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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY [oiurrie 37 Number 14 Miami, Florida. Friday, April 3, 1964 Two Sections — Price 2f Sen. Ernest Grueninq, ot laska, will speak at the 1slel 16th anniversr^v d>nnr loncring Mr. and Mrs. Sam Plank in Miami Beach on Ipr. 19. The Democratic legklalor returned from an jrthquake damage inspec3n tour oi Alaska this week. se story. Page 8-A.) Hen. Alber' Gore, ol Tennes^ke. v/ill be quest speaker at %  ZOA 16th anniversary cele^Bration of the State of Israel B honor of Mr. and Mrs. fcharles Charcowsky on Apr. K. (See story. Page 12-A.) Rcse Halprin ilected Head if Agency By Special Report [JERUSALEM — Mrs. Rose L. Dlprin, of New Lork. was this pek named chairman of the JewJi Agency-American Section by ke Executive of the Jewish Agcnm for Israel meeting now in Irusalem, She succeeds Dr. imanucl Neumann, who for the st year has served as chairman. [Mrs. Halprin. who has been ac \e in Zionist affairs for over 30 ears, is the only woman member the Executive of the Jewish gency of which she has been a (lember since 1946. She is a former national president of Hadassah, having servled from 1932 to 1934 and from |1947 to 1951, and it now an honContinued on Page 3-A Arabs Walk Out of Afro-Asia Meet As Israel Admitted for First Time GENEVA—(JTA I—Fighting bitterly against the seating of Israel as a member of the 62-nation AfroAsian bloc attending the United NationConference on Trade and Development here. Arab delegations walked out of tne Afro-Asian caucus Mondaj in protest against Israel's participation. The Aim Asian bloc, a strong group oi members at United Na I inn Headquarters in New York. voted in recognize Israel's right to fill and equal participation in the caucuses ol the members representing the Asian and African states. When the caucus opened, the group, with Israel represented bj Moshe Bartur, Israel's permanent representative at the UN's Geneva headquarters, decided to take a public stand against cooperation with South Africa and Portugal, due to the racist policies .u those governments. As soon as that topic had be?n completed, R. J. Lall, of India, chairman of the caucus, announced: "Now that our main work is done, I propose that we disperse for the duration of the Conference and resume our consultations, should these be needContinued on Page 6-A 'SPIRITUAL ANCESTRY' NOTED Cardinal Cushing Acknowledges Christianity's Debt to Judaism SHATTERED 3Y UNEXPECTED SHOCK Communists in West Disturbed Over Red Anti Semitic Book BOSTON—(JTA)—A call to Christians to remember that "'the spiritual ancestry of Christians is Jewish" an i that the Christians are "the sons oi Abraham, Isaac and Jacob" as are the Jews, was voiced here by Richard Cardinal Cushing in an Easter message. "Lenten reflection," cardinal Cushing declared, "makes us realize again that Christ was born a Jew. Mary and Joseph were Jews. Christ worshipped in the synagogue. His disciples were Jews, lie said Jewish prayers. He observed the .Jewish Holy Days, lie revered the bonks sacred to the Jews and to us. The Golden Ru'e that Christ preached was taug : in the temple The Lords Prayer' that Christ gave his disciples is almost identical with the sacred Kaddish that begins; Extolled and Hallowed be the name of Cud. May His Kingdom come and His will be done in all the earth.' "Christians must r e m e m h e r when Jews do not accept Christ as the Promised One. they do not reject the i eals that Jesus pleached: humility, justice, mercy, brotherhood, love. The spiritual Continued on Page 3-A NEW YORK—(JTA)—Communist discipline in the West was shattered this week by continuing shock over the publication-in the Soviet Union of the anti-Semitic "Judaism Without Embellishment." Communist parties and sections in France. Britain, Italy, the United States and Sweden rebuked the Soviet Union with varying degrees of indignation and demanded action to halt distribution of the book and to punish those responsible for its writing and distribution. The demands were without precedent in Communist party relations. A highlight of the debate which has wracked the parties "was an exchange between Neue Presse, the Yiddish-language paper of the Jewish section of the French Communist party, and Novosti, the Soviet press agency, which specializes in rebutting charges of bias against the Soviet Union. In an extraordinary action, Neue Presse formally called on Novosti for an explanation of how such a book could have been published. Novosti replied that T. Kitchko, the author, perhaps had not carried out his task "in the best way" but that he had acted under the Soviet constitutional guarantees of the right to conduct anti-religious propaganda. Neue Presse flatly rejected the reply, asserting that "the book ought to be withdrawn immediately from circulation as harmful to the L'SSH. that an investigation ought to be made as to bow it was possible that the book and its cartoons could have appeared and that proper measures ought to be taken to see that such books should not be permitted to appear in the Soviet Union." The cartoons were ol a type described in the West as in the tra.ition of the worst published in Der Stuermcr. by Julius' Streicher, the most rabid of the Nazi anti-Semites. L'Humanitc, the official organ of the French Communist party. reprinted the original Neue Presse denunciation of the book, and then reprinted the Neue Presse rejection of the Novosti reply. Such pro-Soviet organizations in France as the Movement for Peace and Against anti-Semitism and the Organization FranceUSSR also assailed the book. The I eft l e a ning "Liberation" demanded that those responsible be punished "in accordance with Soviet laws against the promotion of racism." The Italian Communist party said, in commenting on the Novosti reply, that no excuses could justily the book's "classic antiSemitic" cartoons and aske:l the Soviet Government to "isolate" the book under Soviet laws against anti-Semitism. The European Writers Union sent Continued on Paqe 11-A Archbishcp of Canterbury A3sclvci Jews of Crucifix Son LONDON l JTA I T h e Arch I ishop of Canterbury declared this week that it was wrong to try to place the blame lor the crucifix ion of Jesus on the Jews alone. The Archbishop. M i c h a e I Ramsey., made the statement in a letter to the London Diocesian Council for, Jewish-Christian Understanding. "The important fact is that the crucifixion was the clash between the love of Cod and the sintulness (Mid selfishness of the whole human race.'' the Archbishop wrote. "Those who crucified Christ are, in the true mind of the Christian Church, representatives ol the whole human race and it is not for anyone to point a finger of resentment at those who brought Jesus to his death but rather to see the crucifixion as the divine judgment upon all humanity tor choosing the ways of sin rather than the love ol God. We all must see ourselves judged by the crucitixion." Niemcller Says Protestants Bear Guilt With Catholics NEW YORK—(JTA)—Protestants as well as Catholics were guilty of an un-Christian silence during the Nazi holocaust against the Jews of Europe, a derman Protestant pastor who spent seven years in a concentration camp for delving Hitler, said this week. Sent to Front for Shunning Murder BRUNSWICK, W. Germany— JTA I—A former SS Major told a| court trying five other former SS \ officers OO charges of slaughtering i 5.200 Jews this week that he had | been court-martialed for refusing; to obey a wartime or;lcr to round up Jews and shoot them. Franz Klaus. 63. was a prosecution witness ;iuamst tlie five former officers of the Second Cavalry Regiment of the SS. They were accused of complicity in the killing ol the Jews in Pinsk in White Russia. The five defendants have contended that refusal to obey orders to kill the Jews in Pinsk would have meant their own execution. Klaus testified that he was reduced to the rank of private and sentenced to five years in jail for his refusal, The sentence was later lommuted to permanent service In front-line "suicide commando" squads on the Russian front. Former Gen. von Dem BachSelewski, now serving a life sentence for the murder of Jews and partisans during the war, al>c t-'tfi-d. H tM "I doubt if Gestapo head Heinrich Himmler Continued on Pa.ge 5-A Rev. Martin Niemoeller. one of six co-presidents of the World Council of Churches, made the assertion in an article in ChristianIt) and Crisis. the intellectual journal of the Protestant movement. Discussing the controversy over "The Deputy," the play which accuses the late Pope Pius XII of failing to speak out against the Nazi genocide, Rev. Nieomoeller asserted that Protestant churches had no right "to excuse and to acquit themselves" of the charge made by West German playwright Rolf Hochhuth in his play. Leading Catholics have called the play and its charge unfair and slanderous. Rev. Niemoeller declared that all ol Christianity was guilty of having "refused to follow its master" in the European situation.



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Page 2-A vjmlstincridBan Friday. April 3. 1964 I l.. k 1 day ii:i'' -' %  I 1 '" „.II n( Mr. uml Mi I'. I I. -'Hi % %  : i:..-. nihul. ... .. inlio i" Final days of Passover are brinmarked beginning with services Jh Thursdaj evening, Apr. 2. and continuing Friday and Saturday, Apr. |SRAE L ,„ s Euoiid v. 3 and 4. Services on Saturday will include the traditional Yizkor mem^"odc R..bb,' Dav.d Le.ut.eid. orial for the departed. Special Passover services are a'.-.i scheduled cantor Abraham s TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLI.Y T W OOO '331 S. 14 • Reform Rabbi Samuel Jafie. MltsvaJi: Larry, rminy H a.m. %  %  \ : ,1 1.. :-. I'l.iv. I .l.i I .ii.I Mr*, l-.nli"Thr l'.-i.m\. TEMPLE BETH SH 4H. 7jon %  .20 thSt. Rec uwt i uctionltt Rabbi UIIU. 1V ...•_ v.^f-*... -i I'.! i S-'l till > for Friday and Saturday evenings. Seme Liberal and Retorm con{^ gregations mark only one concluding daj of Passover. AGUDATH ISRAEL. 780! Carlyle ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. .. |0 |l.m. rel li ll ''•'> of II In l II. i. j SH .i H. >-•. i i tin : I-. M i 1 '.-..ill % %  -.• % %  •• •• %  i .. Kvi -. i i. • Sal 1.1 .>< f>:3n a.n > llkm l:3n .. m •-• %  > %  on • Tii. Kiiilngur l Camn • AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION. 985 SW 6.th Ave. Ortncoox. Cantor .traei Kerahner. Thursday 8:36 |i.m. I rlcla> H a.m. mi.i i; .'.II ii.ni. t-aturrta} 9 a.m. ^ .' %  k..i M. in..rial Sirvlt-wi l":'.' K.in. • — ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative. Raooi Abraham Schwartz. • — EETH DAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con• ervative. Raboi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W L'Dion. K ..:. > .. %  i %  .ii Saturday 9 a.m. Ylikor Mt-imiri.tl Si %  — iu:3u u.m. p. rvlceu in 'hiiiiel 8:3u ii.m. CANDLELIGHTING TIM 21 Nisan — 6 :19 p.m. ii.. ... II.Ml, vlrw ''" u.m [ MIAMI BEACH ETZCHAIM.W Wa'hinqfn ivo Orthodox. Rioni abraham Strassfeld. T1..H-.1. t I %  ',. \ !: s. „ n %  ,.,-... i. %  • M.NYONAIRES CONGREGATION., 3737 Bud Rd Modern Traditional. OHEV SHALOM 9" Norma "?, y h d r r Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeai Weberman. SOUTHWEST "CENTER, 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. RabUi Zevi Greenw.iin Tliuis.i.o i. u.m. KrWay 9 "• %  J^*,* 1 3ETH TFILAM. 935 Euchd ave. Or"^i.^"*"*.!* "salunlaj a m RacKovsky Orthodox, tary. Ralph Krieger, aecre tl.idox. Rabbi Joseph E. 3ETH TORAM IMtl. st. and NE IHtl ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschiti. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum s. • H ilny -: l.'i a in. YlKK.ir > rvlec .ni.l S111".I ''i %  %  '"• in. .II : "\Vi ..rial Ki I i;. mix r." 1 y./.i, .i Mi-m BETH EL. 500 SW 17tn av Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. r h ;:-.l.i\ .'.:1*. I'.m. Ilda> *i:3il a.m. — w Uermon: -.'n*lii|i Into Kieniom." B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW n>3rd St. i in. Ifivi-nlng nervier. SaturConservative. Rbbi Harold Richter. da> 8 10 i 111, Visitor 10 am. SriCantor Joel L-rner. i "nenipniiiBilnn our l'n*i." Thumdnv :I3 )i.m. Krldaj S:30 a.m. BETH l8RAeL.71140th8t. Orthodox. *•; %  w Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. -""' %  da) 6:2 %  |>m. I-', i lay C| % %  m %  ,, ,,,. Sermon: "K mint**, "•••'^" the V'in Ii i Ki ill lll|l i%  n .-. : rda) :• >. r .. I..... ..HI i SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645 Collins Ave Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmias. Ki liln.N %  p i'i Saluril:i) ^•" :l !l ~' 111..11: "Kxuil I' I"TEMPLE ADATH'VESHURI'N 10?' NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. canto. Maurice Neu. ThuiHday B::i0 |i r r*r >>: irllluli: \^ It. ii in.•• %  .....^.-. Tnui'llilIIV •....'' I''" i ...... .im.iia 6:13 ii.m, Haturda) • %  %  ';'' I n ml 13 p.in *"Vi •. 10:36 .in Sermon: "The .,1 ] %  -.... ,i.. ( n Sn v ; i %  # UlH.,h„ ,11" i.n, .-., ; • ',.'. Mill, ha i.:l". 1' "1 \l. ...... %  m 1:1 iiVixk.'l 111 FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. Thuriula) 8:13 r m. I riila) n ,.f Man." '• 13 p.m. Kvfninii -' %  — Satu %  Sermon: The -.."I of Man Vlzkm II in. FT. LAUDERDALE EMANL'-EL. '801 E. Andrews ave Reform. Rabbi Rictwr a M. Levitin. • SRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Sliniary.hu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. BETH JACOB. 301-3M Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiuor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Thti ndi • %  1 Ii.m Prld %  m .-• n i.i thai Stands Bi i %  • -ii !'• • eduin .i. i Siavi ... % %  • ,. ii : :\. iiinHI n l. I-B. Sal urda) i s .. ii \*izkor Tt a. V xk in-H -.,. %  %  m V|XK11 M „„. Lu .. **• s. : %  a If Hi. Head I'aim inlay 8:43 a.m Vli a in. Sem f Mind abovi all.studei i-i %  %  .in%  • i % % %  Mi i... .i-iii Shlff, IIday and S I .. m. • BETH MOSHt. CONGREGATION. 13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Consei vative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyinan Fein. lay -: I", a.m. Si rmon: "Th< ..,, h Ji ..i .\:.n/... Je Kvenlna 6:30 p.in. 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rage 4-A +Je*is*ncridiari Friday. April 3. 1964 "Jewish Flor idlan OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4U05 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 : RED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher .EO MINDLIN Executive Editor =ELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Published every Friday slncf HOT ta The Jewish Floridlan M 120 S.V.. Bixtli stiv.-i. Miami l. 'lgf ldu : Beoond-Class Posuse Paid ui Miami. Fiorina. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jew '* ^"lA* *h,2 the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphy Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide New. Service. National Editorial Assn.. A" ,er c *"1 T Engtish-Jewish Newspapers, and t he Florida Press Assn. The Jewish Kioridiun du.'s not guarantee itK;ishruth of the merchandise advertised i" itcolumns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area ..-. One Year $5.00 Three Years $12.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 37 Number 14 Friday. April 3. 1964 21 Nisan 5724 Religious Changes In the Offing The Christian world's celebration of their Easter holiday has traditionally meant a difficult l:me for the Jewish people. In enlightened" Europe, even up : .rough the twentieth century, the oliday was often the inspiration c: pogroms; at best, it led to ten•ons. The year 1964 suggests some .teresting ideological changes in the offing. They are, indeed, r.iore than interesting; they are jpeful. In his sermon on Sunday, "ope Pius VI called upon the Catholic faithful to herald the pawning of a new era in religious •.Jerance; it was a call reminiscent of the revolutionary view of his predecessor, the late John XXIII, who declared that there are many ways to heaven and that ell of them are not necessarily :nose delineated by the path of the church he headed. In another sermon, in Great Britain, the Archbishop of Canterbury, spiritual leader of the Anglican world, absolved the Jews of the guilt of crucifixion, declaring it a fatal and tragic misconception of a people long and unjustly maligned. For his part, one of our own nation's important Catholic churchman. Cardinal Cushing, cf Boston, deliberately emphasized the Jewish roots of the Catholic faith. Obliquely taking to task the traditional doctrines of antiSemitism, the Cardinal suggested that the faithful must regard these Jewish roots as fundamental to their religious thinking. In fact, there ere, he declared, so many common ties between the two that the anti-Semite only maligns both himself and his church when he trades en the malice of bigotry. Sunday was a time for many to ponder '.he purpose and implications of the messages cf such important Christian spiritual leaders. Change never comes rapidly, and the rancor cf anti-Semitism is sadly a profound part of ihe ways of too many people. But change seems inevitable when churchmen of such s.gnificance speak in these terms. At least, Uere is good reason today to hope. they failed to find the matzoh ban as antiSemitic as the Nazi-like book revealed here several weeks ago? One Betrayal Among Many The extra-Soviet Union Communist reac;.on to the anti-Semitic book published there :s sad and comical at the same time. On the one hand, the Communists abroad v.ould be the first to deny that the book was published at all if it did not touch them where ii hurts most. On the other. Communists or not, as Jews :hey feel outraged. We can only suggest they finally begin 10 realize that those who oppose Soviet Union Communism and its allied ideologies are not necessarily political neanderthal men. If the r.nti-Semitic publication causes them to feel betrayed, perhaps they should begin to understand that this is only one betrayal among many: that their Kremlin Utopia is after all o dream world. Most bothersome about the reaction this week are these allied thoughts in retrospect: If the Soviet publication of anti-Semitic material .nakes them feel uncomfortable and even disturbs them ideologically, why did they not suffer similarly in the case of the on again— off again matzohs? In sum. what are these Communists outi:de of the Soviet Umo:: really angry about if Hadassah's JFK Tribute The John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial Building at Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical School in Ein Karem is one of many tributes that Israel has been establishing in honor of our slain President. It is another example of the profound regard in which Mr. Kennedy was held there, as well as by those identified with the American-based Jewish organizations dedicated to various aspects of Israel's development today. The Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah tribute luncheon on Apr. 6 is a case in point. Coming to address the event will be Mrs. Moses Epstein, a U.S. Zionist of international standing and one of Hadassah's dynamic leaders. Mrs. Epstein's presence at the function will illustrate well the attachment Hadassah feels toward the Kennedy Memorial Building and the late President himself. But beyond the immediate inspiration of the tribute luncheon lies Hadassah's traditional relationship to Israel throughout the years and Hadassah's stirring contributions to the reestablishment of a Jewish national homeland in our time. %  during the week as i serit ""'LJ Ten MiftiniiM er Perha P s th,s B way it DyLKUmiNULira has ^en like pulling teeth to see %  THERE ARE sorqe people 1 who always seem destined to be misunderstood. Henry Clay and Alexander JJarrultoo. come to mind, ^nd n0\$\ id Miami, there is Mrs. Charles Magrill. the politically-orient %  f in,. Anniversary Celebrations Greater Miami is getting ready to mark the 16th anniversary of the State of Israel at a variety of upcoming organizational events. The Greater Miami Israel Bond campaign and districts of the Zionist Organization of America have already announced stellar programs which will, in addition to celebrating the anniversary occasion, also pay tribute to leading citizens in our community who have substantially contributed to the establishment and development of the young Middle East republic. Here for the Israel Bond tribute will be Sen. Ernest Gruening, of Alaska. The ZOA has scheduled Sen. Albert Gore for its function. Thus, the community will be treated not only to a series of 16th anniversary celebrations, but to the appearance here of distinguished American legislators who have long made their mark on our own nation's affairs. find out just where she stands. Mrs. Magrill would want us to believe she is among the Clays and Hamiltons. The Mar. 17 news of the day identified her as official spokesman for the John Birch Society in the Greater Miami area. As such, she may be in the class of Hamilton, but certainly not of Clay. And here is where the difficulty lies with the ideologically elusive Mrs. Magrill: that she finds herself simultaneously riding the backs of two vigorous horses going in opposite directions. Mrs. Magrill first came to public attention as advisor to the Miami Junior Woman's Club. On December 1. 1962. Nathan Perl mutter, executive director of the Anti-Defamation League here charged that the club supported the testimony of the Liberty Lobby before the Senate Finance Committtee. Perlmutter listed the club among several in Dade County that had gone on record in endorse ment of testimony before the Senate Committee in which oblique reference was made to Jews as •political planners for absolute rule via One World Government.'' Testifying was Curtis Dall. chairman of policy for the Libern Lobby, an extreme right wing organization based in Washington, D.C.. who characterized a proposed Kennedy Administration project as "•actually aimed to enrich a few and to create turmoil and un employment in many of our key Industries the real heart oi this international cabal shows its hand: namely, the political Zion ist planners ." PROTRACTED ONESIDED correspondence followed between' the %  ADL and the Miami Junior Woman's Club. ADL letters seek. ing clarification were also sent to principal officers of the Miam Woman's Club, its senior sponsoring organization, with the same re suit: silence. No one. it seemed, cared to explain the support o' Dall's testimony. But if the Juniors uere quiet in this respect, the) showed no hesitancj In another. "A Message from the Juniors' was the title of a li-t of recommended reading and radio-listening compiled by the club and posted al the Holmer Drug Co.. on Bis cayne Blvd. The recommendations constitute a Blue Bi>ok on bigots and hate-mongers dedicated to "saving" the nation from Communism On the radio: the Christian Crusade, headed ny Rev. Billy James Hargis. whose protracted anti-Semitic associations and background are well-documented: 20th Century Reformation, sponsored by Rc\ Carl Mclntire. a defrocked Presbyterian minister and open associaU of Hargis. who played a key role in the anti-Catholic activity prior to the 1960 Presidential campaign: the Anti-Communism School ol the Air. broadcast by N'orb Gariety. a staunch supporter of Ken neth Goff. at one time associated with the notorious hater of Jews. Gerald L. K. Smith. Recommended reading fare included -Citizen Speaks." "The American View." -Economic Council Letter" and the "Dan Smoot Report." Each of these has an august history of its own in prejudice and extremism: all have been documented in this column in the past. They are published by such staunch Americans as N. J. Car den. of Key Biscayne. who in his "Citizen Speaks" has referred to "the money changers (who) had better wake up because the money spenders are beginning to" and "Those who will not tolerate Christ mas in OUR schools should not profit by Christmas in THEIR stores." A LSO INCLUDED WERE Merwin K. Hart, who until his death in ** December. 1962. was an anti-Semite of elite standing, and Dan Smcot. whom WLOF-TV. the ABC affiliate in Orlando. Fla.. editor tally characterized as "a typical extremist." A fraudulent and selfannointcd "Harvard professor." Smoot has viewed the nations greatest Communist dangers, according to WLOF. as "Justice Earl Warren, the Kennedy Administration, the United Nations, Mrs. Roose velt. Ed IfurrOW, Walter Reuther. Justice Arthur Goldberg, the income tax and even fluoridation of water" Perlmutter made his charges against the Miami Junior Woman's Club in December. 1962. Promptly, in April of the following year Mrs. Magrill. in her capacity as advisor, responded, assuring him while storming the ramparts of originality, that "some of our be-' friends are Jewish." To set the full seal of approval upon her views Mrs Magrill announced that she and her husband "own Israel Bom' No. 512500MA purchased in 1951." But Mrs. John C. Walker, then president of the Miami junioi Woman s Club, never responded: neither did Mrs. Frank Insho. pres Idenl of the seniors. On Apr. 19. following her breach of silence came an interesting variation on the theme: Mrs. Magrill publicly confirmed that she had been in correspondence with Curtis Dal concerning his testimonj before the Senate Finance Committee, but that she had authorized him to speak onlv for her personallv and nol tor the Miami Junior Woman's Club. "1 didn't give him anv pel mission, she declared, "to sa> anything of an anti-Semitic nature Perhaps Mrs Magrill also reminded him of Bond No. 512500MA. yHE HEAT BECAME unbearable Maybe some of the club's besl Jewish friends had something to do with it In anv case, on May ,13 Mrs. John C. Walker, in her capacity as president ot the -Miami Woman's Club, wrote to Sen. Spessard'l. Holland. "I wish to state, she said, "that this club is not now and never has been anti-Semitic. Mr. Dall has never been given authority to express the views of our club Our club has requested me "to seek your assistance in having our name expunged from this record or in causing some statement to be entered in the lecord to the affect that our club is not anti-Semitic ." Like Clay and Hamilton. Mrs Magrill was crushed but undaunted. On May 23. in a letter to Perlmutter. her principal adversary sue declared: \ l am „„, ., n ,| novor navt bpen anU Scmtic (Can you say the same in regard to your attitude toward Christians?f And then, to set the horses of her twin political voyage into even more critically opposing directions, she asked "Surely your Stand against some Christians doesn't mean that all Jews who know >ou are anti Christian—does it?" I am not so much concerned about Mrs. Ma grill's lurking fear [£ &f """Chnstian attitudes among Jews as I am about the fad nai A Message from the Juniors." once hanging at Holmers Dri^ l 1 n ^Plained; although judging by the time „nt L V s mp,h "< ls f correspondence, both junior and sentor, perhaps there is still hope we may hear. And now comes V,"' ,num P h: her role as spokesman for the John Birch Society ,„ Miami. But they, of course, are absolu.ely not anti-Semitic, the B.rchites keep protesting



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%  Friday, April 3, 1964 Metro Anti-Bias Provision Passed Here Makes Dade Unique South ot Baltimore +Jtwlstfkjt1iu Page 5-A The anti-bias provision passed by the Metro Commission makes! Greater Miami the only community south of Baltimore to have i passed such a law. i The commission parsed the pro-. vision into law on Mar. 24. follow njR its approval by Metro's Com-' munity Relations Board. Sam A. Goldstein, chairman of the Bxeeutivc Committee of the! Anti-Defamation League of B'nai i B'rith. said Wednesday that 'the new anti-bias law unanimously: passed by the commission is clear evidence that Dade does not in-! tend to drag its feet in assuring i equal opportunity to all." The resolution provides that the Metro Commission adopt a policy prohibiting employment discrimination by county contractors and further prohibiting • ny form of discriminatory action on county lands either leased o r operated by the county. "We had a particular interest In this resolution," said Goldstein, "inasmuch as it was conceived by the ADL and presented by the agency to the Community Relations : Board. According to Goldstein, "the j anti-bias law was originally pre-: seated by Paul Seiderman to the Executive Committee of the ADL." | Seiderman is a former chairman of the Florida Board of the AntiDefamation League. The Seiderman resolution was passed by the Executive Commit tee following its recommendation by Burnett Roth. Florida Regional Board chairman. It was then handed to Metro for action. Former Nazi Was Sent to Front For Refusing to Murder Jews Continued from Page l-A would ever have put up for court-martial an officer who refused to obey such orders." He said this was so because such action would have made public knowledge of the fact that such orders were being issued. He added that "maybe Major Klaus did not realize he was risking his life." The Germans are reacting with apathy to the repeated descriptions of "the most staggering brutalities" emerging from testimony i\ current West German trials of N'.V.-i war criminals, the Manchester Guardian reported from Bonn. The Guardian correspondent reported that very few Germans he ,,iii questioned on one occasion ad read beyond the headlines of >2 column inch story of testi II nj ;ii the mass murder trial in Frankfurt of 22 former Auschwitz p personnel. The story described eye-witness testimonj ol %  fearing a) the bodies of womIIDKIICSm Auschwitz, At the 12,000-student Universiiy of Bonn, the subject of the •rialscomes up frequently in private conversations but it has not been discussed recently in public forums, he reported, "and most students..do not read details of newspaper reports on the trials." lie added that he had found that many Germans were taking a le| galistic view that such trials were | now inadvisable because courts should not convict on testimony taken 20 years or more after the i events. Others, he reported, think that I the investigations have taken such a long time because former Nazi party members have been covering up for one another. David Pinski Marks Passover David Pinski Folk School will have its annual Passover celebration on Saturday at the Farba/ld Center. 842 Washington Ave.. at 8 p.m. Program will 'include Chayele Grober, of the Habima; Philip Nashkin, humorous narration's: and Ben Vomen. music director ol Temple Emanu-El, In community .singing. Refreshments will be served. g.'iiiiiiii:iiii!iiii;iiiiiiiiiii!iii:iiiii!iiiiiiiiiiii!i!ii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiii!ii;iiiiiiini& Reyiiolcls & Co. Mcmbcrt Nw Voil SrotL Etthnje tii&e.\ /i/eamye in anneuncina t/iut JOSEPH B. GOR1NSTEIN it ttoat aiiceiafeel autn (item a* SJucotat* v/lanaae* c^tAei* lAliami cOeac/i c/p t IC0 216 71st STREET UNion 6-6521 "iiinnii!iM!iMiii!raiiiiiraiiuHiiiiiiii'HiiiiffliiiiiuiiiimmiiniiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiii(iiiiiii!iii!iiiniiiiiiifl INTEREST PER ANNUM n ; PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS S^L FIVE POINTS %W: NATIONAL BANK 14117 CORAL WAY • PHONE 444-2534 liiMir.wu < t'nrp ,-_,To Systlcm EXODUS "For the horse of the Pharaoh went in with his chariots and with his horsemen into the sea, and the Lord brought again the waters of the sea upon them; but the children of Israel went on dry land in the midst of the sea or lcsor !T s wis* A pp xi B*. VtlV" 1 t0—*** Mar ch25. 1964 Dear Fr>end: we e *^, 000 celebra.ePas-eV^worVasuUcrV That EVE^ £* adlti on b£*£* oi Greater ;;: lo c 3A U •""?* „, ui, P rt>vl<1 lh y c con.*"' „. m ""^.h ^ U "a J>ii'^, be saved The J eW1Bh rlA ^uria-^1 00 CordiaUY. OR. IRVING LEHRMAN, CHAIRMAN COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL 1317 BISCAYNE BLVD. MIAMI 32, FLORIDA Dear Dr. Lehrman: I want to share Passover with Jewish families at home and overseas. I want to help through Combined Jewish Appeal and enclosed please find my pledge. NAME ADDRESS Please send me the Campaign brochure detailing the work of the 57 agencies supported by CJA and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.



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fage 6-A Jt n i *t Itcridtor Friday. April 2 1964 Gordon Seeks Reelection to School Board of Incumbent Jack P Gordon ha* qualified for reelection lo his Group 2 seat on the Dade Count) Boat d ol Public Insti edg 10 continue his *iv program for education with cm-> on moi e e v -: Gorc ho was elected to • ••II! -<'-' %  the %  • lion i) know edg abh ynii tii> w i greatest nti ibul n to the idea of ;•. .-... i... ation Four Vflrs a<>0 our school system despite a tremendous population growth vsa> beirj b> -passed by developments m the educational field he said. Teda* the Board of Public Instruction has presided the leadership necessary to bring our -.'•cols to a new high level of educational achievement. % %  li %  •• • 'i JACK D. GORDON ann F Ki nr gram He is president ol Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami Beach and chairman of the Executive Committee ol Jeff • son National Bank ol Mi leach He has participated in r s and IN projects to encourage thru: and home ownership ui countries ol Latin America and Africa In his statement, Gordon point mj leadership in modern •... smess methods ol the system Competitive bidding in such areas as insurance and milk and bread for scho I cafeterias • i I) saved over one hall million dollars," he said My insistent thai the '.-oar,; be directlj involved in the negotiations with 'he Federal Government, which deter mint i the amount we receive for eating ( >an refugees, and my personal efforts in the negotions. have resulted r in Hade Countj receiving over :'-• million dol. re than we would have r simply accepted t h c recommendations gchool administrators" Gor Ion has established tbe.paign headquarters at fe Seahoard Life Medical Building, 1451 earn No. Bay.-hnre Dr.. Miami. Arabs Walk Out on Conference Cont in eo from Page 1 A ed on the same basis as at the %  -ec Nations in New York king th< I • the situal \.-: n Ni \ \. ... nsistentlj kepi [ 1 grot p— was clei • presem \ n \ %  -. — •. %  ed by Ni atel) voiced sharp I icsts gainst tk When pon i Iked id Three m ln... Pakistan and Mauritania seats though • ays ie Arab anti Is %  • I Xai Vrahs I Is i • Afi \:-• %  tas a< e foi the first 1 story—Is v st< r ol ce and nhi Sapir .. iinched a rounter-str it Mr Sapir. who : v ad here to act as chi oi Israel's delegation to the USnation Conference, met TUeadaj %  ... number of top Cabinet mom%  various African and taian stateinviting many ot them to visit Israel His invitans have been accepted, thus i-rank ng M si rm \ %  -. %  i |> rj C >ast, Tan Mr Sapir is schi nary session ol the Conferg before the more 1.000 delegates his Government's interest in the use ol global trade tor aid to underdeveloped lands He will staj on as chairman ol Israel's delegation until next week, when that top post will be taken over b> David Horowitz Governor of the Bank of Israel. The Conference is scheduled to last three months. Norton Tire Warehouse \ 10.000 sq ft warehouse ing Xorti •• I n mpanv 's 12 -: r as on.. ned last nt Norton t cutting 1 karged si tl H ol the existing NM •• kxt P) I ;• i ;.:-';• :.';< :.:~'.Ss ?~.'.-u;<: .v.rr .-.':.r Tiie STARLIGHT Roof tit the Doral Beach M Vt. MALKdi '*-. r.--..' : .-3 • %  I i M 7-. -i >.•*. V?-. 5*.-i' w-c aal nat %  9 ,- mhi r.-cu.*.** :.* :a* -. u SMC Sac cc" mt. •; Ml -OIB" ... V. 5<-t.*; • m'X S-XVO mm, BE.VCH HOTEL 'i v> 3b*4 %  lute cctcaes available in Miami Beach s fiaest eceaafraaf linif resort. Tkey are eii ; labl< tram May 1 t Nay. 1 fraai S-tOC We *••*' yaa pa n ic MOW far iaJE 2-1731 D ; • %  i=•-.DR. HERBERT A. BRAUTrV\AN Optometrist •"" r ~ :: :' ~ -; r ; 3" r OC S M..J— S*:B .= Tel. Wl 7-7472 KOCA COiOR any size *r*&£*c i •2 tnrrs AU FOt s: :•: %-x.u i wmen !•• s :• fc—lag %  n mm 2 -tj tJc •> %  > w av-iar aMB> Tlu U Crmfs Ca( s+ Cwrter 1U 11 l hx•. MS-5111 IF YOU'RE PLANNING TO REMODEL... or making an addition to your home then get a home improvement loan at Mercantile — ami r Your family Will live better when your homo has everything it needs ...swimming pool, another hedroom, a new bath, newly-modern kitchen, wiring, tiling, fencing, air conditioning, and much more. Whether you handle the job yourself or hire an expert. Meroantile's plan of financing home improvements has many advantages. Y w enjoy prompt local financing easy repayment terms while you build bank credit. Step up to 1> v. r living. .with Merc.mule National Bank of Miami Beach. MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH 420 LINCOLN ROAD MALLPH. JE 1-6.01 > STREAM u v i AT N*ua,iOAU HOtioa Stt TM£ S'00 000 FLORIDA DfRBt APRIL



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Friday, April 3. 1964 'Jmisti ncrldfian Page 7-A ween th'em, have c^er^d 0 'over[EmClilU-EI LodiCS 111 Spring Tea Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-JSI tee chairmen on projects of the past year. • Noting ouistanding successes in their divisions at tne Combined Jewish Appeal report meetinq at the Dupont Plaza are three leading business representatives taking part in the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Left to right are Sanford Sprintz, of Jordan Marsh, staff assistant to the vice president of Allied Stores; William S. Ruben, vice president of Jordcr. Marsh and Mercantile co-chairman; and Ronald Pallot, of Norton Tire, chairman of the Transporta' ; on Group, who reported on behalf of the Manufacturing and Transport Division. 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal Sails Over Million Mark With New Pledges Scored goal of SI,386,500, $100,000 more than we raised in 1963." The :964 Combined Jewish Ap peal has surpassed the million dollar mark, with Sl.007.595 in pledgi scored as of Mar. 26. Hi. ring Lehrman, CJA cam paign chairman, said that "to dale the enthusiasm and participation of our chairmen, our kej leaderand our workers in the TradeResident-, Women's and other important divisions, have led ulo ::.e. point where we are running :•• veral weeks ahead of last year's campaign." He told a campaign meeting this wek at the Dupont Plaza: "I am proud to have a winning team behind me in our efforts to meet, and even surpass our Participating in the meeting were co-chairmen of Traces and Professions, Marshall s Harris and Leon Kaplan; Greater Miami Jewish Federation Executive Director Arthur S. Rosichan; and Sam Blank, chairman of Trustees. Special recognition was given to Morris Minov and Sam Nor kueen, oi Morton Towers, "for the outstanding support they have received from their fellow residents in response to their efforts on behalf of the CJA campaign." Also cited were three South Beach residents, Kalph Apple. Mayshic Friedberg and Morns Jewish Convalescent Home of South Ch, 310 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 532-6491 MIAMI BEACH'S ONLY KOSHER NURSING HOME and HEALTH CENTER OFFERING THE NEWEST APPROACH Total Care A Concept Cleared to Combine Social. Spiritual. Wedical Needs ot the individual for the Aging. Recuperative, and Chronically II.. A Cheer*"/ Home of Warmth with tvery Convenience Including Elevator, Television, Etc. SIDNEY SIEGEL. Executive Director (Fcrmerly All he yivi-n "TV" ,•ommi' li.) have never participated preiously. Spring ll.it Show, courtesy ot Jordan .March, will lie presented. Mi Alexander Ko| i Sisterhood president, "It is important that we recognize these new supporters of CJA, and also that we not forget the large number of pledges obtained in previous years that have not as yet been secured for the 1963 drive. It is precisely these missing pledges that will help us to make the final phase of our campaign add up to the success." Amon those reporting at the meeting of their division were Joseph Cohen and Joseph Dallett, for the Food and Hotel Division; William S. Ruben, Mercantile Division; Harry Mizrach, Apparel Group; Max Temchin, Metals; Robert Levin. Chemicals; Ronald f'allot, Manufacturing and Transportation; Sam Goldman. Drugs; and Edward Cohen. Communal Services Division. Marshall Harris reported for the Professional Divisions and George Talianoff. chairman, reported for the Lawyers Division. A report on the success of the Residents Drive, which has thus far raised 8227,000, was delivered by Leon J. Ell. and Judge Milton A. Friedman, chairman of General Solicitation, also presented his division's report. B'nai Raphael Carnival Children's games, from 2 to 7 p.m.. and a spaghetti dinner served from 4 to 7 p.m.. will be features of the Congregation B'nai Raphael carnival on Sunday afternoon. YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NEtDS TOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All Your Furniture, Clothing, Lintn$, Dishes, Drapes, tic. PLEASE CALL US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 Closed Saturdays ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR COXX Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: Jirtl ACME T^ ROOFING yff 685-1952 Believe me, no more seasonal rates for us! Now we lease year-round at arbour ouse outh .VJV ONALLY ACCLAIMED FOR QUALITY stRv/ce. SPACIOUS GROUNDS AND OUTSTANDING rso-wioe OCIANFRONT BCACMI !55 r o $ 365 PER MONTH fWi'llShlO S1UD.0. I ( 2 BIDR00V APARTMIMS ARC AIS0 AVAILABLE. T\l niCDI fV CWCDVnAV F"0M 10to 9/3 iEAOnFULLY FURNISHED Irt UlbrLAT tVtKTUAY MODEL muTMENis/ MOM IM 2251 BEFORE', YOU GO HOME, VISIT US! Rasarve your apartment now for Dacemter occupancy. %  YOUR APARTMENT WILL BE READY WHEN YOU NEED IT, AND YOUR RENT DOESNT START 'TIL YOU MOVE IN. There Is on on in at 102n f* e Harbour House South man In Bal Harbour t A Collins Avenuei



