
    Donor Luncheon Wednesday
    Joint installation and donor
    luncheon for Greater Miami Chap-
    ter of Children's Asthma Research
    Institute and Hospital at Denver
    is slated for Wednesday noon at
    the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Stephen
    Contos is incoming president, suc-
    ceeding Mrs. Lena Weiner
    :ial Singles Dance
    A night club show and dancing
    Fto a live band will be included in
    'the affair on Saturday night at
    the Shelborne Hotel sponsored by
    Tl'nai B'rith Social Singles.
    Bonnie Cypen
    Stars in Musical
    A musical production of Cin-
    derella will star Bonnie Cypen in
    the leading role, Michael Ziegler
    as the prince, and Fran Belous in
    the part of the fairy godmother
    on Tuesday.
    Presented by the Academy of
    ] Drama and Modeling for the North
    1 Beach Elementary PTA, the two-
    ' act. four-scene production will be
    performed at 4 and 7:30 p.m., in
    the school auditorium.
    Directed by Jay W. Jensen with
    | a cast of 30, Trudy Chandler is
    producer and Perry Lee Amazon,
    music director. Specialty num.
    jbers include vocals, dancing and
    I baton twirling.
    Cast in supporting leads are
    ; Jane Cook, Lee Rosenhouse, Bon-
    ! nie Ziegler, Pearl Gross, Diana
    ; Mazel, Cathy Goldstein, Lauren
    , Grossman, Sindy Harris, David
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    0 .Each year as we observe Sha-1
    SUOth, the festival that ended the
    weeks of the spring grain harvest
    in ancient Eretz Yisroel, we cele-
    brate the giving of the Torah on ;
    Ht Sinai, and we read the Book
    Of Ruth, so much of which is a I
    beautiful word-painting of the har-
    vest of Biblical days. We fill our |
    synagogues and homes with love-:
    ly green plants, and throughout
    the holiday we eat dairy foods, a
    custom so ancient that no one
    knows the real reason for it. Our i
    Jewish people throughout the
    world have many different dishes
    Which they feature at this time.
    Since this is such a festive oc-
    casion, the "milchig" foods pre-
    pared are the one we consider
    our finest, and from among them
    we can select many delightful com-
    binations with which to vary our ,
    menus.
    For this Shavuoth. our choices
    were suggested by favorites of
    Jewish families from different
    European countries. French in
    in is the puree, delicate in
    flavor yet of so beautiful a color
    it is properly called "Golden."
    additional richness we can
    make it with half-and-half as the
    recip su esti This 1- a fairly
    thick soup, and can be thinned
    with additional milk if desired.
    Our "Golden Puree" is equally
    good hot or cold.
    Gcfilte fish is prepared in so
    many ways that a whole chapter'
    could be devoted just to describ-
    ing them. For this meal we have
    a loaf, less familiar to us than
    the customary balls, but unusual-
    ly delicious with its addition of
    butter and almonds. Like the
    soup, this loaf is equally good hot
    or cold. It can be served as an
    appetiser, or as part of the main
    course as suggested in the menu.
    Instead of our customary cheese
    blintzes or kugel we have Cheese
    Stuffed Peppers, a specialty of the
    Bulgarian cuisine. The cooking of
    the Jewish people of Bulgaria
    was considered truly superior.
    The entire menu is particularly
    appropriate for this year, when
    shavuoth begins on a Saturday
    evening. Most of the meal can
    C loked well in advance and
    served cold. However, ii we wish
    to have this meal for Sunday
    evening, the food could all be
    thai day and served hoi.
    A Menu for Shavuoth
    Wine for Klddush Twii
    Small bowls of honey
    Golden puree (Cream of carrot
    and potato soup)
    Cefilte fish loaf
    Cheese stuffed peppers
    Asparaj
    Tossed salad of lettuce,
    scalllons and cucumbers
    Fresh strawberries and
    pineapple cup
    Cookies or Sponge Cake
    Coffee or Tea
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    Golden Puree (Cream of
    Carrot and Potato Soup)
    1 tablespoon butter
    1 large onion, minced
    2 large potatoes, peeled and
    diced
    2 large carrots, peeled and
    diced
    1-4 teaspoon white pepper
    IV4 cups water
    M teaspoon salt
    2 cups hot milk or half-and-half
    1 tablespoon chicken flavored
    instant parve soup mix
    Paprika to garnish
    In a 4-quart saucepan melt the
    butter over medium heat, add the
    onion, and cook until transparent
    but not browned. Add the pota-
    toes, carrots, water, and salt.
    bring to a boil, then cook, cover
    cd. until very tender Press
    through a sieve or food mill, or
    puree In a blender Return to
    the saucepan, and add the milk
    11 hal
    tl e pi p 11 r sit until verj
    but do nol boil. 1 sh
    more -alt and |
    Serve tl
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    rnish. Tt
    Use the half-and-half if an extra-
    rich puree is. desired.
    Gefilte Fish Loaf
    2 lbs. filleted mixed lish
    1 large onion, peeled
    1 2 eup blanched almonds
    1 tablespoon very soft butter
    2 tablespoons matzo meal
    2 tablespoons sugar
    1 teaspoon salt
    1 8 teaspoon black pepper
    2 egss
    1 2 cup water
    Select a mixture of fat and lean
    fish such as pike, whitefish, and,
    trout or carp. Remove the skin.
    as well as the bones, and;
    have the fish weighed after it is
    filleted. Put the fish, onion, and
    almonds through a food grinder
    twice, using the medium blade.
    Work in the butter. Add the mat-
    zo meal, sugar, salt, pepper, and'
    eggs, and beat until thoroughly
    blended. Gradually stir in the
    water. Grease a 9 x 5 x 3 inch
    loaf pan well, and coat it evenly
    with additional matzo meal. Pour
    in the fish mixture, and bake at
    350 degs F about one hour and
    a quarter, until firm and lightly
    browned, it the loaf is died to
    the top, place a -hallow pan un-
    ,,- .1 little of the li-
    quid maj cook over I'nmold,
    and serve either hot or chilled,
    u.i into slices \s a mam dish,
    allow two slue- for each por-

    Cheese Stuffed Peppers
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    2 eggs
    1 lb. creamed cor;,. Qh
    1 tablespoon mine* ],r,|
    1 teaspoon salt
    1/4 teaspoon bla pper
    1 2 cup thorough)) .r;ned a.
    ned tomato, cut mall
    Dairy sour crean;
    Cut the peppers ,
    wise, remove all :.. .^ '
    stem, and the whit, nomhr'a
    Put the shells int. boS^S
    and boil hard for e ^
    Drain at once and ex 1 in ,
    LDg bowl soak the | read in
    milk until soft, then mash
    smooth. Cook the onion m \
    tablespoons of the butter until mi
    but not brown. Add the brew
    Add the eggs and beal until blend-
    ed. Press the cheese throng;! 1
    sieve into the bn,,d mixture
    then add the parsley -alt p^.'
    and tomato. Beat until ihoront
    ly blended and fill the ju.pl
    shells with the mixture, in j
    shallow greased baking dish place
    the shells side by .,. an(j cj0 together. Dot the rface
    filling with the r. .- h.-,-
    Carefully pour watt r nto the fcn
    torn of the di-h to .], del
    I 4 inch. Do nol the
    touch the surface 1 the
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    Florida Branch of National
    V, omen's League of the United
    lagogue of America held its
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    at the Hollywood Beach Hotel in
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    activities, was national speaker
    and consultant at the conference.
    National Women's League is the
    parent organization of Conserva-
    tive Sisterhoods throughout the
    I'nited States and Canada.
    Mrs. Arthur J. Brown, confer-
    ence chairman, said that 125 dele-
    gates represented the 28 Sister-
    hoods in the State of Florida and
    Puerto Rico affiliated with Florida
    Branch.
    Mrs. Seymour Mann, conference
    vice chairman in charge of work-
    shops, said that activity chairmen
    held round-table seminars on all
    Sisterhood activities on Tuesday.
    Installation dinner Tuesday
    evening was in honor of incoming
    officers for Florida Branch Mr-.
    Harold Hivkind. Florida Branch
    and National board member took
    part in the installation ceremony
    along with Rabbi Norman N, Sha-
    piro, Of Beth David Congre
    Miami.
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    Sinai, Hollywood; Morion
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    id; Allen Rutchik, director,
    Southea-t Region, United Syna-
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    shitz. Beth Torah Congrei
    No. Miami Beach; Simon April.
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    Friday. May 15. 1964
    -Jew 1st noric/ian
    m
    :ederation of Jewish Women Elects
    Irs. Irving Lehrman as President
    Page 5-B
    Mrs. Irving Lehrman has been
    om mated to serve as president
    the Federation of Jewish
    omen for the coming year, it
    as announced by Mrs. Sidney
    Irandeis Women
    Ian Installation
    Louis D. Brandeis Women's Club
    having an open installation of
    Officers on Saturday, 7:30 p.m.,
    the Lyceum. 25 Washington
    ve. Arthur Burrell will be in-
    allation chairman and master ol
    n monies for the evening.
    Next project Of the club will be
    sponsor a "Volemetron," an all-
    ansistorized automatic instru-
    ent for determining blood vol-
    |me, for the Pathology Depart-
    ent of Variety Children's Hos-
    tal.
    William Taylor, administrator
    Variety Children's Hospital,
    d Mrs. Taylor, Dr. Michael
    vilacqua ar.d Dr. Edward Blum
    11 be honored guests.
    A program of musical entcrtain-
    *nt will be presented, and rc-
    eshments will be served.
    Slate of officers to be installed
    headed by Mrs. Mary Schuldin-
    president; Mrs. Emanuel Sett-
    ick, vice president; Mrs. Lena
    jyoda, trea-jrer; Mrs. William
    ierman, recording secretary;
    |rs. Celia baacs, corresponding
    ecretary, pro-tern; Mrs. Arthur
    t-urrell, chaplain.
    Also Mrs. Philip Loeb, sunshine;
    HBrs. Nat Friedman, publicity;
    trt. Hannah Leavy, telephone;
    fvlrs. Faye Sateberg, board chair-
    man; Mrs. Wolfe Gewanter, hos-
    Hitality; Mr:.. Gert Susskind, card
    pj-rty; Mrs. Frieda Dickens,
    wards chairman.
    Lewis, chairman of the Nominat-
    ing Committee.
    In addition to Mrs. Lehrman,
    whose husband is the 1964 Cam-
    bined Jewish Appeal campaign
    chairman, the following slate has
    been selected:
    Vice presidents, Mrs. Charles P.
    Feinberg. Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Mrs.
    Milton Green and Mrs. Alfred
    ; Reich; recording secretary, Mrs.
    | Trudy Hamerschlag; correspond-
    ing secretary, Mrs. Sol Silver-
    man; and parliamentarian, Mrs.
    Sidney Lewis.
    Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz will pre-
    side at the annual installation
    luncheon of the Federation of
    Jewish Women, which will take
    place at the Carillon Hotel, Silver
    Chimes Room, on Thursday, June
    4, at noon.
    Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, cur-
    rent president of the Federation
    cf Jewish Women, announced that
    in addition to the installation, a
    highlight of the luncheon will be
    a special program in tribute to
    Phi Sigs Meet Here for National
    luncheon are Mrs. Sol Goldstein,
    program chairman, Mrs. Larry
    presidents of The Jewish'women's I Friedland. arrangements chair-
    organizations of Greater Miami. I man; and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman,
    Helping to plan the installation attendance chairman.
    Fraternity women from all parts
    of the United States will assem-
    ble beginning Thursday, May 13,
    through May 16 as the National
    Executive Board of Phi Sigma
    Sigma Sorority meets at the Al-
    giers Hotel.
    The assemblage will be presid-
    ed over by national president, Dr.
    Florence Denmark, New York
    City. Other Supreme Council
    members attending are first
    grand vice president, Mrs. Robert
    Rosen, Miami; second grand vice
    president, Mrs. Howard Olansky,
    Los Angeles; third grand vice
    president, Mrs. Paul Kaplan, Seat-
    tle, Wash.
    National secrctaary, Mrs. Jos-
    eph Klein. Coral Gables; execu-
    tive secretary, Mrs. George Per-
    ctzman, Worcester, Mass.; na-
    tional treasurer, Mrs. Nathan
    Garf inkle, Philadelphia; national
    l'anhellenic Council delegate,
    Mrs. Arthur Markowitz, York, Pa.;
    and national field secretary. Miss
    Claire Hirsch, San Francisco.
    Local members present are Mrs.
    Victor Reitcr, Coral Gables, na-
    tional philanthropy chairman;
    Mrs. Jerome Adelman, Miami, Na-
    tional Housing Committee; Miss
    Audrey Borok, Pcrrine, Greater
    Miami Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae
    president; Miss Barbara Kulick,
    North Miami, division presi-
    dent; and Mrs. Marvin Lewis,
    South Miami, National Philan-
    thropy Committee.
    The annual gathering will con-
    elude on Sunday with a luncheon
    for national and local Phi Sig*.
    The program will be given by
    Beta Theta Active Chapter of Phi
    Sigma Sigma.
    Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority cele-
    brated its 15th year of existence
    in 1963. The next national conr
    vention will be held during the
    latter part of June at the Ameri-
    cana Hotel.
    Or Olom Will
    Meet Officers
    Temple Or Olom Sisterhood's
    "New Look for "64-'65" is the title
    of a program to be presented at
    the May 21 monthly Sisterhood
    meeting at Temple Or Olom at
    8:30 p.m.
    Mrs. Al Solo, program chairman
    for the new year, said that new
    officers and elected board mem-
    bers of Sisterhood will be pre-
    sented.
    Charm Students
    In Fashion Show
    I Edith Zipp will present her
    chu;m and molding students in a
    B^shion show and graduation exer-
    cises to be held on Sunday even-
    feg, 8 p.in ir. the Grand Ball-
    Bm of King's Bay Yacht and
    Ban-dry Club.
    ^Students wno will receive their
    Hinmr Mode! and Professional
    lie. i'l di|>!,)!-:.. will participate in
    B_ *'>'!'' sh The Juniors will
    oi:i'l Ci-- riginals from the
    B^ti.c Jacl i Shop in Coco-
    lit Gro\e 1'ivles- iniial mod-
    will -: couturier ori-
    i. is l>\ Mr Mac, of the Pin-
    ^shion. day and evening wear
    m Doling -. and sportswear
    m Tiki, a Dadeland. Purs
    II be from the Adrian Thai col-
    etion, and coiffures will be de-
    jned b> J :;.ildi.
    [A trophy -.ill be awarded to
    "Model or the Year." During
    lie fashion sh.v.v. a panel of judges
    Mil determine the recipient.
    Hldges are J. Baldi, Mrs. Richard
    fink, Jack Koioed, Dr. George
    ehallis. Hark Meyer, and Adrian
    Proceeds to Aid
    Asthma Center
    Entire proceeds from the auc-
    tion sponsored by Knights of
    Bythian Lodge and Pythian Sisters
    Bern pie will be donated to the new
    Asthmatic Treatment Center be-
    ing built a' tilh Ave. and 168th
    St
    To be held on Saturday evening
    B North Miami Beach City Hall
    Buditorium. trooi NE 19th Ave.,
    dmission to the auction is free.
    Chairman of the Child Welfare
    Bmmittee U Marvin Berman.
    Serving with him are Paul Weber
    Bad Ann Blumenthal.
    fir. Kaplan is Speaker
    Miami Beach Dental Society
    Bet Monday at Chandler's Restau-
    Bint for cocktails and dinner
    Starting at 62) p.m. Dr. Sherman
    Kaplan spoke on "A Way of Life."
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    Page 6-B
    * Jewls* ffrridicuri
    Friday, Ma
    J^ccialife ... t>y Isabel C^i
    y 's. 19*
    Chapter presidents of the Southeastern Florida
    Reqion of Women's American ORT are seated
    left to right* Mrs. Mac Mennel, South Miami
    Chapter; Mrs. Irving Brown, North Dade, Mrs.
    -ouis Baron, region; Mrs. Ira Weiner, Bis-
    cayne; Mrs. Fred Bill, Southwest. Standing
    left to right' are Mrs. Paul Wilson, Bay; Mrs.
    Sigmund Kurz. Hollywood; Mrs. Max Schemer,
    Coral Gables; Mrs. Henrietta Bolotin, Greatei
    Miami; Mrs. Sy Kronish, Greynolds Park. Pres-
    idents not shown are Mrs. Irving Greene,
    North Miami; Mrs. Leo Gross, Islanders Mrs.
    Lou Jacobson, Miami Beach Afternoon; Mrs.
    Ethel Sadowskv, Business and Professional.
    Officers of the Southeastern Florida Region of
    .Vomen's American ORT are seated (left to
    .ight) Mrs. Henry Gilbert, vice president; Mrs.
    Max Aarons, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
    Alar. Tannen, vice president; Mrs. Louis
    3aron, president; Mrs. William Fishman, chair-
    man of the Executive Committee; Mrs. Flor-
    ence Kupperman, vice president. Standing
    (left to right) are Mrs. Richard Greenbaum,
    vice president; Mrs. Harold Schneider, treas-
    urer,- Mrs. Daniel Stemlicht, financial secre-
    tary; Mrs. Jack Fils, vice president; Mrs. Mark
    Cirlin, parliamentarian; Mrs. Harry Brown, re-
    cording secretary. Not shov/n is Mrs. Sey-
    mour Goldstein, vice president.
    ORT Region Will Install Officers
    Around the World with ORT'
    will be the theme of the installa-
    tion luncheon of the Southeastern
    Florida Region of Women's Amer-
    can ORT and 12 of its chapters on
    Tuesday noon at the Dupont Plaza
    Hotel.
