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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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"dTewislri FlOTidian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lume 37 Number 22
Miami, Florida. Friday. May 29. 1964
Two Sections Price 21*
Eshkol Rebukes Nikita's
War Talk on Egypt Visit
ig en behalf of the United Jewish Appeal, Greater Mi-
wish Federation President Sidney Lefcourt present* Dr.
living Lehrman, campaiqn chairman of the 1964 Combined
h Appeal, with a national UJA citation for outstanding
Leadership. Dr. Lehrman also received a sterlinq silver hand-
d spice box at the 26th annual meeting of Federation at
Lefcourt was reelected president for a third term.
CJA Sails Over '64 Goal;
Lefcourt Wins Third Term
03ER JUDGMENT
\mendment
\Pressure Down
On School Rites
VSHINGTOK (JTA) Tin
ity thai Congress might be
led into approving the pro-
Becker constitutional amend,
which w o u I il void the
i on it ban on prayers in
schools i- diminishing in
sourcet on Capitol Hill said
ek
Emanuel Caller. New York
il who is chairman Of the
judiciary Committee which
testimony on the issue,
, d the belief that the tide
ned m the debate
He said "sober judjment it
beginning to make ***>!* felt."
In addition, a number of Con-
gressmen who initially support-
ed and testified in favor of the
amendment sponsored by Rep.
Continued on Page 8-A
Announcement that the 1!W>4
Combined Jewish Appeal had gone
over the top. raisin? $1,393,500.
which represents some $7,000
above its goal, and the reelection
Of Sidney Lefcourt for a third term
as president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation highlighted Fed-
eration's 26th annual meeting at
the Fontainebleau Hotel on Sun
day evening.
Ov.r 500 leaders of Federation
and the Combined Jewish Appeal
were present at the event to hear
'.cfcourt praise the successful cam
paign and the growth of the Fed
ration as the central instrument
for the budget, planning, and tund-
ra ising needs ol the Greater Miami
Jewish community.
Praising the success o( the cam
paign, Lefcourt told the gathered
leaders that "this past >ear has
Continued on Page 10-A
NIK 810WS HOI
IN CGYHT PACl 9-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol expressed
his regret this week over Soviet
Premier Khrushchev's otter to pro-
Mile more anus to Egypt, and de-
clare I Israel is ready now, as al-
ways to "join in an) endeavor
tor regional disarmament" in the
Middle Fast, provided such an ef-
fort were coupled with mutual
inspection."
Mr. Eshkol made his statement
in Israel's Parliament. He did not
mention Mr. Khrushchev by name.
but referred to the oilers of more
anus to Nasser, voiced by the
Soviet leader the last two days
during his current visit to Egypt.
The Israel Government regrets,
Mr. Eshkol told Parliament,
that, "despite Nasser's aggres-
sive declarations with regard to
Israel, he benefits from political
support and arms supply from
sources usually propagating peace
anc* co-existence. Those aspiring
to world peace must support
also regional peace.
'Ann- in the band- ol Egypt
today bear neither anti-imperial
ist nor a national Liberation mis-
sion, but are directed in accord-
ance with Egypt's declared policy
toward an anti-Israel war sen
nig also Nasser's aims to dominate
hbonn Arab countries." Mr
Eshkol continued. "All this negates
fundamentally the peaceful co-
existence idea accepted by Russia
and the West alike.''
Reiterating Israels readiness to
join a regional disarmament move
Continued on Page 5-A
AJCong. Leaders Arrested
For Picketing Fair Pavilion
NEW YORK i,... him Prim, presldentt of the
American Jewlah Congress, and
II other persons, including his
v ife and other national officers
oi the AJC, were arrested Monday
at the New York Worlds Fair alter
they staged picketing demon
-tralion in trout of the Fair's
Jodanian Pavilion, protesting
against a mural painting in the
Jordanian exhibit which they term-
ed a libel" against Israel and
the Jewlah people
This picture of members of Arqentinian anti-Semitic qroup;
giving the Nazi salute has been received by the World lev
ish Congress in New York. It was taken in the course ol 3
demonstration in Buenos Aires in support of the Arab Leaque
IN ARAB MONTHLY MAGAZINE
Chile Leaders Deny Report
About Anti Semitic Statements
The) v :< arraigned be t o r e
Judge Bernard Dubin, ol the Crim-
inal Court Ol Queens County, and
pan led without bail in their own
recognizance, pending the filing of
motion- by their special counsel,
(toward M. Squadron. He told
Judge Dubin he will challenge the
constitutionality of the Fair's ban
against picketing. The case was
adjourned to June 16.
Dr. Prini had previously request
c a permit to picket the Jordan
Continued on Page 7-A
By Special Report
Three C h i I e a n Presidential
candidates have denied anti-Israel
and anti-Jewish statements at-
ributed to them in an Arab month-
ly, "Nacion Arabe," published in
Buenos Aires
The January-February, 1964, is
sue of the Arab monthly, virul
, atlj anti i rael, anti-Jewish and
.,iii Zionist, published alleged in-
terview- with three candidate- lor
the Chilean Presidency; Sen. Sal-
vador A lien d e, of the Frente
Popular Popular Front i. Jorge
Prat, oi the Partido Action Na-
cional. (National Action Party i.
nd Sen. Eduardo Frei, of the
p i r'. i d o Democrats Cristiano
Christ.an Democratic Party).
All three statements contained
references offensive to Jews to
Zionists and to Israel.
World Jewish Congress officials
in Buenos Aires, together with
leaders of the DAIA (Delegadon
di Asociaciones Israelites Argen-
tines), which is the Argentinian
representative Jewish body and
affiliated with the World Jewish
Congress, subsequently learned
that none of the alleged -tate-
ments had ever been made This
fact, as well a- detail- ol the den
Continued on Page 16-A
p/fT DREDGED UP
Arab Envoys Meet Rusk and LBJ
PttS/MNT JOHNSON
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WASHNGTON tJTA) The
ambassadors of all Arab League
dates met in group with Secre-
tary of State Dean Rusk late Mon
day. It is believed that the meet
Irlj pertained to the forthcoming
visit of Israel'- Premier Levi Esh-
|C0| to the United Stale- a- a gUCSt
l Pre-ident Johnson.
Pre-ident Johnson on Tuesday
met ith Ambassador Moslafa
Kamal. of Egypt and was re
ported b> the Egyptian Embassy
to have discussed continuation ot
American ard to the Nasser re-
gime, despite the huge, new Soviet
lean and newly announced Egypt-
ian support of Soviet foreign
policy.
Ambassador Kamal is reported
to have countered American con-
cern over the Nasser-Khrushchev
communique issued in Cairo by
stressing Arab anxiety over the
forthcoming visit of Israel's
Prime Minister Eshkol to Wash
ington.
The Egyptian Ambaaaador is
-aid to have emphasized also fears
BDOUl Israel's National Water Car-
Continued on Page 2-A
Weizmann's
Book Puts Lie
To Bribe Tale
NEW YORK l JTA I Alle. i-
ions made bj Lt. Col, Harold
(Joskins', an emissary for Presi-
dent Roosevelt who said the late
Dr. Chaiin Weizmann allegedly ol
I, re : a bribe to King Saud Of Saudi
Arabia, were Shown here till- week
to be complete!) baseless
The charge that Dr Weizmann
bad ottered a bribe of 20.000.000
pounds -terlin to Km- Saud for
Jewish control of Palestine was
contained in a 1943 memorandum
by Hoskins to President Roosevelt.
The State Department published
the memorandum last weekend,
among other documents, in "For-
eign Relations of the United States,
Vol. IV, the Near Fast and Africa "
( ol Hoskins had been known dur-
ing world War il for his pro-Arab
altitude
Dr. Weiimann. then president
of the World Zionist Organiia-
tion, dealt with the Hoskins al-
legations and other related issues
in his 19S0 autobiography "Trial
nnd Error." He wrote that not
only had he never made such
an offer, but "in fact," some
such an offer had been made to
him by St. John Philby. a repre-
sentative of King Saud.
In his book. Dr. Weizmann de-
scribed how he was asked to go
Continued, on Page 6-A


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AGENCY'S PROGRAM HAS MANY INFANTS
)bies Now Available Through JFCS Adoption
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nds empty. The toys.
I animals and tiny
music boxes, are arranj;
and new in a row on
l Tlu> have never been
i I and wife occasionally
the room, stand arm-in.
sigh. Sometimes, there
bitter tears of disap-

IFON FISHER
andmrds unchanged
Thtre is no baby. Tha room,
the cradle and the toys have all
been purchaser* in anxious ex-
pectation. The couple is one of
tens of thousands across the na-
tion who can have no children
of their own.
They have put in lor adoption
at an agency, prepared lor the
Ions ait and the difficult process
of personal interviews.
In the case of Jewish Family
and Children's Service of Miami,
the wait ha< been inordinately
long The CMtple, alert and under
standing prospective parents, re
[use to think ol independent
adoption. They want (he protec-
tion ami llir assurance ol an
authorized adoption agencj lie
hind them. They want to make
certain that then- own besl inter-
ests, .i> "I'll a- t'n-,' ni the child.
u ill he served.
But the wait ... In 1963, JFCS
made seven adoptive place-
ments. In 1962, there were only
10. Jewish children available
for adoption are few and far
between.
As a matter of fact. JFCS re
cently began to discourage Miami
couples seeking to adopt a child
from making applications with
the agency. In some cases, they
even advised couples to apply to
the area's non sectarian agencies.
Now, all that is changed.
Jewish Family and Children's
Service on Wednesday an-
nounced that from this moment
MRS. B. B. G01DSTHN
heartbreak over
babies in "significantly large
numbers" are now available
for adoption. The waiting is
over.
Mr- B B Goldstein, presi-
dent of the agency, said here that
"our adoptive program has been
heartbreaking for us. as well as
for the prospective parents. We
have found it most difficult to
turn people away We no longer
have to."
Leon Fisher, executive direc-
tor of the agency, urged prospec-
tive adoptive parents to file ap-
plications with JFCS immediate-
ly. "Babies are henceforth avail-
able in realistic numbers." he
declared happily, adding that the
agency has been working on the
program behind-the-scenes lor
several years.
"The heartbreak of waiting
is over," Fisher added, warn-
ing, however, that the agency's
qualifications for adoption have
not been altered one iota.
"Prospective parents must still
meet all of the agency's re-
quirements as before.
"The babies are available.'' he
said, "but that doesn't mean we
are giving them away. Our stand-
at s, known for their high level
throughout the nation, assure in-
fants of the best possibile famil-
ies for their future." This, he re-
peated, "has not changed "
But once an adoptive couple
has been OK'd by the agen >.
the babies are there lor adop-
tion. "We are tickled about this,
declared Mrs. Goldstein, blue and
pink colors of happiness in her
eyes. "People come to Jewish
Family and Children's Service tor
all sorts of unhappy reasons:
family counseling, psychiatric
social assistance, maladjustment
problems.
"Adoption is one source of hap-
piness where JFCS can give
joy to an infant and prospective
parents. Until now the doors have
practically been closed. As of to-
day, they are wide open.''
Applications anyone? Jewish
Family and Children's Service,
an agency of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation and
United Fund, mav be reached
by dialing 371-3433.
The baby's room won't '" Quiet
now. The cradle has been fill. .

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has been reserved for a
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Ei "''pe, returning in either 14
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L rding to Abraham Grunhut.
Top Dade Kids To be Honored
A continuing program to honor religion or achievement. and
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re eligible.
"We seem to hear so much about
children who cause problems,
when really they are in the min-
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ixecutive director of the council.
"Wo feel it is time, as a service
to the community, to call atten-
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We're reserving
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in Tel Aviv
dren in Dade County has been in-;'
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The Wp is open to all members of the
Three achievement winners
will be selected each week, with
Mrs. Jack Kas^ewitz, of Miami,
working with community leaders.
acting as coordinator. Any per- d Qn
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nominations
the back for the fine and worth
while things they have accom
There is no restriction on race, plished.
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ha.~ arranged for a
litional charge for pas-
disembark in Paris or
several other major
cities," he said
irticrpaiing in the trip
n option of making their
ementl in Europe and
vith the group in either
iree weeks. Departures
arranged from several
iropean cities. Those de-
incloding Drst-etata
Zionist Organization of America.
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Combined Installation of Temple.
Sisterhood and Men's Club of-
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Jacob on Saturday evening,.
The Temple this week an-
nounced that Sharron and Saul
Silverman. daughter and son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Silverman.
are graduates of the'Hebrew High,
School ol the Bureau ol Jewish
Education this year,
Hernard Winer, son ol Mr and
Mrs Abe Winer, participated in
graduation exercises at Beth Dav-
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Cedars Lists New Donors Here
Additional donor* to Cedars of
Lebanon Hospitals Tree of Life
Memorial have been -announced
this week by President Harry L.
Lewis.
The hand-carved mural in relief
stands in the entrance-way of the
hospital and carries the names of
contributors upon aluminum plates
set into the roots at the base of
the 18ft. Cedar tree
New donors are Dr. and Mrs.
Mervin H Needell. Dr. and Mrs.
Arthur .1 Pearl. Corrinne and Ir
win Pcrlmutter. Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. Philbrick. Mr. and Mrs David
Platt. Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Price,
Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Buente-Duany.
Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Kogoff. Dr.
and Mrs. Charles Rosenfeld. Dr.
and Mrs. Martin KosenthaL. Cor-
nelia B. Sapp by Mr. and Mrs.
George McCoy. Dr. and Mrs.
George F. Schmitt and Dr. and
Mrs. Louis Salhanick.
Also. Maurice S. Schulman,
Scacoast Appliance Distributors.
Henry Seitlin by Jennie Seitlin,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shandlo. .
Dr. David Silberman. Dr. ai
Mrs. Melvin Simonson. Dr. ai
Mrs. Hutry Sims. Mr. and Mi -
Jerome Stern, Dr. and Mrs. U
ham If. Straight. Lester SykII
his mother. Samuel Tucker. Ma
Albert Warner and Dr. and M
Philip Wcinstein.
New law Firm Formed
Samuel I. Lclf and Walter S
Pesetsky announce the formats ri
of a law firm. Left and Pesetsk
for the general practice of law
1140 nk 163rd St., No. Miai
Beach.
M or Chuck Hall embraces Mrs. Joseph (Lena) Mintzes at
ndbrealdng ceremonies for a Medical Center on 6th St.
ollins Ave. Looking on are Joseph Mintzes and Mrs.
tie Thursten. secretary of the Senior Citizens of Miami
On the committee with Mrs. Mintzes, founder of the
i are Theodore A. Heller. Joseph Dube, Harry Austrian
Mra. Amy Haber.
Beth David
Graduates 27
lAt Services
. David Congregation Reh-
pm-. School graduated 21 itu-
11 who have completed six
1 of religious instruction in
I Junior High Department.
li \ rcises were in conjunction with
community graduation under
auspices of the Bureau of
111 lish Education of Greater
Miami at Beth David last week.
atot ai t Bruoe, son ol Mr
Mi- Howard Hi rgi i Stephen,
if .Mr. mm.I lira. Solomon l'r-
Robert, ana of Mr and Mrs
Va row; Miurta, on of Mr. and
\l..\ 1 iMfcina*; Robert, mm <
.iiij Mm. Miirraj Prledberii
1 nn ..f Mr and lira, ney-
1. M.i. K. inn Hi. win of Mr
,v ard 1 ioldlx -v. Howard,
.n >( \li and Mi- Aaron Herako-
1 t >..n "f Mi and Uru
Hoi fman.
igbler < Dr and Mi -.-
II.. 1 w i.-ii. Rob< it. aon "f Mr
\l |(< hi., n I1I1 In; Italph, mm
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uhti 1 of Mr and Mrs Jerome
Itji Imrd, mm of Mi and Mi -
Maxwell; I I"" ah, riauKhter
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Sli nil. Mai -li 1. da null-
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daughter of Mr. and
- m n Uei-s, alumna of the
High School Department,
1 ;i i e d from the Hebrew
,- tiool of the Bureau ol Jew-
'ion.
Bronstein on Board
saniord K Bronstein, adminis-
trator Of Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital, was elected to the Board of
Directors of Blue Cross of Florida
to complete the term of a member
who resigned. The Board of Direc-
tors is the governing body of Blue
Cross-Blue Shield of Florida.
Eshkol Rebukes
K. for War Talk
Continued from Pg 1-A
coupled with mutual inspection,
he noted that Israel never introd-
uces] new weapons into this area.
But" he said, "as long as Israel's
enemies are not ready for dis-
armament. Israel must and will
fortify her deterrent strength,
which is needed for the preserva-
tion of the peace."
Mr. Eshkol also reiterated the
fact that Israel's sole objective in
nuclear development is aimed at
research for peaceful purposes. In
that context, he was replying to
recent press reports abroad that
-lated that not only Egypt but
Israel ;is well is engaged in the
development of nuclear weapons
Communities Discriminate
PHILADELPHIA- teen suburban communities near
tin- citj were lound practicing
some d e .' r < e of discrimination
against Jews in renting and hous-
ing, it was disclosed here this
week by the Jewish Community
Relations Council of Greater Phil-
adelphia.
Jo JLjo or
1 those who have defended our beloved America, the
Jewish War Veterans and Mt. Nebo Cemetery
'i together in a Memorial Day Service, and in humble
gratitude commemorate the patriotism, valor, and
sacrifice of our heroic dead.
graves of those known to us to be War Veterans
will be decorated for the services
t id members of your family are invited to attend on
Sunday, May 31st, 1964
at 11:00 a.m.
IS* be on hand not later than 10.45 a.m
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A Message of Thanks
To Our .
dedicated workers
To Our .
devoted contributors
Off. HVING UMtMAN
CIA Campaign Chairman
1 U/e would lite to take this opportunity to thank yon
piib/iclu for uottr efforts and generosity without which
our Com&HeV Jewish a&ppeal of (greater KsVliami
could not nave qone over the top in 1964.
In expressing this debt of gratitude
we speak for those who cannot say
"thanks" for themselves. They are the
thousands of men, women and children
in Miami and throughout the world who
are the anonymous recipient and the real
beneficiaries of your gene-ous support of
Combined Jewish Appeal's 57 agencies
locally, nationally, and overseas.
SfMff UKMM
President,
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
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Dr. Sachar Heard At Brandies Meet by Telephone
Although not present in person,
Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president
of Bruwtei- University, was the
principal speaker at this year's
nrsi quarterly meeting ol the
Greater Miami Brandeis club last
.' eek at the DiLido Hotel.
In a novel telephone hook-up,
Dr. sachar addressed the friends
and supporters of Brandeis L'ni-
versit) here pleading for their In-
tensified efforts to help in the
national campaign to raise sis.-
000.000 before the end Of June
"If this is accomplished, and
I have great hope that it will
be, Brandeis will receive an ad-
ditional *6,COO,OC0 from the Fc 'J
Foundation," Dr. Sachar said.
Dr. Sachar pointed out that "for
the next three months the Great-
er Miami Brandeis Club should
concentrate completely on collec-
tions in order to meet the Ford
foundation Challenge Grant
"We now have deadline from
the Foundation of June 30. and it
we are going to realize a second
grant of $6,000,000 we must ful-
fill our national commitment of
S18.000.000 in cash by June 30."'
Dr Stanley Prebling, president
el the Greater Miami Brandeis
(lob. said that about $75,000 of
this S18.000.0O0 national goal is
available in outstanding plei
in the Greater Miami area, which
includes Broward County, and
urged that "an effort should be
made to colled this outstanding
sum in a Bhort, intensive drive."
Terr.; !e Israel Federation of Temple Youth leaders are shown
ing the traditional dinner dance in honor of the 1964
Confirmation Class to be held in the Morris D. Wolfson Audi-
Itonuir. on Saturday eveninq. Fran Benis, treasurer; Anita
ISame: vice president; Barney Willens, president; and Irene
iHorns'ein, secretary, are new officers of the teen-aqe qroup
I : will welcome the 90 recent Temple Israel confirmands
: midst.
AJCong. Leaders Arrested
For Picketing Fair Pavilion
Continued from Pag* 1-A
ion. and was denied such
luthorization by Robert Moses,
of the Fair.
Monday morning. Dr. Prim
|and the 11 others appeared at
the Fair entrance with picket
Isigns. Policemen told them they
Iwou'd not be admitted with the
|banners. They then left the signs
Confirmands
'resent Cantata
firmation services were
i on the Shuvuot Festival at
fempli Menorah last week. Con
in. nd> presented a cantata writ*
in bj H.iIn Mayer Abramowitz en-
Miolom B'Olom'Peace in
It,- World. Cantor F.dward Klein
Jiiil the Temple Choir participated
|i th< services
ftrmands were Karen, daugh
Mr and Mrs. Fred Beck
i.i -ther. daughter of Mr. and
Moises Behmoiras; David.
Ir and Mrs. Joe Feldman;
\ daughter of Mr. and
|li Nathaniel Glickman; Bar
irdon, daughter of Mr. and
ed Frischman; Joy. daugh
Y lr and Mrs. Harold Green-
er; Man. son of Mrs. Belle
P Joseph, son of Mr. and
a ham Huppert; Joel, son
^i Mr and Mr-. Abraham Kaplan.
daughter of Mr. and
I i n Krovetz; Judith, daugh-
li .hhI Mrs. William Necht-
li ly, daughter of Mr. and
Mi-- Morton IMotkin; Sherry,
V of Mr. and Mrs Allan
[ Lonni. son of Mr. and
LMr- 'chard Reynolds; Linda.
I nt Mr and Mrs. Melvm
|RuI)1. James, son of Mr. and
|M" Ji eph Sobie; Mitchell, son
| J1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs
I Marnier; Jonathan, son of
1 Mrs Melvin Tannen.
Farband Branch
Meeting Tuesday
Wetrmann Branch of
I1 will hold its regular meet
j1 ruesdfay, 8 p.m.. at the
j n Federal Auditorium.
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Mo< : evin, chairman of the
' will introduce guest speak
Milan Tuiken. whose sub
: be Should the Patient
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ri will be gfcra by social
' Aaron Katz, on the May
annivi rsarj dinner, and
the coming June 21 pic
p'f viiii be discussed
an, living Sachs.
i ill host the evening
111 honor ol their 42nd wedding an
(niversi
Ing i- open to the public
and entered the Fair grounds.
Proceeding to the front Jordan-
ian Pavilion, they started march-
ing to and fro. One of their num-
ber, C. Irving Dwork, national
secretary of the American Jew-
ish Congress, lifted a picketing
sign reading: "The American
Jewish Congress Urges Peace
Through Understanding Jor-
dan Incites War Through Bigo-
try." The Fair's official slogan
is "Peace Through Understand-
ing."
When a Fair security officer
ordered Mr. Dwork to lower the
banner, and the latter refused to
do so. all members of the uroup
were arrested. All but Mr. Dwork
were charged with disorderly con-
duct He was charged additionally
with "resisting arrest.
Those arrested, in addition to
Rabbi and Mrs. Prim and Mr.
Dwork. included: Theodore Bikel.
a prominent singer and actor;
Theodore Kolish. a national vice
president Of the AJC; Mrs. Howard
I.evine; Harry Schacter. another
AJC national vice president; James
II. Scheuer, chairman of the AJC
Executive Committee; Mrs. Ben
jamin Spiegel; Mr- Martin Stein-
berg, and two other national vice
presidents. Robert Wachsler and
Theodore Mann.
Rabbi PrilU and all the others
Wre held in the Fairs police de-
tention room tor over an hour, then
taken in a police wagon, hand-
cuffed, to the Queens County Court
House. There, they were placed in
one cell. They were provided with
lunch, consisting of soup and bread
but were not given any spoons.
For three hours, until their ar-
raignment, they sat or stood in
their cell, singing various songs,
including an old Negro spiritual.
"Go Down. Moses."
Prior to entering the Fair
grounds, Dr. Prinz issued a state-
ment in which he declared that the
material displayed in the Jordan-
ian Pavilion was "designed to ob-
scure the truth about Arab re-
fugees He called the mural
"offensive and malicious." saying
it was "a cynical effort to use the
refugees for political purposes, a
libel of the Jewish people" The
AJC, he said, "protests the use of
the World> Fnir to promote hate
propaganda "
Judea Holds
Annual Picnic
Two hundred families partici-
pated m the Temple .India Belig
ions School annual picnic held at
Matheson Hammock on Sunday.
Activities Included father.and-
sun softball games, races, eake-
bakiliK contests. pn/ The picnic was organized by
Temple Judea's Ben's Ciub.
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5ov McXeldin Will Speak at Tribute To Rabbi Schiff
,;, Hi,......v R. McKcldin. of
jrv. n 11,lor ol the- Aiiii-r
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. [01 aii : presidenl of the
I nil rence Of Christians
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Tribute on Ma) :;i at
ille Hotel.
S non Schiff, immo-
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nical Association,
ted the State oi
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will climax the
celebration ol Ii
miversarj ot state
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will be i S. ii'i>
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C:-vdered one of the nation's
[i ost orators and a longtime
cha-rpion of Israel, Gov. Me-
| Is. '. spiritual leader of Beth
|EI t*r the past sin years.
GOV. JHtODORt McKUDIN
Rabbi Schiff was cited for the
State 'i Israel Redemption Award.
'<< orclin" '" '"*i"........1 "'mint
K. Blows Hot in UAR;
Calls Israel a 'Menace'
LONDON (JTA) Soviet
K ushchev told Egyp-
- this Keek, in the presence
idenl Nasser, that Israel
menace'* not only to the
ul to the whole world.
Soviet loader spoke at a
- rally in Port Said where he
,, wreath at an obelisk mark-
the 6.50u Egyptians killed in
it; sue? campaign bj Britain.
nee and Israel In a speech in
i. he promised Egypt that if
Nasser Government asked for
we shall supply them."
Other repsc't from Cairo said
I that Nasser had been urging
Khrushchev to join Egypt in an
ultimatum to Israel to implement
the 1*4 Urited Nations resolu-
tions and abandon its National
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At Put Saul. the. Soviet leader
llso said that "a reasonable and
just solution mu-t be found for
Palestine" He said the Franco-
British goal In the 1956 campaign
., is destruction of Egyptian in-
dependence.
The Daily Telegraph reported
(rom Cairo that Khrushchev prom
ised the Arab leaders that the
Soviet I'nion would more than
match in supplies to the Arab
countries any modern weapons giv-
en to Israel by the western powers.
The United States. Britain and
Prance were named specifically.
Kin ushchev was understood to
have specified that this promise ap-
plied particularly to aircraft,
lockets and guided missiles.
Khrushchev also met with
Ahmed Sh u kairy, head of the
"Palestine Entity," allegedly re-
presenting the Palestinian Arab
refugee, Shukairy told Khrushchev
thai the "Palestine Entity" regard-
ed Palestine's "liberation" from
Israel a* inevitable Khrushchev
reportedl) restated to' Shukairy
bit earlier pledge support for
the Arab stand on the refuges
issue
Rosen of the Greater Miami Com-
mittee for State ol Israel Bondsj
"in appreciative recognition of his
exemplary services and devotion
In bebali oi the faith ol Israel.
the people ol Israel and the land
,/i Israel "
A record attendance for the din-
ner was predicted Wednesdaj by
loe Zalis, president oi the pioneer.
Miami synagogue an I chairman
I the functi in Two past presi-
dents oi Con ;jr< jation Beth El.
Philip Berkowiu and Flyman
( h.'bin r. are serving a- honorary
chairmen. Mayor Robert King
High, of M'ami, a close friend
Of* Rabbi Si hill, ha- accepted an
invitation to attend.
Co-chairmen for the dinner are
George Ba-s. Benjamin Boskin,
.Mrs. Max Kappaport and A. Sol
Weger. They are working with
Mrs, Jack Shapiro, president of
Ibe Sisterhood, and a Committee
oi Hosts including 90 other lead-
ers of the congregation.
Rabbi Schiff was recently
named to the Committee on Med-
icine and Religion of the Dade
County Medical Association and
currently is chairman of the
Religious Affairs Council for
Dude County Civil Defense.
A faculty member of the Col-
lege of Jewish Studies of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, Hanoi
Schiff has done extensive work in
television and radio ami has writ-
ten many articles for the local
end national press
A special Israel Book of Honor
also will be presented to Rabbi
Schilt at the May :;i dinner, Zalis
said
Celebrating its 25th anniversary, Dade Paper Company, one
of South Florida's oldest and largest paper products distribu-
tors, hosts John P. Cofrin, president of Ft. Howard Paper Com-
pany, of Green Bay, Wise. While in Miami. Cofrin (second
from right) presented Dade Paper with a certificate commemo-
rating 15 years of association between the two firms. Re-
ceiving the award. Harry Genet (second from lefti. founder and
president, acknowledged the decade-and-a-half of friendly
cooperation. Dade Paper Co. is a locally-owned family en
terprise. Irving Genet (right) is a founder and vice president
Saul Genet (left) is sales manager. The company recently
completed a warehouse addition to accomodate clients from
Key West to Pompano.
Ada+h Yeshurun Has Graduation
Grs lualion exercise for the sen-
ior kindergarten class of Temple
Adath Yeshurun was to be held in
the Charles Rosenberg Memorial
Hall on Thursday evening at 7 p.m.
The 25 graduates are Robin San-
del. Gayle Cooper, Susan Pel/man.
Mina Jacob. K'ana Kngelman. Nor-
man Bernian. Lisa Dollinger, Faith
Mars. 9eotl Van, Todd Kaufman,
Steven Kaplan. Scott Teich. Dani
Silverstein, Jan Cook, Janet N -
ditch. Lisa Smokier
Also. Jody Lehman, Steven Blu-
menthal. Bruce Hoymann. David
Braddy, Joseph Barg, Debra Deg-
enshein, Karen Margolis; Barry Se-
gal and Cheryl Lee Schwalb.
Graduates will present a play
depicting "A Day in School."
Registration for Nursey School
and Kindergarten for children :t
to 7 is now open at the Temple.
Rolow: Built by
R-B-C. this com-
pletely fabricated
66-foot roof sec-
tion was swuna
onto pylons at
Opa-Locka. It cov-
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'russ plant.

Roof Trusses?
Sinai Youth Will
Install Officers
On Sunday, 1 p.m.. Temple Sinai
Youth Group will be hosts to the
Greater Miami Federation of Tem-
ple Youth, holdinc election of of-
ficers fer the coming year
Following officers of the Tem-
ple Youth Group will be installed:
Presidenl Bonnie Bloom: record-
in- secretary. Ailonc Sandier: cor
responding secretary. Lorry Sie
gel; treasurer, Mike Hittleman.
Candidates for vice presidenl
are Charlene Wiener and Carol
Blatl
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Give Them Tools
to Build Israel
. through
At vocational training centers and educational institu'.ions throughout
Israel particularly, in new towns established as development areas
young people and adults are learning manual skills, studying new tech-
niques, to support themselves and help build Israel into a self-sufficient.
I losperous nation. Through CARE, you can send the tools they need
:o do the job work and training tools for craftsmen; technical books to
-orve as tools of education in such fields as mining, engineerinq, and
ijnculture.
CARE's Self-Help gifts for Israel are chosen in cooperation with Israel:
Government officials, who recomend receipient institutions and groups
CARE applies your contribution to meet reauests ranging from S20 tool
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You cannot name specific recipients, but the tools and books you provide
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your name, reports to you on how your money was used!
Send Your Personal
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A GIFT OF FOOD IS ALWAYS WELCOME
For relatives and friends in Israel, or ior those who
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So many like him are hungry .
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ICJIOUS
&
TH IS-AEL. ^80 Carlyle Ave,
,, ., Ribbi Isaac Ever.
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SHALOM CONOREGA-
83 SW 67th Awe. Orthodos.
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EMES. 2333 SW 19th Ave.
..itivr R.ibbi Abraham Sch-
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William W. LiRson
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CANDLEUGHTING TIME
18 Sivan 6:47 pan.
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SOUTHWEST CENTER 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
PrUIa) ;::" and 1:36 p.m. Bermon:
"What i>.. We K\|i... i from Our
buth" Hebrew and rhinda) Pel.....I
students will be honored. Saturday
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TH EL. COO SW 17th Ay.. Ortho. "" Mr* Baui iejrli Ricky,
o. Rabbi Solomon Sehiff. Mr and M'- Martin I.im.ly.
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H.m. Ifcir Mitzv.h: Jay, MM of Mr.
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Raturda) R:S0 a.m.
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711 40th St. Ortho-
Loi.n Rottman.
Moo*
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ACOS 301-311 Washington
. thoao*. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Mauri ; Mamches.
Saturday s::;.i a.m.
in i >iu Horoi -
ODESi 1101 SW 12th Ave.
-. Traditional. Rabbi Max
Ca-itor Fred Bernstein.

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Oiie Hwy. Conservative.
a imon April. Cantor Hyman
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Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerncr.
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FLAGLER GRANADA SO NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros- .
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I I i" vl. i. in rioelnsj ,\. r.l.-. i* i.ir
10 Hebrew Hrl.....I students. Morris
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FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetreo
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Orthodox Ri'ibi D.n ;1 Lrhrfield.
Cantor Abr.ihani Seif
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM.
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3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
e
Ohev shal.iv Normandy O'
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Avo. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nan-
mias.
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TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Con-
ssrvative. 1025 NE 1B3rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan.
Cantor Maurice Nau.
PYlday :l'. p.m. Religions School tu-
l.niK nIII participate in the dosing
. Kerriae* Saturdaa V-4.'. a.m. Bar
Mltivah: l^irrv, :-.n of Mr and Mrs.
Jaik 1'i.H.ll.
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5*50 N Kendall
Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
| Friday v'.u p.m. Temple. Kleterhnod
and Brotherh.....I offtn i imd board
members ill be Inatalled.
TEMPLE BtlH EL OF HOLLY.
WOOD. 13SI S. 14th Ave Reform.
Rabbi s.iiiiu-l Jaffe.
trlilaj vi:. p.m Offk'ere of the Tem-
ple, [irotherhod and Sietrrl......I, and
truatees will ."ii>.. t.it.-.i. Kntur-
tin) 1 I a Mi
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TEMPLE BETH s,H RAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reuonstructionist. Rabbi
Morris Skoo. C.intor Herman Gott-
lieb.
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz.
____a ____ Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly- IVi'l." vir. p.m. Adult IW.ir. uii.l.r
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. \ dlr-.-tl..n of Jos.|.ti S. liivlhm:. m ill
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. C a a t o r ( be bouvred, nrui..n: '>plrK*l "isli-
a in. Bur Mitavnh: C'larR. eon of Mr.
ami Mi- Ralph M.-rvis.

TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Gesshon Levin.
PYldaj v;;u p.m, Saturday vir. a m
Bar Mltavah: llnrv, eon of Mr. anil
Mr-. Nathan Tudor.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale.
Friday .vl". p.m. Rabbi Low) "ill r--
11. The Ueputy" bj Ball Hooh-
hutli.
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TEMPLE TlFZRETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative Rabbi
Hyman Gross.
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TEMPLE ZAVIORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Dickson.
Piidaj vl". p.m. Bermon: "What t<
Remember." Saturdaj S:43 a.m Ber-
ni.m: "Portion of tha Weak." Bar
MltsTvah: iiii Robert( aon .f Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Rlemer,
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TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St
Conservative. Rahh, Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
Satiini i> '. h in ISar Mltavah: Wll-
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Krlday vl.1 p.m. Sermun: "The Becker
Am.-nilment." Sitturday L0:4B a.m. Bar
Mltavah: Jon |)avld, Bun of Mrs, Her-
bert Kink: Kiinalii Stephon, sou of
Mr. uiui Mi-. .i"s.-i>ii Mrota.
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TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex-
ander Cohen.
Saturday !? a.m. Sermon: "How ilr.-al
is Our joy." Bar Mltavah: Philip, aon
of Mr. ami Mr-. \l I'ri.illali.l, charter
i metuli^rs of th. Temple.
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
Maehtei.
I-Yidav v.'.ii p.m. Sermon: "Memorial
Day, a Lesson in Cybernetics." Sai-
urilav ^:::,i am. Youth services
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
Friday i> p.m. Saturdaj : a.m. Bar
Mltavah: Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
si a nl..\ Prankel; Eric, aon of Mr.-.
Claire Bank.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday vi:, p.m, Beginning of sum-
mer schi dull
ham, son
' !. I .
r Mr
and Mri
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I II
TEMPLE JUDA. 320 Palermo Ave
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecai
Podet Cantor Gordon Richards
l'i Iduj vl p.m.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
, TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N
A.'e Conservative. Rabbi
Wernick.
I-11'la.. 8:30 p.m. Sermon:
Pools." i inea Sli il.l.ai hosted
l.i ll.....I S.i : ill .lav a Mi
lii. I'm Uon ..i thi \\ k
:. raid
Miami
Henry
"Brat e
b) Kls-
S.-:.....ii
p.m. Nursi kimleitiir- e
! TFMDi E NER TAM'O.
80th St and
YOUNG ISRAlL 9"0 NE 171st St.
Orthodox. R.iobi Sherwin Stauber
KVIil i. in Slit ui
i. V'uentliin from I;, piinslli|
Hebrew Academy Women Reeled
Mrs. Rosen as President Here
Let Us Give Kovod to Those
IWho Gave Up Their Lives
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RABBI DANIEL LOWY
- plo Sinai of North Dade
lonung weekend, wc ill
Ihi' 90th anniv crsiiry of
' official Memorial Da] m
:ilr\ Throughout the land.
'nans. -i.-indmu on hallow
.al grounds, will deliver
extolling those who
'he supreme sacrifice in
I ;ill thai America stands
ir m ids will he followetl
resounding 21-gun salute
solemn rendttaon oi tapi
is ritual; we will honor
ived war dead Perhapt
Id .i!-d ipand some time
day tn eulogize the Iiv
express our appreciation
who dedicate their lives
th daj io tin- cause of
d i idiom in the world
rev. the word for it is
Unfortunately, "kovod
.i negative connotation.
' i- used lo deride indi-
ho seek vainglorj Y< t
1 meaning, "kovod" can
rj that is well-earned.
(oi us to give "kovod"
because they are
ompeting with us for
However, we find
difficult to give
Mrs Leonard Rosen has been
elected to serve .1- president ol
the Hebrew Academy Women for
Ibe second term, Mrs Joseph
Shapiro, chairman of the Nominat-
ing Committee, announced Wed-
nesday.
The new slate of officers and
directors were installed at a
brunch hist week at the Deauville
Hotel
Mrs Rosen preceded the
installation ceremonies with an an-
nual report of the organization's
activities during the past year.
She recognized and thanked these
chairmen and active workers re-
sponsible for the success of the
group under her leadership.
Prior to becoming president
Ol the Hebrew Academy Women.
Mrs. Rosen served as a vice pres-
ident She was chairman of the
Women's Division' of the Hebrew
Academy Building Committee and
originator of the Brick-for-Life
Project. It is through this pro-
ject that the Hebrew Academy
Women dedicated the Ida Appel
Auditorium ami plan to dedicate
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1......a uj IM1..1.1- Meedanifs II.h-
rj .Mis, -tm !; 1. Bernnrd Haetavky,
Kilna Bear, Jack Beraer, Arthur A
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i:.i kou 11/ Katlle Bit lei. Jerome
1:.. nj.iif.l.l, Morris 1:1. ii.mi. I.l. H I.
Hinder. eVll Blank, Charles Boffin,
Jui-k Worhsbaum, l.oui- A. Bunlm,
Jonah 1-:. 1 'a|,t.i 11. Jack Ciment, Louis
I.. 11. s.11.ih Cseeh, .la, k Davla,
Mllilreil 1.....1. Milton Ktitvnrek-h,
liiiiuaii Klsenberg, Mai Knalander,
Sam Karl" r
Mesdann-s Prank Fine, Isidore
Kriiilniaii. Charles HYuehtman, Loula
I'n.lis. Henri Qewits, Bett} l Uln-
giss, Maurice UoldlinK, William
iioldsteln, lieralil fireenhern, Kthel
t:rossman, Henr> '......Ian, Maurice
Kellner, Benjumln Kornrelch, Kti-
gene l^ibovlti, Aaron 8. La tier, Hnlo-
i'm-m Laufi-r. Marvin Llpmnn, Rose
Lobel, Mi. Ii o I Mabel, Abi than
Mason, Lillian Meyri. All xanm i
Mnskoviti, II. in ^ l'iwhansky, Leo
K, iiilianl. Il.ii old K. nil. nl. SI
M.-.l.iMi. Kllas Rosch, Harr>
l:..-. nl.. 11:.- Joseph Knbat, R u hi
ikowUx, Sol Sundlei S. Im.
MKS. ItONAKD ROSEN
RABBI DaNiU tOWr
Trntpfe Sinoi ol No. 0oe
Hire
Mrs, liuM'ii is widel] known for
her active participation in num-
erous Civic and Religious Organi-
zations in the community and in
recognition o the living, because Baltimore. Md her native city
we are en iotlS S"d want the >''1' ('- Ct>V PUtldP"! "
... ., Bonds for Israel urbanization and
nit ion :.i. ourservi __. .
Itie member >t Mizrachi Women,
While "kovod" means honorJTemple Menorah, Hebrew Univer-
ami glory, il also refers to that -,|\. Mesivta Women and the
Women's Division oi Combined
the School's kitchen in the near fU- < Schwart*. Irving Scldcl, vi'i.i
ham Sliaplio, \ IrKinin Stlvi-iiit^a
on, I'M'.v hi a sni del N '
..ii i: S|ili Iman, Isidore Siwlter
.l.i.iliam .- inherK, I llmr Stern, Is
I |i h, Hell ii I'm h, Moi
w aldman, ll. m Weishatis, I'hili
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I'ltOM send tasaplets biogroahical
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whuh is wreichtv, We must learn
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receive il We must be prepared
In givi it more often lo these
who. b\ their mimic to their
fellowman, have shown thai they
have a flnel) tuned conscience
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As we remember the departed
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lor which our brethren died. Let
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and women who constantly strive
to fulfil the resolution thai these
soldiers shall not have died in
vain.
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Friday. Ma
Browse m late Bv HllARY MINPllN
Some Fascinating Considerations Other Than Scholastk
HEBREW MYTHS. The Book of Genesis. By Robert
Graves and Raphael Patai. 311 pp. Doubleday. $4.95.
IT HAS LONG been noticed that many of the stories in
the Bible, and particularly in Genesis, have their conn
parts in the myths and legendry of other lands. Sir
i; mes Frazcr's classic. "Folklore in the Old Testament."
^ es numerous examples, and the often-discredited but
ys fascinating Immanuel Yelikovsky has offered per
suasive
events as
of siicl
conjecture on the historicity
Deluge and the rain oi blood.
Biblical ars find either feasible or accurate
the
ol othei peoples
consequent appearance m the mythology
Robert Graves, author oi more than ninety books, re-
nowned as a pre., novelist, essayist, translator, "'tic and
classicist, and Raphael Patai. director oi research of ine
Theodor Herzl Institute. Biblical scholar, author and
anthropologist, have collaborated on a book which
much further in this kind of comparison than mosl schol
Capitol Spotlight:
By JESSIE HALPERN
Official Washington Will Welcome Eshkol
Washington
OFFICIAL WASHINGTON will
welcome Israel Prime Minister
Lev! Eshkol this coming week as
he commences a 12-day U.S. visit.
While the West has viewed Soviet
Premier Khrushchev's recent Cairo
noises with annoyed concern, and
last month's U.S. visit li> Jordan's
Kin- Hussein with household pest
tolerance. Washington looks forward to Mr Fshkol's
pn k nee here, not only because it is politically sig-
nificant, but. indeed, will be a refreshing change
As go Were Spying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Compromising Liberty
BISHOP FULTON
J. Sheen ap
peared before the House Ju-
diciary Committee the other day
fid declared that the Supreme
Court had "exceeded its competen-
cy" in ruling against prayers and
Bible reading in public schools.
Some will say it is brash to
challenge Bishop Sheen on his own
competency to comprehend the
true essence of the issue. But Bishop Sheen is a
strong partisan in the burning American debate
ver church-state separation: and as this nation
wrestles with such a fundamental problem, over-
heated by passionate claims, perhaps Bishop Sheen
had better take a fresh loek at the matter
In his presentation before the House Judiciary
Comnntte. the Bishop referred to the famous term,
"'a wall of separation.'' as merely a phrase written
by Thomas Jefferson in a letter to a Baptist group
*t Oanbury. Conn This is a favorite approach for
these now fiddling with the First Amendment to
the Constitution.
Well, let us leave Tom Jefferson out of it for a
moment then and turn the pages of history back to
what another ot our historical patron saints had to
lay. I mean James Madison, the real daddy el the
guarantee of religious freedom in our Constitution.
In January, 1789. Madison urged the very First
Congress to submit to the states for ratification
amendments securing "all essential right-, partic-
ularly the rights of conscience in the fuflesl lati-
tude." Eventually, Madison won his battle. In the
course of that fight, he made a prophetic observa-
tion: "I confess that I do conceive, that m a Gov-
ernment modified like this of the United States, the
great danger lies rather in the abuse of the com
munity than in the legislative body The prescrip
tions in favor cf liberty ought to be leveled against
that quarter where the greatest danger fates, namely
that which possesses the highest prerogative of
power. But this is not found m either the executive
or legislative departments ol government, but in
the body of the people, operating l>> the majority
against the minority."
In the battle ever the Becker amendment the
leading proposal to circumvent recent important
and inevitable Supreme Court decisions regarding
public school prayers and the use ot the Bibli
a medium of public worship in the schools the
obvious danger is that a thoughtless majority shall
wrest from a defenseless minority the basic ri
of freedom of conscience.
A considerable part of the Protestant church
apparatus in America realizes this. The Catholic
magazines. "America," and "Commonweal. realise
it. Reinhold Niebuhr and Harvard Law School Dean
F.rwin Griswold both realize it and have conveyed
their views to the House Judiciary Committee
But unfortunately, many gallant voices are
silent at a time when the nation most needs to bear
from them. We have, therefore, the dreary proa-
pact of seeing the Congress of the United States, for
the first time in 172 years, actually modify the First
Amendment and thereby lay this great country open
to a host of constitutional modifications which could
well carry away with them the foundations of our
free, democratic society.
Presumabh the Israeli Prim. M
President Johnsoi will center then
around three genera mutual int. -'
Because ot ccntinuin
Near Fa-tern stability particular^ b> the I VR
an overall evaluation ol th. "
East "ill certainly be ol prime import
Prime Minister Eshkol's sta> h. n
While neithei Mass Khrus
chev'S recent diatribe- rcinl N -
ser's threats against Israel are n.
obvious in recent weeks that in increas
ot responsible people in Washing! the
time is long overdue fol : vain
ing ot l.S. polic) in the Near I
Congressional pressures foi nev i
Department action and polic> cl
ing. A number oi Senat. incl
Gruening, Democrat of Alaska Tl
ocrat of Connecticut. Hugh Scott. Rep
Pennsylvania and Philip Hart. I Mich
igan have been in the forefront stronglj
L.S. aid to Egypt In complete!) cut Oil It "
known by this tune that Egyptian povertj continues
to increase as Egyptian military strength grow>
thanks to l.S. support.
From a practical viewpoint, the issue is ob-
vious: Nasser is a genuine threat not only to I
but to the entire Near Fast, the Nasserian threats
can no longer be dealt with via polite
and the State Department should know that Nassei
intends to turn his verbal threats into reality
Though apparently Nasser doc- not promise im-
mediate war against Israel, as Prime Minister Esh
kol clearly stated last month, "the threat ol wai
has not receded." Reflecting ., necessary
quence of this situation. Eshkol a Idi
maintain the deterrent strength ol I
fense forces to frustrate th. s, ad-
vance, so that the verj the
be just as ludicrou- as it is Cl
In practical terms, L'.S.-Is ..,11 of
c< tirsc also be discussed. The l S
expressed friendship toward Israi .
ation to come to the aid ol am Near I
try threatened with violenc.
late President Kennedy made tl
this U s. position was reitei
Deputy Assistant Secretary, ol
in his "we will not stand idly bj
the pro Arab Citizens Commute, I .; Amei
icy in the Middle Ka-t Additio ally
who doubts the mights
The
'
Mate
I
'
support of th. s
Yet it is known that Israelis feel that th.
effective immediate mean- ol ...... \ ..
ern aggression is sufficient military pow.
vince Nasser that he would be beat..... -
situation. The state Department claims tl \
knows he would be beaten: but this hardlv
Israel- concern with Khrushchev's military
and the presence ol German scientist