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Fage 8-A *Jmtafl fttrkUar Friday. April 3. 1964 Sen. Gruening to Address Israel Bond Celebration Interest mounted steadily this v 'ok m the community-wide eele.ii. MI ol Israel's lKth anniver-. ry dinner Apr 19 M the VonI. incbleau Hotel .u which Mr and rs Sam Blank "ill receive the ; uhl> coveted Israel Medallion ot Honor, with announcement that I nited States Sen Ernest Gruen Vlaska. will speak al the .. • :•.,tion Also announced by Leonard %  osen, chairman, and Samuel c riedlai'd and Jack A. Cantor, 'ertorary ch.inmen. were mem-.er* of the Committee of Hosts •cr the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. tar! Wrinkle lifetime friends .f the Blanks h.ie been desig%  ated as chairmen of the Comlittee of Hosts assisted by Jack .Popick, chairman of the Board :f Governors of the sponsoring Gr*at*r Miami Committee for :.:te of Israel Bonds: Mrs. An• a Brenner Meyers, chairman :f the Women s Division; and Maurice Reviti chairman of Trustees of Israel. stees >". Is i w h ig thi io:! anni\.".• >. ry of lsra< s stateh d, -. \ tdams. XI \ nej P Ansin, \ %  < \. William Born• rcow skj. Jacob rl Epstein, Fi ski \ i.' Fine, Abram \ B e n Frankenstein, S a m '.'... Gache. David I".,>,H1 Is n Hechl Samuel Kip s, Ja> 1 K;>!ak Joseph Laurans. Visor to the V. S. delegation to the Seventh Inter-American Conference at Montevideo whenthe "Good Neighbor", policy Mir Latin America was evolved. Gruening was appointed Governor of Alaska in 1939 by President Roosevelt, and held the post until 1953. by wnicn time Alaska's march towards statehood was well established. Metropolitan Opera star Jan Peerce (left 1 looks on as Mrs. CV.:! V.enkle s'qr.s Is:ael Book of Honor to be presented to At! and Mrs. Sam Blank on Apr. 19 at Israel's 16th anniversary dinnei al Ihe Fontainebleau Hotel W etching are Carl \V-.: -. V:. o::ri Mis. Sa::i Blank. The Weinkles are chairmen of '.he Committee of Hosts fox the function, at which the Blanks w U receive the coveted State of Israel Medallion ot Honor. Peerce was quest of the Weinkles at a rece;. foi the committee al the Imperial House. I ..'" Ji seph M Lipton, ressii i Itl Sam t. Lubj. \ 1 Molask). Emil M rti •• Nathan \. Ben Novaek, Max Ortn itz, Rifkin. Philip sAjflMnpr. ^HWWP imir^y MEET PERFECTIONISTS IN THE CATERING FIELD Tkejr an ireovi"ed In felr profession. i They art tht allido's caterir\| staff. The* eiil aake a si-ccess of r.j party... %  *d£f... a Bar aPtwah'... a bas-on )u'it ever seal %  L aili A t •*"••• e—•-: %  • I. (SAUBS SVBSSC ia* uecets ecu nail onwrswj MrTtiorr roeioiia Pcifcotieu ; luGotefctng...^^, •C • %  ••...*• 1 M. -fC* • %  .rt %  J*C*JU-. CAU MAZINf CLAM JE 2-3311 ji 11 ON THE OCEAN 43rd TO 44rh STS. MUAMI BEACH He was elected to the United States Senate in 195* upon the attainment of statehood, winning a four-year term, and in 1962 won overwhelming reelection for a six-year term on the basis of his leadership in the 86th and 87th Congresses. An overflew attendance of nearly 200 leaders ol the South Flond.i Jewish community this ween launched preparations for the lt>t!anniversary dinner at a reception hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Weinkle al Imperial House, with Metro i i litan Opera Star Jan Peeu making a moving, impromptu speech. ;;. senbei Sam il Rost, Raj id Rubin, Louis B Rudnick. Dan B. Ruskin, Samuel T Sal Herman M Schwartz. Seym Silverman, Philip E Simon. Harrj Sirkin. Max Weitz and the committee chairmen s. n Gi m ning has been in go\ ernment service tor more than three decades Formerly mai ag in;: editor oi such papers as the Boston Traveler. Boston Journal and New York Tribune, he achieved national fame as editor ol The Nation during the post-World War 1 days, when it was a model "t modern journalism. His career of public service began in 19:53 when President Frank tin D. Roosevelt named him as adTorah Dedication At Zamora Slated Apr. 26 Dedication of a new Sefar Torah, to be presented to Tempi.' Zamora by Mr. and Mrs. Harry liar ris in honor of their 50th wedding anniversary, will be held on SuntUj Apr. 26, at 3 p m. Participating in the ceremonj will be Dr. Irving Lehman of Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Asset iation. Cantor William Lipson. r: Beth David. an.i Rabbi Hershel Bri and Cantor Ben Diekson. ol Z.i mora Serving on the dedication committee are Joseph Ostrie, chairman. Lester Shapiro. Board of Education chairman, and Leon Honig. 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Friday April 3. 1964 +Jwlst> nrrHlur By: EDWARD COHEN Page 9-A Political Enthusiast Feels More Jews t\ Should be Identified as Conservative fl Olll the .KJU**..,.. Out of t h ( Haggadah, says Arthur Bloom, has come the inspiration for the new organization be iuacls. "The Passovei • tessa : % %  of freedom from oppn -ion has relevance for toclaj m the view of the 38-year old hi ir stylist, first president an.I co-founder of the Jewish Polii ..l Conservatives, which labelf itsell a "non-partisan political action group." It >'. s at the Seder in Ihe home "i ii trance man Bernard Lan '^ %  %  ::iz:iZ';ix^n t^'zzzz^**" B ,oom '-**—. Hous edition of the Haggadah strucl a responsive chord. e Seder'." quotes Bloom, •"which keeps alive in us the love liberty, has .. significance al.-o r all mankind. Freedom, whi io •• of man's most PIC, ,. gift S| „ U | S | „,., D g ,,(;,,,, i'"' -' mted. In every age it must i anew .' and so forth We have made copies available to ( ryone who wants to know our ackground Root of Tyranny Elliot and daughter Jodi. self to the conservative m< m just to discredit it. move I -• Concern wJ'fi Socialism • What we're more concerned with iSocialism Communism and Socialism are twin brothers. I 'it si cialists arc more respectable. .Most people are uninformed about tins, or apathetic, as you can lell when only about 2."> percent voted on these Metro amendments." A hard core ol some Go likemil ded Jewish consen atn. • meet regularly ai the South Miami Federal Savings and Loan. but Bloom doenet believe in just confining his anti-Communist Socialist-menace message to meetings ol his group. He has appeare I on the Allen Court nej program on WQAM, before Temple Or olom and the Men's Club of the Southwest Jewish ('enter "It's a question of morals and economics, and how much most of us arc annoyed with government infringement on business. Most people don't have any'iilea how this new Civil Rights Bill will take away their freedom.' Ai lews, Bloom feels. "We shouli be more aware than any that tyranny comes from the stat< Today's liberalbelieve thai le government can do better : ,in the people themselves; we ( mservatives know better thai that." Why the "Jewish" prefix to the fie? -The Jewish organization! :hat issue pronouncements alwi.fi seem to be on the liberal side Well, they don't represent my thinking or that of many people 1 know. There has to be a JewJsb voice of opposition and dis-vtft.. I think the Christian corr.isunity should know all Jews are &pL ltberik. "OMlj'go to an anti-Communist • %  Stture. Where are the Jewsf-Vs-Don't they know that -. %  *• % %  Comimfcsm is the enemy ol all N6W UOnOTS Will relintotrS? I can't understand why ^hey are not so strongly The names of 52 new donors to against Communism. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will "Wfeefl I attended the Chris 1,(> inscribed on the "Tree of Life." tian : Anti-Communist Crusade, I '• was announced this week by cou.:Jei-l the warmth and good President Harry L. Lewis fellovSrfUp. They would go out • The hand-carveo mcinorial, enol '&eir way to tell me how cased in a weather-proof glass enple;;i(ed they were that a Jew closure, is mounted in the drivewas £tH*rc. Fred Schwarz is way of the hospital entrance, cva-gelical. but he's not anti-' The gol.-leaf illuminated manu Semitic. scripts of the artist are on display ": •'HtBnk some of our organiin the Vatican Museum, /atioos are careless with labels Contributors whose names will like 'xiiat. I heard a speaker be engraved upon aluminum plates trot .'Qie Anti-Defamation League set into the roots at the base of call 'Rev. Billy Hargis antithe ten fcot Cedars tree are: Semitic. I've rea.l a lot of his """'."" \\.V '\ ..• M r,l,: ; '"i' s in ; matenal and 1 haven t found jin., m.hrrci •:. Atttw. ir. mm M ••-. anything like that. Anvhow. I '*•"" Arroyo Jr., in. and Mm. M. P. h...,. -_. i_ i J i. i A*lnndr, ltnl>y r FUrinulii Service, na\t never belonged where I r>r. and Mm. Hnwy K, hull. r. Mr. love, everybody; sometimes a and Mm Ai> lu.rkov.lti and Mr. and guy ke Rockwell attaches himM Atao^Mr' a^l Mm.*"Harold B*rknI Bl om feels, "and I try to educate them i" their collective m terest in freedom." From Maimonides, the JPC gets it"answer to 'Pockets ol Povertj a n d I h e 'Welfare Mate,' according to Bloom. The Mc.it scholar's eight degrees or steps in the duty ol charity" have been reprinted, with the eighth underlined for" emphasis: "to anticipate charit; by pre venting poverty; namely, to assist either by a considerable silt or a loan of money, or by teaching him a trade, or by put ting him in the v ay ol business so thai he mi > earn an honest livelihood; and not be forced lo the dre dful alternative of i olding out his hand for charit> ." Born in New ark. V.I w lore he lived until 11' years ago, and the father of two children. Bloom Is candid about having had "few Strong views" not too many yearago. Voted for Kennedy "I voted lor Kennedy in i960' mostly because I was told Nixon was anti-Semitic because he liv[' Grace Cedars List wl'a, Philip IWkuwlm, IT and Mrs \'.' ihi HI K .IkiT lturdlni>'H, IH and Mr--. Meredith I %  %  .. KI;.I..-II. Or. and Mm. Edward '' %  I'nvii, lr. anil Mrs. l>.-\Vitt l>aiichrt>: l>r. Morton l.l-.n-I. in. I", and M Mario rVrnnw'e*. Mr and Mm f r u. i m< r, I r Mian h'ct-ldtiH, Mr I i Mm Bmtl KrInlander, Mi i ilm. .lake IC. KIVUR. I'r. anil M Morton K. nets. I'r. and Mi -. A thrr i Qllhert, Harry i ill tp|ii, ,Mln 11 i Ireenherger and H ,ii., >;. Wolf. Ami MoiTl* in.l S;I;I'I mti-kman, Cordon I'un. r..l Home, Mr. anil Mrs. %  hui k Hal ;• and Mm. U-onard I ralmey Hli '• all Rai-e C'oume, i 'art Knnihl, I i. .ii,! Mm. N'rirmnn Kan' lor, I •!. vVv ruler I. 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When I attended a few meeting.s of Youns Americans for Freedom. I learned a lot and got active as a conservative." His views are not unknown to the women who frequent his laega iMfewstyHng establishment in the Red-Bird shopping area. but not all arc favorable to his point of view. This doesn't deflect him from his view that. since politics "affects you and me." he should be a strong voice ot conservatism even in the wilderness of hair-dryers and other beauty parlor equipment. Neither the late President Kennedy nor Richard Nixon is hi.i idea of what America's leaders should be. Among his favorites are Barry Gold water. Sen. John Tower and Rep. Bruce Alger, of Texas, and Rep. Ed Guinev. of Florida. And Spessard Holland? 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Page 10-A *JmtMl>fkrW. Friday. April 3, 1964 We Must Give Our Children Outlets for Energy By DR. IRVING LEHRMAN Temple fcmanu-EI This beautiful festival of Passryer, which we ace now conclude ig, i> in'-i characterized by its • mphasis upon our chil ren. Beinning with the Four Questions t the Seder table, the signiliance oi all the pageantry is to ring to the attention ol our oung people the thrilling expeiences ol our glorious historj nd the joy and fulfillment ol ewish living. And this is as it Mould be, for whal is the great>t assel we have as a people nd as a nation it not our chilren? Isn't this why Moses hurled tie challenge to Pharoah, ••with ur young and with our old we hall go forth Iron) Egypt?" I on't v.iini in succumb to the endencj oi those who decry the oungcr generation. I believe hat our young people today are otter fed, belter clothed, phys.ally more lit and mentally lore alert than they ever were. What. then, is it that is reponsible for a phenomenon uch as "Beatlemania" as man!ested by their reaction to the ecenl invasion ol our commuiiy by the Beatles? According 0 many. thi< masecstasy IS DR. IRVING liHRMAN filling the void nn escape—ou! sons and daughters are escaping the anxieties the tensions and the fury oi this mad. mad. mad. mad world. There are others who feel that the Beatle craze ia natural rebellion for. in general, young people do tend to revoM as pan of the process of grow ins up and m a t ii r i n g "Beatlemania" is. therefore, an expression of their I independence And this revolt manifests itself nol H-. but against i -pells order, tra ition and conformity. There i be one more explanation children enjoy a carnival and a circus, and the Beatles are certainly both. W'hatevei the reasons for the mass demonstrations we witnessed, such exhibitions are especially sad because so much energj is misdirected, misguided, wasted. This is what should concern us. This is the challenge that we all lace whether we be parents, educators, or members ol the clergy—the great and pressing challenge of channeling the energies and drives of our young people and giving meaning and richness to their lives. What our children need is content. True. "Beatlemania" is innocuous, but that which is innoc Contrary to the belief of the French philosopher, Rousseau who. in his "Emile*' said that a child ispoiled by society and develops fully only when It H to himself, we .lewbelieve III the strong hand of parent-—in education, in guidance. Our tradition insists thai only through learning, training, and iscipline can a child untold fully as a human being. Thi> is why we have Commandment s and Mit/vos: this iwhy we have the Sabbath, dietary laws, and ritual; this is why we have an endless chain of tradition. It is vital for us to involve allf our children in programs of civic responsibility and community service. Can't we make ideals as exciting as the Beatles? One of the greal challenges that religion faces toda) is just this—the problem of bringing its messagi i l i the hearts of our young people. to give content to their lives, to develop within them a regard and respect for parents, for teachers. for country—yes. for Judaism, if we will it. we can answer that challenge by setting into motion a pro-ram of moral and spiritual fitness—giving them the soul power with which to lace the world about them. Symposium Held On Neighborhood Greater Miami Chapter of the I rban Renewal Agency; Dr. American Jewish Committee, DeGeorge Simpson, vice president, partment of Christian Social ConNAACP: Charles Finkelstein. Adeems of the Greater Miami Conn\isory Board. AJC; the Rev. John cil of Churches, and the Miami, K. Kiernan. pastor. Holy Redeemnocuous, but that which is innoctna p ter \AACP. co-sponsored a er Catholic Church; moderator, nous today may not always be s 0 „ ium -changing Neighbor William Miller. Executive Com so. Permitting a void in the *. „ Monday evening. | mittee. Department of Christian hearts and lives of our young may invite anything to enter J Social Concerns, Council o5 Held in the Assembly Boom ot chur(h( s Today it's the Beatles; in Ger the Dupont Plaza Hotel, particimany it was the storm troopers, pantincluded Dr. John Brown. Meeting was chaired by Mrs Who knows what it may be to projects chairman. Congress on Milton Margulis member ol ih. morrow' \ void never remains Racial Equality; Edwin Tucker. Executive Board. Greater Miami em pty executive director, Dado County chapter, AJCommittee They'll Swim Fish ... Study Arts and Many Crafts Blue Star Camps This will be the 17th season for ue Star Campsituated in the ue Ridge Mountains of North rolin.i. near Hendersonville. ieared to the needoi girls and >s from to IV, the all-over pro. am idivided into six separate ograms for different age groups, In addition to all the usual camp g activities, the 500-acre private tate with two lakeiideal tor irseback-riding, trips to Blue dge and Smoky Mountains. Founder-directors are Harry G. -,d Herman M. I'opkin. 1100 (rent Ave NE, Atlanta. Ga. For further information in the iami area contact Mr-. Lil Roil. Mrs. Roz Sutta or Harry Kap•l. Sky-Lake Camps Sky-Lake Camps, situate .'. IK) acres of forests, lakes and f V ill be featured this year al Sky Lake tamps, under the tutelage ol Mrs, Roz Klausman, veteran suntains in the Blue Ridge Mounins. represent a scenic wonder nd where sound idealand warm impanionship can help e a c ii imper to achieve greater per%  nal fulfillment. Horsemanship and water-skiing riding instructor who has been associated at Sky-Lake Camps for more than 12 years, Under Mrs Klausman's direction. Sky Lake campers have won many riding prizes and ribbons. In addition to the riding pro gram, campers activities include skiing and boating on the two large 40-acre lakes, arts and craft-. dramatics, ceramics, gem-cutting and all land -port-. Directing the camp will he Ira and Donua Steinmetz and Sid and Marilyn Greenspan, who will be solely responsible for the program and the supervision of the staff. Registration is now underway for boys and girls, '• through IT years of age Further information may be oh 1 tained by calling 624-0692 in Dade C'OUntj Or 989-2137 Ul Hollywood. Camp Pinewood Marking its tenih anniversary under the same ownership and directors, (amp Pinewood in the Greal Smoky Mountains. N<\. i~ I offering a new camp policj for 1964. In addition to the regular eight-week session, there will !• a choice ol two fotir-v.eek sessions Enrollment l. limited to 2(H) hoys and girls from 5 to 17, There is a separate teen age program and a counselor-in training course at the camp. Onlv three miles from llcnder Camp Judaea sonville and easily accessible by automobile, railroad and air. Camp Pinewood is situated on gently rolling acreage 2.400 feel above sea level. Camp Judaea Will begin it^ tenth season this summer, the third at Us site located six miles east of Hendersonville, N.C., in the heart ol the Blue Bulge Mountain.-, over j2,000 feel above sea level Camp Judaea is a non-profit camp sponsored by Florida. Southeastern, and Southern Hadassab and the Southeastern Region of the Zionist Organization of America, through the Southern Zionist Youth Commission. Embodiment cf Young Judaea youth movement of Hadassah and Zionist Organization of America, the camp program is designed to translate into a day-by-day living pattern those values which com prise the Young Judaean program on a year-round basis. Nol only will campers of lamp Judaea live a creative Jewish life, but they will develop talents in many areas of camping. These include swimming, canoeing, r archery, land sports, campcrafl arts and crafts, dramatics, and field trips to tourist attractions in western Norln Carolina. The brother movement of N Judaea is the Tsolim (Seoulof Israel), Representatives ol 'he Tsolim in the Southeast an a i -J&^0&!hg IVM Aviram leader, will play an active role in the program ol ( an.| Judaea. Camp Judaea s staff of mature counselors and specialists, college men and women, educators and group worker-, are chosen I" Continued on Page 11-A Activities, under the mature and capable hers, lake in all w ater ing. horseback riding, camp craft, music dancing, photography hikes Local offices are" at St. I).rectors are I) Donald I). Michaelson Mrs. Eli Meltzer. guidance of staff mem sports, boat golf, tennis, ippreciation, trips and 535 W. 30th i" and Mrs and Mr. and TFMPLE EMANU-EL DAY CAMP OUR SEVENTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR JUNE 15 to AUGUST 7 YOUR SUMMER PROBLEMS ARE NOW SOLVED CAMP GAN ISRAEL OF FLORIDA Off;rs You the Opportunity ol Sending Your Chili to a Kosher Comp and of the some time he will be close by. FOR CHILDREN AGES 6-16 Cent ally located in Deland Heights, De'and, Flo., 250 Allies from Miami 8 WEEKS, June 22 Aug. 16—S400 4 WEEKS ONLY $225 Alt ACTIVITIES • SWIMMING • SPORTS • ARTS 8, CRAfTS • PROftSSIONAl COUNSELORS • DOCTOR and NURSf. All Those Registering Before April 10 are Eligible lor a 10" o Discount. A REWARDING JEWISH EXPERIENCE Special Tutoring for Bar Mitivah and Hebrew Classes OFFICE LOCATED AT 918 -6th St. and 1020 Michigan Ave. Phones 532-5694, 534-0421 Under the Personal Guidonce of OR. IRVING IfHRMAN and Direction of Ml IT ON ftlHSTUH History Instructor and Head football Coach, Miami Beach Senior High School FREE BUS SERVICE FOR BROCHURE Call JE 8-2503 Or Write 1701 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. SYNAGOGUE CENTERED AmfnCS and SWIMMING FIELD TRIPS and OUTINGS DRAMATICS-SINGING and DANCING WEEXIY SABBATH SERVICE I SKY LAKE OwH0i HIOH IN THI BLUE RtOOE MOUNTAIN* l£fc£ B I S A ^S^ Vo V 7 "7omplete c.mp activities. including horseback riding and water skiing, 1000 acres of fully equipped^ facilities with 2 private lakes, small groups Registration is limited to 125 campers IRA I DONNA STCINMtTZ-Camp Direcfors-SfD & MARILYN GREENSPAN Ph. 624-0692 P.O. Box 159, Miami 45, Fla. Ph. Wl 56904 A Summer Camping Adventure With a Pu r pose" BLUE STAR CAMPS HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA (20 miles from Asheville in the Blue Ridge Mountains) GIRLS AND BOYS 7 TO 17 YEARS Campers meet at nearby NEW all-weather resoit Airport 17' h SEASON IN GREATER MIAMI AREA PLEASE CONTACT: MRS. LIL ROSEN FR 1-8205 MRS. ROZ SUTTA HI 6-1846 MR. HARRY KAPLAN WA 2-1162 WA 3-1577 Mid Atlantic location. Nationally patronized. 500-acro Priv-' Estate with two lake*. Horseback riding. Creative Jewish program plus ALL usual camping activities. Six separate P 1 0 ? !" '!" for different age group.,. Resident physician. Tutoring avalUDW. Trips to Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains. Special pre seas BASKETBALL CAMP. Request 44-page catalog. DIRECTORS OF BLUE STAR CAMPS WILL BE IN THE Ml AM AREA APRIL 5th and 6th. PLEASE CALL REPRESENTATIVE FOR APPOINTMENT. Write to FOUNDERS & DIRECTORS: Harry G. and Herman M. Popkin Full-time Winter Addresc ... 1100 Crescent Ave., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 3030V_



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.Friday, April 3, 1964 vJfefpJiti n^rSctian fjinvt Vaster 2^, 07,fe UJcLnJ Page 11-A Continued from Page 2-A tienai. Rabbi Eugeno Labovitz Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Thin-,i,v a;!.-, ;,,,,. Kii.i-,, K;13 nl ri>h !."> I'.III. SHUIIIIH.V MflllOl i.il Si 11 ll > VI.". .i.lli. |U;3U .i.lil l---i. I:;. 1" II. i p.in. .-• 1111• in. S..HJ. • ihir Vlzkm i: Hi, Mitxvnl Kervli-cH. w I III.II |jll IOUMYII, >h'^V."' :„ 1 e,orm Rab bi Mordeea JTiT,,.."' "^'O 1 --". Rabbi Monica %  r—— — iis \ l FS I'"-' l:3l .i., v .,,. ... „-Y "I" IhillkM." i", ,, ,„' I'""" • hall s.rm., • • l Win, In i-,„, II x. i ...i,..,, %  • .-. ,, „ [ %  "' %  Nil IIIIH) in in |, .;," ^••'•^ %  "'•-.H, TEMPLE MENO M 7 „ h %  • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavskv. Cantor Ernest Sterner. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chat* ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh. Cantor David Conviser. Ii 'I|IJ vi %  |l in. I -'I |f| |y |n |.", .1111 Vl'XkUl' >,-! V 1, > V I '. ;. ,,, J4| ,,,,,,, "i 'MI Wa Ii. !• ,m i: ; -;,M .i, v. i 13 H.in. rtar Mllzvah: Roll %  I A Hi n. mill uf Mi mill Mi. \"l i i Com i .in, > Snmitii IH, HUH M, .mil Milllliaiil lii.lil. •* — TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38, NE 167th St. Conservative Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman, Cantoi Alexander Cohen. • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 N W 22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S M. Machtei. anil .M M, ;,,,, s,.|",w.' r ,s, TEMPLE MENORVT Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram owiti. Cantor Edward Klein. Thurmlaj %  ; ,,.:,,. i-,.-,. x .,-. „, : '• I : i •. i %  i : I" 11 I-,. H VII |.; v i,. '"-" H ..in .-.,;.;, %  .!.,, x 13 ',' S,,,i,..„ "llfliifllllii-l-lii Hay* — TEMPLE NER TAM.D. 80th st. anc Til tunW.iterw.,y. Urn: • %  Tradl uf I" an,l Mis. Vnl IIIIKII. Sati da %  I' ,ni l ..n Mitxvali ,li ffn son ,,l Mr. and .,i, Muui : %  < < ,,in nr TEMPLE OR OLOfv,. Conservative 8766 SW 16th St. Miami. rlalib TEMPLE TIFERETH JfOB '%  !" w A Bisr 55 SSus 5 ""-••-""•• 1 • I' I'lllll) N.I. ii.ni. 7;.|,| :,.ni _, 'hilili II'I'.,. ,,,., i.,.,,!,, suiurr*lini-Htli3 .nil I i. ,I.I\ : ii.ni. Sain .I.,., N.I, ; ,,i. liliiio a.ni Vlxkm I""' '' %  '' •; :; > i m Krlclnj %  ., m llnr Mltxviih Mii'hai-I, s.,n ,.i Mi .iii,i Ml .-' initn I iilli •. K\ nlnii Op.tll %  • : tins publication." The World Congress tor Jewish Culture protested strongly against the book, demanding that its distribution be halted and those re sponsible for it be punished. The protest was contained in a message to Anatoly F. Dobrinin, Soviet Ambassador in Washington, which also demanded thai Russian Jews lie given lull rights to pursue Jewish culture, teach the Yiddish language, issue Jewish publications and carry on distinctive Jewish communal activities of the type permitted other nationalities in the USSR. The Soviet Embassy in Washington meanwhile, transmitted to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency this week the text of the statement distributed by the Soviet news agency Novosti in defense of the anti-Semitic Kiev publication, "Judaism Without Embellishment." The .statement. written by a I Jewish Communist named Shimon Katz, claimed that T K. Kitchko, author of the book, had acted under his constitutional right to engage in anti-religious propaganda an 1 thai he rote it "with good intentions." The statement con-J t.lined some vague criticism of the v ay Kitchko tried to "introduce to his readerscientific views on The main theme of the slate menl was thai the Soviet policy on' the nationality question could not !)>• judged -oiely on the basis ol "only one work by an atheist." The statement then reiterated t h e standard Soviet position that there was no "Jewish question" in the USSR, and that all religions there "have been placed in equal conditions," Deborah Chapter Luncheon Meeting Greater Miami (hapter ol Deborah will hold a luncheon meel ing on Tuesday noon al the Bar celona Hotel. Program will include a film called "Da dy. i Love You," followed by canasta and mah-jong. Mrs. Morris Weinberger is president TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Av %  Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brook: C.mtor Ben Dickson. — g, TEMPLE ZIGlX. 3/20 SW 17th f Conservaiive. Rabbi Alfred Wa man. Cantor Leo Urlich. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miaiave. Conservative. Raobi Henr • Wernick. KI-IIIMJ |i.m. Siitui-diit •V. ni.. Ill I .• YOUNG ISRAc. nay NE 171 • Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm Staube %  I" ln> ii |..in. l-"l'lda.N !i i II s, mini 'Shu r> in Moili in Tlmi'v Kvciilns -, r\ In Ii |i in. Hal unlnj • i in. V /.Uoi III ii.ni. Aftt-i'nii i, |. in. JEWISH CEREMONIAL \ OBJECTS f ANTIQUES — ALSO TORAHS Must he sold immadiately. Foi ,Trro'"*" 1 cnt call JE 8-0469 CONSERVATIVE CCNGREGATI0N SEEKING RABBI Teaching required. Write C. C, P.O. Box 2973 Miami, Florida 33101 Varied Programs Offered to Children by Summer Camps Continued from Page 10-A of skills in camping, education, i-'ioup work. Young Judaea and Judaism. Many have spent from a summer to a year in Israel. For further iniorniation write to George Stern. 50 Whitehall. Suite 702. Atlanta 3. Ga. Camp Ocala Located in the Ocala National Forest of central Florida. Camp Oca a is 285 miles north of Miami. Directors are Dr. and .Mrs. Theodore Struhl, Frankie and Ben Mil ler, Maj. and Mrs. Leonard Woll man. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert H, Wollman, with local offices at 1451 %  N. Bayshore Dr. The eight-week summer season ; for boys and girls from 5 to 16 %  takes in horsehack riding, swimming, water skiing, canoeing, arts and crafts, archery, tennis, fencing, dancing, dramatics and singing. There is one counselor lor every three of the 250 campers. aCCOmI modated on separate sites for boys and uirls. Stall" members are college age or older instructors. Food is Jewish-American, and services are held every Friday c\. ning. Camp Belle Aire Camp Belle Aire, at the Sunsel Hock l)ii,le Ranch Site, is located 2.700 feel above sea level on the Cumberland mountain plateau be; tween Sparta and Crossville, Tenn., j with h'OO acres of woodland suri rounding a private seven-acre 1 spring-fed lake. ^9*0CI*A IN FLORIDA'S COOL 0CAIA NATIONAL fORtST At Comp Ocala, your boy or girl (5-16) will enjoy he mosf fun-filled summer ever. Gain confidence learning new skills, too. Daily waferskiing, swimming, and horseback riding—no extra charge. Trained by mature counselor-experts (I fo every 3 children —triple the average). • Boating. Tennis. Archery. Dramatics. Team Sports. Riflery. Coif. Arts JL Crifts • Fulltime Licensed Physician and 3 Registered Nurses • Friday Night Sabbath Services • Starts June 29 Full 8 or 4 Week Sessions • Call or Write for Full Details: 10th OFFICE: 1451 N. BAYSHORE DR., MIAMI Year FR 1-7858 FR 9-8601 DIRECTORS: Dr. Theodore R. Struhl — Benjamin Miller Major Leonard Wollman — Robert H. Wollman The ranch camp program for boys and girls from 8 to 17 specializes in horseback riding, rop-1 ing, weekly horseback trips, and many overnight and trail rides. A rodeo arena offers a fine setting for the "showdeos" put on weekly by the campers. Camping program tor ages 6 through 17 concentrates on watersports, athletics, both Knglish and Western horseback riding and Iripouts. Owner-directors of Belle Aire are Bea and Reuben Komisar. Emanu-Ei Day Camp Temple Emanu-F.l is now accepting children between the ages ot tour and 12 for registration in the i 'ay camp opening for its seventh consecutive year under the personal supervision of Dr. Irving Lehrman. Group is limited to 125 youngsters. A synagogue-centered camp with special emphasis on proj gramming in Jewish cultural and | spiritual values, a well-rounded athletic program, field trips, dramatics, singing and dancing are • also offered. Under the direction of Milton Feinstein, history instructor and head football coach at Miami Beach High, senior counselors are er camp in Southeastern United Rabbi Abraham A. Korf, can States and oilers Hebrew and Bar director, says that "Gan IsraMltzvah Into,ing,'' according to promises your child a rewards) camp officials. Jewish experience'' "AN ADVENTURE IN HEALTH AND HAPPINESS' CAMP PINEW00D HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 5-17 2500 ft. high in the grnndeur of the Great Smokey Mountains, cool, invigorai'na hccllliful climate — 97 allergy free — where tha growth and development of each child is guided with love, experience and understanding mature, skilled counselor sta'f — Sabbath Services — full cultural and athletic program — tutoiing. CALL TODAY FOR ILLUSTRATED BROCHURE PERSONAL INTERVIEWS INVITED THf DIRECTORS Dr. and Mrs. Donald D. Michehon Hi and Fran Meltier MO 7-1808-MO 7-9784 JE 1-6776 JE 8-8696 Accredited Member A C ; %  -1 Aw Grade "A" Raring \C Board : H. CAMP JUDAEA OUR llth SEASON FOR BOYS AND GIRLS BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. OFFARIM UNIT TSOFIM UNIT MACHON (Leadership Training) |4th 5th Grade) (6th 7th Grade) (8th 9th 10th Grade) IN THf PICTURISOUI BLUt fflDGC MOUNTAINS • ALL LAND and WATER SPORTS • ARTS 4 CRAFTS • NATURE STUDY MUSIC— DR A M AT ICS • RESIDENT NURSES • Israel Fostered Through Activity. Play. Modern Hebrew, Daily and Sabbath Services — Dietary Laws Observed JfW/SH TRADITION and SPIRIT OF £TZ FEE: $235 Per Session, Plus $10 Registration Fee $455 Full Season. Plus $10 Registration Fee REGISTRATION LMITED TO 170 CAMPERS FIRST SESSION BEGINS JUNE 24th Ends July 21 SECOND SESSION BEGIN JULY 23rd Ends Aug. 18 FULL SEASON BEGINS JUNE 24 Ends AUG. 18 SOUTHERN ZIONIST YOUTH COMMISSION Sponsored by HADASSAH A Z O.A. Member American Qtmping A--n. FOR INFORMATION AND CATALOGUE, WRITE GfOffGf STtRN, Director, 50 Whitehall St. S.W., Atlanta 3, Go. LOCAL INFORMATION: Ph. 758-8385 or JE 1-5556 either local school teachers or upper classmen in college, and junior counselors are well-qualified high school seniors All campers are provided with a beverage at lunch time, as well I as a mid-morning and afternoon snack, and bus transportation to and from camp. i 15 Camp Gan Israel Newly-opened camp Gan Israel, of Florida, is located on the beautiful rolling plains of Del and. Heights. Modern facilities and a •'countrified" atmosphere make it an ideal place for summer camping. Included in the overall camping program, which will include all sports and activities, will be visits to place of interest, such; as Silver Springs. The camp, a member of the in-1 temational Gan Israel camping i movement, "will be the only Kosh! BELLE AIRE RANCH CAMP and CAMP BELLE AIRE AT THE SUNSET ROCK DUDE RANCH SITE "ATOP THt COOL CUMBF.RLAND MOUNTAINS, SPARTA, TENN." Belle Aire Ranch Camp FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 8-17 ; Specializing in • HORSEBACK RIDING • SHODEOS & ROPING • WEEKLY HORSEBACK TRIPS. OVERNIGHT & TRA.L RIDES • SWIMMING & BOATING • ATHLETICS & CRAFTS Dormitory-type Building ', Meals are simple, nourishing ) and well balanced. $120 for 2 weeks (All Inclusive Fee) or $330 for 6 weeks j Camp Belle Aire FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 6-17 A Complete Camping Progrom • FOSTERING of all the "ARTS" • WATER SPORTSATHLETICS • HORSEBACK RIDING RODEO ARfcNA • 5 DAY HORSEBACK TRIP • TRIP.OUTS iCanoeing, Etc.) • ARCHERY-RIFLERY FENCING Kosher Food Upon Request. Special attention to underweights. Registered Nurse on 24-Hour Outy. $400 for 5 weeks (All Indus,ve Fee) DATES: JUNE 6 to JULY 17 (All Inclusive Fee) DATES: JULY 19 to AUG. 23 For Full Information and Brochures CALL FLORIDA REPRESENTATIVE MRS. BETTY METUKA, 3140 S.W. 5th Street, Miami Telephone HI 3-3751 OR WRITE MR. AND MRS. REUBEN KOMISAR — DIRECTORS Winter Headquarters, Route No. 7, Sparta, Tenn.



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• Pacj 12-A 3eistHt*kJicin Friday. April 3. 1 ^ Charcowskys to be Feted at ZOA Affair; Sen. Gore Will be Guest Speaker Apr. 12 Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Viola) Charcowsky. Miami Beach com rnunity leaders, will be honored at the Apr. 12 Israel 16th anniver sar> celebration dinner of the South Florida District of the Zionist Or-. j.anization of America, according to Jack S. Popick. co-chairman. One of the leading members of the U.S. Senate Foreisn Relations Committee, Albert Gore, senior, senator from Tennessee, will be | fciiest speaker. The Charcowskys, who are one of the largest American contributorx to the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and who have been active leaders and major contributors to the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy and the Jewish Home for the Aged, as well as to the Kfar Silver Agricultural Training School maintained by the Zionist Organixation of America in Ashkelon, Israel, an..•.;!>.. i A Good N.vnc is Far Better Than R.ches 79 OTA R I O N HEARING AIDS %  aaafr 411 Masai WHILE YOU WAIT • off.ri.i aaaMale's imperial Hearing Aid Co. 84 N.E. 2nd Ave. 377-1022 TERMS TRADES PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's Only Jewish Monument Build trl 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-0921 Phones HI 4-0*21 GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open Every Day • Closest Sabbath 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Miami's Only Strictly Jewish Monument Dealer AMERICAN • ISRAELI :.r RELIGIOUS STORE $ ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUES SCHOOLS HOMF8 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 1-7722 S. Schwarti RENT PLV MOUTH CAR — AND OTHER FINE CARS — r^al an A WEEK VI t PLUS 8c A MILE J I ^ Convtr t'bies %  *MV $20 WeeK up ABOTT MOTORS, INC. • %  i"! W. rLAGI.ER FR 1-6765 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) Anything you need copies of BUL"L1T?NS I Reproduced on LISTS Bond roper WHILE V0U WAIT Cosh & Carry FORMS REPORTS CONTRACTS Serving Miami Since 1946 95 N.E. 13th Street PHONE FR 1-0815 SUNSHINE PRESS REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Grcoter Miami's largest & Oldest Supply House for Synagogues, Hebrew 8 Sunday Schools. Wholesale & Retail ISRAELI GlfTS AND NOVELTIES 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for aurroundf.igs for our departed loved ones era • source of very re* comfort to all %  J Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI & DOMESTIC GIFT8 Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues. Schools d. Private Us* 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami beach — JE 8-3840 MIAMI S EXCLUSIVE. irWibH C$£fe R ij \tk\WIMi AND COV'.WMIY MAUSOtttW M0 1-7693 WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7 50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 NATIONAL MONUMENT CO* + PERSONALIZED MEMORIALS AUTHOmCD DIALER fOR VlTFDNAJs W MONUMENTS MAUSOLEUMS %  •S GRAN4TE I BRONZE MARKERS '.'•-.• %• MARBLE BENCHES VASES HI 6-6009 3350 S. W. 8 ST., MIAMI ALAN M. BLANK, INC. FrXEllAL CHAPELS A^ ee Generations < I S< IICI V^ 531-3441 \ i i Blank Bros. Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa Jack Lewis, Inc., Baltimore, Md. 1743 Bay Road Off Dade Blvd. Miami Beach Shipping Anywhere in the World



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Fridcy. April 3. 1964 LEGAL NOTICE MMI fkr/Mifi Page 13-A LEGAL NOTICE rr ^N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE "11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C J299 JAIIKH MIIAiKAM. Plaintiff, VH. itoni:r.Ti it. OZETK wxl I>KI.IA UZKTK. his wife, and WINON \ I.VVKHTMEXT ('• % %  MIW.VY. a l-'l'-ri-la oorpornttrvn. l kefend&iitB. NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION l!BBUTo H. OZETE nnal I'ICt.lA -OZKTI' his wife, itnal W'TNONA INVESTMENT 4-OJIHANV RI ilafa n< .1'iiknown Y'lT _ANl> KAi'll OK vor. ABE IKHKW MOTII'IE!) lliiii a Itlll "i .".'llllllllilll l*>' IOl eC'lOKtf a lU-n <>U <:.•!'illii*lllrlg:i|^M .in Hi rulluwillt! il.-. rlbed properties;' to-wlt: r> MoftiiK.tr-nn William novonli Hid JesephtriH I>avi>ul>. Iiis wife, In Ivor of ROMKHTO It. OZKTE and •KI.IA OBETK. his Wife, listed .Iannrj 5, l!"i2. and recorded in Official : %  •cordx I took SfcSl, at Putt 17*. of the tibllc It.oords of Dade County, Fhir, S ;i. n.-unibi'iiiiR the ~ following d.sil..ad.County Florida: together with all Improve nt, I furniture, tixturen and all othel ', < halt. is. now or hereafter contained therein; t — > .MnriuHU'from Antnnln Gnreln nd Gloria Qni'flft. his wife, in favor f KOl:EKTt> It OZETE and DELIA OZKTE, his wife, dated .Inminr> V MUL recorded In (Kfielnl Record.F't.k MM, at PaK* HI, "( the Public ;.oi-.iof I'a.i. County, ri.Mi.ia. enrtimberina the following deecribed ..perly. lo-wil: I...1 12, JllocM 13, WIXOX \ PARK h'lltHT A1>IITM'\\ a tlins In the rial thereof as i-.-.-.n-ila-.i in Phil I-.....I; ft :il Psiife 18, ol the Publh Itei-ord* of I hide County, Klorlda; [tiKether with all ImiirovenientH, furniture, rixturee and all other' rluitteJa, now 01 hereaftei rontnlneil therein: iit i ii Qlml .mniiiM you nnd j • • < ri |'M' d to Ol if a i lip) .!" i %  i nw*r or i-ilm pleading to the Mil i t'ont|tlMht npnn KI'oxOKII ami il.H).\l, Attorneyir..i the Plaintiff, V'H N 10 123th Street, Natl'th Miami .Hid tile ill. ..i Iglnill %  r othel plen4bi( in I ll i >ffli 'It i .. cd Hi. i 'n < nit i "Kart LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62373-A In RIS: Estate ,.i MOI.I.IK K1SXBR Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and AH Person* llavinu CUHIII*. otKdPenwnds Aaalnxt Said ••slat.-: You are hereby notified and required to prewni any claim* and demands \\hh:h you may have aiain-i the estate of MoLLIE EISNER deceased late of i lade County, Klorlda, to the Count) Judges of bade County, and file til.name in duplicate mid as provided in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their oflioes in ihe tUiunty '-nirthi.il.-.. in I'ade County. Florida, within si\ calendar months i'r..m th.linoof lirsi publication hereof. of ih. same will h,b;irr.*.l. Dated at Miami. Florida, ihiKtth day of February, A.D. |MI. HARRY l.. CTPRN As I'o-Kx.-eutor First publication of this notice on Ihe !7th da; of March. l'.-i;i. IRV'IXll t'YI-KN I .AW <>l-'i-'K'i:s Attoi ney tt r Estate 82." Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach, Florida 3 21 R.J0-U IllsWe of ih Miami. loi-liki, on or liefer* ih27th das --i if fail will In ii I, ntlierwlse lo, II I h-i-ri .' %  Pro i in.ii.l analnsi'.Vi.ii for the rellel lielied ill the Kill <-i i'i. Hilda in DATKT1 h\ Miami. Florida, this -_ %  -". T 1 • • -a Marsh, 19m. IT B. I.!' A TtlKltMAN i l^ik of ih. Ian-nil Cntirt f%n> rmnfty Florida -all By: C. P. i 'i iPELANl • Deputy Clerk :i :'7. I 3-in-l" llavSald N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62709 B RE: Estate of DAVID I'llII.I.IPS IVwas.-d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons loir claims od Demands ARaiturt Estate: You are hereby notified and ren .ir.-d to jires.-nt any claims and demands whi.-h you may have attains) |he estate ol I>A\iD l'lllld.ll'S deas.-d late of Dasain.will he barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this JTih dav of .March. A.D. MM. ISYRTIIA MAE PHIL-UPS CITY NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH formerly The North Shore Bank B): Daniel A. Casper Vice, Prealdenl and Trust Officer As Kx.i-utors First publloatlon of this notice on iin 3rd da) of Api II, 1964 I It VINO CTPEN LAW OFFICES ALtome) for K\.. utors 835 Arihm• lioilfi .-. Road, .Miami Beach, I lorldu A 3-10-17-51 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 3263 THE WII.I.I VMSHIRU1I SAVIXCiS HANK. Plaintiff vs. DEAN CARTER and SARAH CARTER, his wife, .-t al. I i. I. Ilda ill NOTICE OF SUIT To: I lean I "ai ti r and Siirah Carter, his Wife, 21 in llol I rive, N.W Apaia in. nt N.i. Atlanta, tlcorjrth" Y.Hi ai, III ...i Ifii d that the almve captloned .i.-iln ha* heeii Instituted attains) you in" iHe I* nil Court .-I ihnih .icnii, .ii Ilorhla in and tut 1 'a,iTi i 'olinl i to i',.I. rinse n mi :aBi mWrti the followlnu d. s.i Ih.-d real j-i •". 11) i...i .'. in .... i.: i-n:>r ADIHI h>s To CAItol, CITY, aci on ln to ih.Plnl th reof, rei rded I" Plat Hook i:-i al Pace I • n H lli-ei ilt ol Imdi • % %  nr %  I I-id., You are ri| h ed n Id em > er i" |>l ilnl iff* ksnnplaiiil n itb the • "|i k of tin %  M i Court, and sei v. ,i %  -!.. then of ii'i-ai. plaini Iffs nt.urney, MARTIX FlXK.'Tlth K I ia I. I", deial U.iil.lu _. dlai I .. ; -.1 ,. nol Inter that) Oil II '-'" I. nr a Decrei t^yufesso will he .ntered nftalnsl j i DATED: March :'i lXI4 E. ii. I.I-:ATIII:I:.MAN Clerk of ih. CirculL Conn By: K. M l.Y.\,AN Deput) Clerk MARTIX FIXE Attorne) f..r Plaintiff i n Ii Floor Hade Ke lei •! He %  : Miami 32, Florida :: 17 I :-|i>-!7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. •fNo. 64C 1M6 I. .1. KAXTRR and I.KOKAP.PI.KR. Plnlntlffm l;: ALTO^S^rS, IXC, :K J Florida %  orporatifin, it al. Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: IHVINC MAUN and MILDRED IIAIIN. his wife IMS Bufortl Highway, N.E. Aparinient Atlanta, (leorgln Yid'. IKVINO HAHN and MILDRED IIAIIN, are hereby notified that a suit has been fH-d in the above stvl.-d Court acainst you by ih.Plaintiffs, I 1. KANTRR and f.BO KAI'.I'l.i:s. which said null has been Instituted for the ptirpoi-e of cancellation of lease iiRre^ment dated I>-c.-mber 1, IMI, toeether with option to purchase ih.. following described property, towlt: Lots 13 and 81, IHSS th.P.E.C. ltl8ht-of.wav, and all or Lots It to ;ia, both inclusive, in PA RAVI! LA HEIOHTS AlddlloN. Block "P." ai'cordinvr to th.I'lat thereof reoorded in Pl.it Hook 4, at Page 183; of Ihe Public II. cords of Dad.County, Klorlda. Yof ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy of your answer or other pleading on Plaintiffs' attorney, Aaron M. Kann.-i, '.'I". Security Trust Building, Miami :'.'.'. Fli rida. and file the original 111 th.office of the Clerk of th.above Court on nr before the 4th dn> ..I May, 1964, and if you fall ro do s... Judgment by default will be taken ngalnst \i.n for the relief demanded in ih,i 'omplalni This Notice shall be published once each week for lour consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH KLolill 'I AN. DATED at .Miami. Dade County. Florida, this K7th day of March, A D. 1964 E R, LEATHERMAX Clerk of noCircuit %  'nun I sea 11 By: C. P. COPELAXii li.-nnn Clerk AARON M K \XXER 24.1 Si ci rlt) Trust Hlds Mi. 32. Fin — Y I: ::-'-_• I.' I 3-IH-17-24 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 2581 FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASS(*'I \TM >N OF IIAMMoNTON. t rnlt.d States { of Ain.-i'li-air.lnMirSiIon. • Plaintiff, VS. TED LEWIS and IHiI'.OTHY L. LEWIS, his wife el al. i i.-f.-ndants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Ted Lewis and l>. rothy L. Lewis, his wife, Residence Cnkonwn, if remarrb-d their unknown spouses, if living and If dead, the unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, llenors, creditors, irust.-.-s or other claimants claiming by, through, under or against any of the above named defendants who are deceased. You are hereby notified that the Above caption'-d action has been instituted against you In the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Clri-uit of Florida in and for Dad-County to foreclose n mortgage upon th.following dvscrihed real property: LEGAL NOTICE Lot 34. Block ::2s CCKTISS PARK,] MANUEL H.IIKL IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62615 B IN RE: Estate of JCDICI* AMBROSE r ll.i-,-a-.sf. / NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Hiving Claims or Demands Against Bald Katate: You Bre hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against tho estate of .ICt.H's AMBROSE deceased late of Dad,County, Florida, to th,County Judges of Dade County, ami file the same in duplicate nnd as provided in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in th.-ir offices In the County Courthouse in I'ade County. Florida, within six calendar months from the lime of the first publication hereof, or the same will he barred. Dated at Miami, Fiorina, this :int day of March. A.D. ISM. VER \ EP.ERHART As Executrix First publication of this notice on the 3rd day of April. 1864. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Vi'TI'i: IS HEREBY rilVEX I •h. undersigned, desiring tl. :: :;. A J-IO-17 -17-24 4 ;'.-i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.i engage in business under the fictitious name ol UNITED SALES! CO. at 7866 N.E. Snd Avenue, Miami. Kh rida Intends i" register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County. Florida. RONNIE-JACK, INC. ta Fla. Corp.) Si.le owner RICHARD ANELSON EHQH Attorney! for Applicant 6oj Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Kla. 4/3-10-17-34 according to the Plat thereof, as recorded in I'lat Booh 50 nt Page 2 of th,Public Records of Dade County, Florida, You are reaiulred to file your answer to plaintiff's complaint With the clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a copy thereof up..n plaintiff's attorney MARTIN FINE, llth Fl ', Dade Federal Building, Miami :12, Klorlda nut later than May 1th, 1864, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be ent. red against you. DATED: March 31, 1964. I-:. U. LEATHERMAN Clerk of ihe Circuit Court (Real) B) : i P. COPELAND Deput) Clerk MARTIN FINE A11,.in. y for Plaintiff I iih FliMir Dad.r, dual Bldg, Miami :'.'-'. Florida I 3-10-17-24 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAMt AND BY THE AUTHOR.TY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA To All. To WHOM THESE PRESENTS SUM.I. COME, UHEETINliS: .Vli.ie.is. WILLIAM TANK. MIAMI. FLORIDA; MARTHA TANK. MIAMI. FLORIDA: ANNETTE WEl'THRICK. I'ORAL UAI!L1'".S. FLORIDA; did nn lie Itilh da) ol August, A 11 19.17, cause :%  he Im-ori uted tinder the laws ..i th. State nl Florida WILLIAM TANK I'll.. INC. a eolpolalii.il. iih iiprincipal placa of huslnei-s al MIAMI. DADE 1'olNTY. in the Slat. of Florida, and whereas such corporation did on the 25th day ol March, A D. 1964, cause t" be filed In the office %  < th,Bedetor) of State of the state of Florida, the documentar) authority required undei Section 1108.37, Florida statutes, showing the dissolution of such corporation. Now. therefore, the Secretory of State do.-., hereb) certify to the foregoing and thai Ii. is satisfied that the requirements of the law have been complied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto net my hand ami have affixed th.tlreai Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the TWENTY KMI'M day Of MARCH, A.D. 1364. a s-.-ii11 TOM ADAMS Secretary of State 4/3/64 Attorney for Executrix Hth Floor Dade Federal .Miami, Florida IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62697 C IN RE: Estate ol TII.I.1K Illlisril Del-eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Yon ar.. hereby notified and required to present any claims and d• II ..nils which i.-u may have against the estnti of TILLIE H1RBCH deceased Litof I'ade County, Florida, 1,. the Count) JlKlgeH ot I'ade i*,.i.i ty, and til.* the sain.in duplicate ami as provided in Section 733.16, Florida Statu • %  -. in their offices u the Count) Courthouse In Dade i',. arty, li. .rida. \\itiiin si\ culendar months from thi time of the flrsl puhlli lit ion h.-i eof, ..i th,same I he harreal Dnteal it Miami, Florida, thlt .: March. A.D 1964. U 'I IS H1RSCH As Adnilnlsi ratait I'irsi publication of this mitlc-i u th, Jril da) "t April, O'I-I LEONARD ti EtiERT .-I Myers, llelin. n ,v Kaplan Altairni \ for Adininlsl rator I I'" S.W 1st Sir, el Miami 116, Ilorhla •I n-io-i7-:4 JOSE ROSES SPECIALIZING IN TAXES fOR INDIVIDUALS and TORtlGN CORPS. 903 Congress Bldg. 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Page 14-A +Jenist Meridian Friday. April 3. 1964 Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN U.S. Conservative Rabbinate Takes Drastic Defense Measure Jerusalem %  *'HE '"" CONSERVATIVE Rabbinical Assembly of America recently too'; i rather drastic step. It announced the engagement by it of an Israel lawyer, former Attorney General Gideon Hausner. ;u seek legal action against the Israel Rabbinate. The reason behind this move is the charge of non-recognition here of divorces granted by Conservative rabbis, and the assertion that this represents a discriminatory procedure both unjustified and contrary to the laws of Israel. For the second time in recent months, the natter was brought up at a meeting of Israel's Cabinet, where Foreign Minister. Mrs. Golda Meir. urged the .Minister of Religious Allans to try to find a solution "satafactory to all concerned." Some time ago an understanding had been reached between the Ministry of Religious Affairs, the Israel Rabbinate and the leaders of the Conservative movement in America, whereby the latter undertook to draw up a list of rabbis qualified to handle divorce procedure, since not every rabbi. Orthodox included, is automatically given such authority. The Rabbinical Assembly now charges that this arrangement is not being honored by the Isriel Rabbinate. This charge, however, is being rejected. The Israel Rabbinate points out that, so far. there have been only two cases in which divorces granted by Conservative rabbis tailed to be recognized, of which one was ultimately confirmed. They stress that the confirmation of each < ivorce, no matter by whom issued, is being determined solely on the basis Of its compliance with the required procedure and customs governing Israels divorce laws. The Rabbinical Assembly insists that this is note quite the case and that confirmation of the divorces issued by its authorized rabbis is affected by the pressure exerted upon the Israel Rabbinate by the Orthodox rabbis of America, who want the grant of divorces to be left exclusively within the purview of their authority; and that the Israel Rabbinate is yielding to that pressure. It is this charge that seems to lie at the heart of the controversy. The Rabbinate rejects the charge of "yielding' and "collusion'' in no uncertain terms. However, the very fact that, at least to some extent, the Israel Rabbinate finds itself entangled in the Internal disputes between the various rabbinical bodies of America, is very much to be regretted. Indeed, the feeling is that all should be done to have this cleared up to the point ol leaving no doubt behind. Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN It is Possible to Write About Dull People With Interest FOOL—BE STILL. By Fannie Hurst. 304 pp. New York: Double-day. $4.95. F ANNIE HURST'S latest novel is a strange, flat book peopled by strange Hat characters who seem neither to think nor to communicate with each other. Part of this dismal atmosphere is intended by the author, who has written some seventeen novels, plus short stories and essays and one autobiography, and should know, one assumes, what she is doing. The story of Nella Fox Boone is a dull one. She is a dull housewife with a good, dull husband and an undistinguished son. She meets a taciturn dancing instructor who, for some reason which remains a mystery to the reader, fascinates and "thrills" her into neglecting her family, even as her husband is dying, into forsaking her son who is Capitol Spotlight: By JESSIE HALPERN Buck Passing of Genocide Begins Again -A Washington UIITH A TWIST of irony, further confused by what appeared I s a legislative executive breakdown in communications, the White House this week turned down a senatorial appeal for pres! lential "leadership'' in pushing U.S. ratification of the aging United Nations Genocide Convention. The complexities of the situation now seem to have grown to overwhelming proportions. Last July, Myer Feldman. Deputy Special Counsel to the President, made it known to congressional lcadi rthat the White House very much wanted Senate ratification of the Genocide Convention. With this understanding, a month ago. a group of 10 senators, headed by Sen. Hugh Scott (R.-Pa.i. wrote President Johnson, asking for his help in the matter, saying: "It is generally recognized that only a strong appeal from the President will brmg this measure to debate and a vote in the Senate." When Sen. Scott received an answer this past week—not from the President, but from Frederick Dutton, Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations—his upset reaction was understandable. In firm fashion, the State Department had confirmed "this Government's dedication to Panorama: the convention's purpose" and continued, "it is the intention of the Administration to ratify the Genocide Convention upon receiving the advice and consent of the Senate." Quipped dejected Sen. Scott, who felt that President Johnson never saw the letter urging White House help in the pressing matter: "it was probably given the same treatment as letters requesting the president to accept a can of salad oil or to crown a beauty queen." Hut the White House immediately disagreed with Sen. Scott's assumptions. A White House spokesman emphatically noted that "no President will ignore 10 Senators who write to him. Many in the While House saw the letter." the spokesman added. "It (the answer 1 went through six drafts; the only problem was how to answer it." While the perplexed Senatorial group tools they "do not know what next we must do in this matter." White House contention is that they must get the support of key Republican conservatives. Specific recommendations were for enlistment of support from Senators Everett Dirkson (111). Bourke Hickenlooper (Iowa and George Aiken (Yt.). A Presidential spokesman noted also that the "White House feels Sen. Fulbright (Ark ) can only bring ratification of the Genocide Convention before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee when he knows he has the votes for it." By DAVID SCHWARTZ All About the Fabulcu; Luck of Levi Eshkol A R E SOME PEOPLE just naturally ** lucky: 1 In Israel, today. I gather irom reading the Israeli press, they are speaking of "the Eshkol luck." am. the Tel Aviv afternoon daily, rotes that already Prime Minister Eshkol ha? received an invitation to visit| the White House and also that the Russians are making more overtures %  Dim than Ben-Gurion. Maariv also notes' that similar luck was his during the time when Eshkol was Minister of Finance. His predecessor. Eliezer Kaplan, was driven almost to despair over funds: but, as soon as Eshkol succeeded him. there were Israel books to draw on and, as Minister of Finance, Eshkol imposed very heavy income taxes on the Israelis, yet such was his luck that his popularity did not wane. One of the stories they told about Eshkol, relative to the way he was drawing money from the people, through the heavy income taxes, was by way of two goats on Ben-Gurion's farm at Sdeh Boker. One goat boasted to the other, "You know, Mr. Ben-Gurion himself milked me the other day." The second goat said he didn't see that it made any c'.iiferenee to a goat who milked him. "Oh. 1 don't know," said the first goat, "I don't suppose you would care for Mr. Eshkol to milk you." Mr. Eshkol himself is said to admit to a belief in luck. He quotes the old Jewish aphorism: "Even the Holy Sefer Torah must have Mazel." (It is luck or chance which determines which of the Holy Scrolls will be selected from the Ark for the honor ol the religious service i But it may not be all luck in the case of Mr. Eshkol. He is a very hard worker and has worked at many things. He toils over budgets and foreign affairs now. but he has toiled with the hoe and the plough too. Not so long ago, it is related, he visited an outlying rural district and, noticing some weeds growing around a tree, he called the farmer to task. "But I have no tractor to remove the weeds," the farmer said. "Who needs a tractor?" said Eshkol! "Give me a hoe." The farmer brought a hoe and Eshkol went to work. In a short time, the weeds were gone. The farmer looked on in amazement. "You know," he said, "I think we should change jobs." then accidentally killed, and eventually into rejecting another nice man for the martyrdom of his sullen embrace. She also rears the teen-aged boy who killed her son. but he. with more prescience than anyone else in the book, goes on his way as quickly as possible, leaving no relationship and presumably little regret behind. The plot, which sounds like a reject from "Queen for a Day," is unrelieved by insight or sensitivity. The story is written, in lact. in a kind ot shorthand. It is typical of Miss Hurst's style to express feeling in a casual, superficial manner, but she has never before carried it to such an extreme. The book reads as though it were jotted down in notes, with the author too bored, herself, to figure out motivation or reaction, much less to dramatize it. It is possible to write about dull people with intercut and even with brilliance; there are things to be said about such lives which are important. Miss Hurst has said none of them, and she has allowed the drab substance of her subject matter to infect the creative process itself. This, for the reader, is a fatal imposition. Off the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN On a Trip to Miami IT WAS AN uneventful one except for %  one dialogue. On the train that was bringing us to Miami, our close fellow passenger was a young man. tall, hand some and with a physique that could have belonged to a ballplayer on the way to training in the warmlands oi the country. He was of the silent, but of a silence that apparently did not belong to any of the above categories He sdt aione, reading, taking notes, pausing occasional^ in contemplation as he imbibed the unfolding landscape, returning at once to what X now suspected was a forbidden or perhaps pornographic book. However, on bending to curiosity, I found that he was reading a book on theology by one of the world.leading existensionalist thinkers. And before long I di> covered equally that the young man was not an athlete but a minister who was returning to his parish in a small city in the very heart of Florida. Since I had been reading a book on a related subject—heretics and heresies in religion—the door to conversation was easily opened. Now that rapport had been established between us through the medium of a quasitheological dialogue (I am not, I must confess, the most erudite person in such matters) the area of confrontation was bound to widen, and it did. Tell me Reverend. I boldly confronted the young clergyman, how can men profess belief in the Christian faith and divine creation and at the same time conduct themselves ungodly and unchristianly toward men whom God in His wisdom created black? The answer was swift and radiant. "I am an integrationist." replied the young man, "and I am in favor of the Civil Rights bill that is currently under Congressional consideration." We were now on common ground and the conver sation at once veered toward attitudes in the South and what hope there was for Southerners to begin recognizing the Negro equation in the American patterns, including their own enclaves. The man's countenance was now transparent with agony. He wished he could speak of an imminent transformation of attitudes on a scale wide enough to influence public opinion In the areas of repression, but his truth was that the "South may not see the light" on the question of human rights for the Negro before the end of this century.