    Mrs Richard Greenbaum, region
    \ ce president, is chairman of the
    ijr, ;ind Mrs Mark Cirlin is co-
    1: man Dr Irving Lehrman
    ill '-ive the invocation and do
    r e installing
    Mrs. Louis Baron, president.
    . .11 review the past year's activi-
    ties, and Mrs. Joseph Wilkes will
    lease the outgoing officers.
    Region officers to be installed
    8 president. Mrs Louis Baron;
    executive committee chairman,
    Mrs. William Fishman; vice presi-
    dents, Mrs. Jack Fils, Mrs. Hen-
    ry Gilbert, Mrs. Seymour GoRI-
    stein, Mrs. Richard Greenbaum,
    Mrs. Florence Kupperman and
    Mrs. Alan Tannen; treasurer, Mrs.
    Harold Schneider; financial secre-
    tary, Mrs. Daniel Stemlicht; re-
    cording secretary, Mrs. Harry
    Brown; corresponding secretary.
    Mrs, Max Aarons; parliamentar
    ian, Mrs. Mark Cirlin.
    Chapter presidents to be install
    ed are Bay Chapter, Mrs Paul
    Wilson; Biscayne, Mrs. Ira Wein-
    it; Coral Gables, Mrs. Max
    Schemer; Greater Miami, Mrs
    Henrietta Bolotin; Greynolds Park.
    Mrs. Sy Kronish; Hollywood. Mrs
    Sigmund Kurz: Islanders, Mrs.
    Leo Gross; Miami Beach After
    noon, Mrs. Lou Jacobson: North
    Dadc, Mrs. Irving Broun; North
    Miami; Mrs. Lrving Greene;
    South Miami. Mrs. Mac Mermel;
    Southwest. Mrs. Fred Bill
    Business and Professional chap
    tcr will lnve its own installation.
    DPhiE Alumnae
    Will Install
    Alumnae of Delta Phi Fpsilnn
    Sorority will hold an installation
    luncheon at the Cafe Jardm
    Suisse on Saturday noon
    The group will" then attend a
    comedy. -Make a Million." at the
    Miami Beach Playhouse
    In charge of reservations arc
    Beverly Roseman and Roberta
    Kaise.
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    junior High in June Outside
    recreations in addition t" piaj
    )ng the piano are tennis and
    swimming
    *
    \ 75th birthdaj for Louis Plaks
    celebrated lasl Saturdaj with a
    party for 90 guests a) the Shel
    Hotel Site oi the lev
    as dictated by senti-
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    tiic Shelborne was Pinks' Hrtt
    dour, herethe Diplomat is his
    latest The celebranl and his
    wife, Rebecca, of 102 NW 195th
    St came h< re irom Philadel-
    phia in 1339 and have all four
    children and five grandchildren
    righl here with them There's
    s other son Philip and wife Helene
    Plaks, daughter Mildred, now
    Mrs Sam Namoth, and daughter
    husband Morris Por
    il 11 illy 1 I la Here
    for casioti Louis'
    brotl New
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    il i r set
    thi mselves
    .
    Rivei
    rove k
    Memorial Chap,;. ;.,, ..
    ting better in |y
    da) now
    again
    that
    Florence Kupperi
    the days until shi
    Long .-land t<> atte
    ding of niece
    will marry Dr ?i:,
    on May l>:i Bj
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    pretty auburn bee h
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    Page 7-B
    Mollie Kahaner
    Donor Brunch
    A total of 110 women will be hon-
    ored at the annual donor brunch
    icld at the Carillon Hotel on May
    20, at 10 a.m., by the Mollie Ka
    hr.ner Sisterhood of Beth Torah
    Congregation.
    Of the 31 women who will re-
    ceive charms and diamonds tor
    their outstanding work throughout
    the year in fund-raising, one wom-
    an will be selected as Donor
    Queen.
    The woman given the honor of
    Donor Queen has raised the larg-
    est amount of money of any in-
    dividual in the Sisterhood.
    Guests for the day will include
    Kabbi and Mrs. Max A. Lipschitz.
    Dill Bernardi, comedian, will en-
    tertain.
    HI smiles over mounting reservations for the Hadassah Israel
    Hpeet Sixteen luncheon at the Dowl Beach Hotel on June 1
    JKe (left to right) Mrs. Fred Jonas, co-chairman of the affair,
    Ot which Mrs. Harry Platoff will receive the Henrietta Szold
    farael Award; Mrs. Platoff; Mrs. Nat Barth, president of the
    sponsoring Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas3ah; and Miss Lil-
    lian Goodman, past chapter president and co-chairman of the
    community-wide luncheon.
    Women's Leaders Honorary Patrons
    Of Hadassah Israel Sweet Sixteen Lunch
    Eleven dl Creator Miami's fore-
    most u(imcn leaders, past presi-
    dents el ( ither the Miami Beach
    Qtepter ni Hadassah or of the
    Greater Miami Chapter which pre-
    ceded Us establishment, Wednes-
    day were named honorary patrons
    of the Hadassah Israel Sweet Six-
    teen luncheon which will be held
    Jude 1 at the Dora I Beach Hotel.
    ^Mdsc designated for the high
    boner are the Mesdames Max
    Dobrn Abe Goodman. Alex
    Kogen.- Sol 11. Leslie, Arnold Ferl.
    stein, Samuel Z. Sakrais, Sum
    SinMOhoti. Joseph Shapiro. Oscar
    S. ttndell. Milton Sirkin and Har-
    old Spaet
    In making the announcement,
    MiSS Lillian Goodman and Mrs.
    Fred Jonas, chairmen of the
    luncheon at which Mrs. Harry
    Platoff will receive the Henrietta
    Saotd Israel Award, pointed out
    that "flie Platoff served 11 ad a-
    sen *xu\ Israel with distinction in
    the*eainies of each of these dis-
    tinguished paton presidents"
    Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
    reeien n of the Women's Division
    of the Greater Miami Committee
    far Stall ol Israel Bonds, and Mrs.
    DofSthy Krieuer Fink, chairman
    ol last year's nationally acclaimed
    Israel 15th Anniversary luncheon,
    were designated honorary chair-
    men for the June 1 affair. They
    will work closely with Mrs. Nat
    Barth, president of the sponsoring
    Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah.
    During the week, each of the
    13 group presidents and their key
    ollicers and committee chairmen
    met with Miss Goodman and Mrs.
    Jonas at plenary sessions held in
    the Israel Bond office.
    It was decided that each of the
    presidents will present a special,
    engraved folio to Mrs. Platoff, in-
    eluding the signatures of all group
    officers and key members, as a
    special tribute to the Henrietta
    Szold Israel Award designee.
    Also announced was the addition
    of Joey Adams, distinguished com-
    edian, actor and author, to the
    program for the luncheon. Adams,
    a frequent visitor to Israel, is
    president of the American Guild
    of Variety Artists.
    Israel Consul General Zeev Z.
    Dover will bid farewell to the
    Greater Miami Jewish community
    at the luncheon. He will repre-
    sent his government in the pres-
    entation to Mrs Platoff of the
    high honor.
    Senior Citizens
    Conference Here
    New president of Senior Citizens
    Association of Miami Beach. Theo-
    dore A. Heller, was installed on
    Wednesday, Apr. 29, at the Algiers j
    Hotel.
    Serving on the Executive Board
    are Mrs. Max Thursten, Mrs. Amy
    Haber, and honorary life presi-
    dent. Mrs, Joe Mintzes, vice pres-
    idents; Mrs. Harry Austrian. Mrs.
    Yctta Stempel. Mrs. Hanna Spiro,
    secretaries; Judge H. A. Kamp.
    legal advisor; Dr. S. J. Lerner.
    blood chairman; Max D. Gold-
    hagen. membership chairman;
    Dr. James Austin, chairman ot
    the board; Mrs. Ann Shuster. sec-
    retary to the board.
    Trustees are Mrs. Max Gold
    hagen, Harry Austrian, Harry
    Stempel; welfare chairmen, Ted
    Cohen. Walter Lebowitz; Sunshine
    Committee. Phillip Moll; Re-
    freshments Committee chairmen.
    Mrs. Phillip Moll, Mrs. Al Laufrau-
    ben, Mrs. Anna Fox; Grievance
    Committee, Mrs. Mary Haber;
    sergeant-at-arms, Al Spiro; Civic
    I Committee. Mrs. Joe Mintzes.
    Board members are Joseph liar.
    golies. Joseph Mintzes. Abraham
    Glass, Ben Cohen and Mesdames
    Bettie Kordon, Bella GrusbJca,
    Sara Eisenberg, Frances Seiden.
    Sony a Cohen, F. Plutzer. Ann
    Goldstein. Becky Roth. Sophie
    Simon, Amy Haber.
    Women of the Donor Committee of Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
    are (left to right) Mesdames Carl Zwerner, donor chairman
    Ronald Friedel, donor chairman; Stanley Stein, president
    Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood; and George Goodman, vice pres
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    Lebediker Branch
    Will Celebrate
    Israel Anniversary
    Israel Independence Day cole
    bration and installation of new ol-
    licers is planned for Saturday.
    May 23, 8 p.m., at the DiLido
    Hotel by the Lebediker Branch
    of Farband.
    In addition to refreshments, wine
    and delicacies will be at each
    table. A special candlelighting
    ceremony coming at each table
    will mark the 16th Israel independ-
    ence event. Guest artists will in-
    clude Michl Gibson, Joyce Farber
    and Esther Barrett. Community
    singing will be conducted by Ben
    Yomen. of the Temple Emanu-EI
    staff.
    New officers to be installed are
    Joseph P. Zuckerman. president;
    Oscar Shapiro, vice president;
    Solomon Parness. financial secre-
    tary'; Jacob Fraydman, recording
    secretary; Dorothy Shwartz, co-
    ordinator; Abraham Warshau, his-
    torian; Ely Malin. treasurer;
    Radial Parness. social secretary;
    Simon Tettenbaum, membership
    chairman; Anna Warshau. Israel
    Bond chairman; Leon April and
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    Women
    Hollo Dolly'" is top hit on Broadway but it's 'Hello
    Dolly Scheinberg" who is the top hit on Bay Heights Dr..
    Coral Gables. Dolly Scheinberg was born in New York
    City, but came to Miami when she was live. A little ter-
    ror, she was always interested in any form of the arts.
    She took singing lessons at the Miami Conservatory of
    Music, and used to perform at the never to-be-forgotten tea
    dances in the Roney Plaza Gar-
    dens. During high school, Dolly
    worked for the Fleischer Studio.
    She was the voice of Raggedy Ann
    in the cartoons.
    Peritz. her future husband, was
    a dear friend of her brother's,
    also their newspaper boy. Dolly
    and Peritz got married while
    Peritz was a sophomore in medi-
    cal school, and Dolly went to At-
    lanta with him, where she work-
    ed in the Third Air Service Com-
    mand and then the Finance Divi-
    sion of the government. Peritz
    graduated and served in the Paci-
    fic while Dolly went back to New-
    York to Barnhard College, where
    she studied social sciences.
    She still felt like a part of his life because his letters
    were so vivid. When Peritz returned from the Pacific, they
    moved to Atlanta and then to Durham for three years, where
    he was instructor of medicine at Duke University. It was
    here that their two sons were bornPhilip and Richard,
    the Scheinbergs lived. She became active in National
    pected and unavoidable. Peritz was recalled to active
    duty in the Navy, and the whole family went along with
    him to the Chelsea Hospital Naval Base. It was right
    across from Boston, where Dolly took lessons in painting.
    On returning to Miami to live. Dolly became involved
    in community work, as she had in the other places where
    the Shheinbergs lived. She became active in National
    Council of Jewish Women and American Jewish Commit-
    tee. She took courses at the University of Miami. But
    she was beginning to feel unhappy and bored. All her
    life. Dolly bad be?n interested in the fine cultural things,
    so she decided to go into business since there seemed to
    be a lack of artistic things for sale here. Her Coconut
    Grove shop, which she has with a pander, is now a sou-
    time job. She and her partner take turns buying, and
    they enjoy the unusual art work and the new artists that
    they seek out.
    The Scheinbergs have a most unusual home life. Due
    to Peritz's international professional reputation, they
    have many guests from all over the world. Dolly's new
    venture into the world of art has included many fascinat-
    ing people so that the combination of the guests makes
    lor interesting evenings.
    The whole family has an active life. They attend the
    operas, concerts and play tennis together. They also go
    on trips together. Dolly says that they really enjoy being
    with their children. They like them as people and include
    them in all their plans.
    Hello Dolly" is a smash hit on Broadway. Just as
    "Hello Dolly Scheinberg" is a smash hit in her home, in
    her shop and the community
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    ;!k. [ate evening nuptials Kabbi
    \, rman N. Shapiro officiated
    Parents ol the newlyweds
    Mr and Mrs. Samuel Miller, so N.
    prospect Dr and Mr. and Mrs
    Mack Freid of Temple Ten
    F0r the wedding the bride
    a Kown "i silk taffeta with scoop
    neckline and point-on-hand sleeves.
    The bodice was enhanced with ap-
    plique lace extending down the
    front of the bell-shaped skirt which
    had an aisle wide detachable train.
    Mrs. Mel Brazer. the bride 9 sis-
    ter served as matron of honor.
    and other attendants included
    Mrs Karl Preusse, Mrs, Al Cop-
    Ian, Joyce May. Susan Kriscl,
    Linda Field, and Barbara Mosko-
    vitz.
    The bridegroom's brother. Nor-
    man Freid. was best man. and
    ushers were Steve Miller. Mel
    Brazer. Al Rothfedder, Butch
    Wynne. Ira Wcinstcin and Larry
    Freid.
    New Mrs. Freid graduated trom
    Hillside High School in Now Jer-
    sey, and attended Harcum Junior
    College, Bryn Mawr. Pa.. Jack-
    sonville University and the I Di-
    versity of Florida
    Her husband, a clinical psvcho
    logist at G. Pierce Wood Mem-
    orial Hospital in Arcadia. Flu is
    'V is u,
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    MRS. JOfL WHO
    an alumnus ol Hillsborough High
    in Tampa. He earned a BA dc-
    grec at Emory University and a
    Master's In psychology at the
    University of North Carolina. His
    fraternity is Tau Bpsilon Phi.
    Following a honeymoon in Ja-
    maica, the newlyweds will live in
    port Charlotte, Fla.
    Garfur.kels Tell
    Dava's Betrothal
    Mr and Mrs Sam Garfunkel,
    8951 Abbott Ave Surfside, an
    i.i uncc tin- engagement o! their
    hter, Dava Louise, to Michael
    A Lipsky,
    Mr. Lipsky is the son of Mrs
    Edna Woikowsky and Mr Joe Z.
    Lipsky, oi Miami Beach.
    Mis- Garfunkel is a graduate of
    Miami Beac'd Senior High and at-
    i, nded the University of Florida.
    i he future groom i- graduate
    ol the University Of Florida Law
    School and practices In Miami He
    i- lh- grandson of pioneer Ml-
    amians, M- Freda Woikowsky
    and the late Iki- Woikowsky.
    \ September wedding is plan-
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    inst evonirtg don
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    Drosts Reveal
    Linda's Betrothd
    Mr and Mi-
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    announce the M| ;'*j
    daughter, Linda Gi
    berto Levi.
    The groom i 'he **j <
    Mr. and Mrs. Renato U\ "aJ
    sW 216 St.
    Miss Drost > gridHbi
    (oral Gables High Scrtt
    siudent at Miami-Dsde ')
    College.
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    graduate of the I'nhvn
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    of Phi Kappi Phi, Alpha EM
    Delta, Pi Mu and S:cma Tmji
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    10
    JiMMM) fhrletter
    Page 9-B
    1
    I
    {TERHOOD of Temple Sinui
    North Dade presented a
    Cal comedy, "Champagne
    ," last weekend at the
    Miami Junior High School,
    pn by Lenore Brooks, pro-
    by tJouoy i*e, and direct-
    Lester Friedman, the com-
    [featured choreography by
    le Cole and musical direc-
    [by Deeva Solove.
    unlay was opening night,
    |Mr.-. Gene Fierer was in a
    (-colored linen shift with a
    iired semi-belled front. A
    t ensemble in ombre
    m in a floral print was worn
    Bfrs Maurice Laszlo. Her
    sheath dress and matching coat
    Kin silk chiffon over taffeta.
    k Justin Goldsmith chose a
    \ silk knit shift with black
    Beted lace inserted at the
    neckline. A two-piece
    silk alpaca was Mrs. Sol
    fr's choice for the evening.
    Overblouse buttoned down
    ck with gold buttons, and
    tabbed across the hips.
    o
    Seth Rhodes was in an
    franco silk shantung sheath
    mm deep "V" insert in the
    Ice. Asymetrically slashed
    pi were over each hip.
    to arnel jersey was Mrs. Fred
    lister choice. Her skirt was
    cnanently pleated, and she
    fed a yellow and white polka
    ^fcsilk ascot into her neck-
    imlrs. Morris Grecnberg's
    IWO-piece white cotton ottoman
    kad a modified portrait neek-
    s and oversize white buttons
    Wf. jacket. Shocking pink.
    ? "the silk crepe dress to the
    H-Pad polish and lipstick,
    was worn l>\ Mrs. Aaron Slier.
    rin. A flounce began down the
    L of her figure-molding
    H'and cascaded to where it
    icircled the hemline.
    i
    kiting in Miami from Oki-
    K where her husband is sta-
    ned, was Mrs. Jonathan Green.
    berg. Goid cotton shantung in
    the "A" line silhouette was her
    choice for viewing the mus.cal
    comedy. Jewei-ione blue was
    color of the two-piece silk knit
    worn by Mrs. Ann Weinberg.