Panorama:
*n ihej h.,vP,u.
is to take some 61 Hebrew "myths" and parallel ,k
with ancient Near Eastern myths which exhibit sim?
patterns or sometimes only an etymological coincid
The book has been roundly criticized by a ^^**
scholars who find, for example, that the equation f!
with the Greek Hebe is capricious, as an- other simd-
mes ot names, and that the chronologies are jumbled
that some of the correspondences with orif
UiJ
Pisa
Ml1, r-tandaHj
material are downright inaccurate.
somewhat difficult to assess the value of the book'ln
light of all the academic polemic which ha- siirroundeit 1
I would submit, however, that (her. are considi
ations other than the scholastic. Freud- "lioasta
Monotheism" was a masterpiece of analytical distorta?
yet it made o mpeUiag insights. Reik's R tual andU.1
ligion" wrenched myths like taffy: yet it madt a dobs
which vva- inescapable. The fact is th./
-olutely fascinating, and the theological i
easily overcome bj even th) v '
tic we..pon- II some ..I it is imagmatr. n
not. those term-, it both Instructs
\- Samuel lohnson said, that's the purp

Between You and /Me: By BORIS SMOIAR
Herzl Press Success
cation
QUESTION ol
l- comin.
ion to the forefl
ewiah life There -,
n the part of all Jewish .
rterested in stienj
nn-ciousness among In
en Jew a ho t.
boot 85 percent of l
can Jewry that .1. .. -'. i
progiams must be made mere effective j they hi
the younger generation of Jw- Dr I
nel Neumann, leader of the Jewish Agency, who has
devoti .. t "I part of his life to stimulating Zionist
Jewish knowledge, is one oi Ihoai -n lead-
' \".erua who not only speak of the need (of
a better Jewish education but who also act,
It w.i- due to this initiative that the American
on ot the Jewish. Agency ten year- ago estab-
Bshed the Herzl Press in New York a publishing
house to provide American Jewry with a hotter ap-
Btion and understanding of the Jewish heritage
I result that this institution has receded is
books during the years ol it- exist-
the American Jew to understand not
and Zionist history, but al-o life in
ntriea including Israel Six of the hooks
Israel-American relations while Molten
. on- aspects of lite in Israel -
. achievements, it- cultural institutions, its
;en its women, its politics and aati-
.. greater underatandii rsel w
\ eri< an J<
scholar!) works published bv th. Herri
- include books on Zionism, its philosophy, Mr
role it played in uniting Jewi thi
the world in striving for the establishment of I
.te Some of the Heral Press booki have
: published in cooperation with k ling Am*
bhshing houses, while other.- were co-spoo-
American Jewish organisation.*
H..v i his expectations confirmed l Ks
BO planning a one-volume ::Miou-word
edia of Zionism and Israel a- a n'
for -tudents. scholars and writers, which n*
hopes to publish soon Editor, of the li n Pr
Hapliael Patai, who i- very proud -.fty of
the book- published and of the caliber ol th.
ot these books
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Major Impact of Yiddish on English Language
|N THE GREENWICH Villag.
which cater.- to the avanl
tellectuals, we across
week- issue ..t an old friend ,
ken, clynik" (Don't ban.. ,,,, .
the -ame issue, we ran into anoth. I-
ish old timer, the word 'chut/,,,!,
Apparently the intellectuals
they don't go to "-Imp K
they cannot get a raj from
liable "".Maine LoBhen."
a o i v. l(|.
"'" Pwt Bialik was
speak in Yiddish. siIggested'thatTh
'--ad. "All right."" sa I. ,' k"" .
we'll speak Hebrew yo time
Actually the word "chutmah" ,.
but was incorporate,, y t "n> H'W,
entering English Houghlv ch t ua '" '"'
.. bu,,,,r do., t'l;**; -n*
mm h bli-
the old re
in an en
nish comes in handy When the Hel
America, an acquaintance with wh
uggested that th.-v
said Bialik,
pah" has a kind of .
ganc
("but/.
.as a Kinn oi quintessence about it no. 7 "
* 'l""""j""........*......'",'.rt";,';1;:;1,,:.:;::
|*n the fellow who killed in- par. <' '
brought Into court, pleaded for mercy
that he was an orphan.
' Chutzpah" is a terrible thing It
eductive and there is something eerily lJ'1'""*
about "chut/pah.'' The Talmud ha- a that
God yields to the man with "chutzpah
"Hak mt kem chvnik" .Don't bang
roughly, -hut up. quit your nonsense, but
quite convey the meaning because "Don;
is more poetical It conveys a visual itnagi
person ..round you banging a teapot You
what nonsense is that fellow up to? Be .
00d that the Yiddish expression evoke-
There no reason why such words KM) n< b'' LB
'nto the English language. English has takenJ""j
u"' BMe I lt of nice Hebrew words like Mallei"^,
v.bbath and jubilee. Of late, it sems to have '"'
ome of the less nice words. A friend was "^
other day of a non-Jew who frequently used U" ~
methuggener" which he apparently learned i"""
ig*
mid th"*'


iday. May 29. 1964
* Jp*7c#< flrrSrn^n
Page 15- A
LEGAL NOTICE
k. tuf circuit rnuBT or the
|\m JL'DICAL CIRCUIT IN AND
U-OAOf COUNTY. FLOR.DA. .
No 64C 5022
I SIANCO.
, SCO
Inn"
UK HI VNCO
\
\ v fork
iKK HKUKBV notified thai
Hlvorce has been :m..I
,' ,n,| you are hereby re-
| ... i iP) ul yotti anaw.
iinl on iii- i'ii imff-
IH 111 R W K UllJCK,
V W 1 till StH l
, nd rile the ui itlnal
in I he "fill, if thi '
. mil .III,lii l;ll i-clllt
County, Florida on
tli da) "f .In".-, "'i
h ihi l'oni|ilalnl will
I .-. >i b\ -. ou.
Hi rlaj ..i May, 1984
VTMBRM VN
uf I c ii-iiiii i niirl
I' I' i I' 1:1. \M i
I ,. it} i l.-rk
- I _':'-."'
rDfiyeiw
LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
n-
RCl'iT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
' DADE COUNTY, FLA.
IN CHANCERY
No 64C 401
< DAVISoN.
'
| i' DAVISON.

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
. H.FRED C DAVISON, Ri -I-
n are no( Ifl. .i to i e
I on .insw n to I i|voi re
I .iu.i n-t you nil Plaln-
ii !: iRi IE NK 'II- ii. as'.
\ w i .'ill \\.- Miami, Fla and
i i i. k of Hii- i -.. hi
June Mh 1964, oth< rwlac
'I b. ronfi seed by you,
Maj ".. INI.
' ii i.i:.\ riiKRM w
"So I'll come down a few cents on my salami,
Sarah, and then watch 'em run for cover!"
Coor. 1964. Doynu f.odutl:ot
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA :N RNDwOR^DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERC
No. 64C 5193
'I.A 8HIPP.
Plaintiff.
\ -.
EDDIE LKF SHUT.
Def< niliinl.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti i EDI 'IE LEE KHll'l'
11.".| B. 1".111 Sir. el
LonR K .! h| ',lllf"l ll.l
Vim. I-:i i. ... sin,.]., .it. herfh)
notified thai .1 Hill ,.f t'ontplalnt for
Divorce hai been riled against you,
and .Mm are required to nerve .1 copy
uf >i.111 An-v.. r or 1 'leading to the
Kill of Complain! an the Plaintiff
attorne), Alnsli 1: i-\ dli Suite
202-204. 2313 K.W. LeJettna Road,
Coral 1; bli -. Florida 3II 14 and rile
glnal Answer or Pleading in
the office ol hi 1 ii k of the I
'"""ii "i.......'fore iii. lath day 01
June, 1984. 11 yifti fail to do bo, judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the
Kill of < 'ompl ilnt.
Tins notice shall !" publish) .1 om e
.nli week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH l-'l.' iKIHIAX.
ImiNK ami ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, tin- >iii da) ..1 Ma) .. l>
1 :-.
K k LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, 1 >aoe 1 'ount). r lorids
lai ul) B) 1.. s. 1 '.1 'letru
Deputy Clerk
AINSLEE r. 1 ,-.m>ii:
Suite J";'-l. mi SAW LeJeune Rd.
Coral Gable*, ;-'i.i i'ii. 448-2618
Attoi n. > ror Plulatlff
'. I5-22-2S 1
if the Clrcull Court.
P.> : C P 11 ipBLAND
Deputy 1 .
. 8-l.i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HKRKIIY GIVEN thai .
ng i" iii:.i-.
undi 1 he fi. 1 lllous name of
I m: ("ERA Mk's :< :..... Ha)
\- S :it. Til. Miami B, ni Ii Flor-
I ida to n ulster said name a Ith
1 ''.- II .'!...
I'lorlda.
uot ,si: p main
Hola "a 11.
\ Ibert, Wi s a- 1.' ona
fOI Ippllcanl
>v.-t 1 ...;.;. r Street
i- .,.1 Ida

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ni: is iikim'I'V ntvw"
in 11. .1. desiring to engage In
111.- .ll'l";- the I I. I, .1 >,..- ......" -
I v. 1 ; u '. 111. r The Weddini
Li. r M.iini; Thi Weddlnn Cen-
,: Oables; i'ii.- Wedding
.1., The w adding 'n-
lireat, r Miami aj Ml 1 Coral
\i .,in,. ki.ii Ida Intends to rag-
f -. .1 n.,in. nil iiu- 1 "i.i k ,.f the
1 '11 111 1.1 1 lade 1 'ount;. H.n Ida
.1 VHI \N EltEEFIELJJ
i iwner
S 1-15
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDV IN PROBATE
No. 6308 1 Judge Clark)
IN RE IM.,1. of
JOHN BltKN'K > -'
.1 k 1 JOHN IIHENi S
I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To am 1 1. ill llav-
Cla n.- 'i Drill imls \-.i.- -1 Said
Bstati
V..M ire hi notified and re-
guli, ,1 in i.i >eni an) 1 lm and de-
iiiiuiil- In. Ii you nui) ha
Ihi ti ate ol JOHN SRENK \Ci> .1 k .1
Ji iHN BRKNC VS rli .,-. .1 !......1
Dude County, Ploilda, the I'otinty
i,.,i_, .... i and file il>--
same 111 duplk Hi and n* i".....i' In
Section JJ3.18, Florida Statutes, In
th. 1 nffli In ih. Co llHntaa
in Dade Cnfintv, Fiorlda, within six
al. miar months 1 om the tins* of
ni. rirst publication hereof, or the
sain, will be bai 'I
1 .. .1 .it Miami, Plae ila, 'his SIM
I \|.iil. A.I'. IF64.
MALCOLM II ri'.lKDMAN
\m ^dminlatl ator
lr-t publication of this notice on
the -1I1 ila) "' M >. ''''
Mai.i.ii.m i- 1111-: I >M \N. attorney
.Mi S.-. urit) Trual B!dg.
-. ir.-2i-2
F
1 iTK

r.
NOTICE UNDER
CTITIOIJS NAME LAW
1: IS HKKKIlV QIVKN that
nigned desirinc to engage in
un.l. r ihc fictitious iiunK- of
\Y SERVICE KlltK.W at
.. North Miami Ranch,
ii- in 1. giati r aald name
1'.. ;, of the Cln : 1 t Court
'nui v. Kim Ida
I' 'UN I" KKK'.AN"
Sole tm nor
!! Box MS
Mi.....1 Beach. Fl.Tida
1-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY OIVFJN thai
lii. -i .1. -:'ina to ngage In
thi fli tiiii.n- name of
"AN u in 1" i\\ i'< iMI'ANY .11
N VV !0th I'l.nrt, Of.i -I.... ka
'. 1. giater said 111 m<
dI Hi- Circuit Courl
inty, Florida.
C\Rol. i; SHKfl'ARB
KNK \. F*EROUON
p< '! II \.;i:n
1 \..i. 1 lean win.low
15-2!-!!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
the undersigned desiring i" engagi I"
1,ii-ii'.-- under the fictitious name 'f
ACE BKAl'TY Sl'l'l-I.IKS at UM
K.B. Iard Street, No. Miami Beach
Intends t" register s;.i.i name ith the
Clark the Cln ill Court of Ud
Count). Florida.
MS KKAl TV A HAltitKIt
sri 1'i.v co., inc.
S/l-28-3. '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th< undersigned deali Ing t>. 1 n|
business undei I hi fictitious name of
srnKsii'i: 'iri.F SERVICE sta-
TloN .it 1401 Harding \\.-. -
I in. i.i- :.. register said name.
with the '! ik Ihi 1' 1. i.t '""M
..I 1 ',1,1. County, Floi i'la.
WALTER Ml ROFP
."1 > r. .--.'.
NOT'CE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEvl NTH JUDICI Al CIRCUIT OF
Florida in and for dade
county in chancery
No 64C 5077
" il sKIDEMANN,
f.
\ -
I i' .M \N\,
I .111.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DEM v.NN
\i m> II.....I
Street
. New T >rk
Ii nil are hi
1 n filed uB.iin-t > 0 I,
* ,.,..
.. ..1 Pleaidlng t" the
on me plaintiff's
, n UBS, IliilMA.N ,v K.\r-
.- W 1-1 Street, Miami,
file the original vnswer
1 he offloe of ill.- Clerk
, beiore the
1964 if you fail to
"t b) .i.-Uuit win ha
I 1 : 11 th relief de-
IttU ..1 Complauil
hall 1.. |i ibi -'...1 n.
IMF. .i|..u inH KlxmiM \N
v^' "I:Im:i:i:i. al .Miami,
> May, a.11.
HERMAN. Clerk
l>adi C inty. Florida
B) Marguerite M.nford
it Street
" ds
PkUntUI
/-ij-jj-2
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 4984
UENK M M: I IN BENNETT,
r ti iff.
PEARL BENNETT,
1 >. 1. ndanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
V"l. PEARL BF:NNBTT,
,1. 11. pnkonu n, ore notified I.....
., cop) ,1 nj auswei lo Dlvn
.-..1111.1.11111 i'ii. .1 against s "l.-. 1 u-
attorm y, BEoRtSE Sl-.'HULAIs
..t; n w l-'iii \- m '"'' and
with 1 let k i.< Ihls hi
,.11 or before Jun. -'. :>" rw
. 1111 -1 nut ill 1.......' 'I I') > OU.
DATHU Ma) .
1: B LEATIIKRM VN
1 'l.-ik .if Ihe '".T.-i'i: Cn
;i:>'.r IXtl'ELAND
Deputy 1 erk

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS 111:1; 1:1 v ovk.n thai
*tit. iin.i.-i -tun. -I, desiring 1....._.i^. In
1.1-111.-- inder Ihe rictltious name of
w 1 .i.i- 11: s 11 10 N.FI Stri .t.
North M Ian 1 1:- .i h F1. rlda nti nda
|,i r, isi-'. 1 1 'I. ik
r- the 1 Ircull 1 "oui t -t 1 < > "ount),
1 ......1.,
BIHR, INC
IRVING CYPKN UK' OFFICES
Uta 11. or 1 d r, Iiu'.
.; > r God e) Road
Florida
1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60706-C
IN 1:1: Estate f
K'-.: Si 'SKIN
le.-. .1 Hi .1.
NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
ni 1 TH'i: bun b) given thai 1 havs
riled ni> Final Report and P.
for 1 nii iliiiiii.n and F'lpal Discharge
.1- Administrator "f the -tat. "t
ROSE s.'SKl.N. deceased; and that
,.n the 1'ih day of June, :'"'.. "ill
'apply to the 11......r.iiil.- Count) Judge*
..f Bade County, Florida, foi approval
..f -mil P*lnal Report and foi .iitrl-
1..ni..n and final discharge aa Admin-
latrator of the eatate of the above-
named decedent. This Itth day of
May. l!-6i
JOSH REPHI'N
administrator
I ii.sil REPHCN
Attorney
!jT" VTaahlngton Ave.
Miami Beach, Floi Ida
:. IS-21-29, 6 3
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62709-B
in RE: Estate "f
DAVID PHILLIPS
1., .-.-r-. d.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO M.i. PERSONS INTERESTED
in thi: !>tati-: of said DECE-
DENT
Yi.ii ..!-.- hereby notified thai .1 writ-
ten Instrument purporting t<> be the
la.-t ill and testament ol -.-.i.i dece-
dent in.- been admitted to probate In
-,,.,1 Court. You are hereby com-
manded within six calendar months
from ii'.- date of the first publication
I ibi.- 11.......ippear m said Court
and shoe cause, if :.n> you can, "Ii*
:i,, aetlon uf said Court in admitting
-mil will 10 probate should n.-t stand
i-.r.\ oked,
I-RANK K. IX IW1 IN'!
T,-y Judge
Hi Mi II. 1 1' 1 Hi k, i'l." k
lea I Ion uf tlii notk on
, i:.tli ilaj ..f May. 1961
IRVING i'\ PEN 1.AW OFFICE8
Mlii ii.>
-:". \rlli r iial t. v rW.,
, Miami K. a. Il, F1 Ida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS lli.i:i:i:v GIVEN Hi it
Ihe undersigned, dealrlns. t" engage
iii l.u>in.-.- under the fictitious name
of MIM-aiai; r ;,i :...... > ,
Highuay, Kendall, l-'ia Intends t"
-.11.1 naiii. with the Clerk ..t
iii. "In nit 1 ..in 1 ..1 1 lade Count).
Florid 1
.-' 'i ril 1 '\ 1 >E :': 11 "i:i;Y CORP
MARVIN I wil'NKlt
Attorne) foi tpVllcant
I lisle) Bldg.
12 -is
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
noticjj is hf:rf;hy kiven that
ill,- undersigned, desiring to em
bunlnesa under the fictitious natre
..1 mf:dici sii' 'i: c< irp hi 592 w.
.";li Stre. t. HI11I1 ah it.1. nils I.
i-t.i -.1 i.l name with the Clerk of the
Clrcull Court of Dade County, Florida.
' AKIKKKA.N Sill IK CORP,
A New Vork Corp.
Authorised to du BUHin.-si. 11 .
M VR\ IN I WEINER
All,|.. ..nit
..;.; Altisle) Bldg.
:, is
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NA:.lb LAW
Ni 'T'l.'i: is 111:1:1.1.v mi i;n that
ih.- undersigned, desiring : engage In
bualness under the rictltious name ..1
BONDED K\Ti-:i:i'i:isi:.- ui 1 N.W
^tIi Street, Miami Intends lo reglstei
said num.- i\ iih the L"li i k ol ;ii. Clr-
cull Courl of Dade Count), F'lorlou.
BERTA MAE Nl >RMAN
Soli 1 >w in 1
:. 22-29, i-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 5433
ANGELA ROSA REIN A DE LOERO.
Plaintiff,
-IS.-
I.CIS ANTONIO l.i'Ki:'!
AIUSMBNDI.
1 i.-f, ndanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I'll: I.IIS ANTONIO I.oKKii
ARISMENDI
FMIficio Sulelka
Avenlda da las Daliciaa
I'rimer tranto, Apt. 7
t'aracaa, Veneauela
YOB ARE HEREHY notified thai
;. Complaint for IMvorce has been
1 ii. .1 agalnal you, and you are hi 1 -
b) required t" serve a copy ..f your
. 11 swer t.. the Complaint .. the I'lam-
tlffs attorney, i.kstki; ROOEKK
whose address is 9l'1 N W. itth
Street, Miami, Florida, and file the
, riglnal "i the Ansn r In ihe nl flee
of the Clerk of the Eleventh JTRhcial
Clrcull in and for IHtde County. Flor-
i.ia, on ..1 befon the !9th da) nl
.inn.. 19(4, in default ..f which the
1 -..mi.1..nit will be taken as confeaa-
. .1 Ii\' \ mi
DATED this 1 -itIi day ..f May. 1984
B, B. l.l-.ATMIKMA.N
Clerk "f the Circuit Court
B) C. r "I'i:i.a.nh
Demit) Clerk
."> 22 19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 623'3-A
IN RE
Ml 'i.I.Ii: EISNER
I v. 1
NOTICE OF PROBATE
thi: ST M'K "i 1 i."KH'V ,., 1%,
TO ai.i. i'i:usi'N- in 11:1:1 -
Till-: RST VI 1" OK l*AIH I 'I CEDEN I
You are hi a writ-
ten in-1 run il put 1 itnm to hi thi
utsl w ill and tests Id d.
1.-111 has been to probate in
I
mended within
in..,1 th. .1 ,t.- if first u iblli atlon
1 '..nit
in. wh>
'
> ,1.1 ui to ;...' I stand
nui evol
th, -Hi ,1 i\ of M.i -
\\ 1-- BI.VNTO
LoiS II.
IRVING CYPEN 1. \ \\ **r I' B
attorney
thur G Ifn '
Mi.mil K.-.i. h, r
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63102
IN i:i-: >'-'-'.....
\\ ii. 1.ik C< K i \\ 11.1.11: '" '
ft'.C.) 1:1.1.1s.
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
|.. M.I, i-ltKIH I'.'IIS \NI' M.I.
iNS HAVING 'I. M Ms I IR I >E-
\i \ni '- vil tINST mo isi'a ri:
yOH 1 notll led and re-
.....' any claims and de-
w hi. ii 'I ma) hav
w : l.l.IK COOK iWII.-
IE C.) (W.C.I ELLIS, de. .as. I late
.,, cumfa -: 1 County, North
int) Judgi 1 1' ide
1 file the same in dupli-
..I. il in Si. 1 Ion
In iii- '
hill! HI II! 1
,j |.-|,. 1 1 k culi ndar n
from II ih. 'if-' 1 > -
a ill be ba
'..inn, Dade County,
Florida, ihls 1 da) ol Ma) A I .
-
M \RJORIE DAVIS 1:1.1
|tj .\m-.;;|i M KWKRPLIN
n .,1 ihi-
II !
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
. undersigned, deslrlna to engage
hnslni under the fictitious name
Nl IRWICH F5GG C< 'MI'A N 1
uan Court, Miami Beech, Intends
.. r 1 i.l nami with I he 1 'lerk
ihe .'ii.nil Court of Dadi Coun-
. 1 1.,1 i.i..
VNNA III..U'
;, J2-JJ .; '. 1 _'
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jewist Fkridliaw
solicits your legal notice*.
Wo appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial H M- WQ5
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Cr
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 4329
.1. I. KISI.AK M" IRTGAGE
CORPORATION UF I LORIPA
Plaintiff, ,
.iKKAI.I' It WILLIAMS, el ux,
11.-l,nil.Hit
NOTICE OF SUIT
I'. 1 Rita M. Williams
::: Fourth Street
Lowell, Massachusetts
V.,11 are hereby notified thai '
,ii,..\. t-api .1 action has b< 1 n 1
.-1 it in. il against you in thi
Court of the nib Judicial Clrcull
Florida in and f..i Dade Counts
foreclos. .1 mortgage upon thi folio
mi: .1, -. 1 1.. .1 i eal propert)
l..,i ; Block 1 ..r TAYLOR M \N'
hccoi ding t.. the Plal thereof,
., orded In Hal Book >( ..1 l"a-
iv oi the Public Records of Da
Count F loi Ida.
Y..11 ure required to file your '
-w.i io plaintiff's c.....plaint with 1
Clerk ..f th.- aforesaid Court, ..
-ni. .1 op) thei.-..f upon i.i.iintif
attorn, j M VRTIN PINE, 1 Ith Flo.
I de 1 di ral Building, Miami
1 11..t lati than luni '". 19
:, Deere. Pro Confi --> ill be
! .1 AJ..I .11-1 ..11
DATED Ma) --'. "
II I.EATHERJI \N
. I. 1 k ..1 the On nit i '"Ui t
(Heal) B '' I' '' 'I'd. VNP
Deputy Oi ik
\l VRT1N F'lNK
Attorney for llalntlff
1 lib 1 loor Dade F'eileml Bldg.
M am 12 Floi da
:. .'-. .'. r.-is
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN il
[th* nn.i. 1-- .1. desiring to engage
I business under the fictitious name
DIRECT DISCOUNT IMPORTS at 1 -
K i-*i..ti. 1 Street, Miami Intends
register wii.l nnnii with the Clerk
the < 11. nit Court of Dade 1 'tin
Florida
DON IVER >N
:. -.:-:"'. 6/5-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
business under the fictitious name
THE I'M 1. M'T'S at ii"l MareeM. -
Drive, Miami Beach, Fla., Intends '
said name with the Clerk
i-ii,nit Court "f Dade Count
Florida.
I'M I. KW ITNEY, Si.l.- Owner
:. L'!', ft ".-1!-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"r
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61777C I
IN RE Estate of
. 11.1 >Ri .1: P. SP1CZAK
I it-ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors ami ah Persons Ha
ing Claims or Demands Against S
1 ..-I i.i..
v..., .11. heretiy notified and r
niii.-.i to 1.....nt an) claims and d
in.in.1- which .'..11 ma) have .man
the -1.......'' Georgi P Spicaan de-
ceased in.- of .-.-ik County, niiti'.i
ti. the Count) Judg..- of l lade Com
I. ., .i ti-. ihe same in duplicate nt
,B provided In s. ti,.n 7:U.1K. F"lori--
Stat'ites. in their offices in the Coin
tv Courthouse In Dade Countv r
nia, within six calendar months fro i
mi. oi im- 1 -1 publication ban
, .( ... th. ,..-, a .11 be barn !
Dated al Miami. Florida, thi* 11
; May, ad. 1964.
1-1 ETHEL MALI
v- \n. lltary Hxecutt Is
i-1 it-t publication "f this notice
1.. Ktl da) of May, 19641
RICHARD A Ni:i.SiX. KSQS
Mi.-in. 1..1 ViK-illar) Executrix
R..ad
Miami Beach, Florida
NOT'CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAht" LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
Ins tn ngagi In
hnslni -- mi.i. r Ihe flct lions name .-i
IN 11:1: WIA EXPORT AND IMP! iH I
,-, .. ,,t M01 S u lT:h sir.. 1. Miami.
Florida intenda to said nan
with the Clerk of the Cln nit Court
..1 i>i.i.' County, l-'l"
PL.OR1DA l'HYsl.'IANS SUPPLY-
INTERN \Tl"VAl. IMVISION INC
1 1 1 la. ''rp 1
SOll 'NV II' I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVI S tl il
Hi. underslgneil,
1 111, of
r. 'Y m. isi.i: \ PAR I'M' n 1 ni :"".
1:1,-1 1 > v. 11 11 ;.. Island, n. i Hi Bay
Intend to regi-ti i name
w it Ii ih.' < 'l.-rk of the I i lUI t of
1 ....a 1 'ount). Floi Ida
HYMAN KIRSNER
ll> V KIRSN i.K
I.EEF t \ n K 1 s
liyman ft Id
5/8-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O-
Fl.OR'DA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 8464
II'.I-'l-M.XN INTI.K.N VTIONAL.
.-. >iti'i >it \ in iN, .. Delaware
..r.it Ion,
Plaintiff,
II..!: M \N MACHINERY D1STR1I1-
PTi RS OK 11 IIUPA, INC .1
Florida pnration, and Cl iRSIN I
\ M.l'KS, Jointl) .m.i 1.1 severally,
I >. f. 11 lanl- .
NOTICE OF SALE
N. ith-i: IS HEREBV '!l\ BN
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Chile Leaders Deny Anti-Semitic Statements
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Continued from Page 1-A
ials. were given by the DAI and
the World Jewish Congress to the
Argentinian Foreign Minister,
Zavala Ortiz.
The three interviews included a
variety of pro-Arab propaganda
statements in line with the general
Arab League policy on Palestine.
In his denial to the Arab monthly.
Sen. Allen ie stated: "1 did not
make any such statement. I have
had no contact with any represent-
ative of Nacion Arabe." In my
opinion, this gees beyond all jour-
nalistic practices known in my
ei untry. If 'Nacion Arabe' wants |
lo know my opinion on any matter,
including the problem discussed
in the lies' 1 am referring to. I
s-hall be gild to given an inter-
- icw to any responsible reporter
Mr Pral indicated In hi- lctt< r
to the magazine thai a journalist
bad visited hint three months earl-
ier and had asked him questions
about the Arab-Israel conflict and
Zionism Mr. Prat stated in his
Jetter to the newspaper:
"I refrained from expressing
an opinion in view of my lack of
information about the question
JWV Memorial
Service Set
At Mount Nebo
Department of Florida. Jewish ,
War Veterans of the I'nited States, j
v ill hold its annual Memorial Day
services on Sunday. May 31. 11 '
. m.. at lit Nebo Cemetery. 5505
MV 3rd St.
Hy M. Morris, vice commander [
of the Fourth Region, and a past
department commander, is in
charge of the program, and parti-
cipating will be the Color Guards
<.t all Jewish War Veterans posts
in the South Florida area.
Services will conclude with
the firing of the traditional three
volleys by the Department Fir-
ing Squad, and taps will be blown
by Al Stuart and Augie Simon.
Rabbi Alfred WnxiiKin. honorar)
chaplain oi the Jewish War Vet-1
trans. Department of Florida, and
chaplain at ihe Veterans Adminis-
tration Hospital, Coral Gables, will
be in charge of the liturgical por-
tion of the services, and will be
assisted by members of the Rab-
bincial Association of Greater Mi-
ami.
The grave sites ol all veterans
of the Jewish faith buried in the
cemetery, will be decorated with
an American flag, with the com-
mittee handling the decorations
consisting of Dave Dresner. Syd-
ney Bergman, Sidney Horn. Ralph
Lampert. Michael Schechter and
Bernard Wander
and in view of the fact that it
dealt with n matter involving a
conflict between other nations
about which I believe I had no
right to comment in my candi-
dacy for the Chilean Presidency.
I believe that the statement re-
flects the correspondent's ideas
as he outlined them to me when
I to!d him that I was insufficient-
ly informed about the matter.
Therefore, have to deny the
statements which do nat come
from me."
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laved because ol his campaignui
hroughoul Chile, wrote al Ihe be
ginning ol May to the Arab maga
ine denying thai he had given
au interview anJ emphasizing that
have been a response of mine."
Both Sen, Allemh and Mr. Prat
hod asked that their letters bo pub-
I ei, but tlir latest issue ol
Sacion Irabe." auain attacking
Zionism and Judaism, mikes no
ai Tacuara and Gu;
dora Naciomilista
These groups he t,||
considerable disrepute 2
suit of other incidents,
ing criminal activities
!il lnleme" "" L""......., ;orrcs .,. ,. ,11 to the d. nials from
;," ,,'.., presidential candidate*
The publication "i the alleged
nond to mj style nor to m> man
ner ol expression l
L-xpressed opinion!
,. ......" m ilia
their members had been -3
ed.
World Jewish i ongrei
quarters in New York h 3
ed that the activities oi a
Nazi group, which receotb
number of -l<
a numoer 01 d<
aroused consider- main Chilean cities, h
'"".'. TZ Z article II >h ndil '' Argentina banned by the authont
cms de 1, h the article^ ^ ^ ^ ^
nvthiie no on ihe problem >ocal n .upporten wh. Wry*f Interior and the I,
nyjng J Ar,h ,,,.,., de- .he Ntf group. Frani .
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Miami. Florida. Friday. May 29, 1964
Section B
Opti Mrs. Will be Led
By Mrs. Louis Pilzer
M/SS LIUIAN GOODMAH
MRS. HAW FLATOff
hrong Due at Fete
or Mrs. Platoff Here
, dt preview coffees and
eral of the 15 group- ol
hami Beach Chapter ol
ah this week Insured a re-
lance at the Hadaasah
S r,-t Sixteen" Annivcr
ncheon at the Doral Beach
". Monday
la champagne reception at
will precede the luncheon
at which Mrs. Harry
Platoff will receive the
t.i Szold Israel Bond Award.
Platoff. initial Israel Bond
.an for Hadaasah in Great-
mi when the first issue was
cd 13 years ago. will be cited
r lifetime of leadership tor
and II.id,i-.-..ii
Adams, television comedy
and .i dhor of several best-
humorous books, will pre*
,1 show at the luncheon
/ Dover. Consul General
I who has headed Israel's
ate for the Southeastern
states for the past three
has chosen this luncheon
farewell to the South Flor-
. i-h community
ill represent the State ol
i the presentation to Mrs
Chairman of the aftair is Hiss
Lillian Goodman, immediate past
president ol the Miami Beach
t hapter, who also has been in the
forefront of Israel Bond activities
since the program began in 1951.
Working with her are Mis Nal
Barth, present chapter president;
Mrs Fred Jonas, co-chairman;
Mrs Dorothy Krieger Kink and
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, hon-
orary chairmen; and the presi-
dents of the 15 groups which com
prise the Beach Chapter.
Presentation of a special Israel
Book ot Honor to Mrs. Platoft
bearing the signature- ot the piesi
dents, officers and leaders of the
(hapter and all ot its groups will
be another highlight of the lunch
eon.
All past presidents of the Beach
Chapter and Miami Beach women
who served ..s presidents ol the
Greater Miami Chapter which pre
ceded il are serving as honorary
patron presi ents oi the luncheon
Last year, the Miami Beach
Chapter was cited at the national
convention of Hadaasah in Pitta-
l.urgh for leading the country in
Israel Bond -ales and purchases,
Annual installation of officers of
the Upti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach
will take place at-the Barcelona
Hotel next Wednesday noon.
Theme of the day is "gradu-
ation," and will be dedicated to
the outgoing officers. The pro-
gram was written and will be nar-
rated by Mr.-. Murray Gilden.
Mrs. Louis Pilzer. who is being
promoted from the vice presiden-
tial ranks to the presidency, has
been an active member of many
organizations during the past. An
officer and board member of Bis-
cayne Elementary PTA and mem-
ber of the Board of Directors of
Temple Menorah Sisterhood and
the Angel Chapter of Hope School.
she was vice president of B'nai
j B'rith. member of Greater Miami
i Chapter of Deborah and other or-
; ganizations in the community.
She lives with her husband and
; two children at 7815 Noremac Ave.,
! Miami Beach.
Other officers to be installed,
are vice presidents. Mrs. Seymour
SUverman, Mrs Leonard Platt and
Mrs. Jerry Undenbaum; treasurer.
Mrs. Sam Hirsch; recording secre-
tary. Mrs. Frank Nankin; cone-
ponding secretary, Mrs. Irving
Kern, social secretary. Mrs. Bill
Click
Mrs. .lames Karg. lieutenant
governor of Opti-Mrs. of District 4.
will officiate as installing officer.
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rschlag was a jet flight to
ncisco Trip across
fie in Honolulu will be
I i-i in that direction .
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'r Orient
times Exotic places on the
itinerary are Tokyo. Hong Kong.
Bangkok and Singapore.and then
return to Honolulu for a stay
long enough to sight-see all the
Hawaiian Islands ..
First stop back on the United
States West Coast will be Los
Angeles, where the efferve-.cut
Trudy has a date to meet her -on.
Dr. Harry II. Hilton, who spends
hi- summon as a consultant on
Aerojet Winter-, he's profes-
sor of aeronautics and astron.ui
tics at the University <>f Illinois
Trudy, a seasoned traveler. Is
mo an expert packer .
POT her extensive summer
jaunt, She plan- to carry one bag
weighing SO pounds, leaving room
for 11 pounds to be added en route
Intrepid Trudy has ajread)
chosen the area for next year -
trip. South America, one of the
few places in the world she
hain't already ca-t knowing
eye.
Mrs Ruth F. Cooper, long time
resident of Miami Beach, looking
forward to visit from son Melvin
and wife. Dr. Leah Bedell Cooper,
traveling with daughter. 16 month-
old Debbie Ruth hasn't seen
her grandchild since -he visited
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Friday, May 29. ig64
Nat'l Hadassah
Executive Visits
Florida Region
Mr- Gerald P. S(l1"- president
, [the Florida Region of Hadassah,
-aid Wednesdaj thai Mrs. Arthur
Rubel, ol New York City, con-
sultant for Integrated activities of
Hadassah. "ill Havel throughout
the region during the month of
May and earl) part "f June
Mrs Rubel will help local chap-
ters plan an intensive summer and
tall membership campaign in con
ction with the region's new
slogan "Let's Do More in 'M."
conducted two sessions tor
Recipients of Sistie Award* at the annual
luncheon of Temple Judea Sisterhood are (left
to right) Mesdames Sidney Longer, Manuel
Serkin. Richard Korwich, Alan Schrcgger, Leo
M0
ft IS
Members of the Louis Brandeis Women of Miami Beach meet
for luncheon and a planning session at Variety Children's
Hospital. The group will raise funds for allocation to the new
hospital's laboratories now nearing completion. Variety's S2
million construction program will add three wings and 85
patient beds, an expanded out-patient department to serve
50,000 children yearly, and a new recovery room, surgical
suites and therapy department. Left to right are the Mesdames
Arthur B. Chaplin, Bertha Tepper, William Thierman, Harvey
Schuldiner, Lena Yagoda, and Pearl Fine.
Menorah Ladies Installation Fete
Temple Menorah Sisterhood in-
s t a 11 a t i o n last week in the
Deauville Hotel included a sup
Kcpolow. Hvman Belkin, Hany Dubler, Harold
Jalier and Melvin Schwartz. Not shown are
Mrs. Moit Zimmerman. Mrs. Sidney Deutsch
end Mis. Samuel Schulefand.
Sistie Awards'
At Temple Judea
Twelve outstanding women ol
Temple Judea Sisterh.....1 were hon-
. red Wednesday at a luncheon in
the Temple Reception Hall
Mrs Sidney Deutsch received the
, veted award as "Woman ot the
year" i r i tceptii nal -< rvice to
T mple through Sisterhoo
The annual au ards I im h >n was
based i n the "Sistie At
Av ards" theme co chaired b> Mr-
- dnej Lai i i an I Mrs
: s rhi M 'si es Si
Schulefand. Manuel Serkin, llarr>
Di bier. Hym n Belkin, Harold Jal
ter, Sidi ej Lan ;er Al in S
Ber. It i c h a i d Horwieh. Le i
low, Mori Zimmerman, and
Melvin Schwartz were presentc
S stie trophies for their oul
ing services to Temple
Outgoing president. Mrs Frank
"iback, honored her Executive
Board with corsages Newl
ed prcsi lent Mr- Marvin L< \ in,
accepted the presidential
introduced the new 1
Board
Guests ol honor included Albert
Jacobson, Men's Club President
Mr. and Mrs Herbert Geli
Temple presideni and hi- wife,
Itabbi Mordcai Podet, and Mrs Al
tred Reich, national board mem
ber of Temple Sisterhoods
She
the Miami Chapter on Tuesday
.,! the home ol Mi- Leonard
Wolpe, .in San Esteban, (oral
Gables and on Thursday, Ma) 21.
ai the home ol the Miami Chap-
ler president. Mr- A E Cohen,
1700 SW 125th Ter
Mrs Rubel conducted a io'nl
session for the Hollywood and Ft
Lauderdalc ( hapters on Monday,
May 2r>. and visited Palm Beach
in May 27
The Miami Beach Chapter ol
Hadassah will be hostess to Mr-.
Rubel commencing .'one 2 with a
i mbership planning session sche-
[or that date ai the Algiers
I at i" a m
Mrs Soltz will conduct the lirst
i \, i utivc Boai I m< I I the
I'lorida Ri lion during Mi Rubel's
.lav on J Sky
. a> Hotel, bei
-. ith ofticci in al Irom
all ovei the -tate.
Rubel has been
, nh the Zioni -t mi
. irlj i ii She has >|
ed befon h audiences in
10 states, as well ;.- in Shanghai,
I oi don and Mexico
dty.
Committi in i har ;e ol Mrs
Rubel's i-ii include Mesdames
Barth, Maurice Cahn, I red
Ii nas Noi man Meyei 11 roth)
Fink, all ol Miami Beach, and
tlcsdames A E Cohen, Joseph
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for fish, stews, omelet, spa-
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olive oil, onions and herbs,
ilowly simmered for perfect
taste. Keep plenty on hand.
per snack and entertainment.
Theme was "Sisterhood Por-
trait." with Mrs. Al Mechlowitz
and Mrs. Leo Sonnenblick serv-
ing as co-chairmen.
Mrs. Sam Belsky has been re-
elected president. Other officers
^re Mesdames Lawrence Weston,
Leo Gottlieb. Milton Singer. P.
M. Pollack. Norman Harrow, vice
presidents; Samuel Graham. Irv-
Ing Wechsler. Sam Schiffman, Hy-
man Bergad. Essie Wolf, secre-
taries; Hyman Bergad. treasur-
er; Jack Sperans, parliamentar-
ian; Al Mechlowitz. chaplain;
Arthur Jurkowitz. historian.
Member* ,.r ih,. board are Me-
,.m..- Mayer Alirnmowlu, i:.i,,.,
''< i" i. Mam ii. i nii-i, in. Jack
Rumtrin. Williiim C'artnt-I, Rita Up-
>t< in. Sol ivn. Eva Prank, .-""i
rrankeJ, Clara Uoldbprg, Leater
(oldberK, Joseph Oreenberg, Aaron
HarriK, Sam Hohaumtr, ll.i/.l Honor,
Hurrj Horowlts, Ann Hyman, JacK
It rael.
Mevilnmei Herbert Kaplan. Ed-
ward Kaurfer. Moves Kay, Edward
Klein. Herman Koonerman, Jack
Korenblit, Marshall Keatser, Max
Kranss, Ben Kroveti, Mae Kunstlich,
Hall) Kurman, Pauline Lew, Moi
i> Lunch, Mm Hi i Miles, Paul Mill-
'.iii i '"I,- Horowltx.
Mi 'i i hi. .- Prank Nankin. Max
Nyer, William Pnulive, Mann,,. He-
1 '. I nil, i Ring, Ai mm Rosen-
i i--. Harr.i Rosenfeld, Lillian Roths-
, .Mid. Isaai Sapeniu-ln, I:
[Schwartx, Jack Segal, Abi Keleiofr,
Rose sii. \ Insk). 11, n s. hra in
Mesdames Irving Solomon, Leo Son-
iii nbllck, i',l<- Stern, Louis Hucli-
Iti nlamln Htelntx i g, Rose
i ui ker, VI.. Tow bin, Bernard Tal-
niadge, Maurlee Well, I: Winnie
u Insiein, Morrli Yoffe.
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Mrs. Corey
Accepts Gavel
lira Ruth Corey, newlj ,;, l!(,.
president ol Chai I hapter, B'uj
B'rith Women, at ce pi ed tht
gavel from Min Hi len silvi
outgoing president, last wi
the Deauville Hotel
Conduct ng the
annual installation i \|r.
Mired Reich, counsi lor and im
mediate past pre* | DbUK
, r.isw
Other officers on the i
Mr- Jack Zebiti
\|i Helen Hoffm; i Mrs
Gaier and Mrs Elsie
l n -ulent-. Mrs Fn\ |
treasurer; Mr- \n\ .dmvt.
Miss Helen Levine Mrs \atu|
Breslnv, and Miss l' |
11 i etaries.
Mr- Flora S nu
i. rian; Mi Glad) Zin
his tor an; Mrs .1 -
i i.i inel Mr- Nath n K. n a%\
i.im; Miss Helen 5 n *|
selor
Serving with Mr* ()car R|
enthal, chairman ij
Mr- Jack Zebiti Mrs Flan
Sriek and Mrs Helen llultma.1
Entertainment fe itured Ur-|
i \ Blue, singer and .iccoi |
Milton, Leonard Wolpc Irwin
and Max Swartz, ol Mumi.
Gables Women's
Luncheon Tuesday
B'nai B'rith Women, (oral Gable>
Chapter, is having a paid-up mem
bersh'p luncheon at 11 30 a m .
Tuesday, at the Coral Gables Worn
er's Club, 1001 K Ponce de Leon
Blvd.
A millinery fashion -how pres
ented by Ted Peters manager and
designer of Jordan Marsh ol Mi-
ami French Salon, and modeled
by member- ol the bowling league,
will be presented
At the last meeting ol B'nai
B'rith Women, the following were
elected: Mrs. Sol Greenberg, presi
dent; .Mrs. Arthur Rosenik, Mrs
Al Bass. Mrs. Sam Magazine, vice
presidents; Mr-. Herbert Schur
owits, Mrs. Moe Finegold, Mrs
Charles Maun- secretaries; Mr-
Paula Winter, treasurer; Mr-
Arthur Ras-man. counselor
Surgeon to Speak
Next Thursday
Dr. Waller G Sail will lecture
on urology on Thursday, June I,
, at Washington Fe eral Savings
and Loan Association. 1234 Wash-
ington Avc
The event, scheduled lor 8 p.m .
will be sponsored by Lebediker
Branch el Farband. A question
and answer period will follow.
The branch celebrated the in-
stallation of officers and the |6th
anniversarj ol Israel's independ
nee last Saturday at the DiLido
Hotel, with representatives ol the
Bialik, Ben-Gurion, David Bliss an I
i'oale Zion Branches in
. i,
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GUARANTEED NON-FATTENING!
Newlj elected presideni is J
P. Zuckerman Program included
Fannie and Mjchl Gibs i Bi
yomen, Joyce I *i and i
Barretl ..t the piano
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Friday. May 29. 1964
Jew 1st fhrkttan
Page 3-B
Mrs. Harold Reinhard Elected New
President of Florida United Synagogue
v ffjcers and board members
I ,-jda Branch, National Worn
n. li .,........ United Synagogue
I Amei ica are
President. Mrs. Harold Rein
,,.|h David; vice presidents, i
I.. vrthur J. Brown. Beth Moshe.
,1- Aaron Cohen. Bnai Israel.
m Petersburg. Mrs. Jax Jacob-
ii. Beth David. Mrs. Seymour
I ,-mpU- Sinai. Hollywood.
. Ben Shapiro. Bnai Raphael.
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Mrs. Reinhard
Off to Briefing
\:,-. Harold Reinhard of Miami.
elected president of the
la Branch of National Worn-
League, United Synagogue ol
ill participate in spec
..I briefing sessions for the 28
,i, dents of the League
,, take place -lone 7 to 11. at West
e, \ .1 and at the Jewish
, al Seminary in New York
it}
The group represents the top
ship of the 771 synagogue
.nun groups Of the Con-crva
ive movement, affiliated with
pgatiom throughout the
States, Canada, Mexico and
. rto Rico.
v, -Kins will include meetings
nh national officers, executive
. irector, and chairmen of the 26
i partments which carry lorward
ne program of education, service,
nd religious activity of the
i ague.
Special events will include a
hriefing al the Seminary, with a
isil to its famed library, the J*w-
>!: Museum, and an address by
lr Louis Finkelstein. chancellor
! the institution.
Florida Branch includes 28 Sis-
! hoods in the State of Florida,
nth a membership of over 3.000
.nagogue women.
Mrs. Reinhard, 1631 Coral Gate
lr., is a past president of Beth
David Sisterhood.
Mrs. Lawrence Wulkan, Or olom
Recording secretary, Mrs Mur
ray Kay. B'nal Raphael; treasur-
er. Mrs, Irving Funnan, Beth
Tor ah; corresponding secretary.
Mrs Murray Kaye. Or Olom.
Board ol Directors are Mesdames
Hersebel Brooks, Fred Blank, Fred
Greene, Morton Levin. Stanley
Golden, Ben Harris. Sol Goldstein,
Stanley Stein. Louis Seitlin. Rich-
ard -Harold, Jerome Rifkin.
Installation ceremony, held May
12 at the Hollywood Beach Hotel,
was conducted by Mrs, Harold Riv-
kind, leadership training discus-
sion leader. Florida Branch, na
tional board member. B'nai Israel
sisterhood. St. Petersburg.
National hoard members are
Mrs. William Dickson, Mrs. Nathan
Becker. Mrs. Ralph Hankin. and
Mrs Harold Reinhard
Hatikvah Chapter, Mizrachi Women, are shown at a "Save-
a-Child on Mother's Day" luncheon. Standina deft to riqht)
are Mesdames Sue Hermon. Morris Dubler. Emma Ratner,
and Abraham Dlatt. Seated are Rabbi David Lehrfield. quest
speaker; Mrs. Harry N. Schwartz, president; Mrs. Morris
Bienenfeld, luncheon chairman; and Mrs. Israel Teich.
Honorials Are Dedicated Here at Adath Yeshurun
Phi Siqs Name
New Officers
New officers who will serve Phi
ii.ma Sigma Alumnae of Greater
Miami during 1964-65 are Miss Aud-
e> Borok. archion; Mrs. Sam For-
n an, Mrs. Melvin Harrison, vice
-chons; Miss Barbara Ossip. tri-
bune; Mrs. Stephen Robbins,
cribe; Mrs. Bert Saul, bursar;
| Mrs. Norman Sholk, financial sec-
r. t.iry.
Phi Sigma Sigma celebrated its
5trth anniversary in 1963 with a
golden jubilee convention at the
Waldorf-Astoria in New York City.
President of Beta Theta, local
itive chapter at the University
Miami, is Miss Roberta Step-
tin.
NEW! FREE!
A REVISED EDITION OF
FAMOUS 24-YEAR
HEBREW-ENGLISH CALENDAR
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. of
Temple Adath Yeshurun, of No.
Miami Beach, dedicated 54 hon-
orials donated to the Temple clur-
, ing the past season at recent Fri-
day evening services. Honorials in-
clude:
Pulpit chairs, Mrs. Blanche Ros-
enberg. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Be-
loff. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lied-
man and Mr and Mrs. Max Mey-
ers.
Torah cradle. Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Platt; tabs holder. Dr. and
, Mrs. Donald Rosenberg; skull cap
receptacle. Mr. and Mrs. Kurt
Wolf; entrance to sanctuary, Mr.
and Mrs. Seymour Roth; lecturns,
Mr and Mrs Al Kessler.
Founders plaques, Mrs. Lillian
! Solender. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gor-
in, Cantor and Mrs. Maurice Neu,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Friedman,
Mr and Mrs. Charles Rosenfeld.
Mr. and Mrs Samuel Friedlander.
Mr and Ms. Jacob Schoenleld.
Mr and Mrs Abe Cohen. Mr. and
Mrs Leonard Falk. Mr. and Mrs
Al Kessler. Mr and Mrs. Martin
Beloff. Mr and Mrs. Joseph Lied-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lied-
man. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Teich.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Skup. Jer-
ome Linet. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Matz. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gross
i and Mr. and Mrs. Yehuda Segal.
Book of Life tChai). Mr. and
j Mrs. Louis Kanarek, Mr. and Mrs
Maurice Lichtenberg, Mr. and
Mrs Adolph Kahn. Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Falk. Mr. and Mrs. Max
Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
, Schoenfeld. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Diaz. Mr and Mrs. David Gelber.
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Kulick. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Philips, Mr. and
J Mrs. Louis Spector, Mr. and Mrs.
Morty Kester. Mrs. Rose Alter.
Mr. and Mrs Philip Mayer, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Stone. Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Belenson, Mrs. David
F.lwitt, Mr and Mrs. Louis Teich.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schenk,
Mr. and Mrs. Javk Teitle and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Matz.
Prayer Book and Bibles, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Teitle and
Mrs. Morty Kester.
Clock; Mr. and Mrs. Matthew
F.ttinger.
Joseph Liedman, president of
the congregation, made a
presentation to the following, who
comprise the daily minyan at the
Temple; William Platt, religious
i ice president and chairman of
religious committee; Charles
Smook. honorary vice president;
Sam Rubenstein, Joseph Cold-
berg. Julius Newman. David Gel-
ber. Harry S. Friedman, Irving
Laufer. Adolph Mitchell. David
Lit man, David Gorowitz. Eugene
Fried, Joseph Greidlinger and
Samuel Friedlander.
The congregation and Sisterhood
tendered a reception in honor
ol the minyanaires after the ser-
\ ice.
Cantor Maurice Neu chanted
the liturgy at this service.
BB Women
Hold Functions
B'nal B'rith Women'.- Council of
Miami and affiliated chapters
held the following events during
Ma>
Coral Gables Bnai B'rith Chap-
ter and Lodge presented the an-
nual award to the Southwest High
Schools outstanding science stu-
dents. Miss Elizabeth Vollrath
and Michael Goldbaum.