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April 3, 1964 LEGAL NOTICE IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN AND DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA AT LAW No. ML 743 PROPERTIES, INC.. n nd .. INC c.f MARGATE, iMniiR HOMK8, INC., ami IAN II. iiii. -ml.-ms. [NOTICE TO APPEAR IN PROCEED.NG TO -ESTABLISH LOST NOTE IROADMOOR HOMES, INC., a brldn corporation I NATHAN Rl 'i il'. ANTI Tl > A 1.1. c i TII1TI; IKRSt >.N s i NT i•:i:i :STI %  :11 AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED to |,l appear before the Hi 'able i: s. nul/.. one "f the Jutlgea of ove -i> led COUI I in the Bade i i "ourt House at Miami, Plor1:4.1 o'clock P.M., mi the 23rd April, I I'd I, and thi n and thi re .in-. If any you can. b) nnliiuly filed, as required by law. kinpromissory note, dencribed in let It Inn un file herein, of which Blowing is a true copy, to-wlt: 14-F. 14,500.00 July ".. 1962 It-io month* after date, for value ved, we piomiae in pay t,, th, ..I JOYCE PROPERTIES, INC., II iila corianatlon, ami CARiiL i.i MARGATE, a Florida cornl|..n. Four Thousand Five llun($i,.-,iiii.inii Dollars, payable at Bank ni' I mda County, of North pin Beach, Florida, with Interest f !" ", "' '•'' i"-'' 'int. per annum date until fully paid. The ki-r ami endorser nf tins note ther agree to waive demand, noi.f non-payment ami protest, in case suit shall be brought fur collection hereof, or the -aimto incollected upon demand of ittorney, tu puj reasonable ats i.. s tor making such collii.n.. %  This mil,may I..prepaid at anvil-ami in any amount without Halt) I his note is subject to the terms -ni Am-.-in, i,i ,., Warrantj bj betw. en the parties dated June +Jewisti th>ridiam Page 1S-A r MMNU BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desliinti to eni in business under the fictitious nor... of iTSTii.Mi:il RELATION SERVICE at Suite BIO, 120 Lincoln Road, .Miami Beach, l-'l.i Int-nd to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court "I Dade County, Floi Ida EDWARD I.. HERNS Hole > mil-All, KWITNEY SILVERSTEIN, KWITNEY .v U" n HISS Attorneys for Applicant iL'n Lincoln Road I : -: by ih,. undei signed, default will .,,-, %  the n n %  tn Immediately mature. URl <\ I I.MI >i i|< in iM|.„s. IM • a Florida i %  r|initlon B> : > Nathan U. R i (seal) l 11 .-ill. nt, Nathan U, Rood l'-st: s Lillian i '. Houvei in (seal) lurj Lillian i '. Souverin %  NOTE PERSI i.NAI.i.Y ENBY XATH \N II. ROOK) %  Hllssin „,,,,. |„ .,,,,...,,, ,„ 1 etltlon I., ha ,. hi i, |ot, mis" r stolen, should not be n -i stabned, and lo whii h mid proml the II l ll tli ni praj.thai a 'I I "i r. %  i-op) thereof I,. ,-.' %  %  > • % %  nnd in lieu ..f the U note, and thai said re-established V ,'". '"•• %  rce.l i the sole and ?,:,,.. l !'',i"' '> f JOYCE PROPUtGATF '''" A l: 1 IN| "' HEREIN KAIL NOT. WITNESS my hand and seal of said %  •"'< at the County Court House an. County, Florida, this -'.tli daj of arch, 1964. E, It. WEATHERMAN, Clerk f s.ii.I Court %  I) By: c. I". COPELAND, l' piny Clerk 'I >NI)ER ami Pl.i ii i.M lornej s for Petitioners H N.K. I2."lth -"; ,,.,., Ttb Miami, Moiiili, XIH'I I-S.28 2 13-20-27, l 3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I tlif undersigned, desiring to ensraae In business undr the fictitious name of APEX SUPPLY at .TIT Southwest Street, Miami. Florida Intends to register paid name with tin Clerk of iii" Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BEAI'TV \Nr> i: VRBER SUPPLIES, INC. Attoi nej SHAPIRO, FRIED .\WEIL, Esoa. 107 Linln >:..i s ii.ui-B Mian.. Bi a. ii, Florida .: 13 20-27. IM NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undi rslgnetl, desii ng to engage In business under the fictitious name of ENQUIRE Fl >R HUTS .ii Dade County, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Cirouil Com t of I lade I 'ountj I loi Ida, ESQCIKE l-"H: iilFTB, INC. a Eli rida cori>orutlon, Owner of ESQl'IRE l""i: UIFTS SIDNEY I:I R( i.NSuN Attorney for Rsqnlre for Gifts, Inc. ^'11 s,., urlty Trust Bids. Miami :::'. Horldn 1 :'T. I S-10-17 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59615-C IN RE: Estate i r .ll'I.IA E. IIII i|> !• a -. i NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereb} alven thai I IM,. 'i!...i I Inul Reiinrl and Petition for I lisiriiiin i in ami Kinal Discharge as Kxecutur of the estate nf .IILIA I* t : l 1 1 | >, ii. ceased and thai on tin 13th day m April, IS64, win applj to the Honorable Count> Juuites ol l in tie i 'mint). i-.'N rida, foi m %  .val of said Final Report and for dial i' i tinn ami filial discharge as Executoi nf the • stati of i he itbuvi -us netl ili..iii.ni. Tins Bth day of Murt-h, li'tti DANIEL. A RI'DD, Executor by Herman T. Isis, Attorney HERMAN T IS1H C'i Box IT.'T Coral I labli a, Fla. :; 13 20 27, I ; NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 64C 2521 SAM SI'IKliEL. Plaintiff, Vs. ANNA BARD SPIEGEL, I i.li'ii.lain. SUIT FOR DIVORCE You, ANNA BARH si'ir.i;i:i„ an hereb; iiii.il thai a Complaint for Divorce lias -..—ii Hied against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, tCOMMKL .v l.ia.i.i.s, -un Lincoln Road, Miami lleni Ii. Klnri.la 38139 and file the original Answer or other Pleading in the office ol the Clerk of the Clrctflt Court on or before the nib day of April, 1964. li you fail t.i do so, judgment by default will be taken against you im the relief demanded In tinComplain! unDivorce. Tins notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH ELORID1AN. DONE AND ORDERED HI Miami Florida, this nth da) of March, AD. 1964. E. B. M3ATHERMAN, Clerk, Irctht ("..in i. I lade i 'mini.. Floi Ida iCil'cuil i '.mi i Si al I By: L. SNI:|.;I II;N. Deputy Clerk K< I.MMEL .v i:i •• IERS 12" Lincoln Ro id .Miami i;, .. h, r'lorlda I :: 13-20-27, I ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJenislh fhrldKhMn solicits your legal notice*. Ws appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit 3-4005 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKIIY GIVEN tin the undersigned, desiring to engaf in business under the fictitious nan of mU'THEART CASUAL ll'KN Tl 'RE CO., H 8701 Northeast 4t Avenue, Miami. Florida Intend i reglsti isaid name ith the I "li of the Circuit Courl of Dade Cou tv. Florida CEBl! RATTAN OF FLORIDA, IN HOWARD R. IIIRSCH Attorney for Cebu Rattan of Florida, Inc. 3 20-S7 I INOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thi %  tinundersigned, desiring to engat I in business under the fictitious nan "I ABBE JALOCSIE, AWNINi "WINDOW AND DOOR en. ,i ::;• N. W. ITth Avenue, Miami, mt. i I I., register said name with the Clei %  of | ||,. Ch, ml | 'Olirt of I 1,|. I.ty, Klorida. MYRON I NATHAN RUTH NATHAN NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OI\ EN Hi ih, undesigned, desiring to engage business under the fictitious name PROFESSIONAL REALTORS .il l.v East iih Avenue, HI ileah, Fla., I tends lo register said name with tl Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dii County, I'lnri.i ,. Mm: n IN ANCHELL I. a li on N THE COUNTY UDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61873C RE: Estate of 1SADORE SCHWARTZ, a k a ISHinl; SCHWARTZ, a k a isils iRjj] SCHWARTZ, : ".• -. .1. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditors nnd All Persons HavIK Claims or Demands Against Said mate: You are hereby notified and retired to present any claims and deiiinds which you maj have against a estate of Isadore Schwartt, u k s ldor Schwarta, a/k a Isidore Schnrtg dei %  i-.-,i late of Dade County, Ion, t.. Hi,, I'I.IIIIIV Judges of Dade '"inty. and file Ihe same In dupll '"' api ,\ Idetl in s, .i |..II lorida Statutes, in their offli ..nun Courthouse in Dade Coun>. %  im HI. ,. within six calendar months the time if the first publication uf, oi the same will he barred, I'a ted at Mi i.ni. Florida, Ihli li) ..I Mar h. A 11, 19 i HI In ILPH SCHWARTZ V Administrator 11 irst publication of this I (fh u may have against •>!• %  of PAUL A. MACAROFF late ,,f 11.,.i.. County, the County Judges of Dade nty. and Me the same in and as provided In '"•.Florida Statutes, In !" W the County Co a'house in 1 onni,-, Florida, within six ,,li ,"""''""" hereof, or the same 1 '• barred. '•""' %  Miami. PWIda, this 19th 01 March, A.D. I9S4 > LEON A. EPSTEIN AJ Administrator "*t i.ubiieati,,,, „f this notice mi A. K;'s•^, %  Ma %  |, • ,: ""' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 2872 .1. s. CILEASOS, .lit., as Administrator of Veterans Affairs, an Officer ol the United States of America, and his successors In such office, and his or their aastena, H.itntil'f. vs. CAKMELO SANCHEZ, el ux, et al, i etenilanis. NOTICE OF SUIT Mt.MLi.. • .->.M nr.li ami HILDA SANCHEZ, Irs wife, if liviiiu. Including any unknown spouses of saiil Defendants if the> have remarried* and If dead, their unknown h.iis. devisees, grantees, assignees, creditors, henors, trustees, ami all otfiek persona L-laiminjj by, through, To: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No 64C 2456 IN THE MAT I'KK i IK THE ADOPTION >K j A NTH iNETTE I AVIS, i A minor child. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Ti 1: CHRISTINE DAVIS Coin,Ni.. 1 DH\ Isbro, i leorgla YOU, CHRISTINE DAVIS, are I hereby noiiiie.l that a Petition for j Adoption has I..-, n filed in the above gcyled Courl ami you are reciuiited to 'file ihe original answer or objections to show cause why said petition should mil i.e granted in the office of ihe Clerk of the above styled Court, ami ooples ih< iiiii i.n ihe uttorney for Petitioners, OAKIJICY (1, SMITH. I im N.W. North River Drive, Miami. Il.riila. ..ii ..Ibefore the lllh day of April, 1964, i'h. re Is no known address of VELENE JORDAN, the natural father, ami after dlligenl s.ar.h, the WhereI abouts ni VELENE JORDAN IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No b2349- IN KIT: Estate ..r i.. A. .ii I.N i:.-. also knnj n LESLIE ALLAN J( I.N ITS, I leceasi .i. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i i. on. mid All Pel s Having Claims ..i li-iiiainis Against Said I .Hll ^ en are hei i by notified ami i equir.-ii in in-, s.ii*. an ( \ L-luims ami dementis ivhlt-h >ou ma> have against un estate of 1. .\. Jt>.\ES, al.-., known as LESLIE ALI.A.s .HINI.S. j det-easetl late "i l>ude County, Plori NOTICE TO ma. in iii,t'ounu Judges •.! UadelTo Ml t'l-etlltors County, and file the same In dupil-1 i| av lng CIHIIIIM or ai,. anil as provided in St-ction 13.18, | s ml Estate Florida Statutes, in iht-lr oilices In | y..ii' .-,,. her !the Coiiniv Courthouse in l>ade Ctiunjnuired i' \\. Hoi ma. within six calendar months I mil „ IN In THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP" N AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62391 A RE Estate of .-AMI'ITI. I. CURTIS, 11. ci %  %  I. CREDITORS and AH i'ir-.. Demands Agaii Hot from tin In i.-..;. Kited 11 I t h ir Hosame at Miami. first publication will In barred. Horldn. i .lav .a Mareh, A.D. I (nil. A. .IA i CRISTOL As Aoinliiis. i ator Elrsl publli a ion <>f this not Ice th. i.ali daj "I Man h. 1904. A. .IA V CIUSTl IL Aiiornev lor Atlmlnlstrator i:'.ih Floor, I >.ni. Kederal lihlg. •.'1 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami. Flu. ;: IS-! '-:T. i"i ii pre \\ hit h notified -nt any claims I i.n may hai < SAMIITI. L, ami I. anil .1 again i "URTI I :: {eased P'i'la. to l'U|l|lntion iheir ofunder or against th .nils, whoae rcsraences are unkuuu n: YOU ARE IIITKLKV NOTIFIED thai a still has been brought against you by .1. IT uReasun, JR., aAdministrator of V'elorans Affairs, an Officer of the I'II:. ,1 States of America, a ml his sut SSI -i l icfl ii.... ami his or Iheir assigns, to foreclose a mortgage i i i rmni ring the follow'ing ih s.i ii'i-it property, to-wlt: l...t 9, in !$] %  k t, f CAKi il. CI'I'Y LAKiT STEVEN ESTATES, according in the plnl thereof, as recorded in rial I k 6.1, ai page ill. of ih.public i. .i,ls ,,f Dade i' i\. 1...i ids II ".iTTHKIt WITH: ';. B. Refrigerator RA 11T; and veil are retiulred to file your answi i w nil the Cli rk of the > 'Ir. cult Courl of Halle i'ounl\. l-loilna. at the Courthouse in Miami, Florida, on or before April -". 1964, ami to serve a copy of sm-h answer upon Plaintiff's attorney, DAVID I'. CATSMAN, whosi address ;.i"i East Flagler street, Miami ::_'. norida, on or before said date, as retiulred by the laws of Floiiiia. It you fail to do so. the complaint will be taken as confessed by >mi ami a Decree Pro Confesso Mill h.. entered against you ior the relief demanded in the complaint, DATED this IJth .lav of March, 1964. E. R. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County. Florida By: i'. P. COPELAND Deputy Clerk DAVID 1'. CATSMA.N im Kasi Fiagler Street .Miami S3, Florida. 3/20-27 4:1-1(1 Defendi lin.iMii. is ll ii HEREIN PAIL Ni IT. or the relief requested b> tile Petilionera, shall be ^:anted. DATED ih H 9th daj of March, 1964. IT. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk : i he i 'il'i nil Court (seal) ITC. I\ COI-ITLAND I '• ;iuty i :ierk J. 13 20-27, I :: a IN : i N for A.lminl Ll t""i Beabh, Fk>r nooln it oat: si rat or NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN Ihnl the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under ihe fictitious name of CHATEAU APARTMENTS al ,',:i Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, Plorlda, Intend to register Bald name with the clerk of th. Carcult Court of Dade <'..nntv. Plorlda, CIS KIKI VNI) MOLLIE KURLAND RICHARD A NELSON, iii>", Lincoln Road, Miami Beai ii. r ... Attorneys for Chateau Inartments NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni .'nil. IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, s: SHAPIRO, FRIEDA WITH.. Bsqs, i"T Lm. .in RoadSuite l-B .Miami Uc ich, Florida (313* :; IS-20-27, 1,3 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61480-C In KIT: Estate of BARBARA ANN MOROAN Dei a sed, NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn All Creditors and All Persons 11.IVng claims ,.r Demands Agalaat baid Estate: You anhereby notified anil required to present any claims ami demands which ".un may have against th, estate of BARBARA ANN Mi'R0 \N ii.. eased lat,of I lade County, Plorlda, to ih.. county Judges nf ia


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ihi .. Sher's hometown, are expected to join local family to do honor to the beloved and vigorous Jacob mark Ing three quarters oi a century ol life Among guests will be his sis tcr. Mrs. Kae Jacobstein. and the former Mary Fowlersister and brother. Mrs. Martha Byrne. James Fowler and his wife.. On Saturday, the same group will celebrate a milestone in the life of still another relative— Monty Gordon, who will be Bar M.i/vab at Temple Israel His parents. Peggy and Stuart Cor. on. will honor him at a huge party in their home Saturda> night A well known horse breeder. Sher is a lormer president ot West Plagler Kennel Club ... A M'aml resident for the past 35 years, he's a member of Beth David and has been affiliated with Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Jewish Home for the Aged, and is a founder and trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital Happy, happy birthday, and many more. Their 4.>th wedding anniversary celebrated by longtime res identa Tillie and David Frankel. of 8948 Abbott Ave on Mar. 30 The Krankels. who came here from New York City in 1046. have three children, and 10 grandchildren, with an 11th on the way Son Bernard and daughter Norma (Mrs. Oscar Continued on Page 6-B td from important meetings in Washington, D. C. will be guest speaker. Mrs Lehman announced that additional members ol the commit tee include Mrs, Bernard Abel, xr.-v Lin Duntov, Mrs. Mover Egg nitz, Mrs. Charles P. Peinberg, Mrs Morton Pellman, Mrs. Em.uel Goldstrich, Mrs Milton Gre Mrs, Irving Kaplan. Mrs. Floren Kupperman, Mrs. Allied Iteic i Mrs. Donald Rubin, Mrs. Lar ilverman, Mrs Sol Silverma Mrs. Gerald Soltz, Mrs. Alfr ilone ar.d Mrs. Philip Thau. Book Review Series Ending Mi dent Ema PTA two the l ok 8:30 Dr The Alexander Kogan, presiand subscribers of Sisterhood of Temple ring a guest tree mi El, an Mrs. Robert Frank, tickets. re on in\ ited their president, announce that the organizations will CO-sponsor final session of the current review -erics on Tuesday at p.m. Irving Lehrman will review Fanatic." by Meyer Levin. To bs held at the North Brai Building, 77th St. and Duke Ave., a reception will follow th< program. Mrs. Leonard Abramson a id Mrs. Seymour Alterman are i >• chairmen of the series. Harburt's fun shift t^ "kekko" 18.98 Inspired by the famous Finland-imports, and a cool, easy way to dress in ihe city. All "Kekkos" are in old-wcrld cotton prints; some brilliant, others in offbeat coior combos Shown from our group; ycke-shift in orange or blue, 8 to 14. boOer ^pOr'Srfvcri', louu ... ^. DOWNTOA'N MIAMI !ai all 6 Bufdme's stores) sunshine fashions BURD I N DOWNIOWN MIAMI. OADEIAND MIAMI RDACH, 163-d i'REET FT. IAUDERDAIE, WEST PAiM EEACH


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* Jew 1st) Fhridian
Page 3-B
[ladassah Kennedy Memorial Luncheon
Will Hear Mrs. Epstein on Monday
- i Beach Chapter of Eiadai
sponsoring ;i tribute lunch
[,,n | \\w John Fitzgerald Ken-
Vfemorial Building of the
ah-Hebrew University Med-
ina! Center in Ein Karem. Israel.
ill:. I by Mrs. Ellis Amdur.
It'ic cent" is scheduled for Mon-
Llay, ^pr. 6, at the Doral Beach
I Hotel Hadassah members and
[friend! will be gives an opportu
i ,\ | have their names inscribed
| thi Memorial Building to dem-
onstrate their belief "in the ideals
and aspirations oi our late, great
! esid< nt."
Mr- Nat Barth. president, Mi-
imi Beach Chapter of Iladassah,
till introduce the principal speak-
i (.t the afternoon, Mrs Moses
E| : ce.
Mrs Epstein, frequently de-
kcribi as "a dynamic leader of \
l.er people," is at present serv-
ing a- national wills and bequest
Lfeairn an of Iladassah.
?' I'm- ex editor of the iladassah
I'Newsletter" and member of the
^nrlc Zioni.-t Actions Committee,
'omen's Program
>et at Variety
"An You Ready for the Ques
Ion?" is the subject of a talk
(i be -:vcn by Mrs. Edward Mel-
liker. president of the Association
il Fl< rida Hospital Auxiliaries.
SIk will head the program of
fir Variety Children's Hospital
vomen's Committee at a meeting
Monday noon in the Alpine Room
if th. Lucerne Hotel.
Mr- Melniker, a past president
il tb< committee, is presently
Hvisi r to the Candy Stripers, a
iolun:eer group of teenagers who
jssist at the hospital.
Variety's Women's Committee
ovides support for the hospital
rough fund-raising programs and
pnducts volunteer projects.
President is Mrs. George Lewis.
Mr>. E] st< in :i- national i hair
n.an j>t i(... la pah's got \c:.t. in
held in Denver in iwT, and again
in 19*2 when the convention waa
held in Pittsburgh, Pa.
She has been in Israel 21 times,
her latest visit in 1363. when she
served as chairman oi dedication
ceremonies of the "Mother and
Child Pavilion."
A past national president of
Iladassah. during her more than
three decades of public service.
Mrs. Epstein has traveled to vir-
tually every Jewish community in
this country, and has attended
every important Zionist meeting
in the I'nited States and abroad
Serving with Mrs. Amdur are
CO-chairman, Mrs. Fred Jonas: ar-
rangements committee. Mrs. Har-
old Melnick; program chairman.
Mrs Henry B. Wernick.
Singini! of Hativah and Star-
spangled Banner will be by Joyce
Farber. accompanied by Olga Bi-
bor Stern.
Program v ill include excerpts
from the "Three Penny Opera"
with members of the original cast.
Asthma Group
Holds Luncheon
First annual membership lunch-
eon oi the .Miami Beach Chapter
of the Asthmatic Children's Foun-
dation WM hejd at Waldman's.Ho-
lei. The chapter was founded by
Mrs. Milton Koch as the lirst chap-
ter of the Foundation.
Chairman of the luncheon was
Mrs. Milton Koch, and co-chair
man was Mrs. Milton* Ehrenreich.
Mrs. Jack Rosenblatt and Miss
Lorraine Newberg were in charge
of tickets. Mrs. Max Rosenblatt is
chairman in charge of the sale of
bricks to raise money for "Shrine
of Hope." Mrs. Jerry Resnick is
president.
In tribute to the $250,000 Resi-
dential Treatment Center being
reeled in No. Miami Beach by the
Foundation, contributions of S672
w e r e spontaneously volunteered
by members and guests.
Miami Beach Chapter of the
Asthmatic Children's Foundation
participated i n recent ground-
Distinguished guests who will at breaking ceremonies for the new
tend include Congressman Claude Ccn,er and sponsored the educa-
r. r, ., tional Open Forum held at the
Pepper, Dade County Mayor Chuck M),rcantile Nationa, Rank conf)uct.
Hall and Miami Beach Mayor cri ov Dr. Nelson Zivitz. chairman
Melvin Richard. of the Medical Advisory Board.
Sorority Dinner Dance
Members of tin. < imi Delta Psi
Sorority held its annual dr
dance in the Casanova Room ol
the l)i auville Hotel on Satur .'ay.
According in \iis> Sunnie Gozan-
-';., mw fin persons were prrrcrit
to see the Eddie Fisher Show,
danced to the music oi I.es Rhode
and enjoyed the dancing oi Hal
Loman and Ruth Laurence.
Weizmann Branch
Meeting Tuesday
To Hear Rabbi
Chaim Weizmann Branch of
Farband will hold a regular meet-
ing on Tuesday, 8 p.m., at the
Washington Federal Auditorium,
Normandy Isle.
Rabbi Morris Skop. of Temple
Beth Shirah. will be guest speaker
on "Remembering Not to Forget."
His talk will commemorate the
anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto
uprising.
Mrs. Doris Medcove will be hos-
tess for the evening in honor of
her new grandchild. Chairman of
the branch is Moe Levin.
lusical Comedy
lasses to Start
Spr.'g series of the Roy Oliver
-u..1 come;ly classes will start
s lay. Apr. 3, at the Miami
| .atorv. and are open to all
- from pie teens to adults.
The course will run for five con-
n \itr.e Sundays, and will he five
i' ng, starting at 12:30 p.m.
w ill be taught by meni-
the (acuity of the Miami
loi si atorj Oliver is in charge
t clas -
Oliver will conduct the
\\ i lasses Laura Hose May
I reel the dancing classes.
6 North will be musical
lirecl .
Leaving for Convention
Mrs Harrj Rosenblatt, national
sident Women's American
pRT ind expansion chairman for
eS itheam area; Mrs. Florence;
man, number o! the \a
1 Field Expansion Commit-
tee I region v*ce president;
>nd Mrs. William Fishman, Re-1
e president, will leave tor
1 i. ii to attend a nation-
I' board meeting at the
somerset Inn on Apr. 5 to 7.
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Friday April 3. 1964 *• Jew 1st) Fhridian Page 3-B [ladassah Kennedy Memorial Luncheon Will Hear Mrs. Epstein on Monday i Beach Chapter of Eiadai sponsoring ;i tribute lunch [,, n | \\w John Fitzgerald KenVfemorial Building of the ah-Hebrew University Medina! Center in Ein Karem. Israel. ill:. I by Mrs. Ellis Amdur. It'ic cent" is scheduled for MonLlay, ^pr. 6, at the Doral Beach I Hotel Hadassah members and [friend! will be gives an opportu i ,\ | have their names inscribed | thi Memorial Building to demonstrate their belief "in the ideals and aspirations oi our late, great esid< nt." MrNat Barth. president, Miimi Beach Chapter of Iladassah, till introduce the principal speaki ( .t the afternoon, Mrs Moses • E| :et at Variety "An You Ready for the Ques Ion?" is the subject of a talk (i be -:vcn by Mrs. Edward Melliker. president of the Association il Fl< rida Hospital Auxiliaries. SIK will head the program of fir Variety Children's Hospital vomen's Committee at a meeting Monday noon in the Alpine Room if th. Lucerne Hotel. MrMelniker, a past president il tb< committee, is presently Hvisi r to the Candy Stripers, a iolun:eer group of teenagers who jssist at the hospital. Variety's Women's Committee ovides support for the hospital rough fund-raising programs and pnducts volunteer projects. President is Mrs. George Lewis. Mr>. E] st< in :inational i hair n.an j>t i(... la pah's got \c:.t. in held in Denver in iwT, and again in 19*2 when the convention waa held in Pittsburgh, Pa. She has been in Israel 21 times, her latest visit in 1363. when she served as chairman oi dedication ceremonies of the "Mother and Child Pavilion." A past national president of Iladassah. during her more than three decades of public service. Mrs. Epstein has traveled to virtually every Jewish community in this country, and has attended every important Zionist meeting in the I'nited States and abroad Serving with Mrs. Amdur are CO-chairman, Mrs. Fred Jonas: arrangements committee. Mrs. Harold Melnick; program chairman. Mrs Henry B. Wernick. Singini! of Hativah and Starspangled Banner will be by Joyce Farber. accompanied by Olga Bibor Stern. Program v ill include excerpts from the "Three Penny Opera" with members of the original cast. Asthma Group Holds Luncheon First annual membership luncheon oi the .Miami Beach Chapter of the Asthmatic Children's Foundation WM hejd at Waldman's.Holei. The chapter was founded by Mrs. Milton Koch as the lirst chapter of the Foundation. Chairman of the luncheon was Mrs. Milton Koch, and co-chair man was Mrs. Milton* Ehrenreich. Mrs. Jack Rosenblatt and Miss Lorraine Newberg were in charge of tickets. Mrs. Max Rosenblatt is chairman in charge of the sale of bricks to raise money for "Shrine of Hope." Mrs. Jerry Resnick is president. In tribute to the $250,000 Residential Treatment Center being reeled in No. Miami Beach by the Foundation, contributions of S672 w e r e spontaneously volunteered by members and guests. Miami Beach Chapter of the Asthmatic Children's Foundation participated i n recent groundDistinguished guests who will at breaking ceremonies for the new tend include Congressman Claude Ccn,er and sponsored the educar. r, ., !" tional Open Forum held at the Pepper, Dade County Mayor Chuck M) rcantile Nationa Rank conf)uct Hall and Miami Beach Mayor cri ov Dr Nelson Zivitz. chairman Melvin Richard. of the Medical Advisory Board. Sorority Dinner Dance Members of tin. < imi Delta Psi Sorority held its annual dr dance in the Casanova Room ol the l)i auville Hotel on Satur .'ay. According in \iis> Sunnie Gozan-';., mw fin persons were prrrcrit to see the Eddie Fisher Show, danced to the music oi I.es Rhode and enjoyed the dancing oi Hal Loman and Ruth Laurence. Weizmann Branch Meeting Tuesday To Hear Rabbi Chaim Weizmann Branch of Farband will hold a regular meeting on Tuesday, 8 p.m., at the Washington Federal Auditorium, Normandy Isle. Rabbi Morris Skop. of Temple Beth Shirah. will be guest speaker on "Remembering Not to Forget." His talk will commemorate the anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising. Mrs. Doris Medcove will be hostess for the evening in honor of her new grandchild. Chairman of the branch is Moe Levin. lusical Comedy lasses to Start Spr.'g series of the Roy Oliver -u..1 come;ly classes will start s lay. Apr. 3, at the Miami | atorv. and are open to all from pie teens to adults. The course will run for five conn \itr.e Sundays, and will he five i' ng, starting at 12:30 p.m. • w ill be taught by menithe (acuity of the Miami loi si atorj Oliver is in charge t clas Oliver will conduct the \\ i lasses Laura Hose May I reel the dancing classes. 6 %  North will be musical lirecl Leaving for Convention Mrs Harrj Rosenblatt, national sident Women's American pRT ind expansion chairman for eS itheam area; Mrs. Florence; man, number o! the \a 1 Field Expansion Committee I region v*ce president; >nd Mrs. William Fishman, Re1 e president, will leave tor 1 i. ii to attend a nation• I' board meeting at the somerset Inn on Apr. 5 to 7. 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Page 2-B *Jewi By EDYTHE SCHINDLER He's in the Faded Pages of a Mrs. II a r r y Kapell sat on the sun dappled balcony of her apartment at 3177 So. Ocean Dr.. and told about the day God took a holiday. Some ten years ago. a plane crashed in San Francisco and William Kapell. age thirty-one. lather of two small children, and one of the greatest pianists in the world, was dead. He had just appeared with Pablo Casals at the Prades Festival and in Australia, where he gave forty concerts in fifteen weeks. His letters home were filled with plans for concerts, plans to record concertos and solo works, plans to learn new works, and plans for teaching at the Juilhard School in New York. He Would Run Greater Miamians still recall with a twinge of painful nostalgia his electric concerts here with the University of Miami Symphony. "He always had big plans."' said Mrs. Kapell. "Even as a little fellow growing up in Miami, he had a strong will. 1 would take him to the park, and he would follow a bird to hear his song, and I would follow him. He would snatch a flower to know its secret. The other little boys were made to sit and behave. Me. 1 let him run. When he was a little fellow, he'd sit on the floor in the parlor and listen to Caruso on the victrola. He tried to imitate Caruso. Later, when he was famous, he used to say. "A piano has to sound like the human voice of Caruso.' •Yes, that's what he used to say. I'll never forget when he was two and a half, we went to the country for the summer. At the hotel was a lady who liked MR. AND NIKS. HAW KAPEU their son is o memory to play the piano in the afternoons. She didn't play real good music—you know, the popular classics. Well, every afternoon he used to sit on the piano bench with her. He'd stroke her arm and say, 'Pay more.' He couldn't say play.' He'd say. 'Pay more. Willie like it.' He Always Sang ••One day. a teen-age boy came. He sat down and playe Then I heard Willie scream. He screamed and screamed. I came running. He cried. Get olf the piano,' he told the boy. Don't pay.' The boy was playing jazz. You know he always sang when he played, even at concerts. He had a good voice. When he was live and in kindergarten, they put him in a school play. He held an imaginary violin in his hanc's and sang. T wish I had a fiddle." In hard. I us< d to tell h m. 'Willie don't work so hard' lie didn't listen. There was nothing hall u aj about him. He was alw aj excited. He ha I to be perfect, to play perfectly. We never pushed Willie. For us he didn'l have lo be great. For us he "aour Willie. That was enough, "But let me tell von Scrapbook him Once, when he was to plaj with a famous conductor. he arrived in the city to find the conductor had rehearsed the wron8 concerto. He never said a word. That night, he looked himself in a music studio and learned a whole new concerto. In one night, he learned it. Imagine The conductor could hardlj believe it. Once, he was scheduled to record the Brahms Sonata No. 3 in D Minor with Jascha Heifet*. He'd never played ii before. So he got a friend to rehearse with hmi. In fourteen hours, he learned that sonata, imagine." The mother turned the pages Of a scrapbook. Pictures of William Kapell in his studio, at his Steinway, with his children, with his brother, were scattered about the table and floor. He Loved Israel "Pictures I got," said the mother. "Pictures. That's all." Furiously, she thumbed through the album. "When he played in Israel he < Id mne encores Imagine He loved the people in Israel. He wrote me, I play my heart out for them Imagine. So lie played lhe piano, and everybodj came to listen. Tell your husband you made them yourself. (Just don't forget to throw out the empty box) AVAILABLE AT FROZEN FOOD CABINETS EVERYWHERE. WIUIAM KAPIU genius in flight And they came to crj grave. 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Friday, April 3, 1964 +Js*i$t> Fk>ridiar) Page 3-B (adassah Kennedy Memorial Luncheon iWil! Hear Mrs. Epstein on Monday Beach Chapter of Ilaclas. %  msoring a tribute luncht, n ; flFS John Fitzgerald Ken \ Memorial Building of the .h Hebrew University Medical Center in Fin Karem, Israel. Chaired by Mrs. Ellis Amdur. jde t •• ent" is scheduled for Monti Apr. 6, al the Doral Beach Jotcl Iladassah members and fiends will be given an opportu ll| • have their names inscribed [. tht Memorial Building to dcmlii-n. •• their belief "in the ideals jr.,I aspirations ol our late, great | i -i %  nt."" Mrs Nat Berth, president, Miami Beach Chapter of Iladassah. jili introduce the principal speakni the afternoon, Mrs. Mosea Ep-tein, oi the national HadasI ice. [Mrs Epstein, frequently deIribi as "a dynamic leader of er people," is at present servL ,inational wills and bequest iairn an of Iladassah. fl-iirr er editor of the Iladassah Newsletter" and member of the |nrlc Zionist Actions Committee, fomen's Program fet at Variety • You Ready for the Ques is the subject of a talk given by Mrs. Edward Mel. %  resident of the Association rida Hospital Auxiliaries. will head the program of Variety Children's Hospital j's Committee at a meeting y noon in the Alpine Koom Lucerne Hotel. Melniker, a past president committee, is presently to the Candy Stripers, a eer group of teen-agers who at the hospital. iety'8 Women's Committee ivides support for the hospital lough fund-raising programs and Iducts volunteer projects. 'resident is Mrs. George Lewis. Mrs. E] st< in was national chairman of lj| la pah's co ver.ti in held in Denver in i§ST, and again i.-i 1M2 when the convention was I held in Pittsburgh, Pa. she has been in Israel 21 times, | her latesl \i-it in 1963, when she j served as chairman Of dedication ceremonies of the "Mother and Child Pavilion." A past national president of iladassah. during her more than three decades of public service, Mrs. Epstein has traveled to virtually every Jewish community in this country, and has attended every important Zionist meeting in the United States and abroad Serving with Mrs. Amdur are Cl Chairman, Mrs. Fred Jonas; arrangements committee, Mrs Haloid Melnick; program chairman. Mrs Henry Ii. Wernick. Singing of Hativah and StarSpangled Banner will he by Joyce Farber, accompanied by Olga Bi, bor Stern. Program will include excerpts from the "Three Penny Opera" with members of the original cast. "Al kn" be ker Fl >h( (mi On !. [th. |Jn th ris< Inn* lusical Comedy [lasses to Start -H S |llt Irs I VOI II I Kl I %  series of the Roy Oliver al comedy classes will Mart nday, Apr. 5, at the Miami vatory, and are open to all pom pre-teens to adults. course will run for five con• Sundays, and will be five ng, starting al 12:30 p.m. •es u ill be taughl by mem%  n the faculty Of the Miami atory, Oliver is in charge .. classes Oliver will conduct the (lasses. Laura Hose May reel the dancing classes, %  rry North will be musical aving for Convention (MrHarrj Rosenblatt, national esident, Women's American and expansion chairman for arn area. Mrs. Florence member of the \u Field Expansion CommitI region vice president; iS, William Fishman. Ree president, will leave lor I. 0., to attend a nation' ir board meeting at the v i' Inn on Apr. :> to 7. ma e Id lASnST-UUWt CAtotumi UOtflO iwfiriK( I'Ct bn|M wonderful *tttenin| gb#itetd wvUHeoirg' %  oaoa-imovit '0 DIUITKS. I0W CAlOKIf DIETS Ot KlTCNlN AND war 7$t 1000 S'OtS fvpir*HtH( GUARANTEED NON-FATTENING 1 Asthma Group Holds Luncheon First annual membership luncheon ol the Miami Beach Chapter of the Asthmatic Children's Foundation uji. hejd at Waldman's.lfc)tel. The chapter was founded by Mrs. Milton Koch as the lirst chapter of the Foundation. Chairman of the luncheon was Mrs. Milton Koch, and co-chairman was Mrs. Milton*Ehrenreich. ... Mrs. Jack Rosenblatt and Miss WeiZmanil BratlCh Lorraine Newberg were in charge of tickets. Mrs. Max Rosenblatt is chairman in charge of the sale of bricks to raise money lor "Shrine of Hope." Mrs. Jerry Resnick is president. Sorority Dinner Dance Members ol the Omega Delta Psi Sorority held its annual dinner dance in the Casanova Room of the Deeuville Hotel on Satui lay. According to Mi-Sunnie Gozanam 60 pei sons were prSWTfl to see the Eddie Fisher Show. danced to the music ut i.e.Rhode and enjoyed the dancing ol Hal Loman and Ruth Lawrence Meeting Tuesday To Hear Rabbi In tribute to the $250,000 Residential Treatment Center being erected in No. Miami Beach by the Foundation, contributions of S672 w e r e spontaneously volunteered by members and guests. Miami Beach Chapter of the Asthmatic Children's Foundation participated i n recent ground breaking ceremonies for the new Center and sponsored the educational Open Forum held at the Mercantile National Bank conductHall and Miami Beach Mayor cci by Dr Nelson Zivitz. chairman Melvin Richard. of the Medical Advisory Board. MBS. MOSES EPSTEIN Distinguished guestwho will at tmd include Congressman Claude Pepper, Dade County Mayor Chuck Chaim Weizmann Branch of Farband will hold a regular meeting on Tuesday. 8 p.m.. at the Washington Federal Auditorium, Normandy Isle. Rabbi Morris Skop. of Temple Beth Shirah, will be guest speaker on "Remembering Not to Forget." His talk will commemorate the anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising. Mrs. Doris Medcove will be hostess for the evening in honor of her new grandchild Chairman of the branch is Moe Levin. r %  GOOD DAIRY SHOPPERS BUY BREAKSTONE'S [just as they always have) Pamper your taste for the best with the quality flavor of really fine dairy foods! For brunch, lunch, supper or snack, you'll enjoy the extra fresh, creamy richness of Breakstone's. Good dairy belongs on your table. One delicious way, or another —always serve Breakstone's. good dairy to-you from



