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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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"Jewish FloridSan
Combining THf JEWISH UNITY and THf JEWISH WEEKLY
Vcliune 37 Number 21
Miami. Florida. Friday. May 22. 1964
Two Sections Price 2li'
Nikita's Anti-Israel Blasts in Cairo
Touch Off Debate on Nasser Policy
COIDA MEETS SOVHT ENVOY PAGt 10A
SEN. ElfNEST CRIItNINC
oqgressian in Yemen
Soviet Jewish
Writer Off To
Enforced Labor
! D.NDON (JTAi A number
ling Soviet writers and in-
ii> made an unprecedent-
rotest against the arrest and
nciog of a young writer.
Brodsky, ol Leningrad, it
reported here this week.
ordinf to reporti received
Moscow, Brodsky'- home
ran searched l>> the political po-
ic :n i";:' i cause oi charges
had been involved with two
rrested on charges of exert
i mini influence" on young
e to whom they preached
philosoph) and anarcho-in<
ism Brodsk). 24, was
ested
However, last November, the
ning paper Vercherny Lenin-
attacked Brodsky at a
>luta and cynical parasite."
. February, Brodsky return-
's Leningrad from a Moscow
psychiatric clinic where he was
'rcned for reactions to the per-
secution. He was then "arrest-
ed in the street."
WASHINGTON (JTA) So*
hi Premier Khrushchev's tree
wheeling tour of Egypt, during
which he lined the Soviet Union
solidly behind Nasser's anti-Israel
leadership, touched oil sharp de-
bate tins week in the Senate for
a revision of the state Depart
meat's -upport of President Nas-
ser of Kgypt.
The debate was launched by
Sen Ernest Cruening, Ala-ka
Democrat, who urged President
Johnson to call a meeting at the
highest political level of the Arab
countries ""to reason together" to
tnd the threats of war by the
Arab- against Israel.
Noting Khrushchev's statement
of support for the Arabs in Cairo,
Sen. Gruening said that if such
efforts to bring the Arabs and
Israel for talks failed, then the
United States should bring be-
fore the United Nation's Nas-
ser's aggressions in Yemen, his
war preparations against Israel
and his dealings against the
British in Aden. He said that
effcrt should be made to halt
Nasser's collision course and
that if the Soviets vetoed such
action, "at least the United
States will have tried to act."
He criticized the giving of hun-
dreds of millions of American aid
dollars to Kgypt which, he said,
i nabled Nasser to develop mis-
Mies to use to destroy Israel and
tu wage- aggressive war in Yemen.
He said the United States should
make it unmistakably clear "that
the United States will not tolerate
Egyptian destruction of Israel and
that United States power stands
ready as a deterrent to Egypt's
air force "
Sen. Paul Douglas. Illinois Dem
ocrat, said that Nasser, in a pam-
phlet written a decade ago, ad-
mitted that his aim was to con-
trol, progressively, the Middle
East, Africa and ultimately the
entire Moslem world. Sen Jacob
JavitS, Republican of New York.
Continued on Page 16-A
BEGINNING OF RELATIONSHIP
European Parliament Hails New
Economic Community Agreement
Vatican Switching Around
Schema on Ties to Jews


reports indicated he was
nil trumped-Up charges -iml
! to live >oar- exile at
iii, i lie was MMt with
'(1 thieves and murderers
i,inn in the Archangel
C in the lai north
ing the trial such noted per
Samuel Uarshak, au-
\ Chukovsk) and com-
D mitri shostako\ ich sent
In Hie court to plead
i-k\ aaking that "young
ll I developing talent" should
aved form "undeserved and
accusations."
ROME (JTA An exact
definition ol what the [unctions
will be of the special Vatican Sec-
i, tariat fi r non Christians the
formation ol which was announced
Monda) b) Pope Paul VI was ex
piled to he given this week by
I iiolo Cardinal Marella, who wa-
rd bj the Pope to head tin
new secretariat,
Thus far there was no indica
lion that the planned statement
b) the Ecumenical Council, de-
claring that the Jewish people
should int lie blamed for the cm
cifixioa of Jesus, will be dealt
vi;h by the new secretariat,
wIikIi Sull parallel Hie Secretar-
ial for Christian Unity ot which
( animal Hea i- the head HOW
ever, a i- considered likelj that
the new body will collaborate with
Cardinal Bea'i secretariat, which
i. now handling the Jewish ques
tion
The statement declaring that
Jews are not guilty of the cru-
cifixion of Jeius will no longer
be part of Chapter IV of the
Christian unity schema, as was
the case when it was presented
to the Ecumenical Council last
year. A draft of this statement
has now been prepared for cir-
culation to the 2,300 Cardinals,
archbishops and bishops who will
attend the forthcoming session
rf the Ecumenical Council in
September, and will be acted
upon by the Council as a sep-
arate declaration.
The formation ot the ne Secre
tariat lor non-Christian religions.
announced by the I'on tif i.
v ill make it possible to in
vite representative- of non-Chris-
tian faiths as observers to the
September session of the Ecumen
ii al Council, it was indicated
here A Vatican -poke-man Said
that the new secretariat will deal
with Jewish and other non Chris
tar. grpups. Until now. Cardinal
Bea's Secretariat for Christian
Continued on Page 11 -A
STRASBOURG (JTAi The
European Parliament consisting of
142 parliamentary members of a
number of European countries ap-
proved here this week a resoluVon
hailing the trade pact between Is-
rael and the Kuropean Economic
(ommunity and urging that the
EEC take further steps to protect
Israeli exports which were ex-
cluded from the agreement.
The resolution proposed that the
agreement be considered "a first
step in commercial and economic
relations" between the six nation
Euromart and Israel and it noted
""that nothing yet has been decid-
ed about certain problems which
are ol fundamental interest to ls-
i.cl." The resolution labeled as
imperative" that any future
agreements "with other third
country exporters of oranges do
not include. In the matter of Im-
porting ol oranges by the EEC.
any discriminatory ruling with re
Lard to Israel
Some members of the Parlia-
ment, in discussion preceding
adoption of the resolution, call-
ed for admission of Israel into
the Euromart as an associate
but the resolution did not go
Continued on Page 6-A
IN PUSIK PtACIS
Metro Moves
To Boot Out
Segregation
Segregation will become against
the law "as soon as legally pi -
Bible" in hotels, restaurants, tht i
Ires and other places of public ,
commodation In Dade County,
The Metro Commission on I'll. -
day moved, in a 6-2 votes, to "-
prove the resolution outlawu -
-i gregation by the Metro Co -
i; unity Relations Hoard
It was the verdict of th =
board that equal rights and treat
ment of all persons in the us
of public accommodations is
"both desirable and necessary.'
i)nl> Commissioners Arthur (I.
Continued on Paqe 2-A
PAPERS JEW INSIDE STORY
Report FDR Hoped For
Trusteeship in Palestine
1964 G0A1 WITHIN FINGERTIP REACH
Federation Annual Meeting Sunday
1 26th annual meeting Of the
r Miami Jewish Federation
Combined Jewish Appeal
ctor> Dance "will be both a
11 and important oeca-ion."
is announced this week by
In ing Open, chairman of
eni scheduled at the Eon
IU Hotel this Sunday even
8 P.m
will truly be a victory
dinner dance." Dr Lehrman stat
ed, an occasion upon which 1
am confident we will be able to
announce that the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal has gOO over It- goal
Ol $1,386,500. some $100,000 more
than was raited laal year
With one week to go, the CIA
drive i- less than 180.000 away
from its goal, he explained
"It i- a credit to all who have
worked so diligently on behait
of the Combined Jewish Appeal
that we will he able to record this
outstanding effort on behalf of
57 agencies locally, nationally.
and overseas," declared Dr. Lehr-
man.
Judge Cypen, chairman of the
Nominating Committee, an-
nonunced thai the following slate
Continued on Page 9-A
\\ VSHINGTON (JTA) The
British Government leaned to-
ward partition of Pale-tine as early
bs 1343, while President Roosevelt
l thai time entertained an idea
that the Holy Land should bo
placed under a trusteeship com
posed of representatives of the
Moslem. Christian and Jewish
faiths, according to documents
datum back to that era inane pub-
lic here Sunday by the State De
partment.
The authority for the Roosevell
views is Lt Col. Harold I! Ilos
kins, known then lor his pro
\rabie attitude, whom the war-
time President had sent a- an
emis.-aiy to the Middle East Col.
Ho-kin-' report on what Mr
Roosevell had presumably said
emerged in the Slate Department's
Foreign Relations of the United
States, Volume IV. the Near East
and Africa," summarizing cable-.
letters and memoranda pertaining
directl) or indirectly to the Pales-
tine question.
In a 1943 memorandum on his
meeting with President Roost-
velt, after returning from J
MidcVe Eastern tour. Col Hoskin.
reported: "As to a solution of
the Palestine problem, the Pre>
ident stated that his own think-
Continued on Page 8-A
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DIRECTORS
JOSEPH M. UPTOK
President
LEO ROBINSON
Vice-Presiden t
6US FEUER
General Counsel
GECRCF A MICE
Vicc-President
SAMUEL UPTON
Director
LEONARO BARR
Treasurer
IMIFORO L CLEMENTS
Vice-Pretident
and Secretary
1
xperience makes the difference...
Dade Federal's outstanding growth and progress during \
the past 30 years has been closely linked with the growth
of Dade County... a real tribute to the faith and the
willingness of the people in this community to invest
and plan for the future.
Service and dependability, together with sound man-
agement, have become synonymous with Dade Federal.
Our Board of Directors combine 353 years of business
experience, knowledge and integrity to bring you the
very best possible service for your savings and home
financing needs.
As Dade County continues to grow, Dade Federal will
strive to keep pace with the needs of the community.
It is our determination to maintain the same high
standards that have always characterized Dade Federal
services. Our aim is to continue to merit your confL- *
dence and support.
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Allaptttah Branch: 1400 N. 36th St.
North MMl Bunch: U37QN.W. 7th Art. *lll
Timiim! BnncV IMI S.W. 8th St.
Ktndall Branch: U.S. 1 it S.W 104th St.
Edison Centtr Branch: MOO N.W.Tth Ave.
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Volume 37 Number 2l
Friday. May 22, 1964
11 Sivan 5724
Nasser Can
Count on the U.S.
What Sen. Ernest Gruening, of
Alaska, seems to be telling the
c dministration is that the moment
c: truth is at hand. We must fin-
c !ly begin to take stock of the
1 undreds of millions in aid we
} 3ve given Naser. For the State
T epartment to explain the aid as
( ollar credit toward Nasser's food
'eds is a sheer absurdity.
With one hand, Egypt's strong
r an takes the credit; with the
c her. he buys the most advanced
eapons horn the-Soviet Union
eapons dedicated to the subju-
cation of the entire Middle East
c id the destruction of Israel.
Fact is that Israel, alone, has
: set) Nasser's main stumbling
ock to his Pan-Arab dream.
." ikita Khrushchev's visit in Cairo
terns to have been dedicated to
: ssuring the dictator that the
s Tumbling block is merely a peb-
: le on the road toward a mighty
: rhievement.
For some odd reason, our own
ration is doing the same thing.
Eut it will be a sad day for Amer-
: a if Nasser is successful and if Khrushchev.
C s a consequence, infiltrates Africa through the
hack door of Nasser's dictatorial megalomania
c nd our State Department's proven prejudice
c gainst the existence of Israel.
Former President Eisenhower long ago ad-
7~iitted the error of his judgment during the
Suez-Sinai campaign. But American foreign
. olicy in the Middle East continues as it was
len dedicated to the aggrandizement of
Gamal Abdel Nasser and the destruction of the
Jewish State.
Khrushchev's threatening statements in
Cairo seem to indicate that Nasser can count
rn the divisive Soviet Union in the event of
- is ultimate campaign. But though our own
- resident today says otherwise, apparently
I-'asser can count on the U.S.. as well.
Twists n^v
mmj&r
effort to do more than simply preach democ-
racy.
Metro's New Ordinance
Metro Commission of Dade County is to
^e congratulated for the ordinance it passed
Tuesday to outlaw segregation in hotels, res-
:urants, theatres and other public accommo-
: ations here.
The spirit of the ordinance is in line with
:etro's cooperation in the establishment last
ear of the Metro Community Relations Board,
hich fathered the ordinance.
The board emerged out of Greater Miami's
- ofound determination to avoid the racial dis-
sention and strife suffered in other Southern
-.ties by bringing together representatives of
vie various races and religions here in frank
: nce-to-face discussions of their problems be-
: ore they erupted on the streets.
The resolution Tuesday is an example of
v hat men of good-will can achieve in a guiet
and purposeful way. What remains before
I can be implemented is the successful chal-
enge of Florida's trespass law. Should this
-opefully be accomplished, then the road
ieems clear for Dade County once again to
show other cities throughout the nation how a
community can join together in a cooperative
Vote on Tuesday
Don't forget! Exercise your riaht to
vote. As a free American join the throng.
Go to the polls on Tuesday.
CJA Victory Dinner
Greater Miami Jewish Federation will hold
its annual dinner meeting on Sunday evei
Federation leaders are lookinq forward I
26th annual event as a victory dinner.
For this year's Combined Jewish Appeal
hopes to-go over the 1964 goal of SI.386.500
As of the beginning of the week. CJA was less
than S60.000 from the goal, and Dr. I
Lehrman. the Appeal's dynamic leader, sees
no reason why the victory affair shouldn't find
the balance made up, and then some.
If his expectations are fulfilled, the:
function will be more than a credit to our au-
to the men and women who have wo:
so diligently in behalf of Greate! Mian
overall humanitarian campaign. It w
first stage in Federation's rr.
organized community's symbol of
idarity.
It will augur well foi the future of a
CJA causes that serve us in a variety I
New EEC Arrangement
l.,nThe .EurreaR Economic Community
Israel has been particularly successful i,
nature of the EEC m r 1S in he
cu,sr^rth2rr'kS"-
* ""-1:r?X,h v;por,s
The resolution is certainlv
but I is at leas, a beginnmg' IJ ?* ne'
aging arguments advanced by FTC "T"-
m Israel's behalf sUflaPm ., Y C meir>beis
and meaning, .esT^uTu'* hopriul
H
OW DOES ONE
by LEO MINDLIN
__.. e
bye to a friend-' i
' during the week Ri&ffis,';::i
as i seeit-BHwrfcift-"
... flJ i u tht> An-I>efamatiar. i
of Bnai BYith. Certahjl
League will mis- him. OrZ
izations. although the* tJ?
have an identity all their J
rarely if ever rise above J
imagination and creativity of the persons who lead them. <
possessed both those qualities in large measure, and it will be h2
for the API- simply to take up where he leaves off at the end of a,
month.
However difficult the transition. I speak now of my own nt
tionship to him during the eight years of his stay here Nate arm*
in the heal of the Kefauver-Stevenson battle for Florid:, back in m
and there was scarcely a soul I knew who was not [oi Stevens*
Introducing himself over the telephone as successor to the late c,i|Lc
J Balkin he chatted briefly with me. I learned that he had cob*
Miami alone, with hi- "rife, Roth, and children remaining Mi,*
their home in Montclair, N.J.. and we Invited h m 1i supps
Over some food and win* be promptly tang out Kefaimi
which startled us all Hi- reaaoM were both virtuous md practlc*
in retrospect thej remind me of the many thingj thai incebta
in the prevalent!) critical Stevenson reevaiual
rent from the start that Nate Perlmutter wai difl
i subsequent!) ipelled itself out in I
ership f the I M>L through variety of batt
hts But tins i- organisational again i
i .. ..i. .........i... .......i.....
i'it nut in tin'
itse
arguing into the
.. liberties, when we stooped t.> -
. and just plain but ('
countless evei
earlj mon

TPIP INTO THf FNfMV'S MAW
A LOT OF n hum"' ilj I
** terms ol his pi of

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tself in a bonk undo' I
tin handicapping I
I i
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tion "t an ull h
nevei i'i created.
al ised to dra \ Dugai
I : in Brooklyn i
on which one puts records to hi r the Thra
i othei such opus ha hoMa 11
- all superficial, his long-ago predilect lor Kd I
ultimate difference emergi lor mt .&
knew what I previoual) luspecti
mom; us long in Miami 1 had gone ofl
md returned to learn thai h.- wai li i
Vnt i Defamation Leagui executivei to
Bonn Oovernmenl for an official study ami evalual
Wi tlern an democratic nation.
Hen .i> a difference indeed. My trip to Israel, "offlfltl
had been as well, was the standard route foi most profa>
ol the Jewish scene. Nate, qn the I
' '- ientl) agreed in the enemy's maw
IT WAS INJUSTKl THAT ANGIKID HIM
y^HEN HE ARRIVED hom. I knou N.Ho wool,! not staj Hi
ii othei things much as i knew this >
''' l"' wine and the debate about I
N II) denied it, and honest!)
>' came shortly Ihereafti i
dismissed the Ann Defi n
Nate meant the good talk,'
" and willing listener For
nd th< relaxation from ill <
en But .. would I-
^Dl post Perlmuttei
e in Ins field
Neither *
' t>> the Jewish caus.
ill) identified Efficu
ess .: no) -, Ut) [
I I......>se injust.c u
forces throughoul l
';^ heal that came i
not because the injusti.
attractive eloquence thai .
Hi powers he needed l
51 "".....lanl people in the oft<
. '"......"numcationa media and Ian i
f0"nd his angers cogent and meanu
fcantifnol always as eagei i.....
mestretch, and his determinati
,1"^ I" him that was ultimate!) '
'" "' 'heir submission and coopei
H'S MORAVON Of NATUKl
\
NT,uSHA^G ALUES' IVrlmutter has had fe
111.. M....KI...... ..
1 \li I------ *"--', Nate Perlmutter has had lew P"
cause ol h,, U"',",,i:h,V who were onlv vague!) mi l <<' '
he i i", "kjf becauM the breach dJdlsWre.11) touch I
leal ,-, ""-.'l argument, whether the its
.,,;'.;; k';"1 Party, m short. Nate never itopp. I
l*m* f the An,, Defamauon ...... ''
., '' \"i. will miss moal la his departure foi Ne w\
"e;nMd0,n' "'> prganlMttoMl bit. I return to the !*
"Nate Perlmutter wa. m4vmI >-
. '' ;'" "hose past eight rears Perhaps -'
more I, ,,' ''n ,hw: ""' .ortainlv. he wai '"'>'-", nJ!
Bul | .' "; ";'" "- Mon,, elaborating on then.....I -
.1, ,' '',' '-"'.."iber that Na.o s adoi
. '; (""a'l.l.oad his ood for justice m me.
* lover Ol the ocean, who rarolv mist
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Both David Religious School junior rabbi and chanters for the
I unior congregation are (left to right) Robert Tanenbaum. Julian
Genet, Junior Rabbi Bruce Jamison, Harold Scherr and Mark
iSiniU.
outh Officiate At Beth David
mior Congregation of Beth
3\:il Religious School conduct
rning .services in the main
larj on Saturday.
Sen ing as the junior rabbi was
liace Jamison. Chanters were
!i (Jonet. Harold Scherr.
lark Sirull and Robert Tanen-
pum, and Rebecca Hoodwin and
lichard Maxwell delivered ser-
lettes.
Bruce Berber. Martin Bilsker.
I: hard Friend, William Gompers,
Uan Kaplan. Mitchell Kellner.
Don Rosenthal and Charles Wern-
er reach the Torah. and Steph-
en Reiter introduced the Sed-
rah.
Blyae Berkowlti, Robin Lundy.
Wendy N'edbor. Cheryl Ram,
Stephanie Rose, Cynthia Toppell,
Cheryl Tytell and Marcia C'ypen
chanted the Haftarah. after an
Introduction by Stephen Dresnick.
.loan Horwick. Ralph Kazcr,
Barnett Schwartxman and Marcie
Sokolotf lot! the congregation
in English readings.
URIilG THE WEEK... US I SEE IT
Continued from Pag* 4-A
ip And I shall remember his
predilection for .i't plain walk
rig in the sand along the shore
to measure the sea and sky.
Inhere he undoubtedly did some
{personal poetizing to exalt his
[soul, willy nill\. right out of
Miami.
I shall remember, as well, ins
ity to observe the human
and make startlinglj Intel-
and frequentl) prophetic
remarks about it. I shall re-
member his capacity to formu-
late ideas, to impress them upon
others, and to move peonle in the
direction of acting upon them. 1
shall remember Nate I'erlmutter
as a friend and the long talks into
the Wee hours. And. for a long
time. 1 shall not be able to stop
wondering, perhaps with an un-
controlled sense of covetousness,
who In New York is now listening
and being moved
Bonn Asks
For Nazi's
Ouster
BONN (JTA) The West
German Government asked the
Government of Egypt this week
[or the extradition "i Hans Walter
'/.' ch Nciintu ich. who escaped from
a Brunswick maximum securitj
prison on Apr 23 four days after
h< was sentenced to four years lor
complicity in the murder of .">.2(>o
Jews in the Nazi held Pinsk Ghet-
to. A warden at the Brunswick
prison has been arrested in the
ease
Der Stern, a West German mag-
azine, reported that two Of its re-
porters recognized the former SS
i Ilicer as he emerged lrom a
Cairo hotel. Der Stern reported
that, in a tape-recording of an
interview the Nazi gave the re-
porters, he said his escape had
been arranged by an organization
of former Nazi officers and that
other convicted Nazis would be
helped to escape.
He was quoted as saying "I
could have left my cell at any
time I wanted, even in evening
dress. You will see that others
also will disappear." Der Stern
said that its reporters traced the
Nazi through Greece and Leb-
anon. He fled from West Ger-
many in a private plane that
landed in Basle, Switzerland.
There is no extradition treaty
between West Germany and
Egypt, and it appeared unlikely
'hat the Government of Egypt, a
haven for former Nazis would
comply with Bonn"s extradition
request.
The opposition Social Democrat-
ic Party decided this week to raise
in the Bundestag the issue of the
Nazi's escape. They plan to ask
how it was possible for the Nazi
to have had his passport with him
in prison, which facilitated his
escape to Switzerland.
Announcing
Canadian
Lord
Calvert.
This is as fine a whisky as ever came out or Canada
We're bringing this whisky across the border
in barrels because this is the only way we can
t to you at a reasonable price.
B\ bottling it in the U.S.A., we gave enough
j in taxes and height to shave about a
off the price of every fifth!
llie wlii^k) itself is something of'a triumph.
\ blend of great whiskies from five different
ns of Canada.
This is a history-making event in the
v. hisky business.
You might say it calls for a drink.
Joseph M. Lipton (left), president of Dade Fedeial Savings anc
Loan Association of Miami, meets with Jose Vazguez Mendez
head of the Mexican Tourist Commission in Miami, at the
official close of a contest held in conjunction with the openinc
of Dade Federal's new Kendall Branch. Some 20,000 persons
from Southeast Florida entered the contest, which features c
free trip to Mexico City, a Philco color television console anc
a Plymouth Valiant. Winners will be announced this month
The new Kendall Branch is Dade Federal's sixth office in Dade
County. One of the nation's oldest and largest savings anc
loan associations, Dade Federal has served the Miami arec
for over 30 years.
Beth Torah
Annual Picnic
Sunday marked the annual pic-
nic of Beth Torah Congregation in
Greynolds Park as part of the ob-
servance of Lag B'Omcr.
Athletic events and competition
were held under the direction of'
Alexander Andron, faculty mem-
ber, and Ben Karp. of the syna-
gogue Men's Club.
A father-son baseball game was
I also held.
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Friday. May 22 1964
'Keren Doroth' Latest Project Launched
By Jewish National Fund at Banquet Here
..Keren Doroth." a link Detween which faces rU
5ns. the newest Jewish sU-d th assart com,-
t ^afc*#fr>Je.<^
<*. i's'sT .-**..
Confirmation services were held at Temple
Judea last Saturday evening, with Rabbi Mor-
decai Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards offi-
ciating. Front row (left to right) are Carole
Goldberg. Ilene Melin, Suzanne Wolpe, Gail
Gordon. Arlene Berkowitz. Ruth Conn. Donna
Dee Weinstein, Margo Schneiderman, Judy
Toback, Betty Wood. Isabel Wechsler, Carol
Toback. Rear (left to right) are Rabbi Podet,
Mark Sussmar, Neal Grossman, Ilene Coren-
blum. Joe Weil. Linda Steinheimer, Steven
Serkin, Lynn Koblenz. Howard Simon, Jed
Zimmerman. Michael Rose, Bruce Moskowitz,
John Farina and Cantor Richards. Not shown
is Judy Stemerman.
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leadquarters in Jerusalem. thr,m{,h ,h. h,m,(.ltl ,.
n accompanyins meagj ,r| Nl,tlni,| KurMl ,..,..
New EEC Resolution With Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
that far. It referred to the mix-
ed committee set up under the'
pact to implement the agree-
ment and hear any Israeli com-
plaints and it urged that the mix-
ed committee also be given au-
thority to formulate proposals
"with a view to extending its
fields of implementation" and
to suggest "efficient formulas to
solve pending questions."
The Parliament met in plenary
nation to discuss a report by P.
A Blaisse. president of the EEC
external trade commission, in
\ huh he stressed the political im-
portance of the EEC Israel agree-
ment despite "its mode contents."
The agreement provides tariff
concessions on a number of Israeli
exports to Euromart. Like other
speakers, he described the pad
as only a beginning, a Brat step
in EEC-Israel relations, and lie
added that it was necessary for
Israel to continue to develop ex-
ports of its oranges to the Euro-
mart countries The pact does
not include tariff concessions on
oranges.
Two of the speakers touched
on the political aspects of Is-
rael's relationship with the EEC.
Louis Terrenneire, a close asso-
ciate of French President
Charles de Gaulle and former
French Cabinet member, severe-
ly criticized Soviet Premier
Khrushchev for his anti-Israel
declarations in Cairo this week.
He called for European support
for Israel "at this difficult hour
in her history."
The Gauillst leader al>o cited
the charge of "imperialism" made
against I.-rael and that he was
therefore happy about the "politi-
cal value" of the EEC-Israel
agreement. He said also that
while he was disappointed hy the
poor contents" of the agreement.
he considered it a first step which
would lead to a wide agreement
National Fund project was launch-
ed official!) Wednesday at he
lewish National Fund of Greater
Miami banquet at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel
"The project envisions a I,,lk
between generations." declared
Dr Irvin. Lehrman. JNF foun-
dation chairman. by enabling
parents, grandparents, uncles r
aunts to invest OJN '";
Jewish National Fund for each
beneficiary.
,, his or her birthday, the
heneflcJarj in whose name the in-
vestment was made will nveive
SM from the Jewis
Fund
with a..
from the JNF world chairman.
Im Lehrman explained
This will insure a steady flow
of funds to strengthen the work
of the JNF and also forge a
stronger tie between th* recip-
ient and the Jewish people, he
said.
Tribute for the
administrator, Great
1
when he was here in Fcbi
Implementation ol the plan was
postponed du< to the pri Tit) 11
en to Greater Miami participa
tion in the John F Kenned,) F< r
e-t project in Israel.
Rabbi Mayi r tbramt it/, pres
ident. Soathoast PJ< gion, Jewish
National Fund of America, laud-
ed the Greater Miami .ink for its
accomplishment and stressed the
need Rr greater dedication and
service He called once attain tor
'acceptance ol thi challenge
with.
Jewish State's oner
"The Jewish National
a bulwark of del
\v Kogan. chairmen ol
Greater Miami .inf. an<
tor ol the idea ol Mi \r
lettlement in Israel, -d (,v
Nahal on the Jordanear. ordsr
which has already contril
measurably to the securil ,| uk
State of Israel by itop| ; intii-
trution in an area whit :r .-,
yean ilnoe the ectablisl ml ,1
the State of Israel had 1
settlement there "
The Foundation supper vludel
a workshop on ways ai
of establishing indiMdna iroject]
in the program wen Ra 11 Solo-
in 1 m Schiff, ^ ho deliven be in-
t:.m and bam lictl)
1 r -Hi. singer os mti itional
and l hat 1<
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Friday. May 22. 1964
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Terr.- !e Emanu-El 1964 graduatinq class in-
:op row (left to right) Barnard Nusbaum,
r.e Cypen, Lane Cari'n. Harold Pincus.
Tarcsow. education director, Dr. Irv-
Lehrman, Mrs. Ida Porush, class teacher,
Schneidei, Paul Weintraub. Michael
Insier. Sscond row are Ellen Epstein. Erna
Zemel, Janet Reiff, Jan Gars, Candy Silver,
Marti Harris. Mindy Mitnick. Lidia Epalbaum.
Fror,t row ore (seated) Pamela b.aiolenki,
Michelle Newman. Shellie Miller, Teresa
Bccuus, Dale Klein. Carlo Pollack.
Temple Emanu-Ei Gradutes Students
Raphael K Yunes, chairman.
Board ol Education of Temple
Emanu-El, announced that Reli-
gious School graduation took place
on Friday evening during regu
labbath services.
Students received diplomas and
participated in a specially-written
Golden Heritage
also marked Tom
annual uhserv
Hamoreh, Jewish
and a special tri
to the school lae
Lohrniati greet
RICHARD SffCft
Micmians Get
Capitol Hill Posts
Richard Siegel. 19. son of Mr
it, Harrj SiegeJ, 83oo s\v
and Howard Korman. 18,
in i Mr. and Mrs. Isadore For-
um, :oi Biseayne Point Kd,
li.in ade Junior College stu-
lents, have won appointments to
. mal internships this
r from the Florida Center
I i tion in Politics In Wash
D.C
-r. graduating this spring
Kuw .ile of Arts Do^n e
e Ilia internship in tin-
Florida Rep. Samuel (lib
Porman, a Brst-year rtu
ill he assigned to the ol
Rep. Claude Pepper
ties will include office pro
uork alignments dealing
< -s. legislation, patronage
Eerest groups, research and
\ i..r l>ills. press releases.
television and radio statements,
committee and sub-
tee meetings
cantata, "Our
The occasion
pie Emanu-EI'
ance ol Yotn
Teachers' Day.
butc w .i~ pai i
U tv I r lr\ in
ed tii!' graduates and teachers
. rid spoke on "The Glorious Chain
.'i Tradil on
Class valedictorians were Lidia,
daughtt r of Mr and Mrs, Sholem
Epelbaum, and Teresa, daughter
ol Mr and Mrs. Joseph Bachus.
Other members ol the graduating
Class were:
Pamela, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs, Andred Kialolenki; l.ane. son
ll Mr and Mr-. Dennis Carlin;
Wayne, son ol Judge and Mrs.
I'vlng Cypen; Ellen, daughter ot
Mr and Mrs I.eon Epstein; Jan.
Ad Firm Staffer
M Upton, president,
ill Federal Savings and Loan
lion of Miami, announced
i k the ele< non of c. George
' i lo the post of a-sislant
president in charge of the
-1 division of the Mort-
Loan Department. and
' W. Hume, formerly as-
I auditor, to assistant secre-
ibunemenl Division of the
ion's Mortgage Loan De
Hollywood Lodge
Of B'nai B'rith
Elects Officers
Hollywood Sunshine Lodge of
B'nai B'rith elected the following
officers and trustees to serve for
Ihe coming year
President, Leon Dickoff; vice
presidents, Douglas Kaplan. Rab-
bi Samuel A. Jatle, ami Rabbi
Morton Malavsky; chaplain, Al
Lichtenberg
Financial secretary. Fred Klein,
corresponding secretary, Sam Ob-
let/: recording Secretary, Henry
I. Kaye; treasurer. David II, Har
i is; warden. Harold Babes.
Three year trustees Joseph
Flandshu, David Sokolow, Louis
Charnovv. Charles Daniels. Jonas
Sehacter, Mars Sloan and Ansel
A. Wittenstein
Two-year trustees, Herman
Aienson. Jules Fischbein. David
Greenberg, Jacob Harrison.
Charles .lalfe. Dr. Samuel Miller
aud Rabbi David Shapiro.
One-year trustees. Frank Fos-
man, Maynard Abrams. Leon
Blander. Julius Green, Jack Ber
man, Colemau Rosenfield and
David 1'ortnoy
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Business and Professional Kupat Holim
Names Jacob Rifkin New Chairman
' '( >!> Rifkin lias been named
I hail IfH! t and 196."i ot the
Miami Business and Fro-
. lotial Council ot Kupat Holim.
* ir'o.mi i-iii> i ol Ritkin's ap-
p hitmen! was made here Wed-
,ie day tj Mrs Anna Brenner Mey
rs. outgo ng chairman
Meyers i- leaving the of-
in th" pn ss <-i her wide
.aiietj ol civic, professional and
charitable activities, including her
"i-ition as a member of the Dade
.'in stj Board ai Public- Instruc-
tion,
Rifkin, the rcw chairman, has
been a Tri :tee cf the Israel
Bond camnaigr. for ihe past 13
years, and is active in a variety
of Israeli institutions, including
Hebrew University and Tech-
nion.
He is a founder of th" Greater
Miami Rehabilitation Center in
Beersheba, Israel The center is
currently nearing completion and
was built through partial, sponsor
ship of construction costs by the
Business and Professional Council
here
Rifkin is a member of the Bud
gcl Committee ol the Creator
mi Jewish Federati n an I ol
the Board ol Din ctors ol Temple
B< in Shol m
A champagne dinner banquet
was held in Ritkin's honor lasl De
cember by the Business and Pro-
1 ssional Council lor Kupt Holim
Rifkin received the Ilistadrut Man
ol the Year" Award at the din-
ner in honor of his "outstanding
son of Mr and Mrs. lruin Gars;
Marti, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs.
Elliott Harris; Michael, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Charles Insler; Dale, son
ii Mr and Mrs. Ben Klein: Shellie,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ger
shon Miller.
Mindy, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Myron Mitnick: Michelle,
r. ughter of Mr and Mrs Milton
Newman: Bernard, son ol Mr and
vis Aaron Nusbaum; Harold, son
i I Mr, and Mis Jack I'iniu-
i.irla. daughter ol Mr, and Mrs
Irving Pollack. Janet, daughter
ol Mr- Anne Reiff; Lloyd, son
of Mr, and Airs Hank Schneider;
Robin, daughter ol Mr ami Mrs
Herbert Silver; Paul, son ol Mr
and Mrs Sigmund Weintraub;
Erna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Hebert Zemel.
JACOB RlfKIN
efforts on behali 'i the Greater
Miami Medical Center in lieer-
sheba."
The center will be dedicated
on July 10. Taking part will be
leading members of the Israel
Government, a; well as officials
of Histadrut and Kupat Holim,
medical arm of Histadrut.
Local delegates attending the
event will he Rabbi Leon Krot
ish, honorary chairman of the
Creator Miami Histadrut Commit-
tee; Sam !-' 'instein, president;
a oshe Herman executive director;
and Julius E Cooper, a founder
ol the center
!n-Service Program Expand ng at Cedars Hospital
With the completion of Cedars
ol Lebanon Hospital's upper three
floors, Administrator S. K. Bi-.n
siein this week announced inau-
guration of an expanded in-service
program under direction of Ihe
Women's Auxiliary
President Mrs. Tod Lotterman
said two now orientation programs
lor volunteers -irr now availabli
Classes are hold Mondays, 8:30
a.m. and 2 p.m.; Tuesday- and
Wednesday 8 30 a.m. and 12
noon.
"Auxiliary members are requir-
ed to complete these streamlined
courses to learn about the new
( onstant Cardiac Care Center and
other innovations which have
I en added." said Mrs. Lolter-
n an, noting that Cedars' bed
capacity is now 858, and addi-
iional volunteers arc needed t<*
assist patients
Assisting with interviews of
volunteers are Mesdames M E.
Glasser, Benjamin Oren and
Stanley Watts
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Friday. May 22 \<\
5ij~fDRWairt Trusteeship for Palestine?
Continued from Pago '"*
ing leaned tow.rd wider use
of the idea of trusteeship for
Palestine, making Paleft.ne a
real Holy Land for all rat**"".
with a Jew. a Christ.an and a
Moslem as the three responsible
trustees. He said he '"'''ed ''
might be difficult to get the
agreement of the Jews to such
a plan but. if the Moslems and
the Christians of the world
agreed, he hoped the Jews could
also be persuaded."
-ielpinq the Navy celebrate Armed Forces Week in Dcide
? >s Mover'Charles "Chuck" Kail shown he.e cutting
he decorated cake with his own Navy sword. InscnpUon on
he cake was "Navy K.ckoH for Armed Forces Week. Dade
County Florida." Event took place before officers and men
^f theNaval Reserve Surface Division. MS Reserve Training Center in Miami. Left to right are Lt. Cmdr.
Marvin G.eenwald. executive officer; Capt. Fred Calles. Nava
Reserve Group Commander: Mayor Hall, an inactive naval
officer: and Lt. Cmdr. Hyman Galbut. commanding officer
of the division.
Temple Sinai Confirmation
bach; Robert, ion oi Dr and
Stirs DavW CroweU; Barn ion
0l Mr and Mrs David Field.
Doreen, daughter of Mr and Mrs
Mel Grayaon; Michael, son of Mr
and Mrs. Arthur Hittleman. Lynn
Temple Sinai held confirmation
erciaes in conjunction with the
stival ol Shavuot on Sunday at
I a.m Babbi Daniel E Lowj
as assisted by Cantor Chet Gale
d the Temple Choir, accompan-
;' 1J21i'. IS
K, FUis Marks; Jay. son of Mr and
Diploma were presented by Mrs Sol' Schechter; Jerry, son of
Sjaauel Bloom, who instruct* the Mr. and Mrs Al Sherman; Lynn.
. abb. Louv. and B.ble> ere berg, and Mara Beth daughter
raeented b^ Irv>nS Jacob>or.. Re- oi Mr and Mrs M.chae WeatO*.
_,ous School principal Clas> members presented -
Conftrmand> erv Karen, daugh- agogue flas for the pulpit
i-t of Mr. and Mrs Edward Auer- congregation
The documents show that tin-
Mate Department, during 1943.
lost no time in trying to watei
down the idea o. equal rev
lation on a possible Palestine
trusteeship for Jews. Mt*
and Christians a memorandum
done a feu eek> after the H -
k.ns meeting vwth Roosevelt, writ-
ten by the State IV;
chief of the Division of V .,: I -'
era fcffairs. Mr Merriam. spelled
out the kind of Jewish repre>er.
tation he had m mind I nder the
Merriam formula, membership in
the trusteeship body wouUi
been based on the number
h,\or> in the three r -
Christian. Jewish and Moslem-
throughout the world
The Merriam memorandum -'
ed Considering there are in the
world some 585.(XX>
10 000 Moslem- and If
jews the body might havt
bership I sis consisting
Christians o Moslems
,u- u it is desired to reflect
the number of communicants more
accurately, the body coul
sist of six Christians two Moslems
and one Jew
To make sure that Jews
only minimal representation, the
Merriam' plan proposed further
that the tingle Jewish member be
"rotaU 'hat this Jew would
represent Zionist-, non Z
and anti-Zionists at the momor
the foregoing appears
ihe major attitudes <"
v ard Palestine."
The Hoskins memorandum
alt0 stated that it was .moos-
s.ble to obtain agreement on the
Palestine problem between Saud.
Arabia's King Saud and Or.
Chain, Weiimann. then pres.dent
of fne World Zionist Orgamia-
tion. The reason was. accord-
ing to Hoskins, that King Saud
had been offended by an alleged
Weiimann offer of a "br.be of
25 0C0 000 pounds sterling. An-
other document in the volume
.ndicated that King Saud had
kept silent when the alle3ed
bribe" offer was made.
, reflocl,. picture in a report to Present
lewry to I Roosevelt. Gen. Hurley h,,d re.'
ported that "among the Arabs,
there is little or no anti-Jewigi
sentiment as we Qtdinaril) u-r
the term, nor is there serious op.
po-ition to the concept of ,* J,..
ish national home"
Bernard Berman
Running Strong
No, .... King Saud oppos
tl, meeting Dr Wcizmann or
ent with /'<>"
. State I-e
...... but he also in
. id abo insis
. ..: from Palestine ol
Jcws who had legally immi
lo thai land during the
However, th, book indicates
emissarj
. ..., ,. idle Easl Gen Patrick
ate. a different
Graduates Will
Be Honored Fri.
. Hebri
164. to be I
t the I lay evening -> r
v.,-. Mr. and Mr- Mar
,ii Levin; Karen, i ler ol Mr
nour Schulner; Gail,
I Mi Mrs Se>
Simon
students have completed
years of Hebrew instruction
will receive certificate!
Rabbi Mordecei Podel and Can
tor Gordon Richards will officiate
Bernard Berman, prominent attor-
ney anal North Miami Beach Council
man who served as Special Assistant
Attorney General has gained the ei
dorsement of every major labor or
ganiiotion in his bid for the State
Legislature in Croup 2.
Berman is a member of Ihe Floride
league of Municipalities and a Viet
President and Director of the Tri
County Governmental league.
He pledges to fight for fair <>
resentation and to stop a sales Hi
on food and medicine. Berman hoi
also pledged to fight for lewtf outi
insurance rotes and for an increou
in workman's compensation benefits.
Berman is a member of the Shrine
Moose, American legion. J.W.V.
Knights of Pythias and the Civil Serv-
ice Defense Council.
vote fo
Bernard Berman
STATl lEGISUTUtf GROUP ?
Pull Lever 2
ELECT ROBERT L
SHEVIN
Your State Representative
GROUP 1
LEVER 4A
County-Wide Vote
Shevin Serves His Community
MEMBER, BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
LEGAL COUNSEL, DADE LEGISLATIVE DELEGATION
CHAIRMAN, MIAMI ECONOMIC ADVISORY BOARD
MEMBER, BNAI B'RITH
BANK DIRECTOR
FORMER SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER BETH DAVID
ACTIVE IN GOVERNMENT RESEARCH COUNCIL
JEWISH WELFARE AND CHILDREN'S SERVICE
'S,'te P-9rom
8s Won
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ELECT ROBERT L. SHEVIN ... A RESPONSIBLE REPRESENTATIVE PULL LEVER 4-M


Friday. May 22. 1964
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Paqe 9-A
At a tri-installation of officers of Temple Or Olom. as well as
its irotherhod and Sisterhood. Jerome Himmeliarb. outgoing
;iei.dent. turns over the gavel of his office lo Samuel Putter-

new president.
Scbulro.au will lu' the new
... director of the Anti-De-
tion League of B'nal B'rith.
ictl Roth, chairman of the
Be ;iooal Hoard of the
aim. announced the appointment
hulma!) on Wednesday.
Sihi iman succeeds Nate Perlmut-
ler, v ho ha* resigned to accept
. directorship of the New York
n nt the League
Schulman is currtntly serving
as director of th- Southcentril
Regional office of the Anti-De-
famarion Leagua of B'nai B'rith.
In this capacity, ho has worked
vi'r many community organic
zations in Arkansas, Louisiana
a ltd* mississ_ippf.
Schulman has served as a con-
tultant to the National Council of
Churchei and the U.S. Air Force
He received the ab degree in
sociology from the University of""
Delaware, and has done advanced
v.nrk and taught at both the I'm
wrsi of North Carolina and the
I n.m rstij of Hawaii.
ilman served with the Unit-
states Army, and he has tra>
(In xtensively throughout the
l s and abroad, having been
nl the world once and in Eu-
ice
ID-::IN SCHULMAN
filer eth Israel Meeting
meeting of Congregation
th Israel and Sisterh'jod is
latcd for Monday, 8 p.m., in the
Social Hall.
Federation Annual Meeting Sunday
Continued from Pago I-A m
had beer, recommended for Fed-
eration officers for 1964-1965:
Honorary president. Samuel N.
Frledland; president. Sidney Let-
COUTt; vice president. Judge Irv-
ing Cypen, David S Kleeman,
Leon Kaplan. Dr Irving Lehrman
arid Joseph .\I Lipton; treasurer.
Ernett Janis; associate treasurer,
Leonard Avbess; secretary. David
P. Catsman; associate secretary,
liiirtun I!. Goldsein,
, Trustees. Sam Blank, chairman,
lien Blum. Leo A. Chaikin, Sam A.
Goldstein. Samuel Kipnis, Baron
de Hirsch Meyer. A J. Molasky.
Joseph at. Hose. Harry Sirkin.
.Mrs Samuel Simonhoff and Mrs.
Carl Weinklc.
Past president. Sam Blank. A.
,i Harris, Sam J. Heiman. How-
ard Kane. Aaron II, Kanner. Stan-
It y c Myers, Max Orovitz, Dan B.
Ruskin. Jacob Sher. William D
Singer, and Carl Weinkle.
Judge Cypen said that "because
the evening will be a festive oc-
casion, the presence of a guest
speaker will not be in keeping
v.ith the tone of the occasion.
"We have made every effort to
limit our program to presentation
ol awards to campaign leaders and
workers and to the installation of
the charter members of the Gold-
en and Silver Menorah Clubs." he
explained
..
Irwin Schulman Named New Director
Of Florida Anti-Defamation League
Presidents Feted
At Council Meet
New i'ii lenta of the member
in.its nt the B'nal B'rith Council
ot South Florida were hon-
i.ied at a Council meeting Thurs-
day night, 8 p.m.. at the DiLido