During a meeting of Coral Gables
BBW, held Tuesday at Hillel
House, Leo Steinman, recipient of
the "Outstanding Citizens Award.''
was honored. Judge Milton Fried-
man served as master of cere-
monies.

Hialeah BBW presented its an-
nual award to Miss Jenifer Den-
nis and Leonard Litzenger, sen-
iors at Hialeah High, on May 13.
The group's regular meeting
v as held Wednesday evening at
the Miami Skyways Motel. Pro-
:'am included a film on the New-
York Worlds Fair by Eastern Air-
lines
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Gilbert J. Balkin Chapter and
Lodge is having a .square dance
or Saturday, May 30. at Suniland
Civic Center. Ticket chairmen
are Mrs. Ainslee Ferdie and Ber-
nard Weintraub.
We've been told:
"For this
you should get
a medal!
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Golda Meir Will
Install Officers
Golds Meir Chapter of Pioneer
Women will hold its installation
coffee Wednesday, i p.m.. in the
Algiers Hotel.
Installing officer will be Mrs.
: Milton Green, president of the
Greater Miami Council.
Program will feature Israeli folk
songs by Mrs. Frances Packer.
New officers are president Mrs
Miriam Halperin; vtce presidents.
Mrs Oscar Zeltzer, Mrs Anna
Qukaro. Mrs. Meyer Kahn; record
ing secretary. Mr< Abe Seltzer;
f-nancial secretary. Mrs Sarah
Shapoff; corresponding secretary.
Mr- Anna Sorin BUd, M's Sophie
Zohn; Mrs Isaac Pushkin,
treasurer; parlimentanan, Mrs
Nathaniel Soroff.

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acquiring pretty
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Beach new Museum of Art
u ooe tag archetype the seif-
edocated poor immigrant wbo
hacked Mi -ay -.o the top of the
heap a-hiie ae*er abandoning his
E-roptan reverence for cut
tare
John Bass -s the iBiifirr
ted the City of ILiarr.:
Beach to spend S160.000 reco-
ai^g Mb c4d library on Park
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+Jmidh nnrictinr
Page 5-B
ORT Women
To Attend Meet
Some 350 leaden of the South-
eastern Florida Region of Wom-
en's Amerian ORT will attend the
i ai n al planning confer-
ence We I al the Everglades
Hotel.
Chairmen are Mrs. Jack Falk,
iducation vice president, and Mrs.
Will iman, executive com-
mittee chairman.
.....! 10 and
lo a.m., will be followed by
brunch. Mrs William Fishman will
cation, and Mi I louis
laroi presi enl. will
in keynote address
Members w il! then com ene in
orientation worksho] s and to form-
ulate plans for the ensuing year
Women**) Am i ri< an ORT, a
world-wide agency, currently op-
erates over 600 installations which
train more than 40.000 persons.
young and old. in 22 nations
DRT's Honor Roll Luncheon May 5 are (left to right) Mrs.
ience V. Lindreth, Mrs. Evan Olster and Mrs. Jack Flach-
: f singing "The Region's in the Best of Hands."
ORT Women See Citations Given
o the a item Florida Region of
U men's American ORT was
ess to more than 800 beautiful-
l>drrssed, coiffed and hatted
\ ii n at the Seville Hotel last
riYmbers present made Honor
K< :i status the past year and they
represented 13 ORT chapters in
Dad' and Broward counties. Mrs.
Uan Tir.nen. region vice presi-
rfi:,'. v3i chairman of the day.
Mr Louis Baron, president, pre
rnted an award to Mrs. Mae
Shurack for the highest Honor
Roll Achievement and another
l Mrs. Ben Friedkin as
1'" Woman of the Year" for
generous contribution ORT.
ORT Thespian Croup offer-
, i )inal comedy conceived
I ted b> Mrs Seymour
tei and Mrs. Bob Herns.
Malice in ORTland." Mildred
Drazier was musical director and
Mrs. Bernard Lash, production ad-
visor.
"Ode to ORT" was sung by Mrs.
Alan Simons; "The Region's in
the Best of Hands," by Mrs. Evan
Olstcr, Mrs. Jack Flachner and
Mrs Lawrenee V. Lindroth; "Lit-
tle Tin Box." by Mrs. Harry Sar-
noff and the "Snappy Garters."
Or Ohm Picnic
Jack I.iihin. president of Temple
Or Olom Brotherhood, announces
this year's annual Brotherood
picnic will be held Sunday at Trop-
ical Park grounds. Bird Rd. and
SW 82nd Ave. Starting at noon, the
da) will feature supervised games,
contests, prizes and surprises
Tifereth Jacob
Joint Installation
Joint installation of Temple
Tifereth Jacob, Sisterhood and
! Men's Club, held on May 23, was
Chaired by Leon Goldberg.
Invocation was delivered by Rab- j
i bi Hyman Gross, who also in-1
stalled Temple officers. Mrs. Eve- j
lyn Silverman and Jack Wilco in- j
ducted Sisterhood and Men's Club j
officers.
Plaques were presented to Leon
Silverman. a past president of the]
Temple, and Fred Rapps, outgoing
president of the Men's Club Mrs.
Ida Kirsch. immediate past presi-
dent of Sisterhood, was presented
with a gift.
Temple slate is headed by Dr.
Louis Salhanick. president; Dr.
Nathan Friedman. Joel Gross, vice
1 presidents; Mrs. Norma Turner,
secretary; Mrs. Kay Lingation.
I treasurer.
Sisterhood officers are: Mrs.
Mimi Klein, president; Mrs. Sadye
Lebowitz. Mrs. Thelma Wilco, Mrs.
Eetty Albert, vice presidents; Mrs.
Harriet Dorn. Mrs. Miriam Galik.
secretaries; Mrs Mildred Wascow-
itz, treasurer.
Men's Club: Ted Linjjaton, presi
dent: Henry Albert, vice' president:
Jack Parker, chaplain; Dr. Nat-
han Friedman. Abe Winer, secre-
taries; Max Feldman. treasurer
Planning to attend the 16th annual conference at Brandeis
University on Sunday, June 7. (left to riqht) are Mrs. Sam Gold-
man, president of the Miami Beach Chapter of Brandeis Uni-
versity National Women's Committee; Mrs. Sidney M. Sch-
wartz, national board member; and Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitz.
vice president in charae of administration. Mrs. Jurkowitz is
a graduate of Brandeis University. The conference is held
each year on the university campus at Waltham, Mass. This
year's with the theme "Profiles for Progress," will hear James
Reston, noted columnist, in the commencement address.
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Dora Stein Sets
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Dora Stein Sisterhood f the
Israelite Center has scheduled its
annual Mitzvah luncheon for Sun-
(I. > 12 30 p.m., at the Biscayne
retrace Hotel.
Mrs, Ben Harris, chairman, will
introduce entertainer Freddie
Chavell, accompanied by Bspiguel
and his guitar.
Committee members are Mrs.
Nat Sanders, vice chairman. Mrs
Nat Fields. Mrs. Albert Win-Ion
and Mrs. Louis Sonsky, hostesses
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. spiri-
tual leader of Temple Beth Shol-
em. Hollywood, said that nursery
and kindergarten graduation exer-
cises were held on Friday.
Faculty members of the Nursery
School, which has an enrollment
of 60. are Ruth Spitzer, Blanche
Turgel. and Marilyn Stiles.
Graduating were Geoffrey
Cooper, Pauline Debski, David
Jacobs. Ronnie Krassow. Leslie
Kushner. David Llewellyn, Susan
i Miner. Richard Myer, Larry
Scott and Michael Solomon.
On Friday evening, at 8:15 p.m.,
I fifth grade Hebrew School stu-
dents participated in the service
and received graduation diploma
certificates by the Bureau of Jew-
! ish Education of Greater Miami.
Choir to be Honored
During late services Friday at
Temple Ner Tamid, conducted by
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. the fol-
lowing members Of the adult choir,
under the direction of Joseph
Schreibman, will be honored:
Leona Bezark, Joyce Farber, Terrj
isberg, Ida Hurwitz, Evelyn
Levy, Morn- Polikoff, Jack Wein-
stein, Ann White and William
V i .--man.
Class instructor was Bruce Rich-
man.
On Sunday afternoon. 3 p.m.,
confirmation exercises were held
Rabbi Malavsky is instructor of
the class.
Following religious school stu-
dents were confirmed: Barbara
Blintz, Peter Hockman, Robin
Konigsburg, Irene Malavsky,
Marilyn Mars. Carolyn Nasher,
William Quinter, Robert Ryemon,
Judith Segall, Steven Sternberg,
Mac Wachtler.
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Friday. May 29,
Women's Club
Installs Officers
Mr> 7 ek
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. tmnunitj progri net
. al here f.\ e yean
i> pre.-entlv financial secretary
the Surfade Music society and a
board member oi the PTA of i
pk Menorah
She attended the Universit) of
Wisconsin and majored in soci-
ology and political science While
at the university, she held office
in Hillel
She lives a! 9172 Abbott Ave .
Surtade. with her husband and
children
Other officers and board mem-
stalled were executive vice
lira Ben Schanfeld.
- ots, Mrs. Marion Wex-
''.: Martin F ster Mrs
Abermi r Mrs
-
. j Mrs social i
i Leo Paul; financial
- cretarj Mrs Richard Shift
lers i
v : si > Mrs
n Barman. Miss
.ar boar
- Bertha Levy. Lucy Bacon.
Ann. sti ano Bather Maxur
1' imj Felsenthal.
mtS. JACK ZUCKtKMAM
Annabelle Rabkin Helen Grazer
Ann Rosentha!
Chet Gale tenor
son entertained the grcup
Social Singles Dance
B'na: B'rith Sot:. i Mill
hold a dance on Saturday eve-
lion Hotel, tuv -
the door and

Hope School Has
10th Anniversary
Tenth anniversary of the
Mental); Retarded Chu-
rl
ii four chapters
and scti 1 men al
to 31
Highlight : the weekend will be
installation ,,f officers on
_'. Henrj L Balaban
conducting Um ny.
Chairmen are Mrs S.gmund Ei-
senberg and Mrs Leo Benjamin
The new Hope School, at 666 SW
4th St., is completion of
a $300,000 project will be de-
feated in the early fall It will be
t-ouipped to account 154 chil-
dren in res
Ooc/a/iYe try ijfsabel C_y<
rove
Certinued from Page 1-B
. .iccaibo. '.
- countr>.
.1! look in on I
. \ isil W Ivin's alma
St Johi tarj Acad-
v in Delafield. Disc, stop in
San Fran and Los An
completing the circle back
Miami Beach before embark-
>me
And there's a trip in the future
of ll-month-old Sammy Tod Pino-
k;. sa> the tea leaves Par-
Dr David and Elsie Pino-
..re taking him to Charleston,
the paternal grand-
ad other hometown rela-
r first look
- man Meanwhile.
:n Coral Gables other set of
- Mr and Mr> Max
L Paul, will be eagerly awaiting
th< little : n turn
Auth teacher. Shoshanna
tor eavin| next wt< I
the J
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1 spei
studying at the Hebrew I
sitj as well as >ther
schools The first grade He-
brew teacher is author of "Hebrew
Made Easy." used as a hand book
in Israel for new Israelis, as well
as in America A -Jewish Cook
Book of hers, written in English.
is due to be published in August,
and she's planning a book for chil-
dren

Teen-ager Sidney Pertnoy elect-
ed president of the 1.100-member
student body at Nautilus Junior
Hi Bom in Miami Beach, the
etghth grader attended North
Beach Elementary where he wa-
a class leader and member of tne
Safety Patrol Parents of the
13-year-old leader are Mr and
Mrs Earl Pertnoy 736 Lake View
Dr.
Confirmation At
Beth Torah
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ident of the synagogue Richard
Sneider. incon '' ul"
accept the class gift ] ''
the sj B< Katz-
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QUEENS AT KINGS BAY COUNTRY CLUB
it was crowning and clowning at the Instal-
lation luncheon of Dadeland Garden club at
Kings Bay Country Club. The tables had blue
candles and attractive "Garden club" center-
p>eces, except lor the head table, which featured
i boughten" one From Miami Beach eame
Mrs Harold Spaet to install the new president,
Mrs. Sj Lawrence, and her officers all in rhyme
u. h her were lira. Alex Gordon, lookmy like a
u- peppermint slick, all in pink and white.
Mrs .lames Abramscn lovely in olive green.
Vmong Ihe guests watching the Pandoras Box
report of the outgoing president. Mrs. Norman
["odd were Mrs. Abraham Booxbaum and her
daughter, Mrs Nathan Seiden. Mrs. Celia Sch-
wartz and her daughter, Mrs. Marvin Zank, Mrs
George Simon and her mother. Mrs. Rose Bosh-
nack, Mrs Philip Schiff and her mother. Mrs.
David Goldberg, HW. Irving Wcxler. Mrs. Dory
Auerbach, Mrs. Morton Fellman and that vet-
mum campaigner, Mollie (Mrs. Meyer) Brilliant,
in a red dress as brilliant as her name.
THEY'RE GONNA BE MARRIED
Huge ice names of Mona and Roy dominated
the hors d'ocuvrcs table at the Hollywood Beach
Motel when Bess and Louis Glasser honored their
daughter, Mona. and her fiance. Roy Byron Co-
hen, at a cocktail dinner dance. Mona, in a long
blue gown, and her twin sister. Sonny, were the
center of an adorable group of their contempor-
aries Gladys (Mrs. Sol) Cohen's mother used
to live here, and was instrumental in starting the
Braille project for National Council of Jewish
Women. She was chatting with some of her old
friends, Adele and Robert Mann, Betty and Leo-
pold Schwartz and Miriam and William Wein-
ii. mh.
In the dining room, the round tables with their
spectacular floral treelike fresh flower center-
puces were in gold and blue. Among guests
were Dotty and U>on Kaplan. Esther and Carl
Weinkle, Pollv and Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Bea
and Sam Blank. Winnie and Leo Chaiken. and
Irene and mux Cogen.
Hose Kogan and her husband. Alex, were
(long a mean cha-cha and Gcrn Lou (Mrs, Bene-
dict' Silverman, who was twisting with her dad.
Joe Rose, thought it wonderful for Bess to have
such a gorgeous party on that particular day. It
was her birthday!
Bcas'a lather and mother. Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Segal, were dancing too. The guest register,
which will bring back such happy memories, was
taken care of by three adorable youngsters. Lin-
da. Debra and Lori Joy Hodges, nieces of the
bride-to-be.
'
A FAIR ISA FAIR ISA FAIR
Esther and Carl Weinkle went to Philadel-
phia to spend a couple of weeks with their daugh-
ter. Entice. Then on to New York for a quick
look see at the Worlds' Fair. They've been to the
one in Chicago and Brussels, so this was a
"must." Included among shows they saw was
"How to Succeed in Business Without Trying.''
FISHING?
It was a fun weekend in Lucaya for Marian
and her husband. Dr. Stanley Frehling. They
were celebrating their 24th wedding anniver-
sary. To help them celebrate were Marian's
parents. Bea and Sam Blank. Bea had a beauti-
ful sun tan Seated at the long dinner table
admiring and eating the huge anniversary cake
were Marjorie and Leonard Wein and their chil-
dren. Mr and Mrs. Larry Porter and Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Bauman. Mr. and Mrs. Handel Zaban.
Mr and Mrs. Ben Gaines. Mr and Mrs. Max
OrovitX, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Manson and Mr.
and Mr- Joe Schwartz from Boston were there.
too.
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WHAT A SPOT!
One woman at a table with twenty nine men'
There she was. Grace (Mrs. B. B.) Goldstein,
at the head table the night of the banquet of
the Linen Supply Association of America. More
spots like this, and it wouldn't be so hard to get
chairmen.
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Mrs. Morton R Fellman. assutn-
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he American Technion Society,
south Dade Chapter. Women's Div
-ion, at an installation luncheon
King's Bay Yacht and Country
lub.
Mrs Fellman. who majored in
I on design at the Fashion In-
Hemophilia Auxiliary
Luncheon meeting of the Great
Miami Hemophilia Auxiliary
Miami Beach is slated for
irsday, June 4. at 1230 p.m.
stitute of Technology in New York
City, has performed in skits and
modeled in fashion shows here.
Mrs. Fellman is an active guide
at the \ izcaya Museum and has
just been elected to the Board of
Directors of the Federation of Jew-
ish Women
Mr Fellman is a local consulting
engineer and inventor.
The couple have four children,
Barry 10. Shell 8. Leali 7. and
Seth 4'.
The Women's Division i- a nan
fund-raising group in which mem
bers' dues support student scholar-
ships at Technion in Haifa, Israel.
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Sylvia Kaplan as a youngster was a little busy-body,
interesting herself in other peoples lives and managing by
hook or crook to help them achieve what they wanted most.
She grew up into a capable woman with the same good
Samaritan purpose.
In high school, she was active in the Big Sister Move-
ment, the Brooklyn Child Guidance Movement. Although
it was heart-breaking work, she continued it through col-
lege, graduating from Adelphi cum laude. She taught kin-
dergarten and worked during the summer in the New York
Federation playgrounds. It was a long courtship until the
day she married Irving Kaplan.
They lived in the same building, and Sylvia attended
his Bar Mitzvah. then waited until he graduated from Har-
vard Law School. The Kaplans can say with pride. "My
Three Daughters!" and Sylvia says
"Mj Three Accomplishments."
Beth, the eldest, is married to Dr.
Stewart Wald and the mother of
the Kaplans' first grandchild.
Erica Lynne. Bonnie is finishing
her junior year at the University
of London, and Laura will be at-
v tending George Washington I'ni-
Irving gave up his practice to
enter the war as a marine chem-
ist. After the war was over they
mcved to Miami Beach in 1949.
Sylvia continued with the organiza-
tion work she had done up north.
She has had her finger and a pro
idency in many organizations, in-
cluding president of North Beach Parent Teachers Organ-
ization, president of Temple Beth Sholom PTA and Sister-
hood, and president of American Jewish Congress. Cur-
rently, she is vice president cf American Jewish Congress
Division of the South Florida Region and chairman of the
Board of Education of Temple Beth Sholom.
In helping an organization working toward democracy.
Sylvia feels that as a Jew. she is fulfilling her destiny, while
helping the battle against injustice in the world. Dcn't
just preach tolerance and justice, practice it." and that is
exactly what Sylvia does
Althoueh her husband has a string of cafeterias
Toby's Sylvia does her own cooking, A mother of three
girls has to know how to sew. but recently Sylvia ha.s de-
veloped this talent to -uch an extent that she makes some
of her own clothes. In the summer, when organizations
go to sleep. Sylvia reads and reads and reads. The Kap
lans seldom miss an opera, theater, or lecture. Sylvia,
incidentally, has gone back to teaching. She can handle
it easily along with her organizational work.
A dose knit family, the Kaplans are somewhat clan-
nish. When the grandbaby was able to travel from Cal-
ifornia, there were 21 verv hectic days in Miami Beach
during which the whole family, including Auntie Bonnie
from London, got together to marvel at the beginning of
a new generation.
Nurses Hold 'Fair' at Sinai
snviA
Marsten: Posner
Exchange Vows
At Emanu-EI
Now ,.11 b honeymoon trip thi
the northern United States and
Canada, the former Susan Gail
Posner and R> Eari Marsten
were married on Sunday evening.
May 24. at Temple Kinanu Kl. with
Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating A
reception at the Doral Beach Hotel
followed the ceremony.
For the wedding, the bride chOM
a short gown of white silk peau
de soie with empire lines and pearl
beaded bodice A pearl beaded
alencon lace jacket with elbow
sleeves and scoop neckline en-
hanced the sleeveless gown. A
matching beaded alencon lace
crown held a triple tier of French
illusion.
Attending the couple were Mrs.
Ray Douglas, the bride's sister,
and Ray Douglas, best man.
Parents of the nevvlyvveds are
Mr and Mrs. Sam Posner. Ft.
Myers, and Lt. Col. (Ret.) and
Mrs. Herman Marmelstein. of
Somerville, N. J.
New Mr and Mrs Marstcin will
live at 1472 University Ter.. Ann
Arbor. Mich., where both attend
the University of Michigan The
Westview Lists
Board Members
At Election Here
President Ferd -
Weatvien Cousitry I
nounced the results ol
election to the Board
df Westview Country Club.
Ri-elected to three j
were B. J Wagner, i
TreLstor and Carl Wi
Newly elected ni.
Daniel Gilmao and Willii
Wcintrauh New din
installed at a meeting : ;:n
last week
Annual election of office.
Westview Country Club w.
held on Thursday. June i<
complete report and revk
Westview*! expansion pre
and the addition <>f new
facilities will be discussed
The social season will h
maxed by the annual Foi..
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club on Saturday evening, \;

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bridegroom is a senior.
lit. Sinai Hospital's Department
Of Nursing and Nursing Education
sponsored a "fair" on Wednesday.
n the Louis E Wolfson Auditor-
ium. The day was devoted to vis
ual. teaching procedure demon-
strating; new medical and nursing
techniques and equipnu;.t
Emergency equipment and pro
cedures, including usage of the
new heart pacemaker and cardiac
-.-citation equipment, were on
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A late Saturda; nighl ceremony
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nie G( Idberp and Da> id Sigmond,
who plan to live in Long Island,
\ V
Ral in M ix A Lipschitz officiated
at the nuptials field at lieth Torah
Congregation, where < reception
followed.
Attending the c o u i> I e were
Sharon Sigmond and Sandy V' i
maid and in 'run ol honor; Michael
Goldberg best num. Nathan Sig-
rrond. David Alter. Saul Stein,
Norman stem and Larry Lustgar-
ten, ushers
Daughter ol Mr and Mrs Sid
nej Goldtx 12655 NK Miami PI..
ihe bride i- a graduate ol N rth
Miami Senior Huh and attended
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Her husband also gra luatc North
Miami S 'nioi High and attended
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llicksville, 1. I
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Alice Carol Joseph i
(V. will be the Jane
win Mack Wanner,
Natalie Weiner, 985i sw .:
Daughter of Mr. sn I Mrs
M Joseph, the bridi rlccl
ti aching hard of lie
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June 21.

Knights Have Rank Conferred
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The program is a part of the
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Sinai.
The "'procedure fair'' was under
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Haiduck. assistant director of nur-
sing education, with school faculty
members. Mrs. Alice Guterman
and Mrs Anna Green bcr.
Inc.
Seventeen candidates-in-w aiting
had the rank of knight con-
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win Knights ol Pythias Lodge on
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The Ladies' Auxiliary
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the new slate of officers for the
coming year.
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{REATER Miami Jewish Fed-
" trillion and the Combined
Jewish Appeal held a victory din-
ner dance Sunday night at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Chairman
lor the evening was Judge Irv-
ine Cjpcn. and for the occasion
Mrs. Cypen chose a floor-length
gow n in white silk crepe with a
sequined overblouse. Multi-color-
cd sequins were clustered in flor-
..I arrangement* on a background
>i iridescent white sequins.
Mrs Max Wcitz was in an ex-
quisite hand embroidered M a d
ra faee !>h'-ath. The traditional
open lace pattern was over flesh-
eolored silk illusion and the lace
v i- in tlie palest of pink with all
the embroidery in flesh tones.
Mr> Henry faro's silk linen en
semble featured a seven-eighths
coal over a sheath in forest green
with bright floral prints of clut-
ters of pink and blue (lowers. The
shocking pink of the flowers was
repeated in the silk lining of her
coat. A floor-length gown from
Hong Kong was worn by Mrs.
I' 11 Essen. Completely covered
Ml!) sequins, it featured row
.liter row of white caviar beaded
fringe,
A multi-colored floral print
sheath with a sleeveless lx)l-
ero jacket was worn b\ Mr*
vinslee R. Perdie. Matching col-
"red sequins detailed the print.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers chose
a sofilv-tailored gold brocade
jacket dress. Long itemed pink
roses printed in white silk was
Mrs. Joseph Liptorl's choice Her
was made in Switzerland. Mrs.
Uarcella Rubel, national mem
liership consultant of Iladassah.
Itended the affair wearing a
' rquoise-COlored silk brocade
'h with a blOUSOn bodice.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, chairman
"i the c.ia Women's Division,
a silk floral print gown
and matching jacket. Black and
while combined in the gown worn
hj Mrs Herbert Baumgard. Her
white ~ilk crepe bodice featured
black and white embroidery, and
the black skirt was cut in the
controlled fullness silhouette
Gerald Solti also chose
black and white. Her black silk
Followed the princess silhouette
and hail a deep band oi shirred
white chiffon inserted near the
In mline Mrs. Anne Schick's
Jack chantilly lace was reetn-
broidered in ribbon lace over
pp
ombre gold chiffon. Her Wilma
Original featured a stele of the
unusually colored chiffon.