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Tage 4-B +Je*ist ftcridfiar Friday. April 3, 196 4 Youth Group Has Panel Sessions Youth Group of Temple Beth an ;itt iliato of the National ederation of Temple Youth, is 1 Iding a series of panel discusins conducted by the group 1 embers and moderated by Syl: in Holtzman. advisor of the oup. and Ellis Robins, adminisative director of the Temple. The first session dealt with Vhat Do I Look for in Judaism?" %  ; le second panel, to be held Monj iy, will deal with 'Responsibilij %  s." The third panel, on Apr. 20. will | al with the topic of "What ? lould be My Attitude Toward the iposite Sex?" The group meets every Monday ening, 7:30 p.m.. in the Youth L mnge. It is open to boys and rls in the ninth grade and up. hose parents are members of e Temple. Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach Will Install Officers at Luncheon Apr. 10 Women' Cancer League 01 Miami Beach will hold an installation brunch on Knday. Apr. 10, 11:30 a.m.. at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Jerome Rado will be installed as president for a second term. The League has supported cancer research and treatment al lit. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami since 1959. In conjunction with the Damon Runyon Fund, it has installed vital pieces of equipment for cancer diagnosis, treatment, and research, such as a Cobalt Bomb. Magna-Scanner, Mammogram, and a Superficial X Kay Machine The League also provides a first I and second-year fellowship, and maintains beds tor indigent and terminal cancer patients. Mrs Jean C. Lehman will be installing officer. Incoming officers are: honorarychairman of the board. Mrs. Rob ert Z Greene: honorary vicepresident. Mrs. Joseph Segal: vice presidents, Mrs Leon Manheimer. Mrs Harold Soglovitz, Mrs. George Lewis. Mrs. Morris Gidney and Mrs Melvyne Sommers; treasurer. Mrs Irving Rubin; secretaries. Mrs Jules Stark. Mrs. Robert Grossman, Mrs. Robert Frank tors Harold Oster, Mrs. Howard Grove, Mrs. Betty fiaegotf'fik.* Lit Blasberg and Mrs. Shrila \' w t l kell; chaplain. Mrs Charles Get ler; parliamentarian. Mrs Fth i Gerson. I'a.-t presidents. Advisory Board are Mrs Mickey Kraus, Mrs \ Schonfeld and Mrs l-'i.,:.,,., : '.',." Honorary members are Mrs 1W lice Levin. Mr. and Mrs Juin,, Resnick. Chairman of the dav Robert Grossman is Mrs, Hebrew-Speaking Group Chug Ivri. Hebrew speaking group of North Miami Beach, wil ; meet on Wednesday, 2:30 p.m., a; Temple Ner Tamid. Discussion will follow a talk on "Zionisir Before and After the Founding 0: the State of Israel" by Paul Lich ter. MRS. 1CROME BdDO VICTOR UVINC NOW! KOSHER SLICED CORNED BEEF Victor Levine Running For Juvenile Judge Victor Levine has announced his candidacy for Ju the : uv< nUe : I Domesl R( lat 1 ourt Dade County. Levine has been active in nu merous 1 h it ti ns A Miami tor more than ears coming 1 e fro York, Lei ini the University ol M 1 mi I School in 1937 He was pre6iden1 oi the Dade County Juvenile \sociation in li'42. and president Ol the University Oi Miami Law School Alumni for four terms. He was a member of the United States Coast Guard Reserve, 7th Naval District, from 1942 to 1946, receiving his discharge as a chief petty officer. He also served as legal aid advisor to the 7th Naval District. He taught school at St. Theresa's Catholic School in Coral Gables and was a member of the Big Brother Movement. Before coming to Miami. Levine was a member ot the University Settlement, a j social welfare agency for underprivileged children, and a member of the Boys' Club of New York. Recently, Levine was appointed as special advisor to the President's Committee on Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Crime, and has been active in the Welfare Planning Council of Dade County. In 1959. he was president of the Variety Club of Greater Miami. Married and the father of four sons, he has been actively engaged in the practice of law since 1937. • CORNED BEEF • FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOLOGNA WILN0 KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 Hadassah Units Plan Programs Lazarus Group ot Hadassah is calling a special evening meeting for Thursday, Apr. 9. 8 p.m.. at the Washington Federal Bank on Normandy Isle. A specially-prepared program will honor Hadassah husbands. 1 The newest Hadassah lilm. "In the American Tradition," will be shown. Refreshments will be served. President of the group iMrs. Norman Meyers. Hannah Senesch Group will hold a regular luncheon meeting at the Algiers Hotel on Wednesday noon, Apr. 8. Mrs Dorothy Krieger Fink will give a humorous reading on life in Israel. Acting president is Mrs. Henrietta Lorber. • -•:• ; HOLLAND HONEY CAKE MS DELiCiOt S 1 I NO FAT cr SUGAR is U5ed in the making HONEY being the only Sweetening! I BUY A LOAF TODAY! IT IS GOOD FOR YOU! I 1 • ( AT fOUR HCALTH fOOD STORE, MARKfT OR WALCRltN'S •> TVfy tot U*dle Strictly Kosher, Evisc. KOSHER LE-PESACH %  ZION EOSHEB POULTRY n?o:i iron Druw IDS 'Tor, nrwn nnn PULLET THIS POULTRY HAS BEEN SOAKED AND SALTED UNDER STRICT RABBINICAL SUPERVISION AND IS READY FOR COOKING. LIVERMUSTBE BROILED. Ntt WT Utt OJ4 ior*i PROCESSED BY ZION CORPORATION HIALEAH, FLORIDA Just imogine the cleonlir.ess and the labor you save by having your poultry cleaned and koshered, ready to distribute to your customers. A tremendous amount of effort has been put in to advance our industry and to give the kosher butcher something new and better to give to his customers. Now we can offer that service. Take advantage of it. Contact our dealers— Price Them and see the ditterence. CARMEL KOSHER POULTRY, INC. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. JE 1-3418 2I1 4. AVf MlALiAH *LOID" TU7-2697 WE Kntcp E D I HE LA "GEST SELECTION OF KOSHER POULTRY 4 POULTRY PARTS OF ; WRBFsi



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Page G-B 9< t*%i$f fhrkHon Friday, April 3, 19 : .: 3n the rCea/m of Society Norman Miles. Maxine Green in Wedding Rites Wedding vows were exchanged \ axine Jo Green and Norman B. Miles on Saturday, Mar, 21 Xhi thi lighter oi Mr. am! Mrs, Miiton J. Green, 1120 h si Baj Harbour Islands, and nadaughter ol Mrs Fred OH,, an ; Mrs. Helen Green. Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated at the evening nuptials held in the Algiers Hotel A reception and dinner in the hotel followed the ceremony. The bridal gown was a floorlength Trigere original of imported pcau de soie designed with a molded bodice and appliqued with imported reembroiderel alencon lace enhanced with clusters and sprays of tiny seed pearls. The same motif was repeated on the three-tiered pouf bustle. The bouffant French illusion veil flowed from a halo of lace and pearls. and the bridal bouquet was made up of white phalenopsis orchids carried on a white lace Bible. Maid of honor was Barbara Lyn Green, the bride's sister. Other attendants included Lyn Pearl, Dava rfunkel, Louise Angel. Mrs. Ilcn:!Id Sieden and F.Ida Mildwoll. Debra Beth Green, also the bride's jerald Mager, Donald Farber, ertsi n an l Sji r aj ushered, Now a ticin attorne> in am is the in oi Mr. and Mrs. George Mildwoff, 151X1 Ba> Rd He is % %  graduate < I Babson Institute in Bosti n and ol the University ol Miami Law School, He is a member oi the Elks and the Civic League. His wife graduated from Miami Beach Senior High and attended the University ol Florida Following a cruise on the SS Hanseatic to San Juan. St. Thomas and Nassau, the newlyweds will live at 1500 Bay Rd. m> W MISS JUDITH GOLD Member Drive Luncheon Slated For Foundation Florida Women I > %  tional Parkinson Foundai :.. its annual meml" | and luncheon on Wed: i ^t the Algiers Hotel Entertainment ill real ; Henry Balaban, accompar Beii Duckworth Chairmen of the Mrs Ci i'i Coleman and M ney Weinatock Mrs Jai : is president. %  Werner-Halm MRS. NORMAN B. MlltS sister, served as junior brides maid. Stephanie Dressman as [lower girl, and Michael Dress man as ring bearer. Best man to the bridegroom was Jerald Dressman. Steve Goldberg, Leonard Hollander, David Berg, Couple Honored At Dinner Here Mr and Mrs. Elmer Bregman. of 10281 E, Bay Harbor Dr.. Ba> Harbor Island, announce the 11 ment of their daughter. Joan Ruth, to David Victor, son of Mr, and Mrs Anton Komreich, 1420 Michigan Ave Miss Bregman. a graduate ol Miami Beach High School, is now Socialite ... tu Isabel C/rove Continued from Page 1-B Dorfman) live in Manhattan with their families Another daughter. Anita, and husband, Dr. Stanley Kessel, now live in Hollywood Here the north lor the occasion, Tillies sister and brother-in-law. Mr and Mrs. Harry Cohen. Lynbrook. L.I.. David's three brother-;. Philip and wife, localites Mr and Mrs, Irving M, Frankel and Meyer H Frankel. honorary lite president ol Temple Kmanu El. *, Dr. Isaac Alcalay, chief Rabbi of the Sephardic Jews of the State of New York, attending Sephardic Jewish Center ol Greater Miami during the Passin er holidays The Louis. Ron and Norton Ballot families celebrated the Fas-over Seder at the Eden Roc with three less than 100 relatives sharing the festive board l'reholiday cocktail party and buffet dinner for 40 at the home of Arlene and Larrie S. Blasberg attended by local and outof-town guests and relatives Patriarchal guest of honor at a recent brunch. 94 -year-old Charles D. Hart, former Chicagoan Held in the Harbour House Restaurant, his daughter and son-in-law, Ruth and Leonard Levinson, were hosts Gathered to enjoy the occasion with Hart were Mr. and Mrs. David Ginsberg. Mr and Mrs. Ed Blaha. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Levinsohn, Dr. and Mrs. Joe Bennett. Bowing to the current trend. Jean and Abe Eisenberg have taken an apartment at the Oliver House which will be ready around the beginning of October Residents here since the 30's, the Eisenbergs have lived in their lovely Surlside home for 14 years Abe was recently guest of honor at a testimonial dinner celebrating the 30th anniversary of Beth Jacob "Wake I'p Younger."' book by localites Dr. Samuel Gertman and Helen Alpcrt. being prepared for serialization in 12 foreign countries by a world features syndicate. MEMORIAL DAY COMMEMORATING THE SIX MILLION JEWISH MARTYRS Arranged by the Labor Zionist Council Every Jew Should Attend THURSDAY, APRIL 9th at 7:30 P.M. DILIDO HOTEL, One Lincoln Road RABBI LEON KRONISH Principal Speaker • PROMINENT ARTISTS • SARAH & SAM FERSHKO MICHL GIBSON • CANTOR MORDECAI YARDEINI JOSEPH P. ZUCKKMAN National farband Representative HARRIET GREEN President, Council Pioneer Women MISS JOAN CRIGMAN a junior at the University of Miami, majoring in elementary education Her sororit) is Alpha EpsiIon Phi, and her other activities include College Board and ROTC Princess. Komreich, a graduate ol the Hebrew Academy and Miami Beach High, received his BA degree from the University of Miami He i> presently attending Neu York University Law School, where his legal fraternity is Phi Delta Phi. The bride-elect's parenthonored the couple at a dinner tor the immediate families at the Fontainebleau, Temple Israel Players on Board Public i> united to Temple Is rael Player's production ol "Tlu Time nt the Cuckoo." bj Arthur Laurents, on Apr u. 12 and 18 I 8.40 p.m.. in the Wolfsi \ torium. Cast are MrVictor Fame. Dr Edward Kanter, Mr and Mrs Mel Hecht. Mrs. Lawrence Gartenberg, Claudia Portnoy, Mrs. Jeanette Levy. Victor Fame. David Kr.i marsky and Scott Barrett. Mrs James Lewy Is in charge of tickets U of M Students Are Betrothed Miss Judith Ellen Cold and Stuarl Xussbaum, both students al the I niversity ol Miami, are betrothed Ann %  ol thi ment is le by thi parents Mr and Mrs Robcrl 5U J8I SI Pan nts of the prospective bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs N thai S l< it. rson Avi A graduate ol Mia ni Sei High, the I niversity ol Florida and will graduate nexl year from the University ol Miami ml oi Education Her fiance is an aiumnus of Miami Beach High and will graduate in January from the University ol Miami Business School MizrachT Offers Film of Projects At Zamora "Marching Toward Tomorrow," a color 111111 portraying Mizrachi Women's projectin Israel, will be the feature ol the Wednesdaj : the Kinnerel Chapter at Ti %  •' %  at 8 30 p m. Mrs Alfred Stone, Florida coitor for Mizrachi Women. and ., meml* r of the national resent the film and lead sion ol it i -portion of the meeting will b< presided ver bj Mrs Sophie Schrager EEECE3 Shows Co-tir from O ON STAGE • • ANTHONY ALLEN • CAROLINE CARPENT ER LEON SCHACHTER & GITEl SUM Yiddish American Comee • ON SCREEN • "THREE DAUGHTERS Comedy-Englis" Subtil with Michl Rosenberg Charlotte Oolditi •• M.m Wittier—Estn.-Bali Matinee 55c %  %  1.25 >>>>\rVVl> w FORM DANCE GR(X : 5 6 cr 8 COUPUS BASSA NOVA MIRING :S CHRIS DALTON DAY OR EVE iNSTR.. WEDNESDAY NITE CONTES'S Deluxe Trophies A* Champagne | TEL. UN 6-7711 11 A.M. to l* J SHERRY FRONTENAC HOT-;. % 65 St. A Co.lois Ave Miam tAAAAA ~~~~~ ^A*£***i FOSTER HOME DESPERATELY NEEDED FOR 15 YEAR-OLD BOY. Phone JE 4-2517 > i > > > > > > > > > > > > p > > % Now! 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Page 8-B >Jewisf>nortdFiati Friday. April 3. 1964 CAROL Time changes a cunning little plump girl into a gracious, slim woman of the world. Carol Courshon moved Irom her home town of Cleveland, 0., to Miami Beach, where she was an A-student with the though) of Wellesley in her head. Life at Miami Beach Senior High School pul such thoughts right out of her head here, as well as being president of her class. It was then that she met her future husband, Arthur Courshon. who was going to school in Gainesville. Carol went to Wesleyan College in Macon, Ga. Then came he war. and no more college for ami. Her engagement to Arthur was announced, and SIN months later they were married. Arthur was a B-24 bomber pilot. Hid the young Carol traveled to be with him wherever she could Barbara was an army baby Carol remembers fondlj how she used to lug Barbara in a basket in one hand: in the other w a a basket with baby foods and formulas. The baby is now grown up aged to Micnael Mills who. aa prospective lawyei :::righl into the Courshon family picture Carol learned how to housekeep the hard waj scratch. I'm she was so grateful thai she with her husband thai she viewed the world glasses, enjoying every new move thc\ nd every new friend thej mel After the war, the) settled in Miami Beach, where Dede was born. Arl look a refreshei course and Carol stu ied righl al with him. Ten years ago, a whole new way ol life open r the Courshons when Arthur became an international representative for the United States Savings and Loan League lo Peru, Chile. Africa and South America Here tofore. Carol had been actively identified with National Council ol Jewish Women. Parent Teacher Association and Sisterhood oi Temple Beth Sholom. now she switched her affiliations and interests. She and the children have gone with Arthur on his OtllClal visits and proved excellent at public relations. In Johannesburg. South Africa, when the Courshons called for their elder daughter who was visiting, they waited patiently while she finished rolling up her hostess" hair. In Chile, a worried father wanted to know if sixteen-year-olds wore eye make-up in the United States, and the Courshons became experts in their eyes in American values. Carol's job. when she goes on trips with her husband, is to remember names and faces, which she does well. She has always enjoyed working with children. Despite the vast changes ID her life, she still spends twice a week. when -he is in town, working with the blind and deaf children in the service program of National Council ot Jewish Women. Art flies his own plane, and Carol is content to go along, having no ambition to be a pilot. They frequently fly up to their ranch in Sebring. the R after T. where they relax "I am what 1 am because of my hsuband," says Carol proudly "] want to be available at all times to help him. I have my place, and because he is so wonderful he makes me feel that I am important to him. not only as a wife and mother, but also in his work." Hess. Abbott Plan June Rites A June wedding is planned by Miss Mary Phyllis Abbott an I IV ter Allen Hess. Engagement is announced by the future bride's parents. Mr, and Mrs. Jack A, Abbott. She is the granddaughter ol Mr. and Mrs. William J. Pascoe. A former student at the University of Texas, the bride-elect will receive a degree in Home Economics from Simmons College in Boston on June 6. She is a member of Sigma Delta Tau Sorority. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter E Hess, is a 1960 graduate of the University of Illinois Following their wedding o n June 20 at the Ambassador East Hotel in Chicago, the couple will live in Chicago, where the prospective bridegroom is in business Goldstein, Jacobs Exchange Vows Chapel at Temple Menorah was the setting for the late afternoon nuptials uniting Phyllis Goldstein and Gary Paul Jacobs on Thursday, Mar. 26. Rabbi Mayer Abraniowitz officiated at the ceremony, winch was followed by cocktails and dinner at the Seville Hotel Attended by her sister. Mrs Rob1 ert Goldman, the bride wore a jiown of alencon lace and -ilk organza styled with a panel of applique lace Irom the scalloped neckline to the hem. and a chapel train tell irom a poul at the back w a 1st Thi' short -leeved bodice featured a high rise waistline accented with a silk tailored bow The multi-tiered silk illusion veil was held In a cluster of lace appliqucd Herds, and the bridal bouquet was ma '< %  up oi w hite roses Daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Morris Goldstein, of University City. Mu.. newlywed Mrs. Jacobs ia graduate ol Washington University in St. Louis, and a member ol Kappa Delta Pi. honor society, and Sigma Delta Tau. social sorority. she is now teaching at Hialeah Junior High The bridegroom, a graduate ol Oklahoma University, is teaching al Palm Springs Junior High in Hialeah. Working toward hiMas tor's degree at Florida State University, he ia member ol Gamma MISS PHill/S BRfNNFP Brenners Revea! Daughters' Troth Mr. and Mrs. Irving Brenner. 950 Yiera Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter. Phyllis Harriet, to Martin Irwin Greenstein, son ot Mr. ami Mis Hj Greenstein. JSVH sw 7th St. The future bride is a graduate ol Coral Cables High, attended the t niversity Ol Florida, where -he v aa member i i Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority, and is now attending the University of Miami Her fiance, a graduate of Miami s. nior High, inow attending the l niversit) ol Miami, majorii electrical engineering. He is a member oi the Institute ol Electrical and Electronic Engineers, and will graduate in June 'ft Trip to Paris In Offing At JFCS Function A two-week ti,p tj p.,..,, r London tor two and an art %  ,, are the twin Offering ol the fe • Si .:, Theta (emit) cial Sun Jacobs had I) man. New 321S If \ HI !.• i Kahn MRS. GARY JACOBS Upsilon, professional fraand Alpha Epsilon Pi. fraternity oi Mr and Mrs Abraham oi Brooklyn, N Y Jacobs Mace) II Kc\es as best address >r ar ing Vvi the coupli %  ish Family and Chil al an "Evening m Paris" tail party on Satur ay, Apr, n In charge oi ticket., for the 4vem. to be held from t; to 8 p. m a 3500 Flamingo Dr., are Mrs, F gene Katz ai d Mrs. Max i. painting and another valut 1200. painting and other valued • rr< cc.i.s arc tor t inbenefit o the JFCS Group Treatmenl loi Emotionally Di-; dren. Sogmans to Host Luncheon Sunday Mr, and Mis. VYillian ::, o SW 2nd Ave v all luncheon in honor ol 1 Ann \ ,t/ sixteenth birtl Fort) young Ian., celebrate the occasion noon i n Sunday %  > I ies dence, Edith itl'e daui • % %  Mn Sagman and the I it< Aronovitz. she iCoral CableHi ti nan of TAO, ore i "Y" I; iendshi Medxc! Center Joint Luncheon Si\ Dade Chapti ol Dade ( i untj 's luxiliaru ol tinVn %  i itan Medical > i i : Denver ftill hold a joint fund raising luncheon on Wednesday noon, Apr. 15. at Ihe Algiers Hotel Mrs. David Bendell is president Serving on the committee with Mrs, Bertram Thorpe, chairman ol the day. are MrI.il.i Myers, Mrs. Fred Pearlman. Biscayne chapter: Mrs [rving Rubinstein, (oral Chapter; Mrs. Jules Wes tori and MrMurray Levrant. Flamingo Chapter. Entertainment will be provided %  > -Mis Herman Schoenfeld, Greater Miami Chapter. Highlight c,| the luncheon will be an American i.t flight to Mexico Citj tor two p| U a expense money, and a three-day air cruise lo the Grand Bahamas for two AMC provides free hospital and patientcare for chesl diseases and cancer patients i, „. a( ,„.,..,.,„ buildms a larger cancer research laboratory to be dedicated in August curing the organization convention. MISS fDlTH AKON0YITI_ Maxine Brandeis' Engagement Told Mr. and Mis. Leo D P.randeu 1605 Pennsylvania Ave., anr.our.c: Hie engagement of their daughter Maxine Donna, to Shomuel Jtt galitt, son of Mr, and Mrs Aim" ham Margalitt. Philadelphia. P A summer wedding iplannec LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTACTING • REPAIRING Serving Did* County Ov*r 25 Yeir 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP '572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER M/AM' FRIENDLY. GENTLE CAPE FOR THOSE YOU LOVE High Styling'] I D'ANGELO'S Beauty Salon % TUSSf'SJ'Sf F rom Ar """.> < k Jewish and Spanish Spoken MISS MARY ABBOTT Hemophilia Unit Plans Luncheon Miami Beach Auxiliary of the Hotel. reater Miami Hemophilia Or, Mrs. Sara Holland will be chairanization will hold its annual man of the dav. Mrs. Delia Dclind-raising luncheon on Thurs-ilancy is founder and life %  ay noon. Apr. 3. al the Carillon dent presi-; 12S2 LINCOLN ROAD (Cor. We>t A*.) Miami Beach j A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. 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Friday. April 3. 1964 fJewlsti fkridHcir Page 9-B YOUNG Women's Division ot the Combined Jewish Appeal held its campaign luncheon last Tuesday afternoon at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. Theme was "New I i • ot '64," and the fashion theme was emphasized with cenii;•; ices of women's figures draped with net. Mrs. Lawrence Sherman was chairman of the daj and the chose a white brocaded cotton with a tailored. length jacket for the occa sio? Albert Weintraub's en!<• was in olive green and white. Her cotton suit was worn v it a ^r<.'ii and white checked sleeved blouse tied at the i e< • line Shock colors ol navy l>iii' -ilk with an emerald green Mouse were Mrs. Harry Smith's c for the day. A white jaciped in navy blue completed her ensemble, Mrs. Leonard r wore a two tune moygalinen dn -and coal Her ci %  featured the Empire line, .. i her h:,t was a light brown trimmed in polka dot ribI Tweed textured linen was rn bj Mrs Pal Gilson, Her featured the long •t. AN oversized shocking ** straw hat topped Mrs iel Neal Heller's forest green twopiece moyga&hel linen ensemble Mr.Howard Gordon wore a long-sleevecF silk in honey beige M it:, white polka dots. The polka dot fabric lined her cape. an.I was repeated in a band around her tall beige-colored hat. Mrs. Larry Markman wore a black anc white checked suit with a bright yellow long-sleeved blouse which featured a large ascot bow tie. Ice pink moygashel linen was the choice of Mrs. Al Morrison, it vas sleeveless and trimmed with self-colored appliqued embre defed Bands. Mrs, Jay Siegel trimmed her white linen tress and jacket with gold lamee banding on her jacket. A sleeveless solid orange coat was worn over Mrs. Howard Tn i/' orange silk print dress. .Mrs. Sanford Sprintz wore a whi'e silk crepe two-piece dress which featured a cowled necklin< Bright carmen red silk bailing detailed her ensemble. P-ACK and white was the %  choice ot Mrs. Ira Rothfield. Hei long-sleeved Aline coat was in a black and white check over a white >ilk sleeveless dress. Hlack ribbon banded her white straw hat Mrs. Pearl Hitsik ihose beige silk lor her matching coat and drc.-s. Patch pockets were featured, and her pill-box hat was of the same silk labnc. Mrs. Lois Kantor was in a twopiece white silk suit. Her jacket was double breasted and featured a small tie at the neckline. A touch ol color was added with her red. white and blue hat. An tunic pmk DanMISS SAND/-JO CORSON She's Betrothed To Med Student Mr and Mrs. Norman S. Gordon, of tfie Regency House, formerly of Wynne'wood. Pa., announce the engagement of their daughter. Sandi-Jo, to Mark William Gordon, of Phoenixville. Pa. The bride elect is a graduate of Lower Merion High School, now attcn ing Moore College of Art in Philadelphia. The future bridegroom attend cd L'rsinus College and is now a student at Jefferson Medical School in Philadelphia. He is a member of Phi Delta Kpsilon Fraternity. V AUTHORIZED OlAltR £NITH Ouo' >i r HEARING AIDS $SO to $285 Sti vie* All Mokn \ i II.T — Mo'di STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road <•> •'•>" % % %  TtiA—Trtdtj—Trlali—T*i PHONE Jl 8-7t' imported white Italian knit trimmed in lime green was Mrs. Richard Stone's choice for the luncheon The green accents were on her lapels and cuffs of her bracelet length sleeves. Her straw hat featured the rolled-up brim. a IUIRS. Daniel Franco's cham" pagne-colored silk brocade was sleeveless and featured semibelting on each side over inverted pleat-. White cotton tweed was worn by Mrs. Alan Marcus. Geld buttonand red 'stitching were striking on the white, and she tied her red straw boater hat with a wide ribbon. Mrs. Neil Schiff'a blush pink silk suit was worn with a silk print blouse in tones and shades ol pink. The; print also lined her jacket. Self-' embroil ered trim and a low scooped neckline were the fashion details on the pink Italian knit suit worn by Mrs. Jack, Sandier Beth David Finalizes Annual Patrons Dinner Plans have been completed for i the annual Patrons dinner dance Sunday evening. Apr. 12 in the grand ballroom of Spector Hall. According to Phillip Schiff, chairman of the PatronCommittee, "this affair promiseto be the finest we have ever sponsored at Beth David." Assisting Schiff arc. co-chairmen. Max Silver and Mrs. Louis Seitlin. .Memberol the commit tee arc Mr and Mrs. Morris Atk n-. Mr and Mrs, Sam Badanes, Mr. and Mrs, Harold Berke. Dr. and MrLouis Coverman, Mr. and Mrs, Murraj Dacks, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Friend, Mr. and Mrs. Henrj Kamen, Mr. and Mrs. Abe K.i-ow Also Mr and Mrs. Sam Ostrowsky. Mr and MiHarold Reinhard, Mr. and Mr-. Hcrschel Roscnthal. Mr and Mrs. Henry Rosengarten, Mr and Mrs. Louis Seitlin. Mr. and Mrs. Max Silver. Mr. and MrNathan Spiegclman. Mr. and Mrs Charles Spingarn. Mr. and Mrs Lewis Sternshein. and Mr and Mrs Robert Traung. FRID SHAW Home Announces New Auxiliary Mrs Claire Weintraub and Mrs. r.yrtha Phillips, members of the Board ot Directors of the Jewish Home for the Aged, announce this v. 11; the formation of a new Auxiliary of the Home. Mrs, Joan Schero and Mrs. Shirley Trinz are temporary co-chairmen ol the new Auxiliary, presently railed the Douglas Gardens Women's Corp-. First meeting took place on Tuesday at Douglas GardenHebrew Univ. Will Hear Prof. Shaw Greater Miami Women's Division of the American Friendosj 4h %  Hebrew University will hull its annual spring cultural program in the home of Mrs. Irving E. Miller, 2305 Lake Ave.. Sunset Isle No. 3, on Wednesday morning. Apr. 15. According to Mrs. Samuel Simor.hoff. president of the organization, the speaker for the 10 a.m. gathering will be Prof. Fred Shaw, of the University of Miami, who will discuss his impressions of the Hebrew University gathered during a summer session spent 00 the Jerusalem campus last June. The Apr. 15 gathering will also include a brief report on annual accomplishments of the division and election of officers. Prof. Shaw is a teacher of creative writing and directs the Guided Studies Program at the University of Miami. He is Book Editor of The Miami New-, an I edits The Village Post. He spent last summer in Israel ..a member of a group of college professors and Christian clergymen touring the country for several weekProf. Shaw's topic will be "A Southern Professor Looks at the Jewish National and University Librarj Participating in planning th" Apr. 15 morning are Mrs. Emit Phillip Schiff (left), chairman, is shown with Co-Chairmen Mrs. Louis Seitlin and Max Silver as they enthusiastically advertise Beth David Congregation's top social even* of the year, its annual Patrons dinner dance on Sunday evening, Apr. 12. in the grand ballroom of Spector Hall. E. ALLEN BECKER PHOTOGRAPHER WEDDINGS AND BAR MITZVAHS AlBUMS FROM $75 426 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Miami Beach Phone JE 2-2351 5 ,„ Pi&oNS \^f"" •EM LI SUES JAX* ol California Young Naturals Cleaning-Laundry Storage 1201 -20th Strttt Miami Beach i+M ^ 8 6104 OHM 7 AM. 9~FJt. Sam* Day J.rvice N**tr An l*Ua Char,.. *....' Siay out of toreador panlt and ttrttch poors; wear Jat s/oeti." 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Fage 10-B fjewist McridtiaP Friday, April 3. 1964 Annual Parent Education Conference Sponsored by T Slated for Tuesday \that King i'f a Person Will r uir Child Become?" is the theme the first anntinl Parent Rrliua • in Conference of the YM-YWHA : Greater Miami to be conducted %  xt Tuesday evening at 8:30 a.m. Featuring an address by Dr. Ira Gordon, professor of education the University of Florida, the eeting is open to parents oi mng children throughout Dade mnty and will take place at 1 mple Israel. 137 NE 19th St. HINRY CPPtNBOM, JR. Oppenborn Runs For Legislature Announcing his i-andulacy for a • .it in the Florida House oi Rep< sentatives, 33-year-old attorney .!> L Oppenborn Jr., is runng in Group l In the May :> Demratic primary. \ graduate <>t the University <>t lami Law School, Oppenborn, oi 39 SW 99th Ct., served in the l S. .Army for ii years and was %  corated for gallantry in the %  rear War Four-plank platform which Op; nborn offers inclu es "abolition capital punishment, revision of I e grossl) unfair point system : r traffic offenders, economy in vernment, and fair reapporti in %  !lt." lie 1 ia member ol Biscayne y Lodge of Masons, 82nd Airme Division Association and live in the National Guard. 1 .irinu the 1960 Pn sidential camlign, Oppenborn served as dis• ct chairman ol "Dollars tor •mocrats Prof. Gordon is a nationallyknown educator, lecturer and author. While in the community, he will also be a major speaker at the National Education Arsociation conference in ses•icn on Miami Beach. Prior to the meeting, at 7:30 p.m., there will be several exhibits ol the children's works and plaj Included will be a series Ol colored slides taken of the children from the time thej began school in September. 1963. Key planners for the event have been Mrs. Norman Sand, conference chairman; Mrs. Stanley Col) rn. chairman. County Early Child hood Development Committee: nnd Jeannette n. Schwartz, direc tor. BCD Program. Serving with them on the Plan Ring Committee are Mrs Randy Polanskj and Mrs Wilbur Block man, chairmen of North County; Mrs Km ton Levin, chairman. Miami I'.each; Mrs. Herbert Arnet and Mrs. Eugene Heiman, chair : i • ol Miami ''.ranch; Mrs. Evan Clster, chairman. Southwest; Mrs. Sylvan Holt/man. hostesses, invit. lions, Mrs. Irene Wineberg, Samuel Cold and Mrs Stan ley Mitnick. Other committee members Mos Simon Simkovic, Barnard Irwin Christie, .lack Talbot. Alex Winick, Sandy Marshall, Rudolph Garber, Lee Adelson, Ronald Shellow, Stanley Garner, Wolff, Louis Wechsler, Katz Josi •, Frances %  brook, I reene. Manny Marcus Ralph Abramson, Bi nar I "> edlin, i Decki r. Robert P< rless, Lester Epstein, Earl Lipnick, \c rman Davidson Charli Plotkin, Joel Kobelin, William Lock hart. Roland Kohi n, Sidney Roberts. Beach Hadasrh Moves .Miami Beach Chapter of Iladassah has moved into new offices 81 337 Lincoln Rd Room 214. 2,000 Receive Invitations to Cetiars Ball; President Lewis Will Receive Tribute .. DR. IRA GORDON Nursing Home Opens in Broward Civic, social and professional leaders Of Broward County will participate in gala ceremonies marking the opening of the Holly wood Hills Nursing Home tins Sunda> at 2:30 p m. -The public is invited to attend the ceremonies and participate in the open House." said Joseph Kleiman. administrator of the home at 1200 No 35th Ave Kleiman. a nationally rccouni/ i, authorit) in the field ol con :associated with 'Am. R. Clayton Jr., Robert M Merritt, Hi rm in \ppelbaum an Di Arthut Gold, DOS. in the open tion id th • faeilit). i p aims am; purpose >t the facility will be to provide com pi tent and understanding care and minister to the individual needs oi patients requiring either phy sical, social or emotional adjustments and to strive towards the independent self care of each patient," said Merrill. Invitation;"ere in the mail this week to some 2.0IMI leading citizens ol Dade County announcing the date ol Cedars of Lebanon Hospital's second annual President's Ball. The traditional social is being sponsored bj the trustees Apr. 26 the Doral Beach Hotel and is under the direction of the Worn ,., Auxiliary ol the hospital, headed by Mrs Ted I.olterman. president. E. Albert Pallot, trustee, and for several years chairman of the development fund, heads fhe Dinner Committee. •We are taking this opportunity to pay tribute to Hospital President Harry L. Lewis for his initiative, guidance and leadership during a crucial period in our growth." said Pallot The Cedars of Lebanon building program to complete the fourth, fifth and sixth floors came to a successful conclusion during Lew is' administration. The $1,500,000 expansion program which enlarged the X-Ray laboratories, added 175 beds, an auditorium, and a new emergency section was ; i-<> under his direction A number of progressive business procedures and office meth ods recommended by Lewis, who is a nationally-known tax consultant, were installed at Cedars of Leoanon Hospital. Committee appointments were made by Chairman Pallot this week to insure best seating at the dinner dance, and to plan the program of entertainment. Trustee Saul Silberman will be in charge of the program, which iexpected to feature the appear ance of a noted stage star :iheadliner of the evening. The Women's Committee. Ben ing with Mrs. Lotterman. includes Mesdames Morris II Bluu. Mor ris Lomaskin. Harry L. Lewis Stanley C. Myers. Benjamin G Oren and E. 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. Friday. April 3, 1964 +Jml$ti flcrSdfiam Page 11-3 Judge Harold Spaet (left) converses with Joseph M. Lipton, president and founder o! Dade Federal Savings and Locn Association of Miami, during a gathering at Dade Federal's new Kendall Branch office. Dade Federal Opens Branch Dade Federal, one of the oa tion's oldest and largest savings .:IHI loan associations, celebrated i location of its Kendall Branch into new, spacious, modern facilities with grand opening celebrations thi> week. The Kendall Branch, located -1 ;iI' the south en I of the I'almet i By-Pass on U.S. 1 and South' i'st HMth St., serves the Smith Dade area for the Association Inch has made many dramatic strides during its .to years service to South Florida. Joseph M. Lipton, president and one of the original founders of Dade Federal, has announced that Victor J. Findura, Chicago Club Meeting Regular meeting of the Chicago tub was held in the Deauville Hotel's Napoleon Room on Sunday evening, Mrs. A. K. Pcnrlman arranged the event for the 250 who attended. NOW OPEN at 11:30 a.m. DAILY for LUNCH /, > 0, &f CREAMED CHICKEN •1.63 'A la King I'MI %  Potato* STUFFED CABBAGE Hungarian SryU $ 1.40 BEEF GOULASH Broad NaodkM ti AA Fratn V.|etabIt I.OU POT ROAST it. '•*<. t 'mk ...'.in, > 1 B K [ lindwichtj steaks, Soups, Salads Oaily Specials Cocktails f a South Dade resident, is manager of the new branch office. Flnrfurt is assisted by a staff of four, all but one of them veterars from other Dade Fediral cffices. 'i'i" lie", building features the I..test ami mo-t modern savings and loan facilities. Design) d in a contemporarj stj If. it has three immaculately clear glass walls .'Inch are protected by custoiniz to. aluminum sun-screens. Landscaping includes patio areas with i enches an.I a reflecting pool with a sparkling fountain. Dade Fe leral has offices at > \ locations: Kendall; Downtown Miami. ioi E. Flagler; Tamiami Trail. 1!H)1 SW 8th St.; No. Miami. IL'iiTo NW 7th Avenue; Allapattah. uoo N\V 36th st ; and Edison Cen ter. 5800 NW Till Ave. Persons opening accounts ol $100 "I" more at the Kendall Branch only will receive their choice of a Random House American Everyday Dictionary or a Revlon petite compact. Those opening accounts ol S5oo or more' receive their choice of an Onyx Perpetual Calendar desk set. or I an imported marble double pen set. Dade Federal has progressed with Dade County during the past 30 years, one of South Florida's pioneer savings and loan associa lions, it i. presently the county's second largest. Dade Federal passed the S200I million total resources milestone in 19f>3 and currently has resources; of over $210 million. Its growth has seen it exceed the $180 million mark in total savings, the $15.8 million mark in reserves, with a mortgage portfolio of over $178 million. UN Executive To Tc!k Tuesday On Miami Reach Philip Desne, director ol thi t iii'ed Nations Information Cen ter in Washington, will --peak at the Saxon) lintel on Miami lie.id on 'tin sday evening, 8:30 p.m Title e! hitalk i"The Unite! Nations—Who Needs It?" Deane is a t; eek national v h< studied in Paris, lie graduated iru.n the Royal Naval College a, Dartmouth and served in the wa. as a sub-lieutenant in the Roya. Navy. After the war, he joined the Loi.oon Observer and was sent to Korea as a correspendent in 1V50. He was taken prisoner by the North Koreans and held for 33 months. Deane frequently appeared on both the English and French networks of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation before he joined Hie United NationHe and his wife, the former Molly Fry, of Wales, have written a novel set ill India. "The Child %  oh Brides." rnu.it* utANt Academy Women To Hear Review Next Wednesday The i i ; ..it and unusual expt enees ol a bi a\ i darin. and : • venturous w oman w ill be re! •• ed by Mi'.Henrj v. < rni k in re \ lew of the :i Children," bj Lena I. berman, at i he 1< %  -.t mi the Hebreu Aeademj v. en -i Wednesday, .\; r 8, at ih< WJ man Hotel. The author, \ ho rec ued 100 i Iren and finallj brought 'la m the haven and safety ol Isn tells an inspiring and hcarteni story. Mis. Wernlck is well known r her active interest in childi • and child rescue work. A brief business meeting, wh Beth David Young Adults Instead of their regular meeting, the Beth David Young Adults has been called for 12:30 p.l will hold a spring social on Tues\ ill precede the review. M day evening, 8::s(i p.m., in the Leonard Rosen, president, Social Hall. nourc I TO TH Hatikvah Lodge To Install Officers Sunday Evening Ellison i, Kosofl has been lei ted president of Hatikvah Lodge ol M'nai B'rith. ether officers elected at a meet this week include Fmanuel Mentz, president-elect; Bernard Lift on, Robert R. ('.rover and Samuel Nor keen, vice presidents; Joseph B. Ciormstcin, monitor. Max Breslow. treasurer; llyman Berkman, financial secretary; Sigmund Zinner, recording secretary; Meyer L. Cherkas, chaplain; Hairy Kllentuck. warden; Frank H. Kravit, Samuel A I'.eer and Irving Silver. trusteeBoard of Directorincludes i harles Weinberg, Dr. Oscar .1 Cowen, William v.. Harris, M., Alexander Forman. Ale.x N. Soh| mer. Samuel Sheppard. Eli E. Kammer. Judge Frederick N Barad, Harry Slossberg and Lewis I) Fevit. World's Fair?l GO FREE! 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Page 12-B •Jbiicff ftcrk/iar Friday. April .2. 1964 KANE CHAIRMAN Three Key Issues To be Discussed At AJC Confab Three kej issues "ill be debated ;'t the national biennial conention of the American Jewish Congress on Apr. 11 t-> 19 in Miami Beach, it was announced this week by Irving Kane, of Cleveland, convention chairman, rhey are "New Look in Christian-Jewish Relations," "Changing Role ol the visit Community in the Racial Crisis," and "Quest for Jewish Identity." Speaking on Christian-Jewish relations will be Fr. Robert F. Drinan, S.J., dean of the Boston College Law School and a leading Catholic authority on churchstate relations; Dr. David R. Hunter, associate general secretary of the National Council of Churches, a major Protestant spokesman; and Rabbi Morris Kertzer, of Larch.nont Temple, N.Y., a specialist on inter-religious questions. Joseph Lyford. author and consultant on race relations for the Fund for the Republic, and Stanlej II Lowell, chairman of the New York City Commission on Human Rights and a national vice i sidenl ol the American Jewish Congress, will lead the convention < iscussion on the i hanging role ol t h Jewish community in the rac1 Participating in the panel. "Quest for Jewish Identity," will I Dr. Joachim Prinz, president i American Jewish Co ign /: Paul ll Vishny, Chicago Jewish i munal leader: and Prof. Joseph Landis, of QueenCollege, a 1 ling Jewish social philosopher.' Chapters and divisions from i oughout the countrj will be ited at the American Jewish i ess convention. During the five-da) meeting, delegates %  I plan thi nization's pro gi next two-year i %  Jewi h cultural affa slate of i r the 1964-66 period "ill also be elected, In white jacket is past worthy president and official executive organizer ot the newly chartered membership for the Miami Beach Aerie of the Fra'irnal Order of Eagles, Wa'ly Gluck, and Dace County Mayor Chuck Hall, a brother Eagie. The group is being ins.ituted Sunday, 2 p m., at the Sea Isle Hotel. Past Grand Worthy President Judge Bob Hcnsen and Carl McGriff will be featuied speakers. TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS THE LITTLE DELI DELICATESSEN & TAKE OUT FOODS 1613 N.W. 183rd ST. Miami, Fla. Ph. 621-2382 TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS All South Dade Appliance, Inc. SERVICE 8, REPAIRS ON ALL APPLIANCES WE BUY & SELL ADMIRAL REFRIGERATORS EASY APPLIANCES KITCHENMAID DISHWASHERS 9816 South Dixie Hwy. Ph. 661-3915 PASSOVER GREETINGS PACKER PONTIAC (ON THE TRAIL) Factory Trained Mechanics — Fine Cars — Fine Service Compare Our Prices — Mew & Used Cars 665 S.W. 8fh Street Phone 377-0221 MMMMI HOFFMAN OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. Desks Cabinets Chairs *te. S3 HIAIEAH DRIVE H.ale.h. Fl. Phon. TU M47 Optometrists Will Elect Officers Annual election of officers oi the D.ade County Optometric Association will be held at a meeting on Monday, 8 p.m.. at the Everglades Hotel, it was announced by Dr. Arthur Ilellman. president. %  The group recently sponsored j Save-Your Vision Week in Smith Florida. No. Shore Lodge To Hear Speaker Constable L.'onara Weinstein will be featured speaker .Mondayevening ;n ilie North Shore B'nai B'rith meeting in Washington Federal Saving and Loan Association Auditorium. 1133 Norm and) Dr. Program Chairman Irvine C. Spear arranged lor Weinstein to address Hie group and answer questions on "How the Constable's ; Cilice Can he ol Aid to the Aver-; age ( itizen." Cedars Reveals Surgical Seminar A two-day postgraduate surgical seminar at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will be held Apr. 10 and 11 under the direction of Dr. Morris II. Blau. chairman of the Cedars Department of Surgery, it was announced b) President Harry L. Leu Is. Guest faculty conducting the sessions include Dr. W. Sterling Edwards HI and Dr. Thomas B, Patton, professors of surgery at the Medical College of Alabama. University of Alabama. Friday's program will feature discussions on "Peripheral Vascular Disease," "Surgical Treatment of Portal Hypertension," and "Abdominal Aneurysm, RenI at and Carotid Artery Occlusion." Saturday's panel discussions will deal with "Diagnosis and Treatment of Chronic Pancreatitis," and %  T reatment ol Thromboprebitis and Its Sequellae." A second seminar series will I lake place Apr 22 and 24 on in-i ternal medicine under direction; of Dr. Maurice Fich. chairman ] of the Cedars Department ol M,