Eli Hurwitx, new president of
the council, which includes all
ledges in Dade and Broward ,
i ounties, issued the call for the
organizational session.
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Friday, May 22, 1964
Miniature Torahs Dedicated
slx miniature Toralw **
'ii'"Ai'' ""-"; i 2J
,,h ssrah Religious School jh
ices ,,,, tne t.rst dwofSta.
Sundas Abraham J Gltt*
education director, ">
r.ounced.
. |,av. been donated
Stuart
'Hi
;( Michael. Jeffrej and
scwman in honor of ttaeii grand
I ,ther. Jacob Spiti
reth David confirmation service will be held
i unday 8 p.m., in the main sanctuary. The
;.ass will present a cantata. "If Not Higher
ritten by Cantor Samuel Rosenbaum. Lett
j riqht (first row* are Ann Marie Steinberg,
:sther J. Barrow, Shaaron Edelblum. Judith
; -hiff, Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor Wil-
am Lipson, Francme Gail Smith, Sandra
Hack, Barbara Greene. Marcia Ellen Boren.
Second row (left to right) are Ann Scherr, Ruth
Liebeskind. Minna Lea Forer. Eddyse Hersh-
bein. Janet Sue Rabinowitz. and Nancy Laz-
arus. Third row (left to right* are Frank Kreut-
zer. confirmation teacher, Roy Weinkle, Larry
Stein Louis Herskowitz, David Silver Philip
Robin. Daniel A. Weiss. Harris Leonard Fried-
man. Robert Joel Covin, Arthur Berkowitz,
LUseo Perez, Jerome B. Orlin, Saul Rabin, edu-
cation director.
Erica. Mich
el and D 1 Reiss in honor of
,heir grandparents. Mr and Mrs
David Dorfman; Dr. and Mrs
Sam Leb ... honor of Stephen.
Michael and Robert Leb; Mr ana
Mrs Stanlej Friedman In honoi
Michael. Lee and Perry Fried-
man; Mr. and Mrs. Stanlev
in honor of Cathy and i;
Slt'in; Mr. ^ncOlrs. Itou .inl Ra|.
!u in honor of Michael Bni i
Elyse Kalby
They wore placed in the I
Ark with observances that
ed the singing of appropriat.
cd.es and the carryiriu of the
scrolla throughout the Syna
The \iei Congregation is
,(l by Miss Beatrice Levin and
provides services for stud.
the Sunday School of Bell. I rah
Congregation each Saturday
inn Participating In the -
v .is Nat Ostrov. who was Instru-
Golda Visits With Soviet Emissary
<
i
ERUSALEM (JTA) Mrs
Ida Meir, Israel's Foreign Mm
er. called in Soviet Ambassador
hail Bodrov th.- week, presum-
ly for clarification of the stale
nts affecting Israel made by
net Premier Khrushchev in
iro on Monday Israel .- par-
ilarl: interested in the Soviet
Sder's declaration ot support for
Arab Opposition to Israel's na
nal water carrier project
The Soviet Premier referred to
ael s "diversion" of Jordan
.er v ater for the project, and
was, assumed Mrs Meir would
,. U) the Soviet envoy that
ael will use only the amount
water allotted to it under the
an developed by the late Eric
inston as a special envoy ot
n President Eisenhower. The
n was approved at the tech-
al level by both Israel and the
ah states concerned, hut reject
by t'.e Arab ruler> for political
.Mis-
informed sources indicated
here that the test of Khrush-
chev's pledge of support in Cairo
for Arab opposition to Israel's
national water project will be
the extent and natur- of Soviet
aid developing from his visit io
Egypt. While it was agreed
here that the Soviet Premier
wculd not provide Nasser with
ruclear arms, in conformity
with the Soviet-United States
commitment to prevent the
spread of ruch weapons, it was
considered certain that the Sov-
iet Union would enlarge its mili-
tary and economic aid to the
Nasser regime as a result of
the Premier's visit.
French Premier Georges Pompi-
dou meanwhile dismissed this week
;.s 'just words" the anti-Israel
statements made by Soviet Prem
,oi Khrushchev in Cairo during
his visit to Egypt.
Previously leading French news
papers headlined the Soviet lead
PROGRAM
ECONOMY FAIRNESS
IN TO
GOVERNMENT OUKTEOTLE
GROWTH
FOR
DADE COUNTY
I wont to thonk yoo for your overwhelming support
in the first primary and hope you will oive me your
continued endorsement on May 26fh.
r
RALPH
er's statement and warned that
hit. promise of more militarj aid
H Egypt might involve the n Of
the world in war
The Frcn.h Premier al-' reiter
ated tin' basic policy oi France
and >>t the West of maintaining an
equilibrium of forces in the Mid
die East. He made the statements
at .. luncheon given m i"- honor
b\ the Paris Foreign Press Asso
ciation. In reply t^ a question
about Khrushchev's pro Arab
statements in Cairo, the French
Premier said "one must not at-
laeh excessive importance to
words." His comments were de
>cribed as being in line with the
belief of the French Foreign Min-
istry that Khrushchev > declara-
tions in Cairo were made strictly
tor propaganda purpose-
The mass circulation L'Aurore
emphasised that, if Nasser
"should give In to the tempta-
Hen, and use the forthcoming
Soviet arms aggressively, Amer-
ica might, in turn, be involved
in the fighting, :ince she has
guaranteed the territorial status
quo of the Middle East. Thus,
an Israeli-Arab conflict might
scon e'egenerate into total war-
fare." Other French newspap-
ers commented in the same vein.
In New York. Khrushchev was
accused of "having taken hi ant.
Semitic campaign against Soviet
Jewry from the streets of Russia
tn the gutters ot Cairo The
charge was made bj Jacob Zuker-
man. president of the Workmen's
Circle, world's largest fraternal
order, at a session Ol it- Board
of Directors.
Wf URGE ALL OUR FRIENDS TO
HflP mum BEACH AND All DADE
COUNT? BY VOTING FOR DADE
COl/NTT'S OWN
ROBERT KING
HIGH
Pull Lever 2-A
Sincerely,
MAI ENGLANDER
KENNETH OKA
Religious Service Sunday
Men's Club ol Temple Tifereth
Jacob will hold religious services
on Sunday morning at 9 a in
STATE LEGISLATURE OROUP 2
Elect Dick
RENICK
"A NAME YOU CAN TRUST"
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
GROUP 5 LEVER 8-A
Endorsed by State Representative Leo Furlong and 56,320 Good
Citizens of Dade County.
I'd !
Keep JUDGE "BILL"
CULBREATH
JUVENILE COURT
The three defeated candidates for Juvenile
Court Judge have closed ranks behind JUDGE
CULBREATH. Here's what they have to say:
VICTOR LEVINE: y honest behei that in si lie of
the mar.v charges tacit have been placed at youi leet
your experience for the past nine years as Judqe ol the
juvenile and Domestic Relations Court qualities you for
this position. I am thereby endorsing you wholeheart-
edly and qiant you permission to use my name in :
endorse:: y manner that you see fil
ARAM GOSHGARIAN: 1 qot into the race because
1 thought the people had lost confidence in Judqe Cul-
breath, obviously 1 was mistaken. Compared to his op-
ponent, his experience, judicial temperament, and ma-
turity is so ovetwhe'.minqly superior that I he dorse h'm and uige all my supporters to vote for
support him on May 26."
PHILIP J. CONIGLIO 'In a letter to Judqe Culbreath A*
you know. I have always maintained a great resr-
you. Your dedication to children is well known I
Your ability has always boon apparent. I feel the !u
Court wouiii lufioi greatly :f your mature, ex per .-need
leadership were to be replaced by your present 0]
LET'S GET THE JOB FINISHED
RE-ELECT
JUDGE W. R.
CULBREATH
MAY 26
JUVENILE COURT


Friday. May 22, 1964
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Page 11-A
Vatican Switching Schema on Jews
ML
C/BSON
fcrffclJ
CMffUSZCZ
MANtlCf:
oy Miami Gables Zionists Plan Concert
At Beach High Auditorium on Sunday
Max Parness, president of the
i Gables District of the Zion-
i-i iu.^^nizalion of America, has
announced Hie appointment of
\. -(- Meyers and Meyer F'ine, of-
:i,r ol the district and veteran
/. onisl leaders, as chairmen of a
Sight n( Stan" Concert.
| u pi cial program, open to
t>li< will take place on Sun
\ p\ening, May 24. 8-30 p.m., in
. litorium of Miami Beach
Huh School. A program
lish, Hebrew, eantorial,
i .mil violin music and
raiting has been planned
Two of the highlights of the
concert will be the young maz-
;o soprano, Salwa Merrige, who
has been heard in concert from
Cape Kennedy to the Congo, and
William Royal, leading tenor in
many operas and recording star
for Columbia and Tikva rec-
ords.
Miss Merrige, who has a, reper
ire in ten languages, including
pera, musical comedy, cantonal
11! oratorio, was one of the fore
-' lingers at the festival ot in
rnational music in Miami.
..1 has appeared in leading
tenor roles with the Chicago
pera Companj and the New York
Opera Company, where he
- sung leading tenor roles He
- noted (or his cantonal rcn-
llr has appeared on Kol
19 well ;is in concerts and
tht Greater Miami area
. eai Ing mi the program
i noted young violinist
e ol 'he leading character
Hie Yiddish theatre
Barrett, well known
and narrator, is coordinat-
. concert. Serving a> co-
are Greta Shubow, Mr.
Morris Simon, and Fred
THe yotng violinist is Brogdan
cz, a member of the
sity of Miami Symphony
OrOestra, who has made eon-
'd recital appearances on
on and throughout the
'y.
b artist is Michl Gib
foi n j \ears wa- at
aith the world-renowned
GlfJ TO CJA
o Greater Miami young
- have heard about the
ed Jewish Appeal
hi' philanthropic work
mi heh..it ot ,i \ ariety
i humanitarian causes here.
hout the nation and
ad
I he youngsters, Lou Ann
Smith and Joey Alan Smith,
week -ent a letter to the
i' Miami Jewish Fed
in, which annually con
Hie Combined Jewish
ll Wrote the y
' who live at 2:15 So.
'ii- Di
1 iiar c.ia. We hope you
tins monej well "
signed their names
ith "love."
amount? Thirty one
' "mi.:! ed je i-h Appeal
.mi' acknowledging
ill with sincere gran
Yiddish Art Theatre and Maurice
Schwartz.
(iibson has toured through ml
the United States, as well as
Europe, ami was acclaimed [or
his one-man portrayals and later-
pretatioaa ot the Yiddish daeaks.
Proceeds of the concert have
been earmarked for the s : 1 1
ship Fund ol the Klar Silver Agri-
cultural Training Institute in
Ashkelon, Israel, maintained by
tin' Zionist Organisation ol Amer-
ica,
Continued from Page 1-A
i oily had the jurisdiction over
questions concerning Catholic-Jew-
ish relations
Cardinal Marell.i. the 70-year-old
in ad 01 tin- new secretariat, has
been (or about I0 year- in the
Vatican's foreign service, tie was
apostolic delegate to Japan for 15
years Ik- also served as Papal
Nuncio in France. The Italian
prelate is archprii -' of St Pctei s
Basilica.
A priest who served as an Ital-
ian army chaplain during World
War II has quoted the late Pope
. iu> XII aa >a>in^ he had thought
many times of excommunicating
Nazis lor their persecution of
J< >, bat held hack because of
--in-- on 'he Vatican and for
[tar of making things even worse
.or 111" Jew -.
This latest development in
the controversy over the late
Pontiff's stand on Nazism, touch-
off by the play, "The Deputy,"
appeared in the Italian religious
monthly, "The Paria," in an
article by Fr. Pirro Scavizzi.
"The Deputy," by West German
playwright Rolf Hochhuth,
charges that the late Pontiff
failed to speak out against .ne
Nazi slaughter of European
Jewry.
Father Scavizzi wrote that he
learned about the mass murders
of Jews while he accompanied
Italian troops through Germany
end Austria en route to the Rus-
sian (Font, Later, he had a pri-
vate audience with Pope I'm.-, he
stated, and "I told him all I
I.new." The priest added. "I saw
him cry like a boy and pray like
.. saint."
The Pope told him: "Please tell
everyone, everyone you can, that
the Pope agonizes for them (the
Jiwsi Many times I thought of
scorching Nazism with the light-
ning of excommunication and of
denouncing to the civilized world
the criminality of the exlcrmina
turn of Jew a
"We have heard the grave
menace of retaliation not on our
person but on the poor m.'.n.
We have received from vario.
channels uigent recommend,
tions that the Holy See not tat-
drastic stand."
"After many years and m,
prayers. I judged that any p
list of mine not only would I
to help anyone but would (re.
e\en more fury againsl Ih" Jet
multiplying the acts of cruel
Perhaps my solemn protect woi
have earned me praise kom t
civil world, but it also would ha
provided lor the Jews a more 1
placable persecution I lo.
the Jews." the late Pontiff v
quoted by the priest as havi
said.
Guest Speakers at Meeting
Barney Bernstein. preside
Florida Institute of Certified P
lie Accountants, and Cliff Beasl-
managing director, were gu
speakers at the annual electi
meeting ol the Dade Count., Ch,
tcr of the state organization h-
last Monday evening at the I
cayne Hotel.
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Friday. May 22, ]
Newly-installed central and branch presidents of the YM and
YWHA of Greater Miami are congiatulated ot the recent an-
nual dinner at Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club by install-
ing officer. Harold Thurman (left), vice president of the Lireater
Miami Jewish Federation. Accepting the god wishes of Thur-
man are (left to right) Herschel Rosenthal, president, Greater
Miami "Y," Maxwell Waas, president. Miami Branch, and
Michael Salmon, president, North County Branch.____________
Home Owners Install Officers
New officers were installed by
tha Biscayne Point Home Owners
Association at a banquet at the
Alters Hotel, with Miami Beach
Mayor Uelvio Hichard presiding.
Outgoing prest'ent Milton Gay-
nor. senior vice president of
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Robert King High
Robert King High brought his
campaign lo Mian" Beach on sun-
day with an address before some
GOO supporters at the DiLido
Hotel The Miami Mayor renewed
bis pledge to support President
Johnson in 1964.
Mayor High pledged that, i
ted, "1 will represenl .ill ol
Florida, not jusl special interesl
throughout the stat< He
pledged to "work for a new
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Washington Federal Savings and
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handled presentation of awards
at the banquet.
New officers include Godfrey
Perell, chairman of the board;
Dr. Edward Lift, president; Alan
j H. Rothstein, first vice presi-
dent; Dr. Julius A. Greenhouse,
second vice president; Max Or-
I m. third vice president; Ezra
Feingold, honorary president,
Mrs. Lillian Rogers, recording
secretary; Mrs. Elizabeth Krivit-
] zin, financial secretary; and Har-
ry X. Goldberg, treasurer.
New Board of Trustees includes
Joseph Albert Sr., Philip Gren-
uald, Morris Hertzon. Bernard
Kosen. Dr. Jack Rozen. Thomas F.
Smith. Bernard Lazarus. Nathan
Rattner. Joseph Roscnblum. Aaron
Topper. Murray J. Weil. Mrs.
Carola Weinberg. Mrs. Irving Gaby
and Dr. Edward Litt.
New Board of Directors includes
Mrs. Herbert Alter. Mrs. Fred
Beckman. Mrs. liaskell Bratter.
Mrs Edmund Burke. Herman
Caine. Meyer W. Deutschman. Gus
Fisher. Norman Harrow. Jacob
Kram. Irwin Levin. Robert Oppcn-
beimer, Mrs. Godfrey Perell. Jos-
eph Rose, Robert Schwartz. Mrs
Aaron Tepper, Mr. and Mrs. w.
Waller, Isidore Woolow ick. Mrs.
Joel Aberman. Edward Newman.
George Goodman, Mrs. Philip
Greenwald, Judge Bernard A.
Frank. Mrs. Milton Lesser and
Vincent Lombard!
Among those attending the ban-
et were Dado County Mayor
Chuck Hall and Miami Beach
Councilmen llyman Galbut and
Malvin Englander,
Herald and Miami
intend
spirit
also
for-
t;i\
and
Haydon Burns
Declaring himsell "a candidate
ji the people." Jacksonville Ma)
or Haydon Burns has vowed that
"under no circumstances will 1
sell out the office ol governor lo
special interests
Burn* also "I"- week dci kind
his opposition to the public accom-
modations section oi the Civil
Rights Bill, stating th:ii 1 am
not going to change my campaign
one bit nor alter my platform one
iota in the second primary."
Kenneth Myers
Candidate tor Slide Legislature
in group 5. Kenneth Myers, on
the eve of Use Tuesday runoff
again declared thai i am prepar
ed for public service "
The candidate is from a famil)
with a long history ol such ser-
vice to the Jewish and general
communities here and nationally.
He has received the endorsement
of many publication-, including
Confirmation Held
At Ner Tamid
Confirmation exercises at Tem-
ple Ner Tamid were held in
conjunction with the regular Sat-
urday morning services conduct-
ed by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz and
Cantor Saul H. Breeh
Murray A. Shaw, COi
president, and Dan Piver, Men's
Club president, will make the
presentation to the confirm
the Miami
A year ago he was appointed
one ol the special attorneys to the|
,,,:, Delegation ol the Florida
ature Declared Myers "I
to bring lo mj "rk the
t\ dedii at n ai d civit n
msibilitj thai has been a part
, | ,he Myers famil) tradition mi-
mi verj Ion-
Robert Shevin
Robert Shevin is in the
daj runofl for State Legislature
in Group i The youthful candi
, i, ri peated In- charge this
week thai "Dade County's void
been heard as a whis
per in Tallahassei
Shevin said that his platform
is to gel fair representation and
fair benefits for our fine coun
tj He pointed out that bis
candidae> "has been endorsed bj
the Miami Herald and Miami
New- "
Bernard Berman
In hi- bid for State Legislature
ii, Group 2. Bernard Berman
Councilman of North Miami Beach,
tin- week pledged "to work in be
ball of all of Florida, concentral
m the benefits to be receiv
ed in Dade County."
Vowed Bi rman "It I am elect
ed, I will work toward fairer
tepresentation for the county, in-
creased workmen's compensation
benefits, more aid lor our citizens
and more state park facilities for
both our visitors and our local
residents "
Jack D. Gordon
Continuing his tireless pace ol
campaigning for the runofl to suc-
ceed himsell .is ;i member of the
Dade County School Board, Group
2, .lack I) Gordon said this week
that 'I'm determined to remain
in office and continu. the *
I have started to impn j
school system."
Added Gordon: "-Dai
has the seventh Largest set
ten m the nation am
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ICJIOMS
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crvices
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,-H ISPAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ayr *- ,
i>i Saturday B:SO a.m.
h \l:in, *'n of Mr. ami
.1 Trailna. Harmon; "Tin*
I ,i Teaching? of Jurtit-

#5
(JUeehend
Nath.in H Zwilcnan. C,intoi Alex-
vali
Mi-
of Mr. and
ander Cohen.
I'C '
SHALOM CONCREGA.
SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Israel Kershner.
CANDLEUGHTING T/AK
11 Sivan 6:44 pjn.
|S-t EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
..itive Rabbi Abraham Sch.
AVID 3625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
RabOl Norman N. Shapiro.
WiHiam W. Lipson
fi i' ini. | in Bar
li .I..TI I v.v ill. Mm ol -Mi .
-,,| i ;..-, nbefl

L. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho-
t|>i Solomon Schiff.
..... Baturda) H 10 .i in
I'll. Ii-n> ill I In- Bovlel
"AEL 711 40th St Ortho-
iii H Louis Rottman.
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ACOB 301-311 Washington
thodOB R.ibbi Tibor Stern.
.lam i Mamches.
- ----
- ODES < "01 SW 1?th Ave.
. Traditional Rabbi Max
or Fred Bernstem
a mi Si-rm-in "The
Mni' h.i "i i' in
Portion nf iiii- Lau
Thi l !
Ma imonlriV*
It} ..f III.- !
' lutautndlne Pi roonal-
ii-t." Saturday : a.m.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. MS
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah.
mias.
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TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Con.
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
l-"inl.i\ K:l.* |i in iMtaltatlon of of-
ficers i>l cunirregailon, siM.rh.....i
ami Men's Club, flue*) speaker
Metro 'ommlMiloni >r Alexander Uor-
.inn Knturda.i fl I* a.m Bar Mlta-
vah: I.- -....... Mi ami |fra Mai
in I:. .-.II
_ .._
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Mumi. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Ba imgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner
N In 1- in Kermon "The
i. w I I'lllon Pi Offrfl in
|oln mil i.'mw 1.1. i >.i\ oi i'i ,i .
-. In .1 !- .1 Katui .la v b> In- KJ ii-i -
ui \" rli ..
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TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei.
rviiia.N S:3n p.m. Sermon: "The
PrieMtly Benediction." Saim-ila\ N 10
a.m. Car Mltxvnh: Bdwln, huh of
i .Mr. ami Mr- David S.lilff.
~ ----
T TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cinlor Hirsh Adler.
l-'ii-l.i\ il |i.in. Salurilav a.m. liar
Mltavah: Toby, von of Mr ami Mrs.
Sin Irli.n Kpwtor. Baa Mltavah: Kao-
lins, dauirhter "i Mr and Mr- l-'i.-ri-
. ri. k Sleln
Kleharri fJabrteL
Michati upper,
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TEMP*,E TiFERETH- JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative Rabbi
Hyman Gross.
i-'riiia>- 8:13 pin Saturday a.m
Sermon: vvVssSkry Portion."
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Dickson.
Prlila> vir. p.in. Saturda) B:4S m
i__ a-------
TEMPLE 2I0N. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
FYldaj 1:80 p.m. I'HT Vrniili fJrnnp
!.. be iiiM.iii.il. si-lth Victor Deutoh-
inan. paal pr.-.-nli nt. lurnini: '%.
the navel in Joel I'enlck. Saiunla/j
'. i m Bar Mltavah: Arnold, aon
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Roaenbarg
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Werniek.
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YOUNG ISRAEL 990 NE 171st St.
Orthodox. Raobi Sherwin Stauber.
Krlday 6:30 p.m. Saturday K:M a.m.
A rmon: "Challenge of Our Tim..'
CONGREGATION.
Hwy. Conservative.
I April. Cantor H
I ......> \i -
'|i i li lid I'-ii.li-
Shabbal npm
Sal in 'i.i. > I
a
- EL.
Riiph
139 NW 3rd *ve.
Kneger. tecre-
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
I ridav K:I5 n.ni. Sermon: 'The Ka-
linii.n- Dintrovem) Itaalng Among
JVwh in England
TEMPLE JUDSA. 320 Palermo Ave.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecai
Podet. Canto.- Gordon Richards
l-'riiia.v vr. p.m. Katunla} la:Jn < m
* I'-ai Mltxvah Konalil son ol Mi and
Mi.
Summ i m.i1.1
TEMPLE MENORAH. 6?0 75th St.
Conservative. R.iiibi Mayer Abram-
owiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
1 i. 30 p in Sainida) B -i in
l :.n Milxvali .1. : i. -..ii ..r \l and
-.:. \i;i i lui li .- rmon Pol -
I .-li .-I III. I...U
\| .-i w -
l'-i: Mil/
' \| Ml- ,
kl> Poi i.....
e
FILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or.
Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky
e
- ra.i ib4th St. and NE 11th
.-se'vit.ve Ralibi Max Lip-
Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen.
|. in Baa Mltavah
lugtttei ni Mi and Mr*
tailurda) t a.m
-i i1 i -I. -.nil . ..ii I Mis la.I- rl I. s. Iivi-.ii/.
-
ll RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 1S3rd St.
r'.ative Rabbi Harold Richter.
ritor Jack Lerner.
e------
kC.ER GRANADA 50 NW 51st
servative. Rabbi David Ros-
' i
' ;. in Kattsrday v 10 l m
\\>. i.ii Poi nun
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II .DERDALE EMANUEL '801
ews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
M, Leviton.
a ~^
- ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
'.hodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
c .
|i in Saturday I a m
-- preai li. Min< ha 8 l
t rfi CLiMTER. 3175 SW 25th
servative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
-y Cantor Loan Cohen
Sal ui da \ B:4i i.rn
StOI v ..f Am. i,
e
*H ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Rabbi David Lehrfield
h 'in Seif
I A. .. ETZ CHAIM 1544
A\,e. Orthodox. Rabbi
-'eld
a
O N G R EGATION
i Rj Modern Traditional
e
.1V 911 Normandy Or
Rabbi Phineas Wei n
E-ST CENTER 6438 SW 8th
/ Rabbi Zevi Green-
r=V\PLE EMANU-EL
'01 WASHINGTON AVE.
M^omi Beoch
h' several openings for
HrOAY SCHOOL TEACHERS
1964-65 school year.
hwf fca earfrfM and licensed
'o' :ode C*unfy School System.
r1"" send complete biographical
""'notion with application.
TEMPLE BfTH EL OF HOLLY.
WOOD I3SI S 14th Ave Reform.
Rabbi Bamu i Jaffa
Sermon "In he
I-' i S.II UI -I ij
.ih i "i i.
ml M I li Hi no ni
e
TEMPLE BETH SH RAH 7f00 SW
180th St R- oni uctionlal R.'lihi
Moris Skoo Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
vo Mom > Bt Cons rvatlve.
Rabin Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Stem I
a -
TE V1PLL BE f-l SHOLOM 4144 Chase
Ave L beral Ranri Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Convisei.
hrliia) k;i."i p.n > rmon \\.- Dun
\'ni ii. HI -i. Ra rurdaj Ifl 19 a m
I '.ii M -.- v..' Hrlii n .--. ..ii. aon of Mi
an.I Sim Irvlnx Kuxhn No
Baj Rd
e
TEMPLE BNAI ABRAHAM. 387 I.if
TEMPLE NER TAMID 80th St. and
Tat-in Witcway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabin Eugene Labovitz
Cantor Baul H. Breeh.
I i. s.15 I- m llruilual ill exer-
I B h i i' h
rri I'ul I Iilmaii. M
i ii .1 .. i If.It/.ni.in. I'I i ..
ltd hard
. ll'l I'l lill W ,
Whai tin rn ah Mi am- I M<
lui i..r
l.if. .-i'ii ; .i m
a
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conserv.i 11 v-
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel Apni. Cantor Qarahon Levin
Prlfln v ^ 3n pni i' -
! .ii Mr.', Ill M m nl Ml
ami Mm Jm k i 'i ini n
- e
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
121CO NE 16th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale
Pilda> s la |. in Sermon: "The Bole
tin- Layman In t'ong-refcatlonal
From left are Herbert S. Shapiro, chairman of the Gifts and
Legacies Committee of the American Friends of the Hebrew
University, and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, last-year recipi-
ents of the Megiddo Award of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University, offering congratulations to Judge Harold
B. Spaet and Stanley C. Myers who were given the unique
citation at the annual luncheon for attorneys qiven by the
Friends this week.
Duo Receive Megiddo Award
Salaru.ii
II
Bui Mii/.-
Fun Must Never Replace
Joy in the Jewish Home
By RABBI SAMUEL APRIL
Tempi* Or Olom
A most significant insight by
a modern Biblical commentary
on an Otherwise obscure obser-
vation dramatically delineates
the charge in Judaism's tradition
toda) Whereas, it was former-
ly true that man would sfray
from the path ol the Torah. or
wisdom, only because of Ruach
Shtus"a foolish impulseto-
da>. most men perform a mitz-
vah, fulfill a religious precept,
only in the case 01 acquired,
v i-i behavior
Today, we think we must un-
derstand full} every ethical and
ritual preceptor else, why
practice It? Tin- mature reli-
gious lentiment "responds lav-
orabl) in certain habitual ways
t.i the ultimate principles" we
cherish, says Gordon Allport
Perhaps this is the hidden force
behind the dispute between Drs
Brodie and Jacobs, possibly the
British counterpart ol the Amer-
ican problem concerning the
vanishing, 01 rather. deJudaiz
Ing Jew.
I huniblv -ubmit that MM must
inevitabl) choose between joy
in our Judaism and fun under
the sun i- our ultimate end.
"Pun" ll the mOSl overworked.
overtired, overused word In our
vocabulary "Fun isn't work,
that's WO) it'~ tun." the) MJ
If so, then why do we work so
hard to ha\e fun" Why is it
more arduous, tediOUS, and joy-
less than the most strenuous
physical labor? Every day is a
Members ol the (lilts and Le-
gacies Committee of the Ameri-
can Friends ol the Hebrew Uni-
versity and an overflow attend-
ance nt indues and attorneys par-
ticipated in the annual bequests
program luncheon ol the Friends
this week at the Uupont Plaza
Motel, when .Indue Z. W Zeltner.
ol Tel Avi\\ spoke on the "Emerg-
ing Legal System of Israel."
Herbert S. Shapiro, newly-desig-
nated chairman ot the Gifts and
Legacies Committee, welcomed the
famed Israeli jurist and explained
the bequests program.
During a question and answer
period conducted by co-host of the
luncheon. Stanley C. Myers, the
task of the Law Faculty of the He-
brew University in a country with
a new ly-developing legal language.. end at 1700 SW 62nd Ave.
American Friends ol the Hebrew
University in Ne York City on
Ma) 23 and 24 Attending from
Greater Miami will be Mr, and
Mrs Jack S. Popick, president ol
the South Florida Division. Mr
. i Mrs Herbert S Shapiro, Mrs
Oida C. Rubin, Dr. and Mrs Sig-
nuind Fogler. Mr. and Mrs, Her-
man Basch, Mr anu Mrs, Jos-
eph I Yanich, regional director,
and Mrs Edyth II. Geiger
West Miami
May Festival
West Miami Woman's Club held
its annual May Festival last week
no jury system, special religious
courts for marriage and divorce
problems and an inheritance of at
least half a dozen law systems in
that many languages was describ-
ed by Zeltner as "a unique contri-
bution by a university to a na-
tion."
Judge Harold B Spaet. chair
man of the luncheon, received a
Megiddo Award in recognition of
Ida many years of devoted Inter-
est in the bequests program of
he Hebrew University, along with
Myers
Shapiro announced the forth-
coming national conference "i the
Theme was Americanism vs.
Communism." Judges for the
May Queen contest from local
junior high schools included Edith
Zipp. fashion coordinator and Jew
ish Floridian columnist, and AI
ROSCO, of the Burdine'S Advertis-
ing Department.
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overworked word
fun day do "fun" things, eat
"fun" foods, build "fun" homes,
enjoj "imi living! As a means
towards recreation, amusement
fun is proper; as the ultimate
goal, the living end, it becomes
the end ot living, despair rather
than joy,
Fun can never replace "joy
Joy in Jewish contemplation and
action filled our lives and needs
in the past. With joj m yester
day's tradition and tomorrow's
change, with joy In out ritual
modes leading to moral behav-
ior, we may yet be restored to
the never completely vanquish-
ed, but only temporarily van-
ishing, eternal faith Of the fu-
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?age 14-A
Itmltf fUridtor
Friday. May 22. \%{
Striking Sparks
In Jewish World
A SIGN UPON MY HAND. By Marjorie Duhan
Adler. 323 pp. New York: Doobleday. $4.95.
MINING THE rich vein of minority sensitivities
i- both profitable and popular in today's lit
erary marketplace; the past ten or fifteen years
mrc brought increasing numbers ot books by Jews
about their expeneuces as Jews in America and
attempts at evaluating what this special experience
has meant to them as human beings. Most ot the
Osaka bow been fairl> weU received; the Jew.
articulate and analytical, has made himself under-
stood as a symbol of the American immigrant ev
mrtonrn, and it is apparently m term* of the MM*
.1 thai -vmbol and the MMM *t ** M
Mil of the American mystique of treedom and op-
ortunity. that pubiK seceptaaei bat boon P
Man] of the authors oi thOM hooka have struck
-park* in their friction with the non-Jewish world,
nd the -eit-hatred theme has Seen explored with
[t( i t. rrifytng
Jewish b>' calculated assaull
h< m of Bos
- squirming
Mar ru Duhan Adlers novi
theme, provokes onlj I i
Squh M rianne was the only child t firsl
Russian Jaws w h m enw -; : u'

.,. [j snobberies I do so As i n -
arianne vms uncomfortable both with Jews
non-Jewish world to which site .i>v>ired.
It is a little difficult to follow cither her real
g which i^ neither adroit nor intellectual, or her
lew lor.rr.en: is a character, but the book takes
lier thnmigh -< riaa ol unhappy incidentsan af-
fair with a married man. an almost marriage to
.i Gentile blueblood. a marriage with attendant dif
[ten tie.-, an abortionbefore her father's death.
foe rea.-ons not clearly understood, brines her to
..n acceptance of her Jewishness The book was
uie-i to express some kind of affirmation of
eritage, but the disturbed, unhappy figure of
Marianne seems only to have traded one kind of
ticitm for another, especially since the pro-
found lack of knowledge ol Judaism displayed in
< book makes one question v.ist what it is she
wanted.
It is a curiously unsatisfying book. epi>odic in
construction, with a diary-like auention to unim
rtanl details, one which prowokes irritation in-,
-;t. I f sj mpath]
Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
A Dangerous Game
THE FAILURE OF theAv,--
lie.:-.:-. G vexsmenl i
-rliament the bill
aimed at stopping derm..:.
eking on weapons
production abroad, ha- i
hero a sharp rea.:.
quarters which have hith-
.. a moderaU -<
un-
derstanding for the legal dif
.wd in |
tian of the envisaged passport
-o now vividly disturbed over Bonn > behavior
.er.t \. week t >
kesmai I .- :' i -
- j in Israel's
Tha
'.-.-. anding
-
re thej art
. .
so uaccavenl

i
. ___ast the continued presence of I
: an s jpport
alition p- -nand for nip
a campaign I rii world public opri
- r- voiced over the pas waafci
More and more people here now fee! that the CM*
followed the tna. m I>-
Joseph Ber. Gal last year should have never beer.
riaa who tber. objected to this nne of action
A fall year has passed and. except for nic
ed statements no effective step has as yes been take*
Bow tc put an end to the work of it- in Egypt
-here they are building up a war machine whichin Mr
Nassers own words;> icteaded for the oiUmaU oe-
:.t, of the State of facOOL
The bare truth is that the German scientists in
at oa well as the whole German colony there, which
idea experts in various fieldsenjoy the fatherly
.-.age of the West German Embassy there
Copitol ctfahf.- By JESSIE HAIPERW
Becker Amendment Stirs Angry Rumble
Washington
MUDDLED, CONFUSING, vague
and emotional as the issues
are. in the last several months, no
topic on the agenda of the House I
.ludiciarv Committee has received
more mail than the Becker Amend
ment which would overule thi IKS
and 1963 Supreme Court deeis* -
banning prayer ami Bible r.
tng in the public schools. ^i,,t..*n
The present amendment. House Joinl Resolution
693 sponsored by Republican Congressman mm
E. Becker ol New York is an Bttempl I i eompro.
mise and pull together in siogU efl ri o\er i*
other meaaures proposing constitutional amend-
moots ."i religion in the pu "'>
11 .i 693 i- "h '
' K,
trs or Bll > as lony a> >
-
I
Si pn mi Being in
or institi'
Long before I
with
consideratioi


ess" and as "<
nate ralig
Southern politiciai
the stater eiil I S iprem.
sions thi they put th< S
now thet w.
circles it is BOW realized that there is an obvious
overlap o( those who are in favor ol the Becker
Amendment and those who are opposed to the civil
rights bill.
Too. the politicians so concerned with the Beck
er Amendment have not had an easy time rirtit'"! 'be hwtW involved; there has grown in
our BOCietj the attitude that any position taken
bgainsJ prayer can only be considered as, similar
to position- against "home, mother, and virtue
However, not to be lorgotten is the fait that
the Supreme Court made it quite clear that its npm.
ere nut ho-tile to religion, but rather wen
winch considered religion important m ow
tj Mi Justice Clark, speaking for the I
I ne p|a< i ion in our socutv is
trough .. mag tta lii
the Church, and the m.
il heart and mind W
h bitter cipiriani e that u
. '.eminent
. ; OM "i efll
etard."
nsufei
He ise Judicial
Becki tti pt< d
., bob deaomii i
II ol US)
::.. ant bj "noi li
ise hi equally on
: nun sectarian
. ... tic i ngresaman .' i Lmd
\. Vorfc whether, hypothetical!)
.. \ lah uistead oi "Cod" mi
ker could iMvc no n -
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Russian Jewry's Plight, and Our Own, Haunt Us
A SPECTRE IS haunting thousands oi
^ .lev.s in Americathe fate c:
tween 2.500.000 and 3.000.000 Jews in
the I'SSR Yes. the phrase is Stolen
from Karl Marx, and the referent
|ho. : .lews m America" ral
than to all of the Jews here and et
where in the world is deliberate
For. in the first instance, the torn-
I or prospect of seeing the laet
well rprtnj ol .udai>m doJurtailed hoi quaiit)
Jews alone But. alas, il is
rt ,'ev.ish community of this
- IS <; : ..pprec:.!!. ll Rus-
i nly .: comporai I i
-ii opinion :- inform)
-rrophe
The l ol the Amenc; pres*
ki mon than oghaoaora
rtl conference in WOahh
seal Daiffareno
Hn.ei rauasjK. one in every ll
Jews rxtam in the !9aos i
.: the nhyhuol scbjoi n>\. ii NUuia Kbi
:er his c uan
the earth tottoc Hitter's iroetiies
tually incapacitotod. And while th
euM
....... .
I in;
W" hat ...
told and rel
the speakers
In Rusi
s not i
-
to it that every Jem is stamped Jew H
.i member ol tin 100 and more nationalif- groups B^
ia
Interest i> enough, it was The National Observ-
.: :, Dow Jones sad Companj weakkp, thai !>d itie
ample to the H
.ti-m In a most comprehensive
articli v rlj four columns, thai
and then went or. ^:
a to do that i- -
hat is going to happen to Jei out.-i
!> with r< _..r-j to their raapoBS :ties fw
. the Russian so irsje that
" maj happen to J< -h cw>-
lews i ver>-where
r!ie spectre h.
ion of ail spiritual, cm
lira nsuistii ind JoorUfa cor.:.
saj thai the spectre haunt:: % Amer.-
real threat of dimimit
pmahsbip
no reasonable student ot the Amerieu
;. be alarmed b> tlM ^hsr?
a- it affects the Jewiih 0O>
lor, plus the drying up ol lh -treani-
if ii nist trends will certainly
'. Otsh populj-
rs4 II whether ten v '
M Saturdaj
Ahittling awaj si "**
' Jewish life
ipmanahip. an-
,-tently ni r **"
. n it of this efl
...
oan wet I
Between Yu r-^j mp. Bv C0RIS SM01AR
Elaborate Plans for Eshkol Visit
ELABORATE PREPARATION'
i beuii.
Lev. K-
really
state i tail to this i try. An

th* I -,t wiU be ar. ,v,-i
i mm : ntajot impartSBK.I ia thv
eh rela; n|x
i hut lor a long time to coom impoant per
""ties ,n v ^
Israel that an
' ^esKien, of the I tVT<, u,
visil Thev pnfnt
i'tenuer David B
with Tresuient Kennedy
ference which was

This is not the case with Mr. Eshkol -
which i- formal and public It is the lir>t
led by a President of the In
t i the head of the Israel Government S(v.
pertaoca is attached to the Johnson-Eshk.
"iR because of the simiiantv in the temperament
<'i both statesmen it is noted in Waihingl lMl
Premier Eshkol is. like President Johnson I P^
"Jr\ able |i neeoiiaif matters quietly, arltk
excitement, and without provoking any irr
This is considered a- being very imp


Friday. May 22. 1964
* Jentefi ncrkflan
Page 15-A
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LEGAL NOTICE
the COUNTY JUDGES COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FI_QR'D*IN PROBHTE
No. 51244-C
It.
r> A N N A
. s IXTRXTIOS TO M KR
... iTIO.N l nil BIKTRIBCTloN
. i in \l. DISCHARGE
.. hen i.> given thai I
11,1 I li.-|H II llll.l I'. II
i ,,.- ii.n! :..n and Final Bis-
i;, ii i\ nl lit* -mi.- i i
|i\\XA, .i- ed and 'bat ""
Ih; May. IM4, in appl)
i ..... -able Count) .in.it.- ol
i |ui da, for approval ol
.. .,.., : .ni.l t. r dlstl lb ii hii
,H inn r.\.. itrlx ..i
,,- ii,, above-named dece-
. h ilas "' '!' II, I'".'
MAH1R I' tNNA
Hxi-i iiinx
I V\ lOBUMCH

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Y( 'I

TMF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
-M JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT IN AND
OR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 5022
bianco;
if,
. -
i 'ii: III \ XC<,
. Ian?.
IMK III VNCi '
- "la) Vvi nue
i, \. n York
m:i: HEREBY notified thai
:'. i i iivorce has been Bled
i. ind you arc herebj i -
,1 i<- eerve ,i > ..[.n ol > --Hi answei
. i ..mii.i i.in .,ii ih. Plaintiff*-
VKTMl'R W. KARI.ICK.
Ii i- Ml N.W. l lib Street,
Ida, and file ihg original
\ in the "in.....I the
Klevi nth .hnii. lal i I
Dad. fou ity, Klorlda on
, h da) "i June, I Ml, In i
ivh i '! ilalnl a
m i b) > "ii.
I :. .l!i da) "I Ma) r."l
: L.EATHERMAN
' i '.: .' i '
II) '" I' COl'ELANI)
MytHQ
BY HENRY LEONARD
"Me discriminatofy? Nonsense!
I dislike ALL peoples equally."
Cop'. 1964. Da.rj P'oduttion*
J
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62709-B
IX in: isiMi.. ..r
i'.win run.i.ips
i i. .
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE Or FLORIDA:
TO A 1.1. PERSONS INTERKSTEIl
IX Tin: ESTATE < >i- SAID i M: i:
dent.
Vou are hereb) notified thai .1 writ-
t. n ni-i: urn. iii purporting '" be 111 <-
Ills! "HI llll.l I. -Illlll.-lit ,lf Ml,.1 dec. -
di in li.i- been admitted to probate In
-' 'l ''..mi Vi.ii are bercb) c.....-
manded within bU calendar month*
f ..in 1I1. date "i the firm publication
.I Hii.- notice to appeal In -.11.1 'ourl
mill ahon cituae, i( aa) >..i can, h>
id. action of paid Court in admitting
-.ml will i" probate should not stand
iii,r,-\ iiked.
1 RANK B. I H iwi.l.v ;
County Judge
1: Ml n.1 C. Dick, Clerk
Kir.-t publication Mi. imii day "i Slay, IM4.
IRVINO CYPEX LAW ii|-|Hi:s
All'.i 11, \
US \ t-i ij 111 1 lodfr. Rd.,
mi.mil Beach, K1..1 Ida
". I5-?J-J!>, "'
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
* knisl fhridfiaun
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarante*
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial Fit 3-4695
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IT COURT. IITH JUDICIAL
-IT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 401
nwiA >x,

HAVISOX,
: M.t mi
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
.1 1: I :i DAVISOX, I:. -1
I'nhnown, I
111 J I' t>. I |V "I
nlnl fill 1 .' .1 i'-i you 11 1 1..11.
.ittorney, liEORUE NH'Hi U.AK,
W lith tve Miami, I '.a and
rlalnal wlih Clerh <>f ihi* Couri
...... 1 ... .... ..., 1
Mi'iaini rt'l ed by you,
I 'A'l II M !" 1
II 1 : VTHKRMAX
f the 'n. .111 Court
ill II) P I'lH'KI.AMI
I'. |. ity ."lerk
'. v-i".-:-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
x .Ti.'i: is HKKKIIY OIVKX that
ndi 1 nil 11. .1 dealt inn 1,. engage In
- imii, r the fletltloui name ..r
l*TE CERAMICS at '.-no liav
Suite ti 1. Miami Bi a< h. Ror-
.t. nda i" 1 m-i. : -.ii.l name wnii
f the Circuit Cowl >.f Bade
Florida
!- tisk k makx
Sob Owner
' Hbert, Weiss l.)ona
for Applicant
A : I ..ik-'.'r 8tl I '
rlorlda
- : i-J*-2J
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.1: is 111:1:1:1 v .;i\ BS 'ii.'
11 ..in.- f
ROY M. IS1.K \l' VR1 MKX I BI T "
i'.,- 1 1 S'ortb Hay
.,'.. 11
:
11 V M \ N
I HA kill.'
II <] A \\M >
for lit at In :-.
-
C.RCUiT COURT. IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 4184
ii '.' I All IX BK.V NKTT.
I'bi 1
-
11: \l;i. HKXXET I".
I'. i'. n '.1 in
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
V"l PR \i::, i.i.wi.tt. !: -I
'I...... I'nk-n.v 11, Ifli .1 ;. -. .
11 Clip) "f ". It ; I*- w. 1 I.. 1
' 'nniplalnl til. 'I .in., u-t........1 fi a-
ittoi 11. >. tiRi 'W ;i. .\ 'ih >i. \s.
(IS N W 12th \\.- Mian i-'i.i and
glnal with Clerk .' thla Courl
on nr before Juni -'. IM1, otherwaw
. umpntlni ill U few .1 b) you.
DATRI) Ma; 1,
K 11 I.KA i'lli:i:\lAN
ol ihi 1' cull '"itrl
(seal) ilj 1' i- 11.1'KI.A.N 11
1 put) '! i-k
1-1 ".-L* _'-:'i
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COU.iTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 623,3-A
IN i:i: i:-'.it. ..,'
Ml 'l.l.ll- BISNRR
-
NOTICE OF PROBATE
tiii: sT \Ti: m 11.. utm \
11 \ 1. I RSn.VS iv I'RRI'.STRI I S
11K SAIIl lR< BURNT
Vou are hen .111 1 at a wilt-
.. i Mi.
.,- I tef 1.mi. hi "i* aald .1.
1. ti: I ., lie.-n admlted In i*1 olia '< in
1,1 ll> col
maiiUed 11 blN cul. n.l.ti monibM
: -t pill.II. .It."I
.1' t hi notice .1 :>|,> in 111 -.
1 can. wh)
1 1..11 ,
-.ml w ill i" .11. >ii. buuld 111
till r\
1.11 -1 p 1.11. itlon of ilns notice on
\\ I' B1.\XTHX, On int) .1 i.l
il 1 1 H-torfli id, 1
R\ IX11 'VI',::. i.aw i iKFICUS
ne)
\: 1 lull" 111'I K".i I
Ida
'. is-:
\
NOTICE UNDER
riCTITIOUS NAME LAW
l'"K IS IlKUKHY OIVKX thai
"il. dealrlns to encase In
the rictltloua name*
VVeddlna Ci nti 1 The Wedding
' Miami, Tii. Wedding Can-
il Oublea; The Wedding
' 1 I.. The Wedding Cen-
Mi.nr.: .11 ::.;i4 Coral
N' ami, Kioi Ida inti ndi I
ii. v> itli the '
1 of U 1. county, ri" Ida
\n ii:i:i:i'ii:i.n
iw :.. 1
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1.
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II