    Her sleeveless overblouse was
    knit into an interesting shirred
    pattern. Mrs. Alfred Salzbcrgs
    three-piece knit was in navy and
    white. Her sheath skirt was in
    navy, her overblouse in white,
    and her sleeveless jacket in navy
    and white horizontal stripes.
    *
    THE two-piece white linen en-
    mi in.- mat Mrs. Herbert
    Schlecker wore featured an elon-
    gated tunic embroidered in a
    floral pattern of orange and
    green. Mrs. Rose R. Suskyn
    was in a silver and white bro-
    cade sheath with a low scooped
    neckline. A tailored white cock-
    tail suit was worn by Mrs. Irv-
    ing Denmark. Mrs. Stanley
    Stein's black metallic knit sheath
    featured a low bateau neckline
    on her blouson bodice. Black
    and white created the paisley
    print on the silk sheath which
    .Mrs. Joseph Snyder wore.
    Mrs. Abe Seiger was in an ice
    blue cotton twill with double
    rows of white stiching detailing
    her sleeveless, round-necked,
    fitted bodice. The soft whipped-
    cream chiffon fabric was chosen
    by Mrs. Mel Shrago. Her full-
    skirted shirtwaist featured a
    large gold daisy print.
    Mrs. Lester Friedman was in
    a gold lamee knit sheath. With
    her was Mrs. Harold Brown in
    a pink knit slingshot jumper with
    white chiffon as the neckline
    Mrs. Morton Rosenbluth's black
    silk crepe was in the "angel"
    silhouette, which tapered into a
    tight hem. Polka dots to coins
    dots in emerald green on white
    silk shantung was worn by Mrs. !
    Morton Reiss, on a sleeveless
    sheath.
    Streich. Aptokin
    Betrothal Told
    Mr. and Mrs. Louis K. Streich,
    8400 SW 25th Tcr., announce the!
    engagement of their daughter,
    Linda Kay, to Arthur E. Aptakin,:
    son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Apta-
    kin, 2365 SW 25th St.
    The bride-to-be will attend I
    Miami-Dade Junior College in the.
    fall, majoring in art education. ,
    The groom is attending the Uni-
    versity of Miami and will work
    toward a degree in law.
    Miss Lipton Weds
    Stephen Schuitz
    Ins Dp<> Lipton and Steven AU
    !en Schuitz were married on Sat-
    urlay, Apr 24. in the home of the
    bride's parents. 6535 Allison Is-
    land.
    Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
    uel Lipton. the bride is attending
    the University of Miami, majoring
    in human relations and psychol-
    Ogy, and is a member ol Sigma
    Delta Tau Sorority.
    The bridegroom is the tm of
    Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Schuitz,
    11960 NB 19th Dr. He is a grad-
    uate of the University of Miami,
    where he was a member of Alpha
    Kappa f'si and an aniliatc to Tau
    F.psilon Phi. He is now associa-
    ted with a firm of certified public
    accountants.
    Attended by hei sister, Delsic
    Lipton, the bride wore a gown of
    white mattlcssc with an illusion
    neck and bell sleeves, beaded to
    match her veil of Belgian lace.
    She carried white orchids on a
    Bible.
    Serving as best man was Stan-
    ley Jackson. Arthur Greene,
    Laurence Shapiro and George
    Lustig, ushered.
    Out-of-town guests included the
    groom's grandmother, Mrs. Yo-
    landa Schuitz.
    After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
    the couple will live at 8830 SW
    68th Ct.
    '-.
    I!. All.n Bl
    MRS. STtVtN SCHUITZ
    Miss Silberman Weds Physician
    The Fontainebleau Hotel was the
    setting for the early evening cere-
    mony which united Lana Arlene
    Silberman and Dr. Martin Robert
    Taylor, now oi> a wedding trip to
    Jamaica.
    Rabbi David M. Lowy officiated
    at the Sunday, May 10, nuptials.
    Attended by Miss Nicki Shadur,
    - the bride wore a gown of silk
    | organza and imported chantilly
    lace embroidered with pearls,
    and carried phalaenopsis orchids
    surrounded by white tea roses.
    Dr. Harold A. Taylor served his
    brother as best man, and the
    bride's brothers, Lynn E. Silber-'
    man and Michael R. Silberman.
    ushered.
    Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E.
    Silverman, 2055 NE 121st Rd., the
    new Mrs. Taylor, now employed in
    the personnel office at Mt. Sinai
    Hospital, attended the Universities
    of Wisconsin and Miami.
    Her husband is a graduate of
    the University of Miami and the
    university's School of Medicine,
    and is a member of Phi Delta
    Epsilon, medical fraternity. Serv-
    ing his internship at Mt. Sinai
    Hospital, he will begin his resi-
    dency in internal medicine there
    in July.
    Parents of the bridegroom ar*
    Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Taylor, 225
    Salamanca, Coral Gables.
    On their return from the honey-
    moon, the couple will live at 148
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    9-Jewlstncrldlnn
    Friday, May 15, 1364
    By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
    Soft-Spoken Judge is Child Centered
    ____1.. iToiuamitv of Miami. N
    They call me
    the Rabbi be
    hind my back,"
    said Judge Lieb-
    m a n. unaware
    that the voice be-
    trayed a secret
    pride. 'Maybe
    it's because 1 like to lecture
    kids, especially."
    Once a week in the municipal
    court of Homestead. Judge Lien
    man holds forth Before him are
    paraded the chronic alcoholic,
    the incompetent, the flounder
    ing youth and ju.-t plain citizens
    with bargain basement troubles.
    And these arc lucky people.
    No, not lucky to be in trouble,
    but lucky that if trouble be their
    condition, it is J. David Liebman
    who will measure it.
    No Lino.erin9
    1 am very concerned with the
    speedy triai." said the Judge.
    1 want no lingering in jail
    no jam upa in my court. But I
    always try to do some pre-sen-
    tencing investigation With
    youngsters. 1 always insist that
    their parents arc notified. I
    want to understand the back-
    ground of the people who come
    before me."
    Many of the people who ap-
    pear in the Judge's court are
    migrant workers who have no
    idea at all of their rights He
    tells them th.it the city must
    prove their ca.-e against them,
    that they have the right to have
    .. witness subpoenaed, and he
    will not accept a pica of guilty
    ;f the defendant is at all in
    doubt.
    "My steady customers are the
    alcoholics." said the Judge.
    Now Judge Liebman is about
    to embark on a new project. He
    is attempting to get some land
    donated that is suitable for farm-
    JUDGE I. DAVID LliBMAN
    mainly the fcids
    ing He would like to start a
    Drunk Farm" to which he
    could sentence alcoholics, in-
    stead of plastering the jail house
    with them. On the farm, while
    working with the good earth,
    they could dry out. Perhaj* the
    sun and >oil and sweat might
    prove therapeutic.
    Special Problem
    For the mentally disturbed.
    the area has no facilities, but
    when the Judge suspects the
    condition, he always refers the
    defendant to Jackson Memorial
    Hospital for examination. These
    people present a special prob-
    lem at the jail where they must
    be kept .-eparate from the other
    prisoners. While jail is usually
    nut the answer for them, neither
    does the hospital seem to be.
    More than likely, the hospital
    Plans Finalized For JNF Supper
    Dr. Irving Lehrman, chairman
    < f the Foundation for Jewish Na-
    tional Fund, this week revealed
    I hat plans for tbc annual Jewish
    National Fund Foundation Supper
    have been completed.
    The evening, which has been,
    arranged with a view to acquaint-
    i i guests With the work and goals
    if the Foundation for Jewish Na-
    tional Fund, "promises to be
    i interesting, informative, and
    stimulating," he declared
    b] tribute will be pad to
    those who have already establish-
    ed Foundation projects in Israel
    in general, and Me Ami in parti-
    cular, through the Foundation for
    . !. National Fund, Dr. I.ehr-
    i an noted,
    Dr. Lehrman and Rabbi May-
    er Arbamowitz, Jewish National
    Fund president for the South-
    east Region, will participate in
    ?he program. Guest artists will
    oe Carlo Corelli, singer of in-
    ternational songs, and Charles
    Carlyle, comedian. The invoca-
    tion and benediction will be de-
    'vered by Rabbi Solomon
    Sen iff, outgoing president of the
    Rabbinical Association of Great-
    er Miami.
    Committee of Hosts for the Jew-
    i.-h National Fund Foundation
    Supper consists of the following:
    Benjamin Appel, Johan Berman.
    Eva Blum. Mrs, Nathan Bookspan.
    William Boraatein, Mr-. Jacob D.
    Davis. Harry Feldman. Ezra
    FinegOld, Jacob Fishman. Abra-
    ham Fraidlin, Miss Lillian Good-
    man. Mayshie Friedberg. Mrs,
    Robert (iarher. Abraham Grunhut,
    Max lieeht. Peter F. Heller. Sam
    K gan, Bernard Katz. Zev W
    Kogan, Mrs. Louis Lustig, Gershon
    Miller
    administers an aspirin and sends
    the patient on his way.
    But the kids. There's the
    heartbreaker. Rich noes, poor
    ones and in all colors, they lind
    their way to the Judge's court.
    One kid was picked up lor
    breaking and entering. I called
    Travelers Aid, and they got in
    touch with his folks in Mississip-
    pi Thev wanted him back So
    1 contacted Welfare in his home
    town and put him on a bus, I
    felt I'd done right by the kid and
    Homestead and his family. But
    it doesn't always work out. Re-
    cently, a boy cleaned out the I
    Five and Ten Cent Store. He
    was a smart kid, and 1 knew if;
    I sent him to jail he'd learn more
    tricks of the trade.
    So I sent him to work at the
    Fire Station and arranged lor;
    him to sleep in separate quar-
    ters in the Jail. When his sen-
    tence was completed, 1 felt sure
    he'd go back to school. But just
    recently. Metro caught him steal
    ing."
    J. David Liebman is not in-
    volved in polities. His reap-
    pointment as a Judge was based
    soley on his record.
    Talking Turkey
    He worked his way through
    St DOOl and graduated from the
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    A new edition of "Favorite
    Goodman Dishes." just issued by
    A Goodman and Sons. Inc.. is a
    classic of fine recipes and lus-
    cious-looking dishes.
    The enthusiasm this new edition
    has created is a compliment to the
    Goodman Laboratories and Test
    Kitchens, and their Home Econ-
    omists who developed the recipes
    and produced the cooked foods.
    as well as the fine photography
    The contents of the 32-page book
    contain- a variety of 11 different
    groups of recipes that are listed
    from soups to sauces The tempt-
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    cipes and dishes offers the house-
    wife a change of-menu. and al-
    ways something new and nour-
    ishing for all the lamily
    Soup-, poultry dishes, meats
    and fish otter the basic toods. but
    there is an abundant addition ot
    table combinations, salads
    and desserts, plus the wonderful-
    ly economical ideas for mother's
    usual left-overs, oi which good
    ill be made.
    University of Miami. Now he
    practices law in Homestead and
    m Miami The Liebmans used
    to live in Coral Gables, but some-
    how there's "more air" in South
    Dade today. With his wife. Nat-
    alie who is active in the Nation-
    al Council of Jewish Women, he
    live- in Perrine. The Liebmans
    have three children; Henry, who
    ,- twelve, i- preparing for Bar
    Mitzvah.
    His wife's uncle. Abrahtw
    Goodman, is the organizer iji
    Tarbut. an agency [or ..enil
    Dating information on the ,-Udy
    ot Hebrew as a modern Lai ,uage
    Her father ajid mother, an,j
    Mrs. Morris Goodman were
    well-known Greater Mia jew.
    ish community leader- and own-
    ers of exclusive Goodn .
    Lincoln Rd.. as well
    Brothers.
    Whatever the language be ,t
    Hebrew or EngU-li or jy.out
    jive. Judge Liebman tries 0 talk
    to people. Official!)
    Judge, but he can usually be
    found doing a Waiter Mttty re.
    verse, and talking plain .arkey
    with boys who an in tri
    M in- Minov, Mrs Miriam
    Pre--. Isidor Riffkin, Harry Ros-
    en. Julius Rosenstein, Sam Schach-
    no, Irving SchaUman, Mrs Wolfe
    Sklair. Al Sherman. Meyer Siegel.
    Ben Silver, Joshua Z. Stadlan.
    Mrs. Joshua '/. Stadlan. and Mor-
    ris Yudewitz.
    The supper i- scheduled for
    Wednesday, May 20. 6 p.m.. at the
    I intainbleau Hotel.
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    Page 11-B
    Judge Spaet, Myers To Receive Univ. Megiddo Award ^
    m

    B : I Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, is
    Vn with members of the Temple Thespians lookinq over
    script of the play. "The Deputy," by Rolf Hochhuth wHch
    i Kronish reviewed with their assistance. Left to right are
    Unger, Rabbi Kronish, Harvey Kramer end Esther Com-
    r day. The review was presented Wednesday eveivna in
    Temple Auditorium. Mrs. Leo Levin, president oi Sister-
    announces that this was the last in the series of current
    reviews.
    Judge Harold B. Spart and
    Miami Attorney Stanley C Myers
    were to receive the Megiddo
    Award from the American Friends
    of the Hebrew University at a
    special luncheon Thursday noon
    at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
    Judge Z. W. Zeltner, assistant
    dean of the Law Faculty of the
    Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
    was to make the presentation and
    speak on 'The Emergence ol Is-
    rael's Legal System." before
    judges, attorneys and community
    leaders of Greater Miami.
    I
    bined Installation of Officers
    nned by Miami Hadassah Monday
    .lain chapter of Hadassah
    id its first combined ta-
    in of officers of the chap-
    el the nine groups in this
    i Monday, 8 p.m.. at the
    Plaza Hotel. Installing of-
    ill be Mrs. Gerald Soltz.
    I lected president of the
    Region of Hadassah. The
    ng women will be install-
    ; resident:
    .1 Chapter. Mrs. Edward
    Aviva, Mrs. Morris Her-
    ."h;n. Mrs. Maxwell Wcis-
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    Collins; Tikvah, Mrs. Eugene Sil-
    verstone; Torah, Mrs. Sidney
    Langer; Chaim Weizmann, Miss
    Edythe Bersteta,
    A musical skit. "This Was the
    Year That Was.'" written by Mrs.
    Leonard Wolpe, will be presented
    following the installation of the
    elficers. In the cast are Fstelle
    Lash, Lucille Alterman, Charlotte
    Wolpe, Norm a Abbott. and the ac-
    sompanist. Emma Van Zamft.
    Chapter chairmen of reserva-
    tiens are Mrs Philip Schiff and
    Mrs. William Parker.
    Yuban Offers
    Trip to Israel
    Yuban, one of the world's rich-
    M coffees, i- again offering two
    n und trips to Israel in their 1964
    Israel Trip contest.
    The lucky number will get tuo
    round trip fares from New York
    to Ista.'l via Pan American and
    connecting jet. II your name is
    picked, you'll fly to Europe via
    your choice of London, Pans or
    Home on a Pan American Jet
    Clipper, and on to Tel Aviv via
    connecting jet.
    To enter, j-.i-t write your name
    and address on a plain piece of
    paper and mail to Yuban, P.O.
    box 3700, Grand Central station,
    NY 10017.
    Yuban i^ also offering a special
    $500 cash bonus which will be
    awarded to the winner if the en-
    try is accompanied with an in-
    tant Yuban Label or with the
    word "Yuban"' written in block
    letters on a plain piece of paper.
    All entries must be postmarked
    no later than June 30, and receiv-
    ed no later than July 15. 1964.
    Enter as often as you wish, but
    mail each entry in a separate en-
    velope.
    Enter now. and soon you may
    be off on the vacation of a life-
    time.S.T.
    The Megiddo Award, a medal-
    lion Of an enlarged impression of
    an ancient Hebrew seal dating to
    the 8th century, B.C.E., found at
    Megiddo, has been presented only
    once before in this area to Alex-
    ander S. Gordon, Anna Brenner
    Meyer-. Kenneth Oka and Herbert
    S. Shapiro.
    It is presented in recognition
    cf devoted efforts on behalf of
    the Gifts and Legacies program
    of the Hebrew University in
    Jerusalem. Both Judje Spaet
    and Myers have been identified
    with the Hebrew University pro-
    gram for many years, and both
    are members of the Board of Di-
    rectors of the American Friends
    of the Hebrew University.
    Chairman of the Gifts and Leg-
    acies Committee is Herbert S.
    Shapiro, co-host of the lunch-
    eon.
    Robert 11. Newman. South
    Miami attorney, was to host a
    reception for Judge Zeltner in his
    home Thursday evening.
    A relieving judge of the Tel Aviv
    District Court and Hebrew Univer-
    sity Lav. Faculty assistant dean.
    Judge Zeltner combines the- knowl-
    edge ol the student the law
    and the awareness of the legal
    practitioner relating to the inte-
    gration of the varied sources of
    Israel law, which has evolved from
    a heritage ol Ottoman. British
    and other precedents.
    On Friday morning. 9 am,
    Zeltner will speak at the Univer-
    sity of Miami before the Bar and
    Gavel group, and at noon Friday,
    the Judge will address a group
    of Hollywood attorneys at a
    luncheon chaired by Ben Salter.
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    Page 12-B
    9-JewlstncrlJktn
    Hobvrl Tuch
    un s.iiurday iii.miiiiik. Miiy 10.
    Ubbl Mordeeal Podal will pffic
    ,,,, t MTvlet hi Temple Juna"
    ,,u,\ the Mar Mit/.vah <>f Tiobert
    Uwrance, nib of Mr and HW.
    Mi Tuch, iK/i sw MtH Av.-.