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+Jenist lUridHan Page 13-B Ices Cold wvr^ ill Sanford Dorf Michael Adler Robert Conn J$ar : %  • I M. Lcwy will officiate \ -• 'lent in the Temple's Reli ous Si hool for the past six years. Jeffrey is in the seventh grade at \orth Miami Junior High, and is i %  •• il in sports. ts "f the celebrant arc |i Mrs Maurice Cohen. Robert Conn Allen sen ill Mr and lot (nun 4580 No Men will inBar Mitzvah ervW on Saturday morn \ 4. 'it Temple Beth Shol ''i Leon Kronish will oi • is a student ol the Bi !h ion Class ol Sa.-itard Dorf i Neal, son ol Mr and ac Dorf, 760 NE 178th be Bar Mitzvah on Satorning, Apr. 4. at Temple 1 eshurun Kabbi Jonah E < apian v. ill officiate. Sanford is in seventh grade at 'Im F Kennedy Junior High School, and is a member of the Audio-Visual Club. The ci lebrant's maternal grand[ >arentc Mr. and Mrs. Max Elster. Tropical Chapter at Races No. Miami Beach, and paternal grandmother. Mrs. Dora Dorf. I I'lainvicw. NY., will be among relatives attending the ceremony. A reception at the Diplomat Country Club will take place on Sunday evening I Richard Schwarti On Saturday morning, Apr 4. during services conducted by Rabbi Mordecai Podel at Temple Judea. Rich iru Philip Schwartz will be Bar Hitzvah. Active in the Temple's Boy Seoul Troop 34 and Junioi Choir, the celebi u an eighth grade student ;n Ponce Junior High and participates ... dramatics at a isc Wr and VI \lehin Schwartz, l (! i .so: II honor (heir son Day Tropical Chapter. American Medal Center at Denver, will spend a day at Gulfstrcam Park tor | lunch and the races on Wednesday. Apr. 8. starting at 11:30 a.m. Ticket chairmen are Mrs. Jack j (imman and Mrs. l. B. Blofstein.I Mrs Bertram Thorpe is chapter I %  sid< To All Hcppy Holidays CLOVLBLEAF IS^SHATtiPH SERVICE Repairing—Cleaning Reconng "Free Check-Up Service'' 17410 N.W. 2nd AVE. Ph. 624-1361 KAIIXAKII NIT CO. 113 N.W. 36th STREET PL 8-5553 HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday night and at the Kiddush on Saturday. Michael Adler Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI. will dffieiafc at tTicTVar' Mitzvah Of Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Adler. on Friday. Apr. 3. at the morning service of the seventh day of Passover. Michael attends the Hebrew Academy and is in the seventh grade. He is interested in science, mathematics, football, baseball, water-skiing and sail-boating. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shinensky and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Adler. grandparents of the Bar Mitzvah. will attend the ceremony. The celebrant will be honored at a reception Saturday evening at the Americana Hotel. c • %  James Gold James Sommers. son of Dr. and Mrs. Hillard Gold. 700 Lakeview Dr., will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Apr. 4. at Temple Beth Shelom. with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating Robert is .i student of the Beth Sholom Confirmation Class of 5725. 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Page 14-B f. i*=n/*f fk>riciif>r Friday, April 3. 1964 '11.18 %\ t I Wi l lll | | iKIlUlHr !f ,: liiHWiy If.'. II Obituaries .1 Examinations in the regional section of the National Bible Contest are held at the Bureau -A Jewish Education. Ten winners of the disrict finals took part in the regional contest in :4iami last week. Front (lef' to right) are Pat. Karp. Beth Torah; Anne Sturman, Beth Tor:ih; Daniel Marqulis, Temple Israel; Anne :!askel. Beth Torah; Lois Elfenbein, Beth Torah; Zvi Berger, associate director, Bureau of Jewish Education. Rear (left to right) are Max S'urman, Hebrew High School; Stanley Bilsker. Hebrew High School; Scott Choos, Hebrew high School; Jeffrey Rosenberg, Temple Beth Am; and Marilyn Langfeld, Temple Israel. isehel, one of i nders of the Appeal Group Will Hear Speaker Members of the Liquor Group CSmbined Jewish Appeal have sen invited to meet Victor E. the outstanding industry, at a brunch at the YVestview CounItiy Club Gold I Room on SunI lay, Apr. 12. it was announced >y Leo A. ChaiI kin, of Weinkles [ Jquor Stores, a ?o-chairman of he group. C'haiken. Jerime Halpern. of Atlantic Liquor. ;o., and .lay Veiss. of Flori la Beverage Corp.. co-chairmen for the division, are hosting the brunch hjonor of the Combined Jewish ppeal The guesl speaker, president oi %  ictor Fischel an i Associates of ew York, has long been a leader i Industry and in philanthropy, e was a founder of the New York nited Jewish Appeal campaign, ine and Spirits Division, served 5 chairman of the division, and • %  l>'en a member of the divi -.on's Steering Committee lor anj years. Golda Meir Club Pioneer Women. Golda Meir mb. will meet <>;i We nandny, l m.. at Beth El CODgcSgajtiojL Irs. Isaac Pushkin, president, will induct the business agenda, to e followed by a discussion on arci:! events. Card Party Tuesday The 32 Association of Greater Miami will bold its annual card party Tuesday. 8 p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel. Proceeds assist the organization to bring entertainment to veterans at the VA Hospital in Coral Gables. FISCHH Memorial For Europe's Martyrs A memorial meeting lor the six million Jewish victims of Nazism U ill be held on Thursday, Apr. 9. 7:30 p.m., at the DiLido Hotel. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. Program of entertainment will include the duo team of Sarah and Chaim Fershko: Mich] Gibson, world-renowned Yiddish acttor; and Cantor Mordccai Yar(ieini. Spcn.-ors of the event are Farband. Labor Zionist Order and Pioneer Women's Council ol Greater Miami. Committee includes Mrs. Milton Green, president of the Pioneer Women's Council; Beryl Morrison and Dr, Isaac Unterman, ol Bialik Branch: Dr. Simon Wilensky and Mrs. Eva Calm, ol Poale Zion; Max Astor and Manny Burstein, Ben-Gurion Branch; Oscar Shapiro and Solomon ParnesK, Lebed iker Branch: and Samuel Galfond and Sender Wolson* Cuban Branch, Jacob P. Zuckerman is Farband representative The pro-ram will memorialize the six million "martyrs to their t.iilh and their people." Harmony Lodge Installation Set Next meeting of the newly-organized Harmony B'nai B'rith Lodge will take place on Monday evening. Apr. 6. at Beth Torah Temple. Bernard Langberg. president pro tern, announced that nearly 80 members have already been attracted to this newest local unit in B'nai B'rith. Langberg said that plans will be presented at the meeting lor formal institution ceremony for the new lodge to be held in conjunction with the con. vention of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges on Apr. 25 at the Carillon Hotel. New slate of officers also to be installed include Morton B. Lux ner. vice president: Michael I. Ross, vice president; Rrbbi Max LipschitX, vice preside.it, Paul Besser, vice president; William Werner, financial secretary: Arthur Lubar. recording secretary: llyman Astor. corresponding secretary; Lawrence Soot in. treasur er; Morey Skiarov, chaplain; Bernard Gold, warden; David II. Rat ner and William M. Wolfe, trustees. New Boar.I of Directors for the year L9644U consists oi Jerrj J. Dudell, Nathan S Glazier. Judge Norman Goldstein. Stanley B. Goldberg, Martin Mandell, Joseph Schmier, Max Silver. Jerrj Nagle, Abe Silver. Jerry Wiat i ic. Judge Mai tm p. Shacht, Jack Raphael. Martin Saxon and Bernard Ber man. Guest speaker at the Apr 6 meeting'will be Abe Goldman on %  Our Forgotten Children," "1 ARSDF.N. t!i iij.i'nin. "I n B Avi died M :' %  LANDERS. h. 77.. ni JIG NW !tll \\. ItlVt-IHllll MANOELKORN. N'O *' %  "' \ i: VIII si i:i\. i -i.iRUBEN. I >ai il. %  % % %  '! I"l '<•' |M '" llivi rldi SOLD. Hi %  • ol SI •" %  •"• 111 i'ill/. I>l lli\ i : H ill STEINER. Tl Ili 7.1 ol II It" -,,ii \,,. Uordon. R NGLER. Ml TUlle. r,6, o( HI! MU-hlKiin Ai .1 ... Mil • llh DVORKIN. N'athnn I.. Tl. -I IT"1 Pol' ... s. i \ i. in II kls n l:i\ rslde CR6.EN. Mrs I-.-• >.-. -l. of l-'iSO Bainv R -i.i. REIFF. M .. .. %  :: ol '.'•• i Pollll AVI s. %  \ I. III II klj ii %  loiilon DENMARK. Vllllil ol '" %  IVnnxyl\ii II in Avi ill-'I Mil -' %  Itlvi vviLNER, lli-rl rum, i l ".' SMh XI li. Rlli COHEN. Mr* Mil rmlei II CLASSBERG. Ml* IHllll \ V • S. I N HIRSCHFIF.LD. Mr* lli-rll \ %  AviSen II-I in XI llllll lllllih : <"l |. v.iii ii An Servici In Rrookl) n. ISivoi .1. HUGHES. .Mi-I urn I-:., ;o. ol 1014 w e*i i 'ii. .1 Mai 21 ltl\>i lili WeiTZMEN. I Li ii jn ,. %  s\V I'll il Mi A \ l Hcl \ i< in I : .' %  _It l\ JONOP. i. I.I !.:. I>I fs i. t In Pin ri'l, N..I i:n..i siil.-. MANILOW. M.Rime, i -..IIIiiw RIM-I'KIIII Young Israel Model Seder Nursery School and Kindergarten Departments of Young Israel ol Greater Miami conducted a Model Seder on Thursday morning, Mar. 26. under the direction ol Mrs. Phyllis Chaney and Mrs. Barbara Hirsch. of the Pre School Division. Sponsored by the PTA, Mrs. Selnia Perestock. president, the program featured a traditional holiday meal. Passover songs and poems. More than 120 students of the Hebrew and Sunday Schools attended a Model Seder on Sunday morning under the direction of Rabbi Abraham Blech, education director, assisted by Miss Marlene Williams and Miss Arlene Green berg, members of the school faculty. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber gave the benediction. Emanuel Cngar is synagogue president. Adult Hebrew Classes Sixth in a series of eight Adult Hebrew classes was to be held at Temple Sinai on Thursday, Apr 2. at 7:30 p.m. A vi. ilM .M;i :•". .:.,,!.,n. GOODBAR, Mm. Marlon W :., ..: %  'Ii V linn VVuj. |; v, i nlil. HYMAN. r.,-11., ni in. ">4, i.i Ml M. • i i ; l ni Avi s, i i Ii II |'r„> ... Ill itLu-uvm LUSTMAN, lr\ i. %  %  %  Ii .. ,., I >r, s, ni, in i 'hii .,.;.. Rlvri fclile STACHOWICZ. I i -.-, MI, \\\ SSrjl St. s. : viii-y in I %  Hill Hi LEGAL NOTICE STARLIGHT. Samiu A. ..I :::n i •• -111 n\ -.. 'i Klwri COOPER, i "hi • i, v I, ci •l.-.i .Mar 24. RIvel MASON. Iliirr.v. • ... Raymond Ft., ili-.l XI ill ; %  : R|vi MILSTEIN. ihri ., ,., ,;;..„ SI l> llllll lilv.l.. tllrd Mill • l -ill... ROSENBERG. Ml*. I IV.. 61 • 'Hi Si ill, ,| Mai Riv%  i I.ZUCKERMAN, Mm I:.. ;, ,., >UAn. dl.-.l Xli nwORK.v DWORKfc\. \ • LEGAL NOTICE Dignified, beautiful and reverently oared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all. AV I %  i II • AID COMMUNITY VA M0 1-7693 Northern Dancer Favored in Race Northern Dancer, from the Wind(ields Farm oi E. P, Taylor, noled Canadian sportsman, has been installed as the c-to-5 favorite for the loth running ol the sioo.ooo Florida Derby on Saturday. It is expei ted that eight or nine top three-year-old rivals will be under colors as they attempt to urest honors from Northern Dancer, who gained a place of eminence among the three-year-olds by winning the Flamingo. The early line makes Northern Dancer the choice and the fact that Bill Shoemaker, the nation's No. 1 jockey will be in the saddle, has shortened the odds. Cecil Carmine's Dandy K and Harbor V i e W Farm's Roman Brother, who finished one-two in that order in the recent Fountain It-of Youth Stakes, are listed at 4to-1 each and appear to be among the leading contenders. Roman Brother will have Manuel Ycaza in the saddle while Mickey Solomone, who drove Dandy K to his rousing triumph in the Fountain of Youth, will be back in the irons. Star Dines at Harlenist Metropolitan Opera star Jan Peesce dined last week at 1'ie I Ilarfenist Kosher Meat and Dairy Restaurant on Washington Ave., Miami Beach. He was here to conduct the Passover Seders at the Deauville Hotel, Danish Consul To be Honored In West Miami Consul of Denmark Alex Balfe will be honored at installation ceremonies of West Miami Lodge ol B'nai B'rith for new officers on Apr. 13 at Hillel House on the University of Miami campus Balfe will be presented with an %  American flag that has tlown over the Capitol Building in Washing : ton, D.C. The lodge is honoring Balfe in tribute to the outstanding and ex[ empiary role Denmark played in i protecting its Jewish community I during the Nazi occupation during World War II. Chairman of the evening will be Jack Finkel. George Fish will ; be installed for another terms as president of West Miami Lodge. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1"TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY N5 6JC F:I:X w.\ rsi i.\, %  %  !|l\ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Ti %  .11 Vltl.KS i! W.1 •( \ N \ i >i v RK 11 K i: i:i n %  %  %  %  iilH i". .-. I'AIIXN ,•Ri iTIIKXHKRii %  U %  ni I file ill.I,I lijlnill %  • %  iiI'll ik uf i In II II I'll! 1/..IH. llHSI \ .11 tATKI Il v %  R n I.I:ATIII:I:.M \N I'll • i' in 11} K M I.VM \ N i • NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY, No 64C :307 AI.FIJKIi Kl)\\ Aim HAUItlM IN I"... n \ • IA<:'-:i: \ |i \ itlSISi IN I'. i, SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl H WiRII \ HAItltlSuN Iti i I. in I ni,in,.\ n "< % % %  %  HAIIEII \ HARRISON ;,i.. h i '" 'i"l lh '' .BUI ,.i c,,mI'nlnl i |vi ,„,,, ,-,,,.,, %  aliKi --.ii, II ml you nn n |ii red lo >' "!'} % %  > .' %  HI Annwei ..i I'lenilmil % %  < Cnmplalni ..., ihi Bttorney. Kilwiird Hu ik • i v..:li.M T,i, si Miami, Florida .'" %  | "'•' 'l' 'lulnal An-.. -i.;,,!. nil in Hi. office of Hi,Clerk of the i iivnii ,,„ (all to .1 by default ill i„. taken in id.Bin ,,f Complaint. Thin notice Khali be publlahed once ...i.ii ... i< f,,,. f,,,,, ponxecutive waek> in Tin: .IKWISII i-i...| f |iiiA.\ u-i.Ni: AND i KpKRRD al Miami, •i.. ni.,. iius IHI da) of April, AH MM* I. E Fi I.I:AIIII:KMA\. clerk t i iivnii Court, Hull.. County, Florida ; '-ml* Bs K \l NY MAN ... Deputy Clerk l.l'W ARD Ills \K 17011 N.W, Till Si Miami, Florida AH. rnej for Plaintiff l 1-10-17-24 NOT.CF. OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File No. AA-21366 NiiTlil. is IIKRRUY UIVRN thai Niitluini. I VV. SlvHel. hold, i %  I'll of Mini. uh. I" II "In T.'\ > le i • ate and or %  'ity f Hlaleah, f A-.-. in. in Men Certil I ., ,l us, IRA, %  !'." HII, 61' • ... he Sxth ile.} ol MH \ I • •..: lum i lied Kami in mj im.l hiiH mad. iippllcatlnn f. r B ii,-. ,i io I.i —. a • -1 thereon. Said eiuli i.-e the fiillnv n. ni., ,i |,ei i\ in the %  "out • l • ni.. sun. ,.i i-'i,,. Ida, i"-> n l...i v A]•:' %  I...I ;. Block SOB. iii.i ih I tl \ Idn \ni.i l" I'kti ..i. I'.,--'7 Si i n v Tow I Smith II the Cil i h. County of Dade, SI Florida, an %  mbi tci il In Ta X Hal%  %  • i tlfii ite No I in The ..%  iw • u.i~ in lll^ Ii. J i: I...: i: %  w PKH aven Hi-I .i Will n i %  .,BiH>k .i". I'..... ... nshl|i %  Mi. I'llol %  I in 11. Stitti • i II '! i. Hub eshii n | • i S v... ||>. %  I. .• • %  • eml .... v ... T! t a*t*e* %  : i lei thi IVIIH In thi • \\ (laylord I !'. 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k April 3. 1964 vJenlsti fhrSdiaei Page 15-E LEGAL NOTICE IE COUNTY JUDGES COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62718 Lite i Lull'EL K LEGAL NOTirp LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE HTARMOHT, NOT i.fe Or ... iW „ FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File No. A A 21372 NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN thai %  a I W Sietti I, nidi • %  nl i' %  .i,rTax Sale Certificate numbered lll issued he • i das of June, A.I). 1961 NOTICE TO CREDITORS haa fill i MH( In mj office I li |M Creditor" ami All Peraona llnvmade aimllcn tion for H tax deed m or l lemaoda Agalnal Said '" aam ,I thereon. >:• i.l eertlflcati |,. i nii.r.i. .-.(he following dcacrlbeil hereby notified and re-I proiuri In the fount) "i Hade, Stan .,1 (.. preacnt am clalma and 'h [of Florida, [o-wlt: I.lwhleh > nil in \ l eatate ..f SAMl'BL }•: STARIII r ileecaa.nl late of Dade County, da, i" the Counts Judaea ..f Dade |nty, and file Ihe aame in duplicate prov i'l. il in Section 133. 16, Ida Statute*, In their office* in County Courthouae In Dade CouhFlorlda. within > ; s c .i I %  n H ,i i nth from Ihe time of the firm jdleatton hereof, "i the name will barred, lated nl Miami. Florida, thla 30tb ,.t March, v.l>. 1984. CORINNE ii ST VRLIGHT As F.XI tlltl i\ iFlrai publication of this noili n rd da} if April, 1944. I i\i\ii:i. & i:< MJERH [t I ei ne> for Executrix l.i tin Roa 1 [ Qeai li. I lorlda 13139 4/31"-17-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C1IVEN ih-t Ihe underabjned, dealrlnjj to engage In huaineaa under the fictltlotni name of i \rii:i) SALES Co at "8M N.K. !nd Miumi intend! to reftlater -:.i.l name with the Clerk of the Clri'tii Court of Hade County. Florida. KONNIK JACK. INC .i ri.i. Corp. if. rman Caplan, I'reaidenl KU'IIARU \NELSON xttnrne*. a for Applicant %  I.I. oln Road 1 :: -1 < • -1T %  i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MiTli'l' IS HEREBY IRVKN lh K In mderaigned, dealrlng tn engage in under the flctitinua name of C TAKE-OFT SKRVICE at 3*1 x vv 12th Avenue Intends t" reglatoi il me w i li Ihe Clerk "t Ihe i 'ii i-i of I Mule "onntt Florida. WII.UK i: TII.: I:I: •• \i :i:i i A. A l.i for Applic ml 1 I :1.1K. I 3-10-17 24 NOT.CE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21365 : is HEREBY I1IVEN that \u mi-l VV Rlegel, holder of Cits v %  ih Ml mil l len C. rl Ifioatea %  %  •:,. 196, 19", 19* and II .1 thi 21 Hi day ..f Mas A.H I saw, haa filed aame In m> office, in i haa made application for tax to be IHBUI -I ill. reon Said certlfl.1. embrace ih. followinii dewrilied II rly, HI the Counts of I hide, State lloi Ida, to-wii: I..*! 1. Block 1". Iliacas'ni Highlands, il B i It Pagi 26, Sections 19 .nl :'". Township ."•S'outh, Range -i. in the (.'Its of North Miami, 1 inty ••! Iiade, State of Florida, aa li • .1 n C< rtlficate No. :: ; Thi -.-MI. i i uf -..ill property under i. Issued ua in the i : Howard VV 1x7 l-'l uf V I :: ..f NW'i of S\V\ I %  %  W :::, !••[ & .\ll Thai par! of w I of \\\ -, I.. -IV 13 Ft lyg SWIs i.l i line 2fl5 Kt SW of A: Can lo C I. of Snake Creek Cannl Lean lleg I K I. of NE L' AVe ISO l-'l s\\ ..i S ..i R \ lo s w I. of Canal KEIv l" It SW ..i & Ai R A t.. S VV I. Canal SBIs alg %  -•! R VV, I. to X with W I. ..f E .• of E' %  ol Hffi, of XW'i S to III Hi" fi SWIy uf .<• Parr to Sil R \V I. NUli Alg S.I :un u, i: i. \i: "mb*V i x to tpB in tin i 'ouni • ..f i ladi Slate of Florida, an embri I in Certificate No. till. I'll.a--. sini-nl ..f -.lid property undei the .-..il certificate is-n. . :'"•'. which la the ith day ..f Mas. V.D. IM4, Iiated ibis 31at day uf March, A.D, 1964. K I'.. I.BATHERMAN, Clerk LEGAL NOTICE ol (anal :::.i. l-t t.. I'oc. sWIy at of Circuit four'. I hide Count v. Florida it A to s w i. ..r canal US i-, TI, raeulj Uy: i:. M. 1.1:1:11:1: siviy to a in ih s .ii w i. ,,r i:'.. n.-pun cieik "f XW'i of SUV ol \\\i, Tii %  •: i 4 3-10-17-24 alt>; I. .,f X';. ,,f s\v, ,.f NW'i, i for Mil li Ml. Tb X L'l" l-'t M i. NOT r= n^ API IC.ATION to a I.I Th Mill Uy n lin,. Co Kl SWIs of A Parr to SW i: wi. of • anal to Poll .V la-* >AV\ of SW 1 • •i XW', .\ i .. -. i-: inn ii ,,r s 9IKI Kl .M I. of \V :. I ..f SW, ,.f NW'i & I..-w i>n n ..f si: 1 of s\\ i, of XW'i Section %  :. Townahlp :i2 South, Range 12 Kaat containing lii .:i Ail .-s 111-.: .or 1. -i..-iieg mi K i. of xi-: :'ini Are l.'.ii' KW of & al It A to SW'ls R VV I. ..r Snake Cr. Canal Th SKIs 351.3 ft to l'i ill Con't eSKIy of X of VV I, nl K", ..f s\V, ,,f NW1 I .\ S2.SI' NWIv 304.91 fi SWK 25 ft to l'i HI I..--\v "."• ).; i:.,,s :• HI fi more or lean VV'i of Kjj of sW, of N'w, I.. -.s ::.". ft i, -l'i of W'S of NW'i, |yg RWly i.f Snake Creek Cannl den Beg on i: l. ..f XE 2 Ave & S I, ,,f \u ', MI \W. N 112.3 fi S|-:iv ,„ ,., .„ 2K3' SW of ,v \i |;A I.. .-\\R w |. of Canal A143 n VV of E I. of \V'-. of \\\ ', ,.f s\\i, ,,. \w,, Th s to s I. .,f XW', ..f SWS of N\\i, Th vv I., K i. U f M-; : Av Tn x to I'm: I.. N :::. II ..f w is; ,, ,„ x\\ I of XW, of sw, i.,.>. .-, r ,v.. s :; "I W -n it ..; i: \:u II .„• H fi ir leati ol VV of i;i-of SW ', FOR TAX DEED Chapter ttnt Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21321 NOTICE is HBRBBY Q1VBN thai Valhanlel W. Sleep), holder of City of North Miami Beaoh Tax Certificate* numbered 10 and 1'. laaued the lilh day of Ausiist, A.I). 1962. has fileil name in my oitloe, and has maue application for a tax deed to be laaued thereon. Said caertlflcatea embrace | tinfollowing described pronerty, in the County of l tail.-, State of Florida, to-wlt: i...t x Block in Blghland Manor — Sec. I'I — flat Book K" Page 25 Section 7. Townahip S2 South, Range 12 Bnat, In th.City of North Miami Reach, County uf Dade, State of Klortiia. a> embri l in Certificate No. In. Tinis-issini-ni of saiil |n-operty under raid eenlflcale issn,..i was in the name of Jake l.a Mottn & vv Vlkkl. I.ni in. Block 153, Pulford By The Sea Sec N, I'lat R.Kik I". Pagi 28, Section S, Townahlp '.-' South, Range 12 Kaat, In tincits of Ncrth .Miami Beach, County ••! hade, stnte of Klnrlda, .embraced In Certificate No. II. The a-s. s-m. nt of sai.l i.i..|n-i iv under aaid %  1 1 Ifleate i--n.-.l v.ain the name ..f Alberl \\ Backua. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 7 AX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21328 M/l'H'i: IS LUOUttBY (UV'KN ilut^ Nathaniel vv SI. g.d, holrti of I" I of Hi.ll. ah. ,FI... i.la Til s Sal,( '. l I II taniiami or CUs i.l" Hlaleah, Klorlda SiM-.-ial Asxi'SHiiooil I .i.-ii l Vi I itli-a I.-iiiuiih.-ri'il In. i..-, 650, ?II2 ami iU laaued tin2Inrl day ..f May, A.I>. 1961 I haa filed sain,' in my office, anil has made application fi r a tax deed to be laaued th.r Said i • rl iflcatee brace tinfollowing deacribed properts'i i tb'• "• %  imt> of Bade, State <.i l-'lmiila. to-wlt: Lots :: to .", Incl Block '•' l-eaa I...I:: ami I III.., u 67, I lialeah 1st Ail.iillon., i'lat Book "•. Page i-'-'. Section IX, Townahlp "•:: South, Range II Kasi in tincits of Hlaleah, County of Dade, State of Florida, aa embraced in Tax Sale Certificate No. In. Tinass.-ssin.-lll uf saiil property und r tinsaiil certificate is-u.ii Hain in.name uf Clara J.I Shaffer. Tr i' l-.-ss VV :'.7.v •>. I..-. I-: :::.-,' i.vka v *.:.| Block 100 Hlaleah 12th Ail.in Rev Blk l0, Plal 1 k ::i Page IL'. Si-, tion ?. Townahlp R3 South. Range ll Ijisi in the Cits i.f Hlaleah, County of Bade, State of Florida, as embraced in special Ass.ssniini l.i.ii Certificate No. 818 The .-i-s.-ss'ii.-nt i.f saiil property under ih.saiil certificate laaued waa in iluname of Ralph i>. Coraba, (...is li i". Block 103-B Hlaleah 13th Addition., I'lat Book ;i Page 38, Section s. Townahlp "-:: South, Range ll Baal in the City of llialeah, county of Dade, State of Florida, as .-ml raced in Special AascaaHunt l.i. n i "-i tifh-aliNo, 6R0. The a-s. -sin.-in ,,f said propeny under in -aiil certificate laaued wai in th.. name of Win. Smith ,xBarbara. B 80' Ti i;: FA i ]•; ,xi-: 20' of 17i Block 6-r, Mill, ah 10th Addition Rev., I'lat iHH.k 31 Page ;.'. Section '.. Townahlp "•:: South, Range II Kaat in Hi.City ..I Hialeub, Counts of 11.-,-!.-, st.it,of Florida, aa embraced In Special Aaacaamenl Men Certificate No 702, The a-— no in ..f aaid property under the xaiil certificate laaued waa In the nai ..f Herman Kluge ii A l-'ian.-is IXlI '17 l,..inl..ii Tel'iace 1st Addltloi l'1al_l:.'-k ".:.. Page 85 Si i tion Township %  : .-' %  mil. l: inge II En in ih.i "it ..' I lialeah, Count} • Bade, Stale %  •!' Florida, aembrnc .n Special v.-.-. --H in I '.-riif. % %  ate No, TII. Th...-.-. ..in. -nt •• .,,; i in operts under tinaaid %  til .at.laaued was in ih.name ol Jol Margagllo .x.Mai garei i: I'nl. -s -ai.l r.-i l Hi. at.-s -hall deemed according t.. law. th.' piop .I'lv ii.-si iii.i-.i herein will inaold i %  the hlgheal bl l.ler al the Court Houa door MII iinflrat Mondav in th. monf of Mas', A.D. 1064, which is the iti day "I .viav. v i I!i64. 11.,i. ,1 • hit i 'I %  •' V|.i il. A.I iinii E. I: I .BATHBRMAN, Clerk of Circuit i '."in. Dade County. Florli is.al) I'.v: It. .VI I.KKI-Klt. iiepni. Clark 1 :'.-in-l7. i..ss s in ft of vv iv; fi SW'i I %  I X lin ft of R I.L' of XW'i of NVVi, of I'nlean aaid • • rtlflcntea -hall be releemed ac lag to law. the pi ..|.rty .i.s. i ii.. .1 herein will be aold tc ( I'%  ..ii i: I, NR 2nd Av.ii"-, 'he hlgheal bidder at th.Couri HOIK ft N ..f s l. of s"W, of NW' of door on the tli-t Monday in Homonth xw, x alg i-: i. M: J M ,I \!,. of May, v D 1964, which ithe ith Pt I5il il SW ..f ,xAI it A tn SW ''"> r My, v |. 1064. I! W I. Canal SKIv 331.3 ft SVV'I\ \ "at-. I this !-I ,la> ,.f April, A.D '' R A to .anal 1 :.", f| \l\|, ,,, 1964, P.O.B. an.I I-: 145 ft W'. ,,f NW'i, '• ''• %  '-BATHBRMAN, Clerk • I' SW'i, of N W>II of circuit Court, Dade County. Florida 's. all r.R VI LEKPER, I I*III > i "l.-i 1. I 3-10-17-21 1..-i:.-_ at |.l Mil 1". i. xi: 2 AKW K VV 1 Sn.,1 Creek LEGAL NOTICE 111. k :. Brl in Manora Plal I'agi 2S, Sect Ion 19, To n -Math. Ham;. 12 Kaat, in Cits "f North Mi..ini. Counts ,,; Stall I loi Ida, aemhrai i -i I'I llflca'e No :' %  Th..,--.-i %  %  ..ii |, i %  I II i:. 7S48, 7'.""i. ai.l T'i'ix. laaued Ihe l-i ,ia> of June A li. 1962, has filed aami In m> offlci nn.1 ii iin. 1. 1. n|iplli>atlon f.n a lax deed lo l>. laaued thereon 1 el i Ifli %  embrace I %  • %  follow ing i.. .1 pi opi I he i 'ounts "i l lade, Stnte ol Fli Ida, to- .t I ,.i 23, Blia k 6, '' Idi n lleai h Si • D. I'lat Book i". Page l". In thi ints of l i.i.i,. Stati ol Ra embraced n < Mo 16:1 Thi aaaeaam. it ol -.,:.! pro|ierts un,1, He laaued in il..i HI .-1 Mi RcaltJ I Lot 5, nil" I ST. in tl State ol I, Certll \ v .... : ,i t| .., .] ild i anIfii at., ,1 \ i li thi a in-%  ll r \ %  .-. \ VI S 220 ft of N u ft A li -' IV ft & *• N • VI ia ill I (1 n i %  liangi ; Kaat in acrea more oi leaa. in the Com f Dndi %  %  %  \ • 1 I • tl .1 .. ti. VI ill ,X w V|.i T-.i \ SW Be-ni. Plal Hook • i .. vi. ontall leaa i 'ouni) ol I >ad< Siati ol Kl Ida ,.-, .1 n Ci Iflcal Nn 1129, Th • a-s. --in• • of snltl pi opens under ihe aanl n-ril I waa n the nanu of Baal \ ii w l .-\ eloping •'•. Inc. All Trad v l. SWIy 377.7 fl non ol leaa ameaaured alg XWli I. Block 358, Mignolla (lai lena Consolidated l:.-sui. piai Book 19, i'age 71, containing ,bS ., lea, re or li aa in th.Count) of Bade, si.n, ..i l-'l ia. a• mbraced in l' %  illflcate No 1180. The in s-m. in of propert) un ler thi -..I.I i i I llfloate name ol Bkatvltm I lev ]. ni^ i "... In, i.i.t ix. Block •:. Bnrdol Hub., Plal Book 32, Page 7i".. In lha County of Dado* State of Florida, .is anibraced In Certll ..' %  No 10 Th.a--, -in.-in of sal.I i the aaid te laaueil In the na of Clyde L. Halnkli > ,xu l.u. Hie M I'nleaa aaid rei ihall be i. !• 17, Block 1 law, ih, I.IMIIHelghl '. : h !'-'. Pagi u ill i.. %  31, ia the Count: %  ili hlgl r al the i Florida .as einbi Iflcati .1 on thi flrai Monclav In I Thi -%  vi xi> xpropi i :\ nn.Ii rtiflcate tl \\ \ ... i wain ih.name Hila i v 1 %  a Mlnton, B• B. I.BATHERMAN Lot 27, Block ... Nn th Mberls Cits ol Circuil Conn, I'..I. Couiitv Florida Am. I. Plal Bm k 11 Page II, in th I il M I III r County ..I |).„i„. state of Florida, ..beputs Clark' embraced in Certlllcale No. 2738. 4 3-10-17-24 NOT.CE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acti of 1941 File No. AA 21314 NOTICE IS HBRBBT OIVKN th Nathaniel w. slegel holder .if City %  Coral tlablea Sidewalk l.i. 11 Cercil %  -.-it.No. 97 laaued the 2&th day 1 May, v.l'. 1962, infiled aame in in office, and has made application f> n tax deed in ilaaued thereon. Bai 1'. nn i.-niiembmcea the foltowliv deacribed properts In the County •• Dade, State ol Florida, lo-wlt: l.ois 11 \l".. Block l". Coral Qabh Crafts Section Plal Book i" lain, in the City "I Coral flable County ..f Dade, State of Florida. The ass.sii.ni .if sai.l pi under the aaid 1 rl Ifleate at in tl name of: L'nknown. I'nl.-ss -ail certificate "hall be 1 deemed according to law, the t •" %  %  erty .li-si-i ih.-il lor.-in will he aold 1 the hlgheal bidder al the Court Hotii dooi on the flrat Monday in thi mom • if May. noil, which is the ith day May. llnil Dated thla lal day of April, 1964 i: II. I.BATHERMAN, Clerk of Clr mi Court, Dade County, Florli '-•Hi I Is 11. M I.EBl'ER, 1 'aputs • 'I. rk 1 The a.--.---in. -in of sai.l propert) under Ihe saiil certificate laaued waa in the name ..1 Chaa. Adderley. 1. ,.is IS, 16 A17. Block '.' T lylnr Snl.. I'lat Book -I, Page 83, in the Counts of 1 iade, State of 1 loi ila, as embraced n Certificate Nn 1786 The as>. ssni.'iit ..f saiil properts' under the sii.i certificate laaued waa in the name of Suaan .v. Curry, I.MI .'.',. i.i.ii nn.Terminal* Bth Addn, Plal Bo.>k ••'•. Page 11, in the C its of li.il--. State MI Florida, 11a embraced In Certificate No. urn The ass. --in. in of aaid property*un%  l.ithe aaid certificate laaued wain th. %  Milton I li rlong & *v Ruby et ul 1...1 12 Bl a-k '. Tattim VV Hi r as Sub Plal Book 16, I'age J. n tin Counts nl I'll.. State ..f Florida, ... embr iced In < '1 1 tlflcate Nn 157 I aaid '*t v un ; .. 1. ui .1 a1' the name of irake 1 'nal Co Ki 1.. Plal 1", I %  • -' il Florida, %  • %  ,i,aaid 1 ipertj 1 • I waa In the nam. liui :i 1 v A vni.i. 4. v Mn. 1 %  ..• Hi 136 In the Counts of I %  1emNo. 7> Thi 1 IH ll ., %  1 E. VVillia Tl Lot l". ill k x, Pre MI • 'lal B01 |S2. In thi He ol %  • ., No :• 1 %  Thi naaeaamenl nl 1I1I ll flcati eil waa I di .vi. 1. ,. '. .1 VI-II 1: !,,i 17, Block I, Fn Ida v.l lition Nn '.. Plal .'• P 7ii n the Counts "i |i,,l. ; State ,,i l-'l.n i.l.-i. a.. ml.in. 11 Certl le No. 7848. The aaaa ami nt of an I rtv undei t he aaid eertlflcati led waa In 1 inname of 1 'Iral i'ia 1 Inam 1 .x -'. Blot 1. 11, Waahlngton I'nik. Plal Book !'. Page 13, in the Counts of Bade, Stati .-1 Florida, as ,mi.i.,, ,1 .. Certificate No. 7006, The a--' -sm< nt of sahi pronerty under the aain • ertlflcate laaui 1 ,,.,10 the name of Mhrj Thomaa I..U 11, Bio k ll, VVaahlngtoii Pai k, Plal Bobk 9, Page 13, in I ha Counts ..f Dade, State of Florida, na embraced '1 1 in Icate No ?0S The naaeaamenl of aaid properts under the aaid cei tlflt it.laaui .1 na In 1 he name .if Mary Thomaa Brown. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21325 NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVBN Hun N iii w -1.1;,.1. holder of Counts 'l".ix Sali ''• %  .ai.numbered I2. 121, 62H, 1722, 2<'64, 26aN, 2721, :'.'_''•",. 1233, 1234, 16 II, 'it. 3830, .•: %  I".-'. 1166, 1536, i720, I 1 .,11 7"..'.J 1 —11. il tinisi ,1.1 ,.i .1 mn •. 1 iii.il. baa 11i.1i aame In my office, and has made app!l<-utton foi n u.x deed to be laaued I'I 1 11. Said certificatea embrace thi follow Ing deacribed property, in the 1 '• %  intj ..I 1 iade, Stati of I lorida, lo-w il: i...t 23, BliK-k I, Uold. n Bi in h Si 17 Plal 1 U x. Page 122, In the Counts of 1 1.1 '. State ••! |-'.,,i Ida, aa embraced In 1 '• rl itiati \ The naaeaamenl <-i -.1 .1 1 r tv inli.-r t he aaid eertlflcati laaueil waa In th. mi in. of 1 %  en .v in.-. U>t 26 leaa X I'.,. k I, 1 See 1:. I'lat Book •. I'agi 122, in the Counts of Dadi State of Iloi i.la. a-ml I .11 'tlflcate No. 121. The a--.--ni. ni properts under the sai.l certificate laaued was in ihe name of lleb-n A In, I. ..II ,< 2, I" ick II, V|,,--||..l!.l Sol. Plal Biaik in, I ..-.-•'. in 1 in 1 'ounts ol I lade, Stan of Florida, ed %  'ifleate No 626, The %  • ... 1,1 properts undi 1 .,.. ,1 w .1. in ih.name .1' .lami •' ThomaLot 12, 1:1. %  k 1 1. 1'in. -w..M 1 Park, Plal 1 look i: Pi -• 1" I Mile, s hi %  --. ami nt ol 111,1 I tifle III ll %  %  : 1 llemil FT Til 2-A. Rev I" %  1 1.1 Heights, I 'lal Book I 'ugi >. 111 1I1. ni y of 1 %  a.lStall K la, .'%  1111. .. .1 1,111.1, No '1 li-1--' an ul 1 Block City. Plal ;. I'agi • 1 %  • unt> • f Suite of 1 • Ni Thi lllellt %  I lllahu & w llenrii S 1...1 ia. B a-k I'll • 1 County ol I ..I.-. Si., I,1 I 1,, 111 Certlficuti \ 11. .in ,1 1 .11.laaueil w.,n thi ni %  1 Viuii. .VI.,. 1 .,iv .11 la .x 11 T. Bdu .11 .1-. I...I 13, V,l. l.llil-i P.11 '„. 1'lal Book i'i 1In il,.Counts ol I' Stal Florida, aa .ml. ..... I In 1 %  .1111 Icate No, 320 %  Phe .--. -in.-ni ..: aaid prop. 11 ^ undei the aaiil .11 ifleate laaui .1 11a In the name of M ilil; ed ,xX. 11. nn Brow 11 I...is 1 1.1 in ii,,, 1:.,, k %  :. I, -s I.. 1 I.. 7 nn liloi ,> 2, Morgan Hill. I'lat I',,,, 1, 21, I'aiti I. -i in. Counts of I la.l.i. Ma:...f I-: i.tla. a.m• 'I 11, •'. 1-1 ili... t. \,, .: Th,-. -in,-in ,,f aaid pi operts undei I .1 • : 1 ifleate laaueil w in th,. name ..f Pelican Land Co, in.-. II to l> in,. Ill.a k 2, Morgan Hill, Plal Book :'i. Page I, In the 1 'ounts .if 1 1 ,,,|. stal da, ., 1 • > 11111 w ,,. I" 'I" 1 I'M 111. I'lat. %  %  hrai > %  • %  In Ceil x 631 The %  'In' --11. 1 1111:. at. -1. 1 n-ai in in. 11.un,. i Salvadoi Auilar, I LEGAL NOTICE S .a' it I...I .. Hal.Sub., i'l.,1 Bo. 65, l'.ii;.| T'|. in til,. County I'.oi Stati of Florida, as embraced Certificate No. 8SS4. Tinnaae in. ni of -a .1 property undir the sal certificate i--".,l was in the nan of Joseph M. (inleano. Lot I. MM, k 6, lllilll m.i I'.,1 ',.. Pli Book -'. Pane in. in the County i 1 >ade, Mai. of Florida, a• mbraci in 1 'ei • 1 No 8939 The laai .ini-nl ..I ... unii the .-a..I .'iii, at,i-.-u. .1 was in tl ii.un, %  ..I' Win ,x I.la Meehlowitl. 1...1 in. in., k <. I MI.Milk r Trai l'i Biaik .'. i 'age .". in Un '• %  in i l I.MI. stal. of Florida, na %  braced In %  '. i ,n ati X" |( %  : l'l naaeaamenl of saiil properts und< the ..i -I %  • i ed wua •. i name • %  \n ib .lohnaon, I., t•' .x In Blocl -•. Mill I'In i:. II i-i he Coui %  i of I • ..I. Si f FI brio • .1 .a %  %  • li x • %  l'l naaeaamenl i pi • -i.-11 \ I he aaid ci ad wa* II, unI.. --. Beach In l'i: i' Page x. In Ihe C nn: 1 of Dadi t. \ • der tin -.nn a me i-le De I : I.. %  Hi I ', .ui i I in. i 'ouni x -i %  f Flo ed in Certll %  I'. • ,:,i !• ,l i f Jaimi .X IV %  XE r NE tion 24, T I he i 'ounts %  I iade, HI i ., ri,. naaeaami nt • I as ill lh.nan I'.. i .i.li..M. 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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
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April 3, 1964