NOTICE UNDER
C TITIOUS NAME LAW
hi 1:1.1.v tJIVBN that
I deairlng to ngagr 111
Ih. flctll 1a name ol
N1" >l-.i;\ ic.. Ill Rj x- ,-
' Nl I Ii Mi 111 Hi ,1, I,
to 111 .1
I lerk of 11 Clrcu
Kl Ida
J"HN 1- Ki:i:. ;\.\
Kole .v. 1,.
I Ml llox
.. Florida
,/8-|
'

rif.TN0T|CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
'- in l:l'IV OIVEN thai
' "Irlng 1.....irage In
'' VN WINDOW COMPANY .it
v ... 1/8-I
la ii. "!"'" ''""" "1.1. I.-, ka,
aid n......
; '. k -I ii,.- ,,, .,,
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... !;''! ,: XBRPi'ARJj
' km an Window Co
NOTICE UNDER
'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
' il !R1 IIY OIVKN 'i '
im m nga
1 Hi. n Itloua name of
B. n. i..|. Intenda
with ih. Clerk
miii ..f Bade County.
, KMH. IN.'
J'fRN uwornoa
v,V '
' 1 Road
" h, l-i.....|a
i, it-ss>n,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 62907-C
in RE Batata -f
SARAH I. Ill il'P:iK
ll,. .,-, 'I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ro All Credltora and All Peraona Hav-
ing Clalma or Deraanda Agalnat Said
1.,-t.n.
^ 1 are herebj notified and re-
quired i" preaenl any lalnia and de-
mand! a bl. h "ii may hat -
Hi. eatate of SARAH I. ROl'KIK de-
ceased In. "f l>ad. County, Klorlda,
I., iii. County Jjdg' I Bade County,
and lilt- In. -.in., in : ;;-!,. .11, .in.l ,i-
i-i"\ 1 11.1 in H> t lorlda
St.itu:.-. in theli ..iti. .- ;n 1I1,. Coun-
ty Courthouse in Bade County, Wor-
lds, wllhln -i\ ..ii. 1HI..1 months from
lb. time "I ih.- in-: publication here-
of, or the -.11-" .. '! l-.tr: .--I
Bated ..1 Ml .11.1. 1 "kil Ida, Ulla -'' 'I
\|.ii:. m |4.
BcIRXARB 11 IK H'KIK
Aa Kx.
SAMCRL s SMITH
Altoi iii ) 1 :. \.
.". i.i!,. ...ii Road
Miami 1 .1- 1. 1 .
-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 64C SI77
URKTKIOK 1: m-.II 11 ','- S
1 ..
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PAI I. S,.il'i:\l INN,
, ni
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO P Ml. Si:il'l'.M \NN
PI. km- h ,\i in- 11
I D Ka ilal Sun 1
\. .-. fork City. New fork
You l'..ill K .-. lib :. ,.:.li -1.
notified thai .. Bid ol mnpla
111 von ii.- 11 filed agalnal \ou,
11 .. "i->
..f \ inn \ naa 1 Pleading to ih.
BUI of omplalnl the plalntlfl -
atu-rneya, Mli..:--. HR1MAX KA1-
LAN. 1 ifl .-- \\ lal -'! t. M -1111
\11-w 1
idlng in ihi e Clerk
.1 ne Lourl befoi.- the
^l)l da] Il you i-.il i"
I.. -,.. fcidsnu in by default -
tak. n .taainst you raliel d. -
1
Mi 1 .-ii. ,
in III I IX
BONK AND 1 al Miami,
1 \ 1 >.
1. 11 I.KATII 1.1. MAN
B) \' .. Mi
Deputy
MYERS, Hi .1 AN & K .rl.AN
1150 B.M I-' >. 1. t
I
Ati. rm
b's:
NOTICE BY PUBL CATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
Nl 64C 4717
1: \ MONIJ :.l.u is u ii.i.i.-.-.
I'laiiiilll
\.-.
1" 'Mull..- i.ki: WILLIS,
Baft adant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: BOLORKM L.RK U ll.Li.s
.'ll 1 11.1 berl Btreet
Ilallimoi Mar) land
You, BOLORKS LEK WILLIS, ure
hereby notified ili.it .. Kill at i'-.iu-
; plaint for Divorce bus be. n, filed
..^.iin-i you, and you are requsred to
aerve .1 copj ..f .in Anawei or I'l.a.l-
Ing t" iUi- BUI of Complaint on Ue
Plalntlfl atvi my, PAUL KW1TNKT,
.-" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach It,
i-'i.iii.i.i and i'ii.- the i-riKiiiai Answer
"i Pleading/In ihe office "i the 1 1 k
I of the .'ir.'in Court on or before the
.2nd day 01 June, U)<4, if you fall to
.1" eo, ) 'imn.-ni by default will be
tak. 11 againsi % ..t for ibe relief .1.-
iii.inii.il in tn. Bill "I Complaint.
This notlt. shall be published once I
.., ii w i. foi foul consecutive iv. Ka
in tiii: ikwisH i'i.i.kihian.
1mi\i: am' 1 1:1i-jit 1:1. .ii Miami, I
Horldii, Ihia 28th ua) "l April, -V.U.
I9M,
S 1: I.i: A III 1KM AN, Clerk,
lit, I '..'i. County. i-"" 1 i.i
- -ni) ll): 1, sm:i.;iii:n.
Beput) Clerk
PAUL KWITNBY, Esq.
I- I.Ill- ,,ln Roil.l
Miami Beach 39, FI01 Ida
All..in. \ f"i I'l.i
'. : -
1 1
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60706-C
N RK Batnt. ul
.: SOSKIN
.............
NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
N'oTICK I given thai I have
tn. ,1 1.1 > i-iii.ii Report and Petition
.1 I i-ti il.iiti"ti and Kinal 1 'i-i -li.n ii.-
IdmlnNn il 1 "t tn. .-1.1.....1
It. SoSKlN, .i>- ised and thai
"ii the 1 .'li da; "' h"" l'"''- '"
appl) 10 the 11 inorable County Judset
. 1 oopU 1 da t"'. i|.pro\al
I 1,:.., i:. poi 1 and ("i .lisii-i-
1111I final -ii-- harae Vdmln-
Istratoi o| the al.....
- dee. 'I nl This l-'lli day "I
Ma) i'"'i
JOSH RKPHCX
All.llllilMI.it"!'
II .-|i RBPHIN
lltorni
'.< \\ .. \ \.
Hi 11. 1 loi Ida
i/15-2:
NOTICE UNDER
FiCT.TIOJS NAME LAW
IS HER BUY OIVKX lhal
the un< ins to >-i".
fictitious n I
' \i 1 si 1 iM.11 :s .,1 \-: .1
\ I-: -. i. So Miami II..., 11
i< 1 -.11,1 ti.i me a Ith the
. nit .'..in 1 .1 Bade
1
.1 PYft BARKER
SI I'l'U CO., IX.
.. li-22-i 1 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 13102
IN RK: Eatale ..f
Wll.l.ll" C.uiK (WILLIE C.)
IW C.) IM.I.IS.
I '.'. .IS, il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL CREBITORS \NI> W.I
I'KRSO.NS HAVlXtl CLAIMS OR lE-
MAN'liS AGAINST SAIL BSTATE:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired i" preaenl any i..nn- and d. -
iiian.l-. which "ii ma) hav. aanfnsl
ih. estate of WILLIE Ci K)K (WIL-
LIE .' 1 IW.C.I Kl.l.lS. ,1, .1-1 i I..1.
,.f Cumbei land Count), X.
i.i 1. I,, the 1 "..'.inn Judg. I "!
i'..ii'it>. and file the anme in dui'll-
1. nd .1- i'i i.l.-" hi S. t "!'
I l"i Ida Still ites, in theli office*
1I1. .11 ti \ 1 '"in-ill.,11-. In I'nil. .'. an-
ty, l-'l'.t i.i.i. within a \ calendar month*
fi .111 1 he lime Ihe fit-1 |.iibl
li. 1. nf, or ill -.mi. u 111 be 1...1 red
BAT Ell il Miami I '......lint)
i'.. da 1 Ih dii) of Ma) A IV,
"...I
\l \l: I. HUB DAVIS 1:1.1.1s
1- Vncillj 1 tditiln Kirn
Mi S VNPORII \l ,-U i:i:l 'I.IN"
Vaelil
1 l,|l...... nl tiii* '.--'I-
1 nl 1
NOTICE BY PUBL CATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERC
No. 64C al9J
11I.A SHIPP,
Plaintiff,
\ -
Kl >l 'II-" l.i:i: SHUT.
I I. ILI.III!
aul 1 FOR DIVORCE
l'. 1:1 'I >n: LEE sini'l'
Ilal B 15th Sl;,.I
I^ong 1 leach, fnllfom .'
Yo 1. K.i.ii. 1..-.- Shipp, ..r. li. 1 b)
notified thai n Bill ol .'.....iilalnl for
Divorce has been tiled ,1-......-. v.'.i.
and you are required t>> nerve a ciit)
of your Answer or I'leading to ihe
Kill of Complaint on the I'lain I fl -
attorn. !. Alnsl..- 1:. Kei die, Suite
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* Isixict nriri'fi'tn
Friday, Mcv 22. .354
Nikita's Blasts Touch Off Debate
Speaking against the background of the American-Israel
World's Fair Pavilion at opening ceremonies is Zechariahu
Sitchin, president of American-Israel World's Fair Corporation.
Continued from Page 1-A
raised the question whether it
would ""i be useful, at this time
tor the United States. Britain and
Trance to reiterate their 1W0 Tn-
1 partite Declaration, guaranteeing
the nations in ih<' Middle East
against any attempt to change
iheir boundaries bj force
Sen. Philip Hart. Michigan
Democrat, expressed the hope
that the suggestions and >he
warnings <>f Senator Gruenmg
-will be read with equal atten
iion'" not only by the State De-
partment but by the entire people
,'1 the United States
"Israel is sanctuary of free-
dom which must be preserved,
not for some sentimental rea-
sons bet for our own good.
must inture net only its survival
but its success,'' Sen. Hart said.
Sen Thomas Dodd, Connecticut
Democrat, declared: "Appease
ment ol Nasser would pay oft in
essentially the same was as did
the appeasement ol Hitler. My
own view is that the official sil-
ence of the State Departmei aid
oi our representatives ..t ihi mi.
, .1 Nations on the ^
mi's ay^ros.sion and threat ij,.
(reSSiQO i> something .
fies understanding."
Gordon Will install
Jack (i^rdon. of the '.>.. ,x_
ty School Board, will r.-i., -.,.,,'.
lv-elected officer- 1 ^^
B'nai Sholom durin- an ,p..
meeting on Sunday. >- ,. ^
Temple Refreshment* ^
.. r\ ed follow in,; thi
B'nai Raphael
Sets Confirmation
Confirmation services for Con-
igation B'nai Raphael will be
held on Sunday. 7:30 p.m. Con-
tirmands will present a cantata.
What is Torah?"
The following will be confirm
eri Rochelle Carol Bass. Cheryl
Dale Duke. Ellen Gandel. Bonnie
Grace Jenks. David Rosenberg.
Steven Leonard Kaufman. Stuart
Emery Litman. Steven David
Shapiro. Bill Sonnenschein. Ken-
n.th Mitchell Kay
Officiating at the service will
be Rabbi Harold Richter and Can
tor Jack Lerner. with piano ac-
companiment by Gary Lampert.
Junior Choral Group led by Bar-
bara Lerner will participate.
Members are Leslie Grecnstein.
Barbara Hecht. Deborah Green-
berg. Barbara Lerner. Mitchell
Lerner. Kenneth Samuels and Mai
cia Shapiro.
Presentation of awards and
;..lt- will be made by Mrs Ben
Shapiro, chairman of the School
Committee, and Mrs. I.eroy Tish-
man. school administrative secre-
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by newly-elected president. Bert
Levy A collation with dancing
will follow the services
Kindergarten graduation oi the
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World
"{Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday, May 22. 1964
Section B
P!c
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D.:

:
:
nning the arrangements to make the 26th annual meetinq
he Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the CIA Victory
ner Dance an outstanding evening on Sunday at the Fon-
.ebleau Hotel are these hostesses. Left to right are Mrs.
;d Haber, Mrs. Sam Rost, Women's Division Chairman
:. Carl Weinkle. Mrs. Leon Kaplan and Mrs. Sam J. Heiman.
Women Help Plan CJA Dinner
Women are playing an impor-,
'mil part in the 26th annual meet-
ing of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and Combined Jewish
Appeal Victory Dinner Dance tak-
Ing place at the Fontainebleau
Hotel on Sunday evening.
At a meeting of hostesses held
ai the Imperial House home of
Mrs. Sam Rot, it was announced
this week that the women present
would serve as joint Hostess and
Attendance Committee under the
chairmanship of .Mrs. Sam Blank
for hostessea and Mrs Louis
Glasser for attendance
Mrs sol Goldstein, of the Worn-
Division, and Mrs. D Law
rence Sherman, of the Young
Women's Division, will serve as
rhairmen of arrangements, and
Mrs William Brenner wlH servo
is chairman of reservations.
The evening, although an an-
nual meeting, will take the form
of a victory dinner and celebra-
tion, with a brief program follow-
uu dinner and dancing. In ad-
dition, entertainment will be pro-
vided by Mrs. Bernard Stevens.
v. ho will sing and play her own1
special compositions which have
highlighted noted New York re-
vues.
Members of the Hostess and At-
tendance Committees who partici-
pated in the meeting at Mrs.
Rost'S home, in addition to the
committee chairmen, included
Mis Leon Allen. Mrs. Howard
\\aiv-, Mrs. William Binder. Mrs
Philip Bloom. Mrs Irving Cypen.
Mrs. L:li Duntov, Mrs, George
Goldberg, Mrs David Haber,
Mis Marshall S. Harris and Mrs
Sam -i Heiman
Also, Mrs Daniel Neal Heller.
Mrs Leon Kaplan. Mrs. Inez
Krensky. Mrs. Jean C Lehman,
Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Ben
Meyers, Mrs. Norton Pallot. Mrs.
Sam Simonhoff. Mrs. Harry B
Smith. Mrs. Philip Thau. Mrs
Howard Trinz. and Mrs. Carl
Weinkle,
Tifereth Israel
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood held
a luncheon and card party
on Thursday. May 7. in the Social
Hall, starting at 11:30 a.m
Hostesses were Mrs. Sadie
Saul and Mrs Lily Laster. On
Friday vening the Sisterhood
named the -Mother of the Year"
during services and hosted the
neg shabii.it following the cere
mon)
" :mi Mayor Robert Kinq High signs a proclamation for re-
observance of Women's Branch Sabbath of the Union
- Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. Watching
(left to right) Mesdames Abraham Levitan, chairman of
Speakers Bureau; Samuel Ersofl, publicity chairman;
;,;:man Richman. chairman of Youth Activities; Harry Pei-
scnik, president of the Florida Chapter, which represents four
local affiliates Beth El. Beth Israel. Knesseth Israel and
ng Israel of Greater Miami.

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bv ISABEL GRCVE
hosts, the Shafkins, Yetta
Louis, and the Blums. Ceil
Irving, entertained on Moth-
Da) in honor of Bertha and
: > Webb who were celebrat-
their 47th wedding anniver
. Held at the Bonfire.
ner party guests included
tan Kesler, Ceils lister, Mr.
Mrs. Sam Fructhman, the
Goldmana and Ida Fructh-
i Mem York Al>o Elsie
n. Ethel Hasten, Frieda
cthman and Mrs Henrietta
inson Mrs Webb is life
-idcnl of the Miami Beach
c For Underprivileged chii
Shafkin, life president
Smith Shore cm/en's Club,
iust received word that toe
. k sent by the- club to the
Memorial Library Fund, will
used a> the initial deposit
tor Miami contributions
Ving celebrated their Cold-
Wedding anniversary last
r with a gala party. Ida and
i W Goldstein are planning
' a quiet day when the 51st
iversary rolls around on
i "day. May 23 Miami
achites fur the past four
trs, the Goldsteins are from
icago, where they have main
mis and relatives I.
> cle of friends they've made
' drawn from B'nai B'nth.
ind, Temple Emanu-El and
Hadassah, in which both are
ctive,
Approaching Lisbon, first port
I >all. Fan and Harold Lewen
in finding the voyage of the SS
"'.loin. Zini's newest transat-
lantic luxury liner "just wonder
lnl so far, The ship la a beauty
and were having a continuous
ball" Eventual destination.
Israel .
One half of Sara Harris' time
is spent traveling to the lar cor-
ners Of the earth Best oi
the time, she devotes to enter-
tainlng the many friends she
makes on her jaunts, who all
seek her out when they visit in
this area Latest name in
the Miami Beachite's book is that
of Mrs. Anita Brown Harris .
Most fascinating light to the na-
tive of Wellington, New Zealand,
was the extensive list of pre
cooked, packaged foods. Includ-
ing unusual dishes, available to
the home maker in this conn
t rj

Lovely AHeen Frances. Miami
Beach iinger-actreas> Hew to
Manhattan this week to cut an-
other Roulette disc Won't
have a chance to linger in the
B;g City as -he's due back here
for the start of Miami-based foa-
tun film. "Once I'pon a CoffM
House." in which she plays a
feature role

Pre nuptial luncheon at the
Algiers Hotel for Fredelle Nuss-
baum. who will be the June
bride of James C.oodkm on the
lucky seventh Hostess to
the gathering of long-time
friends and relatives was the
bride-elect's grandmother, Anne
(Mrs. Morris Alpert Spurn-
ing the usual male, boycott of
Continued on Pag* *-B
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+Jfi<>t ncridlur
Friday. May 22,
1964.
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
There's a Special Kind of Love on the Tennis Court
Love countsfor nothing. It's a
preat bis zero, a cipher, signifying
nothing of value I stumbled on this
bit of folklore while playing tennis
at a Miami Tennis Club.
I must admit 1 was rather slow
when it came to learning the score:
but traditionally. I'm a slow learner
The overhand smash, the backhand grip and espec
iuM\ the fancy tootwork necessary tor a good tennis
game all eluded me. The social grace- indigenous to
the game I also found quite complex
For example: I'pon smashing the ball down an
opponent's gullet, protocol requires the singing out
of. "Sorry '" L'pon fluffing an easy shot, whereby the
silly ball goes [lopping into the net. the situation calls
for the non-partisan. "Sorry." You have to be "Sor-
ry" if you do and "Sorry" if you don't.
Meeting Nice People
I was also a little slow to learn that, upon being
invited to make up a foursome, one just never declines
Now. please don't misunderstand me. Tennis is a
great game and like my mother used to say. "You
can meet the nicest people."
I like dashing across a hard court to retrieve the
impossible.
life, thesi
pie.
Tennis Clubs reek with "Gemutlichkeit." There's
a sense ol camaraderie that perhaps has its roots in
a mutual realii at the bod) plays rotten tricks
Just v. hen instant reaction is required, a muscle is
bound to go into spasm, a nerve sends out the wi
message, and all is lost Tennis plf
failure- ol the intellect, never ol the bod)
But. as 1 said, they're a Iriendl) bunch bounding
over nets to shake a losers hand, bounding lo the
coke machine lo buj the loser a drink (with all that
bounding about who has strength lor the game?)
And they simply abound with brotherl) or sisterl)
love, as the case may be.
My Game Improves
Every experienced player assume- a personal re
sponsibility lor aiding and abetting the fledgling
Even if you want to give it all up. you can't They
won'l let you 1 was tombed. 1 really was No one
has cared that much about m> being a success, since
my mother drilled me Into winning the sixth grade
Spelling Bee
my game improved Presently
the Tuesday morning Ladies c,
These gamea arc Kound Robins, with all players can
Ing partners after each set. Frequently, wt Wer(
short 'i players to complete the groupii ^ t
came i" pasa tbat ladies from the Harbor Club
invited lo join in with the Miami players
go few things in life are good Inn and -ooj (,
you, too I enjoyed tboM puaei, the eas> rrieodsM
with the players, the feeling of belonging i enjoy*
those mornings in the sun. But ii then be
days car clouds be far behind''
The Right Name
suntj
The Harbor ladies were all very proper!) broueht
up ladies They knew how to mind their manners
The) reciprocated as all nice ladies should ic8
Thursday morning, all my friends from the Miamt
(lub could Im- found playing at the Harbor Club. Th(
Miami Club players had been invitedall oi them
Well, not quite all I wasn't invited
\- I mentioned before. I'm not very bright joout,
learning the tore But this I learned with my tenaui
essons Love me) not count, but the right name stud J
ie; in too man) place-
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"Simmered all-day flavor!"
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Mrs. Levine !s
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The best-kept secret of the
: ear at Beth Sholom" > as dis
d at Mothers' Da) sen i< es on
May : and 10 when Mrs S
F Levine, president of the Beth
Sholom I'TA. was chosen "Honor
Mother Oi the Yea.' "
Mr.-. Levine. wife of Dr. San-
ford Levine, who lives at 4315 No.
Jefferson Ave.. was escorted to
the pulpit by her three children,
Herbert, Sherry and Diane, to re-
ceive the honor bestowed upon
her by the Temple's spiritual
leader. Rabbi Leon Kronish
Mrs Levine was recently elect-
id president of the PTA for the
second year and will be formally
Installed on May 31 at the Tem-
ple's annual installation dinner
dance.
BB Council Picks Mrs. Kern
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Mi S rd Lewi.-, ice pres-
ent ol District 5, Installed the
ing officers Mrs I '-ear
Mrs Robert I.hi. vice
lent>; treasurer. Mrs Sam
uel rannenbaum; recording secre-
tary, Mr- George Ginsberg; sor-
ry, Mrs Har-
Dickert; sentinel, Mr- Solomon
M counselor, Mr- I

\rkin. parliament
Iher Li rman
presidi 11
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Ch k Hi
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Vrku avi annual n
Entertainment Mn
llenr) 1. Balaban
Bert Duckman,
i i h linnen wei t Mrs Pant
Dreeben and Mr- i
JMA Officer Honored
Mrs EvHvn Deck*
dent Jewish War Veter ins Am-
iliarj 330, will be I at i
testimonial lunette) Mindly
noon at South Gati taumt
Mrs, Ceil Rockwa) is cl
a flair

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Reelected to second terms as officers are (left to riqht) Joseph
I.iedman. president of Temple Adath Yeshurun, Mrs. Ira Levin,
president of the Sisterhod; and Joseph Fields, president of the
Men's Club. Installation will be Friday evening durinq Sab-
oath services, with Rabbi Jonah Caplan officiating. Open
nouse in honor of new officers will be Saturday night at the
pie.
Yeshurun Will
[Install Officers
Jonah E. Caplan will in-
Lull the officers of Tom pie Adath
|Vi -hunin. Sisterhood and Men's
luriny late services on Fri-
laj evening. Commissioner Alex
Gordon will be guest speaker.
antor Maurice Neu will chant
|*bf liturgy,
Presidents Joseph Liedman,
|Mi- Ira Lavin and Joseph Fields
lerve a second term in the
I' .relation, Sisterhood and
I Mi n s Club, and Sam Ratner and
ha Ik have been elected chair-
']'. and associate chairman of
*!: isoard of Directors.
VII officers will be honored at
temple "Open House" on Satur-
day Sisterhood will present a
kit. "Around the World with Sis-
terhood," and refreshments will be
rved.
Community Psychiatry
Community Psychiatry w a s
the theme of the Dade County
Child Guidance Clinic Associa-
tion's annual meting held
Wednesday noon at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel Dr. John Caldwell.
psychiatrist, chairman of the De-
partment of Psychiatry, Univer-
sity of Miami School of Medicine,
was guest speaker.
Academy PTA
Projects Plans
Maj ir change In promoting
the Hi brew Academy ol Greater
Miami as a community project
were advanced by Mrs. Samuel
Rosner, newly-elected president
ol the Academy's Parent-Teacher
Association.
Mrs. Rosner, who was elected
for a second term at a special
meeting Of the school's ITA held
Wednesday evening at the Acad-
emy, said plans were being for-
mulated to project the school to
the community through a series
0( book reviews, open torums, and
adult education uasses.
\lr> Rosner based her talk on
the school, 136445 I'TA theme.
"The Hebrew Academy a major
educational lorce in the commun-
ity." She added that "open for-
urns will feature representatives
from the local service, religious
.mil philanthropic organizations."
Other features of the PTA meet-
ing as the annual oratorial con-
test and presentation of certifi-
cates in Science Fair Award win-
ner. Judges of the oratorical
contest were Ernest Barrish, Mis
Alexander Kogan, and Mrs. Hillard
llalpyrn.
Other officers elected to serve
were vice presidents. Mesdames
Sam Shapiro. Zvi Herger. Harry
Rosenberg, Morris Waldman, Lil-
lian Meyer. Jerry Wittels. Albert
Cohen. Sherwin Levme; Leo Rein
MRS. SAMUtl ROSNIH
hard, recording secretary; Kaph
ael Sinuk. corresponding secre-
tary; Sam Farber, social secre-
tary; Milton Ehrenreich. treasur-
er; Shmaryahu Swirsky, chap-
lain; Maurice Kellner. historian;
Mrs Harold Reinhard. parliamen-
tarian.
Installation of officers will be
held in the fall.
Marcus JWVA
To Hear Talk
An open eel inj o the Col
via* Marcus Auxiliary 746, Jewish
War Veterans of the United si iti -
will be held on Thursday, Maj
In the library of Ccngre ation
B'nai Raphael." 1401 N'W 183rc! SI
Mrs. Al Richman. president oJ
the Auxiliary, has announced that
plans lor future social (unctions
will be formulated at a short bul-
lies* meeting.
Program for the evening will
feature a talk by Dr. J. Milton on
"Practical Child Spacing Dr
Milton is associated with the Flor-
ida State Board ol Health as an
obstetrical consultant.
A question and answer period
will follow his report
Dora Stein Plans
Meeting Tuesday
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Is-
raelite Center will meet Tuesdaj
evening at the Center
Members who have participated
in the Tor.ih fund will be hon-
ored. Program will also include
a Strawberry Festival.
The Torah Fund is a combined
campaign with the Mathtlde
Sihechter Residence Hall of the
National Women's League.
Chairman of the Tuesday meet-
ing will be Mrs Estelle Lazaru.-.
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Breath of Life
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Officers Tuesday
Installation luncheon of the
Breath of Life Chapter will be
held Tuesday. 11 am, at West
brook Country Club.
Mrs Irving Miller will induct
the following officers who will
serve for 1964-65:
President, Mrs. Marvin Sokolow;
executive vice president. Mrs
Samuel OStrOWtky; vice presidents.
Mrs. Robert Purish, Mrs. Ernest
Niul.'ld. Mrs Jerry Parnes. Mrs
Jerome Lundy; secretaries, Mrs.
Harold Kufeld. Mrs. Lawrence
Scherr. Mrs. Murray Marcus, Mrs.
Herman Alexander; treasurer,
Mrs Lloyd Gardner; auditor. Mrs.
Leo Braverman.
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Mrs Sam Kratisb. Co-chairmen
are Mrs. Ernest Neufeld and Mrs.
Jerome Lundy.
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and Mrs Anna Brenner
IwjrothT Kneger Fink.
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Is Presented
Mrs Otto Haer.gel, president of
Flamingo Chapter. B'nai BYith
Women, presented the Ted Rob-
iason Memorial Award on May 13
to LaossH C'lM'J ""er and
Miss Jennifer Lynn Dennis.
The award |fva lanmllj to
t*0 djeaenpteg students of Hiajeah
- School, who have shown out-
ding records in service acti-
v.:.<- wee i bar year period.
wiU be inscribed on
a trophy Ahich 1; kept in a dis-
M at the school, with each
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honor of Effie Phtt B
Zeev V Dover Coenri General
ho has directed Israels
consular and diplomatic activities"
m the Southeastern United Stares
for the pad three years, will rep-
resent his government at the
award ceremonies He also will
bid farewell to the Greater Miami
community at the luncheon.
A champagne reception at 11
a.m. will precede the noon lunch-
eon June 1. with a capacity au-
dience of more than MO persons
expected. Miss Goodman said
Preci dents of the 15 groups
h comprise the Beach chap
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Esther Hillman accepts the gavel of presidency of Beth
b Congregation Sisterhood from Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Beth Jacob
Women Elect
Mrs. Hillman
Esther Hillman accepted
ivcl <>f the presidency of the
Jacob Sisterhood from out-
president, Mrs. Max Thurs
it recent ceremonies here.
ibi Tilwr H. Stern, spiritual
r oi Congregation Beth Jacob,
the installing officer at the
r held in the Walburne
!' with Mrs. Louis Baida. hon-
j president, serving as chair
of the evening
or officers installed included
'ames Morris B. Frank. Sam-
Kaplan and Jack Griefinger.
presidents; Fannie Perlstein.
-urer; Harry Stempel. record
cretan ; Alfred Laufrouben.
i p.Muling secretary; Ann
' it/, membership chairman;
Goldstein, social lecretary;
II Stern, chaplain; Mary
baum, entertainment chair-
Ann Schuster, publicity;
. Velinsky, financial were-
and Jack Lee. membership
'airman.
Hillman is executive -cere
mgregation Beth Jacob
iti secret an of Rabbi
f South Mrkan D**W Widow
DESIRES POSITION
i '! i >rl Jewish hcm os LADY
ON W 'on' other similar
W'=l- TS P.ix 2973,
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Chicago Club Reception
Chicago Club will hold a dinner
party and reception at the Deau-
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on Sunday starting at 6. p.m. Over
200 guests are expected, according
to Harry Caplan. arrangements
chairman.
Beach Chapter
Plans Donor
Reward Luncheon
Mrs Mortimer Jacubson, nation-
al treasurer of Hadassah. will be
guest speaker at the annual
Miami Beach Chapter donor re-
ivard luncheon at the Deauvilie
Hotel on Monday noon.
Mrs. Nat Barth. chapter presi-
dent for the second year, said
Mrs. Jacobson will present the
latest Hadassah "story," having
just returned from a conference
held .n the Near Fast, including
M nun. as well as Poland.
Czechoslovakia and Marseilles,
France, to study immigration
problems at first hand
Mrs, Jai obson is a member ol
the Hadassah delegation to the
Actions Committee which meets
annually in Israel
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, donor
chairman of the day. announces
i record attendance of some 1.000
women is expected, who will be
recognized for their efforts in
raising the quota necessary to ear-
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in Israel.
Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, pro-
gram chairman, has arranged a
musical program commemorating
Israel's 16th anniversary, which
will include Joyce Farber and
Victor Marchesi. with Olga Bibor
Stern at the piano
Invocation will be given by Mrs.