    Robort is s.v.-niii grade nan
    r Kudonl ai Bhanandoah Junior
    High, whnra ha playa ,,,,"<" '" ""'
    u-hool band and orchaatra Rob
    . ,i i. .,n Intereatad In all sports
    Mr ind Mrs TUCh Will host
    ii,r Kldduah following lervlcei ">
    Kobert'i honoi

    Joy Jacobton
    i,,v Jacobaon will ba confirmed
    ,,,,,. rarrclaei a) Beth Kodesb
    longregation on Sunday evening
    .,, | is p... Charlea Hablow,
    congregation prealdent, and Mrs
    joii i'ii Rambam, Biaterhood pre*
    ,.1,-m i. will preaenl cartlflcatei
    i lid Bible*
    Daughter ol Mr and Mrs in
    inu Jacobaon, 4S8 sw 1Mb Rd.
    loj || itudent al ShaMitdoaii
    Junior MikIi
    Her rather is honorarj prealdent
    iti it. ih Kodeah.
    Brian Seligman
    Brian Sellgman will obaerve hia
    r..,, Mltivah al Beth Torah Con
    , ,atton on Saturda) morning,
    M ,j is, with Rnbbl Max a Up-
    -.'.ii; officiating
    Brian will i- preaented ith a
    Bible "" behalf "' Uw Moilie Ka
    li.i ,r Slaterhood
    \ sliul.nl at Hi'1 ReUglOUa School
    foi tlM naat three rears, the eel*
    brent atteada John F Kenneth
    IttMQC High School His hobbies
    i boattajg and buHrifag models
    Mr and Hri Harold guUgaaan,
    NR IMal Di will honor their
    .ii i reception and dinner to
    Robert Venn
    Bar Mit/vah of Robart son ol
    M, and Mrs David Vann. will be
    celebrated on Saturday morning.
    Mas IB, ai Temple Emanu El. Dr.
    Irving Lehrman will officiate
    'Robert attends Uia Hebrew
    Academy for Ihe Bral six grade"
    0, Khool and is new ." the sev-
    enth grade al John F. Kennedy
    Sor High He .s on the Honor
    Uoll and inl.-roslod In sport'
    Mrs Jacob S. Roller,
    mother ol Robert, will be
    lor the occaelon
    The celebrant i"
    ,i ,i reception In
    Saturday
    Man anffejaaai *f Jo*5on
    iltphtn Shenkman
    Adricnnc Greene
    ii"' III a 'WfW;.
    Robert Vann
    Jeffrey Kaplan
    grand-
    preaenl
    i. honored
    in- home on
    pram. H6 planning a career in
    veterinary medicine Hia hob-
    biea are ihort wave radio, and
    hia favorite sports are football,
    track, baseball and iwlmmlng.
    Mr and Mrs. Samuel Bohrow.
    grandparents of Jeffrey, will be
    here for the occasion.
    The celebrant wlU be honored
    :,, a reception Saturday evening
    at the Seville Hotel.
    EVERYBODY
    has FUN
    hare0
    v amststfiT iot*
    a CABANA
    * DAY CAMP
    KW TH MC^
    Marc Sharfitein
    Marc son of Mr. and Mi- Alex-
    ve will be Bar Mlttvah at rem-
    ote Adatli Veahunin on Saturday.
    M, 16. al .he 8:45 am serv'ce.
    Rabbi Jonah R. Caplan will of-
    "^"seventh grader nl Catnl Clg
    ., High. Marc s hobby is mod
    e,Ktd"u'ah reception will follow
    the service in his honor
    *
    Marilyn Meyer*
    On Friday evening, May 15
    Manly... daughter Ol Mr and
    Mrs George Meyers. ." rn- Bas
    MlUvah at Temple Z.on. with
    Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating.
    Marilyn a student at Kinloch
    park Juiiht High, plans to con
    Man* her '" Temple
    /..on l.mt.rmation Class

    Adrierme Greene
    Adrienne Forrest Greene will
    be confirmed during ceremonies
    conduct.-,! by Rabbi Leon Kron-
    ish on Salunl.o Maj 1>
    Graduating from Nautilus Jun
    .or High m June. Adricnnc s hob
    lu.s are lannla, piano and BWlnv
    ming
    Parents of the celebrant are
    Mi and Mrs Jerome Greene,
    liaj Marseille Pr
    * a *
    Jeffrey Kaplan
    Dr Irving Lahrman. apirltual
    , a| i, mplc Emanu El. will
    . at the Bar Mitavi h ol
    K '
    May 16. at the 1 mi
    t attc nds 1
    \ and is
    -
    Beth Torah
    Summer Ccmp
    TV S
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    .':-- '
    Featuron' are aapervtst
    aeol
    abed
    Hiatf. leading be-
    . itKl avi-
    vaaagad student* so Rei Oreaa cer
    aajjajaaaa
    **.!?> are ttr*jej ahrwe>
    ftaa> ejMeriNt all sawrtt *c-
    ,.t^* with <** wweter W
    .? eaMe
    Steven Shenkman
    Stephen Curtlas, son of Mr. and
    Mrs Bernard L. Shenkman. 1600
    SW 89th PI., was Bar MiUvah
    during services at Temple Or
    Olom conducted by Rabbi Samuel
    \pnl on Saturday. May 9.
    A seventh grader at Rockway
    Junior High, the celebrant is a
    member of the Student Council
    and Intermediate Band.
    Among guests attending the Bar
    Mitvah were his maternal grand-
    parents. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
    Brawn, and paternal grandmoth-
    er, Mrs. Sarah Shenkman.

    Susan Lewis
    of Mr. and Mrs. William Lewis.
    1407 Dewey St., Hollywood, will
    be celebrated at Temple Beth
    Sholem on Friday evening. May 15.
    Rabbi Morton Malavsky will offi-
    ciate.
    Susan has been a member of
    roth Sholem "s Religious School
    and received, special Bas Mitzvah
    instruction from Cantor Ernest
    Steiner.
    Oneg Shabbat following services
    will be sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
    Lewis in honor of their daugh-
    ter.
    *
    Stephen Verdon
    Stephen, son of Mrs. Shirley
    Verdon and Mr. Ellis Verdon. WlU
    celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on
    Saturday morning. May 16. at ser-
    j vices at Beth Torah Congregation.
    Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will of-
    ficiate and present Stephen with
    a Bible on behalf of the MoUie
    kahaner Sisterhood.
    Stephen is in the third year at
    the svnagogue's Religious School
    and is a student at John F. Ken-
    Relatives who will |)e attending
    include grandparents. \[r an~
    Mrs. William Sapiro; grandfath-
    er. Irving Verdon; Mr. and Mr-
    Frank Eisman, Sidney Shapiro,
    and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Abel, of
    Long Island.
    Presenting
    Mrs, Verdon
    the reception ior
    are S C. Mandel.
    owner of the Roundtable, Mr and
    Mrs. Paul Schreiber. owner of El
    Dorado, and Mark Klein-.
    * *
    Peter Schneider
    Celebration of the Bar HBn|
    ol Peter Schneider uill taker"
    May 16, BfS
    Bas Mitzvah of Susan, daughter r.edy Junior High.
    at 7 p.m.. Saturda\
    Cavalier Room of the Deaimft
    Hotel. About 35 will attend
    Peter is a seventh grade sh- fl
    dent at Nautilus Junior Hia fl
    School and an all-around athlete
    The Bar Mitzvah is the son i M
    Mrs. Beverly Schneider, 440 t fl
    62nd St., Miami Beach.
    Rabbi Leon Kroni-h will official I
    at services Saturday in Tempi I
    Beth Sholom. A private receptir fl
    will be held at the Schneider re-1
    idence from 4 to 7 p.m., on Sit-
    day, May 17.
    Do only vegetarians eat
    Heinz Vegetarian Beans?
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    craft* ad alramatics are
    AeMexi afcw wear > a haK-aay -
    vr> payaaa. \ailalilaaa taw
    paftar rtery aeograat Tri=
    vaaMMi adi *iperw ta*
    taqeanes caeecwiv e*^
    -a. stafL fteM tna, traaspar
    aat er etVr pka* tae cataaa
    s^ateii by Caaag) aVth Taraa,
    No.Octogenarians also. Doctors, too.
    And steam fitters, assistant coat buyers,
    folk singers, house painters, cutters &
    sorcerer's apprentices, forest rangers,
    well diggers, second violinists, scout-
    masters, insurance claim adjusters
    and psychiatric social workers.
    Everyone, in fact who likes a tasty,
    inexpensive.nourishing vegetarian dish
    that goes fine with meat, fish, poultry
    ...or all by itself.^
    a **c *-'> c vcoeim *s B*s? L*8a bc*'^ tk O *
    - ^Oe* OaTrOOOX JtWISH CONORtGATrOrlS Of AMWCA.


    lay. May 15, 1964
    i
    lenfaft floridF/an
    Page 13-B
    Imple Israel
    actuates Youth
    Ceremony Here
    Temple Israel High School
    irtment graduation exercises,
    I following were issued certifi-
    js marking the successful com
    ion of their three-year Reli-
    I- High School course:
    it Apfclbaum, James Axelrod,
    Icia Emerman, Richard Fleisch-
    1. JoAnn Meyers, Davida Beth
    lan, Richard Morgan, Susan
    ternack, Barbara Rochkind and
    aid Serotta. Miss Pasternack
    Miss Rochkind were nominal
    lor Silver Knight Awards, and
    ptt;. won the Silver Knight in
    al Sciences.
    br seven of the graduates, the |
    ^sion marked the completion
    years of Religious School at-
    ance, from kindergarten
    aj;h the 12th grade: Apfel-
    Axelrod. Fleischman, Mey-
    Mirman, Rochkind and Serot-
    Ball, 70 Temple Israel young
    Me graduating this year from
    Be a I public high schools were
    ed at annual baccalaureate
    S which included the Reli-
    .High School graduation
    lonus conducted by Dr. Jos-
    N'arot.
    Family Week
    In Dade County
    Proclaimed Here
    Chicago Club Meeting
    Chicago Club was to hold a
    board metting on Thursday, 8 p.m.,
    in the Deau*iUe Hotel. In charge
    of arrangements is Mrs. A. E.
    Perlman.
    Temple Israel's High School Department Award winners are
    pictured above at recent graduation exercises. Seated (left
    to right) are Barney Willena, Lillian K. Lewis campership;
    Anita Samet, David Samuel Bornstein Memorial Award to
    the National Federation of Temple Youth Leadership Institute;
    William Bossak, tenth grade honorable mention. Standing
    are David Gorfine, honorable mention, eleventh grade; Rich-
    ard Garrett, Hebrew Union College Pilgrimage Award; and
    Gerald Serotta, Irving Feinberg Memorial Award to the Na-
    tional Federation of Temple Youth Kallah.
    Metro Mayor Chuck Hall pro-
    claimed the week of May 3 to 10
    ai Dade County Family Week.
    The proclamation cited the JOrdCtn INnOrSn
    work of Jewish Family and Chil-
    dren's Service, supported by Unit-
    ed Fund of Dade County and the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
    tion, as "dedicated to the task of
    providing competent professional
    counseling services to individuals
    and families in time of stress."
    Elects Brown
    Young Couples Reelect Cohen
    Young Married Couples of Beth
    David have reelected Lewis F.
    Cohen as president for the com-
    ing year.
    Other officers who will serve
    during 1964-65 are vice presidents.
    Dr. Joseph Singer Mid Fred Cheka-
    now; treasurer, Herman Schlus-
    sel; secretary, Bette Spector.
    Organized a year ago, the group
    now has a membership of 40
    couples.
    Next activity will be a coffee
    at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
    nard Coldenbcrg on June 17.
    We've been told:
    "For this
    you should get
    a medal!"
    Th proclamation alto cite*
    JFCS for the effort it exerts
    "toward wholesome family life
    for all members of the commun-
    ity."
    Cited along with JFCS, whose
    president is Mrs. Burton B. Gold-
    stein and executive director is
    Leon Fisher was the Family Ser-
    vice of Dade County.
    Dade County Family Week was
    proclaimed by Mayor Hall in con-
    junction with National Family
    Week, "which called upon its citi-
    zens to further the strengthening
    of wholesome family life by sup-
    porting the health and welfare
    services so that all our families
    may prosper."
    Kennel Club Will
    Open 33rd Season
    Flagler Kennel Club will launch
    its 33rd racing season and it- sec-
    ond successive summer meet next
    Tuesday, featuring the twin double
    and a halt' million dollars worth
    of new facilities for greyhound
    fans.
    Post time throughout the sea-
    Son, May 13 to Sept. 2, will be at
    S p.m.
    Introduction of the twin double,
    which created a sensation at two
    of the Miami area's horse tracks
    last wincr. will mark its debut in
    greyhound racing in Florida.
    The "TO" and the track's
    elaborate new facilities are ex-
    pected to attract new fans to
    greyhound racing, enabling the
    Flagler track to shatter its own
    state record of $24,332,834 in
    handle and 567,738 in attendance
    during the 90-night summer
    meeting. General Manager Mar-
    shall Parsons said.
    New facilities include an 8,000-
    sq. ft., air-conditioned cafeteria,
    a clubhouse cocktail lounge, and
    a 6.000 sq. ft. private party room
    located on the third floor of a re-;
    cently completed clubhouse.
    Bowlers of Southeast Florida .
    will be guests of the bowling pub-
    lication. Strikes and Spares, in
    the Private Sky Region Room al
    (he track's grand opening Tuesday
    night.
    Competition in the track's fourth
    annual S80.000 International Clas-
    sic, richest event in greyhound
    racing, will begin June *; and wind
    up July 18. Other major stakes
    on tli-' schedule include the Ami r
    ican Hurdle Championship and a
    I Medley stake.ST.
    fhy? Because we took two traditional
    Favorites: egg and onion and combined
    pern into the most tantalizing new matzo
    Cracker you ever tasted! 1Yy itdelight
    rour family who knows, they may
    ward you a medal!
    Produced under strict Rabbinical superviiion
    Manischewitz
    This plaque was presented to
    H. J. Heinz Company, the 57
    Varieties people, at a cere-
    mony in Carnegie Hall in New
    York, on March 15,1964.
    The 24-Year Hebrew-English
    Calendar (mentioned on the
    plaque) is available free of
    charge to the readers of this
    publication. To obtain a copy,
    write to H. J. Heinz Co., P. 0.
    !\5.7' Dept. J2, Pittsburgh,
    Pa. UW.
    Max Brown has been named a
    vice president of Jordan Marsh
    in Florida.
    Since 1960, Brown has supervis-
    ed sales promotion programs for
    Jordan Marsh.
    His area of operation has in-
    cluded Miami, Fort Lauderdale
    and Orlando.
    OTI
    about
    gathered for you
    Miriam Field
    Why do wc cat dairy foods on
    Shevuos? There arc explanations
    mystical, cabbalistical, figurative,
    factual. For example, the Torah
    is likened to milk and hones.
    t *ieres an eas) winaer for u restive
    famll) dinner, great fur compam. loo!
    SAUCY SOLE
    \Vi lbs (about 6 fillets) fresh sole
    v4 cup fine brsad crumbs
    2 tbso chopped onion '2 tsp salt
    V* tsp pepper Vi cup Planters Oil
    2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
    6 tbsp sour cream paprika
    Arrange sole in nuking dish. Mix
    crumbs, union, salt, pepper. Sprinkle
    over fish. Pour on Planters Oil and
    sauce. Bake at 350K.. 25 minutes.
    Remme from o\cn: top each fillet with
    sour i m.iin and sprinkle with paprika.
    Bake another 5 min. Senes 6superbly.
    (7**----------------------------
    C he Koretzer Rebbe explained
    that "we eat dairy foods on Shevuos
    to welcome the Day of the Giving
    of the Torah with humility. Dairy
    food denotes that we consider our-
    selves like young children who are
    still too young to eat meat."
    Cooking up a meaty masterpiece
    or concocting a dairy delicacy,
    you're so very smart to insist on
    Planters Oil.Thispolyunsaturated
    lOO^c pure peanut oil is the most
    delicate of today's light oils. Of
    course it's kosher. And parvc!
    CREAM t CHIVE BATTER BUNS
    % cup sour cream 2 tbsp sugar
    1 tsp salt 2 tbsp Planters Oil
    1 pkg. Flcischmann's Active Ory Yeast
    .p warm water (105 -115T.)
    2U cups unsifted flour 1 egg
    l'j tbsp chopped chives
    S !! tow cream: add sugar, salt.
    Planters Oil, Cool 10 lukewarm. Dis-
    solve yeast in Harm water in warn
    bo"I. \dJ lukewarm mixture. Hour,
    eg) chives. Beat until smooth. Cover:
    in wiirm plan- iiniil doiil'lcd,
    <0min, Srit batterdown: spoon
    Into 12 oiled mufHn cups. Let ritt un-
    til doubled, 90 min. Bake at Mh\ l.
    15 min. "t until done. Makes 12 buns!
    "- ':< i iii > is closely associated
    with David, onetime shepherd, war-
    rior, poet, scholar, king. "A harp
    hung over David's bed" relates the
    Talmud. "At midnight a North
    wind blew on it, and it played of
    itself. Then the Hint; arose and
    studied Torah till tin break of day."
    Be the mom with the mostcst... bake
    CHEESEBERRY CHARMS
    l'j cups unsifted flour
    2 tbsp sugar 1 tsp salt
    2 pkgs (3-oz. each) cream cheesa
    Vi cup Planters Peanut Oil
    14 cup raspberry jam
    Combine flour, sugar, salt. Cut in
    cheese with pastry blender or 2 knites
    until it resembles coarse meal. Add
    Planters Oil: mix until vtell blended.
    Roll out to |* thickness. Cut with
    3" cookie cutter. Place )4 tsp iam in
    each center. Kold and seal edges.