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Full Text
"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
[oiurrie 37 Number 14
Miami, Florida. Friday, April 3, 1964
Two Sections Price 2f
Sen. Ernest Grueninq, ot
laska, will speak at the 1s-
lel 16th anniversr^v d>nnr
loncring Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Plank in Miami Beach on
Ipr. 19. The Democratic leg-
klalor returned from an
jrthquake damage inspec-
3n tour oi Alaska this week.
se story. Page 8-A.)
Hen. Alber' Gore, ol Tennes-
^ke. v/ill be quest speaker at
ZOA 16th anniversary cele-
^Bration of the State of Israel
B honor of Mr. and Mrs.
fcharles Charcowsky on Apr.
K. (See story. Page 12-A.)
Rcse Halprin
ilected Head
if Agency
By Special Report
[JERUSALEM Mrs. Rose L.
Dlprin, of New Lork. was this
pek named chairman of the Jew-
Ji Agency-American Section by
ke Executive of the Jewish Agcn-
m for Israel meeting now in
Irusalem, She succeeds Dr.
imanucl Neumann, who for the
st year has served as chairman.
[Mrs. Halprin. who has been ac
\e in Zionist affairs for over 30
ears, is the only woman member
the Executive of the Jewish
gency of which she has been a
(lember since 1946.
. She is a former national pres-
ident of Hadassah, having serv-
led from 1932 to 1934 and from
|1947 to 1951, and it now an hon-
Continued on Page 3-A
Arabs Walk Out of Afro-Asia Meet
As Israel Admitted for First Time
GENEVA(JTA IFighting bit-
terly against the seating of Israel
as a member of the 62-nation Afro-
Asian bloc attending the United
Nation- Conference on Trade and
Development here. Arab delega-
tions walked out of tne Afro-Asian
caucus Mondaj in protest against
Israel's participation.
The Aim Asian bloc, a strong
group oi members at United Na
I inn Headquarters in New York.
voted in recognize Israel's right to
fill and equal participation in the
caucuses ol the members repre-
senting the Asian and African
states. When the caucus opened,
the group, with Israel represented
bj Moshe Bartur, Israel's perma-
nent representative at the UN's
Geneva headquarters, decided to
take a public stand against coop-
eration with South Africa and
Portugal, due to the racist policies
.u those governments.
As soon as that topic had be?n
completed, R. J. Lall, of India,
chairman of the caucus, an-
nounced: "Now that our main
work is done, I propose that we
disperse for the duration of the
Conference and resume our con-
sultations, should these be need-
Continued on Page 6-A
'SPIRITUAL ANCESTRY' NOTED
Cardinal Cushing Acknowledges
Christianity's Debt to Judaism
SHATTERED 3Y UNEXPECTED SHOCK
Communists in West Disturbed
Over Red Anti Semitic Book
BOSTON(JTA)A call to Chris-
tians to remember that "'the spirit-
ual ancestry of Christians is Jew-
ish" an i that the Christians are
"the sons oi Abraham, Isaac and
Jacob" as are the Jews, was voiced
here by Richard Cardinal Cushing
in an Easter message.
"Lenten reflection," cardinal
Cushing declared, "makes us real-
ize again that Christ was born a
Jew. Mary and Joseph were Jews.
Christ worshipped in the syna-
gogue. His disciples were Jews,
lie said Jewish prayers. He ob-
served the .Jewish Holy Days, lie
revered the bonks sacred to the
Jews and to us. The Golden Ru'e
that Christ preached was taug :
in the temple The Lords Prayer'
that Christ gave his disciples is
almost identical with the sacred
Kaddish that begins; Extolled and
Hallowed be the name of Cud. May
His Kingdom come and His will be
done in all the earth.'
"Christians must r e m e m h e r
when Jews do not accept Christ
as the Promised One. they do not
reject the i eals that Jesus
pleached: humility, justice, mercy,
brotherhood, love. The spiritual
Continued on Page 3-A
NEW YORK(JTA)Communist
discipline in the West was shatter-
ed this week by continuing shock
over the publication-- in the Soviet
Union of the anti-Semitic "Judaism
Without Embellishment."
Communist parties and sections
in France. Britain, Italy, the Uni-
ted States and Sweden rebuked
the Soviet Union with varying de-
grees of indignation and demand-
ed action to halt distribution of
the book and to punish those re-
sponsible for its writing and dis-
tribution. The demands were with-
out precedent in Communist party
relations.
A highlight of the debate which
has wracked the parties "was an
exchange between Neue Presse,
the Yiddish-language paper of
the Jewish section of the French
Communist party, and Novosti,
the Soviet press agency, which
specializes in rebutting charges
of bias against the Soviet Union.
In an extraordinary action, Neue
Presse formally called on No-
vosti for an explanation of how
such a book could have been
published.
Novosti replied that T. Kitchko,
the author, perhaps had not car-
ried out his task "in the best way"
but that he had acted under the
Soviet constitutional guarantees of
the right to conduct anti-religious
propaganda.
Neue Presse flatly rejected the
reply, asserting that "the book
ought to be withdrawn immediate-
ly from circulation as harmful to
the L'SSH. that an investigation
ought to be made as to bow it was
possible that the book and its car-
toons could have appeared and
that proper measures ought to be
taken to see that such books should
not be permitted to appear in the
Soviet Union." The cartoons were
ol a type described in the West as
in the tra.ition of the worst pub-
lished in Der Stuermcr. by Julius'
Streicher, the most rabid of the
Nazi anti-Semites.
L'Humanitc, the official organ
of the French Communist party.
reprinted the original Neue Presse
denunciation of the book, and then
reprinted the Neue Presse rejec-
tion of the Novosti reply.
Such pro-Soviet organizations
in France as the Movement for
Peace and Against anti-Semitism
and the Organization France-
USSR also assailed the book. The
I eft-leaning "Liberation" de-
manded that those responsible
be punished "in accordance with
Soviet laws against the promo-
tion of racism."
The Italian Communist party
said, in commenting on the No-
vosti reply, that no excuses could
justily the book's "classic anti-
Semitic" cartoons and aske:l the
Soviet Government to "isolate" the
book under Soviet laws against
anti-Semitism.
The European Writers Union sent
Continued on Paqe 11-A
Archbishcp of Canterbury
A3sclvci Jews of Crucifix Son
LONDON l JTA I T h e Arch
I ishop of Canterbury declared this
week that it was wrong to try to
place the blame lor the crucifix
ion of Jesus on the Jews alone. The
Archbishop. M i c h a e I Ramsey.,
made the statement in a letter to
the London Diocesian Council for,
Jewish-Christian Understanding.
"The important fact is that the
crucifixion was the clash between
the love of Cod and the sintulness
(Mid selfishness of the whole hu-
man race.'' the Archbishop wrote.
"Those who crucified Christ are,
in the true mind of the Christian
Church, representatives ol the
whole human race and it is not for
anyone to point a finger of resent-
ment at those who brought Jesus
to his death but rather to see the
crucifixion as the divine judgment
upon all humanity tor choosing the
ways of sin rather than the love
ol God. We all must see ourselves
judged by the crucitixion."
Niemcller Says Protestants
Bear Guilt With Catholics
NEW YORK(JTA)Protestants
as well as Catholics were guilty
of an un-Christian silence during
the Nazi holocaust against the
Jews of Europe, a derman Prot-
estant pastor who spent seven
years in a concentration camp for
delving Hitler, said this week.
Sent to Front for Shunning Murder
BRUNSWICK, W. Germany
, JTA IA former SS Major told a|
court trying five other former SS \
officers OO charges of slaughtering i
5.200 Jews this week that he had |
been court-martialed for refusing;
to obey a wartime or;lcr to round
up Jews and shoot them.
Franz Klaus. 63. was a prosecu-
tion witness ;iuamst tlie five for-
mer officers of the Second Cavalry
Regiment of the SS. They were ac-
cused of complicity in the killing
ol the Jews in Pinsk in White Rus-
sia. The five defendants have con-
tended that refusal to obey orders
to kill the Jews in Pinsk would
have meant their own execution.
Klaus testified that he was re-
duced to the rank of private and
sentenced to five years in jail for
his refusal, The sentence was later
lommuted to permanent service In
front-line "suicide commando"
squads on the Russian front.
Former Gen. von Dem Bach-
Selewski, now serving a life sen-
tence for the murder of Jews and
partisans during the war, al>c
t-'tfi-d. H tM "I doubt if Ges-
tapo head Heinrich Himmler
Continued on Pa.ge 5-A
Rev. Martin Niemoeller. one of
six co-presidents of the World
Council of Churches, made the as-
sertion in an article in Christian-
It) and Crisis. the intellectual
journal of the Protestant move-
ment.
Discussing the controversy over
"The Deputy," the play which
accuses the late Pope Pius XII
of failing to speak out against
the Nazi genocide, Rev. Nieo-
moeller asserted that Protestant
churches had no right "to excuse
and to acquit themselves" of the
charge made by West German
playwright Rolf Hochhuth in his
play. Leading Catholics have call-
ed the play and its charge unfair
and slanderous.
Rev. Niemoeller declared that
all ol Christianity was guilty of
having "refused to follow its mas-
ter" in the European situation.


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Final days of Passover are brin- marked beginning with services Jh
Thursdaj evening, Apr. 2. and continuing Friday and Saturday, Apr. |SRAE'L ,s Euoiid v.
3 and 4. Services on Saturday will include the traditional Yizkor mem- ^"odc R..bb,' Dav.d Le.ut.eid.
orial for the departed. Special Passover services are a'.-.i scheduled cantor Abraham s
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLI.Y
TWOOO '331 S. 14 Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jafie.
MltsvaJi: Larry, rminy H a.m.
\ : ,1 1.. :-. I'l.iv. I .l.i I
.ii.I Mr*, l-.nli- "Thr l'.-i.m\.
TEMPLE BETH SH 4H. 7jon
.20 thSt. Recuwti uctionltt
Rabbi
UIIU. 1V ..._ v.^f-*...------- -i------------- I'.! i S-'l till > '
for Friday and Saturday evenings. Seme Liberal and Retorm con- {^
gregations mark only one concluding daj of Passover.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 780! Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
.. |0 |l.m. rel li ll '''> of
. ii In l ii.i. j SH .i H.
>-. i i tin : I-. m i 1 '.-..ill -.-
i .. Kvi....... -. i i. Sal 1.1 .><
f>:3n a.n > llkm l:3n .. m -> on
Tii. Kiiilngur l Camn
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AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 985 SW 6.th Ave. Ortncoox.
Cantor .traei Kerahner.
Thursday 8:36 |i.m. I rlcla> H a.m.
mi.i i; .'.ii ii.ni. t-aturrta} 9 a.m. ^ .'-
k..i M. in..rial Sirvlt-wi l":'.' K.in.
----
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. Raooi Abraham Sch-
wartz.
----
EETH DAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
ervative. Raboi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W L'Dion.
K ..:. > .. i .ii Saturday 9 a.m.
Ylikor Mt-imiri.tl Si iu:3u u.m.
p. rvlceu in 'hiiiiel 8:3u ii.m.
CANDLELIGHTING TIM
21 Nisan 6:19 p.m.
ii..
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vlrw ''" u.m [___
MIAMI BEACH ETZCHAIM.W
Wa'hinqfn ivo Orthodox. Rioni
abraham Strassfeld. .....
T1..H-.1. t I ',. \ !:
s. n '
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M.NYONAIRES CONGREGATION.,
3737 Bud Rd Modern Traditional.
OHEV SHALOM 9" Norma"?,yhdrr-
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeai Weber-
man.
SOUTHWEST "CENTER, 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. RabUi Zevi Green-
w.iin
Tliuis.i.o i. u.m. KrWay 9 "J^*,*1"
3ETH TFILAM. 935 Euchd ave. Or- "^i.^"*"*.!* "salunlaj a m
RacKovsky
Orthodox,
tary.
Ralph Krieger, aecre
tl.idox. Rabbi Joseph E.
3ETH TORAM IMtl. st. and NE IHtl
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schiti. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum
s. H ilny -: l.'i a in. YlKK.ir > rvlec
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in. .ii : "\Vi
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17tn av Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
'rh ;:-.l.i\ .'.:1*. I'.m. I- lda> *i:3il a.m. w -
Uermon: -.'n*lii|i Into Kieniom." b'nai Raphael. 1401 nw n>3rd St.
i in. Ifivi-nlng nervier. Satur- Conservative. Rbbi Harold Richter.
da> 8 10 i 111, Visitor 10 am. Sri- Cantor Joel L-rner.
i "nenipniiiBilnn our l'n*i." Thumdnv :I3 )i.m. Krldaj S:30 a.m.
BETH l8RAeL.71140th8t. Orthodox. *; "w
Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. -""'
da) 6:2 |>m. I-', i lay C| m
,, ,,,. Sermon: "K mint**, "'^" -
the V'in Ii i Ki ill lll|l i- n .-. : rda) .
: >. r .. I..... ..hi i
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
mias.
Ki liln.N p i'i Saluril:i) ^" :l !l ~'
111..11: "Kxuil i- I"-
TEMPLE ADaTh'vESHURI'N 10?'
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. canto.
Maurice Neu.
ThuiHday B::i0 |i r r*r >>: '
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10:36 .in Sermon: "The .,1 ]-.... ,i..(n Sn.....' v ;
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FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Thuriula) 8:13 r m. I riila) n
,.f Man." 13 p.m.
Kvfninii -'' Satu
Sermon: The -.."I of Man Vlzkm
ii in.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANL'-EL. '801
E. Andrews ave Reform. Rabbi
Rictwra m. Levitin.
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SRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Sliniary.hu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
BETH JACOB. 301-3M Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiuor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
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i ,s.. ii \*izkor Tt a.
V xk Th. KUthti nun aim n i:. in.in'
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EETH KODESH 1101 SW 1ith ave.
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The rr. Mr- Halprin attended the
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he meeting of the Executive of
Je Jewish Agency here.
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ternal tariff of 20 per cent. These
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members similar "most favored
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press conference she had found
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Cardinal Points to Debt
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Volume 37
Number 14
Friday. April 3. 1964
21 Nisan 5724
Religious Changes
In the Offing
The Christian world's cele-
bration of their Easter holiday has
traditionally meant a difficult
l:me for the Jewish people. In
enlightened" Europe, even up
: .rough the twentieth century, the
- oliday was often the inspiration
c: pogroms; at best, it led to ten-
ons.
The year 1964 suggests some
.teresting ideological changes in
the offing. They are, indeed,
r.iore than interesting; they are
jpeful.
In his sermon on Sunday,
"ope Pius VI called upon the
Catholic faithful to herald the
pawning of a new era in religious
.Jerance; it was a call reminis-
cent of the revolutionary view of
his predecessor, the late John
XXIII, who declared that there are
many ways to heaven and that
ell of them are not necessarily
:nose delineated by the path of
the church he headed.
In another sermon, in Great
Britain, the Archbishop of Canter-
bury, spiritual leader of the Angli-
can world, absolved the Jews of the guilt of
crucifixion, declaring it a fatal and tragic mis-
conception of a people long and unjustly ma-
ligned.
For his part, one of our own nation's im-
portant Catholic churchman. Cardinal Cushing,
cf Boston, deliberately emphasized the Jew-
ish roots of the Catholic faith. Obliquely tak-
ing to task the traditional doctrines of anti-
Semitism, the Cardinal suggested that the faith-
ful must regard these Jewish roots as funda-
mental to their religious thinking. In fact, there
ere, he declared, so many common ties be-
tween the two that the anti-Semite only maligns
both himself and his church when he trades
en the malice of bigotry.
Sunday was a time for many to ponder
'.he purpose and implications of the messages
cf such important Christian spiritual leaders.
Change never comes rapidly, and the rancor
cf anti-Semitism is sadly a profound part of
ihe ways of too many people. But change
seems inevitable when churchmen of such
s.gnificance speak in these terms. At least,
Uere is good reason today to hope.
they failed to find the matzoh ban as anti-
Semitic as the Nazi-like book revealed here
several weeks ago?
One Betrayal Among Many
The extra-Soviet Union Communist reac-
;.on to the anti-Semitic book published there
:s sad and comical at the same time.
On the one hand, the Communists abroad
v.ould be the first to deny that the book was
published at all if it did not touch them where
ii hurts most.
On the other. Communists or not, as Jews
:hey feel outraged.
We can only suggest they finally begin
10 realize that those who oppose Soviet Union
Communism and its allied ideologies are not
necessarily political neanderthal men. If the
r.nti-Semitic publication causes them to feel
betrayed, perhaps they should begin to under-
stand that this is only one betrayal among
many: that their Kremlin Utopia is after all
o dream world.
Most bothersome about the reaction this
week are these allied thoughts in retrospect:
If the Soviet publication of anti-Semitic material
.nakes them feel uncomfortable and even dis-
turbs them ideologically, why did they not
suffer similarly in the case of the on again
off again matzohs?
In sum. what are these Communists out-
i:de of the Soviet Umo:: really angry about if
Hadassah's JFK Tribute
The John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial
Building at Hadassah-Hebrew University Med-
ical School in Ein Karem is one of many tri-
butes that Israel has been establishing in hon-
or of our slain President.
It is another example of the profound re-
gard in which Mr. Kennedy was held there,
as well as by those identified with the Ameri-
can-based Jewish organizations dedicated to
various aspects of Israel's development today.
The Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
tribute luncheon on Apr. 6 is a case in point.
Coming to address the event will be Mrs.
Moses Epstein, a U.S. Zionist of international
standing and one of Hadassah's dynamic lead-
ers.
Mrs. Epstein's presence at the function
will illustrate well the attachment Hadassah
feels toward the Kennedy Memorial Building
and the late President himself. But beyond
the immediate inspiration of the tribute lunch-
eon lies Hadassah's traditional relationship to
Israel throughout the years and Hadassah's
stirring contributions to the reestablishment of
a Jewish national homeland in our time.

during
the week
as i serit
* ""'LJ Ten MiftiniiM er PerhaPs th,s B way it
DyLKUmiNULira has ^en like pulling teeth to
see
THERE ARE sorqe people
1 who always seem destined
to be misunderstood. Henry
Clay and Alexander JJarrultoo.
come to mind, ^nd n0\$\ id
Miami, there is Mrs. Charles
Magrill. the politically-orient
f in,.
Anniversary Celebrations
Greater Miami is getting ready to mark
the 16th anniversary of the State of Israel at
a variety of upcoming organizational events.
The Greater Miami Israel Bond campaign
and districts of the Zionist Organization of
America have already announced stellar pro-
grams which will, in addition to celebrating
the anniversary occasion, also pay tribute to
leading citizens in our community who have
substantially contributed to the establishment
and development of the young Middle East
republic.
Here for the Israel Bond tribute will be
Sen. Ernest Gruening, of Alaska. The ZOA
has scheduled Sen. Albert Gore for its func-
tion.
Thus, the community will be treated not
only to a series of 16th anniversary celebra-
tions, but to the appearance here of distin-
guished American legislators who have long
made their mark on our own nation's affairs.
find out just where she stands.
Mrs. Magrill would want us
to believe she is among the Clays and Hamiltons. The Mar. 17
news of the day identified her as official spokesman for the John
Birch Society in the Greater Miami area. As such, she may be in
the class of Hamilton, but certainly not of Clay. And here is where
the difficulty lies with the ideologically elusive Mrs. Magrill: that
she finds herself simultaneously riding the backs of two vigorous
horses going in opposite directions.
Mrs. Magrill first came to public attention as advisor to the
Miami Junior Woman's Club. On December 1. 1962. Nathan Perl
mutter, executive director of the Anti-Defamation League here
charged that the club supported the testimony of the Liberty Lobby
before the Senate Finance Committtee. Perlmutter listed the club
among several in Dade County that had gone on record in endorse
ment of testimony before the Senate Committee in which oblique
reference was made to Jews as political planners for absolute rule
via One World Government.''
Testifying was Curtis Dall. chairman of policy for the Libern
Lobby, an extreme right wing organization based in Washington,
D.C.. who characterized a proposed Kennedy Administration project
as "actually aimed to enrich a few and to create turmoil and un
employment in many of our key Industries the real heart oi
this international cabal shows its hand: namely, the political Zion
ist planners ."
PROTRACTED ONESIDED correspondence followed between' the
ADL and the Miami Junior Woman's Club. ADL letters seek.
ing clarification were also sent to principal officers of the Miam
Woman's Club, its senior sponsoring organization, with the same re
suit: silence. No one. it seemed, cared to explain the support o'
Dall's testimony. But if the Juniors uere quiet in this respect, the)
showed no hesitancj In another. "A Message from the Juniors'
was the title of a li-t of recommended reading and radio-listening
compiled by the club and posted al the Holmer Drug Co.. on Bis
cayne Blvd.
The recommendations constitute a Blue Bi>ok on bigots and
hate-mongers dedicated to "saving" the nation from Communism
On the radio: the Christian Crusade, headed ny Rev. Billy James
Hargis. whose protracted anti-Semitic associations and background
are well-documented: 20th Century Reformation, sponsored by Rc\
Carl Mclntire. a defrocked Presbyterian minister and open associaU
of Hargis. who played a key role in the anti-Catholic activity prior
to the 1960 Presidential campaign: the Anti-Communism School ol
the Air. broadcast by N'orb Gariety. a staunch supporter of Ken
neth Goff. at one time associated with the notorious hater of Jews.
Gerald L. K. Smith.
Recommended reading fare included -Citizen Speaks." "The
American View." -Economic Council Letter" and the "Dan Smoot
Report." Each of these has an august history of its own in prejudice
and extremism: all have been documented in this column in the
past. They are published by such staunch Americans as N. J. Car
den. of Key Biscayne. who in his "Citizen Speaks" has referred to
"the money changers (who) had better wake up because the money
spenders are beginning to" and "Those who will not tolerate Christ
mas in OUR schools should not profit by Christmas in THEIR
stores."
A LSO INCLUDED WERE Merwin K. Hart, who until his death in
** December. 1962. was an anti-Semite of elite standing, and Dan
Smcot. whom WLOF-TV. the ABC affiliate in Orlando. Fla.. editor
tally characterized as "a typical extremist." A fraudulent and
selfannointcd "Harvard professor." Smoot has viewed the nations
greatest Communist dangers, according to WLOF. as "Justice Earl
Warren, the Kennedy Administration, the United Nations, Mrs. Roose
velt. Ed IfurrOW, Walter Reuther. Justice Arthur Goldberg, the in-
come tax and even fluoridation of water"
Perlmutter made his charges against the Miami Junior Woman's
Club in December. 1962. Promptly, in April of the following year
Mrs. Magrill. in her capacity as advisor, responded, assuring him
while storming the ramparts of originality, that "some of our be-'
friends are Jewish." To set the full seal of approval upon her views
Mrs Magrill announced that she and her husband "own Israel Bom'
No. 512500MA purchased in 1951."
But Mrs. John C. Walker, then president of the Miami junioi
Woman s Club, never responded: neither did Mrs. Frank Insho. pres
Idenl of the seniors. On Apr. 19. following her breach of silence
came an interesting variation on the theme: Mrs. Magrill publicly
confirmed that she had been in correspondence with Curtis Dal
concerning his testimonj before the Senate Finance Committee, but
that she had authorized him to speak onlv for her personallv and nol
tor the Miami Junior Woman's Club. "1 didn't give him anv pel
mission, she declared, "to sa> anything of an anti-Semitic nature
Perhaps Mrs Magrill also reminded him of Bond No. 512500MA.
yHE HEAT BECAME unbearable Maybe some of the club's besl
Jewish friends had something to do with it In anv case, on
May ,13 Mrs. John C. Walker, in her capacity as president ot the
-Miami Woman's Club, wrote to Sen. Spessard'l. Holland. "I wish
to state, she said, "that this club is not now and never has been
anti-Semitic. Mr. Dall has never been given authority to express
the views of our club Our club has requested me "to seek your
assistance in having our name expunged from this record or in
causing some statement to be entered in the lecord to the affect
that our club is not anti-Semitic ."
Like Clay and Hamilton. Mrs Magrill was crushed but undaunt-
ed. On May 23. in a letter to Perlmutter. her principal adversary
sue declared: \ l am .,n,| novor navt, bpen anU.Scmtic. (Can
you say the same in regard to your attitude toward Christians?f
And then, to set the horses of her twin political voyage into even
more critically opposing directions, she asked "Surely your
Stand against some Christians doesn't mean that all Jews who know
>ou are anti Christiandoes it?"
I am not so much concerned about Mrs. Ma grill's lurking fear
[? """Chnstian attitudes among Jews as I am about the fad
nai a Message from the Juniors." once hanging at Holmers Dri^
l1n ^Plained; although judging by the time
nt L Vs mp,h" sentor, perhaps there is still hope we may hear. And now comes
V,"' ,numPh: her role as spokesman for the John
Birch Society Miami. But they, of course, are absolu.ely not
anti-Semitic, the B.rchites keep protesting


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Friday, April 3, 1964
Metro Anti-Bias Provision Passed Here
Makes Dade Unique South ot Baltimore
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The anti-bias provision passed
by the Metro Commission makes!
Greater Miami the only commu-
nity south of Baltimore to have i
passed such a law.
i The commission parsed the pro-.
vision into law on Mar. 24. follow
njR its approval by Metro's Com-'
munity Relations Board.
Sam A. Goldstein, chairman of
the Bxeeutivc Committee of the!
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai i
B'rith. said Wednesday that 'the
new anti-bias law unanimously:
passed by the commission is clear'
evidence that Dade does not in-!
tend to drag its feet in assuring i
equal opportunity to all."
The resolution provides that
the Metro Commission adopt a
policy prohibiting employment
discrimination by county con-
tractors and further prohibiting
ny form of discriminatory ac-
tion on county lands either
leased o r operated by the
county.
"We had a particular interest
In this resolution," said Goldstein,
"inasmuch as it was conceived by
the ADL and presented by the ag-
ency to the Community Relations :
Board.
According to Goldstein, "the j
anti-bias law was originally pre-:
seated by Paul Seiderman to the
Executive Committee of the ADL." |
Seiderman is a former chairman
of the Florida Board of the Anti-
Defamation League.
The Seiderman resolution was
passed by the Executive Commit
tee following its recommendation
by Burnett Roth. Florida Regional
Board chairman. It was then hand-
ed to Metro for action.
Former Nazi Was Sent to Front
For Refusing to Murder Jews
Continued from Page l-A
would ever have put up for
court-martial an officer who re-
fused to obey such orders." He
said this was so because such ac-
tion would have made public
knowledge of the fact that such
orders were being issued. He
added that "maybe Major Klaus
did not realize he was risking his
life."
The Germans are reacting with
apathy to the repeated descrip-
tions of "the most staggering bru-
talities" emerging from testimony
i\ current West German trials of
N'.V.-i war criminals, the Manches-
ter Guardian reported from Bonn.
The Guardian correspondent re-
ported that very few Germans he
,,iii questioned on one occasion
ad read beyond the headlines of
>2 column inch story of testi
ii nj ;ii the mass murder trial in
Frankfurt of 22 former Auschwitz
p personnel. The story de-
scribed eye-witness testimonj ol
" fearing a) the bodies of wom-
iidkiIcs- m Auschwitz,
At the 12,000-student Universi-
iy of Bonn, the subject of the
rials- comes up frequently in
private conversations but it has
. not been discussed recently in
public forums, he reported, "and
most students..do not read de-
tails of newspaper reports on
the trials."
lie added that he had found that
many Germans were taking a le- |
galistic view that such trials were |
now inadvisable because courts
should not convict on testimony
taken 20 years or more after the i
events.
Others, he reported, think that I
the investigations have taken such
a long time because former Nazi
party members have been cover-
ing up for one another.
David Pinski
Marks Passover
David Pinski Folk School will
have its annual Passover celebra-
tion on Saturday at the Farba/ld
Center. 842 Washington Ave.. at
8 p.m.
Program will 'include Chayele
Grober, of the Habima; Philip
Nashkin, humorous narration's:
and Ben Vomen. music director ol
Temple Emanu-El, In community
.singing.
Refreshments will be served.
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fage 6-A
* Jtn i *t Itcridtor
Friday. April 2 1964
Gordon Seeks Reelection to School Board
of
Incumbent Jack P Gordon ha*
qualified for reelection lo his
Group 2 seat on the Dade Count)
Boat d ol Public Insti edg
. 10 continue his *iv
program for education with cm-
-> on moi e e
v -:..... Gor-
c ho was elected to .
II! -<'-'
the
lion i) -
know edg abh ynii
tii> w i greatest nti ibul n to
the idea of ;. .-... i... ation "
Four Vflrs a<>0 our school
system despite a tremendous
population growth vsa> beirj
b> -passed by developments m
the educational field he said.
Teda* the Board of Public In-
struction has presided the lead-
ership necessary to bring our
-.'cols to a new high level of
educational achievement.
- li -
- 'i
JACK D. GORDON
' ann F Ki nr
gram
He is president ol Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation of Miami Beach and chair-
man of the Executive Committee
ol Jeff son National Bank ol Mi
leach He has participated in
r s and in projects to encourage
thru: and home ownership ui
countries ol Latin America and
Africa
In his statement, Gordon point
mj leadership in modern
. ... smess methods ol the
. system Competitive bid-
ding in such areas as insurance
and milk and bread for scho I
cafeterias i I) saved over
one hall million dollars," he said
My insistent
thai the '.-oar,; be directlj involved
in the negotiations with 'he Fed-
eral Government, which deter
mint i the amount we receive for
eating ( >an refugees, and my
personal efforts in the negotions.
have resulted r in Hade Coun-
tj receiving over :'- million dol-
. re than we would have r
simply accepted
t h c recommendations
gchool administrators"
Gor Ion has established
tbe.paign headquarters at fe Sea-
hoard Life Medical Building, 1451
earn No. Bay.-hnre Dr.. Miami.
Arabs Walk Out on Conference
Cont in eo from Page 1 A
ed on the same basis as at the
. -ec Nations in New York
king th<
I the situal
\.-: n Ni \
\- ... nsistentlj kepi
[ 1 grot pwas
clei presem \ n
, \ -. ed by Ni
atel) voiced sharp
I icsts gainst tk
When pon i
Iked id Three
m ln-
... Pakistan and Mauritania
seats though
ays -
ie Arab anti Is '
I Xai -
Vrahs I
Is i...... Afi \-
:-. tas a< e foi
the first 1.....- storyIs
. v st< r ol ce and
nhi Sapir .. iinched a
rounter-str it Mr Sapir. who
: v ad here to act as chi
oi Israel's delegation to the US-
nation Conference, met TUeadaj
' ... number of top Cabinet mom-
various African and
taian state- inviting many ot
them to visit Israel His invita-
ns have been accepted, thus
i-rank ng M si -
rm \ -. i |> rj C >ast, Tan
Mr Sapir is schi
nary session ol the Confer-
g before the more
1.000 delegates his Govern-
ment's interest in the use ol global
trade tor aid to underdeveloped
lands He will staj on as chair-
man ol Israel's delegation until
next week, when that top post will
be taken over b> David Horowitz
Governor of the Bank of Israel.
The Conference is scheduled to
last three months.
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*'Jmisti ncrldfian
Page 7-A
ween th'em, have c^er^d0'over[EmClilU-EI LodiCS 111 Spring Tea
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-JSI tee chairmen on projects of the
past year.

Noting ouistanding successes in their divisions at tne Com-
bined Jewish Appeal report meetinq at the Dupont Plaza are
three leading business representatives taking part in the 1964
Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Left to right are San-
ford Sprintz, of Jordan Marsh, staff assistant to the vice presi-
dent of Allied Stores; William S. Ruben, vice president of
Jordcr. Marsh and Mercantile co-chairman; and Ronald Pal-
lot, of Norton Tire, chairman of the Transporta';on Group, who
reported on behalf of the Manufacturing and Transport Di-
vision.
1964 Combined Jewish Appeal Sails Over
Million Mark With New Pledges Scored
goal of SI,386,500, $100,000 more
than we raised in 1963."
The :964 Combined Jewish Ap
peal has surpassed the million
dollar mark, with Sl.007.595 in
pledgi scored as of Mar. 26.
Hi. ring Lehrman, CJA cam
paign chairman, said that "to
dale the enthusiasm and partici-
pation of our chairmen, our kej
leader- and our workers in the
Trade- Resident-, Women's and
other important divisions, have led
u- lo ::.e. point where we are run-
ning : veral weeks ahead of last
year's campaign."
He told a campaign meeting
this wek at the Dupont Plaza:
"I am proud to have a winning
team behind me in our efforts
to meet, and even surpass our
Participating in the meeting
were co-chairmen of Traces and
Professions, Marshall s Harris
and Leon Kaplan; Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Executive Di-
rector Arthur S. Rosichan; and
Sam Blank, chairman of Trustees.
Special recognition was given
to Morris Minov and Sam Nor
kueen, oi Morton Towers, "for the
outstanding support they have re-
ceived from their fellow residents
in response to their efforts on
behalf of the CJA campaign."
Also cited were three South
Beach residents, Kalph Apple.
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. will hold it- spring tea mi Wed
Rosichan pointed out that ot n(s.av. Apr. 15, at l p.m.. at
,000 pledges received thus far in ,lu. Fontainebleau Hotel,
he campaign, 25 percent repre-
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li.) have never participated pre-
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Spring ll.it Show, courtesy ot
Jordan .March, will lie presented.
Mi Alexander Ko| i Sister-
hood president,
"It is important that we
recognize these new supporters
of CJA, and also that we not
forget the large number of
pledges obtained in previous
years that have not as yet been
secured for the 1963 drive. It
is precisely these missing
pledges that will help us to
make the final phase of our cam-
paign add up to the success."
Amon those reporting at the
meeting of their division were
Joseph Cohen and Joseph Dallett,
for the Food and Hotel Division;
William S. Ruben, Mercantile Di-
vision; Harry Mizrach, Apparel
Group; Max Temchin, Metals;
Robert Levin. Chemicals; Ronald
f'allot, Manufacturing and Trans-
portation; Sam Goldman. Drugs;
and Edward Cohen. Communal
Services Division.
Marshall Harris reported for the
Professional Divisions and George
Talianoff. chairman, reported for
the Lawyers Division.
A report on the success of the
Residents Drive, which has thus
far raised 8227,000, was delivered
by Leon J. Ell. and Judge Milton
A. Friedman, chairman of Gen-
eral Solicitation, also presented
his division's report.
B'nai Raphael Carnival
Children's games, from 2 to 7
p.m.. and a spaghetti dinner serv-
ed from 4 to 7 p.m.. will be fea-
tures of the Congregation B'nai
Raphael carnival on Sunday af-
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*Jmtafl fttrkUar
Friday. April 3. 1964
Sen. Gruening to Address Israel Bond Celebration
Interest mounted steadily this
v 'ok m the community-wide eele-
.ii.mi ol Israel's lKth anniver-
-. ry dinner Apr 19 m the Von-
I. incbleau Hotel .u which Mr and
rs Sam Blank "ill receive the
; uhl> coveted Israel Medallion ot
Honor, with announcement that
I nited States Sen Ernest Gruen
Vlaska. will speak al the
. .. :.,tion
Also announced by Leonard
osen, chairman, and Samuel
criedlai'd and Jack A. Cantor,
'ertorary ch.inmen. were mem-
-.er* of the Committee of Hosts
cr the dinner. Mr. and Mrs.
tar! Wrinkle lifetime friends
.f the Blanks h.ie been desig-
ated as chairmen of the Com-
littee of Hosts assisted by Jack
.- Popick, chairman of the Board
:f Governors of the sponsoring
Gr*at*r Miami Committee for
! :.:te of Israel Bonds: Mrs. An-
a Brenner Meyers, chairman
:f the Women s Division; and
Maurice Reviti chairman of
Trustees of Israel.
stees >". Is
i w h ig thi
io:!-. anni\.".
>. ry of lsra< s stateh d,
-. \ tdams.
- XI \ nej P Ansin,
\ < \. William Born-
rcow skj. Jacob
rl Epstein,
Fi ski \ i.' Fine, Abram
\ B e n Frankenstein, S a m
'.'... Gache. David i".,>,h1
Is n Hechl Samuel Kip
s, Ja> 1 K;>!ak Joseph Laurans.
Visor to the V. S. delegation to the
Seventh Inter-American Confer-
ence at Montevideo when- the
"Good Neighbor", policy Mir Latin
America was evolved.
Gruening was appointed Gover-
nor of Alaska in 1939 by President
Roosevelt, and held the post until
1953. by wnicn time Alaska's
march towards statehood was well
established.
Metropolitan Opera star Jan Peerce (left1 looks on as Mrs.
CV.:! V.enkle s'qr.s Is:ael Book of Honor to be presented to
At! and Mrs. Sam Blank on Apr. 19 at Israel's 16th anniver-
sary dinnei al Ihe Fontainebleau Hotel W etching are Carl
\V-.: -. V:. o::ri Mis. Sa::i Blank. The Weinkles are
chairmen of '.he Committee of Hosts fox the function, at which
the Blanks w U receive the coveted State of Israel Medallion
ot Honor. Peerce was quest of the Weinkles at a rece;.
foi the committee al the Imperial House.
I ..'" Ji seph M Lipton,
ressii i Itl Sam t. Lubj. \ -1
Molask). Emil M rti Nathan
\. Ben Novaek, Max Ortn itz,
Rifkin. Philip
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He was
elected to the United
States Senate in 195* upon the
attainment of statehood, winning
a four-year term, and in 1962 won
overwhelming reelection for a
six-year term on the basis of his
leadership in the 86th and 87th
Congresses.
An overflew attendance of nearly
200 leaders ol the South Flond.i
Jewish community this ween
launched preparations for the lt>t!-
anniversary dinner at a reception
hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Weinkle
al Imperial House, with Metro
i i litan Opera Star Jan Peeu
making a moving, impromptu
speech.
;;. senbei Sam il Rost, Raj
id Rubin, Louis B Rudnick.
Dan B. Ruskin, Samuel T Sal .
Herman M Schwartz. Seym
Silverman, Philip E Simon. Harrj
Sirkin. Max Weitz and the com-
mittee chairmen
s. n Gi m ning has been in go\
ernment service tor more than
three decades Formerly mai ag
in;: editor oi such papers as the
Boston Traveler. Boston Journal
and New York Tribune, he achiev-
ed national fame as editor ol The
Nation during the post-World War
1 days, when it was a model "t
modern journalism.
His career of public service be-
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Torah Dedication
At Zamora
Slated Apr. 26
Dedication of a new Sefar Tor-
ah, to be presented to Tempi.' Za-
mora by Mr. and Mrs. Harry liar
ris in honor of their 50th wedding
anniversary, will be held on Sun-
tUj Apr. 26, at 3 p m.
Participating in the ceremonj
will be Dr. Irving Lehman of
Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Solomon
Schiff. president of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Asset iation.
Cantor William Lipson. r: Beth
David. an.i Rabbi Hershel Bri
and Cantor Ben Diekson. ol Z.i
mora
Serving on the dedication com-
mittee are Joseph Ostrie, chair-
man. Lester Shapiro. Board of
Education chairman, and Leon
Honig.
Tie Torah will be adorned with
specialty-designed crowns oi silver
ana golden bells, easle and cr
a. honor of the donor's -
aiv< rserj
Approximately tW year-
Tor ah wa> bidden throughout Uh
Nazi reign, and brought to the
Vmted States following \\
War II
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+Jwlst> nrrHlur
By: EDWARD COHEN
Page 9-A
Political Enthusiast Feels More Jews
t\ Should be Identified as Conservative
fl Olll the .kju**..,.._________________
Out of t h (
Haggadah, says
Arthur Bloom,
has come the
inspiration for
the new organi-
zation be iuacls. "The Pass-
ovei tessa : of freedom from
oppn -ion has relevance for to-
claj m the view of the 38-year
old hi ir stylist, first president
an.I co-founder of the Jewish
Polii ..l Conservatives, which
labelf itsell a "non-partisan poli-
tical action group."
It >'. s at the Seder in Ihe home
"i ii trance man Bernard Lan
'^::iz:iZ';ix^n t^'zzzz^**"B,oom'-**.
Hous edition of the Haggadah
strucl a responsive chord.
e Seder'." quotes Bloom,
"which keeps alive in us the
love liberty, has .. significance
al.-o r all mankind. Freedom,
whi i- o of man's most
PIC, ,. giftS| U|S| ,., Dg ,,(;,,,,
i'"' -' mted. In every age it must
!" i anew .' and so forth
We have made copies available
to ( ryone who wants to know
our ackground "
Root of Tyranny
Elliot and daughter Jodi.
self to the conservative
m< m just to discredit it.
move
I
-
!
Concern wJ'fi Socialism
What we're more concerned
with i- Socialism Communism
and Socialism are twin brothers.
I 'it si cialists arc more respect-
able. .Most people are uninform-
ed about tins, or apathetic, as
you can lell when only about 2.">
percent voted on these Metro
amendments."
A hard core ol some Go like-
mil ded Jewish consen atn.
meet regularly ai the South
Miami Federal Savings and
Loan. but Bloom doe- net believe
in just confining his anti-Com-
munist Socialist-menace message
to meetings ol his group. He
has appeare I on the Allen Court
nej program on WQAM, before
Temple Or olom and the Men's
Club of the Southwest Jewish
('enter
"It's a question of morals and
economics, and how much most
of us arc annoyed with govern-
ment infringement on business.
Most people don't have any'iilea
how this new Civil Rights Bill
will take away their freedom.'
Ai lews, Bloom feels. "We
shouli be more aware than any
that tyranny comes from the
stat< Today's liberal- believe
thai le government can do bet-
ter : ,in the people themselves;
we ( mservatives know better
thai that."
Why the "Jewish" prefix to
the fie? -The Jewish organiza-
tion! :hat issue pronouncements
alwi.fi seem to be on the liberal
side Well, they don't represent
my thinking or that of many
people 1 know. There has to be
a JewJsb voice of opposition and
dis-vtft.. I think the Christian
corr.isunity should know all Jews
are &pL ltberik.
"OMlj'go to an anti-Commun-
ist Stture. Where are the
Jewsf-Vs-Don't they know that -. **
Comimfcsm is the enemy ol all N6W UOnOTS Will
relintotrS? I can't understand
why ^hey are not so strongly The names of 52 new donors to
against Communism. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will
"Wfeefl I attended the Chris 1,(> inscribed on the "Tree of Life."
tian: Anti-Communist Crusade, I was announced this week by
cou.:Jei-l the warmth and good President Harry L. Lewis
fellovSrfUp. They would go out The hand-carveo mcinorial, en-
ol '&eir way to tell me how cased in a weather-proof glass en-
ple;;i(ed they were that a Jew closure, is mounted in the drive-
was tH*rc. Fred Schwarz is way of the hospital entrance,
cva-gelical. but he's not anti-' The gol.-leaf illuminated manu
Semitic. scripts of the artist are on display
": 'HtBnk some of our organi- in the Vatican Museum,
/atioos are careless with labels Contributors whose names will
like 'xiiat. I heard a speaker be engraved upon aluminum plates '
trot .'Qie Anti-Defamation League set into the roots at the base of
call 'Rev. Billy Hargis anti- the ten fcot Cedars tree are:
Semitic. I've rea.l a lot of his """'."" \\.V '\' ..M"r,l,:' ;'"i' s in ;
matenal and 1 haven t found jin., m.hrrci :. Atttw. ir. mm m-.
anything like that. Anvhow. I '*"" Arroyo Jr., in. and Mm. M. P.
h...,. -_. i_ i j i. i A*lnndr, ltnl>y r FUrinulii Service,
na\t never belonged where I r>r. and Mm. Hnwy K, hull. r. Mr.
love, everybody; sometimes a and Mm Ai> lu.rkov.lti and Mr. and
guy ke Rockwell attaches him- MAtao^Mr' a^l Mm.*"Harold B*rkn- I
Bl om feels, "and I try to edu-
cate them i" their collective m
terest in freedom."
From Maimonides, the JPC
gets it- "answer to 'Pockets ol
Povertj' a n d I h e 'Welfare
Mate,' according to Bloom. The
Mc.it scholar's eight degrees or
steps in the duty ol charity"
have been reprinted, with the
eighth underlined for" emphasis:
"to anticipate charit; by pre
venting poverty; namely, to
assist either by a considerable
silt or a loan of money, or by
teaching him a trade, or by put
ting him in the v ay ol business
so thai he mi > earn an honest
livelihood; and not be forced
lo the dre dful alternative of
i olding out his hand for char-
it> ."
Born in New ark. V.I w lore
he lived until 11' years ago, and
the father of two children.
Bloom Is candid about having
had "few Strong views" not too
many year- ago.
Voted for Kennedy
"I voted lor Kennedy in i960'
mostly because I was told Nixon
was anti-Semitic because he liv-
['
Grace Cedars List
wl'a, Philip IWkuwlm, It and Mrs
\'.' ihi hi K .IkiT lturdlni>'H, IH and
Mr--. Meredith I ..ki;.i..-II. Or. and
Mm. Edward '' I'nvii, lr. anil Mrs. .
l>.-\Vitt l>aiichrt>: l>r. Morton l.l-.n-
-I. in. I", and M Mario rVrnnw'e*.
Mr and Mm f r u. i m< r, I r Mian '
h'ct-ldtiH, Mr I i Mm Bmtl KrIn-
lander, Mi i ilm. .lake IC. Kivur.
I'r. anil M Morton K. nets. I'r.
and Mi -. A thrr i Qllhert, Harry
i ill tp|ii, ,Mln 11 i Ireenherger and
H ,ii., >;. Wolf.
Ami MoiTl* in.l S;i;i'i mti-kman, .
Cordon I'un. r..l Home, Mr. anil Mrs.
hui k Hal ; and Mm. U-onard
I ralmey Hli all Rai-e C'oume, i 'art
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Mm. William !'. MaolK.nnld Jr., Mr
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and .l.i..ii.,- .- Mi rlln, Mr. and Mrs
Ituron de Hii'M-h Mi-yi-r, Miami flench
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*JmtMl>fkrW.
Friday. April 3, 1964
We Must Give Our Children Outlets for Energy
By DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Temple fcmanu-EI
This beautiful festival of Pass-
ryer, which we ace now conclude
ig, i> in'-i characterized by its
mphasis upon our chil ren. Be-
inning with the Four Questions
t the Seder table, the signili-
ance oi all the pageantry is to
ring to the attention ol our
oung people the thrilling expe-
iences ol our glorious historj
nd the joy and fulfillment ol
ewish living. And this is as it
Mould be, for whal is the great-
>t assel we have as a people
nd as a nation it not our chil-
ren? Isn't this why Moses hurled
tie challenge to Pharoah, with
ur young and with our old we
hall go forth Iron) Egypt?" I
on't v.iini in succumb to the
endencj oi those who decry the
oungcr generation. I believe
hat our young people today are
otter fed, belter clothed, phys-
.ally more lit and mentally
lore alert than they ever were.
What. then, is it that is re-
ponsible for a phenomenon
uch as "Beatlemania" as man!-
ested by their reaction to the
ecenl invasion ol our commu-
iiy by the Beatles? According
0 many. thi< mas- ecstasy IS
DR. IRVING liHRMAN
filling the void
nn escapeou! sons and daugh-
ters are escaping the anxieties
the tensions and the fury oi this
mad. mad. mad. mad world.
There are others who feel that
the Beatle craze i- a natural re-
bellion for. in general, young
people do tend to revoM as pan
of the process of grow ins up and
m a t ii r i n g "Beatlemania" is.
therefore, an expression of their
I independence And
this revolt manifests itself nol
, H-. but against
i -pells order, tra
ition and conformity. There
i be one more explanation
children enjoy a carnival and a
circus, and the Beatles are cer-
tainly both.
W'hatevei the reasons for the
mass demonstrations we wit-
nessed, such exhibitions are es-
pecially sad because so much
energj is misdirected, misguid-
ed, wasted. This is what should
concern us. This is the challenge
that we all lace whether we be
parents, educators, or members
ol the clergythe great and
pressing challenge of channeling
the energies and drives of our
young people and giving meaning
and richness to their lives.
What our children need is con-
tent. True. "Beatlemania" is in-
nocuous, but that which is innoc
Contrary to the belief of the
French philosopher, Rousseau
who. in his "Emile*' said that a
child i- spoiled by society and
develops fully only when It H to
himself, we .lew- believe iii the
strong hand of parent-in edu-
cation, in guidance.
Our tradition insists thai only
through learning, training, and
, iscipline can a child untold
fully as a human being. Thi> is
why we have Commandment s
and Mit/vos: this i- why we have
the Sabbath, dietary laws, and
ritual; this is why we have an
endless chain of tradition.
It is vital for us to involve allf
our children in programs of civic
responsibility and community
service. Can't we make ideals as
exciting as the Beatles? One of
the greal challenges that religion
faces toda) is just thisthe prob-
lem of bringing its messagi i l i
the hearts of our young people.
to give content to their lives, to
develop within them a regard and
respect for parents, for teachers.
for countryyes. for Judaism,
if we will it. we can answer
that challenge by setting into
motion a pro-ram of moral and
spiritual fitnessgiving them the
soul power with which to lace the
world about them.
Symposium Held On Neighborhood
Greater Miami Chapter of the I rban Renewal Agency; Dr.
American Jewish Committee, De- George Simpson, vice president,
partment of Christian Social Con- NAACP: Charles Finkelstein. Ad-
eems of the Greater Miami Conn- \isory Board. AJC; the Rev. John
, cil of Churches, and the Miami, K. Kiernan. pastor. Holy Redeem-
nocuous, but that which is innoc- tnapter \AACP. co-sponsored a er Catholic Church; moderator,
nous today may not always be s. 0ium' -changing Neighbor William Miller. Executive Com
so. Permitting a void in the *. Monday evening. | mittee. Department of Christian
hearts and lives of our young
may invite anything to enter
J Social Concerns, Council o5
Held in the Assembly Boom ot chur(h(,s
Today it's the Beatles; in Ger the Dupont Plaza Hotel, partici-
many it was the storm troopers, pant- included Dr. John Brown. Meeting was chaired by Mrs
Who knows what it may be to projects chairman. Congress on Milton Margulis member ol ih.
morrow' \ void never remains Racial Equality; Edwin Tucker. Executive Board. Greater Miami
empty executive director, Dado County chapter, AJCommittee.
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This will be the 17th season for
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ue Ridge Mountains of North
rolin.i. near Hendersonville.
ieared to the need- oi girls and
>s from to IV, the all-over pro-
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. ograms for different age groups,
In addition to all the usual camp
g activities, the 500-acre private
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' irseback-riding, trips to Blue
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Founder-directors are Harry G.
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V ill be featured this year al Sky
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imper to achieve greater per-
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Horsemanship and water-skiing