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Other officers are vice presi-
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Mrs Joe Nurenberg, Mrs. Max
Bogner; secretaries, Mr-. Ber-
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Mizrcch: Worrier, of Greater Miami chapter!
hoBOf devoted workers with a token of Jewish
National Fund trees cs the perfect symbol of
iediration to Isrcei. Making presentations
- ''..- Alfred Stone F'.orida coordinator to
left to right Mrs. Sarah Silverstein Miami
Beach Chapter; Mrs. Sam Herman A v v a
Chapter: Mrs. Max Gluck, Dcv Chaptei Mrs
Francis Goldberg Bctya Ch Mrs
Harold Zelkowiu Kinnorel .
Zamora Ladies Spinoza Forum to Meet
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Mrs Sam Altman. pre-
- Sid Lueker Mrs Ann Gold-
berg, vice president.*: Mrs Israel
Mrs Abe Goldstone
Lou Charter, secretaries:
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Dorothy Greenberg. parha-
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Board member- Mrs Leo Esk-
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Spmoz3 Forum for aduH i
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1030 to 12 noon, in the auditorium
Federal. 1234 Wash-
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Abraham Worfson will | a sun
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Ota and Socrates"
Beth Moshe
Now Registering
Beth Moshe Nursery. Junior
and Senior Kindergarten are now
registering children ages 3 to 5.
The school has a staff of regis-
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Socialite ... t>u
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~r:dil luncheon>. one floral dec-
rated table occupied by Carl
GoodJdn, the bridegroom's fath
Nussbaum. father of
:he bride, her grandfather. Mor-
Alpert. uncles Zane Alpert
tnd Bob Merreft Other guests
ng the songs, poetry' and
\ edding bells dedicated to the
Isabel K^fi
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Mrs. Nat HanKoff. Mrs. Eva
Blum. Mrs. Joseph Lipton. Mrs
Fred Jones. Mrs. Harry Magid.
Mrs Max Weitz and Mrs. Shep-
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Kinneret Chapter
Plans Exercises
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Ram. vice preside
Nuhomovic. treasu Lei
Oster Mrs Seym
Mrs. Iruin Block. Miss S
Geltner secretari> -
Mrs Emory Grt
Martin Hirsch will -
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Serving en -
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chairman. Mesdami -
Martin Hirsch. Aaron Hi
Emory Green. Hershel Bi
Miss Esta Karpell
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iday. May 22. 1964
MemflfA FloridHri
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... &^fbotft J^coplc and ji laces
I REMEMBER ... I REMEMBER .
i remember Kenneth Traister when he was
adorable youngster, with the tame engaging
nil as lie has now. at <>ur own Jere'a tenth
birthda) party. Kenny alwaya liked to draw. He
Has an artist before he was an architect. Last
week, his first one-man show opened at the
Mirel Gallery with the pop of champagne. His
wife, Hclyne, in a long off-white brocaded gown
greeted the guests at the door. Diane and Leon-
ard Trelster were in charge of the guest book.
Heiyne's mother. Mrs. Simon Bressler. Hew in
in.in Atlanta for the show, and Kenny's mother.
Mrs Arthur Trelster, left the day after the open-
ing l"i" a cruise on the Corona. Among those
enchanted by Kenneth's pictures, as well as his
sculpture, were Greta and Victor Tatelman. Mil-
dred and Joe Arkin, Rita and Mel Morris. Cecily
and Gerald Kateher. Mrs. Sue Stevens. Diane
and Eddie Ei.-enberg. Natalie and Melvyn
Frumkes, Sandy and Jules Arkin. Jean and Peter
Wolf. Rose and Ted Firestone, Donna and David
Kenin, and June and Stewart Jacobs.
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DINNER AT EIGHT-THIRTY
B> the time everyone had put their children
to bed. the dinner party at the home of Dr.
and Mrs Maeey ll. Keyes got oif to a late but
elegant start Barbara did her own cooking.
.iint she has a recipe for a new hors d'oeuvre
dip that made a hit. Among the guests were
Dr and Mrs. Richard J Helfman, Dr. and Mrs
Alan Cohen and Dr and Mrs Alfred Viener.
THE PEARLS OF APHA EPSILON PHI
Grace, the underslung basset hound at Rose-
marie i Mrs. Stanley) Roth's house, didn't wear
a sorority pin, but all the rest of the girls did
who came to -ee Barbara (Mrs. Harold) Katzen
installed as president of Alpha Bpsilon Phi. How
those sorors could talk! Among tho'-e present
were Nancy (Mrs. James) Orovitz. I'hyliss (Mrs.
Harvey Miller. Janiee (Mrs. Barry) Barson. Mik-
ki i Mrs Morris) Futernick. Roz (Mrs. Howard'
Hirsch. and Helen (Mrs Rudolph) Singer.
AT HER DAUGHTER'S HOUSE
Mrs. Naomi Silverman entertained thirty of
her friends at luncheon at the home of her
daughter, Harriet (Mrs. Laurence) Singer. It
was a 'fun" get-together of folks who hadn't
seen each other for a while. One of the topics
of conversation was the Singer house, a 37-yar-
old home they moved into a year ago and re-
built from the ground up. Among guests were
Marlene (Mrs. Richard) Stone, Belle (Mrs. Ike)
Levin. Mrs. William Solomon, Mrs. Minnie
Planick. Mrs Aaron Kanner and Ida (Mis.
William Singer
FRANCES LEHMAN
ICCJ Women Will Offer Annual Service Program
Mrs Aaron Farr. prominent
ubwoman, will preside at the
\tli annual program clinic on
liutsday, May 28. at Jordan
Harsh Auditorium, from 10 a.m.
12 noon,
The annual community service
gram i- sponsored by the Worn-
- Division of the National Con-
duce of Christians and Jews,
me 175 to 200 club presidents
lid program chairmen are ex-
ited to attend the event. The
ran theme is "You and Youth
Id Good Will."
Keynote speaker and chief dis-
-inn leader will be Dr. .lames
Kagan, a national vice presi-
dent of the NCCJ and leader in the
development of national and re-
gional programs on "Rearing Chil-
dren of Good Will." He will come
to Miami direct from the National
I'TA Convention in Chicago, where
he has been invited to work as a
consultant in parent education.
With Dr. Eag.m. the following
panel will take part in the pro-
gram:
Bert Kleiman. assistant princi-
pal. Booker T. Washington High
School, who will talk about the cul-
tural enrichment program lor
school children in Dade County.
John M Jenkins. principal-
designate of the new Miami
Springs High School, now assistant
principal of world famed Mel-
bourne High School, who will speak
on the impact of non graded edu-
cation.
Dr John Hall Jones, psycholo-
gist, who will discuss parent-child
relationships and their effect on
the attitudes of good will.
Other members of the Execu-
te e Committee of the Women's Di-
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NATALIE
We
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Who is that stunning girl"" Inevitability the answer
i Natalie Frumkes Natalie s flair for coordinating her
clothes with such >tnking color combinations conies easily.
As a pretty little girl with long curls, and then later on
Natalie was a protcssional model. Alter she married, she
modeled in organization fashion shows for fun. Then
came the Temple Beth Am Sisterhood Fashion Show. The
commeentator asked her to sign up
with her agency. So Natalie has
returned to professional modeling
on a limited scale.
Daughter Sherri Lee loves to
go with her mother to watch, but
husband Melvyn isn't so happy
about the professional bit; al-
though he doesn't mind the char-
ity affairs. Natalie is a native
Floridian, born in Tampa From
the age of five, she was an eques-
trienne. Her parents owned
horses, and Natalie herself had
her own hunter and three gaited
horses. Throughout the horse sea-
son, she toured the south, riding
in horse shcus. capturing ribbons,
trophies ar.d stake money She had the title of Junior
Champion of the South.
Natalie went to the University of Tampa and the
University of Miami, but she never did finish her busi-
nesi administration course Ten years ago. when Natalie
came to Miami, -he met Melvyn on a blind date just a
week and a half after he got out ol the Air Force Today
they have three children. Sherri Lee. Mark and baby
Steven.
Natalie always finds time to work in the community,
with the Young Women's Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. Jewish Family and Children's Service.
American Jewish Committee and the Sunrise Harbor Asso-
ciation, a neighborhood project, among others. As a
young matron, both she and her husband feel that yo'u
must give of yourself in some aspect of community life
and that it is not enough to sit and talk about the state
the world and your oun "community is in if you're not ready
to do something about it.
Time goes backward, and tennis, in which Natalie
excelled, is the hub of the Frumkes home life. She and
Mel are taking lessons and play at Kings Bay Country
Club "lmes a week. Hor-e back-riding is squeezed
in if possible No! a Hausfrau. Natalie readily admits she
hate- housekeeping and is not a cook. They like to go
way for weekend* to Lucaya and Palm Beach They are
istera enjoy dancing and are about to take up
_ The) do everything but Bah. After all what k.nd
woman wear to fish in"
Whitmans Tell
Dianne's Troth
Mr and Mrs Irving Whitman.
nth Ave trill annoul
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one Beth, to Leonard Eu-
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home.
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Mrs ILrry Glick, 1750 Mich-
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Iriday. May 22, 1964
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1 llagler Women
ick Mrs. Nadler
|Mi- Allied J Nadler was to
installed ;>- president of Flag-
-liranada Jewish Center Sister-
! on Thursday, May 21. 8.30
the Tenter Mrs. Nadler
rnierl) served as vice president
I a charter member of the
> od.
speaker was to be Mrs.
Soltz, president of Florida
1 Hadaaaah Enlertam-
|< 1- to be furnished by Mrs.
KcsdiD, vocalist, a Ceo in -
by Mrs. Paul Draizer at
I officers are Mrs. Berry
Mrs, Lou Lopatin and Mrs
i Hertz, vice presidents; Mrs
i .111 (overman, treasurer; Mrs
ncr Rogers, recording seere-
and Mrs. Samuel Goldberg,
responding secretary.
l\ reception was to follow the
'-Mill.
Suburban League
Profits Wi?i Go
To Variety Here
' is from the Suburban Lei
pie Bi ivling i e igue ;il be tallied
up iii r a inual banqu Sat .
day night an! turned over to Va
Children'? Hospital.
League players "ill bold their
dinner dance and awards party
7 p.m. m the Duponl Plaza Hotel.
with Mrs. Alan Hertz as chairman
of the affair.
A cocktail party and dinner will
be held in the Encore Room, fol-
lowed by dancing in the Iiayview
Room.
More than KM) wives and hus-
bands participated in the Mixed
Bowling 1-caguc. it was announced
by President Mrs. Arthur Pepper,
to raise funds for the Suburban
League's major charity, the sup-
port of two cancer patients at the
hospital.
Marshall Harris will preside as
master of ceremonies, and Dr.
Marshall Pepper heads the trophy
committee.
Top three teams to receive spe-
cial awards are:
First Place Team: Mr. and Mrs.
Shelley Abcrman and Mr. and Mrs
Mai Kushner. Second Place Team:
Henry Landy. Mr. and Mrs Uickej
Markowitz, and Wally Mason
Third Place Team: Mr. and Mrs,
Al Viener, Bill Cooper, and Mrs.
Audrey Kurzncr
Men's and women's high aver-
age awards will go to the follow-
ing; Alan Herts, 170; Marshall
Pepper, 109; Al Viener, 167; Mis
Daniel Franco. 141; Mrs Jerry
Wemstein, 138; .Mrs. Barry Bar
son. 135.
Women interested in joining the
Suburban League may call mem-
bership secretary, Mrs, David
Sommers, or the volunteer service
Vice president. Mrs .lames Orovitz
Final plans for the installation luncheon oi the
South Dade Chapter, Women's Division of the
American Technion Society, were recently
made at the home oi Mrs. David Sernaker.
Installation luncheon will be held at the Kinqs
Bay Country Club on Friday at 11:30 a.m.
Board members (left to right) are Mesdames
Edward Brown, H. Franklin Williams, David
Sernaker, Norman Hill, Ben Woolfstead, Gus-
sie Fellman, Joseph Masters, corresponding
secretary. Charles Jacobson, Morton R. Fell-
man, chapter president, Aaron Foosaner. par-
liamentarian. Meyer Baskin, vice president
membership, William Sanes, Mae Wollman
and Ann Wollman, co-chairmen of telephone.
Not pictured are Mesdames Meyer Brilliant,
vice president of program, Jerry Friedman,
treasurer. Maxwell Dauer, financial secretary.
Samuel Goldstein, recording secretary, Hy-
man Friedman and Joel Belov, co-chairmen of
board, J. David Liebman, arrangements. Rae
Rosenthal. courtesy, and Bernard Abel, pub-
licity
Sirthd
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1 and Mr. William B. Cooper
p.urnts oi a son. Stephen Da-
I. born Apr. 16. New mother is
|t former Barbara First, daugh-
ol Mr and Mrs. Alan II First,
Miami. Paternal grandparents
1 Mr and Mrs. Maurice Cooper.
Bonville.
William, born May 1 in
hi Kitty and William
lr Grandparents are Mr.
William Brenner of Mi
\ Hope, born Apr 10, joins
. sister, Anne Michelle in
Mr and Mrs Leonard
SW 39th SI i.iand
.; iam 1 ns M r and
K( ssler and Mr and
ir Marks, Great-grand-
Mrs Sonia I'ikIcI ol
Philadelphia, Pa., and Mrs B
Brown, Brooklyn, NY
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First child. Howard Neil, hern
May 11 to attorney Allen David
Stolar and wife, Bobbi. of lsoo
Marseille Dr. Grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stolar Wash
I n. Ii (" and Mr- Sylvia
Lam t, Miami Beach.
Pianist on Tour
Raul Spivak, the Argentine
1 ianist now living in Miami, is
1 urrently on a ;x week 1 oncerl
i, aching tour ol South Amer
u.i A concert artisl oi interna-
.ik will
- veral ret itals and conduct mas
ter classi in piano in Brazil and
his n itive Argentina before re
turnin ; t 1 Miami in mid June
Menorah Ladies
Install Officers
In Evening Rites
Mrs Elsie Bclsky was installed
.is president Of Temple Menorah's
sisterhood for a fourth term on
Wednesday evening. In a pro-
gram entitled The Crown of
,,'1 ses" under the chairmanship of
Mrs. A. Louis Meclilowitz. past
,.resident of Sisterhood, new of-
fers and board members of Sis-
terhood were installed by Rabbi
layer Abramowitz.
Sisterhood's fund-raising pro
iectS are channeled to the Hell
{ious School which offers classes
rom the nursery preschool to con-
p niation class, The organization
la- turned over to the Temple
nore than Sio.mw as its contnbu-
ion to maintain the Religious
School.
Elected as officers Of Sisterhood
ire vice presidents. Mesdames
Lawrence Weston, Leah Gottlieb,
Milton Stager, P. M. Pollack, Nor-
nan Harrow; .secretaries. Mes
lames Samuel Graham, Irving
,\c( haler, Sam Schiffman, Essie
volf; treasurer, Mrs Hyman Ber-
tad; parliamentarian, Mrs. Jack
Sperns; chaplain, Mr- \l Mech
n it/, historian, Mrs Arthur Jur.
COW itz.
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Susan Jacobson
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Al and Fdna Jacobson are
starting the Northern trek early
They are driving up to Durham.
N.C.. to pick up son, Harvey, a
student at Duke University, and
then the three are heading for
Nashville, Tenn.. to see daughter,
Susan, graduate from Vanderbill
I niversity. School of Nursing.
Alter a short holiday, Susan will
affiliate with Jackson Memorial
Hospital as a surgical nurse in in
tensive care service.
Susan is a niece of Dr. Leon
Greene, "f Miami Beach.
SUSAN JACOBSON
Betk Kedesh Picnic
Beth Kodesh Congregation will
hold its annual all-day picnic on
Sunday at Crandon Park, Pit -L
Lot 2. bc-111: in at 10 am Mack
Libman is chairman of the affair.
Judea Youth
Elect Officers
A reception and dance folio a ed
installation of Temple Judea Youth
Group officers on Saturday even
ing in the Youth Lounge.
With Rabbi Mordecai Podet of
[iciating, the following slate was
included:
Ilene Corcnhlum. president: Joe
Weil, vice president; Isabel Wcch-
sler, secretary; Linda Steinhcim
( r, treasurer: and Michael KOSl
k zional board member.
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Friday, May 22, 19:4
Second Generation
Amid Confirmands
At Temple Israel
Seven second-generation con-
firmands wore among the 90 boys
ard eirls who participated in the
annual confirmation services at
Temple laseel of Greater Miami
00 Shavuoth eve It was the
largest class to be confirmed at
the 43-year old Rciorm synagogue,
and was followed bv a recent ion
in the Morris D. Wolf son Auditor-
ium
For Mr and Mrs Myron Cow en.
1 he confirmation of their daughter.
Elizabeth, held particular signifi-
cance, for both of them were con-
firmed at Tcinpic Israel a year
apart. She is the former Gladys
Lacigne.
To classmates Mrs. Leslie Buk-
Btel (Rita Hyman). Mrs. James
Lewy (Kathy WohI>, and Mrs. Jack
Sharloe (Marjorie Freedman).
there was an added dimension to
the traditional services.
Three fathers. Guy Goldsmith,
Arthur Kahn and Da"'<>l Richter.
saw their three sons follow in their
footsteps to the same pulpit where
they wire hles-cd by Dr. Joseph
R. Narot at the conclusion of the
services.
The following were confirmed:
i- 1 v!' I ndi r, Si lon IpMhaum,
s 1 A: 11 in in. I.ln-la .
Itar <, Roh 1 1:..... Oanirl Beck-
er, Sally Bclnh'Tn. P iHrlan llenjamln,
I.*' rtukHtel, I'ankli'' rturrowM, Mark
<'' 11 ff. Rnhi t 1 'hiisnili Sluarl (S-
1 Steven i^iHiperman, Rllsaneth
Ctiwen, \.in''> Cromt-r, lun iMvldnon,
1 Hi\ b, J< fl: s Bldelman. Men*
1 f Steven Kn'i. M .l,-ffriv k
I indi ;. Heidi K nhman, Uri I '!.-
i lam i-'i an i\ .1. Ua -
II n .- I- nil. r
- \ en 1 iulilan Ith,
Linda <: -i. 1-1. 1 -.. 1 irahani, L--iw
!'> ISreenbers, llilrit-ia liundy, Jef-
I llainii nd, J mi 11. x-. ett, Sall>
II Ian HlrKhhenr, Mac) .....nati
Jan Kahn, Michael Kahn Itlchai n
K Kami ;..,'. Kaplan,
na KimMoch Sa Knhli nln-rtc.
Charlotte Koppe, Marola Kornblitt,
l*tttrli la !. 1 kiln I., i'.-: 1, Rli h 1.1
1-. I Jink. Bruci Levlne, Suzanne !- >.
Budil) Mi Wend) Mann,
Han-) Mow
x William Novai k. Don-
M 1 k I'olatei Thoma>
'" R bi Shi ih Karbai k
1 I..i'ir...i R ..
"1 il) 11 H -. .' ,ii, Roai n. I "lane
1 il.i. I:.. -Ill lull. I ..III,:, |(n-
"Ul Mm,.1 |e Sam. t, 1 \ 11 .
"' 11 H 1 s. h. |nl ra
<'" d) Shark" > ai
- Rob" I Sl.-in. 1 i;,,| 1 t 1
':. 1 In. in. i> Watta,
! Well Weltanw
will. T>| u Itf
Bureau Reelects
Cohen President
For Third Term
Joseph Cohen was rei
a third term as president 1
Bureau of Jewish Edui
general membership met
here
Fleeted with hnn were
Frederick N Barad, Albert
and Leonard Zilbert. vice
dents Al Sherman and V
Frumkea were redacted set
and treasurer
I to
I the
ng
Ml*
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' reai,
yn
tan,
Mrs. Milton Weiss, at the microphone, installs
Miami Beach Senor High School PTA officers
during ceremonies at the Seville Hotel. Stand-
ing (left to right) are Steve Moore, Miami
Beach Senior High School principal; Mes-
dames Louis Gidney, William Lee, M. H.
Rosenhouse, Harold Zlnn, Harry Slev; Mis.
Lillian Eisenberg, new president; Mrs. Theo-
dore Struhl, Mrs. Sahag Giritlian. Mrs. Theo-
dore Kipnis, president-elect. Seated Mrs. Harry
M. Kaplan, outgoing president.
Emanu-EI Religious and Schechter
Schools Now Accepting Registrations
Raphael K. Yunes. chairman.
Board of Education of Temple
F.manu-El. has announced that
registration is now being accepted
tor Temple Emanu-El's Religious
School and Solomon Schechter
Day School.
Afternoon Hebrew School for
children, age 8 and up. is a three-
day progressive school geared to
meet the needs of every child.
UN Chapter Will
Hear Trial Talk
Miami Beach Chapter of Un-
American Association for the Uni-
ted Nations will present a pro-
gram entitled 'The Germans To-
day" at a meeting on Monday eve-
ning. 8 p.m.. at Washington Fed-
eral, 1234 Washington Ave
Hendrik J. Buns, president, said
that Daniel NY a I Heller will he
guest speaker.
Heller, who is national com-
mander of the Jewish War Veter-
ans of the U.S.A.. has labeled the
war crimes trial now going on at
Frankfurt. Germany as "a joke.""
Sunday School and Confirmation
Departments, for ages 5 through
14, offer a course of study in Jew-
ish life and observances
Solomon Schechter Da) School,
Nursery-Kindergarten Department.
for ages 3 to 5. offer- a nurserj
curriculum plus a well-integrated
program of experience in Jewish
living. The elemental*) depari
ment. first, second, third and
fourth grades, offers a secular
and enriched program of Hebraic-
religiotu studies
Tuition include- free transpor
tation to and from school All
school departments are staffed
with highly trained, fully-experi-
enced and qualified teachers
Cord Party Sunday
Brunch and card- will follow 111
stallation of officers of the Great-
er Miami chapter. American
Medical Center at Denver, on
Sunda) noon at the DiLido Hotel
Hollywood School
Plans Graduation
On Frida) evening, 8 IS p m at
Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood,
graduati i xercises ill be held
[or elementar) Hebrew School De-
partment.
Bruce Richman, teacher, has
announced the following -indents
l\ ill be graduated
David Fridovich, Philip Han
-11. Michael Pollack, Irene Salit-
sky, Robert Salamon and Dina
S .Hi/man.
Bureau of Jewish Education di
Honorary offices went to May.
er Baskin, honorary president;
Louis Heiman, Max Meiscl, Ben-
jamin Mayers, Matilda Ratntr,
past presidents; Harold Thur-
man, Harry Simonhoff, Mr.
Joseph Duntov, Mrs. Louis OliM-
tr, Leo Robinson, honorary vice
presidents.
Cohen awarded 22 CerULcata
of honor to Hebrew teachet *ho
have given seven sear-
to the Jewmh community The
teachers honored Included Rabttj
Shimon Azulay. Her-, i: !;, mm,
Fay Feinstem. Geor 1
Nettie GoMstein,
(ireenherg. Ruth llaran. Aw Kay,
Benjamin Kaminetzk)
euslv. Mrs Joshua Klein Mr-,
Harry Perach Kwitm \. Mr- Rp.
becca Upson, Ida P< i
Porush, Nnrma Robinov 117. Mr?.
M. Robin-. Gregor)
Kochelle Ross. Fthel Saft Mrs,
Stadlan, Zehava Suken I
Wagner
plomaa will be presi
graduate! h> school
man and first \m
Manuel Solomon
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Mrs. Grossinger
Hosts Party
Hostess lor the Greater Miami
ry, Jewish Ha ne
for annual Mother- Day
1 artj was Mrs. Jennie Orossin i< r
Mr-. Lawrence Silverman, Auxil-
1 irj president, gave the message
Of welcome at the Cfllebl"ation held
Sunday. 2 p.m.. at Douglas Gar-
and Hi Silverman, hen-
rary president, presented each
1 sident .- ith a gift.
Mi- Sol Silverman, honorary
president, presented each real-
with a gift,
\ com. :i ol folk music by Irv-
ing Pietrack and members of his
and 1 intorial selections
bj Re\ laurice Maniches, of
I Jacob Synagogue. high-
lighted the afternoon's entertain
1 n 11' Mrs Louis Makovsky was
program chairman.
Refreshments were served and
guests were invited to make
a tour ol the Home's grounds and
buildings and to visit with resi
dents unable to attend the party.
Venetian Rambler
Names Fichtman
Robert R. Fichtman. well-known
m northeastern automotive circles,
brings an outstanding record of
successful General Motors galas
manager-hip to his new position
with Venetian Rambler." ac-
cord i 1.4 to ot
ficial- of thel
firm, who areT
announcing h 11
appointment.
As the newly
appointed gen j
eral sales man
ager of the Mi]
ami-based Ram!
bk r di alership
Fichtman will bil
in charge of HCHJMAN
ht-w car -ales. This is the same
role he filled with Burke Olds-
mobile ol Ne York, where he
directed a personnel force of 97
: 1 pie.
"It was In this capacity thai
he achieved considerable recog-
nition when, through his imagina-
tive sale- program, he more than
doubled the sales volume of the
firm." it was revealed.
Fichtman is past master of the
Masons, a divan officer of the
Shriners and a barker of Variety
International.
Public
Should Know
i-c^i not b* d*i"#d fc ti-
p'opo- ritfcel
J. Inn,
I am back in print as I have something of im-
portance to tell to the citizens of Oade County.
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'" OFFICE OF STATE KOUSF OF REPRESS"
GROUPS- LEVER 8-A
WE CAN PLAN INSURANCE,
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Home Owners
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Phone 379-7555
tot ..... is a
tieat. / n >i : young
lo: .7 -.-. ward to
c.-.j ci cur
G.c'.e;.Tien.
tits 0 I in un-
;cry taxar. with no
end in sight and is de-
-lei that we have to
I a halt and morator-
ium. Cr.e c: h.s :oremost
prom;scs. aiter speaking
to this intelligent young
man. is that he will fight
With all his zeal end ef-
i:rt to seo that there is
no increase in !cxos and
will do oil within his
power to see thai taxes
are lowered in the Real
Ls'ate division among
other iniquities. He is
opDosed to the INVEN-
TORY TAX and will light
to have it removed be-
cause he realises the
businesses that have suf-
fered as a consequence
of this evil tax and be-
cause he sees that the
small businessman has
no opportunity in this
area unless this crip-
Eling tax ii cancelled.
also is one individual
that you can always
reach with your problems
and his door will always
stand open. Mr. Renick
will always welcome
anyone that wants to see
him and he will have
patience for the taxpay-
er. Not only is he able
and has integrity, vision,
and foresight, but he is in
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end to see the
t:ce is done a: a
Renick has b
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brother Ralph R,
you c!: know and
both know the evils that
now exist which heve
locked out the novie In-
dustry in this locality It
i the same old story as
EVIL 1EEDS ON EVIL and
unless these political
payoifs are arrested, we
cannot have a iree in-
dustry.
Another criminal act is
the unfair taxes that now
exist in the movie and
television industries
right here in Dade Coun-
ty. The exhorbitant fees
and taxes levied upon
the movie industry want-
ing to move to South Flor-
ida, bringing employ-
ment and wealth into this
area, has been discour-
aged by this heavy tax
burden and you have the
opportunity by electing
DICK RENICK to have
part of the California
Movie industry move into
Dade County, with an
elected official that
knows the problem of the
movie industry as well
as television and radio
FREEDOM from unfair
taxes it DICK RENICK S
PLATFORM and he is a
fighter all the way. His
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Veteran >u.S. Wavy.
l>~en a re-iden: cl
..- Coun.y 2-t yea. .
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akOsMaty. S:.".'
High. Universi.y ci
I/.ami.
4. Civic Leader: 1 "Z 1
Campaign Chairman
National Multiple
! lereeis. Southeast
.da Chatter: Pest
V::e President ol I
Miami junior Chamcer
ol Commerce.
5. Gold Star Donor. John
Elliott Blood Ear.
6. Miami Bayside Kiwan-
is. Director.
7. 3rd Degree Knichts of
Columbus.
8. American Legion.
9. Loyal Order of Moose.
Mr. Renick has compiled
this outstanding record
of civic accomplishment
even though he is only 33
years of age. He
gentleman that will be
fighting for everyc--- and
a vote for DICK F^TJICK
for the Stato House of re-
presentatives is a vo'e
for a man that we ned
badly. Please vote at this
election and take advan-
tage cf your franchise
for free elections.
IN ORDER TO HIVE STRONGER
AMERICA. RLEt'SE I)
TOUR RIGHT USC
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May 22. 1964
*Jewlst fhrkBan
Page 11-B
G.iys Diamond. Beth Torah Conqreqation faculty advisor
,e school's Keren Ami Council, is shown handinq Rabb
A. Lipschitz, spiritual leader and member of the Jewish
eration Budget Committee, a check for S200 collected bv
school during CJA Sunday, Apr. 26, while Abraham J.
son, education director, looks on.
Beth Torah
Elects Sneider
New President
sident <>f Belli Torah
in i~ Richard M Sneid-
n ber ol the congregation
I i\ u>jr-
r officers who "ill serve
. 196\ >>'.' are: Executive \ Ice
'cni Irving Seidel; educa-
ici president, George Katz-
ways and means vice pres-
Howard Ralby; member
ice president. Irving New-
ninse vice president. Mor-
eldman. vice president at
Stanley Friedman; treasur-
el Gottehrer; financial sec-
i:\vald Ziffer; recording
ary, Mrs .Marcia Blauhut:
"ponding secretary. Mis
S Schreiber.
ider, a Miami resident since
and a resident of Soutb
Kloi .. since 1926, served as pres-
of the Temple Men's Club
!! was chairman of the
ml: Committal during con-
ion of the new edifice at
. K I7r.nl St He also served
irman of the Board of Trus-
ts 1961-62; vice president at
1962-64; and chairman of
tl xecutive Committee, 1962-
RICHARD M. SNEIDfft
years of service in the I'nited
States toast Guard. Sneider mar-
ried the former Vivian Shapiro
They have three children. Laura
Sue. Glenn and Janet.
Sneider is associated with the
Mutual Lite Insurance Co., of
New York
Miamian Prepares
For (Future Career
As Musician
R( bi rt Deutsch, it. oi l>:;i NT:
164th Ter., No Miami Beach, is
anticipate | a i ret r in classical
music The senior al North Miami
I School ho,us io become a
concert cellist after several more
>i ars of stud]
Among the performing groups in
.' hich he is section leader are
t 'c Miami Youth Symphony, the
Kcrlh Miami Senior High School
conceit orche-tra of which he is
president, and the Contemporary
String Quarcl which he helped
ti und
Deutsch also has been a mem-
in r oi the University ol Miami
[raining Orchestra, the Miami
Beach Youth Symphony, the Gil-
c:t and Sullivan Opera Guild of
.nun. and Ihe Florida State
. 1 n.c Orchestra composed ol
l'I rida's top ui!i; musicians
He iias been hanored by being
;elected as one of two string
players to solo with th? Miami
Symphonic Society Orchestra
in it; annual recital concert.
Deutsch hold- a position mi the
Principal's List at school with a
1.2 scholastic average. He is a
three-year member (,i the inter-
act Club at North Miami and is a
.in mber ol the Advanced Biology
.;;i-s which be enjoys second to
music He has been recognized
in the WestlnghOUSC and Ford
Foundation science talent searches
and the Dade County Science Fair
lor his research in biology
Recently, he was chosen runner
up in the Florida auditions to the
International Congress of Strums
m Michigan this summer
Robert has been awarded full
tuition scholarships to Stetson Cm-
versity and the New England Con-
-i rvatory of Music in Boston. He
has chosen to attend the Conser-
vatory to prepare for his career
I
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ler v a- honored by mem-
f Beth Torah Congregation
1 with a testimonial dinner
iresented ith a plaque for
andtng work and insipra
n hi- return from three
Continental x>s Kosher Caterers
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'Shorette installation and reg
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will he hefd jointly on Wednes-
day. May 27. at the Washington
Federal. Normandy Isle Branch.
Mrs. Gertrude Solomon, presi-
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pre-scho I will be grad
uation exercises to be held at the
11 mple on \\ ednesdaf/.
Applications for fall n
(Ion in the nursey-kindergarten
are now being accepted at
the Temple.
Conservatory In
Dcnce Courses
The Miami Conservatory, home
of the Miami Ballet Company, is
offer1 ng ;i concentrated course in
graded classical ballet for Bix
weeks, starting June 8 and running
through July 17.
Cla-scs will he taught daily.
Monday through Friday, in bal-
let, and for the intermediate and
advanced classes, one day a week
wil be devoted to modern and mod-
ern jazz. Ballet will he taught b)
Laura Rose May, Robert Pike and
Thomas Armour. Modern will he
taught by Olga Suarez For a
slight ad l tional charge students
may study flamenco and other re-
gional 1I..1 ces Spain u ith Ad im
Otero
li" i ,i- Armi i r, president ol
the Miami Conservator) and artis-
tic director ol the Miami Ballet
Company, is a "fellow" oi the Na
tional Aca lemj ol Ballet and Mas
been on the faculty of national
teachers organizations for many
years Armour founded the Miami
Ballet in 1951 as a civic no.i-profit
organization to form an outlet for
the artistic talents of Greater Mi-
ami. Auditions are held in Sep-
tember and are open to all dancers
in this area.
Pianist Twins
Will Perform
The Vann tvi h i, Martin I
hei for thi lecoi timi wiJ
al Barrj I e Auditor i
on Friday, 8 p.m., with 'tic Mil I
y mphonii Societj Orchestra un-
the direction ol Billie O'Da;
Pupils ol Peggy Neighbors I
win, the) are pla) i ig the first
i emenl ol M iza t's Double Con-
certo In E flat. This is the first
lime that there will be two pia
phi- the orchestra on the Harry
College Btage.
Sims of Mr and Mrs. Loin.
Vann, 1851 SW 36th Ave., 14-year-
old Martin and Steven have wot
many local, state anil national
awards in the past five years, both.
as soloists and dun pianists They
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at Ponce de Leon Junior High.
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^ar Ricnard Cpper
Bar Mitzvah of Richard Gabriel
Opper will take place Saturday
morning, May 23. at Temple Sinai
: North Dade, with Rabbi Dan-
,: Lowy officiating.
Richard is :':i grade stu-
i and president ol his class
.t John P. Kennedy Junior Hi :h
,>i He plays trumpet in the
school bi nd, and his fa\
port :- swimmi Lasl j
was a member i I m AA1
ti am.
Reception in honor of thi
rvah will be held al the upper
ie on Saturda) evening Out-
lest
Is, Mr and Mrs Meyer
::i of Nev. Haven. Conn.
Lee Bessel
Lee Bessel, son ol Mr and Mrs.
...tin Bessell, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
May 23. at Temple Adath Ye-
liirun. with Rabbi Jonah Caplan
officiating.
Lee. a seventh grader at John
F. Kennedy Junior High School,
will conduct the entire service.
His favorite subject is mathe-
matics, and he is on the Audio-
Visual Squad of the school. His
hobby is fishing. His sister. Lolly,
and both his paternal and matern-
al grandparents will attend the
ceremony and reception following
in the Bar Mitzvah's honor.

Ronald Slater
Rabbi Mordecai Podet will of-
Bruce Vebof
Steahzn Verdon
tee Bessell Sandra Stein
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Ron-
ald Clark Slater on Saturday morn-
ing. May 23. in Temple Judea.
Ronald is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sumner Slater. 4315 Toledo,
Coral Gables, and attends sev-
enth grade at Ponce de Leon Jun-
ior High School
His interests in sports center on
fishing and boating, and he has
helped coach the Little Leaguers
at the Youth Center. He will
Temple Men
Stage Retreat
This Weekend
Judaism. Morality and World
Peace" will be the featured theme
the annual retreat sponsored
bj the South Florida Federation
i i Temple Brotherhoods this Fn-
Brotherhood delegations from
the eight Reform congregation* in
South Florida will join together
a; Tarpon Lodge on Marathon
Ke lor a weekend of worship.
tation and discussion.
Participating in the program
the Rabbi Herbert It.
D lard, of Temple Beth Am.
lent of the
I itei Mi .inical Ass i
Scott Merrick, member ol
Committee for Non-Violent
Mai in Da> id w, peace-
.. president Ol
rho I, and
. | Army Re-
Di I Shi lie* M
hiatrisi Dr .1 in 1 leschi,
I'nivcr-
Ri nford
th< South Fli r
Federation ol the Union of
American Hi Congregations
tsor to the Brotherhoods
Topic* to be considered will In-
clude The Traditional Jewish
Approach to War. 'Violence and
the Human Personality and the
Reality of Peace in Our Time.'"
Serving as chairman and co-
,rman of the weekend are Mor
toi Grant, of Temple Israel, and
Clem of Temple Beth Am.
I o imittee members include Wil-
i E Gladstone and Sig M
Glukstad, of Temple Israel. Al
Jacebson, Temple Judea of Coral
and Max Raskin, of Tern
pie Beth Am Stanlev Pred. of
mple Sinai, u preaklenl
in organization.
^IfMistn-rridK^r
continue with his Religious School
studies
Mr and Mrs. Slater will host
the Kiddush on Saturday morning
in Ronald's honor.
*
Alan Tralins
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
will be the site of the Bar Mite-
vah of Alan Harvey Tralins, son
,.l Mr and Mrs. S. Robert Tralins,
B20 8;h St., on Saturday mi
Ma) 23. Rabbi Isaac Ever
m ill officiate.
\ seventh grade student al Nau-
tilus Junior High School, Alan
ceived his religious training at
dath Israel He i a secre-
j and treasury ol the \ Ivisory
Committee of the North SI
n center and has ards
r swimn
Reception in his honor w
low the service al Mich< i K
er Restaurant.
Arnold Rosenberg
Saturday morning. Maj 23, ser-
vices at Temple Zion will include
the Bar Mitzvah of Arnold Rosen-
with Rabbi Alfred Waxman
officiating.
The Bar Mitzvah is the son Ol
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Rosenberg.
He attends seventh grade at West
Miami Junior High School, where
he plays trumpet in the school
band. He plans to continue his
studies in the Temple Zion Con
firmation Class.

Toby Speetor
Dr. Irving Lehrman "ill officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Toby Spec
tor at Temple Emanu-F.l on S.it
urday morning. May 23
Toby is the son ot Mr. and Mrs
Sheldon Speetor. He attends set
enth grade at Nautilus Junior Hiuh
Friday, May 22, \%
variety of sports. Including nrm$
ming. football and baseball. nl
also works with miniatur. modtij
Robert Creenberj Toby Spec/or
Aian Tralins
Richard Opper
hobbv
hi fi
School, and h

nother, Mr- Helen
Speetor, and grandfather, Meyer
Cohen, will attend the Bar Mitz-
vah. as well as relatives and
Iriends coming from Stamford.
Conn, and St Louis, Mo.
He will be honored at a kiddush
in Sirkin Hall following the wor
>hip service and at a reception
Saturday evening in the Deauville
Hotel
* *
Robert Greenberg
Bar Mitzvah of Robert David
Greenberg, son of Mr and Mrs
Sol Greenberg, will be celebrated
on Saturda) morning, May 23. at
Beth David Congregation. Rab-
in Norman N Shapiro will of-
ficiate
Robert is actively involved in I
Stephen Verdon
Stephen Mark Verdi
Mr Klhs B Verdon and >
Icy Verdon was Bar Mi
Saturday morning. M
Beth Torah Com:
Rabbi Max LipschiU ..
Ben-Zion Kinchenbaum
b -
Stephen il a seventh .
dent at John F. K<
High School. He plaj -
the -. hool band, as wi II
trie guitar
Dinner reception in
honor for some ISO
( d al the Round Tab!.
Ie Guests in
"r William
ta, Mayor u
r. Dr and
Mit< hel, .Indue an
Cullen. Mr Frank Pi
istrator of Ck>v<
Mr. Marx Cauthen D
l red Shuater, Dr. J
Mr. and Mr- Frank I -
and Mrs Max Sil\ r i
Mrs. Morris Rabino
n a(,
shsJ
tivah ]
16. K
n Miij
r.
I
I'jmt j
I
- tift-l
'ierar
in Mr"
Mr. and 1
Sandra Stein
Bas Mitzvah of Sandra lauahtwl
of Mr. and Mrs Frederick Stein.1
will be celebrated Saturday mcn-l
big, May 23. at Temple Emanu-I
El. with Rabbi Irving Lchrma|
officiating.
Sandra attends seventh srafcl
at Nautilus Junior High -huol anil
,. school librarian then Her nl
tire-ts include sport-
Mrs Bella Stem, her srandnwttl
ci. will attend the Bas Hitman
She will be honored tl a dinna
party for her cli enffi it |
Blair H'Hise on Sal enmg.
MR. AND MtS. NtWMARK
Newmarks Back
From Israel Trip
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Now mark.
i | Miami Beach, have fust i
ed home following a five-month
\i.-it in the State of Isn el
Mr. and Mrs. Newmark are
members of the Greater Miami
a and Prof< u onal I tuncil
lor Kupat llolim.
The\ are also founders of the
Rehabilitation Medical Center
r a g in Bet rsheba, Israel
The center is being built with the
support of the local Business and
Professional Council.
While in Israel, they were guests
of Histadrut and visited a variety
ol Histadrut installations through-
out the nation.
Bonk fxec at School
rt Van West \ ie*
lident of Miami Beach Fir-t
ttooal Bank, will attend the
Graduate of Bank-
( k. N..1 from June 8 to
19 Van Westerborg, who recent-
ly moved to Miami Beach First
National from the American Bank
and Trust Company of Suffolk,
Va is the first young officer of
the bank to participate in this
program.
Open House At
Gould Company
In observance of national 'Bet-
ter Hearing Month." the Stanley
Could Hearing Aid Company is
holding open House during May.
it was announced by Stanley
Gould, of 1238 Lincoln Rd.. Miami
Beach, authorized Zenith Rearing
Aid dealer.
"Betler Hearing Month is a
salute to the 36th annual cam-
paign of the American Hearing
Society in behalf oi the estimated
13 million persons whose hearing
hi said
it i- the purp >-c oi Better
Month to alert the
and friend- Of the hard ol
hearing to in.
. available to them."
During Open House, the public
is invited to stop in for a tree
demonstration of Zenith's ni
the world's first bearing
aid with a "Micro-Lithic" ampli-
fier made possible uy ipa
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Page 14-B
+ U n Friday. Ma
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Candidates in Runoff Next Tuesday'
One of the highlights of the recent celebration of the 16th anni-
versary of the State of Israel sponsored by the South Florida
Districts of the Zionist Organization of America at the Fon-
tcinebleau Hotel was the liqhting of a special birthday cake
by 16 leaders of Greater Miami. Pictured above (left to right)
are Jacob Rifkiri. who held the pilot candle for the ceremony;
Molly Picon, noted actress, who lit the last candle on the cake:
and Gil Rappaport. executive director of the Southeast Region
of the Zionist Organization of America. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross was narrator for the ceremony.
BBYO Elects Ferdie President
Ainslee R. Ferdie has been elec-
ted president of the Greater Miami
Bnai B'rith Youth Organization.
which is comprised of 32 chapters
n Dade County with a roster of
1.000 high school membci-
Serving as vice presidents are
Mrs Alfred Reich, pasi president
of District 5 BB Woaien; Moe Fein-
_old. past president South Florida
Council of BB Lodges: Edward A.
Stern, vice president. Florida State
Federation BB Lodges: and Mrs
Marion Sussman. vice president.
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter. BB
Arthur Horwitz. past president of
North Dade BB Lodge, is secretary-
treasurer.
Ferdie is an attorney and a
graduate of the University of
Miami, with Bachelor degrees
in both law and business admin-
istration.
Married to the former Roslyn
Frost. Ferdie was born in Oak
Park. 111., and served during the
.ast war as legal officer in the
Northeast Air Command in West-
ern Newfoundland. He now serves
as a first lieutenant in the VS.
Reserve.
He is a past president of the
Gilbert J. Balkin Lodge of Bnai
Brith and a vice president of the
South Florida Council cf B'nai
Brith Lodges. Closely identified
wit!' the Bnai Brith youth pro-
gram for the past five year-, he
is also active in the Jewish War
Veterans in v. hich he serves as
senior vice commander.
Ferdie is vice president of the
Miami Multiple Sclerosis Associ-
ation, and a vice president of the
Coral Gables Young Democratic
Club.
H- is on the Board of Direc-
tors of Temple Zamora and ac-
tive with the Boy Scouts and
Optimist youth programs.
Retiring president of the BBYO
board is Mrs. Henry Steinhauser.
who served for two years, and will
act as honorary president.
puiaasw i lifttnfl saVcandi
in the Tuesdaj Ma) M ""><>
William "Red" Gillespie
William "Red" Gillespie is run-
ning for Office as Co-.stable in
District 2 His supporter- Uii-
week helped him wind up his
campaign by declaring that Gil
lespie "is dedicated to law en
forcement in Dade County, and
has been for the past 17 year-,
having served a- a member of
the Miami Police Department
from 1946 to 1961. and as Chiet
ot Police in Homestead since
1962 '
Gillespie- platform specifies
"separate civil and criminal sec-
tions, deputies assigned to civil
procein. only, constable's ofl
available on a 24-hour basis, and
all deputies be fully qualified and
rienci
Dick Renick
Dick Renick
State Leg in Grou|
A resident of Dade Count) for
2-1 ><\:r-. Renick platform in
eludes full support ol Interama
to promote .nil tourism,
statewide automobile inspections
lequired now only in Dade Coun-
tN. to help curb traffic fatalities
and -trenethen pre-ent state laws
pertaining to reckless anil drunk
driving violators "
Ralph Poston
Native Miamian Ralph 1'
seeking election to the State Lc..
islature in Group 2. is running on
a platform of "economy in go>
ernment; fairnes- to our people:
growth of Dade County."
A member of the Metro Exam
ining Board. Poston's means to bis
"EFG" program includes "repeal
ol the inventory tax and additional
tax on auto licenses, secure a fair
apportionment of the legislature.
assist our senior citizens, protect
j *hu will be -eeking.-election
F0r other listings, see Page 12-A
existing Industry while providing
[or the promotion of new space
,e and "-.her Industries, and
&pUr tourism through coordination
i i promotional material
"Jimmy" James
"Jimmy" Jame- i- running in
Tuesday's election for National
Democratic Committeeman.
His -upporters point to the can
clidate- "12 years of service to the
Democratic Party, a- well a- a
lifetime ol beliel in the part>
Thes urge election of James
pro -ie-- through
Democratic part]
i the
Flagler Will
Confirm Nine
Five bi ys .'nil five girls will be
confn mi t the ninth i
.;> evenii
p.m., er-Grai la Jewish
I.., ;, for I'., V
will i i Faith."
Con: rids v present a Bible
to th synagogue James E
ers, class pres lent, will be valedic-
torian Goldstein will i
N'anc) Goldman will make the
sen tat ion.
Other members of the class
are Bonnie Sue Brody, Harriet
Genandes, Mark S. Kelman, Kurt
Marmar, Susan Marshall, Eric
Press and Allen Rosenbloom.
Rabbi I).. i nfeld, spiritual
leader ot Flagler-Granada Jewish
Center, "ill deliver the charge to
the eonfirmands Bibles and pray
er book- will be presented l>> Ar-
nold Levy, principal ol the Sunday
School. Robert Brown. Samuel
stein, Harold Strumpf, Mrs.
Uathew Cohen and Mr- David
Hertz.
The confirmation was prepared
Judge W. R. Culbreath
Judge \v R. Cnlbreai
bent, i- running to succtei im.
self to the Juvenile i .^
in Tuesday's runoff.
According to his ipp
three defeated candidate: i
Juvenile Court Judge hi cloaj
ranks r-ehind Judge C Ibri |,
assure his election "
They are pointing to la> CM|
heath's "nine years of c\;h-. -net
as Judge of the Juvenin ar Do-
mestk Relations Court
CPAs are Elected Here
Albert J Beer, pres
Count) Chapter of in-
stitute, of Certified
count ants, ha- ant*
Meal H I.evinc. Mian
lord \ l.oK and H j
man .Ii North Miami
n elected to
in thc> state organizat
Zamora Students
Lead Services
Temple Zamora sen I
da) morninw were coi eted by I
the students of th.
School, first, wcon I i irtt |
gradl.-
Participants include' ii m\
Manhnff. Shachris: Joseph Pout.
taking out the Torah- Tobubj
Tibor and B*n Lewi- -.haciiter.
the -ermon: Gary Poat, Neal
Better, Kenneth Gordi i Laos
Hen. Ricky Josepher and
neth Stein, all Bar Mitzvah ><
of the past year
and directed by Samu-
assisted by Doreen Holl,
Cedars to be Hosf
Sanford K. Bronstein. adminis-
trator, announces this week that
on Friday. May 29. Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital will be host to
the Florida H-jspital Association
trustees meeting.
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kidcY. May 22, 1964
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a'.:
:ning Committee meets with Mrs. Joseph
o;ro, Miami Beach Hadassah donor co-
nator for annual award luncheon at the
jville Hotel on Monday noon. Leh to
: irecr are Mrs. Morris Kogan. fund-raisinq
rman: Mrs. Jack Davis, publicity coordin-
Mrs. Nat Barth, president; Mrs. Shapiro;
Mrs. Dorothy K. Fink and Mrs. Ellis Amdur.
Left to right (seated) are Mrs. Ira Krivitzen, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, pro-
gram coordinator; Mrs. Maurice Cahn, mem-
bership coordinator; Mrs. Harry Platoif, audi-
tor. Not shown are Mrs. Harold Melnick and
Mrs. Barnett Beckerman.
-arband Unit
Dinner Sunday
Chain) Weizmann Branch of Far-
)and will celebrate its first anni-
versary with a uala diner on Sun-
lay evening, (> p.m.. at the Royal
Munnarian Restaurant. Miami
Beach.
Organized under the leadership
of Moe Levin, since receiving its
charter in April. 1963. member-
ship chairman. Harry Sachs, an-
nounces enrollment of 150 mem-
bers. The branch suports local
and Israeli agencies.
Following officers have been re-
elected for 1964-65: Chairman. Moe
Levin: vice chairman. Irving
Sachs; financial secretary. Harry
Chaet: recording secretary. Rose
Cohen: treasurer. Max Goldscheid.
At the dinner. Ben Yomen. of
Temple Emanu-Fl will be in
charge of community singing.
In charge of the evening are
Aaron Katz, social chairman; Rose
Abels, ticket chairman; Mr. and
Mrs. Johan Berman. Harry Sacks
and Harry Chaet.
LEGAL NOTICE
Temple Zfotl Ceremony
On last Sunday evening at 8:30
p.m Temple Zion held its con-
firmation graduation ceremony.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS) NAME LAW
XOTIi'K IS HERKllY lilVKX thai