DORCELAIN blue silk brocade,
reembroidered with irides-
cent sequins and clusters of caviar
; beads, was worn by Mrs. Howard
Katzen. The national incoming
president of Hadassah. Mrs. Mor-
timer Jacobson. chose a black silk
crepe sheath with a chantilly lace
stole. Mrs Kmil Morton's black
knit sheath featured a flared cape
lette back and satin banding at
the bateau neckline. A white bro
cade sheath embroidered with iri-
descent white sequins was worn
by Mrs. Samuel Heiman. Mrs. J.
Charles McKee Jr.. selected a silk
linen print combining the shock
colors of orange and fuschia on
sand.
Mrs. Irving l.ehrman. whose
husband Itabbi Lehrman. is chair
man of the 1964 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, was in an aquama-
rine blue crepe and chiffon gown
over the crepe on the bodice
which fell into a .deep cowl in
tiie hack. White caviar beads
banded the modified halter neck.
went down the front on the bod
ice and then encircled her waist.
Mrs. Hcrschel Rosenthal wore an
emerald green silk dress and
matching jacket. The bodice of
her sheath was of clooney lace
over white silk. The sheath and
matching jacket ensemble was
also wom by Mrs. George Simon
in a muted apple green silk with
a chiffon bodice which featured
a deep shawl-type collar.
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luiRS. Stanley C. Myers was in
in a yellow alencon lace
sheath which she topped with a
white hand-crocheted coat made
by her mother-in-law. Hand block-
ed silk linen in a predominately
red print was worn by Mrs. Leon
Kaplan. Her floor-length gown
dipped low in back and was
caught with a large flower, while
her skirt followed the "A" line.
Blue and green blended in the
iridescent silk brocade that Mrs.
Louis Baida chose. A three-quar-
ter length coat matched her
sheath.
An iced blue and white silk
print gown was worn by Mrs.
David llaber. Her neckline was
high and rounded, and she wore
a white silk stole. Black si Ik
crepe with silk fringe trim edging
the draped bateau neckline was
Mrs. David Levy's selection lor
the dinner dance.
RASKIN
MRS. ALPER
CHIRKOS
Temple Beth Am and Group Affiliate
Officers to be Installed Friday Evening
Mrs. Jack Gerson, chairman
of the 1964 Hebrew Acad-
emy Yearbook, will head the
Hostess Committee for the
Couple of the Year tribute
dinner in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Firtel at the Deau-
ville Hotel on Saturday eve-
ning.
Florida JWVA In
'Friendship Tea1
On Friday
Department of Florida Ladies'
Auxiliary. Jevish War Veterans of
the United States, are sponsoring
a "Friendship Tea'" on Friday, 1
p.m.. at the Di Lido Hotel
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, at
torney and member of the Dade
( ounty School Board, will receive
the organization's ""Citizenship
Award," and will speak on "The
Dropout an How We Meet the
Challenge in Dade County."
Entertainment will feature Mrs
Henry L. Balaban in songs with
an international flavor.
Chairman of the afternoon is
Mrs. Benjamin Haberman. past na-
tional president, with Mrs. Chuck
Hall serving as honorary chair-
nan. Chairman of guests is Mrs.
Max Kern. Mrs. Bernard Wander.
department president, will wel-
, come guests.
Students' Art To be on View
Mrs. David Drucker. chairman.
Temple Beth Sholom Art Commit
tee, announces a children's art ex-
hibit featuring the work of Relig
iOUS School students from 5 to 15
dene during the past year under
the guidance of the school's art
teacher. Mrs. Jerome Goldman.
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The exhibit, in the Temple's Art
Gallery, will be on view through
the beginnine of June.
Herbert C. Bloom is director of
education at Beth Sholom. and
Rabbi Leon Kronish is the spiritual
leader Chairman Of Board of Ed-
ucation is Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan
~ ~ ~ _. _.... \ UNSEEN POWER IS THE GRlATtST!
On Friday evening. Dr. Herbert
M. Baumgard will install the new-
ly-elected officers and board mem-
bers of Temple Beth Am, the Bro-
Iherhood and Sisterhood.
Temple officers are Byron S.
i'heik.is, president; Alan Kessler,
executive vice president; Marshall
Feuer, vice president; George Ma-
lin. vice president; Barton Udell,
vice president; Jerome Anapol.
treasurer; Ellis Tarsches, financial
secretary; Mrs. Bernard Goodman,
recording secretary; Mrs. Ernest
Heydemann, corresponding secre-
tary.
Board of Directors are Donald
Carlin, Ben Clcin. Dr. Maxwell
Dauer. Murray Dubbin. Jack Dul-
berg. Jules Freeman. Stanley Gil
belt, Carl Harold, Morton Harris.
Sylvan Holtzman. Arthur Jacow-
itz, Irving Lax. Alfred Leibert, Dr.
Seymour Leopold, Arthur Lyons.
Robert II Newman, Evan Ulster.
William Rafkind, Mrs. Joshua
Segal, and Jack Weisglass.
Sisterhood officers are Mrs
Richard Alper, president; vice
presidents, Mrs. Alan Kessler, Mrs.
Jerry Rosen. Mrs. Wayne Rogers;
recording secretary, Mrs. Martin
Liehling; corresponding secretary.
Mrs, Melvin Levinson; financial
secretary, Mr- Merton Notarious;
treasurer. Mrs. Marvin Stein.
Board members are Mrs. Joseph
Altschuller, Mrs. Samuel Avick.
Mrs Byron t'herkas, Mrs. Max-
well Dauer, Mrs Ira Druckmaii.
Mrs. .Murray Dubbin. Mrs. Manuel
Flashman, Mrs. Daniel Franco.
Mrs. Don Frank, Mr-. Paul Good-
Dian, Mrs. Leonard Hayct. Mrs
Paul Kalian. Mrs. Arthur Jacow-
itz. Mrs. Hortense LaGuette, Mrs.
George Malin, Mrs. Sylvan Paw-
liger, Mrs. Edward Scharos, Mrs.
Sol Schwartz, Mrs. David Shore
and Mrs. William Zuckermaii.
Brotherhood officers are Max
Raskin, president; executive vice
n -ident. Jack Dulberg; vice presi-
lent, Ben Clein; vice president.
Mac) Schaeffer; treasurer, Her-
bert Dubbin; recording secretary,
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On Sunday evening, a President"*
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Temple Social Hall. Chairmen of
the affair are Mrs. Richard Alper
and Jack Dulberg.
Temple Zamora
Closing Exercises
Scholarship certificates will be
awarded during closing exerci aa
Of Temple Zamora Religious School
on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Rabbi Her
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awards, and Lester Shapiro, F.du
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present the diplomas.
A cantata. "What Judaism is in
Our Hearts.'' will be conducted by
pre -confirmation class members
Howard Manhoff. Zadik Shapiro.
Janet Gordon, Beth Cohen and
Robert Leavitt.
Nursery School will offer a play*
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Friday. May 29, :;;<
Kneseth Israel Congregation officers examine
the congregation's recently-installed Mech-
itzah. Front row (left to right) are Rev. David
Paul, J. LisVitkinas. Harry Rosen, Louis Dub-
lin, president, Milton Kahn, treasurer, and Jos-
eph Nadler, third vice oresident. Rear '*T'1
Rabbi David Lehrfield, Cantor Abraham Seif
and Philip Weiss, first vice president. Also on
the Mechitzah Committee but not shown were
B. Weinbera. H. Chabner and Mcnuel Zaiac.
The Mechitzah is composed cf ten panels 50
inches hioh. runnina the lena'^ of the gvnrr-
aooue. ten inches off the ground and support-
ed by columns of gold anodized aluminum.
Beth Sholom to Install Officers
At Congregation Dinner Sunday Eve
Newly-elected officers and board
members of Temple Beth Sholom
and affiliates will be installed at
the twenty-first annual congrega-
tional dinner meeting en Sunday
evening, 6:30 p.m.. in the Temple
Auditorium, according to James
M. Albert, president of the Temple.
Irving B. Kaplan, financial sec-
retary, and Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan,
past president of the Sisterhood
and chairman of the Board of Edu-
cation, are co-chairmen.
Rabbi Santord Seltzer, director.
16th Birthday
For Miss Fritsch
A luncheon will be held at th"
Shore Club Hotel on Sunday in
honor of the 16th birthday of Lin-
da, uuu^ikh ...
ir. and Mrs Tom
sch, 5751 s\\
.id St.
Among the 40
|ruests attending
vill be In r pa-
en.al g r a n d
ii o h c r Mrs
ie Fritz,
I irnla, .. lOth
Igrade honor stu
dent at M i a m i
i al I'aik Sen
i r : ligh, is an a< live member <>i
Club. Tn Cam i, and Tau I
i sen ice club t< r the handicapped
Southeast Council of the Union Of
American Hebrew Congregations,
and Rabbi I.eon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Beth Sholom. will con-
duct the installation ceremony.
Another feature of the evening
will be 'The Generations of Beth
Sholom." written by Mrs. J. Ber-
nard, vice president of Sisterhood,
in honor of the Temple's 21st year.
The program will include choral
speaking with members of the
Temple Thespians, under the direc-
tion of Leon Ungcr. and musical
selection written by Mrs. Speetor
and directed by Cantor David Con
viser.
A cocktail ',..:rt; will precede the
dinner, and dancing to the music
of Larry Blue's orchestra will con
elude the evening's program and
entertainment,
Folowing officers will be install-
ed: Louis I" Snetman, president
ot the Tempi;-; vice presidents,
lack M. Pink, Morry B. Morris.
Maury s. oh.nek. Philip Schlissel;
: ei. Seymt ur Sih ei man; ti
nancial seen ary, Irving B Kap
Ian; general secretary, i.u Kali n
Linda Fritsch
Tempis Zcmo.-a Crolherhood
Annual dai -i nsorea by Tem-
ple Zamora Brotherhood on Satur-
i j enin Ii itured the mus c
i i Ed Ames and his trio Ri tn h
ments were 5erv<
Brotherhood president. .lack B
Shapiro: president 'ect. J*" 's c
Knopke: vice presidents. Jack M
Kink. Harold Granoff. Harvey Kra
mer. Morris Miller. Sidney ROSS
and Judge Philip Schlissel; record
ing secretary, Sam Rudt; corres-
ponding secretary. .1. Bernard
Speetor: treasurer. Leon linger
President of Sisterhood. Mrs
Leon Levin; vice presidents. Mis
J. Bernard Speetor, kua. aieyei
BggnatZ, Mrs. Stanley Levinson.
Mrs. Benjamin B Goldstein. Mrs
Saniord I.evine: corresponding sec
rotary, Mrs. Philip Schlissel; re-
cording secretary, Mrs. .lames
Knopke: financial secretary. Mrs
Ethel Shapiro, financial secretary:
membership. Mrs. Sam Rudt: trees-
jrer. Mrs. Harry A Gordon; chap
lain, Mrs. Lson Kronish.
President of PTA, Mrs, Sanford
I.'-vine; vice presidents. Mrs
Philip Davis. Mrs. Bennett Lee,
Mrs. Martin Sterner. Mrs. lnwn
lvpiis. corresponding secretary,
Mrs. Jason Berkman; recording
secretary, Mrs Harvey Vogel;
treasurer. Mrs Robert Haas;
Keren Ami treasurer Mrs Michael
Brumer; advisor. Mrs Irving Kush
man: chaplain. Mrs Leon Kronish
Sisterhood representativi Mrs
Leo Levin.
Some 1(H) directors ol Ihe Tern
pie and its all Hates w ill al so be
,:- ailed
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Airman Second Class Stephen R.
Cohen ol Hialeah, recently parti-
cipated in Exercise Delawar, a
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u operation conducted in Iran.
\irman Cohen, son of Mr. and
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,>, \iiami springs, i an Air
Force administraUve speciahsl
M-iin an Air Force Communica-
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wife Francine, i- the daughter ol
Ml and Mrs Stanley Barry, oi
422 E 37th St., Hialeah
Samet in Calif.
For Discussions
Of City Problems
s, ymour Samet, Florl !a Region-
al director oi the American Jew
,-h Committee, has been invited
to participate m a discussion to
be held Friday at the Center tor
the study of Democratic Institu-
tions m Santa Barbara, Calif
The discussion w ill i c on "Prob-
lems of tne City, Participants
,\ill be among a selected group
ol intergroup relations c msultanti
and .i nui Ihe intejlectuals
in residence ol the Centi r
Samet, former executive direc
tor ol the Metro Community He
.ations Board, will be the Inter
itroup consultant representative
irom the South.
Beach Graduates
To be Honored
.1- seph M Upton president ot
Ii mple Emanu-El, announces that
i ual Baccalaureate Sen ice,
hon iring fu- i9t;i graduates ol Mi
ami Beach benior High School, will
he he'd on Satur ay morning in
the Temple Sanctuarj
Stevi Mo re, principal of the
school, will address the graduates
Dr In in Lehi man v ill preach
i "The Light That Must N i(
Kail
Stu I Bu---> pn lenl --1 (he
' Bet tut n--' pre-!
pie Emanu El l S^
':. eti S<
1 ill speak
, i ...
Seitlin Co. Names Officer:
Three new appointments were
announced this week bj s, ,ll:
Co., pioneer Miami insurance-flm
Lou Seitlin. who has beei *iththe
company since 1945, v.,,
secretary treasurer A;
account executives wen Ham
Kaplan and Frank Wi ten An.
nouncing the new app iintraM<
was Sam Seitlin. the 1.
dent.
)
Hadassah Lunches
Held Here
Two gala Hadassah lunc
took place recently al
tainehleau Hotel.
The Miami Chapter pre*
some 700 members who have
ed the minimum of |SS it
1964 Year Book-Cook Book
Mrs. Arthur Hershbein |
ed on Sunday and Mrs Le
Herman, on Monday
Mrs. Gcrshon Mill.:
dramatic readings.
Merrige Rang, accon
ter president.
Mrs A Edward Cohi
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F::.-ay. May 29. 1964
* #cw/#>mrrfnfinr
Page 11-B
1%
First class of confirmands at Temple Beth
S .ah are first row (left tn right) Adena Skop.
M :helle Stone, Rosalind Markenson. Shirley
Hcusman, Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Cantor Her-
:i K. Gottlieb, Jacguelynn Bask'n, Susan
*!::schkowsky. Barbara Abel, Paulette Good
sn. Second row (left to right* are Bernard
Beth Shirah Installation Set
r.io^VnH S'-zam Siael, Daniel Yagoda.
Harold Ba=kin. Martin Herman, J. Vvnliam
Baros Jr., outgoing chairmen of the TemDle's
Advisoiy Couruii, Steven Cohn, I. William
Katz, Diane Rosenblatt, Mrs. Bernhardt Ches-
man, school stp;rvisor.
VlOrTlS A. Skop and Cm
i lerman K Gottlieb, founders
mple Beth Shirah, "ill pro
at the third anniversary and
llation dinner dance '" be
Satur a>. June 6, al the rera
i
d< i i" he installed are Da*, id
ell, chairman oi the third
or> Council. Mr> William
r Sisterhood president, ami
Westview Guests
At Kennel Club
mbers of Weatview Country
I were quests at a special hut
hum parly in the new Sky
m Room at Isadore Hochts
i '.. er Kennel Club on Wednesda]
.i- the track entered the sec
week "i hat promises to be
biggest meel in Florida grey-
l racing history.
, Westview part) was one of
i !,.: held in the Sky lie
,: tor members ol We
ti lubs in the Miami
:-iday is Bayshore Night. Riv-
Country Club will take over
s Sky Region Room on June I,
-z. King's Bay on June 4.
parties previously held in
oom, first of its kind in gn y
d ra ing in the U.S., included
.ii honor of the South Florida
II :tl Sale- Managers' Association.
another sponsored by the
(i >patliic Hospital Cuild of North '
ni Beacb a- a fund-raising af-1
i. :or the Guild's hospital work.
e Sky Region Room is reserved
exclusively for private parties with
in >r more guests. It has its own
I..- and nuituel windows. ;ind ban-
q facilities are available if de-
in either buffet or sit-down
( er itj le
other highly popular feature
lagler's MM.8M worth of new'
l. ities is the Hall of Fame Cafe
which has been filled virt- j
to capacity ever) night since'
track opened
Sherl ut Wei: Brotherhood pi
dent
,Vh;- v\ i :i ui cil mi : bers are
Dai e Ben ell, chairman; Norman
Miller, vice chairman; Abe Smuk
ler, treasurer; Sydnej Hausman,
ccretary; Marvin Holub, Lee
Aer< nson. Wilbur Aaronson, M ir
decai Parnes, Jack Somberg, Jack
Dolinger, David Steinberg, Mar
vin Guberman, Dr. Morn- .". 'i k,
.1. wdham Baros Jr., Bernard
Mandler, Sam Sherman, Morris
Herman, Imricb Bichenbaum, Mrs,
Marvin Guberman.
sisterhood officers include Mrs
Win Parker, president; Mrs. David
Bendell, Mrs Abe Smukler, Mrs.
Harold Brite, Mrs. William Baros.
iis Arnold Lewis, vice pn Idents;
Herbert Farbi&h, Mrs. Edwin
Steinberg, Mrs Anna id Da> is,
secretaries; Mrs Philip Krischer,
treasurer
Brotherhood officers include
pn di >'. Shcrburt W ei -.
sident, William Parker; treas
urer, Wilbur ^aronson; -ccretary
i
V< chairman o
anniversary dinner dance, v* ill an
i um e the ii ner oi the bi I
, ,' for the year, and
Rabbi Skop v ill tuned the honor
plaque listing the three out stand
rtg leader- |or the tir-t three > ears
i| service to the Temple
Marvin llolub. chairman of the
Building and House Committee, will
announce plans for the ne edu-
cational building to he erected as
a second unit on the Temple- five
acres of land purchased by the Sis-
terhood
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Class Confirmed
Morris A Skop and Can-
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centirma n exen for the lirsl
<;.-. at 1 emple
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- ol ihr class of 19
, : i lass presidi ut,
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b ,.ti. Adena Skop, Mn hel e Stone,
R ;alind Mi rki nson, Shialey Haus
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Masrhkowski, Barbara Abel, and
faullette Ann Goodman
Accepting the class gift to the
Temple of a ceramic outdoor patio
set inscribed "Class oi i%4." .*-
J. William Baros Jr., outgoing
chairman of the advisory council
of the Temple.
Gift Bibles were presented by
Pernard Friedland, chairman of
the Education Committee, and
awarding ihe diplomas was Mrs
Bernhardt Chesman, school super-
\ isor
Closing Exercises
At Temple Z5on
On Sunday morning, ;i t 10
Temple Zion Religious Scho >l will
held its closing i xen i
rill pres -'< to the
students by Benjamin Udoff, edu-
cation director.
Special addresses will be given
b) Rabbi Allied Waxman and Hv
man Potash, president of Temple
Zion.
Tilereth Israel Service
Temple Tiltreth Israel will honor
all graduates during Fridaj Bi
services I bbi Henrj B W
will officiate The Sisterhood
r the ineg Shabbal
Sndian Lake
Camp to Open
For 41st Season
Founded in 1924 bj the Lehnr i
femily, Indian Lake Camp is
cepting campers, (> to 16. for iu
u>t Beason.
Located on a half wooded 13d-
acre tract in the Pocono Moun-
tains of Eastern Pennsylvania.
Indian Lake is 10 miles from the
Delaware Water Cap and 100 miles
from both New York City and
Philadelphia.
Co-directors Fred Lehman and
William Braverman have planned
i summer program which include.
a large variety ol land and water
sports, featuring water skiing and
Red Cns instruction and testing,
cami craft, hikin | trips, natur
study, arts and crafts and b til I
and modern dancing for the girla.
Stafl members arc selected from
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Friday, May 29, ]964
kjc*t ^S'litzvah
Alan Frankel
Dr Irving Lehrman will officate
the Bar Uitxvah ol \
v.-: Stanley Frankel,
>.!' : "hi Emanu-El.
is m the seventh grade at
M Fisher Junior High, where
hi is a member of the Btl
. am 1!.- hoi bit ami
Mr Herman Frankel
Alan frankel Harry Tudor
the celebrant'.- grandparents, will
attend the Bar Mitzvah.
A reception at the Famous
Re-taurant will follow the cere-
mony
*
Harry Tudor
Harry, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Tudor. 9820 SW 44th St..
will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
May 30 at Temple Or Olom. with
Kabbi Simon April officiating.
An honor student at Riviera
Junior High, the celebrant's out-
-ide activities include chess, bowl-
ing and baseball.
He will be honored at the Kid-
dush following the ceremony and
at a reception and dinner at West-
brooke Country Club on Saturday
evening.
a
Hitvty Flederman
Saturday morning services. May
30. at Kneseth Israel will include
the Bar Mitzvah of Harvey El-
, son of Mr and Mrs. Alfred
Khderman. 1034 Lenox Ave. Rab-
I: David Lehrfield will ofliciate.
Camp Umatilla
Ready for Season
i til at Umatilla. Flor-
National Forest. 283
theasl ol Miami, caters to
j an I girls from 5 to 16.
re a',: Dade County resi-
ts, Leonard and Robert Woll-
are both educators in the
ntj stem. Frankie and
ran Camp Odetah in
necticut lor almost .".u years be-
fore moving to Miami Dr. Theo-
dore Struhl is a noted local BUT-
n
Counsel' rs iue .'ii college age
have special capabilities.
Skills that children learn from
hand-picked waterlront stall
an dailj vvaterskiing. swimming,
cr.oeing. aquaplaning. sailing.
fishing and boating. Advanced
swimmers are in line for life sav-
instruction and supervisee!
canoe trips. The entire staff is
Comprised of American Red Cross
certified Water Safety Instructors
v h > keep constant vigil.
Children are also taught horse-
hackriding. arts and crafts, riflery.
matics. archery and team
ports.
Camp Ocala. now in its eighth
son of operation, maintains
separate campuses for boys and
girls with common mess and rc-
.tion facilities. Cabins are CBS
structures with jalousie windows
Religion is an important part of
i amp <>cal.i On Friday rughts.
th.- traditional Sabbath evening
i '. al is followed by services in
lakeside a:n;.hi theatre.
There is a full-time medical stall
comprised of a resident physician
several registered nurses, and
iii. infirmary is fitted with the lat-
< equipment
Camp Ocala offers eight and
four-week sessions, starting June
26 Winter headquarters of the
i> are at 1451 N Baysbore Dr.
An honor student in 'he seventh
at the !.' my,
u e ci lebranl .- an outstanding
athlete
Harvey will he honored at the
;;.. dush follov mg il tonj
. ai a re., "t.. i and dinner in
evening a: Hi-.' Lombard)
Brc.ce Nabot
Bruce Nal l was i firmed a'
- turdaj
!. J ph Narot i
i !- Mi and Mrs I' .\
i'l .1 \ il .. ..! 8851 Bi
i! honor hi
tier n tin Eden Roc
Hotel on Saturday
Bruce l- a ninth grade student
a; Nautilus Junior High School
and a member of the concert
'and.
Jay Siegel
Beth Torah Congregation will be
the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Jay
Siegel on Saturday morning. May
30. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will
officiate and present the celebrant
with a Bible on behalf of the Mollie
Kahaner Sisterhood.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
! Siegel. Jay is in the third year of
the congregation's Religious School
and also attends John F. Kennedy-
Junior High.
.
Corey Fishman
Corey Neil Fishman will be Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah on
Saturday morning. May 30. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz will officiate.
The celebrant is a student m
the Religious School and also at-
tends Nautilus Junior High. He
plays the guitar and is an avid
surfer.
A luncheon reception In Corey's
honor will be held at Chandler's
Restaurant following the services.

Jan Newhauer
Jan Gail, daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Julian Newbauer. 4411 Nau-
tilus Dr.. was confirmed at Temple
Beth Sholom on Saturday evening.
May 16. Rabbi Leon Kronish ot
Delated, and a reception at the
Temple followed the service.
A ninth grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High. Jan is an ac-
complished equestrienne and has
appeared in many horse shows
She is also a talented pinni-'
Grandparents of the celebrant
an- Mi and Mrs Ben Frackman,
Miami Beach, and Mr- Rose Levy
and the late Henry Levy. Miami
i;<;,( h pioneers.
*
Clark Mervis
Saturday morning services at
Temple Ner TamiH on May 30 will
include the Bar Mitzvah of Clark
Mervis. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
will officiate.
Clark is a student in the Tem-
ple's Religious School and of Nau-
tilus Junior High.
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Mervis. 1510
Cleveland Rd.. will honor their
son at a reception following the
ceremony.

William Greenberg
William Greenberg will observe
his Bar Mitzvah during services
on Saturday morning. May 30. con-
ducted by Rabbi Alfred Waxman
ai Temple Zion.
A student at Banyan Elementary,
William plans to continue his stu-
dies in the Temple Confirmation
Clas-
Parents of the celebrant are Mr.
end Mrs Gerald Greenhe
a a
Steven Zuckerman
Rabbi Norman N Shapiro will
at the Bar Mitzvah of
Steven Paul Zuckerman during
services on Saturday morning. May
: at Beth Daviii.
A seventh grader at Ponce de
Leon Junior High. Steven plays
saxophone in the concert ban;!. A
member of Boy Scout Troop 64.
h< is learning to play golf.
Mr and Mr' Marvin Zuckcr-
Hcrvey fle.icrmsn Bruce Nabot
will l: 'in i- their son ..i a
i partj Hall on
hi
Ricl-y Lundy
Congi Satu
ill inclu le the i; : '
Ricky -
Lundj th Rabbi Mi x \ Lip-
.
A fourth year si I the
! 11
Rickj also attends John F Ki n
i,. |j Junior H
Attending the Bar Mitzvah will
be the celebrant's great-grand-
father, Max Eisenberg, and his
grandparent.-. Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Eisenberg and Mr. and Mr- Mich
ael Lundy.
*
Jeffrey Jacobs
Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey Jacobs
took place on Saturday morn
ing, May 23. at Temple Menorah.
with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of-
ficiating.
Son of Mr. and Mrs Milton
Jacobs, 75 So. Shore Dr., the Bar
Mitzvah is a student in the Reli-
' gious School of the Temple and
attends Nautilus Junior High.
A luncheon reception in his hon-
or followed for Jeffrey's friends
at the Algiers Hotel.
So, Florida ZOA
In Meeting Here
- th Florida Districts of the
Zionist i tion ol America
n unit) wide
victorj celebration on Thursdaj
cvenu
Tne '" w lo take
m. in thi West !'
. the Fontainebleau Hotel.
\. i .--.i chair-
y i \ President's Coun
r,. .: hirh'oSts of the
celebration was to be a free
rcund-'rip to Israel for one of the
contributors to the dormitory
brick drive for the Mortimer
May Dermitfry of Kfar Silver,
inauguiated by the Greater Mi-
ami Districts for the Southeast
Region cf the ZOA.
The ledicated d irmi
i .-.; thi Kfar Silver
icultural Training Instil ti
maintained bj the Zionist Organ
izi tion ol Vmerican in Ashkelon,
Israel, it houses 36 students from
ii to i". ami also has a student's
study hall and an instructor's
apartment
Ben Gillei. president of the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist District, who
has just returned from Israel where
he made a special study tour ol
Kfar Silver, was to give a report.
Rabbi Morton A. Malovsky. the
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Sholem, Hollywood, was to present
a brief review of the ZOA activities
in Israel A specially arranged pro-
gram of Israeli. Yiddish, cantonal
and international songs was to be
offered by noted singer. Napoieon
Reed.
MUCf rich;-
Ner Tamid
Names Richman
Murray A. Shaw. pi.
Temple Ner Tamid. anni u i ed thi-
v eek that the Temple board haa
engaged Bruce Richman .>- edu
eational and youth director (it the
coming year.
Richman served in the mm
capacity at Temple Beth Shulcra
.n Hollywood and is also respon
sibJa for introducing the Youn$
Judaea movement into the Gretl
. Miami, area.
A native Israeli. Richman re-
ceived his formal religious anc
secular education in Israel. He is
licensed by the Board "i Jewua
1'ducation here and will assume
hi- duties at Ner Tamid as o(
Aug. 1.
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*JfeN#sf) Ftoridlian
Page 13-B
Schechter School Here
Showing Great Growth
In a softly-shaded, lovely room, .standard Biblical and classic liter
a group of tots lie on mats and rest. lure.
Outside the Nursery Room and sev-
eral doors down, kindergarten
children run in a merry circle to
Photo at left shows first grade class at Solo- second grade children in a Hebrew session
mon Schechter School studying geography, over Chumash. Left to right are Robin Kopen,
Left to right are Debbie Cowan. Diana Fine, Eric Katz. Henry Mechulan. lay Feinstein. Jo-
Leora Gardner. Jodi Green. Mark Malnik. anne Goldring. April Genuth, Ira Levine, and
: Koretsky. Stephanie Koretsky, and Mrs. Mrs. Fay Feinstein. teacher.
: Fishkin. teacher. Photo at right ihows
Beach Student
>dained
i :i. son of Mr and
Porush
" ntl>
i.
-k ikie, III

e in i
id attend)
. wah for the pasl
young rabbi has ser
pal ol Lino Inwood '
Religious S< h for two
rs and plans to remain in the
i of religious education while
.uning his studies in science,
Broward Rabbis
Elect Officers
\t a recent meeting of the
1 roward Board of Rabbis, elec-
were held and the following
serve for the ensuing year:
ident. Rabbi Morton Mala v.
T.niple Beth Sholem, Holly-
od; vice president. Rabbi Rud-
Weiss, Temple Sholom, Pom-
no; secretary-treasurer. Rabbi
uel Jaffe. Temple Beth El,
wood,
ediatfl past president is
ibi Richard Leviton. Temple
anuel, Fort Lauderdale.
Rabbi Malaviky has been serv-
Beth Sholem since Sat.. Sept.
lie formerly held various
- in the Greater Miami area
lous and communal organ-
.mil is a past president of
Rabbinical Association of
t< r Miami.
;- inter-temple projects
ing planned tor the COOling
the tune coining from a phono-
graph.
In second grade Hebrew, the
students sit around a table reading
from Genesis and discussing the
material in this ancient and holy |
language.
There are also first-graders
and third-graders, upstairs and
downstairs in the well-lit class-
rooms of the Solomon Schechter
Day School of Temple Eminu-
El. The school meets in the North
Branch Building at 77th St. and
Dickens Ave.
Morris Tarasow. education direc-
tor of Temple Emanu-El. a grad- cheerful dining room with the lat-
uate of the College of Jewish esl kitchen facilities and profession-
studies of Chicago. City College of al took, a physical education pro-
New York and the University oi gram with a "gym' room for nasty
Chicago, follows quickly and of- days, and top-notch teachers both
ficiently behind Dr. Irving Lehr- Hebrew and English.
"We want our children to know
the history, poetry and finest fic-
tion of contemporary Jewry, both
in and out of the Land of Israel.'"
Dr. Lehrman explains.
Outside .in the corridors, there
is the slight drone and occasional
high voices of students in earnest
and happy study. Daily, they are
proving themselves. In the recent
Metropolitan Achievement Test,
which is a National Standards
Test prepared by World Books, the
students in the Solomon Schechter
School were way ahead of their
actual classroom level of scholas-
tic accomplishment.
Available to them at the school
is every advantage: a well-lit i.nd
iril -..l li ad r of Temple
th proudlj. -how
facilities

hi b> .1 : of
I :
: urth grade.
Solo m o n Schcchti
School i mal Conservative
chool move
nt embracing the modern ap-
proach to Jewish education in
ma of curricular philosophy.
Our school emphasizes Klal Yis
niel' the entire gamut of nil*
The school is blending the best
cf Jewish tradition, both ancient
,-nd modern, to present a broad
lure of Jewish life to H
rig him closer to the
i jid ai> l an !ove of
i ng for hli peo-
ple and f.-ith."
' The t
hi pi i
i
i| America from I 102
ntil e a t li in 1915. Rabbi
chechter was father of the con-
cept that although Judaism has
hierarchical organization, it
uu-al. educational,, social and reli- hw an inner unity based on the
for the student."' recognized consensus of loyal and
devoted Jews to their past and
present traditions.
gious experience
proudly explains Dr. Lehrman.
The curriculum currently begins
on the nursery kindergarten level "We have the blessing of the
for children age 3 to 5. This de- Seminary." says Dr. Lehrman
partment is headed by Mrs. Leo proudly. -Our Solomon Schechter
Nursery rest period show (left to right) Alexa Hart, Lisa Beth
Luby. Allison Goldman. Vicky Pomerance, Gary Gordon,
David Koretzky.________________________________
B'nci Raphael Elects Officers
Newly elected officers and board Muchnick and Mrs. Leonard Sha-
members of Congregation B'nai pjr0. secretaries.

Memorial Day
Weekend Slated
I'.'rith Women ol Miami
ing its annual Memorial Day
ether for members, families
mends at the Deauville Hotel.
Raphael were installed by Rep.
I laude Pepper and Rabbi Harold
Richter on Sunday evening, May
3.
Serving with Bert Levy, presi-
dent, are Jerr\ Greenfield. Nat
Wilensky, Sam oltchick. vice
presidents; Selig Miller, treasur-
Alex Jaret. Mrs. Sanford
Shipping Exec
To Arrive Here
Arie Shtein. representative Ul
the United States of Somerfln Pas
senger Lines of Geneva and Tel
Aviv, wiH arrive In Miami on Tues
day. lie will make his headquar-
ters at the Carillon Hotel.
shtem is here to introduce the
Somerfln Passenger Lines 'float
Board of
Jerry Cole,
Jack Goldstein. Harvey Goodman,
Km Greenberg, Leonard Hecht.
Rill Heine. Roy Hellman, Donald
1 In-hey. Nathan Kramer. Mac
Marks, Sanford Muchnick, Mur-
ray Raban, Maurice Sinai. Stuart
Wagner, and Mrs. Ben Shapiro.
(Naomi) Brandeis.
In addition to the new fourth
grade, other innovations planned
for September is an extention
of the nursery, with a class also
meeting at Temple Emanu-El on
Washington Ave.
The English portion of the cur-
riculum meets in the morning, with
its curriculum under the aegis of
School is a Temple Emanu-El
School, sponsored by our synago-
gue." 4
But the school is open to all
children whose parents feel that
the Schechter curriculum can
best fill the scholarship needs of
their young. Transportation is
available to all.
The school, until last year sim-
Directors includes
Norman Elbrand. the Dade County BoarcPof Public ply called the Temple Emanu-El
Instruction. The Hebraic-religious
studies program in the afternoon
features Hebrew language. Bible,
history, customs and ceremonies,
prayer and holiday celebrations.
Also emphasized is modern He-
brew literature, in addition to the
Foundation School, is the only
Solomon Schechter Day School in
the entire Southeastern Cnited
States. And. as the happy faces ol
students and faculty suggest, its
programs are growing by leaps
and bound-.
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Friday, May 29
Zionists Are
Hosts to Meeting
"Greater Miami Districts of the
Zionist Organisation of America j
t host :in open meeting
and special victors celebration on
Thursdaj eventaf, May 28. ,m'
Kontainebleau Hotel.
One of the bighlighta of the
meeting was 10 be a free trip to Is-
rael which was part of the Brick
Campaign conducted by the South-
east Region Of the ZOA to help
complete the region's dormitory
at Kfar Silver Agricultural Train-
ing Institute in Ashkelon, Israel
Additional prize- were to be a
trip tor two to Nassau and a
weekend for two al one oi the lead-
ing Miami Beach hotels
Local districts were also to wel-
come Ben Ciller, president of the
Miami Beach Ziom>t District,
Abo will have jusi returned from
Israel

Twenty-two teachers were awarded Certifi-
cates of Honor in celebration of National Jew-
.sh Teachers Dav at the general membership
meeting of the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Certificates were distributed by Joseph Cohen,
reelected president of th*> Buieau. Left to right
third row) are Gregory Zvi Rosenkranz, Saul
Porush, Hersch Berman, Avi Kay. George
Goldberq. Rabbi Simon Azulav. Second row
Among those participating in the Dentists Division evening on
behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal at the Dupont Plaza Hotel
were (left) Division Chairman Dr. Richard E. Deutch and guest
speaker. Dr. Irving Glickman, of Tufts University, who spoke
on "New Concepts in Periodontics." Right is co-chairman,
Dr. Jack Mishkin, who was instrumental in arranging for Dr.
Glickman's visit
are Louis Schwartzman, executive director of
the Bureau, George Saft, Mrs. Julius Sukenik,
Mrs. Ruth Wagner. Mrs. Joshua Klein. Mrs.
Dorothy Kaminetzky. accepting tot Benjamin
Kaminetzky. deceased, Malka Robbins. Re-
becca Lipson. Seated are Nathan Robinowitz,
Mrs. Harry Perach-Kwitney. Mrs. Zv; Fein-
stein, Mrs. Saul Porush, Nettie Goldstein, and
Shushannah Greenberq Spector.
Cardiac Hospital
Charity Day
Members of National Children's
Cardiac Hospital manned a booth
Charity Day at Uadeland last
weekend.#
Final smorgasbord luncheon
and card party of the season was
held on Tuesday in the Charter
Room of the hospital, precedeo
by installation of the group's of-
ficers.
President Mrs. Sidney Fertig
and first vice president, Mrs. Fred
Bewer. were inducted in cere-
monies called for 11 a.m.
Mrs. Reuben Schild was lunch
eon chairman
Attorneys Take
Office Again
On Bar Board
w 0. Mehrtens, William P
Simmons .lr and Milton R Ad
ns, Miami, and Many Zukemick.
Miami Beach, began neu terms on
lie Board of Governors ol the
Florida Bar, statewide organiza-
ion oi lawyers and judges, this
veek.
Florida Supreme Court Chief
lUStice K. Harris Drew admims-
ered the oath ol office to all
loard members and incoming of-
nirs oi the Florida Bar during
i he tinal business assembly of the
I Bar convention at the Americana
Hotel.
; Zukernick is i graduate ol
i Brooklyn Law School, and has
terved on the liar's Governing
Board since 1959.
Adkins, Mehrtens ami Simmons
eceived their law degrees from
he University of Florida
Arvin Jeremy Jaffe, son of D:.
and Mrs. Samuel Z. Jaffe,
was awarded first prize in
the Oratorical Contest spon-
sored by the Hebrew Acad-
emy of Greater Miami en
Wednesday. The lOyear-old
winner was chosen ::cm 19
contestants in the elementary
division. His topic wai A:
I My Brother's Keeper ?
fourth grade studen'. hii
father is spiritual leadei c:
Temple Beth El of Hollywood
NCCJ Honors
Dr. Tharp
Dr Charles Doren Thi
retires from the vice pn -
of the University of Miami at the
end of May. was honor:
f( How officers and hoard mem-
i" 1 of the Florida Region, Y
tional Conference of Christians and
Jews, at a dinner on Mondi
Everglades Hotel.
Dr, Tharp received thi
ver Medallion and a citation, trie
highest honor to be tx
the regional organization Dr.
Tharp has served as
co chairman of the gr 1
years
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marlowe, residents of Miami since 1926.
recently celebrated their 61st anniversary. In honor of the
occasion, they are shown presenting Mt. Sinai Hospital with
a room dedication as a gift to each other. Shown immedi-
ately after placement of the plague are the Marlowes and
Marvin Bostin. asociate director of Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Rosenthal Named
By Flagler
Paul H. Marks, president of Flak-
ier Federal Savings and Loan As-
sociation, announces the appoint-
ment of Herschel Rosenthal. CPA,
to the position of managing officer
ol the Association.
Rosenthal has been associated
with Flagler Federal for eight
years, first as controller, then as
vice president and treasurer.
He is a graduate in accounting
of the University of Miami, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami YMI1A
YWHA. vice president of Beth
David Synagogue, a member of
the American and Florida Instit
utes of CPAs and of the Society
of Savings and Loan Controllers.
Rosenthal also belongs to the
American Savings and Loan In-
stitute, the B'nai B'rith and Pi
Lambda Phi Fraternity.
The Rosenthals and their three
children live at 300 SW 23rd Ave .
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Friday May 29. 1964
IfiWisti n-ririrfirir
Pacre 15-B

JVS Annual
Dinner Meeting
Installs Officers
rles P. Feinberg, pres-
. h \ ocitional Service,
ii thai the sixth annua!
ing of the JVS Boarc
I h ii r I 'I a v evenin
r Room of the Ember:
, jrn ;: of the evening tc-ti
- Sidnej K f ron son
l!yman yave the invc
i I U.llowiiiM officers wer
\ Rabbi I.eon Kronish
Beth Sholom:
- ... Mrs. Charles P. Fein
i arj president, Sam .1.
vice presidents, llerber
il:. Charles Hertzoff
Greene and Sam Lub>
rotary, Mrs, Meyer A.
easurer, Stuart Roth-
.= rney Bernstein and Lloyd
L fusion, co-chairmen, Nomi-
n*i -ig ar.d Membership Commit-
tet presented the fol'ow-
for three-year terms of of-
':' to the Board of Directors:
Rcnald L. Albert, Dr. Carl M.
nann, Herbert P. Blumberg,
K :iard L. Brickman, Sidney
F- enson, Andrew A. Geller, Jer-
c-t G Greene, Maurice H. Hy-
Dr Robert E. Liebeskind,
; -onald Pallot, Albert Quadow,
M*$, Sam Stark, and Dr. Earl
ler.
dinner, the Mental Health
- directed by Mr, Anthony
drito presented a play
. the problems facing a
n u hi> has recently been dis-
-i'l trom a state mental hos-
Mrs, F e i n b e r g report-
"I n the new counseling and
-r, guidance program initiated
1>J ,'S with the help of commun
.roup work agencies, the tee
for the program, and the
pated Vocational Rehabilita
enter already approved by
Velfare Planning Council ol
t); County, Dr. Michael Good-
executive director of JVS.
rep 1'ii on next year's plan-
nil r ludlng propo-cd new dem-
Yoirng Israel
lects Officers
Slate of officers at the annual
leeting ol Young Israel oi Great
r Miami i- headed by Dr. Solo
ion Nussbaum, president, and
inanuel Ungar, honorary preai-
ent.
Other officers are Milton Gott-
eb, Marvin Lippman. Harry
crner, vice presidents; Ben Ler-
er. treasurer: Joseph M. Meyers,
il Kalchman, Beatrice Auron,
'cTotano-
Members of the board are
liuiie> Blonder, Charles Brander,
enjamin Fishbein, Alex Gooze,
oseph Magolis, Louis Rosenberg,
Uirray Frand. Frnest Field. Sam
laumel, William Kreuter, Sidney
'.osenberg and Joseph Gordon.
LEGAL NOTICE
ation projects and an ex-
il program.
rshall Harris, chairman. Pub
i -I Public Relations C'om-
. ported on the services
JVs .c- :n offer through radio and