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Under Mrs Klausman's direc-
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In addition to the riding pro
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skiing and boating on the two
large 40-acre lakes, arts and craft-.
dramatics, ceramics, gem-cutting
and all land -port-.
Directing the camp will he Ira
and Donua Steinmetz and Sid and
Marilyn Greenspan, who will be
solely responsible for the program
and the supervision of the staff.
Registration is now underway for
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Further information may be oh
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Marking its tenih anniversary
under the same ownership and di-
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I offering a new camp policj for
1964. In addition to the regular
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Enrollment l. limited to 2(H) hoys
and girls from 5 to 17, There is
a separate teen age program and
a counselor-in training course at
the camp.
Onlv three miles from llcnder
Camp Judaea
sonville and easily accessible by
automobile, railroad and air. Camp
Pinewood is situated on gently
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sea level.
Camp Judaea Will begin it^ tenth
season this summer, the third at
Us site located six miles east of
Hendersonville, N.C., in the heart
ol the Blue Bulge Mountain.-, over
j2,000 feel above sea level Camp
Judaea is a non-profit camp spon-
sored by Florida. Southeastern,
and Southern Hadassab and the
Southeastern Region of the Zionist
Organization of America, through
the Southern Zionist Youth Com-
mission.
Embodiment cf Young Judaea
youth movement of Hadassah and
Zionist Organization of America,
the camp program is designed to
translate into a day-by-day living
pattern those values which com
prise the Young Judaean program
on a year-round basis.
Nol only will campers of lamp
Judaea live a creative Jewish life,
but they will develop talents in
many areas of camping. These in-
clude swimming, canoeing, r
archery, land sports, campcrafl
arts and crafts, dramatics, and
field trips to tourist attractions in
western Norln Carolina.
The brother movement of N
Judaea is the Tsolim (Seoul- of
Israel), Representatives ol 'he
Tsolim in the Southeast an a i
-J&^0&!hg
IVM
Aviram leader, will play an active
role in the program ol ( an.| Ju-
daea.
Camp Judaea s staff of mature
counselors and specialists, college
men and women, educators and
group worker-, are chosen I"
Continued on Page 11-A
Activities, under the
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dancing, photography
hikes
Local offices are" at
St. I).rectors are I)
Donald I). Michaelson
Mrs. Eli Meltzer.
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.Friday, April 3, 1964
vJfefpJiti n^rSctian
fjinvt Vaster 2^, 07,fe UJcLnJ
Page 11-A
Continued from Page 2-A
tienai. Rabbi Eugeno Labovitz
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
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JTiT,,.."' "^'O1--". Rabbi Monica
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavskv. Cantor
Ernest Sterner.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chat*
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh.
Cantor David Conviser.
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TEMPLE MENOrVT
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8766 SW 16th St. Miami. rlalib TEMPLE TIFERETH JfOB '-
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12in3 NE 15th ave. R-lorm Pah
Jl Oaniel M.. Lowy. Cantor Chet
Gale.
Communists in West Disturbed by Book
'EMPLE EM'NU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvinj
Lehrmai' Cantor Hirsh Adler.
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llnr Mltxviih Mii'hai-I, s.,n ,.i Mi
.iii,i Ml .-' initn I iilli K\. nlnii
Op.tll : TEMPLE ISRAEL. 37 NE 19th St
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
K ,. II a.m. I' I i. -
h:|5 |i I '. Ilini ,, T. mi
III |tl 111 "I'll.l.illMI, ll "
TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo ave
Continued from Page l-A
a cable to the Soviet Writers Un-
ion, asking the Soviet writer- to
intervene to h;ilt the "anti-Semitic
libel" and to "repair the moral,
cultural and political damage done
b> tins publication."
The World Congress tor Jewish
Culture protested strongly against
the book, demanding that its dis-
tribution be halted and those re
sponsible for it be punished. The
protest was contained in a mes-
sage to Anatoly F. Dobrinin, So-
viet Ambassador in Washington,
which also demanded thai Russian
Jews lie given lull rights to pursue
Jewish culture, teach the Yiddish
language, issue Jewish publications
and carry on distinctive Jewish
communal activities of the type
permitted other nationalities in
the USSR.
The Soviet Embassy in Wash-
ington meanwhile, transmitted
to the Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy this week the text of the
statement distributed by the So-
viet news agency Novosti in de-
fense of the anti-Semitic Kiev
publication, "Judaism Without
Embellishment."
The .statement. written by a I
Jewish Communist named Shimon
Katz, claimed that T K. Kitchko,
author of the book, had acted un-
der his constitutional right to en-
gage in anti-religious propaganda
an 1 thai he rote it "with good
intentions." The statement con-J
t.lined some vague criticism of the
v ay Kitchko tried to "introduce
to his reader- scientific views on
The main theme of the slate
menl was thai the Soviet policy on'
the nationality question could not
!)> judged -oiely on the basis ol
"only one work by an atheist." The
statement then reiterated t h e
standard Soviet position that there
was no "Jewish question" in the
USSR, and that all religions there
"have been placed in equal con-
ditions,"
Deborah Chapter
Luncheon Meeting
Greater Miami (hapter ol De-
borah will hold a luncheon meel
ing on Tuesday noon al the Bar
celona Hotel.
Program will include a film
called "Da dy. i Love You," fol-
lowed by canasta and mah-jong.
Mrs. Morris Weinberger is pres-
ident
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Av
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brook:
C.mtor Ben Dickson.
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TEMPLE ZIGlX. 3/20 SW 17th f
Conservaiive. Rabbi Alfred Wa
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miai-
ave. Conservative. Raobi Henr
Wernick.
Ki-IiImj |i.m. Siitui-diit
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YOUNG ISRAc. nay NE 171
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm Staube
I" ln> ii |..in. l-"l'lda.N !i i ii s,
mini 'Shu r> in Moili in Tlmi'v
Kvciilns -, r\ In Ii |i in. Hal unlnj
i in. V /.Uoi iii ii.ni. Aftt-i'nii
i, |. in.
JEWISH CEREMONIAL \
OBJECTS f
ANTIQUES ALSO TORAHS
Must he sold immadiately.
Foi ,Trro'"*"1cnt call
JE 8-0469
CONSERVATIVE CCNGREGATI0N
SEEKING RABBI
Teaching required.
Write C. C, P.O. Box 2973
Miami, Florida 33101
Varied Programs Offered to Children by Summer Camps
Continued from Page 10-A
of skills in camping, education,
i-'ioup work. Young Judaea and
Judaism. Many have spent from
a summer to a year in Israel.
For further iniorniation write
to George Stern. 50 Whitehall.
Suite 702. Atlanta 3. Ga.
Camp Ocala
Located in the Ocala National
Forest of central Florida. Camp
Oca a is 285 miles north of Miami.
Directors are Dr. and .Mrs. Theo-
dore Struhl, Frankie and Ben Mil
ler, Maj. and Mrs. Leonard Woll
man. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert H,
Wollman, with local offices at 1451
N. Bayshore Dr.
The eight-week summer season
; for boys and girls from 5 to 16
takes in horsehack riding, swim-
ming, water skiing, canoeing, arts
and crafts, archery, tennis, fen-
cing, dancing, dramatics and sing-
ing.
There is one counselor lor every
three of the 250 campers. aCCOm-
I modated on separate sites for boys
and uirls. Stall" members are col-
lege age or older instructors.
Food is Jewish-American, and
services are held every Friday
c\. ning.
Camp Belle Aire
Camp Belle Aire, at the Sunsel
Hock l)ii,le Ranch Site, is located
2.700 feel above sea level on the
Cumberland mountain plateau be-
; tween Sparta and Crossville, Tenn.,
j with h'OO acres of woodland sur-
i rounding a private seven-acre
1 spring-fed lake.

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COOL 0CAIA
NATIONAL fORtST
At Comp Ocala, your boy or girl (5-16) will enjoy he mosf fun-filled
summer ever. Gain confidence learning new skills, too. Daily wafer-
skiing, swimming, and horseback ridingno extra charge. Trained by
mature counselor-experts (I fo every 3 childrentriple the average).
Boating. Tennis. Archery. Dramatics. Team Sports. Riflery. Coif.
Arts JL Crifts Fulltime Licensed Physician and 3 Registered Nurses
Friday Night Sabbath Services Starts June 29 Full 8 or 4 Week
Sessions Call or Write for Full Details:
10th OFFICE: 1451 N. BAYSHORE DR., MIAMI
Year FR 1-7858 FR 9-8601
DIRECTORS:
Dr. Theodore R. Struhl Benjamin Miller
Major Leonard Wollman Robert H. Wollman
The ranch camp program for
boys and girls from 8 to 17 spe-
cializes in horseback riding, rop-1
ing, weekly horseback trips, and
many overnight and trail rides. A
rodeo arena offers a fine setting
for the "showdeos" put on weekly
by the campers.
Camping program tor ages 6
through 17 concentrates on water-
sports, athletics, both Knglish and
Western horseback riding and Irip-
outs.
Owner-directors of Belle Aire are
Bea and Reuben Komisar.
Emanu-Ei Day Camp
Temple Emanu-F.l is now accept-
ing children between the ages ot
tour and 12 for registration in the
i'ay camp opening for its seventh
, consecutive year under the per-
sonal supervision of Dr. Irving
Lehrman. Group is limited to
125 youngsters.
A synagogue-centered camp
with special emphasis on pro- j
gramming in Jewish cultural and |
, spiritual values, a well-rounded
athletic program, field trips, dra-
matics, singing and dancing are
also offered.
Under the direction of Milton
Feinstein, history instructor and
head football coach at Miami
Beach High, senior counselors are
er camp in Southeastern United Rabbi Abraham A. Korf, can
States and oilers Hebrew and Bar director, says that "Gan Isra-
Mltzvah Into,ing,'' according to promises your child a rewards) -
camp officials. Jewish experience''
"AN ADVENTURE IN HEALTH AND HAPPINESS'
CAMP PINEW00D
HENDERSONVILLE, N.C.
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 5-17
2500 ft. high in the grnndeur of the Great Smokey Mountains,
cool, invigorai'na hccllliful climate 97 allergy free where
tha growth and development of each child is guided with love,
experience and understanding mature, skilled counselor sta'f
Sabbath Services full cultural and athletic program tutoiing.
CALL TODAY FOR ILLUSTRATED BROCHURE
PERSONAL INTERVIEWS INVITED
- THf DIRECTORS -
Dr. and Mrs. Donald D. Michehon Hi and Fran Meltier
MO 7-1808-MO 7-9784 JE 1-6776 JE 8-8696
Accredited Member
A C ; -1 Aw '
Grade "A" Raring
\C Board : H.
CAMP JUDAEA
OUR llth SEASON
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
HENDERSONVILLE, N.C.
OFFARIM UNIT TSOFIM UNIT MACHON (Leadership Training)
|4th 5th Grade) (6th 7th Grade) (8th 9th 10th Grade)
IN THf PICTURISOUI BLUt fflDGC MOUNTAINS
ALL LAND and WATER SPORTS ARTS 4 CRAFTS
NATURE STUDY MUSIC DR A M AT ICS RESIDENT NURSES
Israel Fostered Through Activity. Play. Modern Hebrew,
Daily and Sabbath Services Dietary Laws Observed
JfW/SH TRADITION and SPIRIT OF TZ
FEE: $235 Per Session, Plus $10 Registration Fee
$455 Full Season. Plus $10 Registration Fee
REGISTRATION LMITED TO 170 CAMPERS
FIRST SESSION BEGINS JUNE 24th Ends July 21
SECOND SESSION BEGIN JULY 23rd Ends Aug. 18
FULL SEASON BEGINS JUNE 24 Ends AUG. 18
SOUTHERN ZIONIST YOUTH COMMISSION
Sponsored by HADASSAH A Z O.A. Member American Qtmping A--n.
FOR INFORMATION AND CATALOGUE, WRITE
GfOffGf STtRN, Director, 50 Whitehall St. S.W., Atlanta 3, Go.
LOCAL INFORMATION: Ph. 758-8385 or JE 1-5556
either local school teachers or up-
per classmen in college, and jun-
ior counselors are well-qualified
high school seniors
All campers are provided with
a beverage at lunch time, as well I
as a mid-morning and afternoon
snack, and bus transportation to
and from camp. i
15
Camp Gan Israel
Newly-opened camp Gan Israel,
of Florida, is located on the beau-
tiful rolling plains of Del and.
Heights. Modern facilities and a
'countrified" atmosphere make
it an ideal place for summer
camping.
Included in the overall camp-
ing program, which will include
all sports and activities, will be
visits to place of interest, such;
as Silver Springs.
The camp, a member of the in-1
temational Gan Israel camping i
movement, "will be the only Kosh- !
BELLE AIRE RANCH CAMP and CAMP BELLE AIRE
AT THE SUNSET ROCK DUDE RANCH SITE
"ATOP THt COOL CUMBF.RLAND MOUNTAINS, SPARTA, TENN."
Belle Aire
Ranch
Camp
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 8-17 ;
Specializing in
HORSEBACK RIDING
SHODEOS & ROPING !
WEEKLY HORSEBACK
TRIPS. OVERNIGHT !
& TRA.L RIDES
SWIMMING & !
BOATING
ATHLETICS & !
CRAFTS
Dormitory-type Building ',
Meals are simple, nourishing )
and well balanced.
$120 for 2 weeks !
(All Inclusive Fee)
or $330 for 6 weeks j
Camp
Belle
Aire
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 6-17
A Complete Camping Progrom
FOSTERING of all the "ARTS"
WATER SPORTS-
ATHLETICS
HORSEBACK RIDING
RODEO ARfcNA
5 DAY HORSEBACK TRIP
TRIP.OUTS iCanoeing, Etc.)
ARCHERY-RIFLERY
FENCING
Kosher Food Upon Request.
Special attention to underweights.
Registered Nurse on
24-Hour Outy.
$400 for 5 weeks
(All Indus,ve Fee)
DATES: JUNE 6 to JULY 17
(All Inclusive Fee)
DATES: JULY 19 to AUG. 23
For Full Information and Brochures
CALL FLORIDA REPRESENTATIVE
MRS. BETTY METUKA, 3140 S.W. 5th Street, Miami
Telephone HI 3-3751
OR WRITE
MR. AND MRS. REUBEN KOMISAR DIRECTORS
Winter Headquarters, Route No. 7, Sparta, Tenn.


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Friday. April 3. 1

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Charcowskys to be Feted at ZOA Affair;
Sen. Gore Will be Guest Speaker Apr. 12
Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Viola)
Charcowsky. Miami Beach com
rnunity leaders, will be honored
at the Apr. 12 Israel 16th anniver
sar> celebration dinner of the South
Florida District of the Zionist Or-.
j.anization of America, according
to Jack S. Popick. co-chairman.
One of the leading members of
the U.S. Senate Foreisn Relations
Committee, Albert Gore, senior,
senator from Tennessee, will be |
fciiest speaker.
The Charcowskys, who are one
of the largest American contri-
butorx to the Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem, and who have
been active leaders and major
contributors to the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy and the
Jewish Home for the Aged, as
well as to the Kfar Silver Agri-
cultural Training School main-
tained by the Zionist Organixa-
tion of America in Ashkelon, Is-
rael, an rael, will be presented with the
South Florida ZOA District's
Shevin Says He'll
Seek Voice For
Dade in Capital
"Once and for all. let's set
Dade's voice heard in Tallahas
Bee." declared Robert L Shevin.
candidate for the State LeyiMa
tare
This week, Shevin -aid that for
tar too Ions. 'Dade's voice lias
barel] heen heard as a whisper in
our Mate capital. Once and tor
all. let's get lair representation
*ind fair benefits for our line
ci m ty."
Shevin is an officer on active
tatus with the U.S. Army Re-
serve. He is chairman of the
Miami Economic Advisory
Bo.rd, legal counsel of the Dade
County legislative delegation,
member of the Miami-Dade
Chamber of Commerce, active in
Government Research Council,
chairman of Courts Budget Com-
mittee of Dade County, Local
Market Development Committee
cf Industrial Development Coun-
cil, and member of the Dade
County Young De-nocrats Club.
\ in is also a member of the
Men's flub. Children's cardiac
1 spital, Multiple Sclerosis Soci-
cty. B'nai B'rith. Jewish Family
and Children Service, a director
iami Youth Symphony, and
Lansburgh Asks
GPs to Seder
At the Deauville
ris Lansburgh Miami Beach
1 iti man, invit 12 servicemen
stationed at the Homestead Air
Fort e Ba e his | uests at the
1 rst Passover Sedi r si rvice last
1 rida; in the Napoleon Room ol
1.-. Deauville Hotel
Jan Peerce, famed Metropolitan
( i ra star, conducted the tradi-
t sso\ er Seder ith a choir
u li i- the direction of Morris
] ash.
i
ROBERT SHEVIN
president of Sertoma Club of
Miami.
A native Miamian. Shevin re-
ceived his Bachelor of Arts deurec
from the University of Florida,
where he became the southern col-
legiate debate champion and won
national debate honors. He was
also honored with membership in
Florida Blue Key and Hall of
Fame. He received his law degree
from the University of Miami.
where he served as president of
the law school. He was a magna
cum laude law graduate. He is a
practicing attorney.
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msr-
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MR. AND MRS. CHARCOVtSKX
"Service to Israel Award" at
the celebration.
Recently cited by the American
Israel Physician's Committee of
the Hebrew University for their
outstanding effort in providing
scholarships in Israel for Israeli
students and doctors. Mr. and
Mrs. Charcowsky have been active
in nearly every phase of Israel
program In Miami Beach during
their many years of residence
here.
Sen. Gore is at present in his
second six-year term in the Sen
ate. Before that, he served 14
years in the U.S. House of Repre-
sentatives, the district formerly
served by his fellow townsman,
the late Cordeli Hull. On Capitol
Hill. Sen. Gores committee as-
signments and legislative activi-
ties have covered a wide range.
In addition to being a ranking
member of the Senate Foreign Re-
lations Committee, he is chair-
man of the important African Af-
fairs subcommittee, and was ap-
pointed by the late President Ken-.
nedy to serve as one of the U.S. j
delegates to the United Nations, j
He is also a member of the
Senate Finance Committee and of
the' Senate- Joint Committee on
Atomic Energy. Sen. liore is
recognized as one of the Senate's
outstanding orators and has serv-
ed as president of the U.S. delega-
tion to the Interparliamentary
Union.
At the anniversary celebration
Sen. Gore will discuss "Recent De-
velopments in Israel and the Mid-
dle East."
The dinner dance will take place
on Sunday evening, Apr. 12, in
the French and Jade Rooms of
the Fontainehleau Hotel. A cock-
tail party will precede the dinner
a; 6 p.m. and dinner is set for
630 p.m. Incrc will be dancing
to the music of Irving Pietrack
and his orchestra.
Popick has announced that the
Israel anniversary dinner is open
to the public and reservations may
be made at the office of the Zion-
ist Organization of America. 1370
Washington Ave.
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LEGAL NOTICE
MMI fkr/Mifi
Page 13-A
LEGAL NOTICE
rr
^N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
"11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C J299
JAIIKH MIIAiKAM.
Plaintiff,
VH.
itoni:r.Ti it. ozetk wxl i>ki.ia
UZKTK. his wife, and WINON \
I.VVKHTMEXT ('MIW.VY. a
l-'l'-ri-la oorpornttrvn.
l kefend&iitB.
NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION
l!BBUTo H. OZETE nnal
I'ICt.lA -OZKTI' his wife, itnal
W'TNONA INVESTMENT
4-OJIHANV
Ri ilafa n< .- 1'iiknown
Y'lT _ANl> KAi'll OK vor. ABE
IKHKW MOTII'IE!) lliiii a Itlll "i
.".'llllllllilll l*>' IOl eC'lOKtf a lU-n <>U <:.!'-
illii*lllrlg:i|^M .in Hi rulluwillt! il.-.
rlbed properties;' to-wlt:
r> MoftiiK.- tr-nn William novonli
Hid JesephtriH I>avi>ul>. Iiis wife, In
Ivor of ROMKHTO It. OZKTE and
KI.IA OBETK. his Wife, listed .Ian-
nrj 5, l!"i2. and recorded in Official :
cordx I took SfcSl, at Putt 17*. of the
tibllc It.oords of Dade County, Fhir- ,
S;i. n.-unibi'iiiiR the ~ following d.s-
il.. Lot t\ Block 13. WIXONA PARK I
FIRST ADPjTJQN, aecnnUnR to the
I'lat tht-ra-of Da recorded In I'lat i
Boo* !T. at Page am. of the I'ublk'
it.rords of i>ad.- County Florida:
together with all Improve.....nt, I
furniture, tixturen and all othel ',
< halt. is. now or hereafter contained
therein;
t > .MnriuHU'- from Antnnln Gnreln
nd Gloria Qni'flft. his wife, in favor
f KOl:EKTt> It OZETE and DELIA
OZKTE, his wife, dated .Inminr> V
MUL recorded In (Kfielnl Record.-
F't.k MM, at PaK* HI, "( the Public
;.oi-.i- of I'a.i. County, ri.Mi.ia. en-
rtimberina the following deecribed
..perly. lo-wil:
I...1 12, JllocM 13, WIXOX \ PARK
h'lltHT A1>IITM'\\ a.......tlins In the
rial thereof as i-.-.-.n-ila-.i in Phil
I-.....I; ft :il Psiife 18, ol the Publh
Itei-ord* of I hide County, Klorlda;
[tiKether with all ImiirovenientH,
furniture, rixturee and all other'
rluitteJa, now 01 hereaftei rontnln-
eil therein:
iit i ii Qlml .mniiiM you nnd j .
< ri |'M' d to Ol if a i lip) .!" i i
nw*r or i-ilm pleading to the Mil
i t'ont|tlMht npnn KI'oxOKII ami
il.H).\l, Attorneyi- r..i the Plaintiff,
V'H N 10 123th Street, Natl'th Miami
.Hid tile ill. ..i Iglnill
r othel plen4bi( in I ll i >ffli
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62373-A
In RIS: Estate ,.i
MOI.I.IK K1SXBR
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and ah Person* llav-
inu Cuhiii*. otKdPenwnds Aaalnxt Said
slat.-:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to prewni any claim* and de-
mands \\hh:h you may have aiain-i
the estate of MoLLIE EISNER de-
ceased late of i lade County, Klorlda,
to the Count) Judges of bade County,
and file til.- name in duplicate mid
as provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their oflioes in ihe tUiun-
ty ''-nirthi.il.-.. in I'ade County. Flor-
ida, within si\ calendar months i'r..m
th.- lino- of lirsi publication hereof.
of ih. same will h,- b;irr.*.l.
Dated at Miami. Florida, ihi- Ktth
day of February, A.D. |MI.
HARRY l.. CTPRN
As I'o-Kx.-eutor
First publication of this notice on
Ihe !7th da; of March. l'.-i;i.
IRV'IXll t'YI-KN I .AW <>l-'i-'K'i:s
Attoi ney tt r Estate
82." Arthur Godfrey Road .
Miami Beach, Florida .
3 21 R.J0-U
IllsWe
of ih
Miami.
loi-liki, on or liefer* ih- 27th das --i
if
fail
will In
ii
- I, ntlierwlse
lo, ii I h-i-ri .' Pro i
in.ii.l analnsi'.Vi.ii for the rellel lie-
lied ill the Kill <-i i'i.Hilda in
DATKT1 h\ Miami. Florida, this -_ -".t 1
-a Marsh, 19m.
IT B. I.!'ATtlKltMAN
i l^ik of ih. Ian-nil Cntirt
f%n> rmnfty Florida
-all By: C. P. i 'i iPELANl
Deputy Clerk
:i :'7. I 3-in-l"
llav-
Sald
n the county judges court
in and for daoe county.
Florida in probate
No. 62709 B
RE: Estate of
DAVID I'llII.I.IPS
IVwas.-d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
loir claims od Demands ARaiturt
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
n .ir.-d to jires.-nt any claims and de-
mands whi.-h you may have attains)
|he estate ol I>A\iD l'lllld.ll'S de-
as.-d late of Da . the County Judges of Dads Coun-
ty, and file th.- same in duplicate and
as yirovlih-d in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their office* i the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dad.- County, Klor-
lda. within six calendar months from
the time of ih.- first publication here-
of, or th>- sain.- will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this JTih
dav of .March. A.D. MM.
ISYRTIIA MAE PHIL-UPS
CITY NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI BEACH
formerly The North Shore Bank
B): Daniel A. Casper
Vice, Prealdenl and Trust Officer
As Kx.i-utors
First publloatlon of this notice on
iin 3rd da) of Api II, 1964
I It VINO CTPEN LAW OFFICES
ALtome) for K\.. utors
835 Arihm lioilfi.-. Road,
.Miami Beach, I lorldu
A 3-10-17-51
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 3263
THE WII.I.I VMSHIRU1I
SAVIXCiS HANK.
Plaintiff
vs.
DEAN CARTER and SARAH
CARTER, his wife, .-t al.
I i. I. Ilda ill
NOTICE OF SUIT
To: I lean I "ai ti r and Siirah
Carter, his Wife,
21 in llol..... I rive, N.W
Apaia in. nt N.i. -
Atlanta, tlcorjrth"
Y.Hi ai, III ...i Ifii d that the
almve captloned .i.-iln ha* heeii In-
stituted attains) you in" iHe I* nil
Court .-I ih- nih .icnii, .ii -
I- lorhla in and tut 1 'a,iTi i 'olinl i to
i',.I. rinse n mi :aBi mWrti the fol-
lowlnu d. s.i Ih.-d real j-i ". 11)
i...i .'. in .... i.: i-n:>r adihi h>s
To CAItol, CITY, aci on ln to
ih.- Plnl th reof, rei rded I" Plat
Hook i:-i al Pace I .....n H
lli-ei ilt ol Imdi nr I I-- id.,
You are ri| h ed n Id em
> er i" |>l ilnl iff* ksnnplaiiil n itb the
"|i k of tin M i Court, and
sei v. ,i ,-!.. then of ii'i-ai. plaini Iffs
nt.urney, MARTIX FlXK.'Tlth K......
I ia I. I", deial U.iil.lu _. dlai
I .. ; -.1 ,. nol Inter that) Oil II '-'" I.
nr a Decrei t^yufesso will he .n-
tered nftalnsl j i
DATED: March :'i lXI4
E. ii. i.i-:atiii:i:.man
Clerk of ih. CirculL Conn
By: K. M l.Y.\,AN
Deput) Clerk
MARTIX FIXE
Attorne) f..r Plaintiff
i n Ii Floor Hade Ke lei He :
Miami 32, Florida .
:: 17 I :-|i>-!7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
f- No. 64C 1M6
I. .1. KAXTRR and I.KOKAP.PI.KR.
Plnlntlffm
l;: ALTO^S^rS, IXC, :k J .
Florida .orporatifin, it al.
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: IHVINC MAUN and MILDRED
IIAIIN. his wife
IMS Bufortl Highway, N.E.
Aparinient -
Atlanta, (leorgln
Yid'. IKVINO HAHN and MIL-
DRED iiaiin, are hereby notified
that a suit has been fH-d in the above
stvl.-d Court acainst you by ih.- Plain-
tiffs, I 1. KANTRR and f.BO KAI'.I'-
l.i:s. which said null has been Insti-
tuted for the ptirpoi-e of cancellation
of lease iiRre^ment dated I>-c.-mber 1,
IMI, toeether with option to purchase
ih.. following described property, to-
wlt:
Lots 13 and 81, Ihss th.- P.E.C.
ltl8ht-of.wav, and all or Lots It to
;ia, both inclusive, in PA RAVI! LA
HEIOHTS AlddlloN. Block "P."
ai'cordinvr to th.- I'lat thereof re-
oorded in Pl.it Hook 4, at Page 183;
of Ihe Public II. cords of Dad.-
County, Klorlda.
Yof ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your answer or other plead-
ing on Plaintiffs' attorney, Aaron M.
Kann.-i, '.'I". Security Trust Building,
Miami :'.'.'. Fli rida. and file the orig-
inal 111 th.- office of the Clerk of th.-
above Court on nr before the 4th dn>
..I May, 1964, and if you fall ro do s...
Judgment by default will be taken
ngalnst \i.n for the relief demanded
in ih,- i'omplalni
This Notice shall be published once
each week for lour consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH KLolill 'I AN.
DATED at .Miami. Dade County.
Florida, this K7th day of March, A D. .
1964
E R, LEATHERMAX
Clerk of no- Circuit 'nun
I sea 11 By: C. P. COPELAXii
li.-nnn Clerk
AARON M K \XXER
24.1 Si ci rlt) Trust Hlds
Mi...... 32. Fin Y I: ::-'-_ I.'
I 3-IH-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 2581
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
LOAN ASS(*'I\TM >N OF
IIAMMoNTON. t rnlt.d States {
of Ain.-i'li-air.lnMirSiIon.
Plaintiff,
VS.
TED LEWIS and IHiI'.OTHY L.
LEWIS, his wife el al.
i i.-f.-ndants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: Ted Lewis and l>. rothy L. Lewis,
his wife, Residence Cnkonwn, if
remarrb-d their unknown spouses,
if living and If dead, the unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees,
llenors, creditors, irust.-.-s or other
claimants claiming by, through, un-
der or against any of the above named
defendants who are deceased.
You are hereby notified that the
Above caption'-d action has been in-
stituted against you In the Circuit
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Clr-
i-uit of Florida in and for Dad-- Coun-
ty to foreclose n mortgage upon th.-
following dvscrihed real property:
LEGAL NOTICE
Lot 34. Block ::2s CCKTISS PARK,] MANUEL H.IIKL
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62615 B
IN RE: Estate of
JCDICI* AMBROSE r
ll.i-,-a-.sf. /
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hiv-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Katate:
You Bre hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
tho estate of .ICt.H's AMBROSE de-
ceased late of Dad,- County, Florida,
to th,- County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, ami file the same in duplicate
nnd as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in th.-ir offices In
the County Courthouse in I'ade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar
months from the lime of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
he barred.
Dated at Miami, Fiorina, this :int
day of March. A.D. ISM.
VER \ EP.ERHART
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 3rd day of April. 1864.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Vi'TI'i: IS HEREBY rilVEX I
h. undersigned, desiring t<- engug,
hui n, -- uniiel 11 fl III mum
NATIONAL Pool) MARKET at
I louglas llo I, Miami Intl lids lo
si. r .-aid Ham.' uith the Clerk of
' ll'CUll < 'in -: I lude '"lino Flail
FAIR-DE VI. MARKETS, IXC
A Fla Corp.
HERBERT II VVILKNSKY
At ii'iiiii
'.IT llim-ayne Bids
hat
III
.:n
thi
id..
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62626-C
IN RE: Estate of
ROBERTA MAE TRUSffELL,
I !,-.-need.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notiih-d and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which you may have against
the .siat.- of ROBERTA MAE TUI'S-
SELL deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to the County Judges Dade
County, anal file the same in duplicate
and as provided In Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, lit their offices In
the Count) Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six al. n.lai
months from the time of Ihe first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida thi- 80th
dav of March, A.D. 1964.
A. JAY CRISTOL
As Adininistral.il
First publication of tins notlt.....n
the Bath dav of March. MMS4.
Welntraub, Welntraub ft Crlstol
Attorneys for Administrator -.
Thirteenth Floor, I'ade Federal Bldg,
SI \ i: |si Ave Miami. Florida
B) A JAY CRIST! >l.
:: :;. a J-io-17
-17-24
4 ;'.-i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.i engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
UNITED SALES! CO. at 7866 N.E.
Snd Avenue, Miami. Kh rida Intends
i" register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dads County.
Florida.
RONNIE-JACK, INC.
ta Fla. Corp.)
Si.le owner
RICHARD A- NELSON EHQH
Attorney! for Applicant
6oj Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Kla.
4/3-10-17-34
according to the Plat thereof, as
recorded in I'lat Booh 50 nt Page 2
of th,- Public Records of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida,
You are reaiulred to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint With the
clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve a copy thereof up..n plaintiff's
attorney MARTIN FINE, llth Fl.....',
Dade Federal Building, Miami :12,
Klorlda nut later than May 1th, 1864,
or a Decree Pro Confesso will be en-
t. red against you.
DATED: March 31, 1964.
I-:. U. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of ihe Circuit Court
(Real) B) : i P. COPELAND
Deput) Clerk
MARTIN FINE
A11,.in. y for Plaintiff
I iih FliMir Dad.- r, dual Bldg,
Miami :'.'-'. Florida
I 3-10-17-24
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAMt AND BY THE
AUTHOR.TY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
To All. To WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SUM.I. COME, UHEETINliS:
.Vli.ie.is. WILLIAM TANK. MIAMI.
FLORIDA; MARTHA TANK. MIAMI.
FLORIDA: ANNETTE WEl'THRICK.
I'ORAL UAI!L1'".S. FLORIDA; did nn
' lie Itilh da) ol August, A 11 19.17,
cause :- he Im-ori.....uted tinder the
laws ..i th. State nl Florida WIL-
LIAM TANK I'll.. INC. a eolpolalii.il.
iih ii- principal placa of huslnei-s al
MIAMI. DADE 1'olNTY. in the Slat.
of Florida, and whereas such corpor-
ation did on the 25th day ol March,
A D. 1964, cause t" be filed In the of-
fice '< th,- Bedetor) of State of the
state of Florida, the documentar)
authority required undei Section
1108.37, Florida statutes, showing the
dissolution of such corporation.
Now. therefore, the Secretory of
State do.-., hereb) certify to the fore-
going and thai Ii. is satisfied that the
requirements of the law have been
complied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto net my hand ami have
affixed th.- tlreai Seal of the State
of Florida, at Tallahassee, the
Capital, this the TWENTY KM- I'M
day Of MARCH, A.D. 1364.
a s-.-ii11 TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State
4/3/64
Attorney for Executrix
Hth Floor Dade Federal
.Miami, Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62697 C
IN RE: Estate ol
TII.I.1K Illlisril
Del-eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Yon ar.. hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and d-
ii ..nils which i.-u may have against
the estnti of TILLIE H1RBCH de-
ceased Lit- of I'ade County, Florida,
1,. the Count) JlKlgeH ot I'ade i*,.i.i
ty, and til.* the sain.- in duplicate
ami as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statu -. in their offices u
the Count) Courthouse In Dade i',.ar-
ty, li..rida. \\itiiin si\ culendar
months from thi time of the flrsl
puhlli lit ion h.-i eof, ..i th,- same I
he harreal
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.: March. A.D 1964.
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Page 14-A
+Jenist Meridian
Friday. April 3. 1964
Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
U.S. Conservative Rabbinate Takes Drastic Defense Measure
. Jerusalem
*'HE '"" CONSERVATIVE
' Rabbinical Assembly
of America recently too';
i rather drastic step. It
announced the engage-
ment by it of an Israel
lawyer, former Attorney
General Gideon Hausner.
;u seek legal action
against the Israel Rabbi-
nate.
The reason behind
this move is the charge
of non-recognition here of divorces granted by Con-
servative rabbis, and the assertion that this repre-
sents a discriminatory procedure both unjustified
and contrary to the laws of Israel.
For the second time in recent months, the
natter was brought up at a meeting of Israel's
Cabinet, where Foreign Minister. Mrs. Golda Meir.
urged the .Minister of Religious Allans to try to
find a solution "satafactory to all concerned."
Some time ago an understanding had been
reached between the Ministry of Religious Affairs,
the Israel Rabbinate and the leaders of the Conser-
vative movement in America, whereby the latter
undertook to draw up a list of rabbis qualified to
handle divorce procedure, since not every rabbi.
Orthodox included, is automatically given such au-
thority.
The Rabbinical Assembly now charges that
this arrangement is not being honored by the Is-
riel Rabbinate. This charge, however, is being
rejected. The Israel Rabbinate points out that, so
far. there have been only two cases in which di-
vorces granted by Conservative rabbis tailed to
be recognized, of which one was ultimately con-
firmed. They stress that the confirmation of each
< ivorce, no matter by whom issued, is being deter-
mined solely on the basis Of its compliance with
the required procedure and customs governing Is-
raels divorce laws.
The Rabbinical Assembly insists that this is
note quite the case and that confirmation of the
divorces issued by its authorized rabbis is affected
by the pressure exerted upon the Israel Rabbinate
by the Orthodox rabbis of America, who want the
grant of divorces to be left exclusively within the
purview of their authority; and that the Israel
Rabbinate is yielding to that pressure.
It is this charge that seems to lie at the heart
of the controversy. The Rabbinate rejects the
charge of "yielding'- and "collusion'' in no un-
certain terms. However, the very fact that, at
least to some extent, the Israel Rabbinate finds
itself entangled in the Internal disputes between
the various rabbinical bodies of America, is very
much to be regretted. Indeed, the feeling is that
all should be done to have this cleared up to the
point ol leaving no doubt behind.
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDUN
It is Possible to Write About Dull People With Interest
FOOLBE STILL. By Fannie Hurst. 304 pp.
New York: Double-day. $4.95.
FANNIE HURST'S latest novel is a strange, flat
book peopled by strange Hat characters who
seem neither to think nor to communicate with each
other. Part of this dismal atmosphere is intended
by the author, who has written some seventeen
novels, plus short stories and essays and one auto-
biography, and should know, one assumes, what
she is doing.
The story of Nella Fox Boone is a dull one.
She is a dull housewife with a good, dull husband
and an undistinguished son. She meets a taciturn
dancing instructor who, for some reason which re-
mains a mystery to the reader, fascinates and
"thrills" her into neglecting her family, even as her
husband is dying, into forsaking her son who is
Capitol Spotlight:
By JESSIE HALPERN
Buck Passing of Genocide Begins Again
-A
Washington
UIITH A TWIST of irony, further
" confused by what appeared
I s a legislative executive break-
down in communications, the
White House this week turned
down a senatorial appeal for pres-
! lential "leadership'' in pushing
U.S. ratification of the aging
United Nations Genocide Conven-
tion.
The complexities of the situation now seem to
have grown to overwhelming proportions. Last
July, Myer Feldman. Deputy Special Counsel to
the President, made it known to congressional lcad-
i r- that the White House very much wanted Senate
ratification of the Genocide Convention.
With this understanding, a month ago. a group
of 10 senators, headed by Sen. Hugh Scott (R.-Pa.i.
wrote President Johnson, asking for his help in
the matter, saying: "It is generally recognized that
only a strong appeal from the President will brmg
this measure to debate and a vote in the Senate."
When Sen. Scott received an answer this past
weeknot from the President, but from Frederick
Dutton, Assistant Secretary of State for Congres-
sional Relationshis upset reaction was under-
standable. In firm fashion, the State Department
had confirmed "this Government's dedication to
Panorama:
the convention's purpose" and continued, "it is the
intention of the Administration to ratify the Geno-
cide Convention upon receiving the advice and con-
sent of the Senate."
Quipped dejected Sen. Scott, who felt that Pres-
ident Johnson never saw the letter urging White
House help in the pressing matter: "it was probably
given the same treatment as letters requesting the
president to accept a can of salad oil or to crown
a beauty queen."
Hut the White House immediately disagreed
with Sen. Scott's assumptions. A White House
spokesman emphatically noted that "no President
will ignore 10 Senators who write to him. Many
in the While House saw the letter." the spokesman
added. "It (the answer1 went through six drafts;
the only problem was how to answer it."
While the perplexed Senatorial group tools they
"do not know what next we must do in this mat-
ter." White House contention is that they must get
the support of key Republican conservatives. Speci-
fic recommendations were for enlistment of sup-
port from Senators Everett Dirkson (111). Bourke
Hickenlooper (Iowa and George Aiken (Yt.). A
Presidential spokesman noted also that the "White
House feels Sen. Fulbright (Ark ) can only bring
ratification of the Genocide Convention before the
Senate Foreign Relations Committee when he knows
he has the votes for it."
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
All About the Fabulcu; Luck of Levi Eshkol
ARE SOME PEOPLE just naturally
** lucky:1 In Israel, today. I gather
irom reading the Israeli press, they
are speaking of "the Eshkol luck."
am. the Tel Aviv afternoon daily,
rotes that already Prime Minister Esh-
kol ha? received an invitation to visit|
the White House and also that the Rus-
sians are making more overtures ''
Dim than Ben-Gurion. Maariv also notes'
that similar luck was his during the time when Eshkol
was Minister of Finance. His predecessor. Eliezer Kap-
lan, was driven almost to despair over funds: but,
as soon as Eshkol succeeded him. there were Israel books
to draw on and, as Minister of Finance, Eshkol imposed
very heavy income taxes on the Israelis, yet such was
his luck that his popularity did not wane.
One of the stories they told about Eshkol, relative
to the way he was drawing money from the people,
through the heavy income taxes, was by way of two
goats on Ben-Gurion's farm at Sdeh Boker. One goat
boasted to the other, "You know, Mr. Ben-Gurion him-
self milked me the other day."
The second goat said he didn't see that it made any
c'.iiferenee to a goat who milked him. "Oh. 1 don't
know," said the first goat, "I don't suppose you would
care for Mr. Eshkol to milk you."
Mr. Eshkol himself is said to admit to a belief in
luck. He quotes the old Jewish aphorism: "Even the
Holy Sefer Torah must have Mazel." (It is luck or
chance which determines which of the Holy Scrolls will
be selected from the Ark for the honor ol the religious
service i
But it may not be all luck in the case of Mr. Esh-
kol. He is a very hard worker and has worked at many
things. He toils over budgets and foreign affairs now.
but he has toiled with the hoe and the plough too. Not
so long ago, it is related, he visited an outlying rural
district and, noticing some weeds growing around a tree,
he called the farmer to task.
"But I have no tractor to remove the weeds," the
farmer said. "Who needs a tractor?" said Eshkol!
"Give me a hoe." The farmer brought a hoe and Esh-
kol went to work. In a short time, the weeds were
gone. The farmer looked on in amazement. "You
know," he said, "I think we should change jobs."
then accidentally killed, and eventually into re-
jecting another nice man for the martyrdom of his
sullen embrace. She also rears the teen-aged boy
who killed her son. but he. with more prescience
than anyone else in the book, goes on his way as
quickly as possible, leaving no relationship and
presumably little regret behind.
The plot, which sounds like a reject from
"Queen for a Day," is unrelieved by insight or sen-
sitivity. The story is written, in lact. in a kind
ot shorthand. It is typical of Miss Hurst's style
to express feeling in a casual, superficial manner,
but she has never before carried it to such an ex-
treme. The book reads as though it were jotted
down in notes, with the author too bored, herself,
to figure out motivation or reaction, much less to
dramatize it.
It is possible to write about dull people with
intercut and even with brilliance; there are things
to be said about such lives which are important.
Miss Hurst has said none of them, and she has al-
lowed the drab substance of her subject matter to
infect the creative process itself. This, for the
reader, is a fatal imposition.
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
On a Trip to Miami
IT WAS AN uneventful one except for
one dialogue. On the train that was
bringing us to Miami, our close fellow
passenger was a young man. tall, hand
some and with a physique that could
have belonged to a ballplayer on the
way to training in the warmlands oi
the country. He was of the silent, but
of a silence that apparently did not
belong to any of the above categories
He sdt aione, reading, taking notes, pausing occasional^
in contemplation as he imbibed the unfolding landscape,
returning at once to what X now suspected was a for-
bidden or perhaps pornographic book.
However, on bending to curiosity, I found that he
was reading a book on theology by one of the world.-
leading existensionalist thinkers. And before long I di>
covered equally that the young man was not an athlete
but a minister who was returning to his parish in a
small city in the very heart of Florida.
Since I had been reading a book on a related sub-
jectheretics and heresies in religionthe door to con-
versation was easily opened. Now that rapport had been
established between us through the medium of a quasi-
theological dialogue (I am not, I must confess, the most
erudite person in such matters) the area of confronta-
tion was bound to widen, and it did.
Tell me Reverend. I boldly confronted the young
clergyman, how can men profess belief in the Christian
faith and divine creation and at the same time conduct
themselves ungodly and unchristianly toward men whom
God in His wisdom created black? The answer was swift
and radiant. "I am an integrationist." replied the
young man, "and I am in favor of the Civil Rights bill
that is currently under Congressional consideration."
We were now on common ground and the conver
sation at once veered toward attitudes in the South and
what hope there was for Southerners to begin recogniz-
ing the Negro equation in the American patterns, in-
cluding their own enclaves.
The man's countenance was now transparent with
agony. He wished he could speak of an imminent trans-
formation of attitudes on a scale wide enough to in-
fluence public opinion In the areas of repression, but
his truth was that the "South may not see the light" on
the question of human rights for the Negro before the
end of this century.
*