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Joseph Shapiro, Miami Beach Chapter
\adassah donor chairman, plans annual
d denor luncheon with her group chair-
:.. at the Deauville Hotel on Monday noon,
to riaht (rear) are Mrs. Herbert Gutman.
:rc... J:oup, Mrs. Jack Muravchick, Hanna
Mrs. Shapiro; Mrs. J. Goldman, Em-
Lazarus; Mrs. Ethel Herman, Herzl. Seat-
left to right) are Mrs. Hadassah Fassler.
High in Drive Here on Sunday
Sort King High will
,i four-hour swing around
- in an air-conditioned
[hope
Grandma
likes itiy
flowers
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones ant
a source of very
comfort to all.
''AMI SUCH'- .! ,'. I .' I- .
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**i|i CUMMU'l
MO 1-7693
bUI Sunday afternoon in a deter-
mined effort to pile up a record
Mite in the second Democratic
primarj for governor.
High will appear at rallies ifl
bis behall from Carol city to Cut-
ler Ridge. His supporters and
those persons just interested in
meeting and hearing the candidate
w ill hold rallies, dances and other
activities in his behalf during the
time periods listed with High
scheduled to spend approximately
I'd minutes at each location.
He Will be .it the Allapattah High
headquarters, 1901 NW :;<".th St.,
Student Tour
Of Israel Told
Abraham J. C.ittelson. Beth
i Torah Congregation education di-
rector, and his wife. Shulamil,
will serve as guides this summer
(or the Bar Mitzvah tour to Israel.
., seven-week trip for boys and
girls who have observed their Bar
Milzvah during 1963^>4.
The program will include a re-
ception with the President of the
State of Israel, a tour of the entire
country and a three-day stopover
In Europe, The group will leave
New York by El Al Ainnes on
July 6 and return Aug. 19.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 5433
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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.-in. i. Miami, Florlrla, ami fil,' the
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, ii,, i'i. rk "f ih. i-:i. \.-hiii -ii, rclal
r, lit in uui f"i l>a ,,n ..i before the v.n\\ da) "'
Shopping Center for another ral- June, 1964, in default of which ihe
Complaint 111 be taken a i onl -
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Clerk "i 'In- r.rruit Court
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FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 5498
ALBERT PARBER,
Plaintiff,
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CELIA PARBER,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TI i"i:i.lA I ARBER
576 Avenue /.
Brooklyn, New Fork
You, CELI v PARBER, an hi rebj
notified that a Bill of Complaint i".
Divorce has been filed itgalnm you,
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.-! your Answer 01 pleading i" the
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I Attorney. UOLOMAN, t!oLl>STEIN
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'. Mi.inn Plorida, and file I im
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I. R. Goodman Group; Mrs. Bert Rosenberg,
Southqate; Mrs. Esther German, Morton Tow-
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Mrs. Harry Horwitz, Esther. Not shown are
Mrs. Barney Davis, Bay Harbor Group; Mrs.
William I. Saffir, Brandeis; Mrs. Louis Gold-
man. Israeli; Mrs. A. Ross, Renanah; Mrs.
Saul Peckins, Shaloma; Mrs. Emma Rattner.
Henrietta Szold.
first with the meeting scheduled
trom noon to 2 p.m. Sunday.
Then, he'll go to the Biscayne
|y, listed from noon to 2.
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764 N'W 183rd St., his headquar-
ters, at 1 p.m. and at the Palm
Springs Shopping Center in llia-
leah between 1:30 and 3:30 p.m.
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meeting at the Cutler Ridge Shop-
ping Center between 2 and 4 p.m.,
and will be at Westchester Shop
ping Center between 3 and 6 p.m.,
ith a live band joining in a mam-
moth dance and rally for High.
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ttreafi Court, Miami Beach, Intend*
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. Page 12-A +Jels* ncrMton Friday. May 22, ] Newly-installed central and branch presidents of the YM and YWHA of Greater Miami are congiatulated ot the recent annual dinner at Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club by installing officer. Harold Thurman (left), vice president of the Lireater Miami Jewish Federation. Accepting the god wishes of Thurman are (left to right) Herschel Rosenthal, president, Greater Miami "Y," Maxwell Waas, president. Miami Branch, and Michael Salmon, president, North County Branch. Home Owners Install Officers New officers were installed by tha Biscayne Point Home Owners Association at a banquet at the Alters Hotel, with Miami Beach Mayor Uelvio Hichard presiding. Outgoing prest'ent Milton Gaynor. senior vice president of CARTRIDGE PEN AND 6 CARTRIDGES ONLY mi.oo • Neat, clean ink cartridges • Famous Renew pointstine, mediun. or broad • Deluxe styling, choice of 5 colors • Unconditionally guaranteed Sit&ifri&fc ti W 'LOADS W HKE J i'flf BULLETS' —--#* %  BARNETTS OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT 228 N E 59lh STREET-Mijmi 1608 WASHINGTON AVE -M B. 134 N E 1$) ItTftlfT Miami 272 VAIENCIA-Coril GibUs Telephone PL 4-3457 n OTARION HEARING AIDS *tpolr All Mat.i WHILE YOU WAIT lattrlt and Molai Imperial Hearing Aid Co. 84 N.E. 2nd Ave. 377 1022 TfffMS TRADES HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL COLUMBIA FURNITURE OF FLORIDA WE MAKt EARLY AMERICAN STORE FIXTURES CABINET WORK and ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK Mill WORK 4698 East 10th Lane Hialeah, Florida Ph. 685-2291 Candidates in Showdown Tuesday ballot. For other listings, see Sec. B. Robert King High Robert King High brought his campaign lo Mian" Beach on sunday with an address before some GOO supporters at the DiLido Hotel The Miami Mayor renewed bis pledge to support President Johnson in 1964. Mayor High pledged that, i ted, "1 will represenl .ill ol Florida, not jusl special interesl throughout the stat< He pledged to "work for a new nuila tor dividing gasoline money among the counties Eeneralh t<> reduce taxes Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami Beach, handled presentation of awards at the banquet. New officers include Godfrey Perell, chairman of the board; Dr. Edward Lift, president; Alan j H. Rothstein, first vice president; Dr. Julius A. Greenhouse, second vice president; Max OrI m. third vice president; Ezra Feingold, honorary president, Mrs. Lillian Rogers, recording secretary; Mrs. Elizabeth Krivit] zin, financial secretary; and Harry X. Goldberg, treasurer. New Board of Trustees includes Joseph Albert Sr., Philip Grenuald, Morris Hertzon. Bernard Kosen. Dr. Jack Rozen. Thomas F. Smith. Bernard Lazarus. Nathan Rattner. Joseph Roscnblum. Aaron Topper. Murray J. Weil. Mrs. Carola Weinberg. Mrs. Irving Gaby and Dr. Edward Litt. New Board of Directors includes Mrs. Herbert Alter. Mrs. Fred Beckman. Mrs. liaskell Bratter. Mrs Edmund Burke. Herman Caine. Meyer W. Deutschman. Gus Fisher. Norman Harrow. Jacob Kram. Irwin Levin. Robert Oppcnbeimer, Mrs. Godfrey Perell. Joseph Rose, Robert Schwartz. Mrs Aaron Tepper, Mr. and Mrs. w. Waller, Isidore Woolow ick. Mrs. Joel Aberman. Edward Newman. George Goodman, Mrs. Philip Greenwald, Judge Bernard A. Frank. Mrs. Milton Lesser and Vincent Lombard! Among those attending the banet were Dado County Mayor Chuck Hall and Miami Beach Councilmen llyman Galbut and Malvin Englander, Herald and Miami intend spirit also fort;i\ and Haydon Burns Declaring himsell "a candidate JI the people." Jacksonville Ma) or Haydon Burns has vowed that "under no circumstances will 1 sell out the office ol governor lo special interests Burn* also "I"week dci kind his opposition to the public accommodations section oi the Civil Rights Bill, stating th:ii 1 am not going to change my campaign one bit nor alter my platform one iota in the second primary." Kenneth Myers Candidate tor Slide Legislature in group 5. Kenneth Myers, on the eve of Use Tuesday runoff again declared thai i am prepar ed for public service The candidate is from a famil) with a long history ol such service to the Jewish and general communities here and nationally. He has received the endorsement of many publication-, including Confirmation Held At Ner Tamid Confirmation exercises at Temple Ner Tamid were held in conjunction with the regular Saturday morning services conducted by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz and Cantor Saul H. Breeh Murray A. Shaw, COi president, and Dan Piver, Men's Club president, will make the presentation to the confirm the Miami A year ago he was appointed one ol the special attorneys to the| ,,,„:, Delegation ol the Florida ature Declared Myers "I to bring lo mj "rk the t \ dedii at n ai d civit n msibilitj thai has been a part | ,he Myers famil) tradition MIMI verj IonRobert Shevin Robert Shevin is in the daj runofl for State Legislature in Group i The youthful candi i, ri peated Incharge this week thai "Dade County's void been heard as a whis per in Tallahassei Shevin said that his platform is to gel fair representation and fair benefits for our fine coun tj He pointed out that bis candidae> "has been endorsed bj the Miami Herald and Miami New" Bernard Berman In hibid for State Legislature ii, Group 2. Bernard Berman Councilman of North Miami Beach, tinweek pledged "to work in be ball of all of Florida, concentral m the benefits to be receiv ed in Dade County." Vowed Bi rman "It I am elect ed, I will work toward fairer tepresentation for the county, increased workmen's compensation benefits, more aid lor our citizens and more state park facilities for both our visitors and our local residents Jack D. Gordon Continuing his tireless pace ol campaigning for the runofl to succeed himsell .is ;i member of the Dade County School Board, Group 2, .lack I) Gordon said this week that 'I'm determined to remain in office and continu. the I have started to impn j school system." Added Gordon: "-Dai has the seventh Largest set ten m the nation am REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's larqest & Oldest Supply House for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale & Retail ISKAtll GIFTS AND NOVELTIES FOR A MEANINGFUL -* EAR MITZVAH CONFIRMATION and GRADUATION GIFT CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING BOOKS: • THE CHOSEN ONE, a historical novel By Harry Simonhoff S4.95 • JEWISH NOTABLES IN AMERICA 1776 1865 Syr Harry Simonhoff S5.00 • JEWISH PARTICIPANTS IN THE CIVIL WAR By Harry Simonhoff $5.00 • SAGA OF AMERICAN JEWRY 186519141 By Harry Simonhoff S5.00 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Reliqioui S.ionliet for Synagogue*. Sc-oo'u Pr, va t? Ut. 1585 WASHINGTON AVE Miami bt^ch JE 8 ;840 i < 'Progrewna with Our Mnnv Satisfied Customers" ANOTHER LOCATION FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE COULTON BROS. T" • "*Aiiy" "MAT" root TEXACO BOTJ Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St. AMERICAN-ISRAELI n RELIGIOUS STORE ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUE^" SCMOOl S HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVE l-WM S. S.hwort, y ^ d\ •• OADrT •OULTVAHO MIAMI BIACH. FlO'QA JlFFINION I-BB24 CAMHIK •. lL/JFjf# 'WIMI. o>ccTon A v GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open Every Day • Closed Sohhofh 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Miami's Only Strictly Jewish Monument Dealer Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all. %  • 'AMIS EXCLUSIVE JEWISH CIMYtM AIDCOMVUN.iy v M0 1-7693 I I budget of $115 Bullion u • .chools occupying such portanl potitkm, [hi III voted people." Gordon, a im-mi er of i tiunal Committee ;• .A Public School*. -,n %  .1 >aver| hundreds u: I dollars for Dadi through programs I ..;i member of Ihi PALMER MORIALS "Miami'* Only Jewish Monument %  •iln-eri" LEADERS IN SERVICE, QUAIIJ) AND VALUE! Scheduled Unvc %  •_ SUNDAY, MAY 24th. |M Mr. FJeho Cemetery SIDNEY MARDER. I2IMNM Rabbi H b BELLA IIRMAN, 1:30 M SEE WHAT YOU BW DO NOT BUY FROM MU ORDER FIRMS AND BE SORRY! Buy Direct from the manufacturer in Miami ana save many dollars. PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 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Friday. May 22. 1964 Jentefi ncrkflan Page 15-A M v %  K LEGAL NOTICE THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FI_QR'D*IN PROBHTE No. 51244-C It. r> A N N A s IXTRXTIOS TO M KR ... iTIO.N l nil BIKTRIBCTloN i IN \l. DISCHARGE .. hen i.> given thai I 11,1 I li.-|H II llll.l I'. II %  I ,,.-• %  ii.n! :..n and Final Bisi;, ii i\ nl lit* • -MI.i i |i\\XA, .i• • %  ed and 'bat "" IH; % %  • May. IM4, in appl) i -able Count) .in.it.ol i |ui da, for approval ol .. .,.., : .ni.l t. r dlstl lb ii hii ,H inn r.\.. itrlx ..i ,,ii,, above-named dece. h ilas "' '•!'• II, I'".' MAH1R I' tNNA HXI-I iiinx I V\ lOBUMCH %  U \ 111!.Khll i.l" :. 1-8-1 j. T2 < Y( 'I TMF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE -M JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT IN AND OR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 5022 BIANCO; %  if, i 'ii: III \ XC<, Ian?. IMK III VNCi -• %  • "la) Vvi nue %  i, \. n York M:I: HEREBY notified thai %  %  :'. i i iivorce has been Bled i. ind you arc herebj i • %  ,1 i ..[.N ol > --Hi answei i ..MII.I i.in .,ii ih. Plaintiff*VKTMl'R W. KARI.ICK. Ii — iMl N.W. l lib Street, %  Ida, and file ihg original \ in the "in I the Klevi nth .hnii. lal i I Dad. fou ity, Klorlda on -• h da) "i June, I Ml, In i ivh %  • i •'! ilalnl a m i b) %  > "ii. I •:. .l!i da) "I Ma) r."l : L.EATHERMAN i '.: .' i II) '" I' COl'ELANI) MytHQ BY HENRY LEONARD "Me discriminatofy? Nonsense! I dislike ALL peoples equally." Cop'. 1964. Da.rj P'oduttion* J LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62709-B IX in: isiMi.. ..r i'.win run.i. IPS i i. NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE Or FLORIDA: TO A 1.1. PERSONS INTERKSTEIl IX Tin: ESTATE < >iSAID i M: %  i: DENT. Vou are hereb) notified thai .1 writt. n ni-i: urn. III purporting '" be 111 ..i can, h> id. action of paid Court in admitting -.ml will i" probate should not stand iii,r,-\ iiked. 1 RANK B. I H iwi.l.v ; County Judge 1: Ml n.1 C. Dick, Clerk Kir.-t publication , %  %  "' ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! %  knisl fhridfiaun solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarante* accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit 3-4695 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IT COURT. IITH JUDICIAL -IT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 401 • nwiA >x, %  • • HAVISOX, : M.t mi NOTICE BY PUBLICATION .1 1: I :i •• DAVISOX, I:. -1 • I'nhnown, I 111 J %  • I' t>. I |V "I • nlnl fill 1 .' .1 i'-i you 11 1 1..11. .ittorney, liEORUE NH'Hi U.AK, %  W lith tve Miami, I '.a and rlalnal wlih Clerh <>f ihi* Couri ...... 1 ... .... ..., 1 •Mi'iaini rt'l ed by you, I 'A'l II M !" 1 II 1 : VTHKRMAX f the 'n. .111 Court ill II) •• P I'lH'KI.AMI I'. |. ity ."lerk '. v-i". •-•:••• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW x .Ti.'i: is HKKKIIY OIVKX that ndi 1 nil 11. .1 dealt inn 1,. engage In imii, r the fletltloui name ..r l*TE CERAMICS at '.-no liav Suite TI 1. Miami Bi a< h. Ror%  .t. nda i" 1 %  m-i. : -.ii.l name wnii f the Circuit Cowl >.f Bade Florida !%  TISK K MAKX Sob Owner Hbert, Weiss *• l.)ona • for Applicant A : I ..ik-'.'r 8tl I ••' rlorlda : i-J*-2J LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .1: is 11 1:1:1:1 v .;i\ BS 'ii.' 11 ..in.. f ROY M. IS1.K \l' VR1 MKX I BI T •"• i' .,%  1 1 S'ortb Hay .,' %  .. 11 %  : 11 V M \ N I HA kill.' II %  < %  ]• A \\M > for lit at In : -. C.RCUiT COURT. IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4184 ii '.' I All IX BK.V NKTT. I'bi 1 11: \l;i. HKXXET I". I'. i'. n '.1 in NOTICE BY PUBLICATION V"l PR \i::, I.I.WI.TT. !:• -I 'I I'nk-n.v 11, Ifli .1 ;. %  -. .• 11 Clip) "f ". It ;• I*w. 1 I.. 1 • 'nniplalnl til. 'I .in., u-t 1 fi aittoi 11. >. tiRi 'W ;i. .\ 'ih >i. \s. (IS N W 12th \\.. Mian i-'i.i and glnal with Clerk .' thla Courl on nr before Juni -•'. IM1, otherwaw umpntlni ill U few .1 b) you. DATRI) Ma; 1, K 11 I.KA i'lli:i:\l AN ol ihi 1' cull '"itrl (seal) ilj 1' i11 1'KI.A.N 11 1 '• put) • '!• i-k 1-1 ".-L* _'-:'i LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COU.iTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 623 3-A IN i:i: i:-'.it. ..,' Ml 'l.l.llBISNRR NOTICE OF PROBATE TIII: sT \Ti: m %  11.. utm \ 11 \ 1. I RSn.VS iv I'RRI'.STRI • I S 11K SAIIl lR< BURNT Vou are hen .111 1 at a wilt• %  .. i„ Mi. .,%  I tef 1.mi. HI "i* aald .1. • 1. ti: I ., lie.-n admlted In i* 1 olia '< %  in 1,1 ll> col maiiUed 11 blN cul. n.l.ti monibM : -t pill.II. .It."I .1' t hi notice .1 :>|,> in 111 -. 1 can. wh) 1 1..11 %  -.ml w ill i" .11. >ii. buuld 111 till r\ 1.11 -1 p 1.11. itlon of ilns notice on < t b d.iy of May 1 14, \\ I' B1.\XTHX, On int) .1 i.l %  • %  il 1 1 H-torfli id, 1 R\ IX11 'VI',::. I.AW i IKFICUS ne) • \: 1 lull" % %  111'I K".i I Ida '. • is-: \ NOTICE UNDER r iCTITIOUS NAME LAW l'"K IS IlKUKHY OIVKX thai "••il. dealrlns to encase In the rictltloua name* VVeddlna Ci nti 1 The Wedding Miami, Tii. Wedding Canil Oublea; The Wedding 1 • I.. The Wedding Cen%  • Mi.nr.: .11 ::.;i4 Coral N ami, Kioi Ida inti ndi I II. v> itli the 1 of U 1. county, ri" Ida %  \N ii:i:i:i'ii:i.n • iw :.. 1 .' %  H-l Fl 1. w II NOTICE UNDER C TITIOUS NAME LAW HI 1:1.1. v tJIVBN that %  I deairlng to ngagr 111 Ih. flctll 1a name ol N 1 >l-.i;\ ic.. Ill Rj x,' Nl I Ii Mi 111 Hi ,1, I, to • 111 .1 I lerk of 11 Clrcu %  Kl Ida J"HN 1Ki:i:. ;\.\ Kole .v. 1,. I Ml llox .. Florida ,/8-| rif T N0T| CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW '•in l:l'IV OIVEN thai "• "Irlng 1 irage In %  '• VN WINDOW COMPANY .it v ... 1/8-I la ii. "!"'" ''"""• "1.1. I.-, ka, %  aid n ;• '. • k -I ii,.. ,,, .,, ,'.,', ii.i.i. ... !;''!• ,: XBRPi'ARJj km an Window Co NOTICE UNDER 'CTITIOUS NAME LAW il !R1 IIY OIVKN 'i im m nga 1 Hi. n Itloua name of B. %  n. i..|. Intenda • with ih. Clerk %  MIII ..f Bade County. KMH. IN.' J'fRN uwornoa v,V %  • %  %  1 %  Road h, l-i | a i, it-ss>n, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 62907-C IN RE Batata -f SARAH I. Ill il'P:iK ll,. .,-, 'I NOTICE TO CREDITORS ro All Credltora and All Peraona Having Clalma or Deraanda Agalnat Said 1.,-t.n. ^ 1 are herebj notified and required i" preaenl any lalnia and demand! a bl. h "ii may hat Hi. eatate of SARAH I. ROl'KIK deceased In. "f l>ad. County, Klorlda, I., iii. County Jjdg' I Bade County, and liltIn. -.in., in %  : ;;-!,. .11, .in.l ,ii-i"\ 1 11.1 in H> t lorlda St.itu:.-. in theli ..iti. .;n 1I1,. County Courthouse in Bade County, Worlds, wllhln -i\ ..ii. 1HI..1 months from lb. time "I ih.in-: publication hereof, or the -.11-" .. '! l-.tr: .--I Bated ..1 Ml .11.1. 1 "kil Ida, Ulla -'' 'I \|.II:. M |4. BcIRXARB 11 IK H'KIK Aa Kx. SAMCRL s SMITH Altoi iii ) 1 %  :. \. .". i.i!,. ...ii Road Miami 1 •• .11. 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 64C SI77 URKTKIOK 1: M-. II 11 ','S 1 .. \ PAI I. S,.il'i:\l INN, ni SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO P Ml. Si:il'l'.M \NN PI. kmh ,\i in11 I D Ka • ilal Sun • 1 \. .-. fork City. New fork You l'..ill K .-. lib :. ,.:.li -1. notified thai .. Bid ol mnpla 111 von • ii.' % %  %  11 filed agalnal \ou, %  11 %  .. "i-> ..f \ inn \ naa • 1 Pleading to ih. BUI of %  omplalnl the plalntlfl atu-rneya, Mli..:--. HR1MAX • KA1LAN. 1 ifl .-\\ lal %  -'•!• • t. M -1111 \11-w 1 idlng in ihi e Clerk .1 %  ne Lourl befoi.the ^l)l da] Il you i-.il i" %  I.. -,.. fcidsnu in by default tak. n .taainst you raliel d. 1 Mi 1 .-ii. in III I IX BONK AND 1 al Miami, 1 \ 1 >. 1 11 I.KATII 1.1. MAN • B) \' .. %  %  Mi Deputy %  MYERS, Hi .1 AN & K .rl.AN 1150 B.M I-' >. 1. t I Ati. rm b's: NOTICE BY PUBL CATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Nl 64C 4717 1: \ %  MONIJ :.l.u is u II.I.I.-.-. I'laiiiilll \.-. 1" 'Mull..I.KI: WILLIS, Baft adant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: BOLORKM L.RK U ll.Li.s .'ll 1 11.1 berl Btreet Ilallimoi %  Mar) land You, BOLORKS LEK WILLIS, ure hereby notified ili.it .. Kill at I'-.IU; plaint for Divorce bus be. n, filed ..^.iin-i you, and you are requsred to aerve .1 copj ..f .in Anawei or I'l.a.lIng t" IUIBUI of Complaint on Ue Plalntlfl atvi my, PAUL KW1TNKT, .-" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach It, • i-'i.iii.i.i and i'ii.the i-riKiiiai Answer "i Pleading/In ihe office "i the 1 .• 1 k I of the .'ir.'in Court on or before the .2nd day 01 June, U)<4, if you fall to .1" eo, ) 'imn.-ni by default will be tak. 11 againsi % %  ..t for ibe relief .1.iii.inii.il in tn. Bill "I Complaint. This notlt. shall be published once I •.., ii w •. i. foi foul consecutive iv. • Ka in TIII: IKWISH I'I.I.KIHIAN. 1MI\I: AM' 1 %  1:1i-jit 1:1. .ii Miami, I Horldii, Ihia 28th ua) "l April, -V.U. I9M, S 1: I.i: A III 1KM AN, Clerk, lit, I '..'i. County. i-"" 1 %  I.I -ni) ll): 1, SM:I.;III:N. Beput) Clerk PAUL KWITNBY, Esq. II. Ill,,ln Roil.l Miami Beach 39, FI01 Ida All..in. \ f"i I'l.i '. : 1 1 N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60706-C N RK Batnt. ul .: SOSKIN NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE N'oTICK I given thai I have tn. ,1 1.1 > i-iii.ii Report and Petition %  .1 I i-ti il.iiti"ti and Kinal 1 'i-i -li.n ii.IdmlnNn il 1 "t tn. .-1.1 1 It. SoSKlN, .i>%  ised and thai "ii the 1 .'li da; "' h "" l '"''%  '" appl) 10 the 11 inorable County Judset 1 OOPU 1 • da t"'. i|.pro\al I 1,:.., i:. poi 1 and ("i .lisii-i1111I final -ii-harae VdmlnIstratoi o| the al %  dee. 'I nl This l-'lli day "I Ma) i'"'i JOSH RKPHCX All.llllilMI.it"!' II .-|i RBPHIN lltorni %  '.< \\ .. \ \. Hi 11. 1 loi Ida i/15-2: NOTICE UNDER FiCT.TIOJS NAME LAW IS HER BUY OIVKX lhal the un< %  ins to >-i". %  fictitious n I \i 1 si 1 iM.11 :s .,1 \-: .1 \ I-: -. i. So Miami II..., 11 i< 1 -.11,1 TI.I me a Ith the nit .'..in 1 .1 Bade 1 %  .1 PYft BARKER SI I'l'U CO., IX. .. li-22-i 1 I %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 13102 IN RK: Eatale ..f Wll.l.ll" C.uiK (WILLIE C.) IW C.) IM.I.IS. I '.'. .IS, il. NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL CREBITORS \NI> W.I I'KRSO.NS HAVlXtl CLAIMS OR lEMAN'liS AGAINST SAIL BSTATE: You are hereby notified and required i" preaenl any i..nnand d. iiian.l-. which "ii ma) hav. aanfnsl ih. estate of WILLIE Ci K)K (WILLIE .' 1 IW.C.I Kl.l.lS. ,1, .1-1 i I..1. ,.f Cumbei land Count), X. %  i.i 1. I,, the 1 "..'.inn Judg. %  •! I "!• i'..ii'it>. and file the anme in dui'll1. nd .1i'i %  i.l.-" HI S. %  t "!' I l"i Ida Still ites, in theli office* 1I1. "• .11 TI • \ 1 '"in-ill.,11-. In I'nil. .'. anty, l-'l'.t I.I.I. within a \ calendar month* fi .111 1 he lime ••! Ihe fit-1 |.iibl li. 1. nf, or ill -.mi. u 111 be 1...1 red BAT Ell il Miami I '.• %  lint) i'.. da 1 Ih dii) of Ma) A IV, "...I \l \l: I. HUB DAVIS 1:1.1.1s 1Vncillj 1 tditiln Kirn Mi S VNPORII \l ,-U i:i:l 'I. IN" %  Vaelil 1 l,|l nl tiii* '.--'I1 nl %  •' %  1 NOTICE BY PUBL CATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERC No. 64C al9J 11I.A SHIPP, Plaintiff, \ Kl >l 'II-" l.i:i: SHUT. I %  I. ILI.III! aul 1 FOR DIVORCE l'. • 1:1 'I >n: LEE sini'l' Ilal B 15th Sl;,.I I^ong 1 leach, fnllfom .' Yo 1. K.i.ii. 1 ..-.Shipp, ..r. li. 1 %  b) notified thai n Bill ol .' iilalnl for Divorce has been tiled ,1.-. v.'.i. and you are required t>> nerve a ciit) of your Answer or I'leading to ihe Kill of Complaint on the I'lain I fl attorn. !. Alnsl..1:. Kei die, Suite ."_ .' ,. .'.:i., .-. *\ I.. ... ..11. I. ...I Coral Oables, Florida 13131 and file ih.original Answer or Pleading In iii. "i ii. • .a ihi 1 'i. 11. "i ih. ."ii' ni COUli "11 "I b< !"! %  • I lie "'-ll mil "I June, ii'oi. it you fall t.. do so. Judgment by il. 1.1.ill w.il 1.. iHhtii a„.i.i..-i \. 1"! I '1..IMIII I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .\. iTICE IS HEREBY OI> EX thai hi undersigned d. Hiring 1 bUI lie llll.l. %  -. till 1 %  ill:... %  SI Hl-sil >K li i.l-' >i:i:\ ICE STATI. ..\ ..t 8401 11. 11 dins \\. >-11 faide, 1 "i.i.. Intends t • •'-.-:.! %  said 11 with 1'.. Clerk of the I %  I 1 •.!'.. Count) i-'i •Ida, \\ AL 1:1: MCKOKF • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS UBRKBY OIVEN thai the iin.l. 1 nlgne 1 desiring to • ngas< 11. -ini.i, j 1 h. 11 name I il i\ 1 M \l: i' al '. %  %  sI .1. 1 .il il gliway, K. II.I.I I, iii mi.-miI.. ild 1:.in".ih the Clerk of Circuit .'..nit "f l'a. I.i',.iiiit\. Florida i' ill I' VDE GROCERY IX>RP. MARA IN 1 w E1XKR \;t 1) l.-i \i-l.li. .111! tlnsle) Bldg ". :. %  -: % %  t '. II IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6308 (Judge Clark) LN BE: Ratal "f H IHX BRESKACS a k a JOHN BREXCAS I i.-eea-.-.l. NOTICE TO CREDITORS -To All Creditors and All PeEBons Hi ins rianii.. "i 11. iii.in.i.Asalnsl .-. i:-i.n. yiftu ne hereby notified and 1 quired i" II. .in any claim* and tl 111.mils which VI.II may have agail the ,-sLat. of JOHN BRBNKACSi k J. nix' l:i:i:.M 'AS dei eased lati 1....i, 1 "iiniN Klorlda, i" the < oui iiuit.s of 1' >''•• County, and flic 1 11 duplic It" anil as l"'"-. I"led Section 733 16, Florida Statutes, tbeli -1.. • in niCounty 1 'ourthou in Bade County, Florida, within > ..il. ii'lai month* from Ihi time the flrsl publi. at ion hereof, or ivlll be bn -i 1 'ni. .I ,,t Miami, Florida, I da nf Am II, A.n r.o'.i \1 VLCOLM II I'KIKI'M \N Vs Admlnisti a l-"r 1 ..ti"ii "f 11 1 I \l VLCl 'l M I RIEDMAN, Attorney 243 S. %  .' ii %  Tr 1-1 Bldg. '. 8 -1 ."1 IN THE IOUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 61675-A Hon W. F. Blanton IX RK Bstat. I.l". Ml .'ll VSEMAN, 1 .,.1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All nd All Pi I 1114 Claims "i Demandn Against s 1.%  .'-. You .1 %  her. '" %  notified and 1 quired to lafms anv d man.1.which you ma) have the '.' %  : 1.1: \n .'ii \SI:M W ,1 .1,. 1 %  '.1. Count) FI011. j udgai t 1 .."I.Cou : i %  e -,i ,ne 111 ,lu|.li.aie a,u 4s provided n Section 7.1S I <:. l-lorl Stntutes, in their offices In the OBu 'v Courthouse in Dade County, TU :'i.. wlthltt .-i\ calendar months fc th. tim. ol 1 he t rt I publlcal Ion li.-i of, "i t he -a me w ill lie bSQ .-'I Dated RI Ntlnml, Florida, thla -' \ %  il. \ 1'. IMi, JollX ll. I'llll.;. Administrator \ 1. Bldg. Miami, Els 33138: Hi ::T:i--.-".4 J. IHN II Mill.;. Baq Administral 1102 Ainsle) Bldg., Miami, Fla. s-15-.. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62913 A IN in: Estate .f SOPHIA MIl.LiiK. 11, ,-. ISI 'I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All %  Itoi and All Persona Ha in;: .'"lain!"T 1 'einanilr Airainst Si. Bstat. You .! %  hereby notified and t quired lo present an> claims and d. man.1w hi, ii v HI ma) have again Hi. -1 .1. .,; s. .i'lllA MILLER, dl ,..,-• 'i lat. ..f 11 "i. 1 • niii \. Florid 1.1 tin County .I'nii;. "• Dade Cow 1 \ ana III the sun,, m duplicate a! rovided in Section 73S.lt, Florid ites, 'ii lb 1 offices in the Coufl t\ 11 ili'.n.-i ni Bade County, Floi Ida, ivlthln lx 1 alt ndar monttia I the lime of tinliist iniiiii, ati'.n her. ..I*. ,.iih. name will be barred Dated M nni. Florida, lln.i 16 da) %  v I'. A.H i'"l. SEYMl 'IK M MILLER 1:1. U AKI .1 Mll.l.KK \Rx. 1 ni1.-I Estate nf Sophia \l :'lel I 'e'-e.l-e.l liubllcallor 1 f ihi* n,.tice 1 t ••< 1 l. da) ol \, 1 MY1 RS HEIM \N ft KAPLAN B) 1. -..ll. 1 nan Attoi %  s \\ i-'i. al reel M 4 21. S/l-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKREBY GIVEN Ihi t be H11.1-; 1-1-ii• 1. .i. -II int t" am i.i.-in..-niiii. the fictitious nan "I ME1UCI SHOE CORP. al -"'I'-' \v -•' Street ; I ah ah Inti nds to 1 eg 1st. 1 -ii" 11.mi. a Ith i lie Clerk of. ih i'ii-. mi 1 -..ni of i>...i. County, .'I'-ii'i CARIRBK > N slim: CORP A New Y. it k Corp. Anil" I. .1 •" .I" I '.ii-. a. sin VI ,l:\ IN I u BINER At torn, y \ itpiicant U Ainsli Bldg. : %  18-25 29, ti Miami Seal, Certificate & Stamp Co. INC. Corporation Supplies — Rubber Stamps LEGAL FORMS 936 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida FR 3-6327



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vmmm Faqe 8-A -JmlstntrMtor' Friday. May 22 \<£\ 5ij~fDRWairt Trusteeship for Palestine? Continued from Pago '"* ing leaned tow.rd wider use of the idea of trusteeship for Palestine, making Paleft.ne a real Holy Land for all rat**"". with a Jew. a Christ.an and a Moslem as the three responsible trustees. He said he '"''' ed '' might be difficult to get the agreement of the Jews to such a plan but. if the Moslems and the Christians of the world agreed, he hoped the Jews could also be persuaded." -ielpinq the Navy celebrate Armed Forces Week in Dcide ££ ? >s Mover'Charles "Chuck" Kail shown he.e cutting he decorated cake with his own Navy sword. InscnpUon on he cake was "Navy K.ckoH for Armed Forces Week. Dade County Florida." Event took place before officers and men ^f theNaval Reserve Surface Division. MS ere berg, and Mara Beth daughter raeented b^ Irv>n S Jacob>or.. Reoi Mr and Mrs M.chae WeatO*. _,ous School principal Clas> members presented Conftrmand> erv Karen, daughagogue flas for the pulpit I-T of Mr. and Mrs Edward Auercongregation The documents show that tinMate Department, during 1943. lost no time in trying to watei down the idea o. equal rev lation on a possible Palestine trusteeship for Jews. Mt* and Christians A memorandum done a feu eek> after the H k.ns meeting vwth Roosevelt, written by the State IV; chief of the Division of V .,: I -' era fcffairs. Mr Merriam. spelled out the kind of Jewish repre>er. tation he had m mind I nder the Merriam formula, membership in the trusteeship body wouUi been based on the number h,\or> in the three r Christian. Jewish and Moslemthroughout the world The Merriam memorandum -' ed Considering there are in the world some 585.(XX> • 10 000 Moslemand If jews the body might havt bership I sis consisting Christians o Moslems ,u-„ u it is desired to reflect the number of communicants more accurately, the body coul %  • sist of six Christians two Moslems and one Jew To make sure that Jews only minimal representation, the Merriam' plan proposed further that the tingle Jewish member be "rotaU 'hat this Jew would •represent Zionist-, non Z and anti-Zionists at the momor the foregoing appears ihe major attitudes <" v ard Palestine." The Hoskins memorandum alt0 stated that it was .mooss.ble to obtain agreement on the Palestine problem between Saud. Arabia's King Saud and Or. Chain, Weiimann. then pres.dent of fne World Zionist Orgamiation. The reason was. according to Hoskins, that King Saud had been offended by an alleged Weiimann offer of a "br.be of 25 0C0 000 pounds sterling. Another document in the volume .ndicated that King Saud had kept silent when the alle 3 ed • bribe" offer was made. reflocl,. picture in a report to Present lewry to I Roosevelt. Gen. Hurley h,,d re .' ported that "among the Arabs, there is little or no anti-Jewigi sentiment as we Qtdinaril) ur the term, nor is there serious op. po-ition to the concept of ,* J,.. ish national home" Bernard Berman Running Strong No .... King Saud oppos tl meeting Dr Wcizmann or ent with /•'<>" State I-e ...... but he also in id abo insis ..: from Palestine ol Jcws who had legally immi lo thai land during the However, th, book indicates • emissarj ..., ,. idle Easl Gen Patrick ate. a different Graduates Will Be Honored Fri. Hebri 164. to be I t the I lay evening -> r v.,-. %  Mr. and MrMar ,ii Levin; Karen, i ler ol Mr nour Schulner; Gail, I Mi Mrs Se> Simon students have completed years of Hebrew instruction will receive certificate! Rabbi Mordecei Podel and Can tor Gordon Richards will officiate Bernard Berman, prominent attorney anal North Miami Beach Council man who served as Special Assistant Attorney General has gained the ei dorsement of every major labor or ganiiotion in his bid for the State Legislature in Croup 2. Berman is a member of Ihe Floride league of Municipalities and a Viet President and Director of the Tri County Governmental league. He pledges to fight for fair •<> resentation and to stop a sales Hi on food and medicine. Berman hoi also pledged to fight for lewtf outi insurance rotes and for an increou in workman's compensation benefits. Berman is a member of the Shrine Moose, American legion. J.W.V. Knights of Pythias and the Civil Service Defense Council. VOTE fo Bernard Berman STATl lEGISUTUtf GROUP ? Pull Lever 2 ELECT ROBERT L SHEVIN Your State Representative GROUP 1 LEVER 4A County-Wide Vote Shevin Serves His Community • MEMBER, BETH DAVID CONGREGATION • LEGAL COUNSEL, DADE LEGISLATIVE DELEGATION • CHAIRMAN, MIAMI ECONOMIC ADVISORY BOARD • MEMBER, BNAI B'RITH • BANK DIRECTOR • FORMER SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER BETH DAVID • ACTIVE IN GOVERNMENT RESEARCH COUNCIL • JEWISH WELFARE AND CHILDREN'S SERVICE S, 't e P -9rom 8 s Won ^dorsemetir Fr "> More "papers ond ? p 9nao„ s c Thon AY Of ner !" £ *IAMI NEWS TONALLY BND ORSE D S /0 TIZINS ^Sr r OPPOSING DAVID ELDREDGE ELECT ROBERT L. SHEVIN ... A RESPONSIBLE REPRESENTATIVE PULL LEVER 4-M



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Friday, May 22. 1964 *J(e?*/*f llrridirin Page 3-B Reelected to second terms as officers are (left to riqht) Joseph I.iedman. president of Temple Adath Yeshurun, Mrs. Ira Levin, president of the Sisterhod; and Joseph Fields, president of the Men's Club. Installation will be Friday evening durinq Saboath services, with Rabbi Jonah Caplan officiating. Open nouse in honor of new officers will be Saturday night at the pie. Yeshurun Will [Install Officers Jonah E. Caplan will inLull the officers of Tom pie Adath |Vi -hunin. Sisterhood and Men's luriny late services on Frilaj evening. Commissioner Alex • Gordon will be guest speaker. antor Maurice Neu will chant |*bf liturgy, Presidents Joseph Liedman, |MiIra Lavin and Joseph Fields lerve a second term in the I' .relation, Sisterhood and I Mi n s Club, and Sam Ratner and ha Ik have been elected chair']•'. and associate chairman of *!:• isoard of Directors. VII officers will be honored at temple "Open House" on Saturday Sisterhood will present a kit. "Around the World with Sisterhood," and refreshments will be rved. Community Psychiatry Community Psychiatry w a s the theme of the Dade County Child Guidance Clinic Association's annual meting held Wednesday noon at the Dupont Plaza Hotel Dr. John Caldwell. psychiatrist, chairman of the Department of Psychiatry, University of Miami School of Medicine, was guest speaker. Academy PTA Projects Plans Maj ir change In promoting the Hi brew Academy ol Greater Miami as a community project were advanced by Mrs. Samuel Rosner, newly-elected president ol the Academy's Parent-Teacher Association. Mrs. Rosner, who was elected for a second term at a special meeting Of the school's ITA held Wednesday evening at the Academy, said plans were being formulated to project the school to the community through a series 0( book reviews, open torums, and adult education uasses. \lr> Rosner based her talk on the school, 136445 I'TA theme. "The Hebrew Academy a major educational lorce in the community." She added that "open forurns will feature representatives from the local service, religious .mil philanthropic organizations." Other features of the PTA meeting as the annual oratorial contest and presentation of certificates in Science Fair Award winner. Judges of the oratorical contest were Ernest Barrish, Mis Alexander Kogan, and Mrs. Hillard llalpyrn. Other officers elected to serve were vice presidents. Mesdames Sam Shapiro. Zvi Herger. Harry Rosenberg, Morris Waldman, Lillian Meyer. Jerry Wittels. Albert Cohen. Sherwin Levme; Leo Rein MRS. SAMUtl ROSNIH hard, recording secretary; Kaph ael Sinuk. corresponding secretary; Sam Farber, social secretary; Milton Ehrenreich. treasurer; Shmaryahu Swirsky, chaplain; Maurice Kellner. historian; Mrs Harold Reinhard. parliamentarian. Installation of officers will be held in the fall. Marcus JWVA To Hear Talk An open —ee l inj o the Col via* Marcus Auxiliary 746, Jewish War Veterans of the United si iti will be held on Thursday, Maj In the library of Ccngre ation B'nai Raphael." 1401 N'W 183rc! SI Mrs. Al Richman. president oJ the Auxiliary, has announced that plans lor future social (unctions will be formulated at a short bullies* meeting. Program for the evening will feature a talk by Dr. J. Milton on "Practical Child Spacing Dr Milton is associated with the Florida State Board ol Health as an obstetrical consultant. A question and answer period will follow his report Dora Stein Plans Meeting Tuesday Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center will meet Tuesdaj evening at the Center Members who have participated in the Tor.ih fund will be honored. Program will also include a Strawberry Festival. The Torah Fund is a combined campaign with the Mathtlde Sihechter Residence Hall of the National Women's League. Chairman of the Tuesday meeting will be Mrs Estelle Lazaru.-. I feel like j a bride get a WEDDING WHITE" WASH every time! Breath of Life Chapter to Install Officers Tuesday Installation luncheon of the Breath of Life Chapter will be held Tuesday. 11 am, at West brook Country Club. Mrs Irving Miller will induct the following officers who will serve for 1964-65: President, Mrs. Marvin Sokolow; executive vice president. Mrs Samuel OStrOWtky; vice presidents. Mrs. Robert Purish, Mrs. Ernest Niul.'ld. Mrs Jerry Parnes. Mrs Jerome Lundy; secretaries, Mrs. Harold Kufeld. Mrs. Lawrence Scherr. Mrs. Murray Marcus, Mrs. Herman Alexander; treasurer, Mrs Lloyd Gardner; auditor. Mrs. Leo Braverman. Chairman of the luncheon is Mrs Sam Kratisb. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Ernest Neufeld and Mrs. Jerome Lundy. Mrs Sokolow will be serving lor a third term as president. Pastrami? We've been told: "For this you should get a medal!" m FAB WITH I P URABRJTE ...the intensified whitener Ves, your wash can be wedding white—not just almost Whltel New Fab lifts out the yellow an(> Bray tinge. Then washes in a pure, pure white — wedding white —in a way old fashioned detergents never could. Try it and see! KOSHER PARVE PRODUCT OF COLGATE PALMOLIVE Nothing goes with a good meal like TetleyTea! Because Tetley is bright and l.i acme as the finest, tastiest lea should be-a favorite in Jewish homes since 1837. BULK, BAGS AND INSTANT TETLEYl Why? Because we took two traditional 'favorites: egg and onion and combined them into the most tantalizing new matzo cracker you ever tasted! Try it—delight your family — who knows, they may award you a medal! Produced under strict Rabbinical supervision egg nonion •.<•>,• V ^ANISCHEWTTO '€ %  : K on the package means Kosher. Certihel Kosher ana Pd.ve Dj Rabbi Jacob Cohen Manischewitz



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iday. May 22. 1964 MemflfA FloridHri Page 7-B ... &^fbotft J^coplc and ji laces I REMEMBER ... I REMEMBER i remember Kenneth Traister when he was adorable youngster, with the tame engaging nil as lie has now. at <>ur own Jere'a tenth birthda) party. Kenny alwaya liked to draw. He Has an artist before he was an architect. Last week, his first one-man show opened at the Mirel Gallery with the pop of champagne. His wife, Hclyne, in a long off-white brocaded gown greeted the guests at the door. Diane and Leonard Trelster were in charge of the guest book. Heiyne's mother. Mrs. Simon Bressler. Hew in in.in Atlanta for the show, and Kenny's mother. Mrs Arthur Trelster, left the day after the opening l"i" a cruise on the Corona. Among those enchanted by Kenneth's pictures, as well as his sculpture, were Greta and Victor Tatelman. Mildred and Joe Arkin, Rita and Mel Morris. Cecily and Gerald Kateher. Mrs. Sue Stevens. Diane and Eddie Ei.-enberg. Natalie and Melvyn Frumkes, Sandy and Jules Arkin. Jean and Peter Wolf. Rose and Ted Firestone, Donna and David Kenin, and June and Stewart Jacobs. -* • DINNER AT EIGHT-THIRTY B> the time everyone had put their children to bed. the dinner party at the home of Dr. and Mrs Maeey ll. Keyes got oif to a late but elegant start Barbara did her own cooking. .iint she has a recipe for a new hors d'oeuvre dip that made a hit. Among the guests were Dr and Mrs. Richard J Helfman, Dr. and Mrs Alan Cohen and Dr and Mrs Alfred Viener. THE PEARLS OF APHA EPSILON PHI Grace, the underslung basset hound at Rosemarie i Mrs. Stanley) Roth's house, didn't wear a sorority pin, but all the rest of the girls did who came to -ee Barbara (Mrs. Harold) Katzen installed as president of Alpha Bpsilon Phi. How those sorors could talk! Among tho'-e present were Nancy (Mrs. James) Orovitz. I'hyliss (Mrs. Harvey Miller. Janiee (Mrs. Barry) Barson. Mikki i Mrs Morris) Futernick. Roz (Mrs. Howard' Hirsch. and Helen (Mrs Rudolph) Singer. AT HER DAUGHTER'S HOUSE Mrs. Naomi Silverman entertained thirty of her friends at luncheon at the home of her daughter, Harriet (Mrs. Laurence) Singer. It was a 'fun" get-together of folks who hadn't seen each other for a while. One of the topics of conversation was the Singer house, a 37-yarold home they moved into a year ago and rebuilt from the ground up. Among guests were Marlene (Mrs. Richard) Stone, Belle (Mrs. Ike) Levin. Mrs. William Solomon, Mrs. Minnie Planick. Mrs Aaron Kanner and Ida (Mis. William Singer FRANCES LEHMAN ICCJ Women Will Offer Annual Service Program Mrs Aaron Farr. prominent ubwoman, will preside at the \tli annual program clinic on liutsday, May 28. at Jordan Harsh Auditorium, from 10 a.m. 12 noon, The annual community service gram isponsored by the WornDivision of the National Conduce of Christians and Jews, me 175 to 200 club presidents lid program chairmen are exited to attend the event. The ran theme is "You and Youth %  I d Good Will." Keynote speaker and chief dis-inn leader will be Dr. .lames Kagan, a national vice president of the NCCJ and leader in the development of national and regional programs on "Rearing Children of Good Will." He will come to Miami direct from the National I'TA Convention in Chicago, where he has been invited to work as a consultant in parent education. With Dr. Eag.m. the following panel will take part in the program: Bert Kleiman. assistant principal. Booker T. Washington High School, who will talk about the cultural enrichment program lor school children in Dade County. John M Jenkins. principaldesignate of the new Miami Springs High School, now assistant principal of world famed Melbourne High School, who will speak on the impact of non graded education. Dr John Hall Jones, psychologist, who will discuss parent-child relationships and their effect on the attitudes of good will. 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v May 22, 1964 +Jwisi) Florid/ten Page 5-B Esther Hillman accepts the gavel of presidency of Beth b Congregation Sisterhood from Rabbi Tibor Stern. Beth Jacob Women Elect Mrs. Hillman Esther Hillman accepted ivcl <>f the presidency of the Jacob Sisterhood from outpresident, Mrs. Max Thurs it recent ceremonies here. ibi Tilwr H. Stern, spiritual •r oi Congregation Beth Jacob, the installing officer at the %  %  %  r held in the Walburne !' • with Mrs. Louis Baida. honj president, serving as chair of the evening or officers installed included 'ames Morris B. Frank. SamKaplan and Jack Griefinger. presidents; Fannie Perlstein. -urer; Harry Stempel. record cretan ; Alfred Laufrouben. i p.Muling secretary; Ann it/, membership chairman; Goldstein, social lecretary; II Stern, chaplain; Mary baum, entertainment chairAnn Schuster, publicity; %  Velinsky, financial wereand Jack Lee. membership 'airman. Hillman is executive -cere mgregation Beth Jacob iti secret an of Rabbi %  f South Mrkan D**W Widow DESIRES POSITION i '! i >rl Jewish hcm os LADY ON W 'on' other similar W'=lTS P.ix 2973, Miami, Fla. 33101 Chicago Club Reception Chicago Club will hold a dinner party and reception at the Deauville Hotel in the Napoleon Room on Sunday starting at 6. p.m. Over 200 guests are expected, according to Harry Caplan. arrangements chairman. Beach Chapter Plans Donor Reward Luncheon Mrs Mortimer Jacubson, national treasurer of Hadassah. will be guest speaker at the annual Miami Beach Chapter donor reivard luncheon at the Deauvilie Hotel on Monday noon. Mrs. Nat Barth. chapter president for the second year, said Mrs. Jacobson will present the latest Hadassah "story," having just returned from a conference held .n the Near Fast, including M nun. as well as Poland. Czechoslovakia and Marseilles, France, to study immigration problems at first hand Mrs, Jai obson is a member ol the Hadassah delegation to the Actions Committee which meets annually in Israel Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, donor chairman of the day. announces i record attendance of some 1.000 women is expected, who will be recognized for their efforts in raising the quota necessary to early out Hadassah's responsibilities in Israel. Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, program chairman, has arranged a musical program commemorating Israel's 16th anniversary, which will include Joyce Farber and Victor Marchesi. with Olga Bibor Stern at the piano Invocation will be given by Mrs. n 373.2493 Crl V Kttao K COPIES BY ZEROX < i rograpiiic Copy Center WHAT IS IT? OUICK COPIES i CinQress Bldg. NE 2nd AVE Mi.mi • • A**AAAAAAAAA**.*A4MfcA^ T,panion for Elderly Lady mq with her children-sleepin -er home-ideal for lady socking fine friendly home. Wl 7 6615 i 0W OPEN Phone JE 8-9665 THE ORIGINAL J BRASS RAIL & BAR INC. N Collmi Av. MB (Opp MB Dog < forvjftfji 6raMait, lunch. Din< P CM lower than Cafeteria*, i I I. *l.u\j Competent, understanding, effective caie for convalescent and chronically ill patients aimed always at maximum self care Sit in Comfort < the most important nursing ingredient: &f TENDER LOVING CARE For Budget Rate Card and brochure Can Hour** YU rosso mmi s*s-i53t NURSING HOME ULl 1W0 K. 35th'MfWDmiod. Joseph Klelwen. UJ.Hr lAd mwntralot Miami Pianist, Lovely Deb, Wins Competition Michele Levin, composer-pianist, has won the International -Bach Competition hold recently in WashIngton, D.C. First priz" includes S500 and a recital in Washington to be given by 19-year-Old Michele n;xt fall. Over 30 musicians from Europe and the US. participated in the ompetitii i Youngest student who ever received a double degree in piano and composition from Curtis Institute when she graduated in UMi.'i. !H tin I • inow working toward a IMS Master's degree at | the Philadelphia School Curtis tudents are accepted on i schol >nlj The gifted p anisl is tl %  d ol Dr, and Mi s Herbi rt Le\ in i --,\ i |th i and niece "f Mrs. Hi < I i She I • • the | Debutante Ball by her parents last De


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Friday. May 22. 1964 *ifmM) nrrldf/cur Paqe 9-A At a tri-installation of officers of Temple Or Olom. as well as its irotherhod and Sisterhood. Jerome Himmeliarb. outgoing ;iei.dent. turns over the gavel of his office lo Samuel Putternew president. Scbulro.au will lu' the new ... director of the Anti-Detion League of B'nal B'rith. ictl Roth, chairman of the Be ;iooal Hoard of the AIM. announced the appointment hulma!) on Wednesday. Sihi iman succeeds Nate Perlmutler, v ho ha* resigned to accept directorship of the New York •n nt the League Schulman is currtntly serving as director of thSouthcentril Regional office of the Anti-Defamarion Leagua of B'nai B'rith. In this capacity, ho has worked %  vi'r many community organic zations in Arkansas, Louisiana a ltd* mississ ippf. Schulman has served as a contultant to the National Council of Churchei and the U.S. Air Force He received the AB degree in sociology from the University of"" Delaware, and has done advanced v.nrk and taught at both the I'm wrsi of North Carolina and the I n. M rstij of Hawaii. ilman served with the Unitstates Army, and he has tra> (In xtensively throughout the l s and abroad, having been •nl the world once and in Euice ID-::IN SCHULMAN filer eth Israel Meeting meeting of Congregation th Israel and Sisterh'jod is %  latcd for Monday, 8 p.m., in the Social Hall. Federation Annual Meeting Sunday Continued from Pago I-A %  m had beer, recommended for Federation officers for 1964-1965: Honorary president. Samuel N. Frledland; president. Sidney LetCOUTt; vice president. Judge Irving Cypen, David S Kleeman, Leon Kaplan. Dr Irving Lehrman arid Joseph .\I Lipton; treasurer. Ernett Janis; associate treasurer, Leonard Avbess; secretary. David P. Catsman; associate secretary, liiirtun I!. Goldsein, Trustees. Sam Blank, chairman, lien Blum. Leo A. Chaikin, Sam A. Goldstein. Samuel Kipnis, Baron de Hirsch Meyer. A J. Molasky. Joseph at. Hose. Harry Sirkin. .Mrs Samuel Simonhoff and Mrs. Carl Weinklc. Past president. Sam Blank. A. ,i Harris, Sam J. Heiman. Howard Kane. Aaron II, Kanner. StanIt y c Myers, Max Orovitz, Dan B. Ruskin. Jacob Sher. William D Singer, and Carl Weinkle. Judge Cypen said that "because the evening will be a festive occasion, the presence of a guest speaker will not be in keeping v. ith the tone of the occasion. "We have made every effort to limit our program to presentation ol awards to campaign leaders and workers and to the installation of the charter members of the Golden and Silver Menorah Clubs." he explained .. Irwin Schulman Named New Director Of Florida Anti-Defamation League Presidents Feted At Council Meet New i'ii lenta of the member in.its nt the B'nal B'rith Council ot South Florida were honi.ied at a Council meeting Thursday night, 8 p.m.. at the DiLido • Eli Hurwitx, new president of the council, which includes all ledges in Dade and Broward i ounties, issued the call for the organizational session. r % %  '. HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS? Yes, speedily — at low bank rates. DETAILS WITHOUT OBLIGATION? ^-^ Installment Loan Department open 'til 3:30. Monday thru Friday. H Certainly! What's more you don't have to be a bank customer to qualify. *ar* Fraa For Ont Hour CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI r FMKCII Mn,..|,lowi Bk 117 N E. 1ST AVE FR 1-9641 Memoer; Federal R'>erve SytU :l Federal Oeposa Insurance Corp. Before You Rent Compare When they tell you the apartments are luxurious COMPARE! King-size apartments free central air conditioning and heating I&cge private terraces ... all walk-in closets ultra-modern kitchens and bathrooms. When they tell you the location is wonderful COMPARE! Just off Biscayne Boulevard right on Biscayne Bay only 3 minutes from Miami Beach. Ten minutes takes you west to the Airport, south to downtown Miami or Key Biscayne, and north to 79th Street. Were right below the 36th St. expressway which connects with all other expressways and the Sunshine State Parkway. When they tell you the features are the finest COMPARE! 24-hour doorman service — assigned private parking at no charge security guard day and night— residence management — valet shop, commissary and coffee shop laundry facilities each floor When they tell you the pleasure facilities are the best COMPARE! Olympic-size swimming pool — tennis courts — shuffleboard courts — 18-hole putting green — boat dock and fishing pier — 5 beautiful, landscaped acres of gardens. When they tell you, dollar for dollar, you get the most COMPARE! $ 1AA only IVV monthly for BIG BEDROOM APARTMENT Deluxe Studio Apartments from $125 PLEASE CHECK THE FACTS When you move to Bay Park Towers we prefer you be positive that YOU COULDN'T DO BETTER! • WE INSTALL GLASS FOR KVERY rrmposB STOtE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GtASS furniture Taps, Beveled Mirrari ami letilvariaf Our Specialty L1G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 I.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 11363 Marris Orlin TOWERS Rental Apartments .^ ON BISCAYNE BAY AT N E. 33rd SI MIAMI. FLORIDA • PH FR 3 3103