    Place on ungreased baking sheet and
    bake at 4tm I about 15 minutes or
    until done. Makes about 2M dozen,
    I'll be back soon with more freshly
    gathered Manna About Town.
    A Planters Oil Exclusive
    IT'S THE LIGHT POLYUNSATURATED OIL...
    NOT ONLY LIGHT BUT DELICI0USLY LIGHT


    Page 14-B
    +.kwist ncridtiriri
    Friday. May IS. 1964
    Mar-Len Gardens Offer Beautiful
    Community for the Luxury-Minded
    Mar-Len Gardens is now un-
    der construction at 16300 NE 14th
    Ave., No. Miami Beach.
    The garden apartment commun
    ,t> is for adults only. At Mar-Len
    Gardens are featured two lux-
    urious swimming pools, with one
    pi them heated, a huge air-condi-
    tioned auditorium and complete
    stage, a full-time recreation di-
    rector, horseshoe pitching and
    separate sauna.
    Two buildings already have been
    completed the administration
    building, in which the sales and
    executive offices are located, and
    the one-story building housing
    jhree model apartments, which
    eventually will be used by staff
    personnel.
    L'nder construction at this time
    is the first of three cooperative
    apartment houses, each of which
    will contain 14 units. Occupancy
    }> scheduled for August and Sep-
    tember. Other buildings to be
    started soon are expected to be
    ready for occupancy in October
    ;.nd November.
    In all. 12 such buildings housing
    Shazar Sends
    Beachite Letter
    Of High Praise
    President of Israel Zalman Sca-
    lar this week sent a letter of
    praise to Bernard Silver, Miami
    Beach resident, for his philan-
    thropic endeavor in behalf of the
    Jewish National Fund.
    Leon J. Ell, president of the
    Jewish National Fund Council of
    Greater Miami, and Dr. Irving
    Lehrman, chairman of the Jewish
    National Fund Foundation, an-
    nounced the receipt of the Presi-
    dential letter.
    Mr. Shazar said that "special
    credit goes to Bernard Silver,
    who** initiative, personal gener-
    osity and that of hi* family made
    it possible to embark on the
    special 'Besht' project."
    Silver is the sixth generation of
    the famous Rabbinical family of
    Baal Shem Tov, one of the most
    learned and revered Jewish schol-
    ars in Israel and founder of
    Chassidism.
    Before settling in Miami, Sil-
    ver traveled all over the world as
    14 apartments each will be erect-
    ed within the next year.
    Developers are veterans in hous-
    ing, Leonard Schreiber. Leonard
    Pearl. Marcus Gesundheit and
    Sidney Gordon. Ro-Len Gardens
    . in Hallandale are among their
    larger Florida developments.
    Also featured at Marlen will be
    '. a billiard room, card rooms, steam
    baths, shuffleboard, sun deck,
    fully-equipped kitchen, hobby
    room, patio areas and putting
    MB.
    Mar-Len Gardens is directly be-
    hind Burdines in the 163rd
    Street Shopping Center. Avail-
    able within walking distance are
    shopping, theatres, restaurants,
    temples and bus service.
    Gardens apartments being as
    low as $7,595. The exclusive site
    features a recreation building with
    three acres of private facilities
    for Mar-Len residents only.
    Dancing, movies and a round
    of many social activities are
    planned "for the big auditorium,
    with a full time social director in
    charge of the varied programs.
    Miss Hovis Appointed
    Miss Frances ("Mac") HoviS,
    well-known in South Florida bank-
    ing circles, has just been elected j
    assistant cashier of the Capital,
    National Bank of Miami. Her pri-
    mary responsibility will be the
    field of commercial loans and
    credit.
    , ., t r^one are an administration building, a huge aucii-
    Projected 15-building site of Mar-Len Gardens, or apartment building lor stall
    iust north ol the 163rd Street Shoppmq Center tcjmm a
    just north ol the lbJrct street an"H"uv*"T~" Dersonnel.
    In addition to 12 buildings of 1.627 units, there personne
    Beth Sholom Will Confirm 35
    Pythian Sisters
    Raise Funds
    Proceeds raised at the fashion
    show and games night of Roose-
    velt Temple 33. Pythian Sisters,
    were channeled to Temple chari-
    ties. Event was held last Wed-
    nesday evening at Pythian Hail.
    4601 W. Flagler St.
    On Wednesday evening Apr. 22,
    the group held a membership tea
    at the home of most excellent
    chief. Edna Anderson.
    a correspondent for the Jewish
    Morning Journal, one of the larg-
    est Yiddish newspapers in Ameri-
    ca.
    He is now sponsoring the estab-
    lishment of the Baal Shem Tov
    Forest near Safad, Israel.
    Annual confirmation service of
    Temple Beth Sholom of Miami
    Beach will be held on Saturday
    evening. 7:15 p.m., according to
    an announctment by Rabbi Leon
    Kronish, spiritual leader of the
    congregation.
    Theme of the confirmation,
    What is a Jew?" was written by
    the confirmands. under the direc-
    tion of Rabbi Kronish. Herbert
    C. Bloom is director of education
    at Beth Sholom, and faculty mem
    bers are Miss Nettie Goldstein
    and Dr. Solomon Lichter.
    The 38 boys and irls of con
    firmation class 5724 are:
    Charles Jay, "on "f Mr and Mi>
    .lark Abbott; Ailene (tale, daughter
    of Mi-, and afr. Leonard AdelauMi;
    Andrea l..:in. lUuglii. r ..f It. anil
    Mrs. I..- A. Asii.r Jr.; L.is:i. daunt!-
    ter of I'r. ami Mrs, Ji-ru..... Benson:
    /- linn I."niiur.i. duiwlili r of Mr. anil
    Mrs. Maxwell <; Itarser; Jeffrey
    Hi...... map of M'\ and Mis. Edmund
    Itrant; Ja'msn Harry, -son of Mr. ami
    Mr~. Ijluaid Ui'kson, Keli'>- lfyrna,
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. I*, 1 ri-M; Merle Si--, daughter ..f Mr. ami
    Mrs. Alex EVaidia; Mitchell Itobart,
    sun nf It. and Mr-. Charles Cjordon;
    Boy Jvlward. son of Mi's. KU-ynurt
    ,;,......fl A.I: elin. d -"" "
    end Mrs '
    1-1..i. ti. .-. dnunnti
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    Coronation Formal Schea.led
    The 19th annual carnatior formal
    of Phi Epsilon Pi will tak- plate
    in the Napoleon Room. Di-uuville
    Hotel, on Saturday tveni:
    i Hairi- Jonathi i It. -"'
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    -....... St. Hid Mr- H .
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    and Mrs .MiUIn W :";>;
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    Mr. Julian K S, Juer: 1
    aniwhl.....' M
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    \ir ml Mrs. in..i,.
    \,.m. daushti '' M '
    Mi and Mi '"""I-
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    Mr* Josenh Bis. 'v lUiam l .
    ..... V| in and M H H"*-
    ' .ml Arthur, l M v: Ham
    , u.-l Ne*al: Sotl liffn v Mr.
    and Mrs Pred \i M ushf
    .1 daughter ul M Ma tin
    ': Sl. in- i. Tan.I I'., -.! Mr.
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    i danirhl. i n< M Mr- i n|>k
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    dauicbtei M Mi Gi rm
    Wring' Jack 1 livid, n Mi -mil
    Mi. Harold w .
    High Breakfast'
    Set for Sunday
    Some 1,000 supporters of Ma\ r
    Kobert King High's QMApajga for
    I h e Democratic gubeir ilon.il
    nomination will meet at 1 am ,
    Sunday, at the DiLido li
    Irving Spear, of Surfsi-1 and
    High area chairman, said that a
    High Committee of 1,000" bunch-
    ed last Sunday at a br*>.ikfa-t
    meeting of nearly 200 supporters
    a! tue PiUdo is almost complete.
    Speakers at Sunday's lession in-
    t-luded Mrs. Anna Brenner .- pars,
    Max Friedman. Miami Vice May
    oi Sidney Aroaovitz. G -aid
    , Schwartt. .Mrs. Murray Sonaett,
    Surfside Couneilraan Louis rmbcr-
    man and Rhca Gladwin. ichael
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    kdoj.Mcy IS, 1964
    ^hni^fhrkHan
    Page 15-B
    leach UN Unit
    [o Install Berns
    u Beach Branch. American
    in 11 the United Na-
    l"on. Ml iiMt*U officers at a
    Lr. anci set for 7 p.m.. Tiies-
    |,v j |9. at LM Violins. 1751
    l,fca Blvd.
    ; will be U.S. Rep. Claude
    I Elliott Roosevelt will be
    l-i, officer, and Judge Hen-
    |t' l .ilal).'" will preside
    H"-Orik J. Bern*, well-known
    |nev.'r-aper writer and radio news
    Icorr-entator, will be new prei-
    lide" Oitgoing president, Irvln
    r. 5:-mdler, will be named co-
    [oroVatcr of all Greater Miami
    Chafers of AAUN.
    ( men for the event are Mrs
    Tot : nanuel; 13 star Island, and
    bin Philip F. Thau. Crystal
    I Mi.iini lieach. who have
    for two orchestral and
    \\ ith Latin flavor lor
    tertainment of members
    nd sts
    T installed, in addition to
    Ben -ire Mrs. Toby Emnnuel.
    !r- dip F. Thau. Abe Grunhut.
    Upman, Harry Perkel.
    esidentt; Miss Freda Bud-
    ccretary; ii P. FUR mi,
    I c. i-r, ar.d Judge Balaban.
    \ ntarian
    Mi -rs (if the board are Mrs.
    | Balabn, Judge Milton Fel-
    l'i. n. flyman Calbut. Wally
    luci Mayor Charles F. Hall.
    Luk (lonlon, Martin Jones,
    |abi Leon Krunish. Dr. Solomon
    Mrs Anna Brenner Mcy
    Miiullin, Hy Morris. Joel
    man. Hon. Kenneth Oka.
    I Mrs Flliott Rootevelt,
    |ii- .aura J. Shepard, Burnett
    e Rev. R. Wiley Scott. Ir-
    rtndler, Judge Harold B.
    B. Bayard Strell. Mrs
    Tyson and George Wolpert.
    rations are being taken by
    ..muel and Mrs. Thau.
    United NationB dinner chairmen are Mrs. Philip F. Thau (left)
    and Mrs. Toby Emanuel. Dinner arrangements and reserva-
    tions are the responsibility of these Miami Beach residents.
    Occasion is installation oi officers of the Miami Beach Branch,
    American Association for the United Nations, set for 7 p.m.,
    Tuesday. May 19, at Les Violins.
    LEBOWITZ. Max, fl ..r 6X0 BE 1st
    si I Ilalenh, died May I loi don
    CAPLAN. Hi. Minnie, i.i of I:'" I \
    l!u> l;.I Si nee* in I'll i-
    r.i.ink
    LUBY. II. in. i ii. 72, hi -".'ii K ng
    I'lMlll l>l Rlvel
    ROSEN, Mi rrlH, 2, ol tin foil n- Avi
    iiiiiH |, ii Kl>eraldi
    GOLDBERG. Hmri X .7. ..f 1240 Bu
    ' '! n> in- I'l ltd S. i i ievH in i in -
    i inn.ill. i [livi l -ill.
    GOLDSTEIN, MnSei ;:.. ,,r |;..... Rax
    lid. S.:M. PS In N V.C RIVI '-1,1.
    GRUSIN. Khlf.il-| II. "X, ..f ITiOtl B
    Kd Ner\ices in Rvansville, Ind. RIv-
    .r-|.u-
    LERNER. II.ii-. 16, of I0IS NK
    Si. Rlvifslil.
    WINER. VI n. of MO W.-.I \x,
    Wxi man.
    kahn. Molts riordon, ft, ..f 2ri Col-
    lins Ave .ii. ii May i Riverside.
    LEHStHAUPT. Vi'h.ui. :..;, ,.f 1030
    I'.lli St. Servi.-e* in r.rit.klxn Rlv-
    el -1,1,-
    WEINBERGER. Manuel, 71. of Mol
    MW 71Ii St. liordon
    WEISBURD. Mm Surah, 71. .,f 1680
    CiiHIn* Vi Services in Koreat Mills.
    N.V I :U.. : -i.i.
    newman. Alexander .i. ;'.. ,.f isel
    SW Mih .'!.. ,11. ,1 Max s RIv. dc
    SANDERS, Kil.-.-n DuehOn, died In
    1.1,- Anirafi she waa the wife oi
    i M- i lerald s iihI, i h < iordon
    SLOFSKY. I.-. ,ir. M. ..f I 7..m |:.,x |[il .
    died May 1 s. r> \,,.- in s v..-.' Blae-
    in-'-'-
    POX. Aaron, S, af i':::ni SW 16th Ter.
    Gottlieb. Mrs, Shirley, SI, ,.f 250
    s.-ixii-.-- in Chicago Newman,
    Collins Ax, Service* in New fork
    ' lonlon
    LEVENTHAL. Mi- Annn, 71. of 730
    Mli l-n;,in Ax. Riverside
    MOLDOFF. Mi- I'.iuline. 7s. of 1 7lT.
    SW HUli Axe, i Iordon.
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
    COUNTY IN CHANCERC
    No. 64C 5193
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    i .i.iil; r..-.t' h. i 'altfornla
    V.iii. K.liii. i..-.- Shlpp, are hi ri hy
    notified thai .i Bill ul Complaint foi
    I iix.,1,-.- has hei i filed agalnsi
    and > "ii -I to serve a oppy
    of >-..in- An-xx i or Pleading ti the
    Bill ol Complnlnl on the I'lalnl
    .iiiirn.'x. An*.'.' R Eerdle, Suite
    203-204, 2315 .- W I..-.I.-..... Road,
    Coral i Indies, r*k ila :::i::i. and file
    tin original Answer oi lan*arllng In
    the oft let of tli.- I'jerk of the Circuit
    "..mi mi .,1 lii fi re iin- i:nli ii.i> <
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    lue on Beach
    ne Ormandy and the I'hil
    Orchestra return to the
    usic scene for the first
    five >ear this Saturday
    |m : -. at Miami Beach Auditor
    | an o|>en-to the public con-
    I 11rin-4 pianist Susan Starr.
    \1. >tarr. a 22-year-oW Phila-
    It'll-- 1 and winner of a coveted
    lew prize award at the 1962
    lonal Tchaikovsky Piano
    tompe'.tion m Moscow, will per-
    I'rm i-i't'thoven's Piano Concerto
    Po 4 G.
    Tht najor orchestral work on
    t" i gnm will be Rachmani-
    Mfs s>mphon> No. 2 in E minor.
    D0tfa tion. Vocali-e." is the opening
    Mectii i or. the program.
    When your family
    celebrates a Special
    Family Occasion-
    Welcome Wagon Calls
    |Whcn your fimily celebrates a
    ixtcemh birthday, announces
    an engagement or the birth of
    I new baby, or moves to a new
    home, your Welcome Wagon
    Hustcss will call with a basket
    IOf gifts...md friendly greetings
    I from the religious,
    jan jour commuuity
    Still Small Voice
    Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. of
    Temple N't-r Tamid. hosted The
    Still Small Voice'" television pro-
    gram over Cbi 7 on Sunday. 10
    a.m.. assisted by Cantor Saul H.
    Breeh and the Temple adult choir.
    Beach Student
    Wins Top Youth
    Award Here
    Michael Herbert Eisman. ninth
    grade student at Ida Fisher Jun-
    ior High School, received the
    "Youth of the Month" award pre-
    sented by the Kxecutlve Club of
    Miami Beach.
    Michael was honored at a lunch-
    eon meetirg Apr. 30, at the Em-
    bers Restaurant.
    The award presentation was
    made by Di Jerome Berke. chair
    man of the Awards Committee.
    1 Dr. Fred Bergman, president,
    introduced the guest speaker. Gab-
    riel Heatter. whose topic was "A
    Better World for the Youth of To-
    day."
    The Executive Club Award is
    based on character, scholarship,
    school service, and leadership.
    Young Eisman is president of
    the National Honor Society. He
    has served on the Student Council
    and is active in school sports. He
    was sports editor of the school
    newspaper ar.d staff member of
    the yearbook. Journal of Opinion,
    and an anthology of the arts,
    Apollo. He was voted best journ-
    a list for 1963-64 and has been
    chosen "Most Likely to Succeed"
    by his classmates and teachers.
    He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Leo Eisman. 1225 Lenox Ave..
    Miami Beach
    Jock Satin, 87
    Passes Away
    Founder and honorary life vice
    president of the Hebrew Aead-
    < my. L J. (Jack) Satin, 87. of
    328 Euclid Ave died May 6.
    Satin came here 38 years ago
    irom I'tica. X.Y., and at the time
    of his retirement fonr years ago.
    was a Dade County tax appraiser.
    Founder, past president and
    hnonorry life president of Beth
    Jacob Congregation, Safin was
    member of Miami Elks Lodge
    948, American Legion, Spanish
    War Veterans, Jewish War Vet-
    erans and Veterans of Foreign
    War*.
    Survivors include his wife. Mrs.
    Rose V. Satin; a son Daniel G..
    both of Miami Beach; a daughter.
    Mrs. Trudy M. Harris, of South
    Miami; and four grandchildren.