fme
articles.
as well as news
to
i" sum of $22,707 was granted
e Jewish Vocational Service
*ll the purpose of renewing a
den n--:jtion project designed for
dis< aled people 50 years of age
MM iver who need help in finding
a in this community. This
bniigs the figure for a four-year
per. ,| >; 102.245 allocated by the
ftdtra Government for this pro-
V-
Jewish Vocational Service installs its officers nerbert P. Blumberg, vice president; Sam
at sixth annual meeting- Front row (left to Luby Jr., vice president; Sam J. Heiman, hon-
right! are Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin, secretary, orary president; Charles Hertzoff, vice presi-
Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, president; Mrs. Ger- dent; Jerome G. Greene, vice president; Stuart
aid P. Soltz, outgoing president. Rear row are Rothchild, treasurer.
WTYJ Promotes ,
News Staffer
Joseph K Abrell has been pro-
moted to the position of director
ol special news projects for YVTV.I.
ji was ann unced by Ralph Renick.
the television station's vice presi
dent in charge of new >
Abrell Joined WTVJ a year ago
a- documentary and editorial as-
sistant. He came to the station
from Newsweek Magazine.
LEGAL NOTICE
'N TH^ r'R(-'"T rnuPT I-.F "'MC
EL=V'NTH JIIO <*' M ripruiT OF
FLOpts* 1% asm f" ^oe
COUNTY. IN ru*NCERV
No 64C 38"6
"MK v\ ii,i n.iisr.i mill s.\\i.\.:.-
\- i.
Plal.....
i -
,i.\.m'-"s y. -i'ims ri:.\i i us, .i ni,
i>.r. ii.i..1.1
NOTICE OF SU'T
Tl ': Jaannette N. --. n I; i '..
I'nknowi nd I i emnr.....I her
unknown spouse, If llvintc and If dead,
the unknown helm, devisees isaign
ees, grantee*, lienors, credit* r, trus-
i.-.-H or other claimant* claiming by
through, undei or a* vi'-i lhi above
n in--.i defendant who ma) i- de-
ceased
Y'.u are h..-, 1, notified thai the
shove captloned netion has been In-
i-tltuted against you in the 0
i -..111-1 of id, 11 :li l nlli'laJ i'ii. r ol
Ptnrtdn In and ii I ml, Count) to
fun close :i nun tuaxe upon the fol-
lowing descrllieil rent property
L.t :','.', Bloek 7". N'ORWlKUl I'll- CM
ADDITION SECTION TWtl, ac-
cording to ili. I'l.n thereof, re-
i.....led in I'lai nook Kl .ii Puce I"'1
..i the I'uhlli Itei >i ds of i >ade i "oun-
i *. l-'l.'i 'Ufa
Y'.u aiv i-*-* i ii I r.-. 1 t<> fi'.- yonr nn-
-w-r i" plaintiff** ."iiipl.HH! nrlth the
Clark ..f the ii'.M .>.ii.i Court, and
nerve n eop> thereof upon plainilff*>
attorne) MARTIN mm:. Him Kloor,
MaiU- Federal Uulldlns, Miami 8*2,
Klorldo noi later than iul> I. I4,
>i a I v. r.-. l'r> Confeaao "ill be .-ii-
i.i.ii avaliiat \*'ii
DATED: Ma) ::. 1M4.
E. H l.i:.\ IIIKIt.M AM
Clerk of the Circuit t'ouri
c-.ali B) C. I' COPE LA XII
i>.-pui> Clark
MARTIN PINE
Attoi ne) lor Plaintiff
I iili Ho..i Dade I..:. nil Bldg.
Miami I!, Florida
:. ::.. I :.-12. n>
Max Cantor, 1929 Washington St., Hollywood, is honored by
the Broward Zionist DisUict "for his generosity in sponsorinq
a scholarship at the Kfar Silver Agricultural School in Israel."
Left to right are Jacob Harrison, Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spir-
itual leader of Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood, Cantor. Mor-
ris Kristal. and Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual leader of Holly-
wood Temple Sinai.
Beach Bank
Executive Passes
V Lowrj Wall, chairman ol the
board Of Miami Beach First Na-
tional Bank and one of the City's
, earliest pioneers, died Monday in
t. Francis Hospital at the age of
78
Known as the dean of Florida
hankers. Wall came to Miami
Beach from Pittsburgh, Pa., in
1922. when he joined Miami Beach
First National as cashier and opcr
t it ions chief.
| Wall was elected vice president
( of Miami Beach First National in
1923. In 1930. he became president
.ml in IBAA. chairman of the board.
He retired as president several
ears ago. with Frank Smathers
11 succeeding him in that post.
Wall continued as chairman of the
board until his death
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved one* are
source of very roai
comfort to aJL
Miami:, (mi ,.-.
7
MO 1-7693
HARRIS. Ml-- liertruili I S\V I all
si died M> iv Rlvi rut I.
KLINGEfl, I ..in- Tl su '"'
,i ,i Ma) 19 li' rdon.
KRANZOORF, |..i.i. ". '' Il Nl'
19th ii Rl eralrti
LEHMAN. Mi- Minnie, -I. "I I Mo
Siena \*. ''i'"' N,:" '' ,'" ~"''
FRANK. Mi- K\a, Rl, Ol 9030 BVt
-,.;ili Ti i Itlvi Hide _
ADLER. "-..o. 77, ol I..... M- '-",l
III died M.i* SO. Ili rdon
COHEN. MU-hael, "f ''-'I '
Rroudviea Or., died May M s. n
i, in Rrookl.i 11 Rlvaralde.
raab. i.-.i.i. Charlea, -.:. ol ''i Baj
in .ii.-,i Ma) 10. Blveralde
SIEGEL. l-v.iiik. ..'. "f -Mil Mi, In-in
tve gri ,.. in \. arai W Rlveralae
SINGER. M..1U-. T'. '.....SJld
! Ave s. i v i. oi I-"- v'.-' R"
altwan, I......- \\ < -...... Weal
|. ,h.,i M.i> II i:i\.r-ii.-
BLUM. Han 89, ol IMO B 17th Ter.,
died Mas llordon
'DUNN. Mi- I'.-- .' 6S, ol '"-'I BH
lih II de
GERSHOW. Nathan, il, l-
IM III'
, GLATMAN. I'ii. it, > '""
n \\. Rlvi
stein. Mi- I"1 Merid-
ian Am- RIvi-i
STRt 7. Ml M N"
ITU'
FISHER. Mu V.
M
Howard, i ihn -
I ili.-.I Ma) U Rlvemlda.
leshnick. M..\ i i.i, ..i :.:.. ..!-
lin- Ave .li.-.i Mai -':: S. r\ ..- In
Sea VorK Rlveraldv
STERN, hvlni Henr>, 5, of ll.'.j Ni:
IiiuiIi Si. Rlvemlde.
flaum, Rk-hard Jay, Pfi M, "f ",-.
\\V IMMi St., died Mu) 13 in in-
I.mil-. Kniiii'. Rlvi r-i.l.
GATT. Moii-Ih, !. "f MSU Main Hwj
i'...-..mu drove died Ma) -1 i!..i-
don.
Howard. Mlinl, 4'.. ..i :i-.'ii> Byron
Ave, dli .i May '-" Rlveralde.
MEYERS. Harry, 70, "i ISS< Wah-
Ingtun Ave., riled Ma) t. Barvlcei
In Hackenaaek, S.J. Gordon.
COHEN. Meyer, 7:'. "f 2*05 KB ISSth
si s. wi.. in Roaton, Oordon,
kraus. Emanuel, 84, ..f J013 S\V L'lili
I'.r .li.-.l Mi, it Rlvi ratda.
LEWIS. S;u ih, R. "f 7SSS NK Ird Ct
died May l-V flordon.
moskowitz. I.....nard, 17. ..f 7:l sw
i.ill. Ave., rileil Maj 17 Rlveralde.
WOLFSON. Henry, ':. ul l." Ho. Mi-
ami Ave died Ma) l tlordon.
BOGEN, Mr- Marlon, ''. of 1301 fol-
llu- Avi River* de.
GRIFKIN. Mi- llentrlee : of 1212
I '.li II \ K :i ni., VX'l Ml, .1-1.1.
GLASER. II n v. Tl. ..I SUM Alihot!
Avi Blank
klenoff. Mm Sarah, ::. ..i 3.l Jef-
f.-i-.iii A,. Rlveralde
nosnotsky. 1..11I-. ....." Pennayl-
viinln Avi Rlveraldi
SIEGEL. Mil Row ''" "'i'1-
llim \, Kin- i -i'.
SPIRA. Hi- Kim. .-. '- "I -.....in
I r Rlvei nidi
ABNOT. Peler E ';-'. "' -'-'" Kiin
Point I .In .1 Ma) m Rlvi ralde
SCHNABEL. I 1..I. .:. of I'"' >V 7lh
Si Rlveraldi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6C845 A
IN RK
KSTATR i il"
JACK W PERSi 'I I' n k i
I .\.-in: WILLIAM PKRSI >KK
|... .
CITATION
ri ETHEl. PERSi iKI
il.-.i, s \\
Miami, I- ioi ill.i
HARRY PBRHOFF.
r.,
Si n V..ik. Sew York
Mill.I.IK I'.I.ATI
'.'] u Chun Ii Aven i
Brooklyn '. Se ^
HELEN HAU'ERS,
:- An h<'i Aven -
\. iv York
SHIRLEY I.ElBol-K.
ins Tard) '
W.mi.mli. \. n Y"' k
!- XEWMAN
7n82 Ftdti n Avi Vpi -
Sorth Hi
SHIRLKY -M I'SSII.LI i,
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VKTrrTH til \.\>.
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m miii.vn hi. err,
. .. Mi 17i -I Yi.UIIK
'.Ul Chun li Avei
Brookl) ii 16 Ne York
Rl iSALl IIAI I'KKN.
\n. hoi v, .mi.
i iceanalde, Si \
MIITI IN I" Hi ii iI'M \ X.
A- 11 lai Id I .Item f.
minor bem I < larli w, to vli
Kl.NNi: I'll HALPEKN
BARRY MA RK I'.' '1.1'
LEAH BLATT
ERAS) 'l XI: LEI Hi IFF
STEPHEN i'BRSl 'IT
Rl I'll ZELI 'A 111 'I.I'
i Al:- >LE Kl.ATT
MARTIN HALPERS
LEAH E.BIHOFK
IRIS PBRJ-( >IM-
Viil' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
, IV,ui..ii .,f \\"iil.. f.. AaMlgnraenl
ul IV>wer and Petition for Exeeutrix'
' '..iiiiiiis-l.-n .mil Attorneya' I..- hava
been filed In the Count) Judge's Court
in mi i..! I hull County, Florida, and
\..ii are bareb) required i" -'-
cop) ..f your ah.-m.i or pleading to
nald Petltlona "ii the Petitioner's at-
lorneya, SIMoN, HATS t i:i:r\i'
VVERii. ::"l Alnaley Building, Miami,
!,.. i.l... 33132, and file Che original
ili,,..,.i in tii, office ol ih.- Clerk ot
i he aboi i Court on oi befoi. forty
ilm .In- from the flral publication
ih. reof.
Thin notice -IkiII be published once
each week In The Jewish Elorldlan for
four waeka, flrsl publication thereof
to Ik- May -ii. i'";i
imi.m: AM1 i ii:i ii:ki:i i in Cham-
i..r> iius ::,iii da) of May, l(H
\V. K. Ill,AN Ti IN
riU'M'V Jl'DtlE
iseall By: MEI.HA C. IHi'lx
Clerk
5 ::. :.-l2-i4
Bass Produces
Yahrzeit Tablets
Bass Bulletin Board and Dircc
lory Co., 1107 No. Miami Ave.. is
manufacturer of bronze Yahrzeit
tablets and nameplates.
The company also produces out-
door synagogue bulletin boards,
hotel lobby announcements and en-
graved plastic and metal signs, all
manufactured on the companj i
premises
Tablets are made ot the tiuesl
bronze and designed with precision
craftsmanship, according to the
i.mi Tablets hold ion to 200 name
plates with an electric bulb on
t nch side ol the plate S.T
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 5498
\ 1.1:1:1: r FARJJI .1!
Plaintiff,
-i -
CELIA FARtlfSU,
Hefemlaiit
SUIT FOR D VORCE
Ti >: I'EUA I ARBBR
;.. Vvenue '/.
Cr.u.kli 11. New Vork
You. 'Bl I v KARBER, are hereby
notified that a Bill ..f Complaint lor
IHvom hat been filed agalnsl you,
.mil .,11 .,1. i.-.|iiii. ,1 to aei v a on)
of >,.ur Answer or pleading the
I in ..f Complain! "i, H"- plaintiff -
Ml., 111. v. 1 li i|,l i.MAN. tKILUHTBIN
PACZ1ER, HOI Weal Klaglel
Street, Miami, Florida, and rile the
,:,] Answer or Pleading in the
..111.....:' ih. Clerk "f the Circuit
1-..in 1 on 01 before the SSnd da) ol
June, ii".i If you f.iil to do ao,
Judgment b) default will be taken
.it.mi \,.;i for iiie rvlief demanded
in ili,- lull of Complaint,
This notice shall be published once
w..i, for four consecutive
e. k- in THE JEWISH II.' >RI1I \^
ImiNK \ \; 11 1 IRI lEREI' al Miami,
Florida, thlv 15th da) ol May, A l'
IV64
I' II I ICATHERMAN Clerk.
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Friday. May 29. 1964 *JfeN#sf) Ftoridlian Page 13-B Schechter School Here Showing Great Growth In a softly-shaded, lovely room, .standard Biblical and classic liter a group of tots lie on mats and rest. lure. Outside the Nursery Room and several doors down, kindergarten children run in a merry circle to Photo at left shows first grade class at Solosecond grade children in a Hebrew session mon Schechter School studying geography, over Chumash. Left to right are Robin Kopen, Left to right are Debbie Cowan. Diana Fine, Eric Katz. Henry Mechulan. lay Feinstein. JoLeora Gardner. Jodi Green. Mark Malnik. anne Goldring. April Genuth, Ira Levine, and : Koretsky. Stephanie Koretsky, and Mrs. Mrs. Fay Feinstein. teacher. : Fishkin. teacher. Photo at right ihows Beach Student >dained i :i. son of Mr and Porush ntl> %  i. -k ikie, III %  e in i id attend) wah for the pasl young rabbi has ser %  pal ol Lino Inwood %  '• Religious S< h for two rs and plans to remain in the %  i of religious education while .uning his studies in science, Broward Rabbis Elect Officers \t a recent meeting of the 1 roward Board of Rabbis, elecwere held and the following serve for the ensuing year: ident. Rabbi Morton Mala v. T.niple Beth Sholem, Holly od; vice president. Rabbi RudWeiss, Temple Sholom, Pomno; secretary-treasurer. Rabbi uel Jaffe. Temple Beth El, wood, ediatfl past president is ibi Richard Leviton. Temple anuel, Fort Lauderdale. Rabbi Malaviky has been servBeth Sholem since Sat.. Sept. lie formerly held various in the Greater Miami area lous and communal organ.mil is a past president of Rabbinical Association of t< r Miami. ;inter-temple projects • ing planned tor the COOling the tune coining from a phonograph. In second grade Hebrew, the students sit around a table reading from Genesis and discussing the material in this ancient and holy | language. There are also first-graders and third-graders, upstairs and downstairs in the well-lit classrooms of the Solomon Schechter Day School of Temple EminuEl. The school meets in the North Branch Building at 77th St. and Dickens Ave. Morris Tarasow. education director of Temple Emanu-El. a gradcheerful dining room with the latuate of the College of Jewish esl kitchen facilities and professionstudies of Chicago. City College of al took, a physical education proNew York and the University oi gram with a "gym' room for nasty Chicago, follows quickly and ofdays, and top-notch teachers both ficiently behind Dr. Irving Lehr' Hebrew and English. "We want our children to know the history, poetry and finest fiction of contemporary Jewry, both in and out of the Land of Israel.'" Dr. Lehrman explains. Outside .in the corridors, there is the slight drone and occasional high voices of students in earnest and happy study. Daily, they are proving themselves. In the recent Metropolitan Achievement Test, which is a National Standards Test prepared by World Books, the students in the Solomon Schechter School were way ahead of their actual classroom level of scholastic accomplishment. Available to them at the school is every advantage: a well-lit i.nd iril -..l li ad r of Temple th proudlj. -how facilities %  hi b> .1 : of I : : urth grade. Solo m o n Schcchti School i mal Conservative chool move nt embracing the modern approach to Jewish education in ma of curricular philosophy. ••Our school emphasizes Klal Yis niel' — the entire gamut of nil* The school is blending the best cf Jewish tradition, both ancient ,-nd modern, to present a broad lure of Jewish life to H rig him closer to the i jid ai> %  l an !ove of i ng for hli people and f.-ith." The t hi pi i i i| America from I 102 ntil e a t li in 1915. Rabbi chechter was father of the concept that although Judaism has hierarchical organization, it uu-al. educational,, social and relihw an inner unity based on the for the student."' recognized consensus of loyal and devoted Jews to their past and present traditions. gious experience proudly explains Dr. Lehrman. The curriculum currently begins on the nursery kindergarten level "We have the blessing of the for children age 3 to 5. This deSeminary." says Dr. Lehrman partment is headed by Mrs. Leo proudly. -Our Solomon Schechter Nursery rest period show (left to right) Alexa Hart, Lisa Beth Luby. Allison Goldman. Vicky Pomerance, Gary Gordon, David Koretzky. B'nci Raphael Elects Officers Newly elected officers and board Muchnick and Mrs. Leonard Shamembers of Congregation B'nai pj r0 secretaries. Memorial Day Weekend Slated I'.'rith Women ol Miami ing its annual Memorial Day ether for members, families mends at the Deauville Hotel. Raphael were installed by Rep. I laude Pepper and Rabbi Harold Richter on Sunday evening, May 3. Serving with Bert Levy, president, are Jerr\ Greenfield. Nat Wilensky, Sam oltchick. vice presidents; Selig Miller, treasurAlex Jaret. Mrs. Sanford Shipping Exec To Arrive Here Arie Shtein. representative Ul the United States of Somerfln Pas senger Lines of Geneva and Tel Aviv, wiH arrive In Miami on Tues day. lie will make his headquarters at the Carillon Hotel. shtem is here to introduce the Somerfln Passenger Lines 'float Board of Jerry Cole, Jack Goldstein. Harvey Goodman, Km Greenberg, Leonard Hecht. Rill Heine. Roy Hellman, Donald 1 In-hey. Nathan Kramer. Mac Marks, Sanford Muchnick, Murray Raban, Maurice Sinai. Stuart Wagner, and Mrs. Ben Shapiro. (Naomi) Brandeis. In addition to the new fourth grade, other innovations planned for September is an extention of the nursery, with a class also meeting at Temple Emanu-El on Washington Ave. The English portion of the curriculum meets in the morning, with its curriculum under the aegis of School is a Temple Emanu-El School, sponsored by our synagogue." 4 But the school is open to all children whose parents feel that the Schechter curriculum can best fill the scholarship needs of their young. Transportation is available to all. The school, until last year simDirectors includes Norman Elbrand. the Dade County BoarcPof Public ply called the Temple Emanu-El Instruction. The Hebraic-religious studies program in the afternoon features Hebrew language. Bible, history, customs and ceremonies, prayer and holiday celebrations. Also emphasized is modern Hebrew literature, in addition to the Foundation School, is the only Solomon Schechter Day School in the entire Southeastern Cnited States. And. as the happy faces ol students and faculty suggest, its programs are growing by leaps and bound-. t.uests may check in Friday or mg motels. £^ !" 4Mpuirday, cheek out any time Sunwnger car terr.es start.ng with or Monday. Weekend will in the Bilu. I ide the use of lounges, sightseeTaking less than three days to boat rides, cocktail party and cross the Mediterranean, the Bilu i pals. accommodates 524 passengers, has In charge of reservations are a drive-on garage space for 120 Vsdames Betty Bfrchansky. Ethel cars, and is fully air-conditioned Lackey and Sylvia Liebman. and stabilized. t I I I I I I I IMt FOft FREE BOOKLET AB0U1 FLORIDA-AND I • Ov.r 590 Metal i ontJ Hoi ill I • Special summer family rate*I • Worlds finest white booths • Easy to roach) by plane, rail, bus or carl Wm am ClMrwetai Chamber if Caaianrct, CI.Qiw.ltr, Florida I I I I I I I golfer's biggest holiday bargain on Georgia's fabulous Jekyll Island!!! Every resort luxury at your disposal. 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JO': %  May 29. 1964 + k>lfi*Fk)rknon Page 3-A AGENCY'S PROGRAM HAS MANY INFANTS )bies Now Available Through JFCS Adoption IT!-r. I Hi FT j i torn is quiet. The nds empty. The toys. I animals and tiny music boxes, are arranj; and new in a row on l Tlu> have never been i I and wife occasionally the room, stand arm-in. sigh. Sometimes, there bitter tears of disapIFON FISHER •andmrds unchanged Thtre is no baby. Tha room, the cradle and the toys have all been purchaser* in anxious expectation. The couple is one of tens of thousands across the nation who can have no children of their own. They have put in lor adoption at an agency, prepared lor the Ions ait and the difficult process of personal interviews. In the case of Jewish Family and Children's Service of Miami, the wait ha< been inordinately long The CMtple, alert and under standing prospective parents, re [use to think ol independent adoption. They want (he protection ami llir assurance ol an authorized adoption agencj lie hind them. They want to make certain that thenown besl interests, .i> "I'll at'n-,' ni the child. u ill he served. But the wait ... In 1963, JFCS made seven adoptive placements. In 1962, there were only 10. Jewish children available for adoption are few and far between. As a matter of fact. JFCS re cently began to discourage Miami couples seeking to adopt a child from making applications with the agency. In some cases, they even advised couples to apply to the area's non sectarian agencies. Now, all that is changed. Jewish Family and Children's Service on Wednesday announced that from this moment MRS. B. B. G01DSTHN heartbreak over babies in "significantly large numbers" are now available for adoption. The waiting is over. MrB B Goldstein, president of the agency, said here that •"our adoptive program has been heartbreaking for us. as well as for the prospective parents. We have found it most difficult to turn people away We no longer have to." Leon Fisher, executive director of the agency, urged prospective adoptive parents to file applications with JFCS immediately. "Babies are henceforth available in realistic numbers." he declared happily, adding that the agency has been working on the program behind-the-scenes lor several years. "The heartbreak of waiting is over," Fisher added, warning, however, that the agency's qualifications for adoption have not been altered one iota. "Prospective parents must still meet all of the agency's requirements as before. "The babies are available.'' he said, "but that doesn't mean we are giving them away. Our standat s, known for their high level throughout the nation, assure infants of the best possibile families for their future." This, he repeated, "has not changed But once an adoptive couple has been OK'd by the agen >. the babies are there lor adoption. "We are tickled about this, declared Mrs. Goldstein, blue and pink colors of happiness in her eyes. "People come to Jewish Family and Children's Service tor all sorts of unhappy reasons: family counseling, psychiatric social assistance, maladjustment problems. "Adoption is one source of happiness — where JFCS can give joy to an infant and prospective parents. Until now the doors have practically been closed. As of today, they are wide open.'' Applications anyone? Jewish Family and Children's Service, an agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and United Fund, mav be reached by dialing 371-3433. The baby's room won't '" %  Quiet now. The cradle has been fill. iortists Offer Trip to Europe • has been reserved for a 'rip on El Al Jets leaving -k on June 9 for London Ei "''pe, returning in either 14 t2l days, by the Southeast Re|r, i. the Zioni-t Organization |Amr.ca. L rding to Abraham Grunhut. Top Dade Kids To be Honored A continuing program to honor religion or achievement. and achievements ol school age chil children in grades one through 12 re eligible. "We seem to hear so much about children who cause problems, when really they are in the min( rity." declared Mrs. Joanne Jack, ixecutive director of the council. "Wo feel it is time, as a service to the community, to call attention to the many splendid young We're reserving the i" :: in your name in Tel Aviv dren in Dade County has been in-;' augurated by the Dairy Council of South Florida I 1 in f.' Beach, chairman of the m's Tourism Commit I of the round-trip [are will be onlv $300. hotels, meals, sightseeing and transfers, may do so. according, to Grunhut. lor tours to Ireland and Scotland. Belgium and Holland, Russia. England and France, Switzerland, Italy. Portugal and Spain. Denmark and Sweden, Greece or most anv combination of countries of Furope. The nun imum stay is two weeks and the maximum is three weeks. The The Wp is open to all members of the Three achievement winners will be selected each week, with Mrs. Jack Kas^ewitz, of Miami, working with community leaders. acting as coordinator. Any perd Qn son in the community may make u ,_ lK „„„ mmA xinrtty nominations the back for the fine and worth while things they have accom There is no restriction on race, plished. i Also five thousand years of Holy Land history. Plus all the pleasures of Tel Aviv, one of the world's most exciting cities. Not to mention the fine restaurants, swimming pool, superb service, and smart shops of the elegant air-conditioned SheratonTel Aviv Hotel overlooking the Mediterranean. For Insured Reservations, just see your favorite Travel Aeent, or call this Sheraton number. 3770275 SHERATMJU AVIV MIL I Tel Aviv. Israel if' ',)" ha.~ arranged for a %  litional charge for pasdisembark in Paris or several other major cities," he said irticrpaiing in the trip n option of making their ementl in Europe and vith the group in either iree weeks. Departures arranged from several iropean cities. Those deincloding Drst-etata Zionist Organization of America. i,-*.S /BlBB —in BETH DIN OFFICE IAEBI DR. TIBOR N. STERN |1061 Michigan kit., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 Tifereth Jacob Holds Functions Combined Installation of Temple. Sisterhood and Men's Club officers was held at Temple Tifereth Jacob on Saturday evening,. The Temple this week announced that Sharron and Saul Silverman. daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Silverman. are graduates of the'Hebrew High, School ol the Bureau ol Jewish Education this year, Hernard Winer, son ol Mr and Mrs Abe Winer, participated in graduation exercises at Beth David on May 14 It Stands TALL When You Need It Most... 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Friday May 29. 1964 IfiWisti n-ririrfirir Pacre 15-B JVS Annual Dinner Meeting Installs Officers rles P. Feinberg, pres. h \ ocitional Service, ii thai the sixth annua! %  ing of the JVS Boarc I h II r I 'I a v evenin r Room of the Ember: jrn ;: of the evening tc-ti Sidnej K f ron son l!yman yave the invc i I • U.llowiiiM officers wer \ Rabbi I.eon Kronish Beth Sholom: ..•. Mrs. Charles P. Fein i arj president, Sam .1. vice presidents, llerber IL:. Charles Hertzoff Greene and Sam Lub> rotary, Mrs, Meyer A. easurer, Stuart Roth£.= rney Bernstein and Lloyd L fusion, co-chairmen, Nomin*i -ig ar.d Membership Committet presented the fol'owfor three-year terms of of':' to the Board of Directors: Rcnald L. Albert, Dr. Carl M. nann, Herbert P. Blumberg, K :iard L. Brickman, Sidney Fenson, Andrew A. Geller, Jerc-t G Greene, Maurice H. HyDr Robert E. Liebeskind, ; -onald Pallot, Albert Quadow, M*$, Sam Stark, and Dr. Earl ler. dinner, the Mental Health directed by Mr, Anthony drito presented a play the problems facing a n u hi> has recently been dis-i'l trom a state mental hosMrs, F e i n b e r g report"I n the new counseling and -r, guidance program initiated 1>J ,'S with the help of commun .roup work agencies, the tee for the program, and the • pated Vocational Rehabilita enter already approved by %  Velfare Planning Council ol t); County, Dr. Michael Goodexecutive director of JVS. rep 1'ii on next year's plannil r ludlng propo-cd new demYoirng Israel •lects Officers Slate of officers at the annual leeting ol Young Israel oi Great r Miami iheaded by Dr. Solo ion Nussbaum, president, and inanuel Ungar, honorary preaient. Other officers are Milton Gotteb, Marvin Lippman. Harry crner, vice presidents; Ben Lerer. treasurer: Joseph M. Meyers, il Kalchman, Beatrice Auron, 'cTotanoMembers of the board are liuiie> Blonder, Charles Brander, enjamin Fishbein, Alex Gooze, oseph Magolis, Louis Rosenberg, Uirray Frand. Frnest Field. Sam laumel, William Kreuter, Sidney '.osenberg and Joseph Gordon. LEGAL NOTICE ation projects and an exil program. rshall Harris, chairman. Pub i -I Public Relations C'om. ported on the services JVs .c: n offer through radio and %  fme articles. as well as news to • i" sum of $22,707 was granted e Jewish Vocational Service *ll the purpose of renewing a den n--:jtion project designed for dis< aled people 50 years of age MM iver who need help in finding a "• in this community. This bniigs the figure for a four-year per. ,| • >; 102.245 allocated by the ftdtra Government for this proVJewish Vocational Service installs its officers nerbert P. Blumberg, vice president; Sam at sixth annual meetingFront row (left to Luby Jr., vice president; Sam J. Heiman, honright! are Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin, secretary, orary president; Charles Hertzoff, vice presiMrs. Charles P. Feinberg, president; Mrs. Gerdent; Jerome G. Greene, vice president; Stuart aid P. Soltz, outgoing president. Rear row are Rothchild, treasurer. WTYJ Promotes News Staffer Joseph K Abrell has been promoted to the position of director ol special news projects for YVTV.I. ji was ann unced by Ralph Renick. the television station's vice presi dent in charge of new > Abrell Joined WTVJ a year ago adocumentary and editorial assistant. He came to the station from Newsweek Magazine. LEGAL NOTICE 'N TH^ r'R(-'"T rnuPT I-.F "'MC EL=V'NTH JIIO <*' M ripruiT OF FLOPTS* 1% asm F" ^OE COUNTY. IN ru*NCERV No 64C 38"6 "MK v\ ii,i n.iisr.i mill s.\\i.\.:.\i. Plal i ,I.\.M'-"S y. %  -I'IMS ri:.\ i i us, .i ni, i>.r. ii.i..1.1 NOTICE OF SU'T Tl ': Jaannette N. --. n I; i '•••.. I'nknowi nd I i emnr I her unknown spouse, If llvintc and If dead, the unknown helm, devisees isaign ees, grantee*, lienors, credit* r, trusi.-.-H or other claimant* claiming by through, undei or a* vi'-i lhi above n %  in--.i defendant who ma) ideceased Y'.u are h..-, 1, notified thai the shove captloned netion has been Ini-tltuted against you in the 0 i -..111-1 of id, 11 :li l nlli'laJ i'ii. r ol Ptnrtdn In and ii I ml, Count) to fun close :i nun tuaxe upon the following descrllieil rent property L.t :','.', Bloek 7". N'ORWlKUl I'llCM ADDITION SECTION TWtl, according to ili. I'l.n thereof, rei led in I'lai nook Kl .ii Puce I"' 1 ..i the I'uhlli Itei >i ds of i >ade i "ouni *. l-'l.'i 'Ufa Y'.u aiv i-*-* i II I r.-. 1 t<> fi'.yonr nn-w-r i" plaintiff** ."iiipl.HH! nrlth the Clark ..f the ii'.M .>.ii.i Court, and nerve n eop> thereof upon plainilff*> attorne) MARTIN MM:. HIM Kloor, MaiUFederal Uulldlns, Miami 8*2, Klorldo noi later than iul> I. I4, >i a I v. r.-. l'r>• Confeaao "ill be .-iii.i.ii avaliiat \*'ii DATED: Ma) ::. 1M4. E. H l.i:.\ IIIKIt.M AM Clerk of the Circuit t'ouri c-.ali B) C. I' COPE LA XII i>.-pui> Clark MARTIN PINE Attoi ne) lor Plaintiff I iili Ho..i Dade I..:. nil Bldg. Miami I!, Florida :. :•:.. I :.-12. n> Max Cantor, 1929 Washington St., Hollywood, is honored by the Broward Zionist DisUict "for his generosity in sponsorinq a scholarship at the Kfar Silver Agricultural School in Israel." Left to right are Jacob Harrison, Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood, Cantor. Morris Kristal. and Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual leader of Hollywood Temple Sinai. Beach Bank Executive Passes V Lowrj Wall, chairman ol the board Of Miami Beach First National Bank and one of the City's earliest pioneers, died Monday in t. Francis Hospital at the age of 78 Known as the dean of Florida hankers. Wall came to Miami Beach from Pittsburgh, Pa., in 1922. when he joined Miami Beach First National as cashier and opcr t it ions chief. | Wall was elected vice president ( of Miami Beach First National in 1923. In 1930. he became president .ml in IBAA. chairman of the board. He retired as president several ears ago. with Frank Smathers 11• succeeding him in that post. Wall continued as chairman of the board until his death Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved one* are • source of very roai comfort to aJL MIAMI:, (MI ,.-. • 7 MO 1-7693 HARRIS. Ml-liertruili I S\V I all si died M> i v Rlvi rut I. KLINGEfl, I ..inTl su '"' ,i ,i Ma) 19 li' rdon. KRANZOORF, |..i.i. "•••. %  Il • Nl 19th II Rl eralrti LEHMAN. MiMinnie, -I. "I I Mo Siena \*. • ''i'"' N,: '' '" ~"'' FRANK. MiK\a, Rl, Ol 9030 BVt -,.;ili Ti i Itlvi Hide ADLER. "-..o. 77, ol I M'•-" ,l III died M.i* SO. Ili rdon COHEN. MU-hael, • % % % %  "f '•'•-'I Rroudviea Or., died May M s. n i, in Rrookl.i 11 Rlvaralde. RAAB. I.-.I.I. Charlea, -.:. ol '•'•i Baj in .ii.-,i Ma) 10. Blveralde SIEGEL. l-v.iiik. %  •. %  .'. "f •-Mil Mi, Ini n tve gri ,.. in \. arai W Rlveralae SINGER. M..1U-. T'. ••' SJld Ave s. i v i. • oi I-"v '.-' R" ALTWAN, I. \\ %  •% %  % %  < Weal |. ,h.,i M.i> II i:i\.r-ii.BLUM. Han 89, ol IMO B 17th Ter., died Mas llordon 'DUNN. MiI'.-.' 6S, ol '"-'I BH lih II %  de GERSHOW. Nathan, il, l• •IM III' GLATMAN. I'II. it, > % %  • '•"" %  n \\. Rlvi STEIN. Mi%  I" 1 Meridian AMRIVI-I STRt 7. Ml M N ITU' FISHER. Mu V. M HOWARD, i ihn %  •I ili.-. I Ma) U Rlvemlda. LESHNICK. M..\ i I.I, ..i %  : % %  .:.. ••..!linAve .li.-.i Mai -':: S. r\ ..In Sea VorK Rlveraldv STERN, hvlni Henr>, 5, of ll.'.j Ni: IIIUIII Si. Rlvemlde. FLAUM, Rk-hard Jay, Pfi M, "f ",-. \\V IMMi St., died Mu) 13 in inI. MIL-. Kniiii'. Rlvi r-i.l. GATT. MOII-IH, ••!. "f MSU Main Hwj i'...-..mu drove died Ma) -1 I!..Idon. HOWARD. Mlinl, 4'.. ..i :i-.'ii> Byron Ave, dli .i May '-" Rlveralde. MEYERS. Harry, 70, "i ISS< WahIngtun Ave., riled Ma) t. Barvlcei In Hackenaaek, S.J. Gordon. COHEN. Meyer, 7:'. "f 2*05 KB ISSth si s. wi.. in Roaton, Oordon, KRAUS. Emanuel, 84, ..f J013 S\V L'lili I'.r .li.-.l Mi, IT Rlvi ratda. LEWIS. S;u ih, R. "f 7SSS NK Ird Ct„ died May l-V flordon. MOSKOWITZ. I nard, 17. ..f 7:l sw i.ill. Ave., rileil Maj 17 Rlveralde. WOLFSON. Henry, %  :•. ul l." Ho. Miami Ave died Ma) l tlordon. BOGEN, MrMarlon, •' %  %  of 1301 follluAvi River* de. GRIFKIN. Millentrlee %  : %  of 1212 I '.li II \ K :i ni., VX'l Ml, .1-1.1. GLASER. II n v. Tl. ..I SUM Alihot! Avi Blank KLENOFF. Mm Sarah, ::. ..i 3.l Jeff.-i-.iii A,. Rlveralde NOSNOTSKY. 1..11I-. •" Pennaylviinln Avi Rlveraldi SIEGEL. Mil Row '•'•"• "'i' 1 llim \, .• KINI -i %  '. SPIRA. HIKim. .-. '"I %  %  • %  in I r Rlvei nidi ABNOT. Peler E ; -'. "' -'-'" Kiin Point I •, .In .1 Ma) m Rlvi ralde SCHNABEL. I 1..I. .:. of I'"' >V 7lh Si Rlveraldi IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6C845 A IN RK KSTATR i il" JACK W PERSi 'I I' n k i I .\.-in: WILLIAM PKRSI >KK |... CITATION ri ETHEl. PERSi iKI il.-.i, s \\ Miami, Iioi ill.i HARRY PBRHOFF. r., %  Si n V..ik. Sew York Mill.I.IK I'.I.ATI '.'] u Chun Ii Aven i Brooklyn %  %  • %  Se ^ HELEN HAU'ERS, :An h<'i Aven \. iv York SHIRLEY I.ElBol-K. ins Tard) W.mi.mli. \. n Y"' k !XEWMAN 7n82 Ftdti n Avi Vpi Sorth Hi SHIRLKY -M I'SSII.LI i, :i Monroi Sew v..' k 2, Si H V VKTrrTH til •\.\>. :'M S.W Sooth Ti i Mian i M MIII.VN HI. err, .. Mi 17i %  -I Yi.UIIK '.•Ul Chun li Avei Brookl) ii 16 Ne York Rl iSALl %  IIAI I'KKN. \n. hoi v, .mi. i iceanalde, Si \ MIITI IN I" Hi ii iI'M \ X. A11 lai Id I .Item f. minor bem I %  < larli w, to vli Kl.NNi: I'll HALPEKN BARRY MA RK I'.' '1.1' LEAH BLATT ERAS) 'l XI: LEI Hi IFF STEPHEN i'BRSl 'IT Rl I'll ZELI 'A 111 'I.I' i Al:>LE Kl.ATT MARTIN HALPERS LEAH E.BIHOFK IRIS PBRJ-( >IMViil' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that IV,ui..ii .,f \\"iil.. f.. AaMlgnraenl ul IV>wer and Petition for Exeeutrix' '..iiiiiiis-l.-n .mil Attorneya' I..hava been filed In the Count) Judge's Court in mi i..! I hull County, Florida, and \..ii are bareb) required i" -•'-• cop) ..f your AH.-M.I or pleading to nald Petltlona "ii the Petitioner's atlorneya, SIMoN, HATS t i:i:r\i' VVERii. ::"l Alnaley Building, Miami, %  •,..• i.l... 33132, and file Che original ili, ..,. i in tii, office ol ih.Clerk ot i he aboi i Court on oi befoi. forty ilm .Infrom the flral publication ih. reof. Thin notice -IKIII be published once each week In The Jewish Elorldlan for four waeka, flrsl publication thereof to IKMay -ii. i'" ; i IMI.M: AM 1 i ii:i II:KI:I i in Chami..r> iius ::,iii da) of May, l(H \V. K. Ill,AN Ti IN riU'M'V Jl'DtlE iseall By: MEI.HA C. IHi'lx Clerk 5 :: %  :.-l2-i4 Bass Produces Yahrzeit Tablets Bass Bulletin Board and Dircc lory Co., 1107 No. Miami Ave.. is manufacturer of bronze Yahrzeit tablets and nameplates. The company also produces outdoor synagogue bulletin boards, hotel lobby announcements and engraved plastic and metal signs, all manufactured on the companj i premises Tablets are made ot the tiuesl bronze and designed with precision craftsmanship, according to the i.mi Tablets hold ion to 200 name plates with an electric bulb on t nch side ol the plate —S.T IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 5498 \ 1.1:1:1: r FARJJI .1! Plaintiff, -i CELIA FARtlfSU, Hefemlaiit SUIT FOR D VORCE Ti >: I'EUA I ARBBR ;.. Vvenue '/. Cr.u.kli 11. New Vork You. 'Bl I v KARBER, are hereby notified that a Bill ..f Complaint lor IHvom hat been filed agalnsl you, .mil .,11 .,1. i.-.|iiii ,1 to aei v a on) of >,.ur Answer or pleading %  • the I in ..f Complain! "i, H"plaintiff Ml. 111. v. 1 li i|,l i.MAN. tKILUHTBIN PACZ1ER, HOI Weal Klaglel Street, Miami, Florida, and rile the ,:,] Answer or Pleading in the ..111 :' ih. Clerk "f the Circuit 1-..in 1 on 01 before the SSnd da) ol June, ii".i If you f.iil to do ao, Judgment b) default will be taken .it.mi \,.;i for iiie rvlief demanded in ili,lull of Complaint, This notice shall be published once w..i, for four consecutive e. kin THE JEWISH II.' >RI1I \^ I MINK \ \; 11 1 IRI lEREI' al Miami, Florida, thlv 15th da) ol May, A l' IV64 I' II I ICATHERMAN Clerk. I %  in. ...-ii i i : ,.i. Count %  .. Floi %  i KITE M< IRFORD 11. put) i "lerk \ v Hill I '.rBIN A PA< 'Z1ER \\ ..ilff %  • This Emblem Identifies Your : Welcome Wagon Sponsors,^ Firms of prestige In the business and civic life of your community. FIRM? INTERESTED IN SPONSORSHIP, PIEASE CALL HI 8-4994



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Page 2-B vJmldhnarldRan Friday, May 29. ig 64 Nat'l Hadassah Executive Visits Florida Region MrGerald P. S(l1 "president [the Florida Region of Hadassah, -aid Wednesdaj thai Mrs. Arthur Rubel, ol New York City, consultant for Integrated activities of Hadassah. "ill Havel throughout the region during the month of May and earl) part "f June Mrs Rubel will help local chapters plan an intensive summer and tall membership campaign in con ction with the region's new slogan "Let's Do More in 'M." conducted two sessions tor Recipients of Sistie Award* at the annual luncheon of Temple Judea Sisterhood are (left to right) Mesdames Sidney Longer, Manuel Serkin. Richard Korwich, Alan Schrcgger, Leo M0 ft IS Members of the Louis Brandeis Women of Miami Beach meet for luncheon and a planning session at Variety Children's Hospital. The group will raise funds for allocation to the new hospital's laboratories now nearing completion. Variety's S2 million construction program will add three wings and 85 patient beds, an expanded out-patient department to serve 50,000 children yearly, and a new recovery room, surgical suites and therapy department. Left to right are the Mesdames Arthur B. Chaplin, Bertha Tepper, William Thierman, Harvey Schuldiner, Lena Yagoda, and Pearl Fine. Menorah Ladies Installation Fete Temple Menorah Sisterhood ins t a 11 a t i o n last week in the Deauville Hotel included a sup Kcpolow. Hvman Belkin, Hany Dubler, Harold Jalier and Melvin Schwartz. Not shown are Mrs. Moit Zimmerman. Mrs. Sidney Deutsch end Mis. Samuel Schulefand. Sistie Awards' At Temple Judea Twelve outstanding women ol Temple Judea Sisterh 1 were hon. red Wednesday at a luncheon in the Temple Reception Hall Mrs Sidney Deutsch received the veted award as "Woman ot the year" i r i tceptii nal -< rvice to T mple through Sisterhoo The annual au ards I im h >n was based i n the "Sistie At Av ards" theme co chaired b> Mrdnej Lai i i an I Mrs : s rhi M 'si es Si Schulefand. Manuel Serkin, llarr> Di bier. Hym n Belkin, Harold Jal ter, Sidi ej Lan ;er Al in S B er. It i c h a i d Horwieh. Le i low, Mori Zimmerman, and Melvin Schwartz were presentc S stie trophies for their oul ing services to Temple Outgoing president. Mrs Frank "iback, honored her Executive Board with corsages Newl ed prcsi lent MrMarvin L< \ in, accepted the presidential introduced the new 1 Board Guests ol honor included Albert Jacobson, Men's Club President Mr. and Mrs Herbert Geli Temple presideni and hiwife, Itabbi Mordcai Podet, and Mrs Al tred Reich, national board mem ber of Temple Sisterhoods She the Miami Chapter on Tuesday .,! the home ol MiLeonard Wolpe, .in San Esteban, (oral Gables and on Thursday, Ma) 21. ai the home ol the Miami Chapler president. MrA E Cohen, 1700 SW 125th Ter Mrs Rubel conducted a io'nl session for the Hollywood and Ft Lauderdalc ( hapters on Monday, May 2r>. and visited Palm Beach in May 27 The Miami Beach Chapter ol Hadassah will be hostess to Mr-. Rubel commencing .'one 2 with a i mbership planning session sche[or that date ai the Algiers I at i" a m Mrs Soltz will conduct the lirst i \, i utivc Boai I m< I I the I'lorida Ri lion during Mi Rubel's .lav on J • Sky a> Hotel, bei -. ith ofticci in al Irom all ovei the -tate. Rubel has been nh the Zioni -t mi irlj i • ii She has >| ed befon h audiences in 10 states, as well ;.in Shanghai, I oi don and Mexico dty. Committi %  in i har ;e ol Mrs Rubel's •• i-ii include Mesdames Barth, Maurice Cahn, I red Ii nas Noi man Meyei 11 roth) Fink, all ol Miami Beach, and tlcsdames A E Cohen, Joseph "GOOD? BUONO? It's mechayehdige!" Chef Boy-Ar-Dee could havo used the Italian superlative, "buonissimo", to describe the flavor of his Marinara Sauce but decided that "mechayehdige" would make you K ""grier for a taste of it. CHEF BOY-AR-DEE* Marinara Sauce Ifi an all purpose sauce for turning ordinary dishes into a feast of real Italian flavor— for fish, stews, omelet, spaghetti, rice and macaroni dishes. Rich puree of tomato, olive oil, onions and herbs, ilowly simmered for perfect taste. Keep plenty on hand. per snack and entertainment. Theme was "Sisterhood Portrait." with Mrs. Al Mechlowitz and Mrs. Leo Sonnenblick serving as co-chairmen. Mrs. Sam Belsky has been reelected president. Other officers ^re Mesdames Lawrence Weston, Leo Gottlieb. Milton Singer. P. M. Pollack. Norman Harrow, vice presidents; Samuel Graham. IrvIng Wechsler. Sam Schiffman, Hyman Bergad. Essie Wolf, secretaries; Hyman Bergad. treasurer; Jack Sperans, parliamentarian; Al Mechlowitz. chaplain; Arthur Jurkowitz. historian. Member* ,.r ih,. board are Me,.m..Mayer Alirnmowlu, i:.i„,,., %  '<• % %  i" i. Mam II. i nii-i, in. Jack Rumtrin. Williiim C'artnt-I, Rita Up>t< in. Sol ivn. Eva Prank, .-""i rrankeJ, Clara Uoldbprg, Leater ( %  oldberK, Joseph Oreenberg, Aaron HarriK, Sam Hohaumtr, ll.i/.l Honor, Hurrj Horowlts, Ann Hyman, JacK It rael. Mevilnmei Herbert Kaplan. Edward Kaurfer. Moves Kay, Edward Klein. Herman Koonerman, Jack Korenblit, Marshall Keatser, Max Kranss, Ben Kroveti, Mae Kunstlich, Hall) Kurman, Pauline Lew, Moi i> Lunch, Mm Hi i Miles, Paul Mill'.III i '"I,Horowltx. Mi 'i i HI. .Prank Nankin. Max Nyer, William Pnulive, Mann,,. He1 '. I nil, i Ring, Ai mm Roseni • i--. Harr.i Rosenfeld, Lillian Roths, .Mid. Isaai Sapeniu-ln, I: [Schwartx, Jack Segal, Abi Keleiofr, Rose sii. \ Insk). 11, n s. hra in Mesdames Irving Solomon, Leo Soniii nbllck, i',l Chapter, is having a paid-up mem bersh'p luncheon at 11 30 a m Tuesday, at the Coral Gables Worn er's Club, 1001 K Ponce de Leon Blvd. A millinery fashion -how pres ented by Ted Peters manager and designer of Jordan Marsh ol Miami French Salon, and modeled by memberol the bowling league, will be presented At the last meeting ol B'nai B'rith Women, the following were elected: Mrs. Sol Greenberg, presi dent; .Mrs. Arthur Rosenik, Mrs Al Bass. Mrs. Sam Magazine, vice presidents; Mr-. Herbert Schur owits, Mrs. Moe Finegold, Mrs Charles Maunsecretaries; MrPaula Winter, treasurer; MrArthur Ras-man. counselor Surgeon to Speak Next Thursday Dr. Waller G Sail will lecture on urology on Thursday, June I, at Washington Fe eral Savings and Loan Association. 1234 Washington Avc The event, scheduled lor 8 p.m will be sponsored by Lebediker Branch el Farband. A question and answer period will follow. The branch celebrated the installation of officers and the |6th anniversarj ol Israel's independ • nee last Saturday at the DiLido Hotel, with representatives ol the Bialik, Ben-Gurion, David Bliss an I i'oale Zion Branches in %  i, *r riG"-o ..! GUARANTEED NON-FATTENING! Newlj elected presideni is J P. Zuckerman Program included Fannie and Mjchl Gibs i Bi yomen, Joyce I *i and i Barretl ..t the piano ^6A ia"tjw^^^of ? Gals On the Go Need Milk Gals 0 n the Go Need Milk Gals On the G o Need Milk Gals On the Go Need Milk Gals On the Go Need Milk k als On the Go Need Milk Gals On the Go Need Milk Gals On the Go Need Milk Gals On the Go Need1 lilk Gals On the Go Need Milk Ga Is On the Go Need Milk Gals On I fc OAHY COUNCIL OF SCUT'



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P=7 2-A -JfmitfntrfiiJr Fridc-,~-y 29, i. ^wr/15 /teafr /HMMTS Mayor High 1 %  tarsi .-rZ It UM E • I i .. %  0 : "e-*-.si Lz--.z~-Z7. Ncrrrsz Rcse.-.krrr-r son :: Mr r:.:: %  'Zr; Roser-jrrcrr.r. ".:-rr. Hrrw.cr. "rurrr.rer z: Zzz.z -•'.:; Her.r.z: %  -: :.::. %  :c .eft ecrr.ee the Rrr.e: Frrr.ily Awr: frr.er: Sc-wrrrarron =cr. ;: Mr. zr.i Mrs :,.--; %  .= Sc .-.-.*.-:.-: %  rr.crr. rr.r ?~ pKczer scr. z: Mr. er.d M's. 5er. "lexer rere.vec -_-.e !=::?: Szzzct rrwrrrd renter Kcre: ex~.er sruder.: zr. 3e"h Dsv:s w=s -river: (ha >w^h E4w*flrtf?i'l .:-.-.:_ ?r^e Pe — .s Loads SuwartBKia fractal :: (he Burecu r: >••._=£-. %  .-_-.;.-. v.-3 rcnc7cr-.il~:e5 the ~v.-rrr. --rjir.eis. Brandeis Zionists Install Officers 1 DiBg the BrandeiSaM .^eart arrant -. %  IMa;. 12. the folio-.. -an-mocisly elect:-.: D MS; \ :ce Herman Ausubel. a*4 Ka-.z. Mas Raskin. Her %  n Frank ,'. iecretar-r recording secretary VrThere?. Aaaaaaf; treasurer. *. r d Bergman termites work 5 Directorinter S %  %  -:. p n HanKafta Lmov. : Maerict Zar r. Ben Zuck %  tsfcj evaatag :ncta<5.dlelighting or ; coned by Carter Breeh. ceie. I :6th birthday. -rxi reports by Maurice Zaretsky and Dr Herman Auubel on general -T progress and the present need for accelerated effortin race of the mouctiag organtxed Arab threat to Israel. year^ound p tr V >ieni tfut A** Le*tGive to the CJA ISRAEL BONOS AJeysAie Frieda*--! Grew I%  Grew* 5 .%  %  %  ... :D Strict 2-. : r; Z strict *— f %  • '.%  i %  %  %  571 Arab Envoys Meet Rusk, LBJ Continued 'ron B ige 'A *er Pitt jet I __.'.-.-.e i-kestand %  kg Egypi seek Saviel White H -. Reedy. however iaerc ecj '.-.a: the -< ; a routine %  at naal t time axo. The Prendeni the rei • .. tan Aaria F :--'-: LOO ••-, FOB BE e %  • S HOMES 'OU VE roiiD IX =:-*, tl • S • III AITMAN IMSUtANCE i IIAl fSTATI 210 tW. St* AVE. •!.. 377-1655 a HtmJlt ImmroBCt el til King's THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED MM to* ITS THRIFT SHOP AH fr f wn ilwt Clolhimxf, Ummt, Di'iA-s, D-OBM ffc. PIUSE CAU US F0 PICK UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7*31 N.W J7t* AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 Clnn Ss'y-r.i INDIAN RIVER ORANGES P-tNt Ot WWTE SCEtHESS GRAPEFRUIT Bushel $495 etwee PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FAfWM Cf HM or m SOUTH %  HfeoVJ J E 721 LINCOLN ROAD""' %  •. • V ) PHo-'e JE 8-074? 1:r.--•: u S Ml MA II OtDCt* PROMPTLT FIUEB 0l)tD-|-SUffD-UA*ArrEEfl ir 1789 BISCAYNE B1VD. FB 4-271" 4-8783 ft AN'JUICE At 'iC> IM 'I "€f£ I AM TO '0 rH 0AI1T Kabbi Joseph E. Kockovsh> ^—* JI 145$ *S MKHICAN AVL. M,^ U By the Sea. By the Sea On fie be"WtuT Ocean, see .7, vf completely renovated flit etc u ::i Cabana Club that awaits you s sum mef. A new scentific fi.tt in both OtympK pools, new ~vi and chaises, a wiener roast each *ee and a cocktail party each r^o r •' %  3a-te 'acuities galore for ail BM fan .. Cakaaas fir ttar persMs S48I May 1st tt Nweaker' st Fir rental iafaraatita, call Kan Boyeff Cataaa Ma a s f i r at JEffenm e mi 4 j % a FAMILY VACATION ADVENTURE IN THE COOL AND SCENIC BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS IN THE LAND OF THE SKY .. ALTITUDE 2 500 FEET OSCEOLA LAKE RESORT HOTEL ON BEAUTIFUL LAKE OSCEOLA HENDERSONVILLE, N C. • "NES* .-.' %  SAWEBiCAN CUISINE CmiOSEN COM^-.tlElT SumVISED AGES 4 --:. 3 ; -Ft£D SWIMMING OOl ANO WAOING POCI l.\Z DANCiNG-ENIEPTAINMENt NIG-\* OOIF SPECIAL ATES-AU SPOtIS • %  .:: AMC .: MIAMI 1 OW \Li:S0 E\T HOME 335 5 W. 12th AVE. LEO ALIEN. B a a H ai Ph. FR MJ7I, Ft 4-5437 Sprcio'.rnq in Care la tht (Herty and Ckraaico' r III 24-Ho-r Nwrtaai Service Special Diets Strictly 0bir< Private *nc Semi-Privat* Rom — Jewish Stye Cookir* INSURANCESENIOR CITIZEN AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE GOOD DRIVERS TO 90 YEARS nCKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 37 N.E. 1>I AVE. Ph. 371-2611 tl funeral I and fittirsftrravll: II mf** rs L'lvt-their per• ntiwi i...making arrangt-ments...eta i ; '' ns HIT.\ in Florida's most beautiM ilwiaJl ill i %  11<,ir : • — tlHiroi:-lilv.\ixTi.' %  nand ly. reliabilitv and in ^a times c riverside memorial chapel, inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS JE 1-1151 • rV.I7th Street. HlfW • !" %  •'! N.E. 19th.\\enue • \W 7-" •'' TOM B.." .s r