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Paqe IB-A Isixict nriri'fi'tn Friday, Mcv 22. .354 Nikita's Blasts Touch Off Debate Speaking against the background of the American-Israel World's Fair Pavilion at opening ceremonies is Zechariahu Sitchin, president of American-Israel World's Fair Corporation. Continued from Page 1-A raised the question whether it would ""i be useful, at this time tor the United States. Britain and Trance to reiterate their 1W0 Tn1 partite Declaration, guaranteeing the nations in ih<' Middle East against any attempt to change iheir boundaries bj force Sen. Philip Hart. Michigan Democrat, expressed the hope that the suggestions and >he warnings <>f Senator Gruenmg -will be read with equal atten iion'" not only by the State Department but by the entire people ,'1 the United States "Israel is sanctuary of freedom which must be preserved, not for some sentimental reasons bet for our own good. • must inture net only its survival but its success,'' Sen. Hart said. Sen Thomas Dodd, Connecticut Democrat, declared: "Appease ment ol Nasser would pay oft in essentially the same was as did the appeasement ol Hitler. My own view is that the official silence of the State Departmei aid oi our representatives ..t ihi mi. .1 Nations on the ^ MI'S ay^ros.sion and threat ij,. (reSSiQO i> something fies understanding." Gordon Will install Jack (i^rdon. of the '.>.. x ty School Board, will r.-i., -.,.,,'. lv-elected officer1 ^^ B'nai Sholom durinan ,p.. meeting on Sunday. >. % % %  ,. ^ Temple Refreshment* ^ .. r\ ed follow in,; thi B'nai Raphael Sets Confirmation Confirmation services for Conigation B'nai Raphael will be held on Sunday. 7:30 p.m. Contirmands will present a cantata. • What is Torah?" The following will be confirm eri Rochelle Carol Bass. Cheryl Dale Duke. Ellen Gandel. Bonnie Grace Jenks. David Rosenberg. Steven Leonard Kaufman. Stuart Emery Litman. Steven David Shapiro. Bill Sonnenschein. Kenn.th Mitchell Kay Officiating at the service will be Rabbi Harold Richter and Can tor Jack Lerner. with piano accompaniment by Gary Lampert. Junior Choral Group led by Barbara Lerner will participate. Members are Leslie Grecnstein. Barbara Hecht. Deborah Greenberg. Barbara Lerner. Mitchell Lerner. Kenneth Samuels and Mai cia Shapiro. Presentation of awards and ;..ltwill be made by Mrs Ben Shapiro, chairman of the School Committee, and Mrs. I.eroy Tishman. school administrative secretary Greetings will be extended by newly-elected president. Bert Levy A collation with dancing will follow the services Kindergarten graduation oi the senior class will take place Friat 10 a.m. KODA COLOR any size DEVflCPING t 12 PRINTS ALL FOR $2.00 BLACK & WHITE AKY SIZE Developing and 12 Prints 75c Moil or Bring With This Ad Craig's Camera Center 7356 S.W. Red Rd. Ph. 665-7721 SAM DANOW. Proprietor YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR r:v Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: %  e-N. ACMK • > HOOIJM. CO. 685-1952 ** RF.Goodrich NORTON TIRE Co. MAIN STORE: 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. Open 24 hour, and all day Sun. NEW STORES IN HIALEAH AND SOUTH DADE An Important Message To Our Friends and Customers: Ultimate Tire Safety can now be found in the B.F. Goodrich LIFESAVER 880. When you buy a new automobile prepare for a long motor trip ... or want maximum tire safety for 'round town driving ... let us change-over your ordinary tires to LIFESAVER 880. I0UIS I. PAUOT NORTON S. PAUOT S. tONALD PALIOJ HOW An M. KA7ZIH IT'S HERE! The premium tire built for people who never want to worry about tires again! B.F.GOODRICH LIFE-SAVER 880 The finest tire money can buy! New LifeSaver 880 s seal punctures instantly—and permanently. The Life-Saver is a Big Edge tire, with extra rubber on the edges ... where tires work most, wear most. As a matter of fact. Life-Saver 880 has more than twice as much rubber on its edges as 1...-..I .... ,.i. ..'........ M. !, ...IM,,!,,,,,,. V.'.'•t-i.' %  ..'..., ... ...... EXCLUSIVE BF GOODRICH I TIRE 1 PROTECTION PLAN guar.nte.t' vtry III. S.v.r B80 lor % %  loilf .1 it ri.t ti.id most ether preirium tires. If vou're an average driver, one set should last you os long as you keep your rar. in short, this s the strongest, safest tire B r Goodrich has ever bunt. Like to forget about tires for a while? Then buy the worry free Life-Saver 880 at >our B F.Goodrich dealer. *. •, | H dftfcl .'• %  '•'• | M : g t• %  • s OPEN A BUDGET CHARGE ACCOUNT YOU HAVE INSTANT CREDIT IN OUR STORES WITH YOUR NATIONAL OIL COMPANY AND OTHER APPROVED CRFDIT CARDS! Our 40th Year UN I.W. .Ttt. AM. •PM 24 Him t All Dty i,'t,y W. Do Net "FARM OUT" our credit accounts to finance companies MIMU • x -. w. : ... NOtIM MIUH # 'JJ.0 N w M ... will KOI I TWOO. MIT H.II,_M4] H.4 M II l*U.l"" KM —• %  soe* IOUIM ..Dl 0 • --, 0... Ml • r Urn U ROMItTIA. JOIOO !.. MIAMI MA


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emnp rage 6-A +Jen I <* florid/for Friday. May 22 1964 'Keren Doroth' Latest Project Launched By Jewish National Fund at Banquet Here .. Ker en Doroth." a link Detween which faces rU 5ns. the newest Jewish sU-d th • assart com,t ^afc*#fr>Je.<^ <•*. i's'sT .-*£*.. Confirmation services were held at Temple Judea last Saturday evening, with Rabbi Mordecai Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards officiating. Front row (left to right) are Carole Goldberg. Ilene Melin, Suzanne Wolpe, Gail Gordon. Arlene Berkowitz. Ruth Conn. Donna Dee Weinstein, Margo Schneiderman, Judy Toback, Betty Wood. Isabel Wechsler, Carol Toback. Rear (left to right) are Rabbi Podet, Mark Sussmar, Neal Grossman, Ilene Corenblum. Joe Weil. Linda Steinheimer, Steven Serkin, Lynn Koblenz. Howard Simon, Jed Zimmerman. Michael Rose, Bruce Moskowitz, John Farina and Cantor Richards. Not shown is Judy Stemerman. "" ,v 01 eM:mn>mnp irmmmui >-•!*,'. leadquarters in Jerusalem. thr m{ h h h ,„ m ,(. ltl „ ,. n accompanyins meagj r| Nl tl „ ni ,| KurMl ,..,.. New EEC Resolution With Israel Continued from Page 1-A that far. It referred to the mixed committee set up under the' pact to implement the agreement and hear any Israeli complaints and it urged that the mixed committee also be given authority to formulate proposals "with a view to extending its fields of implementation" and to suggest "efficient formulas to solve pending questions." The Parliament met in plenary nation to discuss a report by P. A Blaisse. president of the EEC external trade commission, in \ huh he stressed the political importance of the EEC Israel agreement despite "its mode contents." The agreement provides tariff concessions on a number of Israeli exports to Euromart. Like other speakers, he described the pad as only a beginning, a Brat step in EEC-Israel relations, and lie added that it was necessary for Israel to continue to develop exports of its oranges to the Euromart countries The pact does not include tariff concessions on oranges. Two of the speakers touched on the political aspects of Israel's relationship with the EEC. Louis Terrenneire, a close associate of French President Charles de Gaulle and former French Cabinet member, severely criticized Soviet Premier Khrushchev for his anti-Israel declarations in Cairo this week. He called for European support for Israel "at this difficult hour in her history." The Gauillst leader al>o cited the charge of "imperialism" made against I.-rael and that he was therefore happy about the "political value" of the EEC-Israel agreement. He said also that while he was disappointed hy the •poor contents" of the agreement. he considered it a first step which would lead to a wide agreement National Fund project was launched official!) Wednesday at he lewish National Fund of Greater Miami banquet at the Fontainebleau Hotel "The project envisions a I,,lk between generations." declared Dr Irvin. Lehrman. JNF foundation chairman. by enabling parents, grandparents, uncles r aunts to invest OJN '"; Jewish National Fund for each beneficiary. ,,„ his or her birthday, the heneflcJarj in whose name the investment was made will nveive SM from the Jewis Fund with a.. from the JNF world chairman. IM Lehrman explained This will insure a steady flow of funds to strengthen the work of the JNF and also forge a stronger tie between th* recipient and the Jewish people, he said. Tribute for the administrator, Great 1 %  when he was here in Fcbi Implementation ol the plan was postponed du< to the pri Tit) 11 en to Greater Miami participa tion in the John F Kenned,) F< r e-t project in Israel. Rabbi Mayi r tbramt it/, pres ident. Soathoast PJ< gion, Jewish National Fund of America, lauded the Greater Miami .INK for its accomplishment and stressed the need Rr greater dedication and service He called once attain tor 'acceptance ol thi challenge with. Jewish State's oner "The Jewish National a bulwark of del \v Kogan. chairmen ol • Greater Miami .INF. an< tor ol the idea ol Mi \r lettlement in Israel, -d (, v Nahal on the Jordanear. ordsr which has already contril measurably to the securil ,| UK State of Israel by itop| ; intiitrution in an area whit :„r .-, yean ilnoe the ectablisl ml ,1 the State of Israel had 1 settlement there The Foundation supper vludel a workshop on ways ai of establishing indiMdna iroject] in the program wen Ra 11 Soloin 1 m Schiff, ^ ho deliven be in• t:.m and bam lictl) 1 r -Hi. singer os mti itional and l hat 1< edian. Dinner Committee %  •, Benjamin \; • %  ,11 Mrs, I" a Bl Mrs, Nathan B oofc p *n, W III Boost 1 in, Mrs. Jacob n Da .i Ell president JX1 1 I Greater Miami, Harry .Iman, 1 %  .1 l -in old Abraham fraieHh MiLillm Iman, Mayshie Frii dl 1 .. Mt| Robert tiarher. Ah) I Jnhu!. MX lleeht. Pete;V He] \ Sia Kit can. Bernard Katz e* Kogan, Mrs, LoinLust G si on Miller. MornMinov, Mrs Miriam Press, Harry Rosen, JulinRosensteto, Sam laehst, Mrs Wolfe Shklair, Meyi %  rd Sihrr Hen SUv< / stadlan MrJ 9 • %  I'll and MornPudi % %  it/ QUALIFICATIONS COUNT! Here's Why KEN MYERS is PREPARED For Public Service... I Native-born Miamian, age 31. I Graduate: Miami Senior High; AB Degree. University pf North Ca/olina, Phi Beta Kappa LL B University of Florida Law School. I Member: American. Florida and Dade County.Bar Associations; Junior Bar Section, Dade County Bar; practicing law in Dade County for 6 years. ACTIVE IN COMMUNITY AND PUBLIC SERVICE: <*. I Special Attorney to Dade Delegation of Florida Legislature, 1963 Session I Director and Past Secretary. Dade County Assn. for Child Guidance Clinics" I Director ol Legislative Committee. Florida Association lor Mental Health -., I Chairman. Professional Division. Flagler Area 1963 United Fund Campaign %  Member. Miami Dade County Chamber of Commerce I Chairman of Public Affairs Committee, Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce %  Member. Board of Trustees, City of Miami Employee's Retirement System J Board of Governors. Greater Miami Jewish Federation and Welfare Funds Elec The Qualified Candidate To State Legislature In GROUP 5 LEVER 7-A HiLLEL CHAPTER PRESIDENT • MEMBER UNITED JEWISH APPEAI YOUNG LEADER* M'SSION EXECUTIVE BOARD AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE • BETH DAVID CONGREGATION BOARD MEM3ER JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE • TAU EPSILON PI EXECUTIVE BOARD YM & YWHA i PREPARED FOR PUBLIC SERVICE



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kidcY. May 22, 1964 + knistnkrirfirir Paqe 15-B 5; o::. : %  lie:. a'.: :ning Committee meets with Mrs. Joseph o;ro, Miami Beach Hadassah donor conator for annual award luncheon at the jville Hotel on Monday noon. Leh to : irecr are Mrs. Morris Kogan. fund-raisinq rman: Mrs. Jack Davis, publicity coordinMrs. Nat Barth, president; Mrs. Shapiro; Mrs. Dorothy K. Fink and Mrs. Ellis Amdur. Left to right (seated) are Mrs. Ira Krivitzen, financial secretary; Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, program coordinator; Mrs. Maurice Cahn, membership coordinator; Mrs. Harry Platoif, auditor. Not shown are Mrs. Harold Melnick and Mrs. Barnett Beckerman. -arband Unit Dinner Sunday Chain) Weizmann Branch of Far)and will celebrate its first anniversary with a uala diner on Sunlay evening, (> p.m.. at the Royal Munnarian Restaurant. Miami Beach. Organized under the leadership of Moe Levin, since receiving its charter in April. 1963. membership chairman. Harry Sachs, announces enrollment of 150 members. The branch suports local and Israeli agencies. Following officers have been reelected for 1964-65: Chairman. Moe Levin: vice chairman. Irving Sachs; financial secretary. Harry Chaet: recording secretary. Rose Cohen: treasurer. Max Goldscheid. At the dinner. Ben Yomen. of Temple Emanu-Fl will be in charge of community singing. In charge of the evening are Aaron Katz, social chairman; Rose Abels, ticket chairman; Mr. and Mrs. Johan Berman. Harry Sacks and Harry Chaet. LEGAL NOTICE Temple Zfotl Ceremony On last Sunday evening at 8:30 p.m Temple Zion held its confirmation graduation ceremony. LEGAL NOTICE NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS) NAME LAW XOTIi'K IS HERKllY lilVKX thai %  n i in...I %  %  i %  KNTKItl'KIKKfr ill -I N W M I, Stn i Mi.itut intend* in r< ~,,t,\ i. n .\ i i the i 'lei k "i ihe (Mi ..••..; I M .'' I Mil! I' \ M x K Ni HtMAN > r t iit-r Joseph Shapiro, Miami Beach Chapter \adassah donor chairman, plans annual d denor luncheon with her group chair:.. at the Deauville Hotel on Monday noon, to riaht (rear) are Mrs. Herbert Gutman. :rc... J:oup, Mrs. Jack Muravchick, Hanna Mrs. Shapiro; Mrs. J. Goldman, EmLazarus; Mrs. Ethel Herman, Herzl. Seatleft to right) are Mrs. Hadassah Fassler. High in Drive Here on Sunday Sort King High will ,i four-hour swing around in an air-conditioned [hope Grandma likes itiy flowers Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones ant a source of very comfort to all. %  ''AMI SUCH'.! •! ,'. •, I .' %  I. "JlU/ JJA,> **I|I CUMMU'l %  MO 1-7693 bUI Sunday afternoon in a determined effort to pile up a record Mite in the second Democratic primarj for governor. High will appear at rallies ifl bis behall from Carol city to Cutler Ridge. His supporters and those persons just interested in meeting and hearing the candidate w ill hold rallies, dances and other activities in his behalf during the time periods listed with High scheduled to spend approximately I'd minutes at each location. He Will be .it the Allapattah High headquarters, 1901 NW :;<".th St., Student Tour Of Israel Told Abraham J. C.ittelson. Beth i Torah Congregation education director, and his wife. Shulamil, will serve as guides this summer (or the Bar Mitzvah tour to Israel. ., seven-week trip for boys and girls who have observed their Bar Milzvah during 1963^>4. The program will include a reception with the President of the State of Israel, a tour of the entire country and a three-day stopover In Europe, The group will leave New York by El Al Ainnes on July 6 and return Aug. 19. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUOICAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 5433 ANi'.Kl.A lii'SA kl'.INA HE IjOKRU. 'Mill. \ ri.ns ANTi 'Xlo i.i 'i :K' %  \ I:ISMI:MII. I ..i.-ii,i. ,I,I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION l'i >. 1.1 IS ANT' >N Ii' l.l IKKI \ I; iS.M i:\l-l Edlfli lo Sulelka .\ *, -II. 'i.i l leUc-la* I ri': i : i .mi". ApC. 7 i '.ii-... -. \ i / ..I.I VOL' ARK HEKKBV notified thai i in i.i;, i m foi Dlvon •• baa b< en tit,-,l HKHIIWI >"ii. and you ure herei; i-, • iti11.-,i I,. nerve : %  copy "f >"' .n.>M''ii" ill,Complaint "ii tlil*uiniiiattorney, I.I-.STKI; in .I-.I:.-. nhiiw uililrvH Ii 921 N.W. Mill .-in. i. Miami, Florlrla, ami fil,' the .iiuin.il .. %  ill.Answer in the office %  ii,, i 'i. rk "f IH. i-:i. \ .-HI ii -ii, rclal r, lit in uui f"i l>a n. i NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY lilVEN that hi .ui,i,i-lun,-,i. di lrlng i" engaice i" i.nsiin--.,:n i. i the fictitious name of IHKKTT I'lSi-iH NT IMPORT* al 111 E. Plualer Street, Miami Intends I I register Kalil name with the Clerk of the Cln mi '"in t of l "ade 'ountj, Plorida l IN IVERSON .", :•:'-."•. i. %  ".-12 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 5498 ALBERT PARBER, Plaintiff, -\ s CELIA PARBER, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TI i"i:i.lA I ARBER 576 Avenue /. Brooklyn, New Fork You, CELI v PARBER, an hi rebj notified that a Bill of Complaint i". Divorce has been filed itgalnm you, .n,i \.. II squli ,i '-• s'-i \,a cop) .-! your Answer 01 pleading i" the 1 ill of Complaint "ii the nlalntlfl I Attorney. UOLOMAN, t!oLl>STEIN ,v I'AC/.IER, '.'111 Weal K '. Mi.inn Plorida, and file I IM II. i i \ nsw. r' til I 'leading it "tii. ni the Clerk ol thi • '..in i ,.ii "ibefore thi 2-nd ilaj | ]• • III do I etauil "ill be I %  i.I. %  not lee al I n-. k for i"iit : HE -i EW ISM II.I '111 I 'IAN IIXK v v I ORDER El i I M I .. Maj i: II I.EATHERM >N 1' i ..... I • %  m Bj M VROl'ERITE Ml 'RPi HID I ieput> 'Ii I 1% i '!.l '\l \N". 11' 'l.l •.I'EIN A PA' "/ %  \\ -i Plaxlei Stn M II .. Plorida Att, .iii.ii..i Plnii I. R. Goodman Group; Mrs. Bert Rosenberg, Southqate; Mrs. Esther German, Morton Towers; Mrs. Rebecca Sussman. Stephen Wise; Mrs. Harry Horwitz, Esther. Not shown are Mrs. Barney Davis, Bay Harbor Group; Mrs. William I. Saffir, Brandeis; Mrs. Louis Goldman. Israeli; Mrs. A. Ross, Renanah; Mrs. Saul Peckins, Shaloma; Mrs. Emma Rattner. Henrietta Szold. first with the meeting scheduled trom noon to 2 p.m. Sunday. Then, he'll go to the Biscayne |y, listed from noon to 2. High will be at Carol City al 764 N'W 183rd St., his headquarters, at 1 p.m. and at the Palm Springs Shopping Center in llialeah between 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. He moves into South Datle for a meeting at the Cutler Ridge Shopping Center between 2 and 4 p.m., and will be at Westchester Shop ping Center between 3 and 6 p.m., ith a live band joining in a mammoth dance and rally for High. 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^1 Webb who were celebrattheir 47th wedding anniver Held at the Bonfire. ner party guests included tan Kesler, Ceils lister, Mr. Mrs. Sam Fructhman, the Goldmana and Ida Fructhi Mem York Al>o Elsie n. Ethel Hasten, Frieda cthman and Mrs Henrietta inson Mrs Webb is life -idcnl of the Miami Beach c For Underprivileged chii Shafkin, life president Smith Shore cm/en's Club, iust received word that toe k sent by theclub to the Memorial Library Fund, will used a> the initial deposit %  tor Miami contributions Ving celebrated their ColdWedding anniversary last r with a gala party. Ida and i W Goldstein are planning a quiet day when the 51st iversary rolls around on %  i "day. May 23 Miami achites fur the past four trs, the Goldsteins are from icago, where they have main mis and relatives I. > cle of friends they've made '• %  drawn from B'nai B'nth. ind, Temple Emanu-El and Hadassah, in which both are • ctive, Approaching Lisbon, first port I >all. Fan and Harold Lewen in finding the voyage of the SS •"'.loin. Zini's newest transatlantic luxury liner "just wonder lnl so far, The ship la a beauty and were having a continuous ball" Eventual destination. Israel One half of Sara Harris' time is spent traveling to the lar corners Of the earth Best oi the time, she devotes to entertainlng the many friends she makes on her jaunts, who all seek her out when they visit in this area Latest name in the Miami Beachite's book is that of Mrs. Anita Brown Harris Most fascinating light to the native of Wellington, New Zealand, was the extensive list of pre cooked, packaged foods. Including unusual dishes, available to the home maker in this conn t rj • • Lovely AHeen Frances. Miami Beach iinger-actreas> Hew to Manhattan this week to cut another Roulette disc Won't have a chance to linger in the B ; g City as -he's due back here for the start of Miami-based foatun film. "Once I'pon a CoffM House." in which she plays a feature role • • • Pre nuptial luncheon at the Algiers Hotel for Fredelle Nussbaum. who will be the June bride of James C.oodkm on the lucky seventh Hostess to the gathering of long-time friends and relatives was the bride-elect's grandmother, Anne (Mrs. Morris Alpert Spurning the usual male, boycott of Continued on Pag* *-B FIRST TO BURDINE'S THEN PACK 'EM OFF TO CAW It s marshmallow-toasting. campfire-singing time, and Burdine's has the necessary clothing for every hour of your youngster's day! Naturally, all items are easycare, rough 'n ready, yet definitely "IN fashions. Sure enough, camp's around the corner: be prepared! A. White cotton knit sweatshirt, cotton fleece lining. 8-20 2.50 AMC jeans. Faded blue, navy, charcoal cotton. 6-12 reg.. slim ... 1.99 14-18 reg., slim, husky 2.49 B Cotton knit shirt, solids or stripes, 6-18 2.98 Camp shorts with large cargo pockets. Khaki, navy, green cotton. 8-16 ... 1.99 young people's world, fourth floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI (at all 6 BvrdWs stores I %  unshine fMhione BUR 3D J IX E



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Page 4-A +Jelstfkridtor Friday, May 22, ity "Jewish Flor idian OFFICE jsnd fLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Str*et Telephone Frt"35fJ0$ Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 "RED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel Tel A\iv, Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent the Jewish Weekly. M.mb.r rthe Jr<££ J Nf „, Agency. Seven Arts Feature Synd.eMr. Wo ^ #f Service, Nat.onal Editon.il **'"•, *'"*, da PrfSS A Enghsh-Jewish Ne wspape is. nd the Fiend* P ""The Jewtah norldlan doe* i U f (he men-hand iidv. •beis and meaning, %  esT^uTu !" '* hopriul H OW DOES ONE by LEO MINDLIN __.. —„ „„ e %  %  bye to a friend i during the week Ri&ffis,';::i as i seeit—-BHwrfcift-" ... flJ i u tht> An-I>efamatiar. i of Bnai BYith. Certahjl League will mishim. OrZ izations. although the* tJ? have an identity all their J rarely if ever rise above J imagination and creativity of the persons who lead them. <£ possessed both those qualities in large measure, and it will be h2 for the APIsimply to take up where he leaves off at the end of a, month. However difficult the transition. I speak now of my own nt tionship to him during the eight years of his stay here Nate arm* in the heal of the Kefauver-Stevenson battle for Florid:, back in m and there was scarcely a soul I knew who was not [oi Stevens* Introducing himself over the telephone as successor to the late c,i|Lc J Balkin he chatted briefly with me. I learned that he had COB* Miami alone, with hi"rife, Roth, and children remaining Mi,* their home in Montclair, N.J.. and we Invited h m 1i supps Over some food and win* be promptly tang out Kefaimi which startled us all HireaaoM were both virtuous md practlc* in retrospect thej remind me of the many thingj thai incebta in the prevalent!) critical Stevenson reevaiual rent from the start that Nate Perlmutter wai difl i subsequent!) ipelled itself out in I ership f the I M>L through %  variety of batt hts But tins iorganisational again i i .. ..i. i... „ i i'it nut in tin' itse %  • arguing into the .. liberties, when we stooped t.> and just plain but ('• countless evei earlj mon TPIP INTO THf FNfMV'S MAW A LOT OF • n hum"' ilj I ** terms ol his pi of %  stenm. %  • tself in a bonk undo' I tin • %  handicapping I %  I i %  l|; | | tion "t an ull H nevei i'i created. %  al ised to dra \ Dugai %  I : in Brooklyn i on which one puts records to hi r the Thra i othei such opus ha hoMa 11 %  a difference indeed. My trip to Israel, "offlfltl had been as well, was the standard route foi most profa> %  ol the Jewish scene. Nate, qn the • I • %  -• • % %  ientl) agreed in the enemy's maw IT WAS INJUSTKl THAT ANGIKID HIM y^HEN HE ARRIVED hom. I knou N.Ho wool,! not staj Hi %  ii othei things much as i knew this > %  %  '• %  %  • l "' wine and the debate about I N II) denied it, and honest!) • >' came shortly Ihereafti i % %  dismissed the Ann Defi n Nate meant the good talk,' and willing listener For • nd th< relaxation from ill < • en But .. would I^Dl post Perlmuttei • e in Ins field %  Neither '• t>> the Jewish caus. ill) identified Efficu ess .: no) -„, U t) [ I %  I >se injust.c u forces throughoul l %  ; ^ heal that came i not because the injusti. • attractive eloquence thai Hi powers he needed l 51 "" l anl people in the oft< '" "numcationa media and Ian i f0 "nd his angers cogent and meanu fcantifnol always as eagei i •mestretch, and his determinati ,1 "^ I" him that was ultimate!) %  '" "' 'heir submission and coopei H S MORAVON Of NATUKl \ N T ,u S HA ^ G ALUES %  IVrlmutter has had fe 111.. M....KI .. 1 \li I *"%  -', Nate Perlmutter has had lew P" cause ol h,„, U "'," ,,i:h, V who were onlv vague!) mi l <•<'• he i %  i", "kjf becauM the breach dJdlsWre.11) touch I leal ,-, ""-•.'„l argument, whether the its .,,;'.;; k ';" 1 Party, m short. Nate never itopp. I l*m* f the An,, Defamauon ...... '' ., %  \"i. will miss moal la his departure foi Ne w\ e ; n M d0 n "'> prganlMttoMl bit. I return to the !* •"•Nate Perlmutter wa. M4V MI > %  .„ '' ;'" •' "hose past eight rears Perhaps -' more I, ,,' ''n ,hw : •""' .ortainlv. he wai '"'•>'-" nJ Bul | .' "; ";•'" "Mon,, elaborating on then I .1, ,' '',' %  %  %  %  -"'.. %  "iber that Na.o s adoi '; ("" %  a'l.l.oad ,„ his „ood for justice m me. %  %  lover Ol the ocean, who rarolv mist Con.nud on Page 5A



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Page 14-B + U n<> William "Red" Gillespie William "Red" Gillespie is running for Office as Co-.stable in District 2 His supporterUiiweek helped him wind up his campaign by declaring that Gil lespie "is dedicated to law en forcement in Dade County, and has been for the past 17 year-, having served aa member of the Miami Police Department from 1946 to 1961. and as Chiet ot Police in Homestead since 1962 Gillespieplatform specifies "separate civil and criminal sections, deputies assigned to civil proce—in. only, constable's ofl available on a 24-hour basis, and all deputies be fully qualified and %  rienci Dick Renick Dick Renick State Leg in Grou| A resident of Dade Count) for 2-1 ><\:r-. Renick platform in eludes •full support ol Interama to promote .nil tourism, statewide automobile inspections lequired now only in Dade CountN. to help curb traffic fatalities and -trenethen pre-ent state laws pertaining to reckless anil drunk driving violators Ralph Poston Native Miamian Ralph 1' seeking election to the State Lc.. islature in Group 2. is running on a platform of "economy in go> ernment; fairnesto our people: growth of Dade County." A member of the Metro Exam ining Board. Poston's means to bis "EFG" program includes "repeal ol the inventory tax and additional tax on auto licenses, secure a fair apportionment of the legislature. assist our senior citizens, protect j *hu will be -eeking.-election F 0r other listings, see Page 12-A existing Industry while providing [or the promotion of new space e and "-.her Industries, and &pU r tourism through coordination i i promotional material "Jimmy" James "Jimmy" Jameirunning in Tuesday's election for National Democratic Committeeman. His -upporters point to the can clidate"12 years of service to the Democratic Party, awell aa lifetime ol beliel in the part> Thes urge election of James pro -ie-through Democratic part] i the Flagler Will Confirm Nine Five bi ys .'nil five girls will be confn mi t the ninth i .;> evenii p.m., er-Grai la Jewish I.., %  •;, for I'., V will i i Faith." Con: rids v present a Bible to th synagogue James E e rs, class pres lent, will be valedictorian Goldstein will • i N'anc) Goldman will make the sen tat ion. Other members of the class are Bonnie Sue Brody, Harriet Genandes, Mark S. Kelman, Kurt Marmar, Susan Marshall, Eric Press and Allen Rosenbloom. Rabbi I).. i nfeld, spiritual leader ot Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, "ill deliver the charge to the eonfirmands Bibles and pray er bookwill be presented l>> Arnold Levy, principal ol the Sunday School. Robert Brown. Samuel stein, Harold Strumpf, Mrs. Uathew Cohen and MrDavid Hertz. The confirmation was prepared Judge W. R. Culbreath Judge \v R. Cnlbreai bent, irunning to succtei im self to the Juvenile i .^ in Tuesday's runoff. According to his ipp •three defeated candidate: i Juvenile Court Judge hi • cloaj ranks r-ehind Judge C Ibri |, assure his election They are pointing to la> CM| heath's "nine years of C\;H-. -net as Judge of the Juvenin ar Domestk Relations Court CPAs are Elected Here Albert J Beer, pres Count) Chapter of institute, of Certified count ants, haant* Meal H I.evinc. Mian lord \ l.oK and H j man .Ii North Miami n elected to in thc> state organizat Zamora Students Lead Services Temple Zamora sen I da) morninw were coi eted by I the students of th. School, first, wcon I i irtt | gradl.Participants include' ii M\ Manhnff. Shachris: Joseph Pout. taking out the TorahTOBUBJ Tibor and B*n Lewi-.haciiter. the -ermon: Gary Poat, Neal Better, Kenneth Gordi i Laos Hen. Ricky Josepher and neth Stein, all Bar Mitzvah >< of the past year and directed by Samuassisted by Doreen Holl, Cedars to be Hosf Sanford K. Bronstein. administrator, announces this week that on Friday. May 29. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will be host to the Florida H-jspital Association trustees meeting. W K AT -FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on W K AT FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Conovtsl WK AT -FM ll 19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO 6 A.M. 'III 1 A.M. i



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Iriday. May 22, 1964 kn/*t fkrirftor Page 9-fr 1 llagler Women ick Mrs. Nadler |MiAllied J Nadler was to installed ;>president of Flag-liranada Jewish Center Sister! on Thursday, May 21. 8.30 the Tenter Mrs. Nadler rnierl) served as vice president I a charter member of the > od. speaker was to be Mrs. Soltz, president of Florida 1 Hadaaaah Enlertam|< 1to be furnished by Mrs. KcsdiD, vocalist, a Ceo in by Mrs. Paul Draizer at I officers are Mrs. Berry Mrs, Lou Lopatin and Mrs i Hertz, vice presidents; Mrs •i .111 (overman, treasurer; Mrs ncr Rogers, recording seereand Mrs. Samuel Goldberg, responding secretary. l\ reception was to follow the %  -Mill. Suburban League Profits Wi?i Go To Variety Here is from the Suburban Lei pie Bi ivling I e igue ;il be tallied up iii %  r a inual banqu % %  Sat % %  day night an! turned over to Va Children'? Hospital. League players "ill bold their dinner dance and awards party 7 p.m. m the Duponl Plaza Hotel. with Mrs. Alan Hertz as chairman of the affair. A cocktail party and dinner will be held in the Encore Room, followed by dancing in the Iiayview Room. More than KM) wives and husbands participated in the Mixed Bowling 1-caguc. it was announced by President Mrs. Arthur Pepper, to raise funds for the Suburban League's major charity, the support of two cancer patients at the hospital. Marshall Harris will preside as master of ceremonies, and Dr. Marshall Pepper heads the trophy committee. Top three teams to receive special awards are: First Place Team: Mr. and Mrs. Shelley Abcrman and Mr. and Mrs Mai Kushner. Second Place Team: Henry Landy. Mr. and Mrs Uickej Markowitz, and Wally Mason Third Place Team: Mr. and Mrs, Al Viener, Bill Cooper, and Mrs. Audrey Kurzncr Men's and women's high average awards will go to the following; Alan Herts, 170; Marshall Pepper, 109; Al Viener, 167; Mis Daniel Franco. 141; Mrs Jerry Wemstein, 138; .Mrs. Barry Bar son. 135. Women interested in joining the Suburban League may call membership secretary, Mrs, David Sommers, or the volunteer service Vice president. Mrs .lames Orovitz Final plans for the installation luncheon oi the South Dade Chapter, Women's Division of the American Technion Society, were recently made at the home oi Mrs. David Sernaker. Installation luncheon will be held at the Kinqs Bay Country Club on Friday at 11:30 a.m. Board members (left to right) are Mesdames Edward Brown, H. Franklin Williams, David Sernaker, Norman Hill, Ben Woolfstead, Gussie Fellman, Joseph Masters, corresponding secretary. Charles Jacobson, Morton R. Fellman, chapter president, Aaron Foosaner. parliamentarian. Meyer Baskin, vice president membership, William Sanes, Mae Wollman and Ann Wollman, co-chairmen of telephone. Not pictured are Mesdames Meyer Brilliant, vice president of program, Jerry Friedman, treasurer. Maxwell Dauer, financial secretary. Samuel Goldstein, recording secretary, Hyman Friedman and Joel Belov, co-chairmen of board, J. David Liebman, arrangements. Rae Rosenthal. courtesy, and Bernard Abel, publicity • Sirthd 4.1 z e 1 and Mr. William B. Cooper p.urnts oi a son. Stephen DaI. born Apr. 16. New mother is |t former Barbara First, daughol Mr and Mrs. Alan II First, Miami. Paternal grandparents 1 Mr and Mrs. Maurice Cooper. Bonville. William, born May 1 in hi Kitty and William lr Grandparents are Mr. William Brenner of Mi \ Hope, born Apr 10, joins sister, Anne Michelle in • Mr and Mrs Leonard %  SW 39th SI i.iand .; iam 1 ns M r and • K( ssler and Mr and ir Marks, Great-grandMrs Sonia I'IKICI ol Philadelphia, Pa., and Mrs B Brown, Brooklyn, NY • First child. Howard Neil, hern May 11 to attorney Allen David Stolar and wife, Bobbi. of lsoo Marseille Dr. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stolar Wash I n. Ii (" and MrSylvia Lam t, Miami Beach. Pianist on Tour Raul Spivak, the Argentine 1 ianist now living in Miami, is 1 urrently on a ;x week 1 oncerl i, aching tour ol South Amer u.i A concert artisl oi interna.ik will veral ret itals and conduct mas ter classi in piano in Brazil and his n itive Argentina before re turnin ; t 1 Miami in mid June Menorah Ladies Install Officers In Evening Rites Mrs Elsie Bclsky was installed .is president Of Temple Menorah's sisterhood for a fourth term on Wednesday evening. In a program entitled The Crown of ,,'1 ses" under the chairmanship of Mrs. A. Louis Meclilowitz. past ,.resident of Sisterhood, new offers and board members of Sisterhood were installed by Rabbi layer Abramowitz. Sisterhood's fund-raising pro iectS are channeled to the Hell {ious School which offers classes rom the nursery preschool to conp niation class, The organization laturned over to the Temple nore than Sio.mw as its contnbuion to maintain the Religious School. Elected as officers Of Sisterhood ire vice presidents. Mesdames Lawrence Weston, Leah Gottlieb, Milton Stager, P. M. Pollack, Nornan Harrow; .secretaries. Mes lames Samuel Graham, Irving ,\c( haler, Sam Schiffman, Essie volf; treasurer, Mrs Hyman Bertad; parliamentarian, Mrs. Jack Sperns; chaplain, Mr\l Mech n it/, historian, Mrs Arthur Jur. COW itz. II ril IIIFllllil'IK Ml %  • Ml %  Abramt>u Its, Mar, Ulisteln, He,, ., Ili.-nni-i I in Kin :i. Wilh r. Id man, Sl I : I %  I,H„ 1.. %  1:.. 1.1,..-11.1.-. 11I1 III HUM I !• 'I %  I HuiouiU > nn 1 • it K.iiill,. ,: .1 Kl.'il Korcnlilll Mm I, till K .1 Max Kmuiot, Hei K I.,>i I'lUli \ I %  II, Sihrun .• %  • 1 II, ntm % %  H \. Tow lln Id n 1 d PalW.ll, II \\ innle v > Susan Jacobson To Start Nursing Al and Fdna Jacobson are starting the Northern trek early They are driving up to Durham. N.C.. to pick up son, Harvey, a student at Duke University, and then the three are heading for Nashville, Tenn.. to see daughter, Susan, graduate from Vanderbill I niversity. School of Nursing. Alter a short holiday, Susan will affiliate with Jackson Memorial Hospital as a surgical nurse in in tensive care service. Susan is a niece of Dr. Leon Greene, "f Miami Beach. SUSAN JACOBSON Betk Kedesh Picnic Beth Kodesh Congregation will hold its annual all-day picnic on Sunday at Crandon Park, Pit -L Lot 2. bc-111: in at 10 am Mack Libman is chairman of the affair. Judea Youth Elect Officers A reception and dance folio A ed installation of Temple Judea Youth Group officers on Saturday even ing in the Youth Lounge. With Rabbi Mordecai Podet of [iciating, the following slate was included: Ilene Corcnhlum. president: Joe Weil, vice president; Isabel Wcchsler, secretary; Linda Steinhcim ( r, treasurer: and Michael KOSl K zional board member. BALLET SUMMER SCHOOL Miami Conservatory Home of Miami Ballet Co. JUNE 8th JULY 17th Classes now being formed CALL MAIN OFFICE 667-5543 "3 N.E. 167th ST. 5818 S.W. 73rd ST. 8027 Bisc. Blvd. Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida 310 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 532-6491 MIAMI BEACH'S ONLY KOSHER NURSfNG HOME ard HEAITH CENTER OFFERING THE NEWEST APPROACH Total Care A Concept p-i-ed to Combine Sni' |ual Wedic.il Need* of the nmvidu.il for \na Aging. Recuperative. iMl Chron c.lly III. A Cheerful Home of Warmth with Every Convenience frc'odinn Elev-for, Television, Efc. SIDNEY SIFGEL. Executive Director ly A*s't. 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. "Jewish FloridSan Combining THf JEWISH UNITY and THf JEWISH WEEKLY Vcliune 37 Number 21 Miami. Florida. Friday. May 22. 1964 Two Sections Price 2li' Nikita's Anti-Israel Blasts in Cairo Touch Off Debate on Nasser Policy COIDA MEETS SOVHT ENVOY PAGt 10A SEN. ElfNEST CRIItNINC oqgressian in Yemen Soviet Jewish Writer Off To Enforced Labor D.NDON — (JTAi — A number ling Soviet writers and in• ii> made an unprecedentrotest against the arrest and nciog of a young writer. Brodsky, ol Leningrad, it reported here this week. ordinf to reporti received Moscow, Brodsky'home •ran searched l>> the political poic :n i";:' i cause oi charges had been involved with two rrested on charges of exert i mini influence" on young e to whom they preached philosoph) and anarcho-in< ism Brodsk). 24, was %  ested However, last November, the ning paper Vercherny Lenin• attacked Brodsky at a >luta and cynical parasite." • February, Brodsky return's Leningrad from a Moscow psychiatric clinic where he was 'rcned for reactions to the persecution. He was then "arrested in the street." WASHINGTON (JTA) So* hi Premier Khrushchev's tree wheeling tour of Egypt, during which he lined the Soviet Union solidly behind Nasser's anti-Israel leadership, touched oil sharp debate tins week in the Senate for a revision of the state Depart meat's -upport of President Nasser of Kgypt. The debate was launched by Sen Ernest Cruening, Ala-ka Democrat, who urged President Johnson to call a meeting at the highest political level of the Arab countries ""to reason together" to tnd the threats of war by the Arabagainst Israel. Noting Khrushchev's statement of support for the Arabs in Cairo, Sen. Gruening said that if such efforts to bring the Arabs and Israel for talks failed, then the United States should bring before the United Nation's Nasser's aggressions in Yemen, his war preparations against Israel and his dealings against the British in Aden. He said that effcrt should be made to halt Nasser's collision course and that if the Soviets vetoed such action, "at least the United States will have tried to act." He criticized the giving of hundreds of millions of American aid dollars to Kgypt which, he said, i nabled Nasser to develop misMies to use to destroy Israel and tu wage aggressive war in Yemen. He said the United States should make it unmistakably clear "that the United States will not tolerate Egyptian destruction of Israel and that United States power stands ready as a deterrent to Egypt's air force Sen. Paul Douglas. Illinois Dem ocrat, said that Nasser, in a pamphlet written a decade ago, admitted that his aim was to control, progressively, the Middle East, Africa and ultimately the entire Moslem world. Sen Jacob JavitS, Republican of New York. Continued on Page 16-A BEGINNING OF RELATIONSHIP European Parliament Hails New Economic Community Agreement Vatican Switching Around Schema on Ties to Jews %  • reports indicated he was nil trumped-Up charges -iml to live >oarexile at iii, i lie was MMt with % %  (1 thieves and murderers i,inn in the Archangel C in the lai north ing the trial such noted per %  Samuel Uarshak, au\ Chukovsk) and comD mitri shostako\ ich sent In Hie court to plead i-k\ aaking that "young ll I developing talent" should •aved form "undeserved and accusations." ROME (JTA An exact definition ol what the [unctions will be of the special Vatican Seci, tariat fi r non Christians the formation ol which was announced Monda) b) Pope Paul VI was ex piled to he given this week by I iiolo Cardinal Marella, who ward bj the Pope to head tin new secretariat, Thus far there was no indica lion that the planned statement b) the Ecumenical Council, declaring that the Jewish people should int lie blamed for the cm cifixioa of Jesus, will be dealt vi;h by the new secretariat, WIIKII Sull parallel Hie Secretarial for Christian Unity ot which ( animal Hea ithe head HOW ever, a iconsidered likelj that the new body will collaborate with Cardinal Bea'i secretariat, which i. now handling the Jewish ques tion The statement declaring that Jews are not guilty of the crucifixion of Jeius will no longer be part of Chapter IV of the Christian unity schema, as was the case when it was presented to the Ecumenical Council last year. A draft of this statement has now been prepared for circulation to the 2,300 Cardinals, archbishops and bishops who will attend the forthcoming session rf the Ecumenical Council in September, and will be acted upon by the Council as a separate declaration. The formation ot the ne Secre tariat lor non-Christian religions. announced by the I'on tif i. v ill make it possible to in vite representativeof non-Christian faiths as observers to the September session of the Ecumen ii al Council, it was indicated here A Vatican -poke-man Said that the new secretariat will deal with Jewish and other non Chris tar. grpups. Until now. Cardinal Bea's Secretariat for Christian Continued on Page 11 -A STRASBOURG — (JTAi — The European Parliament consisting of 142 parliamentary members of a number of European countries approved here this week a resoluVon hailing the trade pact between Israel and the Kuropean Economic (ommunity and urging that the EEC take further steps to protect Israeli exports which were excluded from the agreement. The resolution proposed that the agreement be considered "a first step in commercial and economic relations" between the six nation Euromart and Israel and it noted ""that nothing yet has been decided about certain problems which are ol fundamental interest to lsi.cl." The resolution labeled as imperative" that any future agreements "with other third country exporters of oranges do not include. In the matter of Importing ol oranges by the EEC. any discriminatory ruling with re Lard to Israel Some members of the Parliament, in discussion preceding adoption of the resolution, called for admission of Israel into the Euromart as an associate but the resolution did not go Continued on Page 6-A IN PUSIK PtACIS Metro Moves To Boot Out Segregation Segregation will become against the law "as soon as legally pi Bible" in hotels, restaurants, tht i Ires and other places of public commodation In Dade County, The Metro Commission on I'll. day moved, in a 6-2 votes, to "prove the resolution outlawu -i gregation by the Metro Co i; unity Relations Hoard It was the verdict of th = board that equal rights and treat ment of all persons in the us of public accommodations is "both desirable and necessary.' i)nl> Commissioners Arthur (I. Continued on Paqe 2-A PAPERS JEW INSIDE STORY Report FDR Hoped For Trusteeship in Palestine 1964 G0A1 WITHIN FINGERTIP REACH Federation Annual Meeting Sunday 1 • 26th annual meeting Of the r Miami Jewish Federation %  Combined Jewish Appeal ctor> Dance "will be both a 11 and important oeca-ion." is announced this week by In ing Open, chairman of eni scheduled at the Eon IU Hotel this Sunday even 8 P.m will truly be a victory dinner dance." Dr Lehrman stat ed, an occasion upon which 1 am confident we will be able to announce that the Combined Jewish Appeal has gOO over Itgoal Ol $1,386,500. some $100,000 more than was raited laal year With one week to go, the CIA drive iless than 180.000 away from its goal, he explained "It ia credit to all who have worked so diligently on behait of the Combined Jewish Appeal that we will he able to record this outstanding effort on behalf of 57 agencies locally, nationally. and overseas," declared Dr. Lehrman. Judge Cypen, chairman of the Nominating Committee, annonunced thai the following slate Continued on Page 9-A \\ VSHINGTON (JTA) The British Government leaned toward partition of Pale-tine as early BS 1343, while President Roosevelt „l thai time entertained an idea that the Holy Land should bo placed under a trusteeship com posed of representatives of the Moslem. Christian and Jewish faiths, according to documents datum back to that era inane public here Sunday by the State De partment. The authority for the Roosevell views is Lt Col. Harold I! Ilos kins, known then lor his pro \rabie attitude, whom the wartime President had sent aan emis.-aiy to the Middle East Col. Ho-kin-' report on what Mr Roosevell had presumably said emerged in the Slate Department's • Foreign Relations of the United States, Volume IV. the Near East and Africa," summarizing cable-. letters and memoranda pertaining directl) or indirectly to the Palestine question. In a 1943 memorandum on his meeting with President Roostvelt, after returning from J MidcVe Eastern tour. Col Hoskin. reported: "As to a solution of the Palestine problem, the Pre> ident stated that his own thinkContinued on Page 8-A HANKUN D. ROOSfVUT all religions