    Services were held May 6 in the
    Riverside Memorial Chapel. Alton
    Rd.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    N"iii'i-: is iii-:i:i-:i;v civkn thai
    ill,- mid. -r-ic ii-il i.--i i Inn to ..iiUHRr In
    l.iisni.-.-* 11ul. i- il,,. fletitlne* mini, i.f
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    reverently cared for
    surroundings for our
    departed loved ones are
    a source of very real
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    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    NO. 63182
    IN RE Rail......t
    wii.i.u: cook .wii.i.ii: C i
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    TO Al.l. CRBOITOIlH AND W.I.
    pi:i:s"\s having I't.Ai.Ms ort DB-
    MANI'S AllAINST SAID KSTATK:
    Vim :ir,- hereby notified anil re-
    quired lo preaenl any clalma and iV-
    manda arhleh vu max- hava ai;ain>i
    the .Mai.- ..f wil.Uil-: COOK (WIL-
    LIE C.) iW.i'.i l-:i.l.is. ileeaaaiH I'l-
    of Cumberland County, Noftn i'.h"-
    iliiii. t.. iin- Count) .IuiIk.-s "f I'.ui-
    County, and file the nnu in ,lnpll-
    ,ti.I al |.i-'xm1.-iI In s.-i-ilnn 7:;
    l lorMa Statute*, In their offteea In
    the County Courthouse In l***!*- Coun-
    ty, Kim i'lii. xviiliin ata ciiU-iiiiar monthi*
    from tin lime of the rfral pwblteetlon
    hereof, "i Hi same xxili be Hatred
    DATED at Miami. I'mle i'..iinu.
    Florida, llii^ !-'lli 'lax "f Max All,
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    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 6270S-B
    IN RE Batate --f
    I lAVII' I'lllt.l.ll'S
    I.,-, ..,--.I
    NOTICE OF PROBATE
    THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
    TO Ai.i. 1'HHSONH i.\Ti:iii>Ti:i'
    IN THE i:sTA'l'l-: ol-' S.\1l> DECE-
    DENT
    Vi.ii are herein imiifiert that a xx
    i.ii m-iiiiin.nT pueportnta '" ba the
    Ihm xx iii and teetaMSnl of .-mill ili-ee-
    ,1,-ni hae been admitted to protMfe In
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    from 11"- date if the flral ptibllentlon
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    NOTICE UNOER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    N'ottCE is iii:im-:i'.v UIVEN that
    Hi.- im.l. i>|ijii.-.i. aeairtnc i,. e,iaK in
    ini-in.> under the fletltlnue name
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    -al.l name xxlih the Clerk of ihe
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    NOTICE IS HERKKY UIVEN that
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    if the I'n,ini Court ol i'.ui, County,
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    IRVINU CVI'R.N LAW ul 'l-'li'KS
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    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 60706-C
    IN RE i:-: .ii !
    i: .- : SOSKIN
    I'.-. IM .1
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DISCHARGE
    NOTICE la hereby given thai I have
    t'lh-d my h'inal Report and Petition
    for Distribution and Pintri Diet bain
    i- A.lminiMi al'i- of Ih.- estate "f
    ::i'SC SOJIKIN, deceaaedM ..ml thai
    on III^ 15th day of Inn.-. II'M. will
    apply to ih- Honorable County Jufbjat
    . I l>i,l.- Cotmty, l-lorhla. fn- .i|ilin\:il
    .'I wild Kinal Repiirt and fur ili.-n i-
    iniiinii mill I'inii wlaeliunae aa Aiimln-
    latrator of the ,-iiiite of the abori
    named dei-edent. TMa ISth day "f
    Max. i:".i
    Ji'SII RKPHt'N
    Admlrdatrator
    l.is'll RRPHl'N
    Attorney
    i ." \\ ushlnaton a \.-
    Miami Ueai-li, i |.ul.i,
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    CERTIFICATE OF
    CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
    IN THE NAME AND BY THE
    AUTHORITY OF THE
    STATE OF FLORIDA
    TO Al.l. TI > x\ l|iM THESE PRE-
    SENTS SIIAI.I. i ''Mi:. UREETINllS
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    cis. miami. hUdilDAi did "ii the
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    to lie in, hi i.i.r.i .i under i lie I .u .
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    AMI SI'RINOS. DAOE 'I N'I'V. m
    thi Stati .I I lo Ida, and whereas
    such eoriMiratioii did on the 2lh day
    "I" April, AH. IVC4, I use in be filed
    in the iiffi,-,- of ih,- s.-. i-.-iaix ,.f Utate
    uf the Suite ..; h'li>rlda, the ilocumen -
    i.irx authoritj n quired ninl. i -
    '."_:. I'l..rid.i Statutes, showing the
    dissolution ,.f Huch rorptiratlon.
    Now, therefore, the Secretary,
    State doe* heretr, certify i" the fore-
    Rolnc and thai he I* satisfied that
    the requirement* of the law have
    In t-n ciimnlled wttl
    IN witnisv \\ HBRBOK. I h 'x.
    h' reunto set my hand and havi
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    si-ii.. ol Elorida, al Tallah
    the Capital, thin the r\\r\TY-
    Ni.N'Tll ,lnv of APRIL, A l> i".n
    I' >M ADAMS
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    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NtiTICE is HKRKRY UIVIfN that
    ht undershrneil ileslrlnat i" .-.. .
    business un.lt-i the fli tltioui
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    with the Clerk ol the Circuit iniiri
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    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 62579-C
    IN RE INi.il,. ..I
    wii.i.ii: ii i i:\vis
    11. cents ,|
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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    sn.l I'll.- the -am. In thetr nfflcee in
    ih. Courtly Courthouoa In IhUSa Coun-
    ty, Elorida, within -i\ calender months
    from the date the first inii'lli-ati..n
    hi-rt-i'i'. .-I the >:'int- xx-iii in- burred,
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    "Jewish Floridian
    Mian-,., Florida. Friday. May 15. 1964
    Section C
    Newly-elected officers of the Tolner Social
    Club are shown at their recent installation af-
    : al the Seville Hotel. The club consists
    of former residents and their descendants of
    the Ukrainian Town of Tolna. Left to right are
    loseph Fine, chairman of the Israel Projects
    mittoe; Abe Zailen. chairman of the In*
    . .Haticn affair; Mis. David Goodman, treas-
    urer; Meyer Sigal, vice president; Max Fier-
    man. associate treasurer; Mrs. Ann Otchet,
    secretary; and Sam Rappaporl, president. Mr.
    Fierman and Mrs. Otchet hold plaques pre-
    sented to them for outstanding service to the
    club. Gil Rappaport, executive director of the
    Southeast Region of the Zionist Organization of
    America, was installing officer.
    i lected to office for the coming year in the Roaring 20s, the
    young adult singles clrb of the Miami YMHA. are standinq
    :t to right) Myron Beck, treasurer; Jerry Rubin, second vice
    president; Fred Cohen, first vice president; Sid Ehrens, pres-
    dent. Seated (left to right) are Ann Shires, corresponding
    tary; and Sharon Segal, recording secretary.
    Roaring 20's
    Elect Officers
    The Roaring 20s. the young
    adult tingles group of the Miami
    YMHA, announces the election ot
    officers and Board of Directors
    for the coming year. They are
    . follow -
    Sid Ehrens, president; Fred
    Cohen, first vice president; Jer-
    rj Rubin, second vice president,
    Sharon Segal, recording secretary;
    Ann Shires, corresponding secre-
    tary; Myron Beck, treasurer
    Elected to the Board of Dire<
    tors wen Mark Danzig. Bill
    i ..in, Carol Gershenoff, Karelyn
    Kagan, Jack Kesser, Sandy Kram-
    er, Sue Mishkin. Diane Tauber,
    Vfarianna Youngerman.
    The Roaring 20a meet on Thurs-
    . i; .;n p m at the
    Miami YMHA Branch. 450 S\V
    16th Ave, Program tor the month
    of May will include a social
    square dance party held Man 7;
    the celebration of the i6th anni-
    versary of the state ot Israel, with
    a guest speaker, on May 14; a Ri-
    viera Night with games and prizes
    on May 21; and a llootenanny Cof-
    fee House on May 26
    Beth Jacob
    Elects Officers
    Congregation Beth Jacob held
    it? annual election of officers
    here recently.
    Morris B. Frank, president,
    Aaron Lerner. first vice president,
    .Morris Krevat, second vice presi-
    dent, Louis Baida, financial secre-
    tary, and Harvey Tendler, record-
    ing secretary, were unanimously
    reelected for another year.
    Two motions were unanimously
    passed, electing Marcie Liberman,
    lormer mayor and councilman, as
    lite treasurer, and Jacob C. Coh-
    en elected as honorary life mem-
    ber.
    The following were appointed to
    serve on the Board of Directors:
    Samuel Breslow, Ben Cohen, Ben-
    ny Cohen, Isaac Cohen, Joseph
    Cohen, Samuel Deutch. Joseph
    Dube, Morris Edelstein, Abe
    Eisenberg, Judge Mai Englander,
    Samuel Fisch, Hon. Bernard A.
    Prank) Ben B. Gaines. Joseph
    Gardner, Harry Genet. Lipa Ge-
    witz, Max D Goldhagen, Max
    Goldstein. Isak Gottlieb, Samuel
    Kaplan. William Kline. David
    Krevat.
    Sol Krevat. Ben Lerner. Louis
    Makovsky. Sam L Matz, Harry
    Matz. Jo>eph Miller. Philip Nemi
    icivsky. Joseph Keisman. Dai.
    Roth, William Rubin, Rabbi A. J.
    Safra, Abe Schoenfeld. Israel
    Schultz, George Schwartz. Sam |
    Schwartz, Morns Segal, Loui-
    Sharkin. Harry Shapiro. Harry J. j
    Sou, stole Tendrich, Sol Thaler.
    .Max Thurston, Morris Machhold-1
    er, Louis Wasserman, and Jack!
    Anchor
    Honorarj presidents arc Morris
    B Frank. William G. Mechanic. |
    Leo Mayer, Jack Satin and Davio
    Whitman
    Installation ot the new officer:
    will be held durum the second da>
    of Shavout services by Rabbi
    llbor H. Stern, spiritual leader Of
    the congregation
    MOMtlS I. FRANK
    Presentation of a plague honoring the outgoing president of
    the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami was a highlight of the or-
    ganization's 13th annual dinner last week at the Kings
    Bay Yacht and Country Club. A. Budd Cutler (right) receives
    the plague upon his completion of a three-year term as "Y"
    president by Leon Kaplan (left), vice president of the National
    Jewish Welfare Board and past president of the Greater Mi-
    ami "Y."
    Temple Israel
    Registration Now
    Registration for the Religious
    School of Temple Israel of Great-
    er Miami will begin at the earliest
    date in many years, it was an-
    nounced this week by Cantor
    Jacob G. Bornstein, director of
    education
    "The early date of public school
    opening, as well as the High Holy
    Days in September, could very
    I well create a problem if Religious
    ' School registration is delayed too
    , long." according to Cantor Born
    stain. Temple Israel members
    this week received registration
    forma in the mail for the 1964-65
    school year which begins the
    weekend of Sept. 12 to 13.
    "In addition, children who will
    be going to Religious School for
    the first time will be permitted
    to register now," said Cantor
    I Bornstein.
    Sinai Marking
    Hospital Week
    A patient spends nail as much
    time and gets belter faster toda>
    , i ,i hospital than he did :t years
    o, Samuel Gertner, executiv*
    reel it "i M unl Sanai Hospital.
    said thi- week on the opening ol
    National Hospital Week, Maj ll
    to 16
    Mount Sinai Hospital is joining
    other hospitals throughout the
    nation in observing National Hos-
    pital Week, held annually during
    the week of Florence Nightingale's
    birthday On May 12 The week ll
    sponsored by the American HOS
    pital Association to give indivi-
    duals an opportunity to learn
    more about the hospitals in their
    community.
    Mount Sinai celebrated the
    weak with a special "Open
    House" for the public on Tues-
    day morning at 10 a.m. Tours,
    led by members of the Women's
    Auxiliary, were conducted
    throughout the hospital showing
    many facets of the institution.
    Noted Teachers
    Are Honored
    Two national "Jewish Teachers
    of the Year." honored by the
    American Association of Jewish
    Education, addressed a general
    membership meeting of the Bu-
    reau of Jewish Education on Tues-
    day, 8:15 p.m.. in the Auditorium
    >1 Temple Menorah.
    Harr y I'erach Kwitney and
    Isaiah Adler. the two 'Teachers
    of the Year." saluted the He-
    ji-ew teachers of Greater Miami
    jl the Bureau's national celebra-
    tion ot Yom HaMoreh. Jewish
    reachers Day. Kwitney is now
    caching at the Hebrew Academy
    and Adler. retired, is teaching
    idull studies at Temple Emanu-
    21.
    Joseph Cohen, president of the
    Bureau, distributed Certifi-
    cates cf Honor to 21 Hebrew
    teachers who have given seven
    years of service to the commun-
    ity.
    Judge Frederick Barad. chair-
    .nan ol the Bureau s Board of
    icense, distributed Hebrew
    acker licenses, granted during
    .he school year l93-ti4 Cantor
    ihraham Seif, ol Knesetta Israel
    Jongregation. presented a mus-.
    cal interlude.
    The meeting also included
    the eleotion of officers "f the Bu-
    eau and action on an amendment
    u Bureau bylaw-, and a report
    heard on tin- building pro
    gram Ol the Bureau by Ben Zion
    linsburg, chairman ot the Build-
    .:.. i ommittee
    Louis Schwartzman, executive
    lirector of the Bureau, directed
    .he program session of the meet
    :llg.
    Blood Bank
    At Beth David
    A mobile blood bank unit of
    .Mount Sinai Hospital was m-
    -talled in the Social Hall of Beth
    David Congregation on Sunday
    morning Irom 9 to 12 noon.
    Under the sponsorship of the
    Beth David Men's Club, all mem-
    ber- of Beth David and their
    families between the ages of 18
    and 60 were urged to become blood
    donors by giving a pint M blood
    The Men's Club served break-
    last to all donors
    Services, drugs and methods of
    patient care that were unknown a
    few years ago have helped re-
    duce the average stay of a pat- Art I l PflderS
    lent, Gertner explained.
    Although costs of "hospital care
    have risen. Gertner believe- tin-
    patient is getting "a bargain"
    with the advanced methods em-
    ployed today in hospitals. "The
    patient is made more comfort-
    able, recovers faster and returns
    to his normal daily routine soon-
    er.'' he added
    HOLIDAY WIL1 BE OBSERVED HERE SUNDAY AND MONDAY
    What is Your Score in the Shavuoth Quiz Box?
    By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
    I why is it especially customary to
    at dairy foods on Shavuoth?
    The author of the Kol Bo ex-
    Plains that the reason for eating
    loods on Shavuoth is be-
    lt is the anniversary of
    'lie Revelation of the Torah which
    tUM been compared to Milk and
    Money He infers this from the
    verse In the Bible (Song of Song-.
    1.11) which states "Honey and
    Milk are under thy tongue." An-
    other medieval commentator bases
    the practice upon the Hebrew
    initials of the Bible phrase "when
    ' > e bring a new meal offering unto
    the Lord (in your Feast of Wfek-i
    (Num. 28:26) which spell out the
    word "Mechalav" (from milk
    Some authorities contend that
    this wa- a means of remembering
    that, at the occasion of the Revela-
    tion' of the Torah. the laws of
    ritual slaughter (Shechita) were
    given to the people of Israel. This
    iio.int that the meat that remain
    i i In their possession from earlier
    days was not permissible, since
    it had not been slaughtered prop
    crly Thus they could eat only
    dairy that day.
    There are commentaries that ex-
    plain the custom on the basis of
    Continued on Page 4-C
    Press Rights Bill
    Burnett Roth, Florida regional
    chairman of the Anti-Defamation
    League, Morton L. Annis, Tampa
    industrialist, and Nate Perlmut-
    ter. outgoing Florida ADL direc-
    tor, were among 132 representa-
    tives of the League representing
    30 states who met in Washington.
    DC. last week to counsel U.S.
    Senators on the pending civil
    rights bill
    Sen. Hubert Humphrey, who is
    guiding the legislation through
    the Senate, speaking before the
    ADL representatives, called this
    "the most impressive and im-
    portant single group of busincs-
    nien to appear in Washington in
    behalf of the civil rights bill."
    Appointments were made for
    the visitors to meet with their re
    spective Senators, who were urg-
    ed toward early passage of the
    hill "to insure peace and tran
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    Page 2-C
    vjewlst ncridian
    Friday. May 15. 1964
    .
    Junior Auxiliary
    Elects Officers
    j Judge Irving Cypen installed
    i newly-elected President Mrs
    George Israel at a Junior Auxil-
    iary of the Home for Aged lunch-
    eon meeting recently at the Deau-
    villa Hotel.
    Outgoing president. Mrs. Bart-
    hold Strauss, gave the annual re-
    port, and a large group ol new
    life members was honored
    Reservations chairman was Mrs
    C'oleman Glover
    Norton Pallot (right), chairman of United Fund's Automotive
    and Accessories Section, and Sam Luby Jr. (left), receive
    awards on behalf of Miami Auto Dealers from Sidney D. An-
    sin, 1964 campaign chairman of United Fund. The young
    business executives were honored "for their successful efforts
    in behalf of the campaign." Pallot heads the Norton Tire Com-
    pany, nation's largest B.F. Goodrich dealer, and Luby is pres-
    ident of Luby Chevrolet.
    Special Awards Presented
    Honorary certificates and spec-
    ial awards were distributed dur-
    ing Temple Sinai Religious School
    closing exercises on Sunday morn-
    ing at 11 a.m.
    Opti-Mrs. Club Holds Election
    Judge Jason Berkman was
    -nest speaker at the Opti-Mrs.
    Club of Miami Beach luncheon
    meeting on Tuesday at the Bar-
    celona Hotel.