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F::.-ay. May 29. 1964 #cw/#> mrrfnfinr Page 11-B 1% First class of confirmands at Temple Beth S .ah are first row (left tn right) Adena Skop. M :helle Stone, Rosalind Markenson. Shirley Hcusman, Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Cantor Her:i K. Gottlieb, Jacguelynn Bask'n, Susan *!::schkowsky. Barbara Abel, Paulette Good sn. Second row (left to right* are Bernard Beth Shirah Installation Set r.io^VnH S'-zam Siael, Daniel Yagoda. Harold Ba=kin. Martin Herman, J. Vvnliam Baros Jr., outgoing chairmen of the TemDle's Advisoiy Couruii, Steven Cohn, I. William Katz, Diane Rosenblatt, Mrs. Bernhardt Chesman, school stp;rvisor. VlOrTlS A. Skop and Cm i lerman K Gottlieb, founders mple Beth Shirah, "ill pro at the third anniversary and • llation dinner dance '" be Satur a>. June 6, al the rera i d< i i" he installed are Da*, id ell, chairman oi the third or> Council. Mr> William r Sisterhood president, ami Westview Guests At Kennel Club mbers of Weatview Country I were quests at a special hut HUM parly in the new Sky m Room at Isadore Hochts i '.. er Kennel Club on Wednesda] .ithe track entered the sec week "i hat promises to be biggest meel in Florida greyl racing history. Westview part) was one of i !•,.: held in the Sky lie ,: tor members ol We ti lubs in the Miami : iday is Bayshore Night. Riv• Country Club will take over %  s Sky Region Room on June I, -z. King's Bay on June 4. parties previously held in oom, first of its kind in gn y d ra ing in the U.S., included .ii honor of the South Florida II :tl SaleManagers' Association. another sponsored by the (i -• >patliic Hospital Cuild of North ni Beacb aa fund-raising af-1 i. :or the Guild's hospital work. e Sky Region Room is reserved exclusively for private parties with in >r more guests. It has its own I..and nuituel windows. ;ind banq facilities are available if dein either buffet or sit-down ( er itj le other highly popular feature lagler's MM.8M worth of new' l. ities is the Hall of Fame Cafe which has been filled virtj to capacity ever) night since' track opened Sherl ut Wei: Brotherhood pi dent ,Vh ; v\ i :i ui cil mi : bers are Dai e Ben ell, chairman; Norman Miller, vice chairman; Abe Smuk ler, treasurer; Sydnej Hausman, ccretary; Marvin Holub, Lee Aer< nson. Wilbur Aaronson, M ir decai Parnes, Jack Somberg, Jack Dolinger, David Steinberg, Mar vin Guberman, Dr. Morn.". 'i k, .1. wdham Baros Jr., Bernard Mandler, Sam Sherman, Morris Herman, Imricb Bichenbaum, Mrs, Marvin Guberman. sisterhood officers include Mrs Win Parker, president; Mrs. David Bendell, Mrs Abe Smukler, Mrs. Harold Brite, Mrs. William Baros. • iis Arnold Lewis, vice pn Idents; Herbert Farbi&h, Mrs. Edwin Steinberg, Mrs Anna id Da> is, secretaries; Mrs Philip Krischer, treasurer Brotherhood officers include pn di %  >'. Shcrburt W ei -. sident, William Parker; treas urer, Wilbur ^aronson; -ccretary i V< • chairman o anniversary dinner dance, v* ill an i um e the ii ner oi the bi I ,' for the year, and Rabbi Skop v ill tuned the honor plaque listing the three out stand rtg leader|or the tir-t three > ears i| service to the Temple Marvin llolub. chairman of the Building and House Committee, will announce plans for the ne educational building to he erected as a second unit on the Templefive acres of land purchased by the Sisterhood OPEN JUNE 21 THROUGH $f% ROSHHASHONAH 9 & YOM KIPPUR* TO SEPT. 17th WITH 2 DELUXE MEALS USIMKL DAVID KONEirS Rcbbi Sfern on TV hi1 Tibor H. Stern, spiritual Beth Jacob Congregation, ird on the "Still Small \ program sponsored by ; Miami Rabbinical AssociSunday at u> a.m., o\ er 7 He will discuss "Education Religious Freedom 5 L. FUUY AIR CONDITIONED I Dietary La*s Strictly Observed CONSTANT RAIIINIUl JUPtRVISION MASHGIACH ON PKIMISE! On the Ocean at 67th Street Miami Beach CALL UN 6-0121 Per Person Double Oceupjncy (35 Rooms) •Hun Holy DiylRitesOnReouel Continental -m Kosher Caterers WIDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Homt, Mall or Synagogue Miami's Only "JIIORW SfcefcsW* %  •stauront Onolity Per %  "•"•*** 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Ph" 226-1744 iNka>Sr.ftIV^SSf 9k FR 4-2655 DAVE BENDELL NOW OPEN ( at 11:30 a.m. DAILY \~ for LUNCH A A I CREAMED CHICKEN A lo King $1 AC II Potato. I.WiJ STUFFED CACBAGi •5T 1 *i-40 BEEF GOULASH Broad Noodles ti QA Froth Voiotablo I.OU I.I.I. llMIII r... ti jBSBm i taw* POT ROAST •1.85 landwichas Staaks, Soups, Iliads Daily Specials Cocktails f CHANDLERS 21st STREET off COLLINS MIAMI BEACH JE 8-OS23 j^2__ KING ARTHUR'S COURT The STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner Beth Shirah Class Confirmed Morris A Skop and Cantor Herman K. Go tlieb c centirma n exen for the lirsl <;.-. %  at 1 emple r< ceni ol ihr class of 19 : i lass presidi ut, H rold Marc (.i-.. en Cohn, K Diane R b ,.ti. Adena Skop, Mn hel e Stone, R ;alind Mi rki nson, Shialey Haus man, Jacquelynn Baskin, Susan Masrhkowski, Barbara Abel, and faullette Ann Goodman Accepting the class gift to the Temple of a ceramic outdoor patio set inscribed "Class oi i%4." .*J. William Baros Jr., outgoing chairman of the advisory council of the Temple. Gift Bibles were presented by Pernard Friedland, chairman of the Education Committee, and awarding ihe diplomas was Mrs Bernhardt Chesman, school super\ isor Closing Exercises At Temple Z5on On Sunday morning, ;i t 10 Temple Zion Religious Scho >l will held its closing i xen i rill pres -'< %  %  to the students by Benjamin Udoff, education director. Special addresses will be given b) Rabbi Allied Waxman and Hv man Potash, president of Temple Zion. Tilereth Israel Service Temple Tiltreth Israel will honor all graduates during Fridaj Bi services I bbi Henrj B W will officiate The Sisterhood r the ineg Shabbal Sndian Lake Camp to Open For 41st Season Founded in 1924 bj the Lehnr i femily, Indian Lake Camp is cepting campers, (> to 16. for iu u>t Beason. Located on a half wooded 13dacre tract in the Pocono Mountains of Eastern Pennsylvania. Indian Lake is 10 miles from the Delaware Water Cap and 100 miles from both New York City and Philadelphia. Co-directors Fred Lehman and William Braverman have planned i summer program which include. a large variety ol land and water sports, featuring water skiing and Red Cns instruction and testing, cami craft, hikin | trips, natur %  study, arts and crafts and b til I and modern dancing for the girla. Stafl members arc selected from students and teachers at colleges and hools in the Mid le Atlanti • other areas Campers are drawn from Philadelphia. New York, Washington and other East Coast cities Further information can be had from Mrs Bobbe • la -ner. mother of two ILC campers. She lives at 900 Bay Dr. THE LERNERS Catering for All Occasions Established in 1945 WWCAM DINING 1E1-3M7 MIAMI FACIUTIES BEACH FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. "Restaurant L 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. fOR BtAUTIfUtir CATERED AffAiRS CRYSTAL ROOM of the L0MBARDY HOTEL ^tVIMsfX TWa CATERERS Coll Mr. Weiss UN 6-6226 If No Answor Call UN 6-5278 -* II BATI'KKO SPANISH RESTAURANT Specialty of the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA" OPEN 11 A.M Til 10 P.M. DAILY 2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone NE 3-9496 ROYAL HUNGARIANS RESTAURANT 731 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone JE 8-5401 NOW BOOKING fOR THE SUMMER MONTHS Elegant Catering tor Bar Milzvaht, Weddings, and all Social functions



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iday. May 29. 1964 Jp*7c#< flrrSrn^n Page 15A LEGAL NOTICE k. TUF CIRCUIT rnuBT or THE |\M JL'DICAL CIRCUIT IN AND U-OAOf COUNTY. FLOR.DA. No 64C 5022 I SIANCO. SCO Inn" UK HI VNCO \ %  \ v fork iKK HKUKBV notified thai %  Hlvorce has been :M..I ,' n ,| you are hereby re| ... i iP) ul yotti anaw. %  iinl on iiii'ii imffIH 111 R W K UllJCK, V W 1 till StH l nd rile the ui itlnal %  in I he "fill, if thi mil .III,lii l;ll i-clllt County, Florida on tli da) "f .In".-, "'i h ihi l'oni|ilalnl will I .-. >i b\ -. ou. Hi rlaj ..i May, 1984 VTMBRM VN uf I c ii-iiiii i •niirl I' I' i • I' 1:1. \M i I •. ,. it} i l.-rk I _':'-."' rDfiyeiw LEGAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD n%  RCl'iT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL DADE COUNTY, FLA. IN CHANCERY No 64C 401 < DAVISoN. %  %  | i' DAVISON. %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION H.FRED C DAVISON, Ri -I• n are no( Ifl. .i to %  i e I on .insw n to I i|voi re I .IU.I n-t you nil Plalnii !•:• IRI IE NK 'IIii. AS'. \ w i .'ill \\.. Miami, Fla and i i i. %  k of Hiii -.. HI June Mh 1964, oth< rwlac 'I b. ronfi seed by you, %  Maj ".. INI. '• ii I.I:.\ riiKRM w "So I'll come down a few cents on my salami, Sarah, and then watch 'em run for cover!" Coor. 1964. Doynu f.odutl : ot NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA :N RNDWOR^DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERC No. 64C 5193 '•I.A 8HIPP. Plaintiff. \ -. EDDIE LKF SHUT. Def< niliinl. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti i EDI 'IE LEE KHll'l' 1 1.".| B. 1".111 Sir. el LonR K .!• h| ',lllf"l ll.l Vim. I -: i %  i .• ... sin,.]., .it. herfh) notified thai .1 Hill ,.f t'ontplalnt for Divorce hai been riled against you, and .Mm are required to nerve .1 copy uf >i .11 1 An-v.. r or 1 'leading to the Kill of Complain! an the Plaintiff • attorne), Alnsli .• 1: i-\ dli Suite 202-204. 2313 K.W. LeJettna Road, Coral 1; bli -. Florida 3 I I 14 and rile glnal Answer or Pleading in the office ol hi 1 ii k of the I '"""ii "i 'fore iii. lath day 01 June, 1984. 11 yifti fail to do BO, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Kill of < 'ompl ilnt. Tins notice shall !"• publish) .1 om e %  .nli week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH l-'l.' iKIHIAX. IMINK AMI ORDERED at Miami, Florida, tin>iii da) ..1 Ma) .. l> 1 :••-. K K LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, 1 >aoe 1 'ount). r lorids lai ul) B) 1.. s. 1 '.1 'letru Deputy Clerk AINSLEE R. 1 ,-.m>ii: Suite J";'-l. mi SAW LeJeune Rd. Coral Gable*, ;-'i.i — i'ii. 448-2618 Attoi n. > ror Plulatlff %  '. I5-22-2S 1 if the Clrcull Court. P.> : C P 11 ipBLAND Deputy 1 %  • %  8-l.i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HKRKIIY GIVEN thai ng i" III:.I-. undi 1 he fi. 1 lllous name of I M: ("ERA Mk's :•< : Ha) %  \S :it. Til. Miami B, ni Ii FlorI ida to n ulster said name a Ith • %  1 • ''.II %  • ... I'lorlda. uot ,si: p MAIN Hola • "a 11. %  \ Ibert, Wi s a1.' ona fOI Ippllcanl >v.-t 1 ...;.;. r Street i.,.1 Ida %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ni: is IIKIM'I'V ntvw" • ••• %  • in 11. .1 desiring to engage In 111.— .ll'l";the I I. I, .1 >,.." I v. • 1 ; u •'. 111. r The Weddini Li. r ••! M.iini; Thi Weddlnn Cen,: Oables; i'ii.Wedding .1., The w adding •'••nlireat, r Miami aj Ml 1 Coral \i .,in,. KI.II Ida Intends to ragf -. .1 n.,in. nil iiu1 "i.i K ,.f the 1 '11 111 1.1 1 lade 1 'ount;. H.n Ida .1 VHI \N EltEEFIELJJ i iwner S 1-15 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDV IN PROBATE No. 6308 1 Judge Clark) IN RE IM.,1. of JOHN BltKN'K > -' .1 k 1 JOHN IIHENi S I %  %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AM 1 1. ill • llavCla n.'i Drill imls \-.i.-1 Said Bstati V.. M ire hi %  • %  • notified and reguli ,1 in I.I >eni an) %  1 lm and deiiiiuiilIn. Ii you nui) ha %  Ihi ti ate ol JOHN SRENK \Ci> .1 k .1 Ji iHN BRKNC VS rli .,-. .1 !. 1 Dude County, Ploilda, %  the I'otinty I,.,I_, .... i and file il>-same 111 duplk Hi and n* i" i' •' In Section JJ3.18, Florida Statutes, In th. 1 nffli • In ih. Co llHntaa in Dade Cnfintv, Fiorlda, within six • al. miar months 1 om the tins* of ni. rirst publication hereof, or the sain, will be bai 'I 1 .. %  .1 .it Miami, Plae ila, 'his SIM I \|.iil. A.I'. IF64. MALCOLM II ri'.lKDMAN \m ^dminlatl ator lr-t publication of this notice on the -1I1 ila) "' M >. ''••''• MAI.I.II.M i• 1111-: I >M \N. attorney %  .Mi S.-. urit) Trual B!dg. -. ir.-2i-2 F 1 iTK %  r. NOTICE UNDER CTITIOIJS NAME LAW 1: IS HKKKIlV QIVKN that nigned desirinc to engage in un.l. r ihc fictitious iiunKof \Y SERVICE KlltK.W at .. North Miami Ranch, • %  iiin 1. giati r aald name 1'.. ;, of the Cln : 1 • t Court '•nui v. Kim Ida I' 'UN I" KKK'.AN" Sole • tm nor !•!• Box MS Mi 1 Beach. Fl.Tida 1-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY OIVFJN thai LII. -i .1. -:'ina to • ngage In thi fli tiiii.nname of %  "AN u IN 1" i\\ i'< iMI'ANY .11 N VV !0th I'l.nrt, Of.i -I.... ka '. %  %  1. giater said 111 m< DI HICircuit Courl inty, Florida. C\Rol. i; SHKfl'ARB KNK \. F*EROUON p< '! II \.;I:N 1 \..i. 1 lean win.low 15-2!-!! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai the undersigned desiring i" engagi I" 1,ii-ii'.-under the fictitious name 'f ACE BKAl'TY Sl'l'l-I.IKS at UM K.B. Iard Street, No. Miami Beach Intends t" register s;.i.i name ith the Clark ••! the Cln ill Court of Ud Count). Florida. MS KKAl TV A HAltitKIt sri 1'i.v co., INC. S/l-28-3. •"• %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th< undersigned deali Ing t>. 1 n| business undei I hi fictitious name of srnKsii'i: 'iri.F SERVICE STATloN .it 1401 Harding \\.-. I in. I.I:.. register said name. with the '!• ik Ihi 1' 1. i.t '""M ..I 1 ',1,1. County, Floi i'la. WALTER Ml ROFP ."1 •> r. .--.'. NOT'CE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LEvl NTH JUDICI Al CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No 64C 5077 il sKIDEMANN, •f. \ I i' .M \N\, I .111. SUIT FOR DIVORCE DEM v.NN \i m> II I • Street New T >rk • Ii nil are hi 1 %  %  n filed uB.iin-t > 0 I, % %  ,.. .. % %  ..1 Pleaidlng t" the on me plaintiff's n UBS, IliilMA.N ,v K.\r.W 1-1 Street, Miami, file the original vnswer 1 he offloe of ill.Clerk beiore the 1964 if you fail to • "t b) .i.-Uuit win ha I 1 : %  11 th relief deIttU ..1 Complauil • hall 1.. |i ibi -'...1 %  n. •• IMF. .i|..u in H KlxmiM \N v ^ "I:IM:I:I:I. al .Miami, > May, A. 11. HERMAN. Clerk l>adi C inty. Florida B) Marguerite M.nford it Street ds PkUntUI /-IJ-JJ-2 CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4984 UENK M M: I IN BENNETT, r TI iff. PEARL BENNETT, 1 >. 1. ndanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION V"l. PEARL BF:NNBTT, ,1. 11. pnkonu n, ore notified I ., cop) ,1 nj auswei lo Dlvn • -..1111.1.11111 i'ii. .1 against s "l.-. 1 u%  •• • %  attorm y, BEoRtSE Sl-.'HULAIs ..t; N w l-'iii \• %  M '"'' %  and with 1 let k i.< Ihls %  HI ,.11 or before Jun. -'. • %  %  : >" rw — •. 1111 -1 nut ill 1 '• %  'I I') > OU. DATHU Ma) •. 1: B LEATIIKRM VN 1 'l.-ik .if Ihe '".T.-i'i: Cn ;i:>'.r IXtl'ELAND Deputy 1 erk %  LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS 111:1; 1:1 %  • v OVK.N thai *ti t iin.i.-i -tun. -I, desiring 1 _.i^. In 1.1-111.-inder Ihe rictltious name of w 1 .i.i11: s 11 10 N.FI Stri .t. North M Ian 1 1 : .i h F1. rlda nti nda |,i r, isi-'. 1 • 1 'I. ik • rthe 1 Ircull 1 "oui t -t 1 • %  < % % %  > "ount), 1 ......1., BIHR, INC IRVING CYPKN UK' OFFICES Uta 11. or 1 d r, Iiu'. .; > r God e) Road Florida 1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60706-C IN 1:1: Estate • f K'-.: Si 'SKIN le.-. .1 Hi .1. NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NI 1 TH'i: bun b) given thai 1 havs riled ni> Final Report and P. for 1 nii iliiiiii.n and F'lpal Discharge .1Administrator "f the • -tat. "t ROSE s.'SKl.N. deceased; and that ,.n the 1 'ih day of June, :'"'.. "ill 'apply to the 11 r.iiil.Count) Judge* %  ..f Bade County, Florida, foi approval ..f -mil P*lnal Report and foi .iitrl1..ni..n and final discharge aa Adminlatrator of the eatate of the abovenamed decedent. This Itth day of May. l!-6i JOSH REPHI'N administrator I ii.sil REPHCN Attorney !jT" VTaahlngton Ave. Miami Beach, Floi Ida :. IS-21-29, 6 3 IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62709 -B IN RE: Estate "f DAVID PHILLIPS 1., .-.-r-. d. NOTICE OF PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO M.i. PERSONS INTERESTED IN THI: !>TATI-: OF SAID DECEDENT Yi.ii ..!-.hereby notified thai .1 written Instrument purporting t<> be the la.-t ill and testament ol -.-.i.i decedent in.been admitted to probate In -,,.,1 Court. You are hereby commanded within six calendar months from ii'.date of the first publication • %  I ibi.11 ippear m said Court and shoe cause, if :.n> you can, "Ii* : i ,, aetlon uf said Court in admitting -mil will 10 probate should n.-t stand i-.r.\ oked, I-RANK K. IX IW1 IN'! % %  T,-y Judge Hi Mi II. 1 1' 1 Hi k, i'l." k lea I Ion uf tlii notk on i:.tli ilaj ..f May. 1961 IRVING i'\ PEN 1. AW OFFICE8 Mlii II. •> -:". \rlli r %  iial T. v rW., Miami K. a. Il, F1 Ida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS lli.i:i:i:v GIVEN Hi it Ihe undersigned, dealrlns. t" engage iii l.u>in. .under the fictitious name of MIM-AIAI; r ;,i :. > Highuay, Kendall, l-'ia Intends t" -.11.1 naiii. with the Clerk ..t iii. "In nit 1 ..in 1 ..1 1 lade Count) Florid 1 .-' 'i ril 1 '\ 1 >E :': %  11 "i:i;Y CORP MARVIN I wil'NKlt Attorne) foi tpVllcant I lisle) Bldg. %  12 -is NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICJJ is HF:RF;HY KIVEN that ill,undersigned, desiring to em bunlnesa under the fictitious natre ..1 MF:DICI sii' 'i: C< IRP HI 592 w. ."•;li Stre. t. HI11I1 ah IT. 1. nils I. i-t.i -.1 i.l name with the Clerk of the Clrcull Court of Dade County, Florida. AKIKKKA.N Sill IK CORP, A New Vork Corp. Authorised to du BUHin.-si. 11 M VR\ IN I WEINER All,|.. ..nit ..;.; Altisle) Bldg. :, is NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NA:.lb LAW Ni 'T'l.'i: is 111:1:1.1. v mi I;N that ih.undersigned, desiring :•• engage In bualness under the rictltious name ..1 BONDED K\Ti-:i:i'i:isi:.ui 1 N.W ^tIi Street, Miami Intends lo reglstei said num.i\ iih the L"li I k ol ;ii. Clrcull Courl of Dade Count), F'lorlou. BERTA MAE Nl >RMAN Soli 1 >w in 1 :. 22-29, • %  i-12 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 5433 ANGELA ROSA REIN A DE LOERO. Plaintiff, -IS.I.CIS ANTONIO l.i'Ki:'! AIUSMBNDI. 1 i.-f, ndanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I'll: I.IIS ANTONIO I.OKKII ARISMENDI FMIficio Sulelka Avenlda da las Daliciaa I'rimer tranto, Apt. 7 t'aracaa, Veneauela YOB ARE HEREHY notified thai ;. Complaint for IMvorce has been 1 ii. .1 agalnal you, and you are hi 1 • b) required t" serve a copy ..f your 11 swer t.. the Complaint .. the I'lamtlffs attorney, I.KSTKI; ROOEKK whose address is 9L'1 N W. itth Street, Miami, Florida, and file the riglnal "i the Ansn • r In ihe nl flee of the Clerk of the Eleventh JTRhcial Clrcull in and for IHtde County. Flori.ia, on ..1 befon the !9th da) nl .inn.. 19(4, in default ..f which the 1 -..mi.1. .nit will be taken as confeaa. .1 Ii\' \ mi DATED this 1 -itIi day ..f May. 1984 B, B. l.l-.ATMIKMA.N Clerk "f the Circuit Court B) C. r %  "I'I:I.A.NH Demit) Clerk ."> 22 19 % %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 623'3-A IN RE Ml 'i.I.Ii: EISNER I v. 1 NOTICE OF PROBATE THI: ST M'K "i 1 i."KH'V ,., 1% TO AI.I. i'i:usi'NIN 11:1:1 Till-: RST VI 1" OK l*AIH I 'I CEDEN I You are hi a written in1 run il put 1 %  itnm to hi thi utsl w ill and tests Id d. • • 1.-111 has been to probate in I mended within in..,1 th. .1 ,t.if • first u iblli atlon 1 '..nit in. wh> %  > ,1.1 ui to ;...' %  I stand nui evol th, -Hi ,1 i\ of M.i \\ 1-BI.VNTO LoiS II. IRVING CYPEN 1. \ \\ **r I' B attorney thur G Ifn Mi.mil K.-.i. h, r IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63102 IN i:i-: >'•-'-' \\ II. 1. IK C< K i \\ 11.1.11: '" ft'.C.) 1:1.1.1s. NOT.CE TO CREDITORS |.. M.I, i-ltKIH I'.'IIS \NI' M.I. iNS HAVING 'I. M Ms I IR I >E\i \NI 'vil tINST MO ISI'A ri: y OH 1 notll led and re' any claims and dew hi. ii • 'I ma) hav • • w : l.l.IK COOK iWII.IE C.) (W.C.I ELLIS, de. .as. I late .,, cumfa : 1 County, North int) Judgi 1 1' ide 1 file the same in dupli..I. il in Si. 1 Ion In iii' hill! HI II! 1 ,j |.-|,. 1 1 K culi ndar n from II ih. 'if-' 1 %  • > A ill be ba '..inn, Dade County, Florida, ihls 1 da) ol Ma) A I • M \RJORIE DAVIS 1:1.1 |tj .\M-.;;|I M KWKRPLIN • n .,1 ihi• II NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .• undersigned, deslrlna to engage hnslni •under the fictitious name Nl IRWICH F5GG C< 'MI'A N 1 uan Court, Miami Beech, Intends .. r 1 i.l nami with I he 1 'lerk ihe .'ii.nil Court of Dadi Coun. 1 1.,1 i.i.. VNNA III..U' ;, J2-JJ .; '. 1 _' ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jewist Fkridliaw solicits your legal notice*. Wo appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial H MWQ5 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Cr FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4329 .1. I. KISI.AK M" IRTGAGE CORPORATION UF I LORIPA Plaintiff, .iKKAI.I' It WILLIAMS, el ux, 11.-l,nil.Hit NOTICE OF SUIT I'. 1 Rita M. Williams ::: Fourth Street Lowell, Massachusetts V.,11 are hereby notified thai ,ii,..\ .• t-api • .1 action has b< 1 n 1 .-1 it in. il against you in thi Court of the nib Judicial Clrcull Florida in and f..i Dade Counts foreclos. .1 mortgage upon thi folio mi: .1, -. 1 1.. .1 i eal propert) l..,i ; Block 1 ..r TAYLOR M \N' HCCOI ding t.. the Plal thereof, ., orded In Hal Book >( ..1 l"aiv oi the Public Records of Da Count F loi Ida. Y..11 ure required to file your •' -w.i io plaintiff's c plaint with 1 Clerk ..f th.aforesaid Court, .. -ni. .1 op) thei .-..f upon i.i.iintif attorn, j M VRTIN PINE, 1 Ith Flo. I de 1 •' %  di ral Building, Miami 1 11..t lati than luni '•". 19 :, Deere. Pro Confi --•> ill be • .1 AJ..I .11-1 ..11 DATED Ma) --'. II I.EATHERJI \N I. 1 k ..1 the On nit i '"Ui t (Heal) B '' I' '•' 'I'd. VNP Deputy Oi ik \l VRT1N F'lNK Attorney for llalntlff 1 lib 1 loor Dade F'eileml Bldg. M am 12 Floi da :. •.'•-. .'. r.-is NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN il [th* nn.i. 1--• • .1. desiring to engage I business under the fictitious name DIRECT DISCOUNT IMPORTS at 1 K i-*i. .ti. 1 Street, Miami Intends register wii.l nnnii with the Clerk the < 11. nit Court of Dade 1 '••tin Florida DON IVER >N :. -.• %  :-:"'. 6/5NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th the undersigned, desiring t" engage business under the fictitious name THE I'M 1. M'T'S at ii"l MareeM. Drive, Miami Beach, Fla., Intends '• said name with the Clerk i-ii,nit Court "f Dade Count Florida. I'M I. KW ITNEY, Si.l.Owner :. L'!', ft ".-1!IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR" r IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61777C I IN RE Estate of 11.1 >Ri .1: P. SP1CZAK I it-ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All creditors ami AH Persons Ha ing Claims or Demands Against S 1 ..-I i.i.. v..., .11. heretiy notified and r • niii.-.i to 1 n t an) claims and d in. in. 1which .'..11 ma) have .man the •-1 '' Georgi P Spicaan deceased in.of .-.-ik County, niiti'.i ti. the Count) Judg. of l lade Com I. ., .i ti-. ihe same in duplicate nt B provided In s. ti,.n 7:U.1K. F"lori-Stat'ites. in their offices in the Coin tv Courthouse In Dade Countv r nia, within six calendar months fro i mi. oi im1 -1 publication ban .( ... th. ,..-, a .11 be barn •! Dated al Miami. Florida, thi* 11 ; May, AD. 1964. 1-1 ETHEL MALI v\n. lltary Hxecutt Is i-1 ITt publication "f this notice •1.. Ktl da) of May, 19641 RICHARD A Ni:i.SiX. KSQS Mi.-in. 1..1 ViK-illar) Executrix R..ad Miami Beach, Florida NOT'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAht" LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN %  Ins tn ngagi In hnslni -mi. i. r Ihe flct lions name .-i IN 11:1: WIA EXPORT AND IMP! iH I ,-, .. ,,t M01 S u lT:h sir.. 1. Miami. Florida intenda to said nan • %  with the Clerk of the Cln nit Court ..1 I>I.I.' County, l-'l" PL.OR1DA l'HYsl.'IANS SUPPLYINTERN \Tl"VAl. IMVISION INC 1 1 1 la. '' %  •rp 1 SOll 'NV II' I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVI S tl il Hi. underslgneil, 1 111, of R. 'Y M. ISI.I: \ PAR I'M' N 1 ni :••"". 1:1,-1 1 >• v. 11 11 ;.. % %  • Island, N. I HI Bay Intend to regi-ti i name w IT II ih.' < 'l.-rk of the I i lUI t of 1 ....a 1 'ount). Floi Ida HYMAN KIRSNER ll> V KIRSN i.K I.EEF t \ N K 1 s liyman ft Id 5/8-13 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFl.OR'DA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 8464 II'.I-'l-M.XN INTI.K.N VTIONAL. .-. >iti'i >it \ in iN, .. Delaware .. %  r.it Ion, Plaintiff, II.. !••: M \N MACHINERY D1STR1I1PTi RS OK 11 IIUPA, INC .1 Florida pnration, and Cl iRSIN I \ M.l'KS, Jointl) .m.i 1.1 severally, I >. f. 11 lanl. NOTICE OF SALE N. ITH-I: IS HEREBV '!l\ BN purauanl to the Amended Final 1'oi Fi : -. i. -in. <>f condition -.1 Ii ttati -I March iii. ii". I ni -. 1 i.. T he high. -1 and bld.l. 1 cash nt thi S..111I1 frvi ol |he 1 '.1.1. 1 'ount) Courtho 11 M .ill .. ,|... k \ \ ..11 the loth .lav of June. 1964, tl i ert) I Init. n 3 h 1 I bollei 119 1 Hoffman 1 onve: re S42 I .-r _• %  Sew Ins Macl ni l! 8 %  \ \\ I ghth A. .mi I ';.t. .1 .,1 Miami. I I.. 1 Ida Ihls M da) ..1 May, 1964 \i \\ SILVER, S". lal Maati 1 %  "7 \ lilim; 1. Kl i.i



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Friday. May 29. 1964 *>Jmtstl ThrirHtr Page 7-B ...eces, except lor the head table, which featured i boughten" one From Miami Beach eame Mrs Harold Spaet to install the new president, Mrs. Sj Lawrence, and her officers all in rhyme u. h her were lira. Alex Gordon, lookmy like a upeppermint slick, all in pink and white. Mrs .lames Abramscn lovely in olive green. Vmong Ihe guests watching the Pandoras Box report of the outgoing president. Mrs. Norman ["odd were Mrs. Abraham Booxbaum and her daughter, Mrs Nathan Seiden. Mrs. Celia Schwartz and her daughter, Mrs. Marvin Zank, Mrs George Simon and her mother. Mrs. Rose Boshnack, Mrs Philip Schiff and her mother. Mrs. David Goldberg, HW. Irving Wcxler. Mrs. Dory Auerbach, Mrs. Morton Fellman and that vetMUM campaigner, Mollie (Mrs. Meyer) Brilliant, in a red dress as brilliant as her name. THEY'RE GONNA BE MARRIED Huge ice names of Mona and Roy dominated the hors d'ocuvrcs table at the Hollywood Beach Motel when Bess and Louis Glasser honored their daughter, Mona. and her fiance. Roy Byron Cohen, at a cocktail dinner dance. Mona, in a long blue gown, and her twin sister. Sonny, were the center of an adorable group of their contemporaries Gladys (Mrs. Sol) Cohen's mother used to live here, and was instrumental in starting the Braille project for National Council of Jewish Women. She was chatting with some of her old friends, Adele and Robert Mann, Betty and Leopold Schwartz and Miriam and William Weinii. mh. In the dining room, the round tables with their spectacular floral treelike fresh flower centerpuces were in gold and blue. Among guests were Dotty and U>on Kaplan. Esther and Carl Weinkle, Pollv and Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Bea and Sam Blank. Winnie and Leo Chaiken. and Irene and MUX Cogen. Hose Kogan and her husband. Alex, were (long a mean cha-cha and Gcrn Lou (Mrs, Benedict' Silverman, who was twisting with her dad. Joe Rose, thought it wonderful for Bess to have such a gorgeous party on that particular day. It was her birthday! Bcas'a lather and mother. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Segal, were dancing too. The guest register, which will bring back such happy memories, was taken care of by three adorable youngsters. Linda. Debra and Lori Joy Hodges, nieces of the bride-to-be. • %  A FAIR ISA FAIR ISA FAIR Esther and Carl Weinkle went to Philadelphia to spend a couple of weeks with their daughter. Entice. Then on to New York for a quick look see at the Worlds' Fair. They've been to the one in Chicago and Brussels, so this was a "must." Included among shows they saw was "How to Succeed in Business Without Trying.'' FISHING? It was a fun weekend in Lucaya for Marian and her husband. Dr. Stanley Frehling. They were celebrating their 24th wedding anniversary. To help them celebrate were Marian's parents. Bea and Sam Blank. Bea had a beautiful sun tan Seated at the long dinner table admiring and eating the huge anniversary cake were Marjorie and Leonard Wein and their children. Mr and Mrs. Larry Porter and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bauman. Mr. and Mrs. Handel Zaban. Mr and Mrs. Ben Gaines. Mr and Mrs. Max OrovitX, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Manson and Mr. and MrJoe Schwartz from Boston were there. too. WHAT A SPOT! One woman at a table with twenty nine men' There she was. Grace (Mrs. B. B.) Goldstein, at the head table the night of the banquet of the Linen Supply Association of America. More spots like this, and it wouldn't be so hard to get chairmen. FRANCES LEHMAN Technion Picks Mrs. Fellman for Second Term Mrs. Morton R Fellman. assutnd the reins last week for the second >ear as founder president of he American Technion Society, south Dade Chapter. Women's Div -ion, at an installation luncheon • King's Bay Yacht and Country lub. Mrs Fellman. who majored in I on design at the Fashion InHemophilia Auxiliary Luncheon meeting of the Great Miami Hemophilia Auxiliary Miami Beach is slated for irsday, June 4. at 1230 p.m. stitute of Technology in New York City, has performed in skits and modeled in fashion shows here. Mrs. Fellman is an active guide at the \ izcaya Museum and has just been elected to the Board of Directors of the Federation of Jewish Women Mr Fellman is a local consulting engineer and inventor. The couple have four children, Barry 10. Shell 8. Leali 7. and Seth 4'. The Women's Division ia nan fund-raising group in which mem bers' dues support student scholarships at Technion in Haifa, Israel. vffnef The ultimate compliment to your guests—an invitation to have your function catered by Fontainebleau experts... with the finest cuisine, beverages and service worthy of the world's most beautiful hotel. BANQUETS • WEDDINGS RECEPTIONS Also availabls Kosher catering and personalised Fontainebleau catering at your horns CALl BANQUUET DEPARTMENT JEfferson 8-8811 %  AN XY BCT • *tr*tti trtmc*' MRS. MORTON HUMAN Women's League In Contribution To Academy At the close of the conference of the Florida Branch of National Women's Lea sue, Mrs Arthur .' Brown, chairman, announced that %  contribution will be presented to the Hebrew Academy in honor of Sol Wei-s. owner of Sandell Kosher Catering, who donated his time and efforts to provide kosher meals at the recenf conference held May 11 to 13 at the Hollywood Beach Hotel. Among guests who attended the conference were Rabbis Mayer Abramowitz. Temple Menorah; Samuel April. Temple Or Olom: Simon April. Beth Mosiie; Hershel Brooks. Temple Zamora; Max A. Lipschitz. Temple Beth Toran: Morton Malavsky. Temple Beth Sholem. Hollywood: Harold Rich ter, B'nai Raphael. David Shapiro. Temple Sinai. 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Frk ..-.-. May 29. 1964 +Jmiis9i fhrMian Paqe 9-A 5ov McXeldin Will Speak at Tribute To Rabbi Schiff ; Hi, v R. McKcldin. of jrv n 11,lor ol theAiiii-r ',„' j.'i Palestine Commit. [01 a II : presidenl of the I nil rence Of Christians will make a major pol,the Beth El-Israel Tribute on Ma) :;i at %  ille Hotel. S non Schiff, immo[l i; i -. lent of the Greatnical Association, ted the State oi • m Award at the will climax the celebration ol Ii miversarj ot state \ nored guests at the will be i S. ii'i> I ;>, C:-vdered one of the nation's [i ost orators and a longtime cha-rpion of Israel, Gov. Me-H* BARNETT'S OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT N c Slt. STStlT-Ml.ml '408 WASHINGTON AVE -Ml 'i4 Hi 1,11inwi wiiii V. AlENCIA-Corl G*bUt Telephone PL 4-34S7 WvWVWWWWvVWWVWWVj %  >www Let us finance your new carat low hank rate of 4Va% | ,N%W\\VVWkVvVVVVVVVVVVVVVV> JEFFERSON/ D NATIONAL ^V BANK UK MIAMI BBACH 301••'•t STREET (Artfew 0*ft MS vmtm 0riH Phon jei s s p —" a-*"**-' %  ,.. mm Yes! We Have Our Own New Roof Truss Plant! Order Your Roof Trusses With Your Other Materials From R-B-C... • Our Roof Truss Plant Uses Modern, Improved Methods. Your Nearby R-B-C Yard Will Gladly Furnish Estimates. If You Prefer, Our Representative Will Visit You. In Ordering Roof Trusses from R-B-C, You Secure Trusses From The Same Source as Your Other Construction Materials. Saves You Time in Filling Your Needs. With an R-B-C Charge Account, Your Roof Trusses Will Be Billed at End-of-Month With Your Other Materials. Eliminates "Bills From All Directions." Saves You Bookkeeping Headaches. CUT YOUR COSTS WITH ROOF TRUSSES FROM R-B-C! i Mlirhfl:WHi'N!WU LUMBER & SUPPLY CO 75 Yards To Serve You ft. Pierce to Key West!



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Friday. May 29. 1964 +Jmisti rtcrldlan Page 11-A Give Them Tools to Build Israel through At vocational training centers and educational institu'.ions throughout Israel particularly, in new towns established as development areas young people and adults are learning manual skills, studying new techniques, to support themselves and help build Israel into a self-sufficient. I losperous nation. Through CARE, you can send the tools they need :o do the job work and training tools for craftsmen; technical books to -orve as tools of education in such fields as mining, engineerinq, and ijnculture. CARE's Self-Help gifts for Israel are chosen in cooperation with Israel: Government officials, who recomend receipient institutions and groups CARE applies your contribution to meet reauests ranging from S20 tool kit packages for electricians, metal-workers or woodworkers to special purchases of machinery and new books totalling thousands of dollars You cannot name specific recipients, but the tools and books you provide are your personal messengers of goodwill CARE makes delivery ir your name, reports to you on how your money was used! Send Your Personal Gift of Help and Hope to Israel... A GIFT OF FOOD IS ALWAYS WELCOME For relatives and friends in Israel, or ior those who need a friend. CARE's food packages are a source of strength and comfort. Choose from two kosher food assortments: a S10 Israel Standard Food Package, or a larger $18.25 Family Food Package. No taxes or duty charges, and CARE guarantees delivery in your name! So many like him are hungry A bowl of rice, a lunch of bread and milk, are a feast to millions of children. More than hall the people in the world do not have enough to eat. We have such plenty to share From our farm abundance the U.S. Government gives CARE milk powder, flour, corn meal. Then, to help even more, CARE buys other foods to match the various needs of hungry people in other lands. Almost from the start of the Jewish nation — since April. 1949, when CARE opened its mission in Israel — Americans have been sending CARE girts to relatives and friends, to families and groups who need a friend to help them in the task of establishing a new. free homeland. And from the earliest years oi rigid rationing. CARE's food packages have been the mainstay for tens oi thousands oi Israelis — packages you cannot match ior value if you bought, packed and mailed your own tood selections. Just use the coupon to speed your gifts on their way! Your dollars do so much ... Send as many as yoo can CARE-Israel Program 660 First Avenue, New York, NY. 10016 Here is $ for: Self-Help Tools and Books for Israel. Israel Family Food Packages to) $18.25 Israel Standard Food Packages 0 $10.00 From: Food Packages to be delivered to: THIS AD IS SPONSORED BY Make checks payable to CARE. Self-Help and undesignated food package contributions are deductible for Federal income tax purposes. SHELL CITY MR. AND MRS. HERMAN M. SCHWARTZ SARAH CZECH MR. AND MRS. LOUIS B. RUDNICK TESSIE LITT FRYD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 533 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach, florid* LITTLE RIVER BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 8017 NE Second Avanua, Miami. Florida Established 126 J^mes G Garner Chairman of ihe Board and President R.thaid C. Boggs, Executive Vice President and Trust Officer GREATER MIAMI FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 101 S.E. 2nd Avanua. Miami Robert AA Morgan. President CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION C\ l. Clements Jr., President FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. OF MIAMI 101 NE. First Avnu* Paul H. Marks. President YALE OGRON MANUFACTURING CO. Aluminfl'cd W ndows Glass Sl'dmg Doos 671 W 18th Street, H.aleah Ph 887 2646 BLASBERG FUNERAL CHAPEL 1333 Dade Boulevard, Miami Baach Phone JE 2-SS24 Larrie S Blasberg. F.D. GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S.W. Uh Av.rtu, Miami Ike Gordon, F.D. RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL, INC. Funeral Directors Leonard Zilbert — Abe Eisenberg Harry Beyer, F.D.



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Page 6-B +jfir Friday. May 29, Women's Club Installs Officers Mr> • 7 ek %  %  s • EsMil%  dent tmnunitj progri net al here f.\ e yean i> pre.-entlv financial secretary the Surfade Music society and a board member oi the PTA of i pk Menorah She attended the Universit) of Wisconsin and majored in sociology and political science While at the university, she held office in Hillel She lives a! 9172 Abbott Ave Surtade. with her husband and %  children Other officers and board memstalled were executive vice lira Ben Schanfeld. ots, Mrs. Marion Wex' %  '.: • Martin F ster Mrs Abermi r Mrs j Mrs social i i Leo Paul; financial cretarj Mrs Richard Shift lers i v : si > % %  Mrs • n Barman. Miss .ar boar Bertha Levy. Lucy Bacon. Ann. sti ano Bather Maxur 1 imj Felsenthal. mtS. JACK ZUCKtKMAM Annabelle Rabkin Helen Grazer Ann Rosentha! Chet Gale tenor son entertained the grcup Social Singles Dance B'na: B'rith Sot:. i Mill hold a dance on Saturday evelion Hotel, tuv •• the door and • Hope School Has 10th Anniversary Tenth anniversary of the Mental); Retarded Churl II four chapters and scti 1 men al • to 31 Highlight : the weekend will be installation ,,f officers on _'. Henrj L Balaban conducting UM ny. Chairmen are Mrs S.gmund Eisenberg and Mrs Leo Benjamin The new Hope School, at 666 SW 4th St., is completion of a $300,000 project will be defeated in the early fall It will be t-ouipped to account 154 child r en in res Ooc/a/iYe try ijfsabel C_y< rove Certinued from Page 1-B .iccaibo. '. countr>. .1! look in on I .• \ isil W Ivin's alma St Johi tarj Acadv in Delafield. Disc, stop in San Fran and Los An completing the circle back Miami Beach before embark>me And there's a trip in the future of ll-month-old Sammy Tod Pinok;. sa> the tea leaves ParDr David and Elsie Pino..re taking him to Charleston, the paternal grandad other hometown rela%  r first look man Meanwhile. :n Coral Gables other set of Mr and Mr> Max L Paul, will be eagerly awaiting th< little %  : %  n turn Auth teacher. Shoshanna tor eavin| next wt< I the J I rn. be%  %  %  %  1 spei studying at the Hebrew I sitj as well as >ther schools The first grade Hebrew teacher is author of "Hebrew Made Easy." used as a hand book in Israel for new Israelis, as well as in America A -Jewish Cook Book of hers, written in English. is due to be published in August, and she's planning a book for children • • Teen-ager Sidney Pertnoy elected president of the 1.100-member student body at Nautilus Junior Hi Bom in Miami Beach, the etghth grader attended North Beach Elementary where he waa class leader and member of tne Safety Patrol Parents of the 13-year-old leader are Mr and Mrs Earl Pertnoy 736 Lake View Dr. Confirmation At Beth Torah %  is :-%  • %  • ,x A L.. %  S • eph Schn ident of the synagogue Richard Sneider. incon %  %  ul accept the class gift ] '' the sj • B< Katzman. chairman. Board ol E lion, will distribute diplomas Rabbi Max I ps< hitt will chai g< the students at the conclusion of •he ceremonies and Cantor I Zion Kn%  ill : '" • the benediction Confinnar Toby Cavell thew c'ohen. Bcnme nett I Haber. Jerrold Hornst Vnne K.;-K. Leifman yBurt Levj I S strofi Mi< a I • %  N'ikki Samuels Schwart -Slur: Mrs. Brenner Off to New York Ml William I Brcnr.' elected president Greatei Section of '< i sh Women, ill atLei meet at the national offici Y >rk i.'u> fr of presidents Sec : is an %  an.: the S s is i the • given • %  : Mrs J -• '• oper. Local set-' handicapped ( County Sc gram for ships to the 1 and an immigration at: zation program Author Speaks To Women Here Surfside Council worn an Rhea Cashman Gladwm less to Marjone Stoneman I> author, and Mrs Joseph Duntov. librarian of the Surf-Bal-Ba) L; brary. at the Country St • Din ing Room in Coconut I %  %  week, prior to the program ented by the Friends of th. Surl Bal-Ba> Library. 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Page 10-B *jeisMeridian Friday. May 29, :;;< Kneseth Israel Congregation officers examine the congregation's recently-installed Mechitzah. Front row (left to right) are Rev. David Paul, J. LisVitkinas. Harry Rosen, Louis Dublin, president, Milton Kahn, treasurer, and Joseph Nadler, third vice oresident. Rear '* T 1 Rabbi David Lehrfield, Cantor Abraham Seif and Philip Weiss, first vice president. Also on the Mechitzah Committee but not shown were B. Weinbera. H. Chabner and Mcnuel Zaiac. The Mechitzah is composed cf ten panels 50 inches hioh. runnina the lena'^ of the gvnrraooue. ten inches off the ground and supported by columns of gold anodized aluminum. Beth Sholom to Install Officers At Congregation Dinner Sunday Eve Newly-elected officers and board members of Temple Beth Sholom and affiliates will be installed at the twenty-first annual congregational dinner meeting en Sunday evening, 6:30 p.m.. in the Temple Auditorium, according to James M. Albert, president of the Temple. Irving B. Kaplan, financial secretary, and Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, past president of the Sisterhood and chairman of the Board of Education, are co-chairmen. Rabbi Santord Seltzer, director. 16th Birthday For Miss Fritsch A luncheon will be held at th" Shore Club Hotel on Sunday in honor of the 16th birthday of Lin%  da, UUU^IKH ... ir. and Mrs Tom sch, 5751 s\\ .id St. Among the 40 |ruests attending vill be In r paen.al g r a n d ii o h c r Mrs ie Fritz, I irnla, .. lOth Igrade honor stu dent at M i a m i i al I'aik Sen i r : ligh, is an a< live member <>i Club. Tn Cam i, and Tau I i sen ice club t< r the handicapped Southeast Council of the Union Of American Hebrew Congregations, and Rabbi I.eon Kronish, spiritual leader of Beth Sholom. will conduct the installation ceremony. Another feature of the evening will be 'The Generations of Beth Sholom." written by Mrs. J. Bernard, vice president of Sisterhood, in honor of the Temple's 21st year. The program will include choral speaking with members of the Temple Thespians, under the direction of Leon Ungcr. and musical selection written by Mrs. Speetor and directed by Cantor David Con viser. A cocktail ',..:rt; will precede the dinner, and dancing to the music of Larry Blue's orchestra will con elude the evening's program and entertainment, Folowing officers will be installed: Louis I" Snetman, president ot the Tempi;-; vice presidents, lack M. Pink, Morry B. Morris. Maury s. oh.nek. Philip Schlissel; : ei. Seymt ur Sih ei man; ti nancial seen ary, Irving B Kap Ian; general secretary, i.u Kali n Linda Fritsch Tempis Zcmo.-a Crolherhood Annual dai -i nsorea by Temple Zamora Brotherhood on Saturi j enin Ii itured the mus c i I Ed Ames and his trio Ri tn h ments were 5erv< Brotherhood president. .lack B Shapiro: president 'ect. J*" 's c Knopke: vice presidents. Jack M Kink. Harold Granoff. Harvey Kra mer. Morris Miller. Sidney ROSS and Judge Philip Schlissel; record ing secretary, Sam Rudt; corresponding secretary. .1. Bernard Speetor: treasurer. Leon linger President of Sisterhood. Mrs Leon Levin; vice presidents. Mis J. Bernard Speetor, kua. aieyei BggnatZ, Mrs. Stanley Levinson. Mrs. Benjamin B Goldstein. Mrs Saniord I.evine: corresponding sec rotary, Mrs. Philip Schlissel; recording secretary, Mrs. .lames Knopke: financial secretary. Mrs Ethel Shapiro, financial secretary: membership. Mrs. Sam Rudt: treesjrer. Mrs. Harry A Gordon; chap lain, Mrs. Lson Kronish. President of PTA, Mrs, Sanford I.'-vine; vice presidents. Mrs Philip Davis. Mrs. Bennett Lee, Mrs. Martin Sterner. Mrs. lnwn lvpiis. corresponding secretary, Mrs. Jason Berkman; recording secretary, Mrs Harvey Vogel; treasurer. Mrs Robert Haas; Keren Ami treasurer Mrs Michael Brumer; advisor. Mrs Irving Kush man: chaplain. Mrs Leon Kronish Sisterhood representativi Mrs Leo Levin. Some 1(H) directors ol Ihe Tern pie and its all Hates w ill al so be ,•:%  ailed J O ^ s S TATEROo^ ^ $?" ABOARD THE AIR-CONDITIONED S/S FLORIDA MAMI NASSAU 3-DAY Cruises o FOM 4-DAY Cruises from i£9 o L. LOW CRUISE FARES INClUOt: %  All meals—including festive Captain's Dinner!"Full entertainment program—Cruise Director, floor shows, movies. games and prizes, calypso band! %  %  Captain's Cocktail Party! %  Continental breakfast! %  Midnight snacks! %  Duty free Sta shopping on board! SNIP IS YOUR F10A1IN6 MOTEL ...cocks at famous Bay Strut L in iawntoon Kalian Ml fAKHINC in Miami's Ingraham Garage while you're on cruise Airman Active In Maneuvers Airman Second Class Stephen R. Cohen ol Hialeah, recently participated in Exercise Delawar, a j.mt Iraman-U.S military train u operation conducted in Iran. \irman Cohen, son of Mr. and .„, ., „. coueu. oi 53a Palmetto ,>, \iiami springs, i an Air Force administraUve speciahsl M -iin an Air Force Communications service unil al Lojes Field ,„ he vzores. He was one ot ,1,800 L'.S militarj personnel in .,',. \,r Force Army-Navj Marine Corps exercise Cohen, a graduate <>f Hialeah High school, attended the University ol Maryland Atlantic Division and Ihe University oi Miami. His wife Francine, ithe daughter ol Ml and Mrs Stanley Barry, oi 422 E 37th St., Hialeah Samet in Calif. For Discussions Of City Problems s, ymour Samet, Florl !a Regional director oi the American Jew ,-h Committee, has been invited to participate m a discussion to be held Friday at the Center tor the study of Democratic Institutions m Santa Barbara, Calif The discussion w ill i c on "Problems of tne City, Participants ,\ill be among a selected group ol intergroup relations c msultanti and .i nui Ihe •intejlectuals in residence ol the Centi r Samet, former executive direc tor ol the Metro Community He .ations Board, will be the Inter itroup consultant representative irom the South. Beach Graduates To be Honored .1seph M Upton president ot Ii mple Emanu-El, announces that i ual Baccalaureate Sen ice, hon iring fui9t;i graduates ol Mi ami Beach benior High School, will he he'd on Satur ay morning in the Temple Sanctuarj Stevi Mo re, principal of the school, will address the graduates Dr In in Lehi man v ill preach •i "The Light That Must N i( Kail Stu I Bu--%  > pn lenl --1 (he Bet tut n--' • pre-! pie Emanu El l S^ ':. %  eti S< 1 ill speak i ... Seitlin Co. Names Officer: Three new appointments were announced this week bj s, ll: Co., pioneer Miami insurance-flm Lou Seitlin. who has beei *iththe company since 1945, v.,, secretary treasurer A; account executives wen Ham Kaplan and Frank Wi ten An. nouncing the new app iintraM< was Sam Seitlin. the 1. dent. ) Hadassah Lunches Held Here Two gala Hadassah lunc took place recently al tainehleau Hotel. The Miami Chapter pre* some 700 members who have ed the minimum of |SS it 1964 Year Book-Cook Book Mrs. Arthur Hershbein | ed on Sunday and Mrs Le Herman, on Monday Mrs. Gcrshon Mill.: dramatic readings. Merrige Rang, accon ter president. Mrs A Edward Cohi Esther Barrett %  %  eanv : 'ho reaM' in) tested Salwi BIDtfe & GET AWAY FROM IT All ^ vvh, p# ts H ftd i TOM O' 1 VOV C*TI fi*a Ow't#l* •-" %  O *"f ?1 m I f • 1* *g i J*^ Br.rl #i fig"' +L PASAi I %  i AttO'^'^od*' o M m r#i • (hn ic 1. 1 *t ho**'* J v IB m.r.w'*l ItUnd CHJ f.' *;t '' -'*•' M l -* 4 K -^ ,Ov' s.4" ANCHORS AWEIGH HOTIir BIMINI IN THE IAHAMIS • Formntion ttt yo jr UNIVERSAL ASSOCIATES M< 1137 5th St., Miorr l*ech JE 4-2938-TWX 305 t-t 8J4J NEW HEALTH with every LUKURV in our ntw ttmpratu-controlld twin caacad* pools. ••" fit ur potto ond tun otcki.. .din* on oourmtt food.. .dnc and b ntertained.-.golf on our two 18-hol Chomalonihip courMiAH >orti ond recreotioni in Hot Sprlngt including pUnty of •xeiting nighr lilt with big nom* enlettaincrt in fh naarby Supp Clubi. Bathe owa/ oil your ache, ond pain, due to tension ond feigu. in th. .upe-b bothhous. right in Th. Arlington .. .-l,.ve rh.unot,n, orthritii ond high blood p,es, u „. Try o new WHIRLPOOL BATH ogitahtd action •• cf btttaf cond.heni .he body to r.c.iy. th, maximum btnafitt of hond moisog.. Ill optional osk tor it wh.n tt'ase your bath ticlets. r,„., „i awM-cfa, taxh „, WllH [DOAKuAYUlKn ^ ,,„ A ,,,„ 9(0 „ Mo „, Mo($p ; 91 A ,,„.