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Page 8-B +Jeislfhridicir Friday, M ranee 3 Xc/. man NATALIE We the Women WOMAN OF THE WEEK Who is that stunning girl"" Inevitability the answer i Natalie Frumkes Natalie s flair for coordinating her clothes with such >tnking color combinations conies easily. As a pretty little girl with long curls, and then later on Natalie was a protcssional model. Alter she married, she modeled in organization fashion shows for fun. Then came the Temple Beth Am Sisterhood Fashion Show. The commeentator asked her to sign up with her agency. So Natalie has returned to professional modeling on a limited scale. Daughter Sherri Lee loves to go with her mother to watch, but husband Melvyn isn't so happy about the professional bit; although he doesn't mind the charity affairs. Natalie is a native Floridian, born in Tampa From the age of five, she was an equestrienne. Her parents owned horses, and Natalie herself had her own hunter and three gaited horses. Throughout the horse season, she toured the south, riding in horse shcus. capturing ribbons, trophies ar.d stake money She had the title of Junior Champion of the South. Natalie went to the University of Tampa and the University of Miami, but she never did finish her businesi administration course Ten years ago. when Natalie came to Miami, -he met Melvyn on a blind date just a week and a half after he got out ol the Air Force Today they have three children. Sherri Lee. Mark and baby Steven. Natalie always finds time to work in the community, with the Young Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Jewish Family and Children's Service. American Jewish Committee and the Sunrise Harbor Association, a neighborhood project, among others. As a young matron, both she and her husband feel that yo'u must give of yourself in some aspect of community life and that it is not enough to sit and talk about the state the world and your oun "community is in if you're not ready to do something about it. Time goes backward, and tennis, in which Natalie excelled, is the hub of the Frumkes home life. She and Mel are taking lessons and play at Kings Bay Country Club "lmes a week. Hor-e back-riding is squeezed in if possible No! a Hausfrau. Natalie readily admits she hatehousekeeping and is not a cook. They like to go %  way for weekend* to Lucaya and Palm Beach They are %  %  istera enjoy dancing and are about to take up The) do everything but Bah. After all what k.nd woman wear to fish in" Whitmans Tell Dianne's Troth Mr and Mrs Irving Whitman. nth Ave trill annoul the • of their da one Beth, to Leonard EuGlici ;.t a reception in their home. spective bridegroom, a pre-der.tai student at the Univern "f Mr Mrs ILrry Glick, 1750 MichAve. The bride-elect is a junior in the University of Miami School Education Her father il I lent of Temple Or Olom. No date has been set for the wed;:. miZi DiAHHi WHITMAN Now formingMINI-GROUPSfor Singles-Couples ww FRIENDS MtH DAHCtS .040S OF FUN DANCE IK'TtUCTIOM? PRACTICE F0Ur u 'UP PARTIES FLOOR SHOW INCLUDED NO tXTPA CHARGE 18 HOURS $12.50 (limi'ed Tim e Crlyl 6 HOURS: Sossa Nova, Cha-Cha, or your choice latin Dances 6 HOURS: Follow-Up Practice. 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Daughter of Mrs Victor I eii, 731 SW 2ith Rd.. and the late Victor Eskenaii. the bride is a graduate of Miami Senior High and attended the Universities oi Florida and Miami The bridegroom is the >on of Mr. and Mrs Sam Kurland. 2270 SW 20th St An alumnus of Mi-mi Senior High, he attended the University of Alabama and h.ia degree from the University oi Miami. av a. is* Central Beach PTA Meeting Central B o %  i f PTA fe illatl in oi offi i the in |j Jack Gordon, ol 1 Scho I B aid I .CCT. Carol Donn. lea •In Miami opera i, panted by conduct" ( -"iika. presented .i n usical selections. Mrs Anne Reifi j\ dent, and Leroj r %  .,.. cipal. -"Prat 4 r,| graa 4 V OS. Until KU81AND Serns, Steele Exchange Vows y i i .* > MRS. DAVID SfRNS Seiderman Tclks To U of M Class Pan! Seidei B ..V I Ol matii ed t th ::. a "Aims • ADL." The invit • essor Stceli David ned Sui • S "in %  by Miss Dr • n rex Ki [Mr 1776 %  %  • Pi, and : Mr 1700 Ti %  • %  t) nt wen t the > Capt. Gardner Speaker ALEX M. 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Page 2-B +Jfi<>t ncridlur Friday. May 22, 1964. By EDYTHE SCHINDLER There's a Special Kind of Love on the Tennis Court Love counts—for nothing. It's a preat bis zero, a cipher, signifying nothing of value I stumbled on this bit of folklore while playing tennis at a Miami Tennis Club. I must admit 1 was rather slow when it came to learning the score: but traditionally. I'm a slow learner The overhand smash, the backhand grip and espec • iuM\ the fancy tootwork necessary tor a good tennis game all eluded me. The social graceindigenous to the game I also found quite complex For example: I'pon smashing the ball down an opponent's gullet, protocol requires the singing out of. "Sorry '" L'pon fluffing an easy shot, whereby the silly ball goes [lopping into the net. the situation calls for the non-partisan. "Sorry." You have to be "Sorry" if you do and "Sorry" if you don't. Meeting Nice People I was also a little slow to learn that, upon being invited to make up a foursome, one just never declines Now. please don't misunderstand me. Tennis is a great game and like my mother used to say. "You can meet the nicest people." I like dashing across a hard court to retrieve the impossible. life, thesi pie. Tennis Clubs reek with "Gemutlichkeit." There's a sense ol camaraderie that perhaps has its roots in a mutual realii at the bod) plays rotten tricks Just v. hen instant reaction is required, a muscle is bound to go into spasm, a nerve sends out the wi message, and all is lost Tennis plf failureol the intellect, never ol the bod) But. as 1 said, they're a Iriendl) bunch bounding over nets to shake a losers hand, bounding lo the coke machine lo buj the loser a drink (with all that bounding about who has strength lor the game?) And they simply abound with brotherl) or sisterl) love, as the case may be. My Game Improves Every experienced player assumea personal re sponsibility lor aiding and abetting the fledgling Even if you want to give it all up. you can't They won'l let you 1 was tombed. 1 really was No one has cared that much about m> being a success, since my mother drilled me Into winning the sixth grade Spelling Bee my game improved Presently the Tuesday morning Ladies c, These gamea arc Kound Robins, with all players can Ing partners after each set. Frequently, wt Wer( short 'i players to complete the groupii ^ t came i" pasa tbat ladies from the Harbor Club • invited lo join in with the Miami players go few things in life are good Inn and -ooj (, you, too I enjoyed tboM puaei, the eas> rrieodsM with the players, the feeling of belonging i enjoy* those mornings in the sun. But ii then be days car clouds be far behind'' The Right Name suntj The Harbor ladies were all very proper!) broueht up ladies They knew how to mind their manners The) reciprocated as all nice ladies should £ ic8 Thursday morning, all my friends from the Miamt (lub could IMfound playing at the Harbor Club. Th( Miami Club players had been invited—all oi them Well, not quite all I wasn't invited \I mentioned before. I'm not very bright joout, learning the tore But this I learned with my tenaui essons Love me) not count, but the right name stud J ie; in too man) placeMM. SANfOKD ItVIHt "Simmered tutto-di-giorno ta'am!" Chef Boy-Ar-Dee uses a mixture of English, Italian and Jewish to tell you that his brand new sauce has "Simmered all-day flavor!" CHEF BOY AR DEEMEATLESS SPAGHETTI SAUCE So rich in flavor, you'd think you'd cooked it all day. Who else but Chef Boy-Ar-Dee could create so much haimische ta'am in a meatless sauce-home grown tomatoes. onions and spices, enriched with the Italian touch of pure olive oil. Delicious with spaghetti, omelets, meat loaf. BRAND HEW! in recloseable jars16 oz. and 29 oz. Mrs. Levine !s 'Mother of Year 1 • The best-kept secret of the : ear at Beth Sholom" > as dis %  d at Mothers' Da) sen i< es on May :• and 10 when Mrs S F Levine, president of the Beth Sholom I'TA. was chosen "Honor Mother Oi the Yea.' Mr.-. Levine. wife of Dr. Sanford Levine, who lives at 4315 No. Jefferson Ave.. was escorted to the pulpit by her three children, Herbert, Sherry and Diane, to receive the honor bestowed upon her by the Temple's spiritual leader. Rabbi Leon Kronish Mrs Levine was recently electid president of the PTA for the second year and will be formally Installed on May 31 at the Temple's annual installation dinner dance. BB Council Picks Mrs. Kern J $ i MRS. MAX S. KIRN SI t s. 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Lta May 22. 1964 •JfltticfLOtatifafi Page 3 A V* DIRECTORS JOSEPH M. UPTOK President LEO ROBINSON Vice-Presiden t 6US FEUER General Counsel GECRCF A MICE Vicc-President SAMUEL UPTON Director LEONARO BARR Treasurer IMIFORO L CLEMENTS Vice-Pretident and Secretary 1 xperience makes the difference... Dade Federal's outstanding growth and progress during \ the past 30 years has been closely linked with the growth of Dade County... a real tribute to the faith and the willingness of the people in this community to invest and plan for the future. Service and dependability, together with sound management, have become synonymous with Dade Federal. Our Board of Directors combine 353 years of business experience, knowledge and integrity to bring you the very best possible service for your savings and home financing needs. As Dade County continues to grow, Dade Federal will strive to keep pace with the needs of the community. It is our determination to maintain the same high standards that have always characterized Dade Federal services. Our aim is to continue to merit your confL* dence and support. j 6 Convenient Offices Serve Dade County ^ %m Officr 101 East Flaikr St. §f Allaptttah Branch: 1400 N. 36th St. North MMl Bunch: U37QN.W. 7th Art. *lll Timiim! BnncV IMI S.W. 8th St. Ktndall Branch: U.S. 1 it S.W 104th St. Edison Centtr Branch: MOO N.W.Tth Ave. -\ OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 210 MILLION DOLLARS



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|F:.-:V May 22. 1964 *Jewlst fhrkBan Page 11-B G.iys Diamond. Beth Torah Conqreqation faculty advisor ,e school's Keren Ami Council, is shown handinq Rabb A. Lipschitz, spiritual leader and member of the Jewish eration Budget Committee, a check for S200 collected bv school during CJA Sunday, Apr. 26, while Abraham J. son, education director, looks on. Beth Torah Elects Sneider New President sident <>f Belli Torah in i~ Richard M Sneidn ber ol the congregation I i\ u>jrr officers who "ill serve 196 \ >>'.' are: Executive \ Ice 'cni Irving Seidel; educaICI president, George Katzways and means vice presHoward Ralby; member ice president. Irving New•ninse vice president. Moreldman. vice president at Stanley Friedman; treasurel Gottehrer; financial seci:\vald Ziffer; recording ary, Mrs .Marcia Blauhut: "••ponding secretary. Mis S Schreiber. ider, a Miami resident since and a resident of Soutb Kloi .. since 1926, served as pres• of the Temple Men's Club • !!• %  was chairman of the ML: Committal during conion of the new edifice at K I7r.nl St He also served irman of the Board of Trusts 1961-62; vice president at 1962-64; and chairman of tl xecutive Committee, 1962RICHARD M. SNEIDfft years of service in the I'nited States toast Guard. Sneider married the former Vivian Shapiro They have three children. Laura Sue. Glenn and Janet. Sneider is associated with the Mutual Lite Insurance Co., of New York Miamian Prepares For (Future Career As Musician R( bi rt Deutsch, IT. oi L>:;I NT: 164th Ter., No Miami Beach, is anticipate | a i ret r in classical music The senior al North Miami I School ho,us io become a concert cellist after several more >i ars of stud] Among the performing groups in .' hich he is section leader are t 'c Miami Youth Symphony, the Kcrlh Miami Senior High School conceit orche-tra of which he is president, and the Contemporary String Quarcl which he helped ti und Deutsch also has been a memin r oi the University ol Miami [raining Orchestra, the Miami Beach Youth Symphony, the Gilc:t and Sullivan Opera Guild of •.nun. and Ihe Florida State 1 n.c Orchestra composed ol l'I rida's top ui!i; musicians He iias been hanored by being ;elected as one of two string players to solo with th? Miami Symphonic Society Orchestra in it; annual recital concert. Deutsch holda position mi the Principal's List at school with a 1.2 scholastic average. He is a three-year member (, i the interact Club at North Miami and is a .in mber ol the Advanced Biology .;;i-s which be enjoys second to music He has been recognized in the WestlnghOUSC and Ford Foundation science talent searches and the Dade County Science Fair lor his research in biology Recently, he was chosen runner up in the Florida auditions to the International Congress of Strums m Michigan this summer Robert has been awarded full tuition scholarships to Stetson Cmversity and the New England Con-i rvatory of Music in Boston. He has chosen to attend the Conservatory to prepare for his career I in ler v ahonored by mem%  f Beth Torah Congregation •1 with a testimonial dinner iresented ith a plaque for andtng work and insipra • n hireturn from three Continental x>s Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Name, Hall or Synagogue Viomi's Only "Shamer Shabfcos" tesfawronf Quality Par Excellence 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 *m HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT IOIHII CATIIEIS trim fears d'otuiru fa a camalefo feaffat TW 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE PR 42655 i-the strict supervision of the United Kashrus Association of Greater Miami Supervising Rabbi: Rabbi Abraham J Safra. OPEN MOUSE WEDDINGS BAI MITIVAHS KCEPTI0N1 ROYAL HUNGARIANS RESTAURANT "3' WASHINGTON AVE. Phone JE 8-5401 NOW BOOKING FOR THE SUMMtK MONTHS teganf Catering for Bar Mifivohs, Weddings, and all Social Functions E0 BtAUTIfUUY CATE'EO AffAIRS CRYSTAL ROOM of the LOMBARDY HOTEL SAXR-EIJ, "TU33 CATERERS Coll Mr. Weiss UN 6-6226 If No Answer Call UN 6-5278 II Ml It ISO SPANISH RESTAURANT Specialty of the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA" OPEN 11 AM Til 10 P.M. DAILY 2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone NE 3 9496 Installation Meeting Here 'Shorette installation and reg ular meeting of Jewish War Veterans North Shore Auxiliary. 667. will he hefd jointly on Wednesday. May 27. at the Washington Federal. Normandy Isle Branch. Mrs. Gertrude Solomon, president, will conduct the meeting. ChamAfoXbr NOW OPEN at 11:30 a.m. DAILY \ for LUNCH i CREAMED CHICKEN l. Kin, $1 AC ifioi •!•••• loWaa* STUFFED CABBAGE SM*-" $ 1.40 BEEF GOULASH %  road Noodles SI OO Fresh Vtestable I.OU MMhmti POT ROAST &f 1.85 Sandwiches.. Iteaks, Soups, Salads %  Daily Specials Cocktails f C.HANDLEH'S T 2 lst STREET off COLLINS MIAMI BEACH JE 8-3523 KING ARTHUR'S COURT The STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner rempfe Sinai Graduation Kinal program ol Temple Sinai pre-scho I will be grad uation exercises to be held at the 1 1 mple on \\ ednesdaf/. Applications for fall n (Ion in the nursey-kindergarten are now being accepted at the Temple. Conservatory In Dcnce Courses The Miami Conservatory, home of the Miami Ballet Company, is offer 1 ng ;i concentrated course in graded classical ballet for Bix weeks, starting June 8 and running through July 17. Cla-scs will he taught daily. Monday through Friday, in ballet, and for the intermediate and advanced classes, one day a week wil be devoted to modern and modern jazz. Ballet will he taught b) Laura Rose May, Robert Pike and Thomas Armour. Modern will he taught by Olga Suarez For a slight ad l tional charge students may study flamenco and other regional 1I..1 ces Spain u ith Ad im Otero li" i ,iArmi i r, president ol the Miami Conservator) and artistic director ol the Miami Ballet Company, is a "fellow" oi the Na tional Aca lemj ol Ballet and Mas been on the faculty of national teachers organizations for many years Armour founded the Miami Ballet in 1951 as a civic no.i-profit organization to form an outlet for the artistic talents of Greater Miami. Auditions are held in September and are open to all dancers in this area. Pianist Twins Will Perform The Vann tvi h i, Martin I hei for thi lecoi timi wiJ al Barrj I e Auditor i on Friday, 8 p.m., with 'tic Mil I y mphonii Societj Orchestra unthe direction ol Billie O'Da; Pupils ol Peggy Neighbors I win, the) are pla) i ig the first i emenl ol M iza t's Double Concerto In E flat. This is the first lime that there will be two pia phithe orchestra on the Harry College Btage. Sims of Mr and Mrs. Loin. Vann, 1851 SW 36th Ave., 14-yearold Martin and Steven have WOT many local, state anil national awards in the past five years, both. as soloists and dun pianists They are eighth grade honor students at Ponce de Leon Junior High. OPEN JUNE 21 THROUGH $*#% ROSHHASHONAH 9 & YOM KIPPUR* TO SEPT. 17th WITH 2 DELUXE MEALS EEnnna OAVIO ROSNERS urafe FUUV AIR CONDITIONED I D.elary La-vs Str.ctly Observed CONSTANT RAtBINICAL SUPERVISION MASHCIACH ON PREMISES On the Ocean at 67th Street Miami Beach CALL UN 6-0121 Per Person Double Occupsncy (39 Rooms) •Hifh Holy Days Rslss On Request THE FLICK A MOST UNIQUE AHD ELEGANT COFFEE HOUSE Presents FRED WILLIAMS famed Leader of The Felkslert AISO FCATUMNG BOB INGRAM BETTY PRESSLEY OZ BACK AND RON KIKASOLA H00TENANNY EVERY MONDAY NIGHT 5813 Ponce de Leon Blvd., CORAL GABLES Phone 666-8891 Showtime* 8:00 10:00 12:00 P.M. THE LERNERS Catering for All Occasions Established In 1945 sj****? FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. J^esfaurant JE 1-3987 MIAMI FACILITIES BEACH IH"N\I:HS SI<:IIYI<:I DAILY 4 P.M. to 10 P.M.



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?age 14-A Itmltf fUridtor Friday. May 22. \% { Striking Sparks In Jewish World A SIGN UPON MY HAND. By Marjorie Duhan Adler. 323 pp. New York: Doobleday. $4.95. M INING THE rich vein of minority sensitivities iboth profitable and popular in today's lit erary marketplace; the past ten or fifteen years mrc brought increasing numbers ot books by Jews about their expeneuces as Jews in America and attempts at evaluating what this special experience has meant to them as human beings. Most ot the Osaka bow been fairl> weU received; the Jew. articulate and analytical, has made himself understood as a symbol of the American immigrant ev mrtonrn, and it is apparently m term* of the MM* .1 thai -vmbol and the MMM *t %  ** %  •• M Mil of the American mystique of treedom and op•ortunity. that pubiK seceptaaei bat boon P Man] of the authors oi thOM hooka have struck -park* in their friction with the non-Jewish world, nd the -eit-hatred theme has Seen explored with [t( i t. rrifytng Jewish b>' calculated assaull •h< m of Bos squirming Mar ru Duhan Adlers novi theme, provokes onlj I i • S quh M rianne was the only child t firsl • Russian Jaws w h M enw ; : u • .,. [j %  snobberies I do so As i n arianne VMS uncomfortable both with Jews non-Jewish world to which site .i>v>ired. It is a little difficult to follow cither her real • g which i^ neither adroit nor intellectual, or her lew lor.rr.en: is a character, but the book takes lier thnmigh -< riaa ol unhappy incidents—an affair with a married man. an almost marriage to .i Gentile blueblood. a marriage with attendant dif [ten tie.-, an abortion—before her father's death. foe rea.-ons not clearly understood, brines her to ..n acceptance of her Jewishness The book was uie-i to express some kind of affirmation of eritage, but the disturbed, unhappy figure of Marianne seems only to have traded one kind of ticitm for another, especially since the profound lack of knowledge ol Judaism displayed in < book makes one question v.ist what it is she wanted. It is a curiously unsatisfying book. epi>odic in construction, with a diary-like auention to unim rtanl details, one which p rowo ke s irritation in-, -; t I f sj mpath] Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN A Dangerous Game THE FAILURE OF theAv,-%  lie.:-.—:-. G vexsmenl i -rliament the bill aimed at stopping derm..:. eking on weapons production abroad, hai hero a sharp rea.:. quarters which have hith.. a moderaU • -< understanding for the legal dif .wd in | tian of the envisaged passport -o now vividly disturbed over Bonn > behavior •.er.t \. week t > kesmai I .%  : i j in Israel's Tha '.-.-. anding re thej art %  so uaccavenl %  i ast the continued presence of I : an s jpport alition p-nand for nip a campaign I rii world public opri rvoiced over the pas waafci More and more people here now fee! that the CM* followed the tna. m I>Joseph Ber. Gal last year should have never beer. riaa who tber. objected to this nne of action A fall year has passed and. except for nic ed statements no effective step has as yes been take* Bow tc put an end to the work of itin Egypt -here they are building up a war machine which—in Mr Nassers own words—;> icteaded for the oiUmaU oe:.T, of the State of facOOL The bare truth is that the German scientists in at oa well as the whole German colony there, which idea experts in various fields—enjoy the fatherly .-.age of the West German Embassy there Copitol ctfa hf.By JESSIE HAIPERW Becker Amendment Stirs Angry Rumble Washington M UDDLED, CONFUSING, vague and emotional as the issues are. in the last several months, no topic on the agenda of the House I .ludiciarv Committee has received more mail than the Becker Amend ment which would overule thi IKS and 1963 Supreme Court deeis* banning prayer ami Bible r. tng in the public schools. ^i,, t ..*n The present amendment. House Joinl Resolution 693 sponsored by Republican Congressman mm E. Becker ol New York is an Bttempl I i eompro. mise and pull together in %  siogU efl ri o\er i* other meaaures proposing constitutional amendmoots ."i religion in the pu "'> 11 .i 693 i%  %  h K, trs or Bll > as lony a> > I Si pn mi Being in or institi' Long before I with consideratioi %  • ess" and as "< nate ralig Southern politiciai the stater eiil I S iprem. sions thi • they put th< S now thet w. circles it is BOW realized that there is an obvious overlap o( those who are in favor ol the Becker Amendment and those who are opposed to the civil rights bill. Too. the politicians so concerned with the Beck er Amendment have not had an easy time m doJurtailed hoi quaiit) Jews alone But. alas, il is • rt ,'ev.ish community of this IS <; '• %  : ..pprec:.!!. ll Rusi nly .: comporai I i -ii opinion :inform) -rrophe The l ol the Amenc; pres* %  ki mon than oghaoaora rtl conference in WOahh seal Daiffareno • Hn.ei rauasjK. one in every ll Jews rxtam in the !9aos i .: the nhyhuol SCBJOI N>\. II NUuia Kbi :er his c uan • the earth tottoc Hitter's iroetiies tually incapacitotod. And while th euM ....... I in; W" hat ... • %  •• told and rel the speakers In Rusi s not i -• • %  • • to it that every Jem is stamped Jew H .i member ol tin 100 and more nationalifgroups B^ • ia Interest i> enough, it was The National Observ.: :, Dow Jones sad Companj weakkp, thai !>d itie ample to the H .ti-m In a most comprehensive articli • v rlj four columns, thai and then went or. ^ : A to do that ihat is going to happen to Jei • out.-i • • !> with r< _..r-j to their raapoBS :ties fw the Russian so irsje that lews i ver>where r!ie spectre h. ion of ail spiritual, cm lira nsuistii ind JoorUfa cor.:. saj thai the spectre haunt:: % Amer.real threat of dimimit pmahsbip no reasonable student ot the Amerieu ;. be alarmed b> tlM ^hsr? ait affects the Jewiih 0O> lor, plus the drying up ol lh -treaniif ii nist trends will certainly • '. Otsh populjrs4 II whether ten v M Saturdaj • Ahittling awaj si "* %  '•••• %  %  Jewish life ipmanahip. an,-tently ni %  • r **" n it of this efl ... oan wet I Between Yu r-^j M P BV C0RIS SM01AR Elaborate Plans for Eshkol Visit ELABORATE PREPARATION' •i beuii. Lev. Kreally state i tail to this i try. An • th* I -,t wiU be ar. ,v,-i i MM : ntajot impartSBK.I ia th v eh rela; „ n | x i • hut lor a long time to COOM i mpo ant per %  ••""ties n v ^ Israel that an ^esKien, of the I tVT< u visil Thev pnfnt % %  i'tenuer David B with Tresuient Kennedy ference which was %  This is not the case with Mr. Eshkol which iformal and public It is the lir>t led by a President of the In t i the head of the Israel Government S(v. pertaoca is attached to the Johnson-Eshk. "iR because of the simiiantv in the temperament <'i both statesmen it is noted in Waihingl lMl Premier Eshkol is. like President Johnson I P^ "Jr\ able |i neeoiiaif matters quietly, arltk excitement, and without provoking any irr This is considered abeing very imp



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Lay. May 22, 1964 %  lenltf nrridFton Page 13-E liter to DADE COUNTY VOTERS from MELVIN J. RICHARD YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS SUPPORT HAYDON BURNS M E LV, N J. <=*?r MIAMI -jssm'zz-* May 18, 196** Dear Friend: rnor .;^SSf^-"' ; xi '".-'"" %  ,„,...— r.r*"' bigot or a ... : Thc in-lMt'* ^t '"< DV "-^ ;on with distinction. 6in < ""'^h/haf served l th. <*,..< .. : v .P.e,|: %  e T ,nn,sse. Boms ^ ^ rfj*„^ re ,han one *.... -*J SaSTti: nation in M.U • j.cK^ov.U. hundred *P' h 4 thr0 9 h ..„, Ha( ,ona Fu*d O^B. •* *,„ ut „ accord_, ,| I960, at the '-'f" ,;„„ providing. This nity • ,i 9 ht o v'V e.tlW .„ J.c snv, e .B.^ ,.,, shou d BiH. The Her. %  I I I I I K XI \l( I IS X SXII I II I XI III l< I I'l II I III FRFFLAND CKKSAP SlXlllS KI HIS lusl I'll XI Xlti.is IKX ISI M III 1 XI \S I I I.I SI I SI II" XK/. ISI / kKl SskX Cll XKI IS Xlill MIS |AI I HKI I N F\ ill N 111 I k X XI I I S i .. il i '111 Ki Lot is E. win I MIX xxiii i IK com s II. I HINDI K KXX XII1ND I WISE D\\ ID I'liRl IN DXX I HIKXI XN MAX IIDDKKMAN JDSFI'll KllsK Lot is x\. ELLIN IDNR V AIIRXII XXIs S. SIDNEY RAFFFI. HENRY SINCE XIR Al SIIERM XS CHARLES ••CHICK'col Hill Ki. SXXI I.EEK XI XX II XBKR SAl I. XXEINCARTEN I X( K Jl SI UK MORRIS III K Ii k ALLAN E. I irkis Jill HAKE DR. RIIBER I XI M.DON XX II.I I XM I IE WILLIAM siuiKI NSTEIN FRANK I.EX I IAS JOSEPH (il RSTEN KXV ^ ISIS IIAKKX I KI XSi.l K JKSEI'll I'ARDD IRX ISC III HI RXHV : %  I XKI I s i ill KslllIN DR. J XI K I XI K XIII SCIIIISI II 11 XDKIXS IIIXI DR SI YXHll R KKl ISI KR KI SSI I II SI.KIU sKX XIII I i IN SXII I II XKIX X l.ill ITK KIHII It I s, IIXXI DIE MilS IXI.I I Knsl SHI Kl, HI XIKIl I KISi. sxxtl il xii I SUN STANI IX XKkIN i inx mn i i \ is DR J X l.ltl I Sillll sl III SK X l.l XX I IV Ii I'. 'XII KII'NIS 1 XI KI N( I II ISI .111 D sX IIHXX xllll i.l in:,.I l-.i K I M XN J XI K SXNIll I R 1IXIXIX I.KII'I'il HI KM XN I Oil IN III KXI XS X I I II K Ii \\ .Ii III llsl II MARTIN SIMPIRO III KS XKI1 ski XKI W XX II I I XXI XI XRi I s RON XI D XI.I K I i.l SI i. XKI II I I) I' XI I XI XKKll. JR. I.IUKI.I i.llllllXIXN II \\ ID M X\ sll'NI X XI Xss Kul.I K I I Isl SXI \S f He I v i n j_ Richard )H TUESDAY CAST YOUR VOTE FOR IAYD0N FOR GOVERNOR LEVER 1A



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MeMay 22. 1964 knlst ncrMinr Page 13-A ve/i ICJIOMS & crvices Ik ,-H ISPAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ayr *, I>I Saturday B:SO a.m. h \l:in, *'n of Mr. ami .1 Trailna. Harmon; "Tin* I ,i Teaching? of Jurtit#5 (JUeehend Nath.in H Zwilcnan. C,intoi Alexvali Miof Mr. and ander Cohen. I'C SHALOM CONCREGA. SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Israel Kershner. CANDLEUGHTING T/AK 11 Sivan — 6:44 pjn. |S-t EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave. ..itive Rabbi Abraham Sch. AVID 3625 SW 3rd Ave. Con• RabOl Norman N. Shapiro. WiHiam W. Lipson fi i' ini. | •• %  in Bar li .I..TI I v.v ill. Mm ol -Mi -,,| i ;..-, nbefl • L. 500 SW 17th Ave Orthot|>i Solomon Schiff. Baturda) H 10 .i in I'll. Ii-n> ill I InBovlel "AEL 711 40th St Orthoiii H Louis Rottman. — • ACOB 301-311 Washington thodOB R.ibbi Tibor Stern. .lam i Mamches. • ODES < "01 SW 1?th Ave. Traditional Rabbi Max •or Fred Bernstem a MI Si-rm-in "The Mni' h.i "i i' in Portion nf iiiiLau Thi l Ma imonlriV* It} ..f III.!• lutautndlne Pi roonalii-t." Saturday :• a.m. SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. MS Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah. mias. • TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Con. servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. l-"inl.i\ K:l.* |i in iMtaltatlon of officers i>l cunirregailon, siM.rh i ami Men's Club, flue*) speaker Metro • 'ommlMiloni >r Alexander Uor.inn Knturda.i fl I* a.m Bar Mltavah: I.Mi ami |fra Mai • in I:. .-.II .._ TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.. So. Mumi. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Ba imgard. Cantor Charles Kodner N In 1in Kermon "The i. w I I'lllon Pi Offrfl in • % %  |oln mil I.'MW 1.1. i >.i\ oi i'i ,i -. In .1 !.1 %  • Katui .la v b> InKJ ii-i %  %  ui %  \" • rli .. TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. rviiia.N S:3n p.m. Sermon: "The PrieMtly Benediction." Saim-ila\ N 10 a.m. Car Mltxvnh: Bdwln, HUH of i .Mr. ami MrDavid S.lilff. ~— • T TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing, ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cinlor Hirsh Adler. l-'ii-l.i\ il |i.in. Salurilav !• a.m. liar Mltavah: Toby, von of Mr ami Mrs. Sin Irli.n Kpwtor. Baa Mltavah: Kaolins, dauirhter "i Mr and Mrl-'i.-ri. ri. k Sleln Kleharri fJabrteL Michati upper, • TEMP*,E TiFERETHJACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative Rabbi Hyman Gross. i-'riiia>8:13 pin Saturday !• a.m Sermon: vvVssSkry Portion." • TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave. Conservative Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. Prlila> vir. p.in. Saturda) B:4S %  m i__ a TEMPLE 2I0N. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Leo Urlich. FYldaj 1:80 p.m. I'HT Vrniili fJrnnp !.. be iiiM.iii.il. si-lth Victor Deutohinan. paal pr.-.-nli nt. lurnini: '%.• the navel in Joel I'enlck. Saiunla/j '. i m Bar Mltavah: Arnold, aon %  Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Roaenbarg • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Werniek. a YOUNG ISRAEL 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox. Raobi Sherwin Stauber. Krlday 6:30 p.m. Saturday K:M a.m. A rmon: "Challenge of Our Tim..' £ CONGREGATION. Hwy. Conservative. I April. Cantor H • • •• I > \i • '|i i li lid I'-ii.liShabbal npm Sal in 'i.i. > I %  — a EL. Riiph 139 NW 3rd *ve. Kneger. tecrea TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. I ridav K:I5 n.ni. Sermon: 'The Kalinii.nDintrovem) Itaalng Among JVWH in England TEMPLE JUDSA. 320 Palermo Ave. Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Canto.Gordon Richards l-'riiia.v vr. p.m. Katunla} la:Jn < m I'-ai Mltxvah Konalil son ol Mi and Mi. Summ i M.I 1.1 TEMPLE MENORAH. 6?0 75th St. Conservative. R.iiibi Mayer Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein. 1 i. 30 p in Sainida) B -i in l :.n Milxvali .1. •: i. %  -..ii ..r \l and -.:. \i;i i lui li .%  rmon Pol I .-li .-I III. I...U \| .-i w l'-i: Mil/ \| Ml' • • kl> Poi i — e •FILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or. • Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky — e RA.I ib4th St. and NE 11th .-•se'vit.ve Ralibi Max LipCantor Ben-Zion Kirschen. |. in Baa Mltavah lugtttei ni Mi and Mr* tailurda) t a.m -i i 1 i -I. -.nil .. i.ii Poi nun a — II .DERDALE EMANUEL '801 ews Ave. Reform. Rabbi M, Leviton. — a ~^— ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree '.hodox. Rabbi Alexander S. c |i in Saturday I a m -% % %  preai li. Min< ha 8 l • t rfi CLiMTER. 3175 SW 25th servative. Rabbi Shmaryahu -y Cantor Loan Cohen Sal ui da \ B:4i i.rn StOI v ..f Am. i, e *H ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave Rabbi David Lehrfield h 'in Seif I A. .. ETZ CHAIM 1544 A\,e. Orthodox. Rabbi -'eld a O N G R EGATION i Rj Modern Traditional — e .1V 911 Normandy Or Rabbi Phineas Wei n E-ST CENTER 6438 SW 8th /• Rabbi Zevi Greenr =V\PLE EMANU-EL '01 WASHINGTON AVE. M^omi Beoch h several openings for HrOAY SCHOOL TEACHERS 1964-65 school year. •hwf fca earfrfM and licensed 'o' :ode C*unfy School System. r 1 "" send complete biographical ""' %  notion with application. TEMPLE BfTH EL OF HOLLY. WOOD I3SI S 14th Ave Reform. Rabbi Bamu i Jaffa Sermon "In he I-' i %  %  %  S.II UI -I ij .ih i "i i. ml M I li Hi no ni e TEMPLE BETH SH RAH 7f00 SW 180th St Roni uctionlal R.'lihi Moris Skoo Cantor Herman Gottlieb. a TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollyvo„ Mom >•• Bt Cons rvatlve. Rabin Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Stem I — a TE V1PLL BE f-l SHOLOM 4144 Chase Ave L beral Ranri Leon Kronish. Cantor David Convisei. hrliia) k;i."i p.n >• rmon \\.Dun \'ni ii. HI -i. Ra rurdaj Ifl 19 a m I '.ii M -.v..' Hrlii n .--. ..ii. aon of Mi an.I Sim Irvlnx Kuxhn No Baj Rd — e TEMPLE BNAI ABRAHAM. 387 I.if TEMPLE NER TAMID 80th St. and Tat-in Witcway. Modern Traditional. Rabin Eugene Labovitz Cantor Baul H. Breeh. I i. %  s.15 Im llruilual ill exerI B • h i • %  i' h rri I'ul %  I Iilmaii. M %  i ii .1 .. i If. It/.ni. in. I'I i .. ltd hard ll'l I'l lill W %  Whai tin rn ah Mi amI %  M< • %  lui i..r l.if. .-I'II ; .i m — a TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conserv.i 11 v8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel Apni. Cantor Qarahon Levin Prlfln v ^ 3n pni i' .ii Mr.', Ill M m nl Ml ami Mm Jm k i 'i ini n e TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI 121CO NE 16th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale Pilda> s la |. in Sermon: "The Bole tinLayman In t'ong-refcatlonal From left are Herbert S. Shapiro, chairman of the Gifts and Legacies Committee of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, last-year recipients of the Megiddo Award of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, offering congratulations to Judge Harold B. Spaet and Stanley C. Myers who were given the unique citation at the annual luncheon for attorneys qiven by the Friends this week. Duo Receive Megiddo Award Salaru.ii II Bui MII/.Fun Must Never Replace Joy in the Jewish Home By RABBI SAMUEL APRIL Tempi* Or Olom A most significant insight by a modern Biblical commentary on an Otherwise obscure observation dramatically delineates the charge in Judaism's tradition toda) Whereas, it was formerly true that man would sfray from the path ol the Torah. or wisdom, only because of ••Ruach Shtus"—a foolish impulse—toda>. most men perform a mitzvah, fulfill a religious precept, only in the case 01 acquired, v I-I behavior Today, we think we must understand full} every ethical and ritual precept—or else, why practice It? Tinmature religious lentiment "responds lavorabl) in certain habitual ways t.i the ultimate principles" we cherish, says Gordon Allport Perhaps this is the hidden force behind the dispute between Drs Brodie and Jacobs, possibly the British counterpart ol the American problem concerning the vanishing, 01 rather. deJudaiz Ing Jew. I huniblv -ubmit that MM must inevitabl) choose between joy in our Judaism and fun under the sun iour ultimate end. "Pun" ll the mOSl overworked. overtired, overused word In our vocabulary "Fun isn't work, that's WO) it'~ tun." the) MJ If so, then why do we work so hard to ha\e fun" Why is it more arduous, tediOUS, and joyless than the most strenuous physical labor? Every day is a Members ol the (lilts and Legacies Committee of the American Friends ol the Hebrew University and an overflow attendance nt indues and attorneys participated in the annual bequests program luncheon ol the Friends this week at the Uupont Plaza Motel, when .Indue Z. W Zeltner. ol Tel Avi\\ spoke on the "Emerging Legal System of Israel." Herbert S. Shapiro, newly-designated chairman ot the Gifts and Legacies Committee, welcomed the famed Israeli jurist and explained the bequests program. During a question and answer period conducted by co-host of the luncheon. Stanley C. Myers, the task of the Law Faculty of the Hebrew University in a country with a new ly-developing legal language.. end at 1700 SW 62nd Ave. American Friends ol the Hebrew University in Ne York City on Ma) 23 and 24 Attending from Greater Miami will be Mr, and Mrs Jack S. Popick, president ol the South Florida Division. Mr i Mrs Herbert S Shapiro, Mrs Oida C. Rubin, Dr. and Mrs Signuind Fogler. Mr. and Mrs, Herman Basch, Mr anu Mrs, Joseph I Yanich, regional director, and Mrs Edyth II. Geiger West Miami May Festival West Miami Woman's Club held its annual May Festival last week no jury system, special religious courts for marriage and divorce problems and an inheritance of at least half a dozen law systems in that many languages was described by Zeltner as "a unique contribution by a university to a nation." Judge Harold B Spaet. chair man of the luncheon, received a Megiddo Award in recognition of Ida many years of devoted Interest in the bequests program of %  he Hebrew University, along with Myers Shapiro announced the forthcoming national conference "i the Theme was •Americanism vs. Communism." Judges for the May Queen contest from local junior high schools included Edith Zipp. fashion coordinator and Jew ish Floridian columnist, and AI ROSCO, of the Burdine'S Advertising Department. IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR A "BEST BUY" IN HOMES YOU'VE FOUND IT! $100 Down As little as $60 Month Serving Miami 15 Years. ALTMAN INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE 210 N.W. 8th AVE. Ph. 377-9655 We Handle Insurance of AH Kinds %  RABBI SAMUtL APRIL overworked word fun day do "fun" things, eat "fun" foods, build "fun" homes, enjoj "imi living! 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race 6-B +Jn*i< h. ird 1 enda con man. will ip ik • Mai Aster, caaee of Sha\ %  Lr ^ Mizrcch: Worrier, of Greater Miami chapter! hoBOf devoted workers with a token of Jewish National Fund trees cs the perfect symbol of iediration to Isrcei. Making presentations '•'..Alfred Stone F'.orida coordinator to left to right Mrs. Sarah Silverstein Miami Beach Chapter; Mrs. Sam Herman A v v a Chapter: Mrs. Max Gluck, Dcv Chaptei Mrs Francis Goldberg Bctya Ch Mrs Harold Zelkowiu Kinnorel Zamora Ladies Spinoza Forum to Meet Install Officers r %  z S jlled at the chair %  -hcod pa-t president. Mn %  man, inducted the %  tc Mrs Sam Altman. preSid Lueker Mrs Ann Goldberg, vice president.*: Mrs Israel Mrs Abe Goldstone Lou Charter, secretaries: an GoWy. treasurer. Dorothy Greenberg. parha• "anan Board memberMrs Leo Eskr< MrMichael Fiedler. Mr g Klein. MrMichael S< h ihu r Spmoz3 Forum for aduH i tion meet> Thursday mon 1030 to 12 noon, in the auditorium Federal. 1234 Washin :' Ave Next Th. Abraham Worfson will | a sun mary of the five lectures or, S Ota and Socrates" Beth Moshe Now Registering Beth Moshe Nursery. Junior and Senior Kindergarten are now registering children ages 3 to 5. The school has a staff of registered teachers, and its program includes arts and crafts, music, dance, field trips, creative expreSiOn and extensive reading and writing readme-Transportation is available to the school at 13630 \V Dixie Hu> •Socialite ... t>u Continued from Page IB ~r:dil luncheon>. one floral dec%  rated table occupied by Carl GoodJdn, the bridegroom's fath Nussbaum. father of :he bride, her grandfather. MorAlpert. uncles Zane Alpert tnd Bob Merreft Other guests ng the songs, poetry' and \ edding bells dedicated to the Isabel K^fi y r ove soon-to-be-wed couple. Mrs. Irving Cypen. Mrs Rose Zigmund. Mrs. Nat HanKoff. Mrs. Eva Blum. Mrs. Joseph Lipton. Mrs Fred Jones. Mrs. Harry Magid. Mrs Max Weitz and Mrs. Shepard Broad Kinneret Chapter Plans Exercises Wednesday Eve Thir a erases : K %  • Aaron Hi rsl PI MrQlj Stone. S theast ordinator of Mi ute the hone"dedicated service to I ization." and Rabhi Sol m will install the following Mrs Theodore Sal dent: Mrs Moris Sol Ram. vice preside Nuhomovic. treasu Lei Oster Mrs Seym Mrs. Iruin Block. Miss S Geltner secretari> Mrs Emory Grt • Martin Hirsch will refreshment Serving en mittee are Mrs Solon chairman. Mesdami Martin Hirsch. Aaron Hi Emory Green. Hershel Bi Miss Esta Karpell Distinctively Different ij -C-BSSOronce :•' zz s z' for averj z::z%.or, to re-e-ce. weddings, reception! con. firmol z-s end orgor K>1 zafta rj take :on ccred meor.rg ond srotvr...a compliment To your gjes's — w-ecz'Z'z h. %  •"-* c: txperti MAKE IT THE NEWlt DECORATED BARCELONA TC :;.-. RHM Spaclal Part, tar.ac m superb faih.on tettlna tnat •ill raflact your good tasta. .CONFIRMATIONS a RECEPTIONS • WEODINfH BANQUETS a MEETINGS a PARTIES A Tata a ft. or a gal. ert^KatK>n wltH 3.500 au.tt. Charlea Millar. Fecut.v* F 0O d Q. EAUVILLE 7" • mptiment to y-our gui —an invitation to have your function catered by Fontaineblcau experts ...u i th '••lerages and senict uorthy c, | riofj moot beautiful hotel. BANQUETS • WEDDINGS IlECEPTIONS Alto available Knshrr catering and personalized Fi.nUir.ebleaa catering at your home CAU BANQUUET DEPABTVENT JEgemm 8-8811 ON TM OCCAM AT 4fc _aTWHT • MIAMI %  !*( make it memorable! •.. svperb service .. incomparable facilities for PRIVATE PARTIES • BANQl WEDDINGS a LUNCHEONS MEETINGS a COCKTAIL PARTIES let UJ show you our beautiful private rooms and exquisite public rooms wakh include Pompeii, Mona Lisa, Empire. Imperial, Regency Lounge. Important reminder: Eden Roc is world famed for gourmet food and flawless service. For >our next occasion, why don't >ou >isit with in—you'll be delighted! JACQIXS OSTADAi, Ere !" *.* faWPirrrt.' HtONfi 1-1M1 | OCUNfXONT 45th fa 47rfc SH. MIAMI KACH ETS f^ You'll find complete $ facilities to exactly satisfy %  Mines. Meeting, + your needs in the Ksmet, Banquet, or # Aloddin, Scheherorode ond Special Occasion J Roboiyot Rooms, be it for a A wedding or a private party! •t the PHONE: UN J.fSIl E OCCAM AT 7lt, iTMfT M M | 9tl A^ for Inlormatloni HAZEL ALLISON Catering OlrajctO'. JE 1-6061 St. • COIMei* A