    Scheduled on the business
    agenda conducted by President
    Mrs. Murray Sonnet were end-ot-
    t he-year committee reports, fol-
    lowed bv election of officers for
    1964-65
    Slate included Mrs. Louis Pil
    zt-r. president; Mrs. Seymour Sil
    verm*!), Mrs. Jerry Lindenbaum
    Mrs. Leonard Platt, vice presi
    dents; Mrs. Irving Kern, cor
    responding secretary; Mrs. Frank
    Nankin, recording secretary; Mrs
    Bill Click, social secretary; Mrs
    Sam Hirsch. treasurer.
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    Friday. May 15. 1964
    ?iw/if ncrlcfictn
    Page 3-C
    Shavuoth is the Harvest of a Sacred Revelation
    By OAVID SCHWARTZ
    \h uncle liked to simplify things.
    Shavuoth, he Midi >s a harvest
    festival but it is also the festival
    of the Revelation of the Torah on
    Alt Sinai It '> two things
    \|> uncle said Jewi like to do
    ;o things ;:t one time. The fa-
    mous Rabbi of Berditchev. he
    -ill. talking to God once, pointed
    |o a .leu who was dawning (Sty*
    ing hi" prayers) and at the same
    time greasing the axis of the
    heels on his wagon. "Look.
    I ord and see. where do we find
    such a people who, even when
    liny are uorkin. do not forget
    you?"
    My uncle said, you often see
    Jews like that, praying to God
    and at the same time talking to
    others. One word to the Lord and ,
    the other to his wife and Chil-
    dren.
    The reason for this habit, my;
    uncle said, is no doubt hereditary.
    We started out Being a people in
    a hurry. The Jews had to pack,
    b^ke matzoth, and start going to
    the Promised Land in the middle
    of the night. A person who could
    do only one thing at a time
    would have been lost. That's
    where we got the habit.
    Moses took the people into the
    Wilderness, lie had made them
    independent But. my uncle said,
    Moses saw that the people needed
    a constitution So they stopped
    a: Mt. Sinai.
    It's not always bad to be in a
    hurry, said my uncle. When you
    have to do several things at one,
    time, you develop a kind of agil-
    ity, like a juggler, and you learn
    to reduce things to the essentials.
    Sc the Ten Commandments, the
    constitution given at Mt. Sinai,
    was brief. Don't commit murder,
    don't bear false witness, don't
    steal. The rights of labor were
    Trio to Serve On Committee
    Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
    Mdney Lefcourt and Arthur S.'
    Rosichan, prominent Jewish com-
    munal leaders of Miami, will
    serve on the Program Committee
    lor the 1964 General Assembly of
    the Council of Jewish Federations
    .Mid Welfare Funds, it was an-1
    ""iinced by Louis Stern, of New
    ark, CJFWF president.
    Mrs. Joseph Cohen, of New Or-
    l- in-, is chairman of the commit-
    lee Lavy If. Becker, of Mon-
    treal, and Lilian! I. Levy, of St.
    Louis, are vice chairmen.
    Myers, first president of the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
    is a past president of the Council
    of Jewish Federations and Wel-
    fare Funds, and Mrs. Myers
    serves on many important nation-
    al committees of the Council.
    Lefcourt is completing his sec-
    ond term as president of the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
    the organization which Rosichan
    serves as executive director.
    protected with a weekly day ol
    rest. Even an animal had to have
    Ins day of rest. Moses also guar-
    anteed the civil rights of minori-
    ties Don't oppress the strang
    (i"." he said, "for ye were strang-
    ers in the land of Egypt "
    The people ratified the consti-
    tution by saying: "All these
    things which have been com-
    manded, we will do and we will
    hearken." They should have said,
    according to grammar, we will
    hearken and we will do. Hearken
    comes from doing. But the rab-
    bis pointed out with psychological
    insight that this is to teach us
    that action always comes first.
    When the Jews settled down in
    the Promised Land, most of them
    became farmers; since Moses had
    made the constitution so simple,
    there wasn't much need for law-
    yers, so Shavuoth also became a
    harvest festival. The people also
    realized that, if the laws were
    good and were followed, the crops
    were good also and there was
    prosperity The two things in the
    end became one.
    The real question, my uncle
    said, is why do we eat blintzes
    he said, explained that we eat
    dairy food on Shavuoth because on
    this holiday, when we review our
    God. "God," he said, "you are
    the King of the world and a King
    must rule with justice and law.
    but on Shavuoth. you are our
    Torah. aje as little children hacher and \w are voyj ..school
    reviewing their school lessons. children, and then we may come
    The Bereditchever Rebbe on to you and ask easier lor forgive-
    Shavuoth. my uncle said, spoke to ness."
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    PjfewfeA Fk>rJ(ffor>
    Paqe 5-C
    recent installation ceremonies of the Women's Cancer
    iague of Miami Beach, which devotes its efforts to cancer
    Li rch at Mt. Sinai Hospital, are (left to right) vice presidents.
    |is Georqe Lewis. Mrs. Melvyne Sommers. Mrs. Joseph Se-
    Bl installing officer, Mrs. lean C. Lehman; president, Mrs.
    irome Rado; and vice presidents, Mrs. Leon Manheimer and
    Ls. Harold Soglovitz. __^_
    ealth Fair
    It Temple Israel
    H)), nth annual Mental Health
    it ..- held all day Wednesday
    temple Urael.
    Ik one-day event featured
    discussions, lectures, ex-
    ' lilms and a dramatization
    mi hial health problems, ac-
    i to Mrs. Robert C. Hector.
    Irman.
    I in it- sixth year. the Fair
    i nit of the Mental Health
    let} "i Greater Miami, a Unit-
    Fund agency. Admission is
    all events on the program.
    ir. Ivan Berltin, of Coral
    ibles. gave the keynote
    Id.ess at 9 a.m. Panel dis
    ,iions included such topics as
    vereating," "Communication
    tween Husband and Wife,"
    'roblems of the Normal Child,"
    nterfaith Marriages" and
    lew Views on Alcoholism."
    Irving as panelists and lectur-
    were medical doctors, psy-
    htrtsts, psychologists, mental
    Tlth specialists, religious and
    nmunity leaders
    tuest speaker was Dr. Povi
    issieng talked on "Love
    |rraining in Child Psychiatry at
    Menninger Foundation's Chil-
    kr. s Division.
    foussieng will talk on 'Love
    Hate in Childhood Develop-
    In t A fellow of the American
    1! iychiatric Association, he
    a hieved national recognition
    hi- work in the field of emo
    y disturbed children.
    fen the Fair Committee with
    Hector were Dr Richard
    ki Mrs Robert E Albury. Mi-
    ll: n Mornson and Mrs. Roy
    rheme of the Fair was 'Man
    |ain-t Himself "
    Proceeds for Building
    Proceeds from Temple Beth
    Shiran Sisterhood Auction held in
    the Social Hall on Saturday, at 8
    p.m., are earmarked for the new
    educational building.
    held in the Social Hall on Satur-
    day, at 8 p.m.. are earmarked for
    the new educational building.
    Beth David
    Youth in Party
    Beth David Young Adults
    launched the summer season with
    a splash party and weiner roast
    at the Lombardy Hotel on Satur-
    day night.
    All young adults from 20 to 35
    participated in the evening, which
    included swimming and dancing.
    Beth Shiran Men
    Elect Weiss
    Head of Club
    Sherburt S Weiss, young attorn-
    ey, will head the Brotherhood of
    Ti mple Beth Shiran and will be
    formal!) installed at an anniver-
    sary dinner dance on Saturday,
    June 6. at the temple
    Weiss, born in Akron. O has
    been admitted to iioth the Ohio
    and Florida Bar- He is a grad-
    uate of Ohio Northern University
    and studied at both Youngstown
    College and Miami University in
    Oxord, 0.
    During the war years, he served
    for 13 months in the South Pacific-
    Theatre. He is married to the
    firmer Lcnore Caplan, of Detroit,
    and the couple have two sons. Jef-
    frey 9. and Dp#1 6 They live at
    7300 SW 135th Ter.
    The Brotherhood has assumed
    the faculty budget of the Religious
    School and has planned a series
    of social and cultural meetings
    for the summer months and
    monthly breakfasts throughout the
    SlltKBURI rVfISS
    Home Decorator Ideas
    Home decorator Lillian Cortes
    presented ideas for wall cover-
    ings at a regular meeting of
    Miami Chapter. National Chil-
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    day. 1 p.m.. in the Charter Ro< m
    Of the hospital. 147S NW 12th Ave.
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    Among members of the liquor industry attending the Com-
    bined Jewish Appeal brunch at Westview Country Club are
    (left to right) Dr. Milton I. Feidelman and co-chairmen Jay
    Weiss, both of Florida Beverage Corp. Co-Chairman Leo A.
    Chaikin. of Weinkles Liquor Stores: and guest speaker, Victor
    A. Fischel. of Victor A. Fischel and Associates. Not shown is
    Co-Chairman Jerry Halpern. of Atlantic Liquor. The brunch
    raised SI6.725, a 15 percent increase over the previous cam-
    paign.
    Liquor Division Meets for CJA
    Some 70 leaders of the Liquor
    Division of the Combined Jewish
    Appeal met for a brunch at West-
    view Country Club recently to
    raise over $16,725 for the divi-
    sion drive
    Victor A Fischel. a 35-year vet-
    eran of the Seagram organisation,
    and one of the most widely-known
    members of the industry, both as
    a business and philanthropic lead
    er. was guest speaker.
    Fischel was introduced by Jay
    Weiss, of Florida Beverage
    Corp., co-chairmen of the di-
    vision with Leo A. Chaikin, of
    Weinkles Liquor Stores, end Jer-
    For the man
    on the go!
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    re. next i v Hy South
    Centre
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    SOUTH
    CENTRAL
    AIRLINES, INC.
    ry Halpern, of Atlantic Liquor
    Co.
    A founder of the New York
    United Jewish Appeal campaign
    and one of the Qrsl chairmen of
    :t* Wine and Spirits Division, as
    well as a leader in almost every
    well-known philanthropy in the
    New York area. Fischel related
    the plight of Jewish men. women
    and children throughout the world
    seeking resettlement in Israel
    and in lands free from oppres
    sion in all corners of the globe,
    Co-Chairman Leo A Chaiken and
    Federation Executive Director
    Arthur S Rosichan discussed local
    needs supported by the one annual
    Combined Jewish Appeal
    Seagrams Names
    Vice President
    And Sales Mg'c
    r C Welfa -
    vice president and general
    manager I Seagi Distillers
    Company, it is announced b>
    Hive vice president Bernard

    Wells who had bei i
    r Calvert Dis-
    mpan>
    seph E Seagram & Sons
    will move from Chicag to Sea-
    gram St York headquarters
    The appointment of Wells, who
    had been a key member of Tab-
    bat's sales team during the let-
    ter's tenure as executive vice
    president of Calvert, follows by
    a week the announcement that
    Tabbat would head the Seagram
    organization.
    Seagram Distillers Com|
    vhich he now joins, is the larg-
    i lales company of Joseph h
    Seagram 4 Sons. Inc. marketing
    Seagram > 7-Crown. Seagram'^
    V.O., Seagra:
    and Seagram'- Extra Dry Gin.
    Wells, who entered the liquor
    business in 1946 with a
    In Man-lard, has held Ci
    Sales positions for more th
    years He h.....
    tral, East) i States
    Division
    A native of Bjium' n W Is
    kft John Hopkins
    1941 to enlist a- a pri'
    army Aftei
    advanced to Lieu)
    Field Artillery takii
    four camps -'
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    May 15
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    Plans Expansion
    Workmen are now demolishing
    a build;:.- behind CitJ National
    Rank of Miami in preparation lor
    ., six -lory. SI 1 million addition
    that will bring the building at 2.r
    I..... 12 storii
    .<: bj Archi-
    tect Herbert \ Matbea to match
    architecture oi
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    Judea Reelects
    Gelernter Prexy
    Herbert Gelernter. 3406 Granada
    Blvd. v\as reelected president of
    Temple Judea on Sunday
    Other officers and Board of
    Trustees for 1964-65 are
    Joseph Krefetz. first vice pres-
    ident; Victor Reiter. second vice
    president: Sol Schreiber. secre-
    tary: Joseph Klein. trea>urer:
    Charles Adler. Mervyn Ames, Dr
    George Balber. Max Deakter
    Louis Ea-ton. Charles Finkelstein.
    Melvin Harrison. Richard Hor-
    v ich. Harold Jaffer, Le>jnard Kal-
    i-h. Dr Elia* Kogan. Albert Kro
    rowitz. Dr David Seitlin. Dr
    Jess Spirer. Alfred Swiren, Frank
    Toback Ralph Turner, and Dr
    Eernard Yesner.
    In>taIlation will be neld in the
    Temple on Saturday evening. June
    13. followed by a reception and
    dance
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    May 15. 1964
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    Page 7-C
    LEGAL NOTICE
    |Hc COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
    I AND fn DADE COUNTY.
    FLORID V IN PROBATE
    NO M*44-C

    |, INTK.N NON I'-' MAKE
    I ,s I i 'i: DISTRIBUTION
    \\s ,v u. IHSCHARUE
    i (iveii thai l
    I, i nal Report .....I Pell- I
    1 .....i Final i'i-
    iv ..i the eetati <
    and that on
    L \,., i HI, Mill appl) |
    . ;i si, 11111 > Judaea ol
    i liproval .'i I
    : dlsti Ibutiun ,
    Executrix ol
    nami -I .....
    >f April. IW4.
    I It, HAXNA
    : \.. irix
    J.sCII
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    l\ M.I.I
    IhE ClRCU'T COURT OF THE
    I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN CHANCERY
    No. olC -3022
    K- [II VNVU,
    My&w
    BY HENRY LEONARD

    i: iiiaXi '
    . mian:
    p|.| ilK IIIAXI '< l
    . \Aelllli
    ;i :i\. New Vork
    AKK HKREBY notified thai .1
    |;. [Hvoi ca has n (Had
    nl v .-ii are hi by re-
    -. v. u cop) "( > "in .1 nsw ei
    <>ni|il mil on Hit Plaintiff'
    VII 1 Mil: W. KAHLICK,
    . -. 1- 921 S W I lih Htreet,
    : 1. .in.1 file the original
    I 1 iii the office of the
    1 :\--\ nth Judii mi Dude County. Florida on
    . si h da) "i June, 1964, In
    m in.-ii ii'. 'omplalnt will |
    un psed b) > ou.
    ! ".|h da) < Ma). I964.
    II LEA THERMAN
    I the 1 in ill Court
    It) 1' i' 1 111 i:i. \m >
    Deput) Clerk
    : i i 22-
    "Hurry up and hop on, Sam, of
    we'll be late for Minchal"
    Copr. 14. Ooymi ProdmHsst

    tl T COURT. I1TH JUDICIAL
    .IT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
    IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 401
    ivi.-hx.

    I'AVISOS
    Till till
    |OTICE BY PUBLICATION
    W.FRED C. DAVISON. Real-
    .now ii. are notified t.. -.-i \
    1 your answ er to Dlvorca
    f li- .1 ..t 1 n-i you in Plain-
    may, IIBOIWIE NI'll' ILAK,
    13th Avr .Miami. Flit., uii.l
    [.. Ins w i..i Clerk Un- Court
    Rii'Iiti' June 6th 16*4, otherwise
    |lnt will !.. i "ill- --.- il v you
    fl-:ii Mas :.. 1964
    : H LEATHERMAN
    l- ik of the Circuit Cout 1
    lly: C. P rol'Kl.AM'
    11.-|. ity ('lerk
    ". 8-IS-22-29
    NOTICE UNDER
    F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
    :; IS HEREBY OIVEN that
    sned desiring to sngags In
    1 -.iii.i, ih.- fii tltloui name of
    TTE CERAMICS at MM Ha)
    Til. Miami Baach. Flor-
    to register said name with
    s ..f the Circuit Court "i Da*
    Florida,
    LOUISE P. MARN
    Bole 1 oar
    VIIm rt. Weiss & l.> oil!
    1 Applicant
    1 lagler Street
    ...i.i
    S/g-1 l-SJ-U
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NiiTH'K 18 WI.KI. 1: Y tilVKX that
    the undersigned, desiring t" engage in
    business under Ihe fictitious name "f
    ROTAI, ISI.i: VPARTMBNTS al 1903
    East Drive, Harbor laland, North Baj
    Village Intend to registet raid name
    with Un 'lei k -I the ''in mi '"in I "(
    I '."I. 1 '..nut \. FI01 Ida
    hvman KlltKNF.lt
    ii> \ kirsker
    1 1 1:1 a inkfs
    Attorneys for H).....n 41 Ida Klrsner
    ;. s-i.'.-22-29
    LEGAL NOTICE
    CIRCUIT COURT. I1TH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
    IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 4984
    GENE MARTIN DENNETT,
    Plaintiff,
    VS.
    PEARL BENNETT,
    Defendant.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    Y' PEARL IIENXET I'. Resl-
    denca Cnkoawn, are notified t" aarva
    a copy of vi. 11 answer t.. Dlvorca
    Complaint filed against you on Plain-
    nrrM attorney, UEORGE NICHOLAS;
    (II \.\V. Uth Ai.-. .Mi.iini. Kin., anil
    nil- oriainal 1th Clerk of th^ Court
    .in or before June sth IM4, otharwlaa
    complaint will be confeaad by you,
    BATED May I. ln'.i.
    1: 1: LEATHERMAN
    Clark of thi- Circuit Court
    larall By: C. P. Ci 'PBLAXD
    Deputy Clerk
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COOiiTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 623'3-A
    IN RE: ll-iat. of
    AH 'I.I.I 1: EISXER
    1 1 eaaed.