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!day. May 29. 1964 +MwistiF1cric/k>r) Page 7-A Dr. Sachar Heard At Brandies Meet by Telephone Although not present in person, Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president of BruwteiUniversity, was the principal speaker at this year's nrsi quarterly meeting ol the Greater Miami Brandeis club last .' eek at the DiLido Hotel. In a novel telephone hook-up, Dr. sachar addressed the friends and supporters of Brandeis L'niversit) here pleading for their Intensified efforts to help in the national campaign to raise sis.000.000 before the end Of June "If this is accomplished, and I have great hope that it will be, Brandeis will receive an additional *6,COO,OC0 from the Fc 'J Foundation," Dr. Sachar said. Dr. Sachar pointed out that "for the next three months the Greater Miami Brandeis Club should concentrate completely on collections in order to meet the Ford foundation Challenge Grant "We now have %  deadline from the Foundation of June 30. and it we are going to realize a second grant of $6,000,000 we must fulfill our national commitment of S18.000.000 in cash by June 30."' Dr Stanley Prebling, president el the Greater Miami Brandeis (lob. said that about $75,000 of this S18.000.0O0 national goal is available in outstanding plei in the Greater Miami area, which includes Broward County, and urged that "an effort should be made to colled this outstanding sum in a Bhort, intensive drive." Terr.; !e Israel Federation of Temple Youth leaders are shown %  ing the traditional dinner dance in honor of the 1964 Confirmation Class to be held in the Morris D. Wolfson AudiItonuir. on Saturday eveninq. Fran Benis, treasurer; Anita ISame: vice president; Barney Willens, president; and Irene iHorns'ein, secretary, are new officers of the teen-aqe qroup I : will welcome the 90 recent Temple Israel confirmands : • %  midst. AJCong. Leaders Arrested For Picketing Fair Pavilion Continued from Pag* 1-A ion. and was denied such luthorization by Robert Moses, %  • of the Fair. Monday morning. Dr. Prim |and the 11 others appeared at the Fair entrance with picket Isigns. Policemen told them they Iwou'd not be admitted with the |banners. They then left the signs Confirmands 'resent Cantata • firmation services were i on the Shuvuot Festival at fempli Menorah last week. Con in. nd> presented a cantata writ* in bj H.iIn Mayer Abramowitz enMiolom B'Olom'—Peace in IT,World. Cantor F.dward Klein Jiiil the Temple Choir participated |i th< services • ftrmands were Karen, daugh Mr and Mrs. Fred Beck i.i -ther. daughter of Mr. and Moises Behmoiras; David. Ir and Mrs. Joe Feldman; \ daughter of Mr. and |li Nathaniel Glickman; Bar irdon, daughter of Mr. and ed Frischman; Joy. daugh Y lr and Mrs. Harold Greener; Man. son of Mrs. Belle P Joseph, son of Mr. and a ham Huppert; Joel, son ^i Mr and Mr-. Abraham Kaplan. daughter of Mr. and I i n Krovetz; Judith, daughli .HHI Mrs. William Nechtli ly, daughter of Mr. and %  Mi-Morton IMotkin; Sherry, V of Mr. and Mrs Allan [ Lonni. son of Mr. and LMr'chard Reynolds; Linda. I nt Mr and Mrs. Melvm |RUI)1. James, son of Mr. and |M" Ji eph Sobie; Mitchell, son | Fnir to promote hate propaganda Judea Holds Annual Picnic Two hundred families participated m the Temple .India Belig ions School annual picnic held at Matheson Hammock on Sunday. Activities Included father.andsun softball games, races, eakebakiliK contests. pn/


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Page 12-B *Jewlsi> rhrfdknr Friday, May 29, ] 964 k £j c t ^S'litzvah Alan Frankel Dr Irving Lehrman will officate the Bar Uitxvah ol \ v.-: Stanley Frankel, >.!'• : keep constant vigil. Children are also taught horsehackriding. arts and crafts, riflery. matics. archery and team %  ports. Camp Ocala. now in its eighth son of operation, maintains separate campuses for boys and girls with common mess and rc.tion facilities. Cabins are CBS structures with jalousie windows Religion is an important part of i amp <>cal. i On Friday rughts. th.traditional Sabbath evening i '. al is followed by services in lakeside a:n;. hi theatre. There is a full-time medical stall comprised of a resident physician several registered nurses, and iii. infirmary is fitted with the lat< •• equipment Camp Ocala offers eight and four-week sessions, starting June 26 Winter headquarters of the i> are at 1451 N Baysbore Dr. An honor student in 'he seventh at the !.' '• my, u e ci lebranl %  .an outstanding athlete Harvey will he honored at the ;•;•.. dush follov mg il tonj ai a re., "t.. i and dinner in evening a: Hi-.' Lombard) Brc.ce Nabot Bruce Nal l was i firmed a' turdaj !. J ph Narot i i %  •!Mi and Mrs I' .\ i'l .1 \ il •.. ..! 8851 Bi i! honor hi tier n tin Eden Roc Hotel on Saturday Bruce la ninth grade student a; Nautilus Junior High School and a member of the concert '•and. Jay Siegel Beth Torah Congregation will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Jay Siegel on Saturday morning. May 30. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will officiate and present the celebrant with a Bible on behalf of the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Siegel. Jay is in the third year of the congregation's Religious School and also attends John F. KennedyJunior High. Corey Fishman Corey Neil Fishman will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah on Saturday morning. May 30. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate. The celebrant is a student m the Religious School and also attends Nautilus Junior High. He plays the guitar and is an avid surfer. A luncheon reception In Corey's honor will be held at Chandler's Restaurant following the services. • Jan Newhauer Jan Gail, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Julian Newbauer. 4411 Nautilus Dr.. was confirmed at Temple Beth Sholom on Saturday evening. May 16. Rabbi Leon Kronish ot Delated, and a reception at the Temple followed the service. A ninth grade student at Nautilus Junior High. Jan is an accomplished equestrienne and has appeared in many horse shows She is also a talented pinni-' Grandparents of the celebrant anMi and Mrs Ben Frackman, Miami Beach, and MrRose Levy and the late Henry Levy. Miami i;<;,( h pioneers. • Clark Mervis Saturday morning services at Temple Ner TamiH on May 30 will include the Bar Mitzvah of Clark Mervis. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will officiate. Clark is a student in the Temple's Religious School and of Nautilus Junior High. Mr and Mrs. Ralph Mervis. 1510 Cleveland Rd.. will honor their son at a reception following the ceremony. • • William Greenberg William Greenberg will observe his Bar Mitzvah during services on Saturday morning. May 30. conducted by Rabbi Alfred Waxman ai Temple Zion. A student at Banyan Elementary, William plans to continue his studies in the Temple Confirmation ClasParents of the celebrant are Mr. end Mrs Gerald Greenhe a • a Steven Zuckerman Rabbi Norman N Shapiro will at the Bar Mitzvah of Steven Paul Zuckerman during services on Saturday morning. May : at Beth Daviii. A seventh grader at Ponce de Leon Junior High. Steven plays saxophone in the concert ban;!. A member of Boy Scout Troop 64. h< is learning to play golf. Mr and Mr' Marvin ZuckcrHcrvey fle.icrmsn Bruce Nabot will l: 'in itheir son ..i a i partj Hall on hi Ricl-y Lundy Congi Satu ill inclu le the i; • : %  Ricky Lundj th Rabbi Mi x \ Lip. A fourth year si I the 11 Rickj also attends John F Ki n i,. |j Junior H Attending the Bar Mitzvah will be the celebrant's great-grandfather, Max Eisenberg, and his grandparent.-. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Eisenberg and Mr. and MrMich ael Lundy. • • Jeffrey Jacobs Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey Jacobs took place on Saturday morn ing, May 23. at Temple Menorah. with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. Son of Mr. and Mrs Milton Jacobs, 75 So. Shore Dr., the Bar Mitzvah is a student in the Reli' gious School of the Temple and attends Nautilus Junior High. A luncheon reception in his honor followed for Jeffrey's friends at the Algiers Hotel. So, Florida ZOA In Meeting Here th Florida Districts of the Zionist i tion ol America n unit) wide victorj celebration on Thursdaj cvenu T ne %  %  %  w •lo take • m. in thi West !' %  the Fontainebleau Hotel. \. %  %  i %  .--.i chairy i \ President's Coun r,. .: hirh'oSts of the celebration was to be a free rcund-'rip to Israel for one of the contributors to the dormitory brick drive for the Mortimer May Dermitfry of Kfar Silver, inauguiated by the Greater Miami Districts for the Southeast Region cf the ZOA. The ledicated d irmi • i .-.; thi Kfar Silver icultural Training Instil ti maintained bj the Zionist Organ izi tion ol Vmerican in Ashkelon, Israel, it houses 36 students from ii to i". ami also has a student's study hall and an instructor's apartment Ben Gillei. president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, who has just returned from Israel where he made a special study tour ol Kfar Silver, was to give a report. Rabbi Morton A. Malovsky. the spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood, was to present a brief review of the ZOA activities in Israel A specially arranged program of Israeli. Yiddish, cantonal and international songs was to be offered by noted singer. Napoieon Reed. MUCf RICH;Ner Tamid Names Richman Murray A. Shaw. pi. Temple Ner Tamid. anni u i ed thiv eek that the Temple board haa engaged Bruce Richman .>edu eational and youth director (IT the coming year. Richman served in the MM capacity at Temple Beth Shulcra .n Hollywood and is also respon sibJa for introducing the Youn$ Judaea movement into the Gretl Miami, area. A native Israeli. Richman received his formal religious anc secular education in Israel. He is licensed by the Board "i Jewua 1'ducation here and will assume hiduties at Ner Tamid as o( Aug. 1. 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Friday. May 29. 1964 Jenisii fkriMbm Page 9-B iwrminalii l d l n yours, h {•REATER Miami Jewish Fed" trillion and the Combined Jewish Appeal held a victory dinner dance Sunday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Chairman lor the evening was Judge Irvine Cjpcn. and for the occasion Mrs. Cypen chose a floor-length gow n in white silk crepe with a sequined overblouse. Multi-colorcd sequins were clustered in flor..I arrangement* on a background %  >i iridescent white sequins. Mrs Max Wcitz was in an exquisite hand embroidered M a d • ra faee !>h'-ath. The traditional open lace pattern was over flesheolored silk illusion and the lace v iin tlie palest of pink with all the embroidery in flesh tones. Mr> Henry faro's silk linen en semble featured a seven-eighths coal over a sheath in forest green with bright floral prints of clutters of pink and blue (lowers. The shocking pink of the flowers was repeated in the silk lining of her coat. A floor-length gown from Hong Kong was worn by Mrs. I' 11 Essen. Completely covered Ml!) sequins, it featured row .liter row of white caviar beaded fringe, A multi-colored floral print sheath with a sleeveless lx)lero jacket was worn b\ Mr* vinslee R. Perdie. Matching col"red sequins detailed the print. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers chose a sofilv-tailored gold brocade jacket dress. Long itemed pink roses printed in white silk was Mrs. Joseph Liptorl's choice Her ii PMONE JE l-7f'l I VACATION THIS SUMMER j ON OCEAN FRONT I AT THE NEW j ATLANTIC TOWERS HOTEL j CABANAS or POOL PRIVIltGt REASONABLE RATES I 42nd STREET & COLLINS AVE. | Phone 534-4751 i < < < < < i Will solve J All readings j 1 < Ph. 754-2038 SPIRITUALIST and CARD READINGS REV. ANNA I Mike Ashley-Manager > % f % In her private Home % .my prrhlem of life! % kept conf.denti.il. % 5841 B1SCAYNE BLVD., MIAMI I iTake bus No. II from N Miami < or from Downtown! % Open 9 a.m. %  11 p.m.—7 days wk. ] ^s **aAa*^*** A ******* AA *^ m& Cleaning-Laundty Storage 1201 -20th Street Miami Beach JE 8-6104 i OPEN 7 AM. • P.M. Same Day Service Never An Extra Cnorpe. Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida 310 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 532-6491 MIAli BEACH'S ONIY KOSHER NURSING HOME and HfAlTH CENTER OFFERING THE NEWEST APPROACH Total Care A Concept peared to Combine Social, Spiritual. Medical Needs of the Individual for tha Aging. Recuperative, and Chronically III. A Cheerful Home of Warmth with Every Convenience Including Elevator, Television, Etc. SIDNEY SIEGEL, Executive Director (Formerly Ass't Director of the Brooklyn Hebrew Home A Hospital for the Aged, Guarantee! "UNDERSTANDING CARE") Non Profit — Non Sectarian Arthur Jacowitz; corresponding secretary, Theodore Schwartzman. Members of the board include David Berg. Donald Frank, Ivaa Fisher, Jack Freeman, Arnold Geier, Leonard Hayet, Gordon Jones. Arthur Lyons, Joseph Masters, George Malin, Judge David Liebman, Robert Newman, Sot Schwartz, Fred Shields, and Edward Stern. On Sunday evening, a President"* Reception Ball will be held in the Temple Social Hall. Chairmen of the affair are Mrs. Richard Alper and Jack Dulberg. Temple Zamora Closing Exercises Scholarship certificates will be awarded during closing exerci aa Of Temple Zamora Religious School on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Rabbi Her schcl Brooks will present the awards, and Lester Shapiro, F.du cation Committee chairman. :ll present the diplomas. A cantata. "What Judaism is in Our Hearts.'' will be conducted by pre -confirmation class members Howard Manhoff. Zadik Shapiro. Janet Gordon, Beth Cohen and Robert Leavitt. Nursery School will offer a play* ette entitled "Walking Through trie Land ol the Bible," and all Relig ous School students will participate in a Hebrew songfest. Mr. and Mrs. .Milton Lewis ill pr sent the Sharon Lewis Memorial Award. CERTIFIED COLD FUR STORAGE Storage Vaults on the Premises! FOR THE VERY FINEST •FURRIER STORAGE" DIAL MIAMI BEACH JE 2-2474 CORAL GABLES HI 3-7416 AT NO EXTRA COST: • Our bonded Tesienqe/s pid-ap and deliver your tun • Unlimited m-and-out service • Every garment n qloied • No* s the time *o re-style} your preciout fan • Cuitomhe cleaning of your tun available on the premised 716 LINCOLN ROAD 350 MIRACLE MILE



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jy May 29. 1964 +Jmidh nnrictinr Page 5-B ORT Women To Attend Meet Some 350 leaden of the Southeastern Florida Region of Women's Amerian ORT will attend the i ai n al planning conference We I al the Everglades Hotel. Chairmen are Mrs. Jack Falk, iducation vice president, and Mrs. Will iman, executive committee chairman. 10 and lo a.m., will be followed by brunch. Mrs William Fishman will cation, and Mi I louis laroi "• presi enl. will •in keynote address Members w il! then com ene in orientation worksho] s and to formulate plans for the ensuing year Women**) Am i ri< an ORT, a world-wide agency, currently operates over 600 installations which train more than 40.000 persons. young and old. in 22 nations DRT's Honor Roll Luncheon May 5 are (left to right) Mrs. %  ience V. Lindreth, Mrs. Evan Olster and Mrs. Jack Flach: f singing "The Region's in the Best of Hands." ORT Women See Citations Given %  o the a item Florida Region of U men's American ORT was ess to more than 800 beautifull>drrssed, coiffed and hatted \ ii • n at the Seville Hotel last riYmbers present made Honor K< :i status the past year and they represented 13 ORT chapters in Dad' and Broward counties. Mrs. Uan Tir.nen. region vice presirfi:,'. v3i chairman of the day. Mr Louis Baron, president, pre rnted an award to Mrs. Mae Shurack for the highest Honor Roll Achievement and another l Mrs. Ben Friedkin as 1 '" Woman of the Year" for generous contribution ORT. ORT Thespian Croup offer, i )inal comedy conceived I ted b> Mrs Seymour tei and Mrs. Bob Herns. Malice in ORTland." Mildred Drazier was musical director and Mrs. Bernard Lash, production advisor. "Ode to ORT" was sung by Mrs. Alan Simons; "The Region's in the Best of Hands," by Mrs. Evan Olstcr, Mrs. Jack Flachner and Mrs Lawrenee V. Lindroth; "Little Tin Box." by Mrs. Harry Sarnoff and the "Snappy Garters." Or Ohm Picnic Jack I.iihin. president of Temple Or Olom Brotherhood, announces this year's annual Brotherood picnic will be held Sunday at Tropical Park grounds. Bird Rd. and SW 82nd Ave. Starting at noon, the da) will feature supervised games, contests, prizes and surprises Tifereth Jacob Joint Installation Joint installation of Temple Tifereth Jacob, Sisterhood and Men's Club, held on May 23, was Chaired by Leon Goldberg. Invocation was delivered by Rabj i bi Hyman Gross, who also in-1 stalled Temple officers. Mrs. Evej lyn Silverman and Jack Wilco inj ducted Sisterhood and Men's Club j officers. Plaques were presented to Leon Silverman. a past president of the] Temple, and Fred Rapps, outgoing president of the Men's Club Mrs. Ida Kirsch. immediate past president of Sisterhood, was presented with a gift. Temple slate is headed by Dr. Louis Salhanick. president; Dr. Nathan Friedman. Joel Gross, vice 1 presidents; Mrs. Norma Turner, secretary; Mrs. Kay Lingation. I treasurer. Sisterhood officers are: Mrs. Mimi Klein, president; Mrs. Sadye Lebowitz. Mrs. Thelma Wilco, Mrs. Eetty Albert, vice presidents; Mrs. Harriet Dorn. Mrs. Miriam Galik. secretaries; Mrs Mildred Wascowitz, treasurer. Men's Club: Ted Linjjaton, presi dent: Henry Albert, vice' president: Jack Parker, chaplain; Dr. Nathan Friedman. Abe Winer, secretaries; Max Feldman. treasurer Planning to attend the 16th annual conference at Brandeis University on Sunday, June 7. (left to riqht) are Mrs. Sam Goldman, president of the Miami Beach Chapter of Brandeis University National Women's Committee; Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz, national board member; and Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitz. vice president in charae of administration. Mrs. Jurkowitz is a graduate of Brandeis University. The conference is held each year on the university campus at Waltham, Mass. This year's with the theme "Profiles for Progress," will hear James Reston, noted columnist, in the commencement address. Hollywood School Plans Exercises BIGGEST BARGAIN IN EUROPEAN TRAVEL! ROUND TRIP $ 535 NEW YORK to ISRAEL -EUROPE V,A EL4L You'll travel with a congenial group on a jet flight from New York to Tel Aviv via Boe.ng 707, enjoying the Israeli hospit|.ty that is only exported on El Al. After your-visit to Israel ... on to Europe at no added fare ... only $535.00 round trip. Economy group fare is the way to shara and havt dollars to spare. And El Al isn't spar.ng its'cemfo*. its tempting Jewish cuisine, the warm* of its welcome, „ the service that's as friendly as it's fast. El Al offers twioe as many group departures as any ether airline ... a wide variety of trips tailored to your taste and to the time you can spare. See your travel agent or cal Dora Stein Sets Luncheon Sunday Dora Stein Sisterhood f the Israelite Center has scheduled its annual Mitzvah luncheon for Sun(I. > 12 30 p.m., at the Biscayne retrace Hotel. Mrs, Ben Harris, chairman, will introduce entertainer Freddie Chavell, accompanied by Bspiguel and his guitar. Committee members are Mrs. Nat Sanders, vice chairman. Mrs Nat Fields. Mrs. Albert Win-Ion and Mrs. Louis Sonsky, hostesses Rabbi Morton Malavsky. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholem. Hollywood, said that nursery and kindergarten graduation exercises were held on Friday. Faculty members of the Nursery School, which has an enrollment of 60. are Ruth Spitzer, Blanche Turgel. and Marilyn Stiles. Graduating were Geoffrey Cooper, Pauline Debski, David Jacobs. Ronnie Krassow. Leslie Kushner. David Llewellyn, Susan i Miner. Richard Myer, Larry Scott and Michael Solomon. On Friday evening, at 8:15 p.m., I fifth grade Hebrew School students participated in the service and received graduation diploma certificates by the Bureau of Jew! ish Education of Greater Miami. Choir to be Honored During late services Friday at Temple Ner Tamid, conducted by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. the following members Of the adult choir, under the direction of Joseph Schreibman, will be honored: Leona Bezark, Joyce Farber, Terrj isberg, Ida Hurwitz, Evelyn Levy, MornPolikoff, Jack Weinstein, Ann White and William V i .--man. Class instructor was Bruce Richman. On Sunday afternoon. 3 p.m., confirmation exercises were held Rabbi Malavsky is instructor of the class. Following religious school students were confirmed: Barbara Blintz, Peter Hockman, Robin Konigsburg, Irene Malavsky, Marilyn Mars. Carolyn Nasher, William Quinter, Robert Ryemon, Judith Segall, Steven Sternberg, Mac Wachtler. Class theme is 'Teaching in Judaism." T.I,C: WHAT 13 IT? Competent, understanding effective care fer convalescent and chronically ill aimed always at maximum self-care. 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Friday. May 29. 1964 + kMisirhrMtor Page 5-A Cedars Lists New Donors Here Additional donor* to Cedars of Lebanon Hospitals Tree of Life Memorial have been -announced this week by President Harry L. Lewis. The hand-carved mural in relief stands in the entrance-way of the hospital and carries the names of contributors upon aluminum plates set into the roots at the base of the 18ft. Cedar tree New donors are Dr. and Mrs. Mervin H Needell. Dr. and Mrs. Arthur .1 Pearl. Corrinne and Ir win Pcrlmutter. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Philbrick. Mr. and Mrs David Platt. Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Price, Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Buente-Duany. Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Kogoff. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenfeld. Dr. and Mrs. Martin KosenthaL. Cornelia B. Sapp by Mr. and Mrs. George McCoy. Dr. and Mrs. George F. Schmitt and Dr. and Mrs. Louis Salhanick. Also. Maurice S. Schulman, Scacoast Appliance Distributors. Henry Seitlin by Jennie Seitlin, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shandlo. Dr. David Silberman. Dr. ai Mrs. Melvin Simonson. Dr. ai Mrs. Hutry Sims. Mr. and Mi Jerome Stern, Dr. and Mrs. U ham If. Straight. Lester SykII his mother. Samuel Tucker. Ma Albert Warner and Dr. and M Philip Wcinstein. New law Firm Formed Samuel I. Lclf and Walter S Pesetsky announce the formats r i of a law firm. Left and Pesetsk for the general practice of law 1140 NK 163rd St., No. Miai Beach. M or Chuck Hall embraces Mrs. Joseph (Lena) Mintzes at ndbrealdng ceremonies for a Medical Center on 6th St. ollins Ave. Looking on are Joseph Mintzes and Mrs. tie Thursten. secretary of the Senior Citizens of Miami On the committee with Mrs. Mintzes, founder of the i are Theodore A. Heller. Joseph Dube, Harry Austrian Mra. Amy Haber. Beth David Graduates 27 lAt Services David Congregation Rehpm-. School graduated 21 itu11 % %  who have completed six %  1 of religious instruction in I Junior High Department. li \ rcises were in conjunction with community graduation under auspices of the Bureau of 111 lish Education of Greater Miami at Beth David last week. atot ai t Bruoe, son ol Mr MiHoward Hi rgi i Stephen, if .Mr. MM. I lira. Solomon l'rRobert, ana of Mr and Mrs Va row; Miurta, on of Mr. and \l..\ 1 iMfcina*; Robert, MM % %  < .iiij Mm. Miirraj Prledberii 1 nn ..f Mr and lira, ney%  1. M.i. K. inn Hi. win of Mr ,v ard 1 ioldlx -v. Howard, .n •>( \li and MiAaron Herako1 T >..n "f Mi and Uru Hoi fman. igbler • %  < Dr and Mi -.II.. 1 w i.-ii. Rob< it. aon "f Mr \l |(< HI., n I1I1 In; Italph, MM \i rtvii V K.I/. r: Robuhti 1 of Mr and Mrs Jerome Itji Imrd, mm of Mi and Mi •Maxwell; I •• I"" ah, riauKhter .ml Mi > N.. 1 in. HI Rai iii 11 H.in of Mi in 1 \liId || ,1 ,rd .-..ii of .'. /.-. 1 Rum nlcrani 1 Ml :> in I Ml Her lull; I. fi 1 • >. -'ii "i Mr Mi .. %  1. >.II_. I II. 1 old, -"li ..11.1 Mr.Law 1. n. S. Iii 1 %  n ; Mr .111 1 Mm I...IU11 n Mai k, MM • • Mi and Sli nil. Mai -li 1. da null,. .1 Mi \> ihu Sokolofl • M ,,,.1 \iii-..i.., .11 Mi and Mm daughter of Mr. and m n Uei-s, alumna of the High School Department, 1 ;i i e d from the Hebrew ,tiool of the Bureau ol Jew'ion. Bronstein on Board saniord K Bronstein, administrator Of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, was elected to the Board of Directors of Blue Cross of Florida to complete the term of a member who resigned. The Board of Directors is the governing body of Blue Cross-Blue Shield of Florida. Eshkol Rebukes K. for War Talk Continued from Pg 1-A coupled with mutual inspection, he noted that Israel never introduces] new weapons into this area. But" he said, "as long as Israel's enemies are not ready for disarmament. Israel must and will fortify her deterrent strength, which is needed for the preservation of the peace." Mr. Eshkol also reiterated the fact that Israel's sole objective in nuclear development is aimed at research for peaceful purposes. In that context, he was replying to recent press reports abroad that -lated that not only Egypt but Israel ;is well is engaged in the development of nuclear weapons Communities Discriminate PHILADELPHIA-


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"dTewislri FlOTidian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY lume 37 — Number 22 Miami, Florida. Friday. May 29. 1964 Two Sections — Price 21* Eshkol Rebukes Nikita's War Talk on Egypt Visit ig en behalf of the United Jewish Appeal, Greater Miwish Federation President Sidney Lefcourt present* Dr. living Lehrman, campaiqn chairman of the 1964 Combined h Appeal, with a national UJA citation for outstanding Leadership. Dr. Lehrman also received a sterlinq silver handd spice box at the 26th annual meeting of Federation at Lefcourt was reelected president for a third term. CJA Sails Over '64 Goal; Lefcourt Wins Third Term 03ER JUDGMENT \mendment \Pressure Down On School Rites VSHINGTOK (JTA) Tin ity thai Congress might be led i n to approving the proBecker constitutional amend, which w o u I il void the i on it ban on prayers in schools idiminishing in sourcet on Capitol Hill said ek Emanuel Caller. New York il who is chairman Of the judiciary Committee which testimony on the issue, d the belief that the tide ned m the debate He said "sober judjment it beginning to make •***>!* felt." In addition, a number of Congressmen who initially supported and testified in favor of the amendment sponsored by Rep. Continued on Page 8-A Announcement that the 1!W>4 Combined Jewish Appeal had gone over the top. raisin? $1,393,500. which represents some $7,000 above its goal, and the reelection Of Sidney Lefcourt for a third term as president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation highlighted Federation's 26th annual meeting at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Sun day evening. Ov.r 500 leaders of Federation and the Combined Jewish Appeal were present at the event to hear '.cfcourt praise the successful cam paign and the growth of the Fed ration as the central instrument for the budget, planning, and tundra ising needs ol the Greater Miami Jewish community. Praising the success o( the cam paign, Lefcourt told the gathered leaders that "this past >ear has Continued on Page 10-A NIK 810WS HOI IN CGYHT PACl 9-A JERUSALEM (JTA) Prime Minister Levi Eshkol expressed his regret this week over Soviet Premier Khrushchev's otter to proMile more anus to Egypt, and declare I Israel is ready now, as always to "join in an) endeavor tor regional disarmament" in the Middle Fast, provided such an effort were coupled with •mutual inspection." Mr. Eshkol made his statement in Israel's Parliament. He did not mention Mr. Khrushchev by name. but referred to the oilers of more anus to Nasser, voiced by the Soviet leader the last two days during his current visit to Egypt. The Israel Government regrets, • Mr. Eshkol told Parliament, that, "despite Nasser's aggressive declarations with regard to Israel, he benefits from political support and arms supply from sources usually propagating peace anc* co-existence. Those aspiring to world peace must support also regional peace. •'Annin the bandol Egypt today bear neither anti-imperial ist nor a national Liberation mission, but are directed in accordance with Egypt's declared policy toward an anti-Israel war — sen nig also Nasser's aims to dominate hbonn Arab countries." Mr Eshkol continued. "All this negates fundamentally the peaceful coexistence idea accepted by Russia and the West alike.'' Reiterating Israels readiness to join a regional disarmament move Continued on Page 5-A AJCong. Leaders Arrested For Picketing Fair Pavilion NEW YORK the Egyptian Embassy to have discussed continuation ot American ard to the Nasser regime, despite the huge, new Soviet lean and newly announced Egyptian support of Soviet foreign policy. Ambassador Kamal is reported to have countered American concern over the Nasser-Khrushchev communique issued in Cairo by stressing Arab anxiety over the forthcoming visit of Israel's Prime Minister Eshkol to Wash ington. The Egyptian Ambaaaador is -aid to have emphasized also fears BDOUl Israel's National Water CarContinued on Page 2-A Weizmann's Book Puts Lie To Bribe Tale NEW YORK l JTA I Alle. iions made bj Lt. Col, Harold (Joskins', an emissary for President Roosevelt who said the late Dr. Chaiin Weizmann allegedly ol I, re : a bribe to King Saud Of Saudi Arabia, were Shown here tillweek to be complete!) baseless The charge that Dr Weizmann bad ottered a bribe of 20.000.000 pounds -terlin to KmSaud for Jewish control of Palestine was contained in a 1943 memorandum by Hoskins to President Roosevelt. The State Department published the memorandum last weekend, among other documents, in "Foreign Relations of the United States, Vol. IV, the Near Fast and Africa ( ol Hoskins had been known during world War il for his pro-Arab altitude Dr. Weiimann. then president of the World Zionist Organiiation, dealt with the Hoskins allegations and other related issues in his 19S0 autobiography "Trial nnd Error." He wrote that not only had he never made such an offer, but "in fact," some such an offer had been made to him by St. John Philby. a representative of King Saud. In his book. Dr. Weizmann described how he was asked to go Continued, on Page 6-A