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Friday. May 22. 1964 :lmist> ffrriaFi&n Page 7A i4 M m Terr.!e Emanu-El 1964 graduatinq class in:op row (left to right) Barnard Nusbaum, r.e Cypen, Lane Cari'n. Harold Pincus. Tarcsow. education director, Dr. IrvLehrman, Mrs. Ida Porush, class teacher, Schneidei, Paul Weintraub. Michael Insier. Sscond row are Ellen Epstein. Erna Zemel, Janet Reiff, Jan Gars, Candy Silver, Marti Harris. Mindy Mitnick. Lidia Epalbaum. Fror,t row ore (seated) Pamela b.aiolenki, Michelle Newman. Shellie Miller, Teresa Bccuus, Dale Klein. Carlo Pollack. Temple Emanu-Ei Gradutes Students Raphael K Yunes, chairman. Board ol Education of Temple Emanu-El, announced that Religious School graduation took place on Friday evening during regu labbath services. Students received diplomas and participated in a specially-written Golden Heritage also marked Tom annual uhserv Hamoreh, Jewish and a special tri to the school lae Lohrniati greet RICHARD SffCft Micmians Get Capitol Hill Posts Richard Siegel. 19. son of Mr it, Harrj SiegeJ, 83oo s\v and Howard Korman. 18, in i Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Forum, :oi Biseayne Point Kd, li.in ade Junior College stulents, have won appointments to mal internships this • r from the Florida Center I i tion in Politics In Wash D.C -r. graduating this spring Kuw .ile of Arts Do^n e e Ilia internship in tinFlorida Rep. Samuel (lib Porman, a Brst-year rtu ill he assigned to the ol Rep. Claude Pepper ties will include office pro uork alignments dealing %  %  < -s. legislation, patronage Eerest groups, research and \ i..r l>ills. press releases. television and radio statements, committee and subtee meetings cantata, "Our The occasion pie Emanu-EI' ance ol Yotn Teachers' Day. butc w .i~ pai i U tv I r lr\ in ed tii!' graduates and teachers rid spoke on "The Glorious Chain .'i Tradil on Class valedictorians were Lidia, daughtt r of Mr and Mrs, Sholem Epelbaum, and Teresa, daughter ol Mr and Mrs. Joseph Bachus. Other members ol the graduating Class were: Pamela, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Andred Kialolenki; l.ane. son ll Mr and Mr-. Dennis Carlin; Wayne, son ol Judge and Mrs. I'vlng Cypen; Ellen, daughter ot Mr and Mrs I.eon Epstein; Jan. Ad Firm Staffer M Upton, president, ill Federal Savings and Loan lion of Miami, announced %  i k the ele< non of c. George '•• i lo the post of a-sislant president in charge of the -1 division of the MortLoan Department. and W. Hume, formerly as%  I auditor, to assistant secreibunemenl Division of the ion's Mortgage Loan De Hollywood Lodge Of B'nai B'rith Elects Officers Hollywood Sunshine Lodge of B'nai B'rith elected the following officers and trustees to serve for Ihe coming year President, Leon Dickoff; vice presidents, Douglas Kaplan. Rabbi Samuel A. Jatle, ami Rabbi Morton Malavsky; chaplain, Al Lichtenberg Financial secretary. Fred Klein, corresponding secretary, Sam Oblet/: recording Secretary, Henry I. Kaye; treasurer. David II, Har i is; warden. Harold Babes. Three year trustees Joseph Flandshu, David Sokolow, Louis Charnovv. Charles Daniels. Jonas Sehacter, Mars Sloan and Ansel A. Wittenstein Two-year trustees, Herman Aienson. Jules Fischbein. David Greenberg, Jacob Harrison. Charles .lalfe. Dr. Samuel Miller aud Rabbi David Shapiro. One-year trustees. Frank Fosman, Maynard Abrams. Leon Blander. Julius Green, Jack Ber man, Colemau Rosenfield and David 1'ortnoy T* CIRCUS INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITI SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Delivered Any wnrrt U S.A. Bushel $495 Half ** MAIl ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED BONDED-INSURfO-fiUARANTffO • 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710FR 4-8783 FREE ORANGE JUICE WE PACK EM RITE HERE 8 AM TO 10 I'M DAIIY Business and Professional Kupat Holim Names Jacob Rifkin New Chairman '( >!> Rifkin lias been named I hail IfH! t and 196."i ot the Miami Business and Fro. lotial Council ot Kupat Holim. ir'o.mi i-iii > i ol Ritkin's app hitmen! was made here Wed,ie day tj Mrs Anna Brenner Mey rs. outgo ng chairman Meyers ileaving the ofin th" pn ss <-i her wide .aiietj ol civic, professional and charitable activities, including her "i-ition as a member of the Dade .'in stj Board ai PublicInstruction, Rifkin, the rcw chairman, has been a Tri :tee cf the Israel Bond camnaigr. for ihe past 13 years, and is active in a variety of Israeli institutions, including Hebrew University and Technion. He is a founder of th" Greater Miami Rehabilitation Center in Beersheba, Israel The center is currently nearing completion and was built through partial, sponsor ship of construction costs by the Business and Professional Council here Rifkin is a member of the Bud gcl Committee ol the Creator mi Jewish Federati n an I ol the Board ol Din ctors ol Temple B< in Shol m A champagne dinner banquet was held in Ritkin's honor lasl De cember by the Business and Pro1 ssional Council lor Kupt Holim Rifkin received the Ilistadrut •Man ol the Year" Award at the dinner in honor of his "outstanding son of Mr and Mrs. lruin Gars; Marti, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Harris; Michael, son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Insler; Dale, son ii Mr and Mrs. Ben Klein: Shellie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ger shon Miller. Mindy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Mitnick: Michelle, r. ughter of Mr and Mrs Milton Newman: Bernard, son ol Mr and vis Aaron Nusbaum; Harold, son i I Mr, and Mis Jack I'iniui.irla. daughter ol Mr, and Mrs Irving Pollack. Janet, daughter ol MrAnne Reiff; Lloyd, son of Mr, and Airs Hank Schneider; Robin, daughter ol Mr ami Mrs Herbert Silver; Paul, son ol Mr and Mrs Sigmund Weintraub; Erna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Hebert Zemel. JACOB RlfKIN efforts on behali 'i the Greater Miami Medical Center in lieersheba." The center will be dedicated on July 10. Taking part will be leading members of the Israel Government, a; well as officials of Histadrut and Kupat Holim, medical arm of Histadrut. Local delegates attending the event will he Rabbi Leon Krot ish, honorary chairman of the Creator Miami Histadrut Committee; Sam !-' 'instein, president; A oshe Herman executive director; and Julius E Cooper, a founder ol the center !n-Service Program Expand ng at Cedars Hospital With the completion of Cedars ol Lebanon Hospital's upper three floors, Administrator S. K. Bi-.n siein this week announced inauguration of an expanded in-service program under direction of Ihe Women's Auxiliary President Mrs. Tod Lotterman said two now orientation programs lor volunteers -irr now availabli Classes are hold Mondays, 8:30 a.m. and 2 p.m.; Tuesdayand Wednesday 8 30 a.m. and 12 noon. "Auxiliary members are required to complete these streamlined courses to learn about the new ( onstant Cardiac Care Center and other innovations which have I %  en added." said Mrs. Loltern an, noting that Cedars' bed capacity is now 858, and addiiional volunteers arc needed t<* assist patients Assisting with interviews of volunteers are Mesdames M E. Glasser, Benjamin Oren and Stanley Watts mmm IF PRESENTED FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT AND ENJOYMENT BY THE MIAMI-GABLES DISTRICT ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA FEATURING SENSATIONAL CONTRALTO SALWA MERRIGE OUTSTANDING TENOR FAMOUS CHARACTOR ACTOR RENOWNED VIOLINIST WILLIAM MICHEL BOGDAN ROYAL GIBSON CHRUSZCZ IN A CONCERT OF ISRAELI, INTERNATIONAL AND CLASSICAL ENTERTAINMENT SUNDAY, MAY 24th 8:30 P. M. MIAMI BEACH SR. 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kiday. May 22. 1964 Unistrhrfdinn Page 5A Bk I B<*^n Wt*" M ss* A ^§J BJJL afjjpjj^ ^i> %  K %  I^OI • IttiA 1 1 %  %  (, i 8 1 1 ..ft. 11 V^JI M| i llii it lidw.'H i'i CHSB. Both David Religious School junior rabbi and chanters for the I unior congregation are (left to right) Robert Tanenbaum. Julian Genet, Junior Rabbi Bruce Jamison, Harold Scherr and Mark iSiniU. outh Officiate At Beth David mior Congregation of Beth 3„\:il Religious School conduct rning .services in the main larj on Saturday. Sen ing as the junior rabbi was liace Jamison. Chanters were !i (Jonet. Harold Scherr. lark Sirull and Robert Tanenpum, and Rebecca Hoodwin and lichard Maxwell delivered serlettes. Bruce Berber. Martin Bilsker. I: hard Friend, William Gompers, Uan Kaplan. Mitchell Kellner. Don Rosenthal and Charles Werner reach the Torah. and Stephen Reiter introduced the Sedrah. Blyae Berkowlti, Robin Lundy. Wendy N'edbor. Cheryl Ram, Stephanie Rose, Cynthia Toppell, Cheryl Tytell and Marcia C'ypen chanted the Haftarah. after an Introduction by Stephen Dresnick. .loan Horwick. Ralph Kazcr, Barnett Schwartxman and Marcie Sokolotf lot! the congregation in English readings. URIilG THE WEEK... US I SEE IT Continued from Pag* 4-A ip And I shall remember his predilection for .i't plain walk rig in the sand along the shore to measure the sea and sky. Inhere he undoubtedly did some {personal poetizing to exalt his [soul, willy nill\. right out of Miami. I shall remember, as well, ins ity to observe the human and make startlinglj Intel• and frequentl) prophetic remarks about it. I shall remember his capacity to formulate ideas, to impress them upon others, and to move peonle in the direction of acting upon them. 1 shall remember Nate I'erlmutter as a friend and the long talks into the Wee hours. And. for a long time. 1 shall not be able to stop wondering, perhaps with an uncontrolled sense of covetousness, who In New York is now listening and being moved Bonn Asks For Nazi's Ouster BONN (JTA) The West German Government asked the Government of Egypt this week [or the extradition "i Hans Walter '/.' ch Nciintu ich. who escaped from a Brunswick maximum securitj prison on Apr 23 four days after h< was sentenced to four years lor complicity in the murder of .">.2(>o Jews in the Nazi held Pinsk Ghetto. A warden at the Brunswick prison has been arrested in the ease Der Stern, a West German magazine, reported that two Of its reporters recognized the former SS i Ilicer as he emerged lrom a Cairo hotel. Der Stern reported that, in a tape-recording of an interview the Nazi gave the reporters, he said his escape had been arranged by an organization of former Nazi officers and that other convicted Nazis would be helped to escape. He was quoted as saying "I could have left my cell at any time I wanted, even in evening dress. You will see that others also will disappear." Der Stern said that its reporters traced the Nazi through Greece and Lebanon. He fled from West Germany in a private plane that landed in Basle, Switzerland. There is no extradition treaty between West Germany and Egypt, and it appeared unlikely 'hat the Government of Egypt, a haven for former Nazis would comply with Bonn"s extradition request. The opposition Social Democratic Party decided this week to raise in the Bundestag the issue of the Nazi's escape. They plan to ask how it was possible for the Nazi to have had his passport with him in prison, which facilitated his escape to Switzerland. Announcing Canadian Lord Calvert. This is as fine a whisky as ever came out or Canada We're bringing this whisky across the border in barrels because this is the only way we can • t to you at a reasonable price. B\ bottling it in the U.S.A., we gave enough j in taxes and height to shave about a •• off the price of every fifth! llie wlii^k) itself is something of'a triumph. \ blend of great whiskies from five different ns of Canada. This is a history-making event in the v. hisky business. You might say it calls for a drink. Joseph M. Lipton (left), president of Dade Fedeial Savings anc Loan Association of Miami, meets with Jose Vazguez Mendez head of the Mexican Tourist Commission in Miami, at the official close of a contest held in conjunction with the openinc of Dade Federal's new Kendall Branch. Some 20,000 persons from Southeast Florida entered the contest, which features c free trip to Mexico City, a Philco color television console anc a Plymouth Valiant. Winners will be announced this month The new Kendall Branch is Dade Federal's sixth office in Dade County. One of the nation's oldest and largest savings anc loan associations, Dade Federal has served the Miami arec for over 30 years. 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Fnge 10-A +Jimi>0 n*rMi**r Friday, May 22, 1964 Miniature Torahs Dedicated slx miniature Toralw •• ** •'• ii A i ""-"; i 2J ,, h ssrah Religious School JH ices ,,,, tne t.rst dwofSta. Sundas Abraham J Gltt* education director, •"> r.ounced. |, a v. been donated Stuart 'Hi ; ( Michael. Jeffrej and scwman in honor of ttaeii grand I ,ther. Jacob Spiti r eth David confirmation service will be held i unday 8 p.m., in the main sanctuary. The ;.ass will present a cantata. "If Not Higher •ritten by Cantor Samuel Rosenbaum. Lett j riqht (first row* are Ann Marie Steinberg, : s ther J. Barrow, Shaaron Edelblum. Judith ; -hiff, Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor Wilam Lipson, Francme Gail Smith, Sandra Hack, Barbara Greene. Marcia Ellen Boren. Second row (left to right) are Ann Scherr, Ruth Liebeskind. Minna Lea Forer. Eddyse Hershbein. Janet Sue Rabinowitz. and Nancy Lazarus. Third row (left to right* are Frank Kreutzer. confirmation teacher, Roy Weinkle, Larry Stein Louis Herskowitz, David Silver Philip Robin. Daniel A. Weiss. Harris Leonard Friedman. Robert Joel Covin, Arthur Berkowitz, LUseo Perez, Jerome B. Orlin, Saul Rabin, education director. Erica. Mich el and D 1 Reiss in honor of hei r grandparents. Mr and Mrs David Dorfman; Dr. and Mrs Sam Leb ... honor of Stephen. Michael and Robert Leb; Mr ana Mrs Stanlej Friedman In honoi „ Michael. Lee and Perry Friedman; Mr. and Mrs. Stanlev in honor of Cathy and i; Slt'in; Mr. ^ncOlrs. Itou .inl R a |. !u in honor of Michael Bni i Elyse Kalby They wore placed in the I Ark with observances that ed the singing of appropriat. cd.es and the carryiriu of the scrolla throughout the Syna The \iei Congregation is ,(l by Miss Beatrice Levin and provides services for stud. the Sunday School of Bell. I rah Congregation each Saturday inn Participating In the v .is Nat Ostrov. who was InstruGolda Visits With Soviet Emissary < i ERUSALEM (JTA) Mrs Ida Meir, Israel's Foreign Mm er. called in Soviet Ambassador hail Bodrov th.week, presumly for clarification of the stale nts affecting Israel made by net Premier Khrushchev in iro on Monday Israel .parilarl: interested in the Soviet Sder's declaration ot support for Arab Opposition to Israel's na nal water carrier project The Soviet Premier referred to ael s "diversion" of Jordan .er v ater for the project, and was, assumed Mrs Meir would ,. U) the Soviet envoy that ael will use only the amount water allotted to it under the an developed by the late Eric inston as a special envoy ot %  n President Eisenhower. The n was approved at the techal level by both Israel and the ah states concerned, hut reject by t'.e Arab ruler> for political .Misinformed sources indicated here that the test of Khrushchev's pledge of support in Cairo for Arab opposition to Israel's national water project will be the extent and naturof Soviet aid developing from his visit io Egypt. While it was agreed here that the Soviet Premier wculd not provide Nasser with ruclear arms, in conformity with the Soviet-United States commitment to prevent the spread of ruch weapons, it was considered certain that the Soviet Union would enlarge its military and economic aid to the Nasser regime as a result of the Premier's visit. French Premier Georges Pompidou meanwhile dismissed this week ;.s 'just words" the anti-Israel statements made by Soviet Prem ,oi Khrushchev in Cairo during his visit to Egypt. Previously leading French news papers headlined the Soviet lead PROGRAM ECONOMY FAIRNESS IN TO GOVERNMENT OUKTEOTLE GROWTH FOR DADE COUNTY I wont to thonk yoo for your overwhelming support in the first primary and hope you will oive me your continued endorsement on May 26fh. r RALPH er's statement and warned that hit. promise of more militarj aid H Egypt might involve the n •' Of the world in war The Frcn.h Premier al-' reiter ated tin' basic policy oi France and >>t the West of maintaining an equilibrium of forces in the Mid die East. He made the statements at .. luncheon given m i"honor b\ the Paris Foreign Press Asso ciation. In reply t^ a question about Khrushchev's pro Arab statements in Cairo, the French Premier said "one must not atlaeh excessive importance to words." His comments were de >cribed as being in line with the belief of the French Foreign Ministry that Khrushchev > declarations in Cairo were made strictly tor propaganda purposeThe mass circulation L'Aurore emphasised that, if Nasser "should give In to the temptaHen, and use the forthcoming Soviet arms aggressively, America might, in turn, be involved in the fighting, :ince she has guaranteed the territorial status quo of the Middle East. Thus, an Israeli-Arab conflict might scon e'egenerate into total warfare." Other French newspapers commented in the same vein. In New York. Khrushchev was accused of "having taken hi ant. Semitic campaign against Soviet Jewry from the streets of Russia tn the gutters ot Cairo The charge was made bj Jacob Zukerman. president of the Workmen's Circle, world's largest fraternal order, at a session Ol itBoard of Directors. Wf URGE ALL OUR FRIENDS TO HflP mum BEACH AND All DADE COUNT? BY VOTING FOR DADE COl/NTT'S OWN ROBERT KING HIGH Pull Lever 2-A Sincerely, MAI ENGLANDER KENNETH OKA Religious Service Sunday Men's Club ol Temple Tifereth Jacob will hold religious services on Sunday morning at 9 a in STATE LEGISLATURE • OROUP 2 Elect Dick RENICK "A NAME YOU CAN TRUST" STATE REPRESENTATIVE GROUP 5 LEVER 8-A Endorsed by State Representative Leo Furlong and 56,320 Good Citizens of Dade County. I'd Keep JUDGE "BILL" CULBREATH JUVENILE COURT The three defeated candidates for Juvenile Court Judge have closed ranks behind JUDGE CULBREATH. Here's what they have to say: VICTOR LEVINE: y honest behei that in si lie of the mar.v charges tacit have been placed at youi leet your experience for the past nine years as Judqe ol the juvenile and Domestic Relations Court qualities you for this position. I am thereby endorsing you wholeheartedly and qiant you permission to use my name in : endorse:: y manner that you see fil ARAM GOSHGARIAN: 1 qot into the race because 1 thought the people had lost confidence in Judqe Culbreath, obviously 1 was mistaken. Compared to his opponent, his experience, judicial temperament, and maturity is so ovetwhe'.minqly superior that I he


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Friday. May 22, 1964 • &*/#? nrrirfi^n Page 11-A Vatican Switching Schema on Jews ML C/BSON fcrffclJ CMffUSZCZ MANtlCf: oyli< will take place on Sun \ p\ening, May 24. 8-30 p.m., in litorium of Miami Beach Huh School. A program lish, Hebrew, eantorial, i .mil violin music and ••raiting has been planned Two of the highlights of the concert will be the young maz;o soprano, Salwa Merrige, who has been heard in concert from Cape Kennedy to the Congo, and William Royal, leading tenor in many operas and recording star for Columbia and Tikva records. Miss Merrige, who has a, reper • ire in ten languages, including • pera, musical comedy, cantonal 11! oratorio, was one of the fore %  -' lingers at the festival ot in rnational music in Miami. ..1 has appeared in leading tenor roles with the Chicago %  •pera Companj and the New York Opera Company, where he sung leading tenor roles He noted (or his cantonal rcn llr has appeared on Kol 19 well ;is in concerts and tht Greater Miami area •. eai Ing mi the program i noted young violinist e ol 'he leading character Hie Yiddish theatre Barrett, well known %  and narrator, is coordinat. concert. Serving a> coare Greta Shubow, Mr. Morris Simon, and Fred T He yotng violinist is Brogdan cz, a member of the • sity of Miami Symphony OrOestra, who has made eon'd recital appearances on on and throughout the %  'y. b artist is Michl Gib foi n j \ears waat A ith the world-renowned GlfJ TO CJA o Greater Miami young have heard about the ed Jewish Appeal hi' philanthropic work MI heh..it ot ,i \ ariety i humanitarian causes here. hout the nation and ad I he youngsters, Lou Ann Smith and Joey Alan Smith, week -ent a letter to the i' Miami Jewish Fed in, which annually con Hie Combined Jewish ll Wrote the y who live at 2:15 So. 'iiDi 1 iiar C.IA. We hope you tins monej well signed their names ith "love." amount? Thirty one "mi.:! ed je i-h Appeal .MI' acknowledging ill with sincere gran Yiddish Art Theatre and Maurice Schwartz. (iibson has toured through ml the United States, as well as Europe, ami was acclaimed [or his one-man portrayals and laterpretatioaa ot the Yiddish daeaks. Proceeds of the concert have been earmarked for the s : 1 1 ship Fund ol the Klar Silver Agricultural Training Institute in Ashkelon, Israel, maintained by tin' Zionist Organisation ol America, Continued from Page 1-A i oily had the jurisdiction over questions concerning Catholic-Jewish relations Cardinal Marell.i. the 70-year-old in ad 01 tinnew secretariat, has been (or about I0 yearin the Vatican's foreign service, tie was apostolic delegate to Japan for 15 years Ikalso served as Papal Nuncio in France. The Italian prelate is archprii -' of St Pctei s Basilica. A priest who served as an Italian army chaplain during World War II has quoted the late Pope iu> XII aa >a>in^ he had thought many times of excommunicating Nazis lor their persecution of J< >, bat held hack because of %  -in-on 'he Vatican and for [tar of making things even worse .or 111" Jew -. This latest development in the controversy over the late Pontiff's stand on Nazism, touchoff by the play, "The Deputy," appeared in the Italian religious monthly, "The Paria," in an article by Fr. Pirro Scavizzi. "The Deputy," by West German playwright Rolf Hochhuth, charges that the late Pontiff failed to speak out against .ne Nazi slaughter of European Jewry. Father Scavizzi wrote that he learned about the mass murders of Jews while he accompanied Italian troops through Germany end Austria en route to the Russian (Font, Later, he had a private audience with Pope I'm.-, he stated, and "I told him all I I.new." The priest added. "I saw him cry like a boy and pray like .. saint." The Pope told him: "Please tell everyone, everyone you can, that the Pope agonizes for them (the Jiwsi Many times I thought of scorching Nazism with the lightning of excommunication and of denouncing to the civilized world the criminality of the exlcrmina turn of Jew a "We have heard the grave menace of retaliation not on our person but on the poor m.'.n. We have received from vario. channels uigent recommend, tions that the Holy See not tat%  drastic stand." "After many years and m, prayers. I judged that any p list of mine not only would I to help anyone but would (re. e\en more fury againsl Ih" Jet multiplying the acts of cruel Perhaps my solemn protect woi have earned me praise kom t civil world, but it also would ha provided lor the Jews a more 1 placable persecution I lo. the Jews." the late Pontiff v quoted by the priest as havi said. Guest Speakers at Meeting Barney Bernstein. preside Florida Institute of Certified P lie Accountants, and Cliff Beaslmanaging director, were gu speakers at the annual electi meeting ol the Dade Count., Ch, tcr of the state organization hlast Monday evening at the I % %  cayne Hotel. BUILD A BETTER FLORIDA WITH HAYDON GOVERNOR HAYDON BURNS will provide the leadership to bring new industry and increased payrolls to Florida.



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Page 10-B +.ki*t ftrridli^r Friday, May 22, 19:4 Second Generation Amid Confirmands At Temple Israel Seven second-generation confirmands wore among the 90 boys ard eirls who participated in the annual confirmation services at Temple laseel of Greater Miami 00 Shavuoth eve It was the largest class to be confirmed at the 43-year old Rciorm synagogue, and was followed bv a recent ion in the Morris D. Wolf son Auditorium For Mr and Mrs Myron Cow en. 1 he confirmation of their daughter. Elizabeth, held particular significance, for both of them were confirmed at Tcinpic Israel a year apart. She is the former Gladys Lacigne. To classmates Mrs. Leslie BukBtel (Rita Hyman). Mrs. James Lewy (Kathy WohI>, and Mrs. Jack Sharloe (Marjorie Freedman). there was an added dimension to the traditional services. Three fathers. Guy Goldsmith, Arthur Kahn and Da"'<>l Richter. saw their three sons follow in their footsteps to the same pulpit where they wire hles-cd by Dr. Joseph R. Narot at the conclusion of the services. The following were confirmed: i1 v I ndi r, Si lon IpMhaum, s %  1 A: • 11 in in. I.ln-la Itar <•, Roh 1 1: Oanirl Becker, Sally Bclnh'Tn. P iHrlan llenjamln, I.*' rtukHtel, I'ankli'' rturrowM, Mark <'' 11 ff. Rnhi t 1 'hiisnili Sluarl (S1 Steven i^iHiperman, Rllsaneth Ctiwen, \.in''> Cromt-r, lun iMvldnon, 1 Hi\ B, J< fl: • s Bldelman. Men* 1 %  %  f•• ISreenbers, llilrit-ia liundy, JefI • llainii nd, J mi 11. x-. ett, Sall> II Ian HlrKhhenr, Mac) n ati • Jan • Kahn, Michael Kahn Itlchai n K Kami ;..,'. Kaplan, na KimMoch Sa Knhli nln-rtc. Charlotte Koppe, Marola Kornblitt, l*tttrli la !.• %  • 1 kiln I., i'.-: 1, Rli h 1.1 1-. I Jink. Bruci Levlne, Suzanne !-• >. Budil) Mi Wend) Mann, Han-) Mow • x William Novai k. DonM 1 k I'olatei Thoma> '" R bi Shi ih Karbai k 1 • I..i'ir...i R .. %  %  1 il) 11 H %  -. .' ,ii Roai n. I "lane 1 il.i. I:.. -Ill lull. I ..III,:, |(n"Ul %  Mm,.1 |e Sam. t, 1 \ 11 "'• 11 H 1 s. h. |nl ra <'•"• d) Shark" > ai %  Rob" %  I Sl.-in. 1 i;,,|„ 1 T 1 • % %  %  : 1 In. in. i> Watta, Well Weltanw will. T>| %  u %  Itf Bureau Reelects Cohen President For Third Term Joseph Cohen was rei a third term as president 1 Bureau of Jewish Edui general membership met here Fleeted with hnn were Frederick N Barad, Albert and Leonard Zilbert. vice dents Al Sherman and V Frumkea were redacted set and treasurer I to I the ng Ml* -ip reai, •yn tan, Mrs. Milton Weiss, at the microphone, installs Miami Beach Senor High School PTA officers during ceremonies at the Seville Hotel. Standing (left to right) are Steve Moore, Miami Beach Senior High School principal; Mesdames Louis Gidney, William Lee, M. H. Rosenhouse, Harold Zlnn, Harry Slev; Mis. Lillian Eisenberg, new president; Mrs. Theodore Struhl, Mrs. Sahag Giritlian. Mrs. Theodore Kipnis, president-elect. Seated Mrs. Harry M. Kaplan, outgoing president. Emanu-EI Religious and Schechter Schools Now Accepting Registrations Raphael K. Yunes. chairman. Board of Education of Temple F.manu-El. has announced that registration is now being accepted tor Temple Emanu-El's Religious School and Solomon Schechter Day School. Afternoon Hebrew School for children, age 8 and up. is a threeday progressive school geared to meet the needs of every child. UN Chapter Will Hear Trial Talk Miami Beach Chapter of UnAmerican Association for the United Nations will present a program entitled 'The Germans Today" at a meeting on Monday evening. 8 p.m.. at Washington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave Hendrik J. Buns, president, said that Daniel NY a I Heller will he guest speaker. Heller, who is national commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.. has labeled the war crimes trial now going on at Frankfurt. Germany as "a joke."" Sunday School and Confirmation Departments, for ages 5 through 14, offer a course of study in Jewish life and observances Solomon Schechter Da) School, Nursery-Kindergarten Department. for ages 3 to 5. offera nurserj curriculum plus a well-integrated program of experience in Jewish living. The elemental*) depari ment. first, second, third and fourth grades, offers a secular and enriched program of Hebraicreligiotu studies Tuition includefree transpor tation to and from school All school departments are staffed with highly trained, fully-experienced and qualified teachers Cord Party Sunday Brunch and cardwill follow 111 stallation of officers of the Greater Miami chapter. American Medical Center at Denver, on Sunda) noon at the DiLido Hotel Hollywood School Plans Graduation On Frida) evening, 8 IS p m at Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood, graduati i xercises ill be held [or elementar) Hebrew School Department. Bruce Richman, teacher, has announced the following -indents L\ ill be graduated David Fridovich, Philip Han -11. Michael Pollack, Irene Salitsky, Robert Salamon and Dina S .Hi/man. Bureau of Jewish Education di Honorary offices went to May. er Baskin, honorary president; Louis Heiman, Max Meiscl, Benjamin Mayers, Matilda Ratntr, past presidents; Harold Thurman, Harry Simonhoff, Mr. Joseph Duntov, Mrs. Louis OliMtr, Leo Robinson, honorary vice presidents. Cohen awarded 22 CerULcata of honor to Hebrew teachet *ho have given seven searto the Jewmh community The teachers honored Included Rabttj Shimon Azulay. Her-, i: !;, mm, Fay Feinstem. Geor 1 Nettie GoMstein, (ireenherg. Ruth llaran. Aw Kay, Benjamin Kaminetzk) euslv. Mrs Joshua Klein Mr-, Harry Perach Kwitm \. MrRp. becca Upson, Ida P< i Porush, Nnrma Robinov 117. Mr?. M. Robin-. Gregor) Kochelle Ross. Fthel Saft Mrs, Stadlan, Zehava Suken I Wagner plomaa will be presi graduate! h> school man and first \m Manuel Solomon *********************************** Mrs. Grossinger Hosts Party Hostess lor the Greater Miami ry, Jewish Ha ne for annual MotherDay 1 artj was Mrs. Jennie Orossin i< r Mr-. Lawrence Silverman, Auxil1 irj president, gave the message Of welcome at the Cfllebl "ation held Sunday. 2 p.m.. at Douglas Garand Hi Silverman, hen%  rary president, presented each 1 • sident .ith a gift. MiSol Silverman, honorary president, presented each real%  with a gift, \ com. :i ol folk music by Irving Pietrack and members of his and 1 intorial selections bj Re\ laurice Maniches, of I Jacob Synagogue. highlighted the afternoon's entertain 1 n 11' Mrs Louis Makovsky was program chairman. Refreshments were served and guests were invited to make a tour ol the Home's grounds and buildings and to visit with resi dents unable to attend the party. Venetian Rambler Names Fichtman Robert R. Fichtman. well-known m northeastern automotive circles, brings an outstanding record of successful General Motors galas manager-hip to his new position with Venetian Rambler." accord i 1.4 to ot ficialof thel firm, who areT announcing h 1 1 appointment. As the newly appointed gen j eral sales man ager of the Mi] ami-based Ram! bk r di alership Fichtman will bil in charge of HCHJMAN ht-w car -ales. This is the same role he filled with Burke Oldsmobile ol Ne York, where he directed a personnel force of 97 :• 1 pie. "It was In this capacity thai he achieved considerable recognition when, through his imaginative saleprogram, he more than doubled the sales volume of the firm." it was revealed. Fichtman is past master of the Masons, a divan officer of the Shriners and a barker of Variety International. Public Should Know i-c^i not b* d*i"#d fc ti- i : young lo: .7 -.-. ward to • • • c.-.j ci cur G.c'.e;.Tien. tits 0 I in un;cry taxar. with no end in sight and is de-lei that we have to I a halt and moratorium. Cr.e c: h.s :oremost prom ; scs. aiter speaking to this intelligent young man. is that he will fight With all his zeal end efi:rt to seo that there is no increase in !cxos and will do oil within his power to see thai taxes are lowered in the Real Ls'ate division among other iniquities. He is opDosed to the INVENTORY TAX and will light to have it removed because he realises the businesses that have suffered as a consequence of this evil tax and because he sees that the small businessman has no opportunity in this area unless this cripE ling tax ii cancelled. • also is one individual that you can always reach with your problems and his door will always stand open. Mr. Renick will always welcome anyone that wants to see him and he will have patience for the taxpayer. Not only is he able and has integrity, vision, and foresight, but he is in /:* >" %  r* political areend to see the t:ce is done a: a Renick has b ovlsion producer cr.d c recicr for the ^. together v. brother Ralph R, you c!: know and both know the evils that now exist which heve locked out the novie Industry in this locality It i "• the same old story as EVIL 1EEDS ON EVIL and unless these political payoifs are arrested, we cannot have a iree industry. Another criminal act is the unfair taxes that now exist in the movie and television industries right here in Dade County. The exhorbitant fees and taxes levied upon the movie industry wanting to move to South Florida, bringing employment and wealth into this area, has been discouraged by this heavy tax burden and you have the opportunity by electing DICK RENICK to have part of the California Movie industry move into Dade County, with an elected official that knows the problem of the movie industry as well as television and radio FREEDOM from unfair taxes it DICK RENICK S PLATFORM and he is a fighter all the way. His -e ... Veteran >u.S. Wavy. l>~en a re-iden: cl ..Coun.y 2-t yea. I M: h ulec .1 akOsMaty. S:. .' High. Universi.y ci I/.ami. 4. Civic Leader: 1 "Z 1 Campaign Chairman National Multiple lereeis. Southeast .da Chatter: Pest V::e President ol I Miami junior Chamcer ol Commerce. 5. Gold Star Donor. John Elliott Blood Ear. 6. Miami Bayside Kiwanis. Director. 7. 3rd Degree Knichts of Columbus. 8. American Legion. 9. Loyal Order of Moose. Mr. Renick has compiled this outstanding record of civic accomplishment even though he is only 33 years of age. He gentleman that will be fighting for everyc--and a vote for DICK F^TJICK for the Stato House of representatives is a vo'e for a man that we ned badly. Please vote at this election and take advantage cf your franchise for free elections. IN ORDER TO HIVE STRONGER AMERICA. RLEt'SE I) TOUR RIGHT USC AND VOTr.' -: -t ************** ww**** %  fc A: -; -•



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Page 12-B ^ar i He plays trumpet in the school bi nd, and his fa\ •port :swimmi Lasl j was a member i I M AA1 ti am. Reception in honor of thi rvah will be held al the upper ie on Saturda) evening Outlest Is, Mr and Mrs Meyer ::i of Nev. Haven. Conn. Lee Bessel Lee Bessel, son ol Mr and Mrs. ...tin Bessell, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, May 23. at Temple Adath Ye•liirun. with Rabbi Jonah Caplan officiating. Lee. a seventh grader at John F. Kennedy Junior High School, will conduct the entire service. His favorite subject is mathematics, and he is on the AudioVisual Squad of the school. His hobby is fishing. His sister. Lolly, and both his paternal and maternal grandparents will attend the ceremony and reception following in the Bar Mitzvah's honor. • • Ronald Slater Rabbi Mordecai Podet will ofBruce Vebof Steahzn Verdon tee Bessell Sandra Stein ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Ronald Clark Slater on Saturday morning. May 23. in Temple Judea. Ronald is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Slater. 4315 Toledo, Coral Gables, and attends seventh grade at Ponce de Leon Junior High School His interests in sports center on fishing and boating, and he has helped coach the Little Leaguers at the Youth Center. He will Temple Men Stage Retreat This Weekend Judaism. Morality and World Peace" will be the featured theme the annual retreat sponsored bj the South Florida Federation i i Temple Brotherhoods this Fn id w, peace.. • president Ol rho I, and | Army ReDi I Shi lie* M hiatrisi Dr .1 in 1 • leschi, I'nivcrRi nford th< South Fli r Federation ol the Union of American Hi Congregations • tsor to the Brotherhoods Topic* to be considered will Include The Traditional Jewish Approach to War. 'Violence and the Human Personality and the Reality of Peace in Our Time.'" Serving as chairman and co,rman of the weekend are Mor toi Grant, of Temple Israel, and Clem of Temple Beth Am. I o imittee members include Wili E Gladstone and Sig M Glukstad, of Temple Israel. Al Jacebson, Temple Judea of Coral and Max Raskin, of Tern pie Beth Am Stanlev Pred. of mple Sinai, u preaklenl %  in organization. ^IfMistn-rridK^r continue with his Religious School studies Mr and Mrs. Slater will host the Kiddush on Saturday morning in Ronald's honor. • • Alan Tralins Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute will be the site of the Bar Mitevah of Alan Harvey Tralins, son ,.l Mr and Mrs. S. Robert Tralins, B20 8;h St., on Saturday mi Ma) 23. Rabbi Isaac Ever M ill officiate. \ seventh grade student al Nautilus Junior High School, Alan ceived his religious training at %  dath Israel He i a secrej and treasury ol the \ Ivisory Committee of the North SI n center and has ards %  r swimn Reception in his honor w low the service al Mich< i K er Restaurant. Arnold Rosenberg Saturday morning. Maj 23, services at Temple Zion will include the Bar Mitzvah of Arnold Rosenwith Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. The Bar Mitzvah is the son Ol Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Rosenberg. He attends seventh grade at West Miami Junior High School, where he plays trumpet in the school band. He plans to continue his studies in the Temple Zion Con firmation Class. • • • Toby Speetor Dr. Irving Lehrman "ill officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Toby Spec tor at Temple Emanu-F.l on S.it urday morning. May 23 Toby is the son ot Mr. and Mrs Sheldon Speetor. He attends set enth grade at Nautilus Junior Hiuh Friday, May 22, \% variety of sports. Including nrm$ ming. football and baseball. nl also works with miniatur. modtij Robert Creenberj Toby Spec/or Aian Tralins Richard Opper hobbv hi fi School, and h %  nother, MrHelen Speetor, and grandfather, Meyer Cohen, will attend the Bar Mitzvah. as well as relatives and Iriends coming from Stamford. Conn, and St Louis, Mo. He will be honored at a kiddush in Sirkin Hall following the wor >hip service and at a reception Saturday evening in the Deauville Hotel • Robert Greenberg Bar Mitzvah of Robert David Greenberg, son of Mr and Mrs Sol Greenberg, will be celebrated on Saturda) morning, May 23. at Beth David Congregation. Rabin Norman N Shapiro will officiate Robert is actively involved in I Stephen Verdon Stephen Mark Verdi Mr Klhs B Verdon and > Icy Verdon was Bar Mi Saturday morning. M Beth Torah Com: Rabbi Max LipschiU .. Ben-Zion Kinchenbaum b Stephen il a seventh dent at John F. K< High School. He plaj the -. hool band, as wi II trie guitar Dinner reception in honor for some ISO ( d al the Round Tab!. Ie Guests in "r William ta, Mayor u r. Dr and Mit< hel, .Indue an Cullen. Mr Frank Pi istrator of Ck>v< Mr. Marx Cauthen D l red Shuater, Dr. J Mr. and MrFrank I and Mrs Max Sil\ r i Mrs. Morris Rabino n a(, shsJ tivah ] 16. K n Miij r. I •I'jmt j I tift-l 'ierar in Mr" Mr. and 1 Sandra Stein Bas Mitzvah of Sandra lauahtwl of Mr. and Mrs Frederick Stein.1 will be celebrated Saturday mcn-l big, May 23. at Temple Emanu-I El. with Rabbi Irving Lchrma| officiating. Sandra attends seventh srafcl at Nautilus Junior High -huol anil ,. school librarian then Her nl tire-ts include sportMrs Bella Stem, her srandnwttl ci. will attend the Bas Hitman She will be honored tl a dinna party for her cli enffi it | Blair H'Hise on Sal enmg. MR. AND MtS. NtWMARK Newmarks Back From Israel Trip Mr. and Mrs. Morris Now mark. i | Miami Beach, have fust i ed home following a five-month \i.-it in the State of Isn el Mr. and Mrs. Newmark are members of the Greater Miami a and Prof< u onal I tuncil lor Kupat llolim. The\ are also founders of the Rehabilitation Medical Center r A g in Bet rsheba, Israel The center is being built with the support of the local Business and Professional Council. While in Israel, they were guests of Histadrut and visited a variety ol Histadrut installations throughout the nation. Bonk fxec at School %  rt Van West \ ie* lident of Miami Beach Fir-t ttooal Bank, will attend the Graduate of Bank( k. N..1 from June 8 to 19 Van Westerborg, who recently moved to Miami Beach First National from the American Bank and Trust Company of Suffolk, Va is the first young officer of the bank to participate in this program. Open House At Gould Company In observance of national 'Better Hearing Month." the Stanley Could Hearing Aid Company is holding open House during May. it was announced by Stanley Gould, of 1238 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach, authorized Zenith Rearing Aid dealer. "Betler Hearing Month is a salute to the 36th annual campaign of the American Hearing Society in behalf oi the estimated 13 million persons whose hearing hi said %  •it ithe purp >-c oi Better Month to alert the and friendOf the hard ol hearing to in. available to them." 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"ft*j 4-B +Jmi*t fkrHtor Friday, Mcv M~t%  LT-sc-jAsj i c Z'JZZ* :cr tie Sweet S^teer Luncheon at the Dorcl Sec:He-*: ;."r.? 1 which Mrs. Hcrrv ?lrrc wJI recede -I' %  •jie Her_-.e-= Side" Israel 3c-r.c Aw— ~ zre .et :z r.gh: Mrs. eor. spcrjorec by the Mi: its 15 rrrrupav Mrs. 3er.vsr e iuncb.r. Z=r.e c-:d Mrs Scrr. hlcrjc both Trustees of Lsrrei rr.d —enbers ;: the Ptrrcr. Htr 3cntrrtritee =r-cc-.-.:e: Wednesd—.cy C::_~=. LJ_~ Goccrr-r.. Miami Beach Hadassah Leaders Named To Patron Committee for Szold Luncheon %  .i (AMP OSCEOLA HORSESHOE. NORTH CAROLINA STARTS JUNE 26th to AUGUST 19 '01 THOSE WHO H11( OT DECIDED" We Are Now Accepting last Minute Registratio4 or 8 WEEKS bOYS & GIRLS AGES 6 thru 15 WEIL ROUNDED PROGRAM Strict Sooeryiiion — M**i*c1irimn CtrlHitd Edacoteri MANAGEMENT OWNED AND OfEIATEO For Information now, call HI 5-3585 %  Botet. %  .ounced %  of the r.4i immediate p; Raptor rhiaj are Jonas. H lllMIMIH Nit Birth chapter p: and Mrs Anna Brenner IwjrothT Kneger Fink. Memorial Award Is Presented Mrs Otto Haer.gel, president of Flamingo Chapter. B'nai BYith Women, presented the Ted Robiason Memorial Award on May 13 to LaossH C' lM J •""er and Miss Jennifer Lynn Dennis. The award |fva lanmllj to t*0 djeaenpteg students of Hiajeah School, who have shown outding records in service activ. :.<-• wee i bar year period. wiU be inscribed on a trophy Ahich 1; kept in a disM at the school, with each a $25 Savings Bond. xiuced '" I -eet•rotel on •: 1 i. b — HadassaVs • l-r*ri %  t; .:' \; .%  %  .,-. .-%  Joey Adams, president of the .:ki of Variety Arand a celebrated comedian, author 1 of television and radio. iJJ perform at the function :n honor of Effie Phtt B Zeev V Dover Coenri General ho has directed Israels consular and diplomatic activities" m the Southeastern United Stares for the pad three years, will represent his government at the award ceremonies He also will bid farewell to the Greater Miami community at the luncheon. A champagne reception at 11 a.m. will precede the noon luncheon June 1. with a capacity audience of more than MO persons expected. Miss Goodman said Preci dents of the 15 groups h comprise the Beach chap ter are working with a committee of past presidents and Israel i chairmen to insure the fete. %  • :** ^ r %  X*ery t FOR FURTHER l\FORM.4TIOy WRITE: CAMP AKIVA SUMMER ACADEMY 1021 ilARRITZ DRIVE, MB. or pkoM JE 1-791? ^OCMA IH flORIDA S COOl 0CAM NATI0N41 fOSiST u -~. ^ V bo "' 5i 5 6 wi '' R*f %  • •" -'"'"' "" tr Ge n c"tirfence horning ne. tkillt, taa. 0c M,i ","""' n ?"^ "O'sebac. ridin,-. ,„ r c. V9 e. tn -ed >1 mot.re ce.n S elor^,a*,f, I „ „ try 3 c hi,dre.._ri,lV ffce %  *tM|R* i.ei r Mn s,.-,-.,. Rrfi. • --,". •:> % %  jr.d 3 R.fl ." e-r.,s 10th Yeir OFFICE 1451 N BAYSHORE DR., MIAMI fR 1-7858 FR 9-B601 INDIAN LAKE CAMP 6 to 16 For BOYS Foe GIRLS BUSHKILL. PENNSYLVANIA '• Atonlaini %  The leaotiro 41 Tean .f Lthm. f.i, y 0tn