    NOTICE OF PROBATE
    Till-: STATE "I PLURIDA:
    TO ALL PERHOXS IXTERESTED IX
    THE ESTATE OK SAID DECEDENT.
    v..11 are hereby notified thai a writ-
    ten Inetrument purportlna to be the
    last will and t.-M.iin.-iit "f Miiil dace-
    dent haa been admlted ti probevta in
    aiii Court. Vim an- hereby com-
    manded within six calendar montha
    from the date of the first publication
    of this notice t" appear in eald Court
    and ihoa cause, if any you can, why
    ih. .1. ti..n of said Conn In ailiiiittlnu
    said will i" probate should not stand
    unreA oked.
    1 Irst publication of thin BOtloe un
    ih. mIi day >>f .May. 1M4.
    \s l-' BLANTON, County Jud*
    (seal) By:Lois I-', rastorfleld. Clerk
    IRVINO CTPUN LAW OPPICES
    Attorney
    IK Arthur Oodfrey Road
    Miami Beach, Florida
    .'. S-13-J! JJ
    I
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    is HEREBY OIVBN that
    Kned, desirins to engage iti
    n-i. .- th- fi.tltioiis ii.ini.-s
    ddln Center; The Wedding
    .Miami; Tin- Wadding Can-
    I Uables; The Wi-ddlng
    :nla: The Wi-ilillng Can-
    r Miami al SHU Coral
    m .inn. Plot Ida Intends to ref-
    ill with the Clerk of the
    I Bade County, Florida
    '' IRIAN FRF.F.F1ELD
    Owner
    :. I-IS-U-3S
    NOTICE UNDER
    FiCTiTOUS NAME LAW
    K IS HBRRBT OIVEN thai
    1. dealt ing to engasja
    :n.-~ under the fictitious name
    J.NMIIM: CAR WASH at ItiM
    "' liighwa)-, North Miami
    P- riorlda intends to reflstar aakl
    "1 the iVik of th.- Circuit
    01 Hade County. Florida.
    |"MA CTORE MIRABELLA
    Bole 1 'w 11.-i
    KWITNEV of
    ' Kwltnej .\ UoudJasj
    ie> ;i-i Applicant
    Road Mail
    ueui !,. ki.,
    4/21. ... l-S-13
    _,_ NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    ' i" I dl -l1 ill* to OJBJgMSJ in
    * under th.- fictitious name of
    V* SERVnCE lll'REAl' at
    1 N. North .Miami Bench,
    to n -i-t. 1 haiil name
    "" ,' lerk the Circuit Court
    y, Florida,
    '"UN F KKEUAN
    Sole ii.-i
    I'n 1: M
    11 Mi.. :.. i.. jch, riorida
    ". l-ll :: t%
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    Tli
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    1 h<
    }' -
    1
    1:
    U
    in.
    rTNOTJCE UNDER
    CTITIOUS NAME LAW
    ls "I I I Bl OIVBN that
    -11. 1 di
  • .......- nan.....f
    VN MINU >M COMPANY -it
    w ."in 1 .un, Opa-Locka,
    -11.1 10 register said name
    "f the Circuit Court
    ' -lll.l. I' ...I,
    , ';'x-'..,: -'" I'i'Mti'
    riiMlfif* '' ROUBON
    '' Al" U Win.low Do
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 62907-C
    IN RE: Estate of
    SARAH I. ROPEIK
    1'. 1 aased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    1*0 All Creditors and All Pereoni Hav-
    ing Claims ,-r Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    V'Mi are nereby notified and re-
    quired to present any clauns and de-
    mands which you ma) have aaalnst
    th- estate of BARAH I. Rol'KlK de-
    Ceased late of Had.- County, Florida.
    t.. the County Jddsjea ol Dane County.
    and tile the same ill diljilii.it. and as
    provided in Section T3S.lt, Florida
    Btatutea, in their offices In th,. Coun-
    ty Courthouite in Hade County, llor-
    lda. within six calendar months from
    th.- lime uf the first publication here-
    of, of lh* same will he barred.
    listed al .Miami. Florida, this Rrd
    da) "t April, AD. IM4,
    BERNARD II. ROPEIK
    As Executor
    BAML'BL S SMITH
    Atlome) lor i-:\i'i-utoi-
    li'T Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach, Florida
    :. l-S-IS-t]
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY IN CHANCERY
    No *4C 5077
    OKRTRL'DE It. 8EIDEMANN.
    Plaintiff!
    \s.
    I'AI'l. 8EIDKMANN,
    1 .'iiilaiil.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    Ti PAUL 8EIDEMANN
    Pickwick Arms Hotel
    MO Baal Mst Street
    n.-w fork Oily, New York
    You Paul 1: fcfeldemann are hereby
    notified that .1 nil! of Complain 1 f<>r
    Bivorcf has been tiled against you,
    ami you are required to serve 1 copj
    of your Answer or Pleading; to the
    Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
    attorneys, MYERS, 111-: I MAN KAP-
    LAN. ll.'.O S.W. 1st Slre-t. .Miami.
    1 and file the original Answer
    or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
    of the Circuit Court on oi before the
    Mh day of June, IM4. It you fail i"
    Judgment by default win be
    taken against you for the r.-h.i de-
    manded in the BUI of Complaint.
    This until.- shall be published once
    each week foi four consecutive weeks
    In THE JEWISH KLOR1DIAN
    i'i >NE AND ORDERED at Miami,
    FI01 1 .. tin th da) oi Ma). a i i
    k B I.1-. \ 1 HERM .N ci. rk
    It Oourt, I 'ndi- "ount) Floi Ida
    i-1-..ii B) MarguerlK Morford
    1 -. 1 it\ 1 'lei I.
    %F, ER8 llli'-l t.N a 1. vrl.AN
    - W. 1st Street
    .Miami. Flornla
    Attorneys for Plaintiff
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    Na. 64C 4717
    RAYMOND LEWIS WILLIS,
    Plaintiff
    vs.
    DOLORES LEE WILLIS.
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    To: DOLORES LEE WILLIS
    2111 Herbert Street
    Baltimore, Maryland
    You. iHtLOREX I.KE WILLIS, are
    hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
    plaint for Divorce has been filed
    against you. and you are required to
    serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
    ing to the. Bill of Complaint on the
    Plaintiff's atorney, PAUL Kwitnf.Y.
    420 IJncoln Ko.ul. .Miami Beach 39.
    Florida and file the original Answer
    or Pleading In Ihe office of the Clerk
    of the Clrouit Court on or before the
    2nd day of June, 1961. If you fall to
    do so, Juilgmi-nt by default will be
    taken against you for the r.-li.-f de-
    manded In the Bill of Complaint.
    This notice shall Ih- 1n1l1llsh.1l once
    each .-.-k for four consecutive weeks
    In THF. JEWISH FLOR1DLAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this Uth day of April, A.P.
    IM4.
    1: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
    Circuit Conn. I'ade County. Florida
    (seal) By: L BNBEDEN.
    Deputy Clerk
    PAUL KWITNEY, Ew|.
    42ii Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach :I9. Florida
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    K/l-g-15-t!
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 372S
    NUMANCIA LORA CANCINO.
    Plaintiff,
    \ -
    caki.os CANCINO,
    1 lafendant.
    T": CABl.t'S CANCINO
    Bogota, Colombia. S A
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    You CARLOS CANCINO. are here-
    to notified that a BUI of Complaint
    for Divorce has been filed against you.
    and you are required to serve cupi
    of your Anewer or lii-nding to the BUI
    of Complaint on the Plaintiff a attor-
    ne) A. JAY CRISTOL, 21 X.K. First
    Avi-nue. .Miami. Florida. BUI ISA
    ami file the original Answer or Plead-
    big in the office of the Clerk of the
    Circuit Curt on or before the 16th
    dav of May, IM4. if you fall t" do so.
    judgment bN di-tault will be taken
    against you for the relief demanded
    in tin- Bin of Complaint.
    Tins notice shall be published once
    sch week fis- four consecutive weeks
    In ill K JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    DONE \M' ORDERED al Miami
    Florida, this Nth da) of April a D
    1: b 1 B 1THBRMAN, Clerk,
    Circuit Conn. Bade County, Florida
    i..,K 1U : K M. I.Y.MAN
    Deput) Clerk
    Wi Intraub, Welntrauh A Crlstol
    13th ||,... I 1.1 || I il.ral BlilK.
    '1 N 1: 1st Ave Miami. I
    B) v lai Crlstol
    I ,\tt"i m > for Plaintiff
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE"* COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 6308 (Judge Clark,
    IN RE Estal
    .loll.N RRENKAfS
    a k a JOHN BRENCAS
    Deceased. '
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persona Ha\ -
    Ing Claims or Demands Against Said I
    Estate
    You are hereby notified and re- 1
    quired t" present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have agalnat
    the estate of JOHN BRENKACU a k a
    John BRENCA8 deceased late of
    Dade Count.-. Florida, t" the County
    Judges of Dade County, and file th>-I
    sami hi duplli He and as provided in
    Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, In I
    their offices In the Count) Courthouse]
    in Dade County, Florida, within sis
    calendar months from the time of
    thi- first publication hereofi or the
    same ill be bai red.
    Dated al Miami, Florida, this g8th
    day -r April, AD. I9C4.
    AlAl.c. u.Ai 11. FRIEDMAN
    As Administrator
    First publication of this notice on
    the 8th da- of May, IM4,
    MALCOLM FRIEDMAN, Attorney
    243 Securit) Trusl Bldg.
    I I-1S-U-S9
    ATTENTION
    ATTORNEYS!
    I'Jewist nuridUain
    solicits your legal notice*.
    We> appreciate your
    patronage and guarantee
    accurate service at legal
    rates .
    Dial FR 3-460.?
    for messenger service
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 62899
    IX RE: Estnte f
    LOUIS TEITELBAUM
    I leceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    'ng ciain-s or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired to present ap) claims nnd de-
    mands w hi.-h you may have agalnat
    tin- estate of Louis Teitelbaum de-
    ceased la''- of Dade County, Florida,
    to the Counts Judges of Dade Coun-
    ty, and file the same in duplicate ami
    1* provided In Section T33.16, Florida
    Rtatutes, in th. ir offices in the Coun-
    ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
    ida, within si\ ealendar months from
    the tune of the first publication here-
    of, or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami. Florida, Ibis 17th
    da) of April. Al> I'ii'.i
    ANN \ BISENBERO
    As Executrix
    First publication of ibis notice on
    the 14th da) of April, l4.
    CHERENA GOLDEN
    Attorneys for Executrix
    SO" Olympla Bldg., .Miami. Pla.
    4 84, 5 I-8-1S
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 62635 C
    IN RF Estate of
    HERMAN LINA8
    1.....a." -1
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You .11, hereby notified and r^-
    qulred t" present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have against
    the estate of HERMAN UNAS,
    deceased la.....f Had.- County, Flor-
    ida, to the County Judges of Dade
    County, and file th, sum,- in duplicate
    and as provided In Section T3S.16,
    Florida Btatutea, in their offices in
    tin- Count) Courthouse In Dade Coun-
    ty, Florida, within six calendar months
    from the time of the first publication
    hereof, or th>- same will be barred.
    Hated at Miami. Florida, this 13th
    day ot April, A.D. 1984.
    HILDA UNAS WEINBERO
    As Executrix
    Fii-t publication of thin notice on
    the 17th day of April. |MI,
    ARONOVITZ, SILVER > SCHER
    Attorneys for Executrix
    Ji>7 Aim-ley Building
    Miami. Florida
    4,17-21. '. 1-S
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 4080
    ALICE fH\TI*iS.
    Plaintiff.
    EDWARD CHATLOE.
    Defendant.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    Tin'. EDWARD chATI.os. resi-
    dence address unknown, are requir-
    ed to file your answer to th.- i-oin-
    piaint for Divorce with the Clerk of
    the above styled Court and serve a
    copy thereof upon Herman Cohen.
    Bn BHO-ll Congress. Bull.lint. .Mi-
    ami. Florida, on or before May 18th,
    19ii4 or else 1 unplaint will be taken
    as confessed. DATED April Uth,
    luiil.
    r B. LEATHERMAN
    Cl.rk of the Circuit Court
    (Sgnl) By: K. M I.V.MAN
    lVputy Clerk
    4/17-24. r.'l-S
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 62913 A
    IN RE: F.-tate of
    >. IPHIA MILLER,
    I leceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing claim- or Demandi Against Said
    Estate:
    You ar- hereby notified and re-
    ,iiiir>-ii to pn-s.-nt any claims and de-
    mands which you may have against
    ih. estate of soi'Hi.v MILLER, de-
    ceased late of Dads County, Florida,
    to th,- Count) Judges of Dade Coun-
    ty, and file the sami In duplicate and
    as provided In Section TU.lg, Florida
    Btatutea, In their offices in the Coun-
    ty Courthouse In Bade County, Flor-
    als, within six calendar months from
    the tune of tin first publication here-
    of, or the same will be barred
    Dated -it .Miami, Florida, this 16th
    da) ol M11 It. A l> 1964.
    SKTMl ll'R M MILLER
    EDWARD J MILLER
    A- 1 :\. cutors ol 1 iatate of
    Soph Deceased
    ir if this notice 1 n
    tin i tl da) ol April, "' 1
    \in 1 ':.- HEIM in ,v KAPLAN
    By: Louli H< Iman
    Attorne) for Executors
    'i 0 il u First sir.-.-i
    Mian i
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 61675- A
    Hon W. F. Blanton
    IN RE: Estate ol
    LEAH CHASEMAN,
    1 >. ceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors nnd All Pi rson Huv -
    ing claims or Demands Against Ba 1
    BSstate:
    Von are hereby notified and ri--
    qulred to present any claims and d-
    iiiainls Which you may hav.- .i^ain-i
    th.- .state of LEAH CHASEMAN de-
    ceased h.......' Dads County, Florida,
    to the County Judges of Dads Coun-
    ty, ami fib- the same in duplicate and
    ai provided :n Section T3S.16, Florida
    Statutes, in ih. ir offices in the Coot -
    1. Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
    ida, within six calendar months from
    tin- time of tin- first publication hen -
    of. or the same will in- barred.
    Dated at Miami, Florida, tins
    lay of April. A.D. 1964.
    .11 'UN 11 I'i'llic,. Administrator
    902 Alnsle) Bldg.
    .Miami. Fla. II313S: Ph. 379-2644
    JOHN II 1'1'ilni. Esq., Administrator
    902 Alnsle) Bi'is Miami, Fla.
    :. 1-8-15-H
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 61268 C
    IN RE Estate of
    SAMUEL KISSEN
    I ii-i-.i sed.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditor* end All Persons Ha. -
    Ing 1 la.n... or Demands Against Said
    Bstate
    Vou nre heeeb) notified and r- -
    quPed to present any claim* and di -
    inands which you mas have agaJnw
    the estate of SAMUEL KISSEN de-
    cea -d late of Had- County, Florida,
    to the County Judges of \>m\'- Coun-
    ty, ami file the same In their offices
    in the Count) Courthouse in Iiari*
    County, Florida, within ~i\ calendar
    months from the date of the flrsl
    publication hereof, or the same win
    be barred
    LOUIS OSIN8KY
    Executor
    HERBERT W ABR \ \lsoN
    Attorney for Executor
    407 Lincoln Road
    4 24. ". l-S-1 ;
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 4326
    CARTERET BA VINOS AND
    LOAN' ASSOCIATION.
    Plaintiff.
    vs.
    FINLBY JONES, Trustee in
    Bankruptcy, et al.
    Defendant
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    TO: BERTHA CAREY
    10:14 Garrison Avenue
    Teaneck, New Jersey
    You rr hereby notified that th
    above captloned action has been In-
    stituted against you in the Circuit
    Court Of the Uth Judicial circuit of
    Florida in ami for Dade County to
    foreclose a Bsortgage upon the fol-
    lowing described real property:
    Lot 27. Block II CORRECTED PLAT
    oF BLOCK 13 CAROL city ac-
    cording to the Flat thereof, recorded
    in Plat Book 61 at Page 98 of the
    Public Records ot Hade County.
    Florida.
    You are required to file your sn-
    SWer to plaintiff's complaint with the
    clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
    serve s copy thereof upon plaintiff's
    attorney MARTIN FINE, 14ih Floor.
    Dade Federal Building, .Miami 32.
    Florida not later than .May 26, 1964.
    or a 1'i-eree Pro Confesso v\ ill be en-
    tered aenlnsl you.
    DATED: April 17. 1961.
    K. B. LEATHERMAN
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    (seal) By; c. p. COPELAND
    1 '--puty CU-rk
    MARTIN FINE
    Attorney for Plaintiff
    1 tth Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
    Miami 83. Florid l
    4 ji. :. l-g-15
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 62857 C
    IN RE: Estate of
    NATHAN O. O 'HEN
    I NBceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditor* and All Persons H i\ -
    ing claims or Demands Against sail
    Estate:
    You are hereby nc-tlfled ami re-
    qutred t<- present any claims ..ml de-
    mands which you ma> have against
    the .slate of NATHAN O. COHEN
    d< eased lat* of I'ade County. Flor-
    ida, to the Count) Judges Of I'ade
    County, and file the same in duplicate
    and as provided in Seel on T83.lt,
    Florida StatuteSi In their offices In
    the Count) Courtho lee In Dade Coun-
    t>. 1 imiii.1. ii1 tin six alendar months
    from the tlm< of the flrsl publication
    hereof, or the same "ill b< barred
    Dated at .Miami. Florida, this Nth
    da) oi April, A I'. 1*64
    FA! 1 'I1I:n
    A v
    Flrsl publli 1 ion of tl on
    Hie L'ltll .1 .-. of Api II, 194 I
    I.K. IN A EPS!
    Vttorne) 1 vdn-.ii.i-tia! 1 \
    12 I.in< -In K.-.-l
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