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May 29. 1964 lewis* fhrkHan Page 13-A e/i ICJIOUS & TH IS-AEL. ^80 Carlyle Ave, ,, ., Ribbi Isaac Ever. — • SHALOM CONOREGA•83 SW 67th Awe. Orthodos. .. We K\|i... i from Our buth" Hebrew and rhinda) Pel I students will be honored. Saturday :• .i.iii. tar!( a.m. Bar f Mr. ami v.. T H EL. COO SW 17th Ay.. Ortho. •"" Mr* Baui iejrli Ricky, o. Rabbi Solomon Sehiff. Mr and M 'Martin I.im.ly. i"i-iiiiii %  : and 1:13 p.m. Saturday RMS H.m. Ifcir Mitzv.h: Jay, MM of Mr. n i.r Raturda) R:S0 a.m. Kinillinc the KluiMf i.f •,REL ollbi M 711 40th St. OrthoLoi.n Rottman. Moo* ul ACOS 301-311 Washington thoao*. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Mauri ; Mamches. Saturday s : :;.i a.m. •• in i >iu Horoi ODESi 1101 SW 12th Ave. -. Traditional. Rabbi Max Ca-itor Fred Bernstein. — • .' O S M E CONGREGATION. Oiie Hwy. Conservative. a imon April. Cantor Hyman %  !> siini, nts .in. rlntt S .-.i n ill • undui i -.i Sell net .(ii I Kella a III hosl Hi. i intf riluj S:tj :i in • tL R i on 139 NW 3rd tvf. Krieger. secre• %  %  %  %  % %  >< akci %  • %  %  I I II( : %  i: • • i I UClid Ave Or. J jssph E R.n ko • HAH -o4th St. and NE 11th I v Rabbi Man i i Bon Zion K %  < hen B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 1i3rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Jack Lerncr. — • FLAGLER %  GRANADA SO NW 51st PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros. enfold. Cantor George Goldberg. I I i" vl. i. in rioelnsj ,\. r.l.-. i* i.ir 10 Hebrew Hrl I students. Morris l-'i-li. iAwards distributed. 9aturda} •' kin Hal alllivah: I'.ni.i. son of Mi and Mm Hal McCnbo, Bermon: "Omwina 1*1' FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. — e HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetreo dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. r.ross fi Ida) 8 i'. p in Saturday 9 a.m. — e ISRAELITE CLiMTER 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. C.'ntor Louis Cchn 1 .i in Si in.. I:. i .,; tj : M, i >,,|ini, > e KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave Orthodox Ri'ibi D.n ;1 Lrhrfield. Cantor Abr.ihani Seif MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM. %  t. Oi tl 0do Ral-bi Abi .ill im St. isfeid. • VNYONAiRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. e OHEV SHAL.IV Normandy O' SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Avo. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nanmias. — • TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Conssrvative. 1025 NE 1B3rd St.. Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Nau. PYlday :l'. p.m. Religions School tu•l.niK nIII participate in the dosing Kerriae* Saturdaa V-4.'. a.m. Bar Mltivah: l^irrv, :-.n of Mr and Mrs. Jaik 1'i.H.ll. O TEMPLE BETH AM. 5*50 N Kendall Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. | Friday v'.u p.m. Temple. Kleterhnod and Brotherh I offtn i imd board members ill be Inatalled. TEMPLE BtlH EL OF HOLLY. WOOD. 13SI S. 14th Ave Reform. Rabbi s.iiiiu-l Jaffe. trlilaj vi:. p.m Offk'ere of the Temple, [irotherhod and Sietrrl I, and truatees will !•• ."ii>.. t.it.-.i. Knturtin) 1 I a Mi — a TEMPLE BETH s,H RAH. 7500 SW 120th St. Reuonstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skoo. C.intor Herman Gottlieb. Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Raboi Eugene Labovitz. a Cantor Saul H. Breeh. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of HollyIVi'l." vir. p.m. Adult ••IW.ir. uii.l.r wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative. \ dlr-.-tl..n of Jos.|.ti S. liivlhm:. M ill Rabbi Morton Malavsky. C a a t o r ( be bouvred, nrui..n: '>plrK*l "islia in. Bur Mitavnh: C'larR. eon of Mr. ami MiRalph M.-rvis. — • TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gesshon Levin. PYldaj v;;u p.m, Saturday vir. a m Bar Mltavah: llnrv, eon of Mr. anil Mr-. Nathan Tudor. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th Ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. Friday .vl". p.m. Rabbi Low) "ill r-1 1. ••The Ueputy" bj Ball Hoohhutli. a TEMPLE TlFZRETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative Rabbi Hyman Gross. a TEMPLE ZAVIORA. 44 Zamora Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. Piidaj vl". p.m. Bermon: "What t< Remember." Saturdaj S:43 a.m Berni.m: "Portion of tha Weak." Bar MltsTvah: iiii Robert ( aon .f Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rlemer, a TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St Conservative. Rahh, Alfred Waxman. Cantor Leo Urlich. Satiini i> '.• H in ISar Mltavah: WllTEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. Krlday vl.1 p.m. Sermun: "The Becker Am.-nilment." Sitturday L0:4B a.m. Bar Mltavah: Jon |)avld, Bun of Mrs, Herbert Kink: Kiinalii Stephon, sou of Mr. uiui Mi-. .i"s.-i>ii Mrota. • TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 387 NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alexander Cohen. Saturday &f a.m. Sermon: "How ilr.-al is Our joy." Bar Mltavah: Philip, aon of Mr. ami Mr-. \l I'ri.illali.l, charter i metuli^rs of th. Temple. —a TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Maehtei. I-Yidav V.'.II p.m. Sermon: "Memorial Day, a Lesson in Cybernetics." Saiurilav ^:::,i am. Youth services a TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler. Friday i> p.m. Saturdaj : %  a.m. Bar Mltavah: Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. si a nl.. \ Prankel; Eric, aon of Mr.-. Claire Bank. a TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday vi:, p.m, Beginning of summer schi dull ham, son %  I •r Mr and Mri %  ll I II • TEMPLE JUD£A. 320 Palermo Ave Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecai Podet Cantor Gordon Richards l'i Iduj vl p.m. a TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N A.'e Conservative. Rabbi Wernick. I-1 1'la.. 8:30 p.m. Sermon: Pools." i inea Sli il.l.ai hosted l.i ll I S.i : ill .lav '• a Mi lii. I'm Uon ..i thi \\ k •:. raid Miami Henry "Brat e b) KlsS.-: ii p.m. Nursi kimleitiire TFMDi E NER TAM'O. 80th St and YOUNG ISRALL 9"0 NE 171st St. Orthodox. R.iobi Sherwin Stauber KVIil i. in Slit ui i. V'uentliin from I;, piinslli| Hebrew Academy Women Reeled Mrs. Rosen as President Here Let Us Give Kovod to Those IWho Gave Up Their Lives Ul I II r %  Rib l IT |\ (ml l: mr %  p 11 1 i I I I: I I' RABBI DANIEL LOWY plo Sinai of North Dade lonung weekend, wc ill • Ihi' 90th anniv crsiiry of official Memorial Da] m :ilr\ Throughout the land. 'nans. -i.-indmu on hallow .al grounds, will deliver extolling those who 'he supreme sacrifice in I ;ill thai America stands %  ir m ids will he followetl resounding 21-gun salute solemn rendttaon oi tapi is ritual; we will honor ived war dead Perhapt Id .i!-d ipand some time day tn eulogize the Iiv express our appreciation who dedicate their lives th daj io tincause of d i idiom in the world rev. the word for it is Unfortunately, "kovod .i negative connotation. iused lo deride indiho seek vainglorj Y< t 1 meaning, "kovod" can rj that is well-earned. %  (oi us to give "kovod" because they are ompeting with us for However, we find difficult to give Mrs Leonard Rosen has been elected to serve .1president ol the Hebrew Academy Women for Ibe second term, Mrs Joseph Shapiro, chairman of the Nominating Committee, announced Wednesday. The new slate of officers and directors were installed at a brunch hist week at the Deauville Hotel Mrs Rosen preceded the installation ceremonies with an annual report of the organization's activities during the past year. She recognized and thanked these chairmen and active workers responsible for the success of the group under her leadership. Prior to becoming president Ol the Hebrew Academy Women. Mrs. Rosen served as a vice president She was chairman of the Women's Division' of the Hebrew Academy Building Committee and originator of the Brick-for-Life Project. It is through this project that the Hebrew Academy Women dedicated the Ida Appel Auditorium ami plan to dedicate •/. Mi 1 11 \|. ... %  \ Immel .: • \ 1 I >-l|. I "I I larj Jaeali I • Kuti s in shaiii tisrj ... HI-I ui' I. • halt nui n 1 %  t.i' ".1 %  1 1; imntlhiB -., 1. 1 1 \ Mm 1 1 >ublei. i.l. iihiuii /. II t-Ristrui II.ui s Kaplan, lai llamt-ntai lu n \|. il n • Sai 1I1 1' Budlow, I'.iiniM. Chill, sain I'n. Ii-. II.irIN 1.. ii... A'. \.inii,r s (iniss, I'aullne ( %  rundwera, PrlMla Koch, Louis Merwitier. At .Mill. r. I...iiS11.--111.1i1 1 a uj IM1..1.1Meedanifs II.Hrj .Mis, -tm !; %  1. Bernnrd Haetavky, Kilna Bear, Jack Beraer, Arthur A Itersxman, Ann.Herkowlts, Murray I:.I kou 11/ Katlle Bit lei. Jerome 1:.. nj.iif.l.l, Morris 1:1. II.MI. I.l. H I. Hinder. eVll Blank, Charles Boffin, Jui-k Worhsbaum, l.ouiA. Bunlm, Jonah 1-:. 1 'a|,t.i 11. Jack Ciment, Louis • %  I.. 11. s.11.ih Cseeh, .la, k Davla, Mllilreil 1 1 Milton Ktitvnrek-h, liiiiuaii Klsenberg, Mai Knalander, Sam Karl" r Mesdann-s Prank Fine, Isidore Kriiilniaii. Charles HYuehtman, Loula I'n.lis. Henri Qewits, Bett} l Ulngiss, Maurice UoldlinK, William iioldsteln, lieralil fireenhern, Kthel t:rossman, Henr> •'• Ian, Maurice Kellner, Benjumln Kornrelch, Ktigene l^ibovlti, Aaron 8. La tier, HnloI'M-M Laufi-r. Marvin Llpmnn, Rose Lobel, Mi. Ii o I Mabel, Abi than Mason, Lillian Meyri. All xanm i Mnskoviti, II. in ^ l'iwhansky, Leo K, iiilianl. Il.ii old K. nil. nl. SI M.-.l.iMi. Kllas Rosch, Harr> l:..-. nl.. 11:.Joseph Knbat, R u hi ikowUx, Sol Sundlei S. Im. MKS. ItONAKD ROSEN RABBI DANIU tOWr Trntpfe Sinoi ol No. 0oe Hire Mrs, liuM'ii is widel] known for her active participation in numerous Civic and Religious Organizations in the community and in recognition o the living, because Baltimore. Md her native city we are en iotlS S"d want the >'' 1 ( %  %  Ct > V PUtldP"! ... ., Bonds for Israel urbanization and nit ion :.i. ourservi „, %  „. Itie member >t Mizrachi Women, While "kovod" means honorJTemple Menorah, Hebrew Univerami glory, il also refers to that -,|\. Mesivta Women and the Women's Division oi Combined the School's kitchen in the near fU< %  • Schwart*. Irving Scldcl, vi'i.i ham Sliaplio, \ IrKinin Stlvi-iiit^a on, I'M'.v HI a sni del N ..ii i: S|ili %  • Iman, Isidore Siwlter %  .l.i.iliam .• inherK, I llmr Stern, Is I |i h, Hell II I'm h, Moi w aldman, ll. m Weishatis, I'hili MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE 3737 Bird Road, Miami Ph. 446-2181 VAHRZCfT and KADOISN D.nly 8 a.m and 6 p m. Sat.. Sun., 9 a m. and b p.m. \\ -vi, I.I Zenn i /.i.-iiiiit TEMPLE EMANU-EL try.ASHINGTON AVI. r/'ami Beach h '.everal openings for fUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS 1'or 1964-65 school year. %  be ctfified and licensed '' Tode Confv School Syifem. I'ltOM send ta s ap l ets biogroahical m'tmution with application. whuh is wreichtv, We must learn tn o|\e "kovod." as well as to receive il We must be prepared In givi it more often lo these who. b\ their MIMIC to their fellowman, have shown thai they have a flnel) tuned conscience and can he.u the weight ol re sponsibilit) on their shoulders As we remember the departed this Memorial Day, let us not fail to recognize, in addition, the living, win preserve the ideals lor which our brethren died. Let us give honor this day to the men and women who constantly strive to fulfil the resolution thai these soldiers shall not have died in vain. i-r=m ALUMINUM & BRONZE YAHRZEIT TABLETS & NAMEPLATES SYHAGOGUl OUTDOOR BU1UTIN BOARDS HOTEL LOBBY ANNOUNCEMENT BOARDS, ETC. ENGRAVED PLASTIC A METAL SIGNS All Manutaciuretl on Premises BASS BULLETIN BOARD & DIRECTORY CO. ^7 N v.AMI AVENUE Phone 371-5988 Jewish Appeal Rabbi Alexander S Gross, pnnc ipal ol ihe Hebrew Academy, installed Mr.Ho.-en and her olii eiis The following were also installed: \l. -.1 | 111, I '.,\ i.l S All.Iron. Si.l. ;.|l Sli.il'li". rntl Salllll. I i:. ii Im i j llfi vice l'i.-.-'. .!, in I,.-, i'h i Itai kin -i.>. I'M"; arj lift 11. i •' M il H ex-cutlve vice prealdent. VI, %  |.f, .-i.l. I I MIS SUl % %  I k"WELL KNOWN CANTOR in Greater Miami, wants engagement &f or High Holidays, or year-round position. Has served as Cantor for past 12 years. Please call Wl 5-7286 OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW in \ CANTOR WILLIAM ROYAL \ AVAIlABlf FOR HIGH HOIY DAYS. 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Friday. May 29. 1964 Jew 1st fhrkttan Page 3-B Mrs. Harold Reinhard Elected New President of Florida United Synagogue v ffjcers and board members I ,-jda Branch, National Worn n %  LI .,.. United Synagogue I Amei ica are President. Mrs. Harold Rein ,,.|h David; vice presidents, i I.. vrthur J. Brown. Beth Moshe. ,1Aaron Cohen. Bnai Israel. m Petersburg. Mrs. Jax Jacob„ii. Beth David. Mrs. Seymour I ,-mpUSinai. Hollywood. Ben Shapiro. Bnai Raphael. — • Mrs. Reinhard Off to Briefing \:,-. Harold Reinhard of Miami. elected president of the la Branch of National WornLeague, United Synagogue ol ill participate in spec ..I briefing sessions for the 28 ,i, dents of the League ,, take place -lone 7 to 11. at West e, \ .1 and at the Jewish al Seminary in New York it} The group represents the top ship of the 771 synagogue .nun groups Of the Con-crva ive movement, affiliated with pgatiom throughout the States, Canada, Mexico and rto Rico. v, -Kins will include meetings nh national officers, executive irector, and chairmen of the 26 i partments which carry lorward ne program of education, service, nd religious activity of the i ague. Special events will include a hriefing al the Seminary, with a isil to its famed library, the J* w >!: Museum, and an address by lr Louis Finkelstein. chancellor the institution. Florida Branch includes 28 Sis! hoods in the State of Florida, nth a membership of over 3.000 .nagogue women. Mrs. Reinhard, 1631 Coral Gate lr., is a past president of Beth David Sisterhood. Mrs. Lawrence Wulkan, Or olom Recording secretary, Mrs Mur ray Kay. B'nal Raphael; treasurer. Mrs, Irving Funnan, Beth Tor ah; corresponding secretary. Mrs Murray Kaye. Or Olom. Board ol Directors are Mesdames Hersebel Brooks, Fred Blank, Fred Greene, Morton Levin. Stanley Golden, Ben Harris. Sol Goldstein, Stanley Stein. Louis Seitlin. Richard -Harold, Jerome Rifkin. Installation ceremony, held May 12 at the Hollywood Beach Hotel, was conducted by Mrs, Harold Rivkind, leadership training discussion leader. Florida Branch, na tional board member. B'nai Israel sisterhood. St. Petersburg. National hoard members are Mrs. William Dickson, Mrs. Nathan Becker. Mrs. Ralph Hankin. and Mrs Harold Reinhard Hatikvah Chapter, Mizrachi Women, are shown at a "Savea-Child on Mother's Day" luncheon. Standina deft to riqht) are Mesdames Sue Hermon. Morris Dubler. Emma Ratner, and Abraham Dlatt. Seated are Rabbi David Lehrfield. quest speaker; Mrs. Harry N. Schwartz, president; Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld, luncheon chairman; and Mrs. Israel Teich. Honorials Are Dedicated Here at Adath Yeshurun Phi Siqs Name New Officers New officers who will serve Phi ii.ma Sigma Alumnae of Greater Miami during 1964-65 are Miss Aude> Borok. archion; Mrs. Sam Forn an, Mrs. Melvin Harrison, vice -chons; Miss Barbara Ossip. tribune; Mrs. Stephen Robbins, •cribe; Mrs. Bert Saul, bursar; | Mrs. Norman Sholk, financial secr. t.iry. Phi Sigma Sigma celebrated its 5trth anniversary in 1963 with a golden jubilee convention at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City. President of Beta Theta, local itive chapter at the University Miami, is Miss Roberta Steptin. NEW! FREE! A REVISED EDITION OF FAMOUS 24-YEAR HEBREW-ENGLISH CALENDAR Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. of Temple Adath Yeshurun, of No. Miami Beach, dedicated 54 honorials donated to the Temple clur, ing the past season at recent Friday evening services. Honorials include: Pulpit chairs, Mrs. Blanche Rosenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Beloff. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Liedman and Mr and Mrs. Max Meyers. Torah cradle. Mr. and Mrs. William Platt; tabs holder. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Rosenberg; skull cap receptacle. Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Wolf; entrance to sanctuary, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Roth; lecturns, Mr and Mrs Al Kessler. Founders plaques, Mrs. Lillian Solender. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gorin, Cantor and Mrs. Maurice Neu, Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Friedman, Mr and Mrs. Charles Rosenfeld. Mr. and Mrs Samuel Friedlander. Mr and Ms. Jacob Schoenleld. Mr and Mrs Abe Cohen. Mr. and Mrs Leonard Falk. Mr. and Mrs Al Kessler. Mr and Mrs. Martin Beloff. Mr and Mrs. Joseph Liedman, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Liedman. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Teich. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Skup. Jerome Linet. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Matz. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gross i and Mr. and Mrs. Yehuda Segal. Book of Life tChai). Mr. and j Mrs. Louis Kanarek, Mr. and Mrs Maurice Lichtenberg, Mr. and Mrs Adolph Kahn. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Falk. Mr. and Mrs. Max Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schoenfeld. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Diaz. Mr and Mrs. David Gelber. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Kulick. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Philips, Mr. and J Mrs. Louis Spector, Mr. and Mrs. Morty Kester. Mrs. Rose Alter. Mr. and Mrs Philip Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Belenson, Mrs. David F.lwitt, Mr and Mrs. Louis Teich. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schenk, Mr. and Mrs. Javk Teitle and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Matz. Prayer Book and Bibles, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Teitle and Mrs. Morty Kester. Clock; Mr. and Mrs. Matthew F.ttinger. Joseph Liedman, president of the congregation, made a presentation to the following, who comprise the daily minyan at the Temple; William Platt, religious i ice president and chairman of religious committee; Charles Smook. honorary vice president; Sam Rubenstein, Joseph Coldberg. Julius Newman. David Gelber. Harry S. Friedman, Irving Laufer. Adolph Mitchell. David Lit man, David Gorowitz. Eugene Fried, Joseph Greidlinger and Samuel Friedlander. The congregation and Sisterhood tendered a reception in honor ol the minyanaires after the ser\ ice. Cantor Maurice Neu chanted the liturgy at this service. BB Women Hold Functions B'nal B'rith Women'.Council of Miami and affiliated chapters held the following events during Ma> Coral Gables Bnai B'rith Chapter and Lodge presented the annual award to the Southwest High Schools outstanding science students. Miss Elizabeth Vollrath and Michael Goldbaum. • • During a meeting of Coral Gables BBW, held Tuesday at Hillel House, Leo Steinman, recipient of the "Outstanding Citizens Award.'' was honored. Judge Milton Friedman served as master of ceremonies. • Hialeah BBW presented its annual award to Miss Jenifer Dennis and Leonard Litzenger, seniors at Hialeah High, on May 13. The group's regular meeting v as held Wednesday evening at the Miami Skyways Motel. Pro:'am included a film on the NewYork Worlds Fair by Eastern Airlines • Gilbert J. Balkin Chapter and Lodge is having a .square dance or Saturday, May 30. at Suniland Civic Center. Ticket chairmen are Mrs. Ainslee Ferdie and Bernard Weintraub. We've been told: "For this you should get a medal! -All Hebrew dale* — d, Pittsburgh, l'a. 15J30. Golda Meir Will Install Officers Golds Meir Chapter of Pioneer Women will hold its installation coffee Wednesday, i p.m.. in the Algiers Hotel. Installing officer will be Mrs. : Milton Green, president of the Greater Miami Council. Program will feature Israeli folk songs by Mrs. Frances Packer. New officers are president Mrs Miriam Halperin; vtce presidents. Mrs Oscar Zeltzer, Mrs Anna Qukaro. Mrs. Meyer Kahn; record ing secretary. Mr< Abe Seltzer; f-nancial secretary. Mrs Sarah Shapoff; corresponding secretary. MrAnna Sorin BUd, M's Sophie Zohn; Mrs Isaac Pushkin, treasurer; parlimentanan, Mrs Nathaniel Soroff. Why? 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Poge 14-B *. fr>n i *t ftrridfirin Friday, May 29 Zionists Are Hosts to Meeting "Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Organisation of America j t„ host :in open meeting and special victors celebration on Thursdaj eventaf, May 28. %  ,m Kontainebleau Hotel. One of the bighlighta of the meeting was 10 be a free trip to Israel which was part of the Brick Campaign conducted by the Southeast Region Of the ZOA to help complete the region's dormitory at Kfar Silver Agricultural Training Institute in Ashkelon, Israel Additional prizewere to be a trip tor two to Nassau and a weekend for two al one oi the leading Miami Beach hotels Local districts were also to welcome Ben Ciller, president of the Miami Beach Ziom>t District, Abo will have jusi returned from Israel Twenty-two teachers were awarded Certificates of Honor in celebration of National Jew.sh Teachers Dav at the general membership meeting of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Certificates were distributed by Joseph Cohen, reelected president of th*> Buieau. Left to right third row) are Gregory Zvi Rosenkranz, Saul Porush, Hersch Berman, Avi Kay. George Goldberq. Rabbi Simon Azulav. Second row Among those participating in the Dentists Division evening on behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal at the Dupont Plaza Hotel were (left) Division Chairman Dr. Richard E. Deutch and guest speaker. Dr. Irving Glickman, of Tufts University, who spoke on "New Concepts in Periodontics." Right is co-chairman, Dr. Jack Mishkin, who was instrumental in arranging for Dr. Glickman's visit are Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau, George Saft, Mrs. Julius Sukenik, Mrs. Ruth Wagner. Mrs. Joshua Klein. Mrs. Dorothy Kaminetzky. accepting tot Benjamin Kaminetzky. deceased, Malka Robbins. Rebecca Lipson. Seated are Nathan Robinowitz, Mrs. Harry Perach-Kwitney. Mrs. Zv ; Feinstein, Mrs. Saul Porush, Nettie Goldstein, and Shushannah Greenberq Spector. Cardiac Hospital Charity Day Members of National Children's Cardiac Hospital manned a booth


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•ago 14-A • knlstrkrldHar Friday. Ma Browse m late Bv HllARY MINPllN Some Fascinating Considerations Other Than Scholastk HEBREW MYTHS. The Book of Genesis. By Robert Graves and Raphael Patai. 311 pp. Doubleday. $4.95. IT HAS LONG been noticed that many of the stories in %  the Bible, and particularly in Genesis, have their conn parts in the myths and legendry of other lands. Sir i; mes Frazcr's classic. "Folklore in the Old Testament." ^ es numerous examples, and the often-discredited but %  ys fascinating Immanuel Yelikovsky has offered per suasive events as of siicl conjecture on the historicity Deluge and the rain oi blood. Biblical ars find either feasible or accurate the ol othei peoples consequent appearance m the mythology Robert Graves, author oi more than ninety books, renowned as a pre., novelist, essayist, translator, "'tic and classicist, and Raphael Patai. director oi research of ine Theodor Herzl Institute. Biblical scholar, author and anthropologist, have collaborated on a book which much further in this kind of comparison than mosl schol Capitol Spotlight: By JESSIE HALPERN Official Washington Will Welcome Eshkol Washington O FFICIAL WASHINGTON will welcome Israel Prime Minister Lev! Eshkol this coming week as he commences a 12-day U.S. visit. While the West has viewed Soviet Premier Khrushchev's recent Cairo noises with annoyed concern, and last month's U.S. visit li> Jordan's KinHussein with household pest tolerance. Washington looks forward to Mr Fshkol's pn K nee here, not only because it is politically significant, but. indeed, will be a refreshing change As go Were Spying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL Compromising Liberty BISHOP FULTON J. Sheen ap peared before the House Judiciary Committee the other day •fid declared that the Supreme Court had "exceeded its competency" in ruling against prayers and Bible reading in public schools. Some will say it is brash to challenge Bishop Sheen on his own competency to comprehend the true essence of the issue. But Bishop Sheen is a strong partisan in the burning American debate •ver church-state separation: and as this nation wrestles with such a fundamental problem, overheated by passionate claims, perhaps Bishop Sheen had better take a fresh loek at the matter In his presentation before the House Judiciary Comnntte. the Bishop referred to the famous term, "'a wall of separation.'' as merely a phrase written by Thomas Jefferson in a letter to a Baptist group *t Oanbury. Conn This is a favorite approach for these now fiddling with the First Amendment to the Constitution. Well, let us leave Tom Jefferson out of it for a moment then and turn the pages of history back to what another ot our historical patron saints had to lay. I mean James Madison, the real daddy el the guarantee of religious freedom in our Constitution. In January, 1789. Madison urged the very First Congress to submit to the states for ratification amendments securing "all essential right-, particularly the rights of conscience in the fuflesl latitude." Eventually, Madison won his battle. In the course of that fight, he made a prophetic observation: "I confess that I do conceive, that m a Government modified like this of the United States, the great danger lies rather in the abuse of the com munity than in the legislative body The prescrip tions in favor cf liberty ought to be leveled against that quarter where the greatest danger fates, namely that which possesses the highest prerogative of power. But this is not found m either the executive or legislative departments ol government, but in the body of the people, operating l>> the majority against the minority." In the battle ever the Becker amendment — the leading proposal to circumvent recent important and inevitable Supreme Court decisions regarding public school prayers and the use ot the Bibli a medium of public worship in the schools — the obvious danger is that a thoughtless majority shall wrest from a defenseless minority the basic ri of freedom of conscience. A considerable part of the Protestant church apparatus in America realizes this. The Catholic magazines. "America," and "Commonweal. realise it. Reinhold Niebuhr and Harvard Law School Dean F.rwin Griswold both realize it and have conveyed their views to the House Judiciary Committee But unfortunately, many gallant voices are silent at a time when the nation most needs to bear from them. We have, therefore, the dreary proapact of seeing the Congress of the United States, for the first time in 172 years, actually modify the First Amendment and thereby lay this great country open to a host of constitutional modifications which could well carry away with them the foundations of our free, democratic society. Presumabh the Israeli Prim. M President Johnsoi will center then around three genera mutual int. -' Because ot ccntinuin Near Fa-tern stability particular^ b> the I VR an overall evaluation ol th. East "ill certainly be ol prime import Prime Minister Eshkol's sta> h. n While neithei Mass Khrus chev'S recent diatribercinl N ser's threats against Israel are n. obvious in recent weeks that in increas ot responsible people in Washing! the time is long overdue fol %  : %  %  %  vain ing ot l.S. polic) in the Near I Congressional pressures foi nev i Department action and polic> cl ing. A number oi Senat. incl Gruening, Democrat of Alaska Tl ocrat of Connecticut. Hugh Scott. Rep Pennsylvania and Philip Hart. I Mich igan — have been in the forefront stronglj L.S. aid to Egypt In complete!) cut Oil It known by this tune that Egyptian povertj continues to increase as Egyptian military strength grow> — thanks to l.S. support. From a practical viewpoint, the issue is obvious: Nasser is a genuine threat not only to I but to the entire Near Fast, the Nasserian threats can no longer be dealt with via polite and the State Department should know that Nassei intends to turn his verbal threats into reality Though apparently Nasser docnot promise immediate war against Israel, as Prime Minister Esh kol clearly stated last month, "the threat ol wai has not receded." Reflecting ., necessary quence of this situation. Eshkol a Idi maintain the deterrent strength ol I fense forces to frustrate th. s, advance, so that the verj the be just as ludicrouas it is Cl In practical terms, L'.S.-Is ..,11 of c< tirsc also be discussed. The l S expressed friendship toward Israi ation to come to the aid ol am Near I try threatened with violenc. late President Kennedy made tl this U s. position was reitei Deputy Assistant Secretary, ol in his "we will not stand idly bj the pro Arab Citizens Commute, I .;• Amei icy in the Middle Ka-t Additio ally who doubts the mights The Mate I support of th. s Yet it is known that Israelis feel that th. effective immediate meanol ...... • • \ .. ern aggression is sufficient military pow. vince Nasser that he would be beat situation. The state Department claims tl • \ knows he would be beaten: but this hardlv Israelconcern with Khrushchev's military and the presence ol German scientist %  Panorama: !" n ihej h.,v P u. is to take some 61 Hebrew "myths" and parallel ,k with ancient Near Eastern myths which exhibit sim? patterns or sometimes only an etymological coincid The book has been roundly criticized by a ^^** scholars who find, for example, that the equation f! with the Greek Hebe is capricious, as another simdmes ot names, and that the chronologies are jumbled that some of the correspondences with orif UiJ Pisa Ml1, r-tandaHj material are downright inaccurate. somewhat difficult to assess the value of the book'ln light of all the academic polemic which hasiirroundeit 1 I would submit, however, that (her. are considi ations other than the scholastic. Freud"lioasta Monotheism" was a masterpiece of analytical distorta? yet it made o mpeUiag insights. Reik's R tual andU.1 ligion" wrenched myths like taffy: yet it ma dt a DOBS which vvainescapable. The fact is th./ -olutely fascinating, and the theological i easily overcome bj even th) v tic we..ponII some ..I it is imagmatr. „, n not. those term-, it both Instructs \Samuel lohnson said, that's the purp Between You and /Me: By BORIS SMOIAR Herzl Press Success %  cation QUESTION ol lcomin. ion to the forefl %  ewiah life There -, n the part of all Jewish rterested in stienj nn-ciousness among In en Jew a ho t. boot 85 percent of l can Jewry — that .1. .. -'. i progiams must be made mere effective j they HI the younger generation of JwDr I nel Neumann, leader of the Jewish Agency, who has devoti .. t "I part of his life to stimulating Zionist Jewish knowledge, is one oi Ihoai %  -n lead' \".erua who not only speak of the need (of a better Jewish education but who also act, It w.idue to this initiative that the American on ot the Jewish. Agency ten yearago estabBshed the Herzl Press in New York — a publishing house to provide American Jewry with a hotter apBtion and understanding of the Jewish heritage I %  result •that this institution has receded is books during the years ol itexistthe American Jew to understand not and Zionist history, but al-o life in ntriea including Israel Six of the hooks Israel-American relations while Molten onaspects of lite in Israel achievements, itcultural institutions, its ;en its women, its politics and aati.. greater underatandii rsel w \ eri< an J< scholar!) works published bv th. Herri include books on Zionism, its philosophy, Mr role it played in uniting Jewi thi the world in striving for the establishment of I • .te Some of the Heral Press booki have : published in cooperation with k ling Am* bhshing houses, while other.were co-spooAmerican Jewish organisation.* H..v i his expectations confirmed l Ks BO planning a one-volume ::Miou-word edia of Zionism and Israel aa n' for -tudents. scholars and writers, which n* hopes to publish soon Editor, of the li n Pr Hapliael Patai, who ivery proud -.fty of the bookpublished and of the caliber ol th. ot these books By DAVID SCHWARTZ Major Impact of Yiddish on English Language |N THE GREENWICH Villag. which cater.to the avanl tellectuals, we across weekissue ..t an old friend ken, clynik" (Don't ban.. ,,,, the -ame issue, we ran into anoth. Iish old timer, the word 'chut/,,,!, Apparently the intellectuals they don't go to "-Imp K they cannot get a raj from liable "".Maine LoBhen." a o i ,„ v. l( |. "'" Pwt Bialik was speak in Yiddish. siIggested'thatTh '--ad. "All right."" sa I. ,' k "" we'll speak Hebrew yo time Actually the word "chutmah" ,. but was incorporate,, „„„ y t "£ n > H'W, entering English Houghlv ch t ua '" '"' .. bu,,,,r do., t'l;**; -n* mm h blithe old re in an en nish comes in handy When the Hel America, an acquaintance with wh uggested that th.-v said Bialik, pah" has a kind of ganc ("but/. %  .as a Kinn oi quintessence about it no. 7 l """" j "" '",'.rt";,'; 1 ;:; 1 ,,:.:;:: |* n the fellow who killed inpar. <' brought Into court, pleaded for mercy that he was an orphan. Chutzpah" is a terrible thing It eductive and there is something eerily lJ 1 '""* about "chut/pah.'' The Talmud haa that God yields to the man with "chutzpah "Hak mt kem chvnik" .Don't bang roughly, -hut up. quit your nonsense, but quite convey the meaning because "Don; is more poetical It conveys a visual itnagi person ..round you banging a teapot You what nonsense is that fellow up to? Be 00d that the Yiddish expression evokeThere no reason why such words KM) n %  < b '' L B 'nto the English language. English has takenJ""j u "' BMe I lt of nice Hebrew words like Mallei"^, v.bbath and jubilee. Of late, it sems to have '"' •ome of the less nice words. A friend was "^ other day of a non-Jew who frequently used U" ~ methuggener" which he apparently learned i""" ig* mid th"*'



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L h % %  *• ,i,. 0(/< ornan s njjoM eJewish Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday. May 29, 1964 Section B Opti Mrs. Will be Led By Mrs. Louis Pilzer M/SS LIUIAN GOODMAH MRS. HAW FLATOff hrong Due at Fete or Mrs. Platoff Here dt preview coffees and eral of the 15 groupol hami Beach Chapter ol ah this week Insured a relance at the Hadaasah S r,-t Sixteen" Annivcr ncheon at the Doral Beach ". Monday la champagne reception at will precede the luncheon at which Mrs. Harry Platoff will receive the t.i Szold Israel Bond Award. Platoff. initial Israel Bond .an for Hadaasah in Greatmi when the first issue was cd 13 years ago. will be cited r lifetime of leadership tor and II.id,i-.-..ii Adams, television comedy and .i dhor of several besthumorous books, will pre* ,1 show at the luncheon / Dover. Consul General %  I who has headed Israel's ate for the Southeastern states for the past three has chosen this luncheon farewell to the South Flor. i-h community ill represent the State ol i the presentation to Mrs Chairman of the aftair is Hiss Lillian Goodman, immediate past president ol the Miami Beach t hapter, who also has been in the forefront of Israel Bond activities since the program began in 1951. Working with her are Mis Nal Barth, present chapter president; Mrs Fred Jonas, co-chairman; Mrs Dorothy Krieger Kink and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, honorary chairmen; and the presidents of the 15 groups which com prise the Beach Chapter. Presentation of a special Israel Book ot Honor to Mrs. Platoft bearing the signatureot the piesi dents, officers and leaders of the (hapter and all ot its groups will be another highlight of the lunch eon. All past presidents of the Beach Chapter and Miami Beach women who served ..s presidents ol the Greater Miami Chapter which pre ceded il are serving as honorary patron presi ents oi the luncheon Last year, the Miami Beach Chapter was cited at the national convention of Hadaasah in Pittal.urgh for leading the country in Israel Bond -ales and purchases, Annual installation of officers of the Upti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach will take place at-the Barcelona Hotel next Wednesday noon. Theme of the day is "graduation," and will be dedicated to the outgoing officers. The program was written and will be narrated by Mr.-. Murray Gilden. Mrs. Louis Pilzer. who is being promoted from the vice presidential ranks to the presidency, has been an active member of many organizations during the past. An officer and board member of Biscayne Elementary PTA and member of the Board of Directors of Temple Menorah Sisterhood and the Angel Chapter of Hope School. %  she was vice president of B'nai j B'rith. member of Greater Miami i Chapter of Deborah and other or; ganizations in the community. She lives with her husband and ; two children at 7815 Noremac Ave., Miami Beach. Other officers to be installed, are vice presidents. Mrs. Seymour SUverman, Mrs Leonard Platt and Mrs. Jerry Undenbaum; treasurer. Mrs. Sam Hirsch; recording secretary. Mrs. Frank Nankin; coneponding secretary, Mrs. Irving Kern, social secretary. Mrs. Bill Click Mrs. .lames Karg. lieutenant governor of Opti-Mrs. of District 4. will officiate as installing officer. MRS. 10UIS PUZER ) n J ALITE •-._ < (MOL NEWEST BEACH COVER THE BEACH SPONGE bv ISABEL GRCVE -tep toward a month tour of the Orient lor Trudy rschlag was a jet flight to ncisco Trip across fie in Honolulu will be I i-i in that direction -pinned the Atlantic 11 TtUDr NAMftSCNUS '•r •* Orient times • Exotic places on the itinerary are Tokyo. Hong Kong. Bangkok and Singapore.and then %  return to Honolulu for a stay long enough to sight-see all the Hawaiian Islands .. First stop back on the United States West Coast will be Los Angeles, where the efferve-.cut Trudy has a date to meet her -on. Dr. Harry II. Hilton, who spends hisummon as a consultant on Aerojet Winter-, he's professor of aeronautics and astron.ui tics at the University <>f Illinois Trudy, a seasoned traveler. Is %  mo an expert packer POT her extensive summer jaunt, She planto carry one bag weighing SO pounds, leaving room for 11 pounds to be added en route Intrepid Trudy has ajread) chosen the area for next year trip. South America, one of the few places in the world she hain't already ca-t knowing eye. Mrs Ruth F. Cooper, long time resident of Miami Beach, looking forward to visit from son Melvin and wife. Dr. Leah Bedell Cooper, traveling with daughter. 16 monthold Debbie Ruth hasn't seen her grandchild since -he visited Continod n P9 •"• Soaks up water and compliments with equal ease! Don it over your barest bikini or marvelous maillot Catalina makes it of light and cool Antron* nylon! Pink white, yellow white. royal white, green white, $15. Solid white, black, yellow, orange, pink or blue, $12. S-M-L. beachwe*'. third floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI ll all 6 Burdme'j ItoTM I sunshine fashions > BURD I 1ST 'DOWNTOWN MIAMI. DADEIAND MIAMI BEACH. 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER FT IAUDERDAIE, WEST PAIM BEACH I



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Psre 4-3 +j€i*tFkriH3r Friday. Mcv ;: By EDYTHE SCHiNDLER Controversial Man and His House of Art acquiring pretty n Basa comforu • have resortcl to c definiai self ::..: paae far an ad I .. .. ... .._. .. is big—pestore. L bmkL and the be has HUBaged to hare boused is Miami Beach new Museum of Art u ooe tag archetype — the seifedocated poor immigrant wbo hacked Mi -ay -.o the top of the heap a-hiie ae*er abandoning his E-roptan reverence for cut tare John Bass -s the %  iBiifirr ted the City of ILiarr.: Beach to spend S160.000 reco••ai^g MB c4d library on Park Ave and 21-: II Now M:: Beach has an Art Museum complete with canned music and red -pet Voder -.1 chanCCapprobation, for th< OS* }omn BASS eeffare c J'. -. Ei %  Museam as the Lincoln Center of M:arr.. B< I ... tad ... erne.-.; before the ::•----"" --• .-_:. vade • • )ung peop.-t U VBi oV : r '• %  •" atone* Planrurvj Boo* -----in which be %  • *e c HOB : • art Maaj only b<: a cJost pthe 7 -. to the %  %  Reservations Up for Annual Installation Of Jewish Women's Federation Officers He = %  rure I Be*. aid S %  L Meyers as j: an. presir***+<^*>*<+>~**~ >^w*\—-"wi—-*w>_^www^w*wwu>>'ww i J TFMPIE EMAM-EL DAY (AMP CUB SEVENTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR JUNE 15 to AUGUST 7 limdtr the PerseaeJ Bali— toad Ot. IffYINC UNtatAM aad Direct hi ad AI/ITO* F£/NSTfr* Victory lest recter aad Mead football CMC*, Miami Brack Staiar High School FREE BUS SERVICE FOR BROCHURE Call JE 8-2503 Or Write 1701 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. ATHLETICS sad SWIMMING SYNAGOGUE CENTERED Hail TUPS ond OUTINGS DftAMATrCS-SINGING ond DANCING WEEKLY SABBATH SERVICE Asthmatic Unit To End Season Mrs Jerry Re>nick Ml duct the • The Miami Beac r .'.-.• tic ChildrDdation. uled for 8pm. Ot at Chase Federal on \ "AH fill %  ere to i NOW ACCEPTING ENROLLMENT FOR 1964 SEASON Camp AKIVA SUMMER ACADEMY FEE INCLUDES UN0E1 THE EXPCtlENCB LIADMSHIP or Rabbi Stoatey I. Wens, Irvis Mowtgonery, • FREE BUS TRANSPORTATION i* FREE KOSHER HOT LUNCHES '* FREE SWIMMING INSTRUCTX>NS IN OUR PRIVATE POOl • FREE HEBREW INSTRUCTIONS I STUDY • FREE BAR MiTZVAH LESSONS • SPACIOUS GROUNDS FOR SPORTS • INDOOR SPORTS ARTS CRAFTS • OUTINGS TRIPS_ FOR FURTHER I V FORMATION WRITE: CAMP AKIVA SUMMER ACADEMY phone JE 1-7919 1021 BIARRITZ DRIVE, MB. or %  ectoi Born a"d • --na W..n. he nt to ttead of being • study art. self taught ir.d then alien in .14 His f.rst job I of promi>e a* a piano n:y convinced him that jng on the golden He mad. hi* choice — irl of bosioeat wnich promomfort and power Who i dare break a promise to His coffers over Collector is Restless 7 • %  there came the time for ring .: is rWas his ffirm him%  n get lost. If % %  nd M plas^'; the red carpet h %  prods, he to • ators -A ho h into his Temple p* aee For ther the Temple and r> • Talk about Cfcag; anger overflows I nize religion or n:,r art. says John Ba>Cenfused Purpcse Talk about Miami Fseaeh. avj John Bass says tha tensely disappoints — -^ .7^ .I\*i>h communty • • shouM have been more h. in ha project And then talk abevr a naughty grin clairre am thered face. "Sure ] rael. he declares .. ., aea Catholic Church vet) • ( hibit in a %  Wllli i j lem CAMP I .. • : the CJA cai went over its J Help.r.g to piar. •..*•.are Mrs. Sol Goldstein. |: Mil Larry Fnedlanc rr.ents. Mrs. Jean C. Ltendance. %  4 or 8 rYLEKSf AGES 6 t IS L ROUNDED PPOGRAM on Cfrtified fdvcoteM MANAGEMENT OWNED AND OPERATED For Information now, call HI 5-35£5 INDIAN LAKE CAMP For BOYS For GIRLS 6 to 16 BUSHKILL. PENNSYLVANIA la Tfcr Bumliful ••caaa Ma>aiai • 41 Ttors of lehmon Fomil, Dirti. • Accredited Member of Aaterkoa Caaajiaf Assn. aad oapre.ed by Penao. Deft. •< Health. • Fall proarom of load and woter taarts, aatdaar camp -c natart drama ndma crafts. • Eiaeneaced corefwlly selected caaasehprs. • Comptr porticiaotian in plonnma ol ed wjfer skiin9, 1000 acre• Mly eciu.ppecl *' '***! %  S^a-att Sanrkts •attfskiiag aad ethe. tawtv 'lath Call M,„ Willlmmt Far fM Detail, i^OtaUA Office: 1451 N Boyskar* Driv Miami 32. Florida F 1 7858 FR 9-8401



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Page 8-A -jfmittnrrMi^r Fridcy. KM M 1%4 By EDWARD COHEN New Horizons Opening for June Stevens "Grata ^ Italian otjajai tOrd* I kr. age.— and H i frequentl;. % %  ;. wkil eei I -s ~a: — f — t G: :-•;--eopJe Oe*-a-3 Kvl • T- a*•* %  tne Mwaed •* "xec w-s -•.*-H -eoe—v a'thotan • -as -e' r—;TTer is ci"'Bl'9-— •' > o -cited appreciative audience tn Democratic Washington. Her Local Debut Accord a Miaou. he altcrc u seOmj very weii —bM lien tbe Cbad Mocbefi Trto. •foays scO. I nerer bear 1 iboa of • r to mo• %  %  %  I .'ack sisti and %  — %  stations V r item -i %  %  i f 1 %  Tnos who krv Mrs i_ed a betl • a ca — .. MUS'C IS MRS BERNARD S^E-ES: =-: NESS 1 • show .0 4 v aADA WJ*> %  n Washington a 'm years There I s — my ">d9crt o a^e *e %  :s s *"* sor o* b'os;:-•: -:-# MMM 90>3 .0 ces ; %  ?:=* %  • —* Ee'Y Brothers %  ne .:-> %  ? C B'*n C cdwraa, >:-• eft —e c; = — Ike Juliet = •:,* r. • III ~~*vb ts teer recec-. eipe.-.*Bce as a peronser jt Sunday at tise Fed -ratfoc s aamial dinier. aad her -bow-stoppi-j "debot" at tbe foxr of tbe American Jtyr -ral eek; before. Pressure Seen Down To Pass Becker Amendment Cent.nwod front Paoe 1-A T~-a* s tafoa as mair, ttmm Frank Becker Mew York Repwe'i l er don* a soio in pweIkan. he chanoed thoir minds. k. and I have a feolina I reoUy •ke oeno .0 there under the soor.or.tv The first was on : r < *** -'P** xpre*.^. err-eroen positien • — *<. <, „ "1 thoory ana pracc* %  %  iih: --. • a e.a^roos excreiM 011 can't go r less... You n't get more! ECONOMY GROUP FARE NEW YORKISRAEL* EUROPE Vfcl tobbi Stern on TV %  ***n of Betr. Jacob Crjcz: ^*" ^* beard or Voice "or oti. oc ELAL Only *:*35 round trip! 1 Tr! \; r tmjrltrj-l AI...twat"s tke w to tea "i LI At > t'coaoaay Crwa* Fare. It* tu, -r(.l •!. \ El Al k't a tria tha,", .prfi., wwb a c.a.t.1 SEt I Cootocl ,.-.= .e' cg-ntor ~. 6 1602 WaabfogiM \v, V!,.,,..; B^ek. R.. JE 1-S44 I



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Page 8-B +.k>ist tkrktian Friday. M av :?. WOMAN OF THE WEEK Sylvia Kaplan as a youngster was a little busy-body, interesting herself in other peoples lives and managing by hook or crook to help them achieve what they wanted most. She grew up into a capable woman with the same good Samaritan purpose. In high school, she was active in the Big Sister Movement, the Brooklyn Child Guidance Movement. Although it was heart-breaking work, she continued it through college, graduating from Adelphi cum laude. She taught kindergarten and worked during the summer in the New York Federation playgrounds. It was a long courtship until the day she married Irving Kaplan. They lived in the same building, and Sylvia attended his Bar Mitzvah. then waited until he graduated from Harvard Law School. The Kaplans can say with pride. "My Three Daughters!" and Sylvia says "Mj Three Accomplishments." Beth, the eldest, is married to Dr. Stewart Wald and the mother of the Kaplans' first grandchild. Erica Lynne. Bonnie is finishing her junior year at the University of London, and Laura will be at%  v tending George Washington I'niIrving gave up his practice to enter the war as a marine chemist. After the war was over they mcved to Miami Beach in 1949. Sylvia continued with the organization work she had done up north. She has had her finger and a pro idency in many organizations, including president of North Beach Parent Teachers Organization, president of Temple Beth Sholom PTA and Sisterhood, and president of American Jewish Congress. Currently, she is vice president cf American Jewish Congress Division of the South Florida Region and chairman of the Board of Education of Temple Beth Sholom. In helping an organization working toward democracy. Sylvia feels that as a Jew. she is fulfilling her destiny, while helping the battle against injustice in the world. Dcn't just preach tolerance and justice, practice it." and that is exactly what Sylvia does Althoueh her husband has a string of cafeterias — Toby's — Sylvia does her own cooking, A mother of three girls has to know how to sew. but recently Sylvia ha.s developed this talent to -uch an extent that she makes some of her own clothes. In the summer, when organizations go to sleep. Sylvia reads — and reads and reads. The Kap lans seldom miss an opera, theater, or lecture. Sylvia, incidentally, has gone back to teaching. She can handle it easily along with her organizational work. A dose knit family, the Kaplans are somewhat clannish. When the grandbaby was able to travel from California, there were 21 verv hectic days in Miami Beach during which the whole family, including Auntie Bonnie from London, got together to marvel at the beginning of a new generation. Nurses Hold 'Fair' at Sinai snviA Marsten : Posner Exchange Vows At Emanu-EI Now ,.11 B honeymoon trip thi the northern United States and Canada, the former Susan Gail Posner and R> Eari Marsten were married on Sunday evening. May 24. at Temple Kinanu Kl. with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating A reception at the Doral Beach Hotel followed the ceremony. For the wedding, the bride chOM a short gown of white silk peau de soie with empire lines and pearl beaded bodice A pearl beaded alencon lace jacket with elbow sleeves and scoop neckline enhanced the sleeveless gown. A matching beaded alencon lace crown held a triple tier of French illusion. Attending the couple were Mrs. Ray Douglas, the bride's sister, and Ray Douglas, best man. Parents of the nevvlyvveds are Mr and Mrs. Sam Posner. Ft. Myers, and Lt. Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. Herman Marmelstein. of Somerville, N. J. New Mr and Mrs Marstcin will live at 1472 University Ter.. Ann Arbor. Mich., where both attend the University of Michigan The Westview Lists Board Members At Election Here President Ferd Weatvien Cousitry I nounced the results ol election to the Board df Westview Country Club. Ri-elected to three j were B. J Wagner, i TreLstor and Carl Wi Newly elected ni. Daniel Gilmao and Willii Wcintrauh New din installed at a meeting : ;:n last week Annual election of office. Westview Country Club w. held on Thursday. June i< complete report and revk Westview*! expansion pre and the addition <>f new facilities will be discussed The social season will h maxed by the annual Foi.. Day informal dinner dance a club on Saturday evening, \; %  f I •i* lard • of b A of %  %  the M. W. i in rKahi Ufi. HOY AMMTIN bride i* in her junior year, the bridegroom is a senior. lit. Sinai Hospital's Department Of Nursing and Nursing Education sponsored a "fair" on Wednesday. n the Louis E Wolfson Auditorium. The day was devoted to vis ual. teaching procedure demonstrating; new medical and nursing techniques and equipnu;.t Emergency equipment and pro cedures, including usage of the new heart pacemaker and cardiac -.-citation equipment, were on in addition to the latest dis posable equipment available and ARDMORE STUDIO ESTABLISHED SINCE 940 JE1-3415 Spec io< *' e id Sigmond, who plan to live in Long Island, \ V Ral in M ix A Lipschitz officiated at the nuptials field at lieth Torah Congregation, where %  < reception followed. Attending the c o u i> I e were Sharon Sigmond and Sandy V' i maid and in 'run ol honor; Michael Goldberg best num. Nathan Sigrrond. David Alter. Saul Stein, Norman stem and Larry Lustgarten, ushers Daughter ol Mr and Mrs Sid nej Goldtx 12655 NK Miami PI.. ihe bride ia graduate ol N rth Miami Senior Huh and attended Florida College of Medical Techno l< -> Her husband also gra luatc North Miami S 'nioi High and attended the I 111vi -11j ni Florida. His par i nts arc Mr and Mi Josi ph llicksville, 1. I Warmer to Wed Cleveland Girl Alice Carol Joseph i (V. will be the Jane win Mack Wanner, Natalie Weiner, 985 I sw .:• Daughter of Mr. sn I Mrs M Joseph, the bridi rlccl ti aching hard of lie n the Cleveland publn ->'v sduate of Shaker If '. School and Ohio Inn i Her fiance is a gri nhersity of Miami si m the I S \t an internal revenue The couple will b< nuinity Tempi' 1 m June 21. Knights Have Rank Conferred used in hospitals. These included disposable hypodermic syringes and dressings of various types. The program is a part of the 1 teaching program at Ml Sinai. The "'procedure fair'' was under the supervision of Mrs. Adeline Haiduck. assistant director of nursing education, with school faculty members. Mrs. Alice Guterman and Mrs Anna Green bcr. Inc. Seventeen candidates-in-w aiting had the rank of knight conferred upon them at the last regular meeting of the George Gershwin Knights ol Pythias Lodge on Monday evening at Hibiscus Tem pie. The Ladies' Auxiliary held a regular meeting to eleel the new slate of officers for the coming year. LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • REPAIRING Serving Dad* Counfy Over 25 Years 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 ALEX M. SUTTON Sufton Optical Service 810 LINCOLN LANE PH. 534-0539 between lincoln rd. & 17th st. just west of meridian A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 BETSY ROSS JimilRS %  t & Rep-orti ct'on cBracel-'s s E.irnnon • P R,n \ "••tyi.nfl • R. pa (t and J.welry 19570 Bov Harbor Ter. Ph. 844-38431 Uav '' indj Following eli lion< M Jack paid tribute to thi off ici I Directors for t tear lerick Zeig r is < %  r ul thi WEDDINGS ARE VERY SPECIAL WITH EXOTIC GARDENS" FOR EXAMPLE. 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