April 3, 1964
LEGAL NOTICE
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN AND
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
AT LAW
No. ML 743
PROPERTIES, inc.. nnd
.. INC c.f MARGATE,
iMniiR HOMK8, INC., ami
Ian ii. iiii.
-ml.-ms.
[NOTICE TO APPEAR IN
PROCEED.NG TO
-ESTABLISH LOST NOTE
IROADMOoR HOMES, INC., a
brldn corporation......I Nathan
Rl 'i il'. ANTI Tl > A 1.1. c i TII1TI;
IKRSt >.ns inti:i:i :sti:11
AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED to
|,l appear before the Hi......'able
i: s. nul/.. one "f the Jutlgea of
ove -i> led Coui i in the Bade i
i "ourt House at Miami, Plor-
1:4.1 o'clock P.M., mi the 23rd
April, I I'd I, and thi n and thi re
. .in-. If any you can. b) nn-
liiuly filed, as required by law.
kin- promissory note, dencribed in
let It Inn un file herein, of which
Blowing is a true copy, to-wlt:
14-F. 14,500.00 July ".. 1962
It-io month* after date, for value
ved, we piomiae in pay t,, th,
..I Joyce properties, inc.,
ii iila corianatlon, ami CARiiL
i.i MARGATE, a Florida corn-
l|..n. Four Thousand Five llun-
($i,.-,iiii.inii Dollars, payable at
Bank ni' I mda County, of North
pin Beach, Florida, with Interest
f", "' ''' i"-'' 'int. per annum
date until fully paid. The
ki-r ami endorser nf tins note
ther agree to waive demand, no-
i.f non-payment ami protest,
in case suit shall be brought fur
collection hereof, or the -aim-
to in- collected upon demand of
ittorney, tu puj reasonable at-
s i.. s tor making such col-
lii.n..
This mil,- may I..- prepaid at anv-
il-- ami in any amount without
Halt) -
I his note is subject to the terms
-ni Am-.-in, i,i ,., Warrantj bj
betw. en the parties dated June
+Jewisti th>ridiam
Page 1S-A
r
MMNU
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desliinti to eni -
in business under the fictitious nor...
of iTSTii.Mi:il RELATION SERVICE
at Suite BIO, 120 Lincoln Road, .Miami
Beach, l-'l.i Int-nd to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court "I Dade County, Floi Ida
EDWARD I.. HERNS
Hole > mi-
l-All, KWITNEY
SILVERSTEIN, KWITNEY
.v U" n hiss
Attorneys for Applicant
iL'n Lincoln Road
I :-: i "
And you my dear, should also meet a good-
looking Jewish man and keep a good Jewish
home and raise a good Jewish boy who should
become a good Jewish doctor."
Copr. 1964, Doytnu Production!
LEGAL NOTICE
1962.
rhi.
, i..
iii
I one of a series of notes
I. 2, 3 ami I, .-.., in, ,i
ii.i> by ih,. undei signed, default
will .,,-, the n n
tn Immediately mature.
URl <\ I i.Mi >i i|< in iM|.s. im
a Florida i r|initlon
B> : > Nathan U. R.....i (seal)
l 11 .-ill. nt, Nathan U, Rood
l'-st: s Lillian i'. Houvei in (seal)
' lurj Lillian i'. Souverin
'' NOTE PERSI i.NAI.i.Y EN-
BY XATH \N II. ROOK)
' .....Hllssin ,,,,. | .,,,,...,,, ,
1 etltlon I., ha ,. hi i, |ot, mis-
"r stolen, should not be n -i stab-
ned, and lo whii h mid proml
the ii l ll tli ni praj.- thai a
'I I "i r. i-op) thereof I,. ,-.-
' > nnd in lieu ..f the
U note, and thai said re-established
V ,'". '"rce.l i..... the sole and
?,:,,.. l,!'',i"','> "f JOYCE PROP-
UtGATF '''" 'Al:"1" IN|' "'
HEREIN KAIL NOT.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said
"'< at the County Court House
an. County, Florida, this -'.tli daj of
arch, 1964.
E, It. WEATHERMAN,
Clerk f s.ii.I Court
I) By: c. I". COPELAND,
l' piny Clerk
'I >NI)ER ami Pl.i ii i.M
lornej s for Petitioners
H N.K. I2."lth -";,,.,.,
Ttb Miami, Moiiili, XIH'I
I-S.28
2 13-20-27, l 3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I tlif undersigned, desiring to ensraae In
business undr the fictitious name of
APEX SUPPLY at .TIT Southwest
Street, Miami. Florida Intends
to register paid name with tin Clerk
of iii" Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BEAI'TV \Nr> i: VRBER
SUPPLIES, inc.
Attoi nej -
SHAPIRO, FRIED .\- WEIL, Esoa.
107 Li- nln >:.- .i s ii.- ui-B
Mian.. Bi a. ii, Florida
.: 13 20-27. IM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undi rslgnetl, desii ng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ENQUIRE Fl >R huts .ii Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Cirouil
Com t of I lade I 'ountj I loi Ida,
ESQCIKE l-"H: iilFTB, INC.
a Eli rida cori>orutlon,
Owner of ESQl'IRE l""i: UIFTS
SIDNEY i:i R( i.NSuN
Attorney for Rsqnlre for Gifts, Inc.
^'11 s,., urlty Trust Bids.
Miami :::'. Horldn 1 :'T. I S-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59615-C
IN RE: Estate i r
.ll'I.IA E. IIII i|>
!.....a -. i
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereb} alven thai I
Im,. 'i!...i I Inul Reiinrl and Petition
for I lisiriiiin i in ami Kinal Discharge
as Kxecutur of the estate nf .iilia
I* t: l" 11| >, ii. ceased and thai on tin
13th day m April, IS64, win applj to
the Honorable Count> Juuites ol
l in tie i 'mint). i-.'N rida, foi m .' .val of
said Final Report and for dial i' i
tinn ami filial discharge as Executoi
nf the stati of i he itbuvi -us netl
ili..iii.ni. Tins Bth day of Murt-h, li'tti
DANIEL. A RI'DD, Executor
by Herman T. Isis, Attorney
HERMAN T IS1H
C'i Box IT.'T
Coral I labli a, Fla.
:; 13 20 27, I ;
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
NO. 64C 2521
SAM SI'IKliEL.
Plaintiff,
Vs.
ANNA BARD SPIEGEL,
I i.li'ii.lain.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
You, ANNA BARH si'ir.i;i:i an
hereb;.....iiii.il thai a Complaint for
Divorce lias -..ii Hied against you,
and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Complaint on the Plaintiffs at-
torney, tCOMMKL .v l.ia.i.i.s, -un
Lincoln Road, Miami lleni Ii. Klnri.la
38139 and file the original Answer or
other Pleading in the office ol the
Clerk of the Clrctflt Court on or be-
fore the nib day of April, 1964. li
you fail t.i do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you im
the relief demanded In tin- Complain!
un- Divorce.
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH ELORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED HI Miami
Florida, this nth da) of March, AD.
1964.
E. B. M3ATHERMAN, Clerk,
' Irctht ("..in i. I lade i 'mini.. Floi Ida
iCil'cuil i '.mi i Si al i
By: l. sni:|.;i ii;n. Deputy Clerk
K< I.MMEL .v i:i IERS
12" Lincoln Ro id
.Miami i;,... h, r'lorlda I
:: 13-20-27, I
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vJenislh fhrldKhMn
solicits your legal notice*.
Ws appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial Fit 3-4005
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKIIY GIVEN tin
the undersigned, desiring to engaf
in business under the fictitious nan
of mU'THEART CASUAL ll'KN
Tl 'RE CO., H 8701 Northeast 4t
Avenue, Miami. Florida Intend i
reglsti i- said name ith the I "li
of the Circuit Courl of Dade Cou
tv. Florida
CEBl! RATTAN OF FLORIDA, IN
HOWARD R. IIIRSCH
Attorney for Cebu Rattan of
Florida, Inc.
3 20-S7 I I-
NOTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thi
tin- undersigned, desiring to engat
I in business under the fictitious nan
"I ABBE JALOCSIE, AWNINi
"WINDOW AND DOOR en. ,i ::;
. N. W. ITth Avenue, Miami, mt. i
I I., register said name with the Clei
of | ||,. Ch, ml | 'Olirt of I 1,|. I.-
ty, Klorida.
MYRON I NATHAN
RUTH NATHAN
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OI\ EN Hi
ih, undesigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
PROFESSIONAL REALTORS .il l.v
East iih Avenue, HI ileah, Fla., I
tends lo register said name with tl
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dii
County, I'lnri.i ,.
Mm: n IN ANCHELL
I.
a li
on
N THE COUNTY UDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61873C
RE: Estate of
1SADORE SCHWARTZ, a k a
ISHinl; SCHWARTZ, a k a
isils iRjj] SCHWARTZ,
: "......-. .1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors nnd All Persons Hav-
ik Claims or Demands Against Said
mate:
You are hereby notified and re-
tired to present any claims and de-
iiinds which you maj have against
a estate of Isadore Schwartt, u k s
ldor Schwarta, a/k a Isidore Sch-
nrtg dei i-.-,i late of Dade County,
Ion, t.. Hi,, i'i.iiiiiv Judges of Dade
'"inty. and file Ihe same In dupll
'"' a- pi ,\ Idetl in s, .i |..ii
lorida Statutes, in their offli
' ..nun Courthouse in Dade Coun-
>. im hi.,. within six calendar months
the time if the first publication
uf, oi the same will he barred,
I'a ted at Mi i.ni. Florida, Ihli
li) ..I Mar h. a 11, 19 i
HI In ILPH SCHWARTZ
V Administrator
11 irst publication of this
I (fh DAVID IJEBM \.N
' i ney '' a- Admlnia rator
'- I'.. 1st Ave,
I'aaii. Klorida
I i 1-20-27, r;l
,.THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
' AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
.... ,. No. 62,525--A
l'-l'-: Estate of
1 AUL A. MACAROFF
n. eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
,. "'dltors ami .\ll Persons llnv-
^''ims ,,r Demands Against Said
'ou are hereby not We I -ind re-
,,'ii '"'"'fsent any claims and de-
'."''"''", K>u may have against
>! of PAUL A. MACAROFF
late ,,f 11.,.i.. County,
the County Judges of Dade
nty. and Me the same in
' and as provided In
'".Florida Statutes, In
W the County Co a'house in
1 onni,-, Florida, within six ,,l-
i ,"""''""" hereof, or the same
1 barred.
'""'" Miami. PWIda, this 19th
01 March, A.D. I9S4
> LEON A. EPSTEIN
Aj Administrator
"*t i.ubiieati,,,, f this notice mi
a. K;'s^,Ma"|, ,:""'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 2872
.1. s. CILEASOS, .lit., as Administrator
of Veterans Affairs, an Officer ol
the United States of America, and
his successors In such office, and
his or their aastena,
H.itntil'f.
vs.
CAKMELO SANCHEZ, el ux, et al,
i etenilanis.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Mt.MLi.. .->.m nr.li ami
HILDA SANCHEZ, Irs wife, if
liviiiu. Including any unknown
spouses of saiil Defendants if
the> have remarried* and If dead,
their unknown h.iis. devisees,
grantees, assignees, creditors,
henors, trustees, ami all otfiek
persona L-laiminjj by, through,
To:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No 64C 2456
IN THE MAT I'KK i IK THE
ADOPTION >K
j A NTH iNETTE I AVIS,
i A minor child.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
' Ti 1: CHRISTINE DAVIS
Coin,- Ni.. 1
Dh\ Isbro, i leorgla
YOU, CHRISTINE DAVIS, are
I hereby noiiiie.l that a Petition for
j Adoption has I..-, n filed in the above
gcyled Courl ami you are reciuiited to
'file ihe original answer or objections
to show cause why said petition
should mil i.e granted in the office
of ihe Clerk of the above styled Court,
ami ooples ih< iiiii i.n ihe uttorney for
Petitioners, oAKIjICY (1, smith.
I im N.W. North River Drive, Miami.
Il.riila. ..ii ..I- before the lllh day of
April, 1964,
i'h. re Is no known address of VE-
LENE JORDAN, the natural father,
ami after dlligenl s.ar.h, the Where-
I abouts ni VELENE JORDAN
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No b2349-
IN KIT: Estate ..r
i.. A. .ii i.n i:.-. also knnj n -
LESLIE ALLAN J( I.N ITS,
I leceasi .i.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i i. on. mid All Pel......s Hav-
ing Claims ..i li-iiiainis Against Said
I .- Hll
^ en are hei i by notified ami i equir-
.-ii in in-, s.ii*. an(\ L-luims ami de-
mentis ivhlt-h >ou ma> have against
un estate of 1. .\. Jt>.\ES, al.-.,
known as LESLIE ALI.A.s .hiNI.s.
j det-easetl late "i l>ude County, Plor- i NOTICE TO
ma. in iii,- t'ounu Judges .! UadelTo Ml t'l-etlltors
County, and file the same In dupil-1 i|avlng CIhIiiim or
, ai,. anil as provided in St-ction 13.18, | s ml Estate
Florida Statutes, in iht-lr oilices In | y..ii' .-,,. her
!the Coiiniv Courthouse in l>ade Ctiun- jnuired i'
\\. Hoi ma. within six calendar months I mil
IN
In
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP"
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62391 A
RE Estate of
.-AMI'ITI. I. CURTIS,
11. ci .- I.
CREDITORS
and ah i'ir-..
Demands Agaii
Hot
from tin
In i.-..;. ,
Kited
11......I t h
ir Ho- same
at Miami.
first publication
will In barred.
Horldn. i
.lav .a Mareh, A.D. I (nil.
A. .IA i CRISTOL
As Aoinliiis. i ator
Elrsl publli a ion <>f this not Ice
th. i.ali daj "I Man h. 1904.
A. .IA V CIUSTl IL
Aiiornev lor Atlmlnlstrator
i:'.ih Floor, I >.ni. Kederal lihlg.
.'1 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami. Flu.
;: IS-! '-:T.
i"i ii
pre
\\ hit h
notified
-nt any claims
I i.n may hai <
SAMIITI. L,
ami I.
anil .1
again
i "URTI
I ::
{eased
P'i'la. to
l'U|l|l-
ntion
iheir of-
under or against th
.nils, whoae rcsraences are un-
kuuu n:
YOU ARE IIITKLKV NOTIFIED
thai a still has been brought against
you by .1. IT uReasun, JR., a- Admin-
istrator of V'elorans Affairs, an Of-
ficer of the I'ii:.,1 States of Ameri-
ca, a ml his sut SSI -i l icfl '
ii.... ami his or Iheir assigns, to fore-
close a mortgage i i i rmni ring the fol-
low'ing ih s.i ii'i-it property, to-wlt:
l...t 9, in !$] k t, f CAKi il. CI'I'Y
LAKiT STEVEN ESTATES, ac-
cording in the plnl thereof, as re-
corded in rial I.....k 6.1, ai page
ill. of ih.- public i....i,ls ,,f Dade
i'.....i\. 1- ...i ids ii ".iTTHKIt
WITH: ';. B. Refrigerator RA
11T;
and veil are retiulred to file your
answi i w nil the Cli rk of the > 'Ir.
cult Courl of Halle i'ounl\. l-loilna.
at the Courthouse in Miami, Florida,
on or before April -". 1964, ami to
serve a copy of sm-h answer upon
Plaintiff's attorney, DAVID I'. CATS-
MAN, whosi address ;.- i"i East Flag-
ler street, Miami ::_'. norida, on or
before said date, as retiulred by the
laws of Floiiiia. It you fail to do so.
the complaint will be taken as con-
fessed by >mi ami a Decree Pro Con-
fesso Mill h.. entered against you
ior the relief demanded in the com-
plaint,
DATED this IJth .lav of March,
1964.
E. R. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: i'. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
DAVID 1'. CATSMA.N
im Kasi Fiagler Street
.Miami S3, Florida. 3/20-27 4:1-1(1
Defend- i lin.iMii.
is ll ii -
HEREIN PAIL Ni it. or the relief
requested b> tile Petilionera, shall be
^:anted.
DATED ih h 9th daj of March, 1964.
IT. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
: i he i 'il'i nil Court
(seal) IT- C. I\ COI-ITLAND
I ;iuty i :ierk
J. 13 20-27, I ::
a IN
: i n
for A.lminl
Ll
t""i Beabh, Fk>r
nooln it
oat:
si rat or
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN Ihnl
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under ihe fictitious name
of CHATEAU APARTMENTS al
,',:i Euclid Avenue, Miami
Beach, Plorlda, Intend to register
Bald name with the clerk of th. Car-
cult Court of Dade <'..nntv. Plorlda,
CIS KIKI VNI)
MOLLIE KURLAND
RICHARD A NELSON,
iii>", Lincoln Road,
Miami Beai ii. r ...
Attorneys for Chateau Inartments
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni .'nil. is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, in business under the fictitious name
.I A ,v I' SALES AGENCY at 5717
west Eighth si.....i. Miami. Flor-
ida Intends to register said name with
the Clerk ol Ihe ( ileail Colnt of Dalle
i 'mniiy. Florida,
HL.M TV AND BARBER
SUPPLIES, INC.
Attorni > s:
SHAPIRO, FRIEDA WITH.. Bsqs,
i"T Lm. .in Road- Suite l-B
.Miami Uc ich, Florida (313*
:; IS-20-27, 1,3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61480-C
In KIT: Estate of
BARBARA ANN MOROAN
Dei '-a sed,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Creditors and All Persons 11.IV-
ng claims ,.r Demands Agalaat baid
Estate:
You an- hereby notified anil re-
quired to present any claims ami de-
mands which ".un may have against
th, estate of BARBARA ANN Mi'R-
0 \N ii.. eased lat,- of I lade County,
Plorlda, to ih.. county Judges nf ia Coiinty. anil file the same in (lupll-
oate ami as provided in Section
733.18, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within si\ cal-
endar months from tin- time of he
first publication hereof, or th.- same
will b. barred.
Dateil at Miami, Florida, this !0th
i. -. ol Mareh. A.M. 1964,
ANN MOROAN
As Administratrix
IMi-t publication of this notice on
Un L'Tth day of Mareh, 1964,
K( IVNER A.- MANNHEIMER
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 2776
RUSSELL II. .1' INES,
Plaintiff,
-\ s- ,
MINNiLOU I' iNITS.
Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Till', MINNILor JoNKS, III., Jim |
Street, Duncan, Oklahoma, are re-
quired tn file your answer lo lh
Complaint for Divorce with the c|*rk !
of the above styled courl and sei\e
a copy thereof upon il.Al DIT M.
BARNES; 303 Calumet Bhtg., Mhimi.
Fin mi 1.1 before ihe 3utli da] oi |
April, 1964, otherwise the complain!
will i.e taken a- confessed by yi u,
I'. ..i this iittii day of March, U64
IT B. LEATHERMAN,
. : k of il-ellit I -..lilt
B) :C L. ALEXANDER,
11. putj Co rk
:l I'"-.? i :: in
th.- ratal
deceased late f Dade County, Floi
iiia. to Hi. County Judges nf Dm
County, ami ll!.- the sain......lupl
.at.- ami as proviiliil in Section 7:::i. I
Florida Kiututes, in their offices
ihe County Courthouse in Dade Com
ly, Florida, within six caiendi
months from m,. time of the fir
publication hereof, or the same
b. barred.
Bated at Miami, I lorida, this 1|
day of March, A.D. 1964.
s BERTHA CURTIS
RERTHA CCIITIS, alao known a,
BIRDIE CURTIS
\s Isi-elltrlx
lirst publication ..t mis notlci
tin- -.'nth day of March, 1M4.
\RONOVITZ, SILVER ,-v BCHER
Attorneys for [faecutrlx
607 Ail si J B llldlng, Miami. Fla.
:: 2U--J7 4 :l-'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
N 3. 62428 B
In RE: Estate ul
NETTIE CENDER,
I '. a- ll.
CREDITORS
ami All I', is. in
l lemanda Against
NOTICE TO
All creditors
or
Altol
for Admlnlstrs trix
phi l uipont Plata Center
Miami, i-iorl.l.i
Tl
11 i \ inu i 'l.i.ms
Saul IT-:.it
Veil ai,- hereby notified ami re- i
qnlred to preee.il any rldlms and de- I
in..inis which you maj have against!
thi .-slat.- of NETTIE CENDERl
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, 'i. ihe County Judges of Dade
County, ami 'il.- the sain,, in dupli-
cate ami as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Ktatutea, In their offices in'
tin- Count) Courthouse in Daib- Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the firs:
publication hereof, or th.- sums will
ii,. barred.
i.ileil at Miami. Florida, this l'lth.
day of March, A.D. 1964,
ISIDORE CENDER
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
th.- 2"th day of Mareh, 1964,
FREDERICK /.ITICITU
Attorney for Isidore Cender
42ii Lincoln Road 9 -'"-T7 I .'. HI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. iN CHANCERY
No. 64C 2671
THE w ii .li \ msi:iki;ii
SAVINOS HANK,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
BOUn LAS GORDON STEVENS,
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I left nilnnt.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tl i I loualns ii ..a si, vena ind
Marianne P Stevens, his wife,
617 Lake Shore Boulevard
Roi-hesti r, New York
You ai i In r, bj notified that I
above aniii'iiiii action has l.....n Insti-
tuted againsi you in th.- Circuit Com
. Kiev inn Judicial circuit i
. in anil for I lade County t .
foreclose i mortgage upon the tollov
Ins desi ribeil n al property:
Lol v. Bloek wksthavi:
HEIGHTS, according to the Pla
Ihe...... r. cordi u in Plat Book 60 ;.
Page :i nf ih.- Public Records
Bade County, Florida, together wit
Hot Water llaio. Venetian Blind
Cone. Garbage Bin w/Cans; an
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cierk of the aforesaid Court, an
serve a .....ly thereof upon plaintiffs
at tome j Martin pine, ltih fiooi
Dade Federal lluililinc, Miami :l.
Florida, not utter than April 14, i:n'..
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I- red aaui Insi you.
DATED: March in. 1964.
E i:. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(s.al) l!y. MARGUERITE MORFORL
IH-piitj Clerk
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liih Floor Bade Federal Bide.
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Unong special prizes awarded at the Tuesday lunch-
sen of the Young Women's Division of Combined Jewish Ap-
peal was this one-of-a-kii.d Itclian import stuffed animal, donat-
ed '.hrough the courtesy of Jordan Marsh. Left to riqht are
5tc:i Earned, Jordcn Marsh boys' wear buyer, presrntma the
r.ginal import to little Sonnie Berger, her mother, Mrs.
Vciclph Berger, and chairman of the luncheon, Mrs. D. Law-
X Sherman.
Setting of the Wonderful World of CJA Women's Division
[.uncheon at the Algiers Hotel is enhanced by the following
seders of thic event which raised SI 1,000 for the Women's
ivisicn campaign. Lef*. to light are Co-Charman Mrs. David
Unaker. Chairman Mrs. Jack Katzman. and Co-Charmen
rs. Sol Silveimai: and Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag.
n
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bv ISABEL GRCVE
JACOB SHIR


" ^Jewish Floridliain
Miami, Florida, Friday, April 3. 1964
Sec'ion 3
Chai Luncheon Set for Tuesday
Members of leading organiza-
tion* in the community arc in
cieasing their active support oni
1' 'ia!f ol Combine.) Jewish Appeal
and responding to the invitation
to attend the Women's Division
traditional Chai Luncheon at the
Eden Roe Hotel on Tuesday, it
was announced bj Mrs. Jean C.
Lehman, chairman.
Among the women planning to
make this "special occasion" are
Mrs Sam Wieseri and Mrs, Larry
Friedland, Decorating Committee
co-chairmen; Mrs Maxwell Hy
man, reservations chairman; and
Mrs. Sol Goldstein, program chair-
man.
Daniel Neal Heller, national
eomman cr of the Jewish War Yet
erans. and Florida chairman ol the
National UJA Young Leadership
Cabinet, who has recently return
MARY SHlt
Prominent Miamians, Jacob
and Mar} sher. entertaining at
a family dinner party Sunday in
honor ol his 75th birthday .
At least L'j to 30 relatives from
Louisville, K>.. Sher's home-
town, are expected to join local
family to do honor to the be-
loved and vigorous Jacob mark
Ing three quarters oi a century
ol life .
Among guests will be his sis
tcr. Mrs. Kae Jacobstein. and
the former Mary Fowler- sister
and brother. Mrs. Martha Byrne.
James Fowler and his wife.. .
On Saturday, the same group
will celebrate a milestone in the
life of still another relative
Monty Gordon, who will be Bar
M.i/vab at Temple Israel .
His parents. Peggy and Stuart
Cor. on. will honor him at a huge
party in their home Saturda>
night .
A well known horse breeder.
Sher is a lormer president ot
West Plagler Kennel Club ... A
M'aml resident for the past 35
years, he's a member of Beth
David and has been affiliated
with Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. Jewish Home for the
Aged, and is a founder and trus-
tee of Mt. Sinai Hospital .
Happy, happy birthday, and
many more.
Their 4.>th wedding anniver-
sary celebrated by longtime res
identa Tillie and David Frankel.
of 8948 Abbott Ave on Mar. 30
. The Krankels. who came
here from New York City in
1046. have three children, and 10
grandchildren, with an 11th on
the way Son Bernard and
daughter Norma (Mrs. Oscar
Continued on Page 6-B
td from important meetings in
Washington, D. C. will be guest
speaker.
Mrs Lehman announced that
additional members ol the commit
tee include Mrs, Bernard Abel,
xr.-v Lin Duntov, Mrs. Mover Egg
nitz, Mrs. Charles P. Peinberg,
Mrs Morton Pellman, Mrs. Em.- -
uel Goldstrich, Mrs Milton Gre
Mrs, Irving Kaplan. Mrs. Floren
Kupperman, Mrs. Allied Iteic i
Mrs. Donald Rubin, Mrs. Lar
ilverman, Mrs Sol Silverma
Mrs. Gerald Soltz, Mrs. Alfr
ilone ar.d Mrs. Philip Thau.
Book Review Series Ending
Mi
dent
Ema
PTA
two
the
l ok
8:30
Dr
The
Alexander Kogan, presi- and subscribers
of Sisterhood of Temple ring a guest tree
mi El, an Mrs. Robert Frank, tickets.
re
on
in\ ited
their -
president, announce that the
organizations will CO-sponsor
final session of the current
review -erics on Tuesday at
p.m.
. Irving Lehrman will review
Fanatic." by Meyer Levin.
To bs held at the North Brai
Building, 77th St. and Duke -
Ave., a reception will follow th<
program.
Mrs. Leonard Abramson a id
Mrs. Seymour Alterman are i >
chairmen of the series.





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*Jewi
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
He's in the Faded Pages of a
Mrs. II a r r y
Kapell sat on
the sun dappled
balcony of her
apartment at 3177
So. Ocean Dr..
and told about
the day God took a holiday.
Some ten years ago. a plane
crashed in San Francisco and
William Kapell. age thirty-one.
lather of two small children, and
one of the greatest pianists in
the world, was dead. He had
just appeared with Pablo Casals
at the Prades Festival and in
Australia, where he gave forty
concerts in fifteen weeks. His
letters home were filled with
plans for concerts, plans to rec-
ord concertos and solo works,
plans to learn new works, and
plans for teaching at the Juilhard
School in New York.
He Would Run
Greater Miamians still recall
with a twinge of painful nostal-
gia his electric concerts here
with the University of Miami
Symphony.
"He always had big plans."'
said Mrs. Kapell. "Even as a
little fellow growing up in
Miami, he had a strong will. 1
would take him to the park, and
he would follow a bird to hear
his song, and I would follow him.
He would snatch a flower to
know its secret. The other lit-
tle boys were made to sit and
behave. Me. 1 let him run.
When he was a little fellow, he'd
sit on the floor in the parlor and
listen to Caruso on the victrola.
He tried to imitate Caruso. Lat-
er, when he was famous, he used
to say. "A piano has to sound
like the human voice of Caruso.'
Yes, that's what he used to
say. I'll never forget when he
was two and a half, we went to
the country for the summer. At
the hotel was a lady who liked
MR. AND NIKS. HAW KAPEU
their son is o memory
to play the piano in the after-
noons. She didn't play real good
musicyou know, the popular
classics. Well, every afternoon
he used to sit on the piano bench
with her. He'd stroke her arm
and say, 'Pay more.' He couldn't
say play.' He'd say. 'Pay more.
Willie like it.'
He Always Sang
One day. a teen-age boy
came. He sat down and playe
Then I heard Willie scream. He
screamed and screamed. I came
running. He cried. Get olf the
piano,' he told the boy. Don't
pay.' The boy was playing jazz.
You know he always sang when
he played, even at concerts. He
had a good voice. When he was
live and in kindergarten, they
put him in a school play. He
held an imaginary violin in his
hanc's and sang. T wish I had
a fiddle."
In and living room walls of the
apartment were William Kapoll's
paintings. He wrote poetry and
painted, too. God gives genius
in huge handsful. and William
Kappcll had genius, above all
lor the piano.
-I used to have to lock the
piano," said Mrs. Kapell. "so
he'd stop practising. When he
was little, he was sick. You
know meascls, mumps, bron-
chitis. I was afraid 1 was
afraid I wouldn't keep my Willie.
You know when he was eight
he could pick out an entire
opera score on the piano alter
listening to it on the radio
Imagine. Ho always loved kxI
music.
Scholarship at Sixteen
"When he was sixteen, he
a scholarship to the Philadelphia
Conservatory. Then he went on
to JuiUiard. He was good in
French and Engli'h at JuiUiard.
He worked hard. .- > hard. I us< d
to tell h m. 'Willie don't work
so hard' lie didn't listen. There
was nothing hall u aj about him.
He was alw aj excited. He ha I
to be perfect, to play perfectly.
We never pushed Willie. For us
he didn'l have lo be great. For
us he "a- our Willie. That was
enough,
"But let me tell von .
Scrapbook
him Once, when he was to
plaj with a famous conductor.
he arrived in the city to find
the conductor had rehearsed the
wron8 concerto. He never said
a word. That night, he looked
himself in a music studio and
learned a whole new concerto.
In one night, he learned it.
Imagine The conductor could
hardlj believe it. Once, he was
scheduled to record the Brahms
Sonata No. 3 in D Minor with
Jascha Heifet*. He'd never play-
ed ii before. So he got a friend
to rehearse with hmi. In four-
teen hours, he learned that
sonata, imagine."
The mother turned the pages
Of a scrapbook. Pictures of Wil-
liam Kapell in his studio, at his
Steinway, with his children, with
his brother, were scattered about
the table and floor.
He Loved Israel
"Pictures I got," said the
mother. "Pictures. That's all."
Furiously, she thumbed through
the album. "When he played in
Israel he < Id mne encores
Imagine He loved the people
in Israel. He wrote me, I play
my heart out for them Imag-
ine. So lie played lhe piano,
and everybodj came to listen.
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you made them yourself.

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WIUIAM KAPIU
genius in flight
And they came to crj
grave. Jose Iturl.i cried it -'
grave. I didn't cry Itur"r>i said
we've lost a great artist, Mt_
I lost my Willie."
She took a record ou- g| i
cabinetHeifetz and Kapel. pla\
ing Brahms. "Everybody who
listened to my Willie never [
got. Everybody listened. Thtj
nere forgot him Onl> God lot-
got to listen. Only Cod ;orK
him."
She turned away and
her face with the lorn, iia^
record. The record -puke mort
than she could say An ur.t*
of the world-faniou- piai
Abraham Wolfson, ol th<
Outdoor Forum. do< all the Id
ing about "little VVillii
days. Only he talks
great young Kapi II md his inj
edy. And it takes urage tq
to do that.

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+Js*i$t> Fk>ridiar)
Page 3-B
(adassah Kennedy Memorial Luncheon
iWil! Hear Mrs. Epstein on Monday
Beach Chapter of Ilaclas-
. msoring a tribute lunch-
t, n ; flFS John Fitzgerald Ken
\ Memorial Building of the
.h Hebrew University Med-
ical Center in Fin Karem, Israel.
Chaired by Mrs. Ellis Amdur.
jde t ent" is scheduled for Mon-
ti Apr. 6, al the Doral Beach
Jotcl Iladassah members and
fiends will be given an opportu
ll| have their names inscribed
[. tht Memorial Building to dcm-
lii-n. their belief "in the ideals
jr.,I aspirations ol our late, great
| i -i nt.""
Mrs Nat Berth, president, Mi-
ami Beach Chapter of Iladassah.
jili introduce the principal speak-
ni the afternoon, Mrs. Mosea
Ep-tein, oi the national Hadas-
I ice.
[Mrs Epstein, frequently de-
Iribi as "a dynamic leader of
er people," is at present serv-
L ,i- national wills and bequest
iairn an of Iladassah.
fl-iirr er editor of the Iladassah
Newsletter" and member of the
|nrlc Zionist Actions Committee,
fomen's Program
fet at Variety
You Ready for the Ques
is the subject of a talk
given by Mrs. Edward Mel-
.resident of the Association
. rida Hospital Auxiliaries.
will head the program of
Variety Children's Hospital
j's Committee at a meeting
y noon in the Alpine Koom
Lucerne Hotel.
Melniker, a past president
committee, is presently
- to the Candy Stripers, a
eer group of teen-agers who
at the hospital.
iety'8 Women's Committee
ivides support for the hospital
lough fund-raising programs and
Iducts volunteer projects.
'resident is Mrs. George Lewis.
Mrs. E] st< in was national chair-
man of lj| la pah's co ver.ti in
. held in Denver in iST, and again
i.-i 1M2 when the convention was
I held in Pittsburgh, Pa.
she has been in Israel 21 times,
| her latesl \i-it in 1963, when she
j served as chairman Of dedication
, ceremonies of the "Mother and
Child Pavilion."
A past national president of
iladassah. during her more than
three decades of public service,
Mrs. Epstein has traveled to vir-
tually every Jewish community in
this country, and has attended
every important Zionist meeting
in the United States and abroad
Serving with Mrs. Amdur are
Cl Chairman, Mrs. Fred Jonas; ar-
rangements committee, Mrs Hal-
oid Melnick; program chairman.
Mrs Henry Ii. Wernick.
Singing of Hativah and Star-
Spangled Banner will he by Joyce
Farber, accompanied by Olga Bi-
, bor Stern.
Program will include excerpts
from the "Three Penny Opera"
with members of the original cast.
"Al
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be
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Fl
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lusical Comedy
[lasses to Start
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series of the Roy Oliver
al comedy classes will Mart
nday, Apr. 5, at the Miami
vatory, and are open to all
pom pre-teens to adults.
course will run for five con-
Sundays, and will be five
ng, starting al 12:30 p.m.
es u ill be taughl by mem-
n the faculty Of the Miami
atory, Oliver is in charge
.. classes
Oliver will conduct the
(lasses. Laura Hose May
reel the dancing classes,
rry North will be musical
aving for Convention
(Mr- Harrj Rosenblatt, national
esident, Women's American
and expansion chairman for
arn area. Mrs. Florence
. member of the \u
Field Expansion Commit-
I region vice president;
iS, William Fishman. Re-
e president, will leave lor
I. 0., to attend a nation-
' ir board meeting at the
v i' Inn on Apr. :> to 7.
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Asthma Group
Holds Luncheon
First annual membership lunch-
eon ol the Miami Beach Chapter
of the Asthmatic Children's Foun-
dation uji. hejd at Waldman's.lfc)-
tel. The chapter was founded by
Mrs. Milton Koch as the lirst chap-
ter of the Foundation.
Chairman of the luncheon was
Mrs. Milton Koch, and co-chair-
man was Mrs. Milton*Ehrenreich. ... _
Mrs. Jack Rosenblatt and Miss WeiZmanil BratlCh
Lorraine Newberg were in charge
of tickets. Mrs. Max Rosenblatt is
chairman in charge of the sale of
bricks to raise money lor "Shrine
of Hope." Mrs. Jerry Resnick is
president.
Sorority Dinner Dance
Members ol the Omega Delta Psi
Sorority held its annual dinner
dance in the Casanova Room of
the Deeuville Hotel on Satui lay.
According to Mi-- Sunnie Gozan-
am 60 pei sons were prSWTfl
to see the Eddie Fisher Show.
danced to the music ut i.e.- Rhode
and enjoyed the dancing ol Hal
Loman and Ruth Lawrence
Meeting Tuesday
To Hear Rabbi
In tribute to the $250,000 Resi-
dential Treatment Center being
erected in No. Miami Beach by the
Foundation, contributions of S672
w e r e spontaneously volunteered
by members and guests.
Miami Beach Chapter of the
Asthmatic Children's Foundation
participated i n recent ground
breaking ceremonies for the new
Center and sponsored the educa-
tional Open Forum held at the
Mercantile National Bank conduct-
Hall and Miami Beach Mayor cci by Dr. Nelson Zivitz. chairman
Melvin Richard. of the Medical Advisory Board.
MBS. MOSES EPSTEIN
Distinguished guest- who will at ,
tmd include Congressman Claude
Pepper, Dade County Mayor Chuck
Chaim Weizmann Branch of
Farband will hold a regular meet-
ing on Tuesday. 8 p.m.. at the
Washington Federal Auditorium,
Normandy Isle.
Rabbi Morris Skop. of Temple
Beth Shirah, will be guest speaker
on "Remembering Not to Forget."
His talk will commemorate the
anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto
uprising.
Mrs. Doris Medcove will be hos-
tess for the evening in honor of
her new grandchild Chairman of
the branch is Moe Levin.
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Friday. April 3, 1964
Youth Group Has
Panel Sessions
Youth Group of Temple Beth
an ;ittiliato of the National
ederation of Temple Youth, is 1
Iding a series of panel discus-
ins conducted by the group
1 embers and moderated by Syl-
: in Holtzman. advisor of the
. oup. and Ellis Robins, adminis-
ative director of the Temple.
The first session dealt with
Vhat Do I Look for in Judaism?"
; le second panel, to be held Mon- j
iy, will deal with 'Responsibili- j
s."
The third panel, on Apr. 20. will |
, al with the topic of "What
? lould be My Attitude Toward the
iposite Sex?"
The group meets every Monday
ening, 7:30 p.m.. in the Youth
L mnge. It is open to boys and
. rls in the ninth grade and up.
hose parents are members of
e Temple.
Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach
Will Install Officers at Luncheon Apr. 10
Women' Cancer League 01 Mi-
ami Beach will hold an installation
brunch on Knday. Apr. 10, 11:30
a.m.. at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs.
Jerome Rado will be installed as
president for a second term.
The League has supported can-
cer research and treatment al lit.
Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami
since 1959. In conjunction with the
Damon Runyon Fund, it has in-
stalled vital pieces of equipment
for cancer diagnosis, treatment,
and research, such as a Cobalt
Bomb. Magna-Scanner, Mammo-
gram, and a Superficial X Kay
Machine
The League also provides a first I
and second-year fellowship, and
maintains beds tor indigent and
terminal cancer patients.
Mrs Jean C. Lehman will be in-
stalling officer.
Incoming officers are: honorary-
chairman of the board. Mrs. Rob
ert Z Greene: honorary vice-
president. Mrs. Joseph Segal: vice
presidents, Mrs Leon Manheimer.
Mrs Harold Soglovitz, Mrs. George
Lewis. Mrs. Morris Gidney and
Mrs Melvyne Sommers; treasurer.
Mrs Irving Rubin; secretaries.
Mrs Jules Stark. Mrs. Robert
Grossman, Mrs. Robert Frank
tors Harold Oster, Mrs. Howard
Grove, Mrs. Betty fiaegotf'fik.*
Lit Blasberg and Mrs. Shrila \'wtl
kell; chaplain. Mrs Charles Get
ler; parliamentarian. Mrs Fth i
Gerson.
I'a.-t presidents. Advisory Board
are Mrs Mickey Kraus, Mrs \
Schonfeld and Mrs l-'i.,:.,,., : '.',."
Honorary members are Mrs 1W
lice Levin. Mr. and Mrs Juin,,
Resnick.
Chairman of the dav
Robert Grossman
is Mrs,
Hebrew-Speaking Group
Chug Ivri. Hebrew speaking
group of North Miami Beach, wil;
meet on Wednesday, 2:30 p.m., a;
Temple Ner Tamid. Discussion
will follow a talk on "Zionisir
Before and After the Founding 0:
the State of Israel" by Paul Lich
ter.
MRS. 1CROME BdDO
VICTOR UVINC
NOW!
KOSHER
SLICED
CORNED BEEF
Victor Levine
Running For
Juvenile Judge
Victor Levine has announced his
candidacy for Ju the : uv<
nUe : I Domesl R( lat 1 ourt
Dade County.
Levine has been active in nu
merous 1 h it
ti ns
A Miami tor more than
ears coming 1 e fro
York, Lei ini ,
the University ol M 1 mi I
School in 1937 He was pre6iden1
oi the Dade County Juvenile \-
sociation in li'42. and president
Ol the University Oi Miami Law
School Alumni for four terms.
He was a member of the Uni-
ted States Coast Guard Reserve,
7th Naval District, from 1942 to
1946, receiving his discharge as
a chief petty officer. He also
served as legal aid advisor to the
7th Naval District.
He taught school at St. Theresa's
Catholic School in Coral Gables
and was a member of the Big
Brother Movement. Before coming
to Miami. Levine was a member
ot the University Settlement, a j
social welfare agency for under-
privileged children, and a member
of the Boys' Club of New York.
Recently, Levine was appointed
as special advisor to the President's
Committee on Juvenile Delinquen-
cy and Youth Crime, and has been
active in the Welfare Planning
Council of Dade County.
In 1959. he was president of the
Variety Club of Greater Miami.
Married and the father of four
sons, he has been actively engag-
ed in the practice of law since
1937.
CORNED BEEF
FRANKFURTERS
SALAMI
BOLOGNA
WILN0 KOSHER
SAUSAGE CO.
(of Chicago)
MIAMI BRANCH
2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE
Phone FR 1-6551
Hadassah Units
Plan Programs
Lazarus Group ot Hadassah is
calling a special evening meeting
for Thursday, Apr. 9. 8 p.m.. at
the Washington Federal Bank on
Normandy Isle.
A specially-prepared program
will honor Hadassah husbands. 1
The newest Hadassah lilm. "In
the American Tradition," will be
shown. Refreshments will be serv-
ed. President of the group i- Mrs.
Norman Meyers.
Hannah Senesch Group will hold
a regular luncheon meeting at the
Algiers Hotel on Wednesday noon,
Apr. 8. Mrs Dorothy Krieger Fink
will give a humorous reading on
life in Israel. Acting president is
Mrs. Henrietta Lorber.

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Friday, April 3, 19:.:
3n the rCea/m of Society
Norman Miles. Maxine Green in Wedding Rites
Wedding vows were exchanged
\ axine Jo Green and Norman
B. Miles on Saturday, Mar, 21
Xhi thi lighter oi Mr.
am! Mrs, Miiton J. Green, 1120
h si Baj Harbour Islands, and
nadaughter ol Mrs Fred OH-
,, an ; Mrs. Helen Green.
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated
at the evening nuptials held in the
Algiers Hotel A reception and
dinner in the hotel followed the
ceremony.
The bridal gown was a floor-
length Trigere original of imported
pcau de soie designed with a
molded bodice and appliqued with
imported reembroiderel alencon
lace enhanced with clusters and
sprays of tiny seed pearls.
The same motif was repeated on
the three-tiered pouf bustle. The
bouffant French illusion veil flow-
ed from a halo of lace and pearls.
and the bridal bouquet was made
up of white phalenopsis orchids
carried on a white lace Bible.
Maid of honor was Barbara Lyn
Green, the bride's sister. Other at-
tendants included Lyn Pearl, Dava
rfunkel, Louise Angel. Mrs.
Ilcn:!Id Sieden and F.Ida Mildwoll.
Debra Beth Green, also the bride's
jerald Mager, Donald Farber,
ertsi n an l
Sji raj ushered,
Now a ticin attorne> in
am is
the in oi Mr. and Mrs. George
Mildwoff, 151X1 Ba> Rd He is
graduate < I Babson Institute in
Bosti n and ol the University ol
Miami Law School, He is a mem-
ber oi the Elks and the Civic
League.
His wife graduated from Miami
Beach Senior High and attended
the University ol Florida
Following a cruise on the SS
Hanseatic to San Juan. St. Thomas
and Nassau, the newlyweds will
live at 1500 Bay Rd.
m>
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MISS JUDITH GOLD
Member Drive
Luncheon Slated
For Foundation
Florida Women I >
tional Parkinson Foundai
:.. its annual meml" |
and luncheon on Wed: i
^t the Algiers Hotel
Entertainment ill real -;
Henry Balaban, accompar
Beii Duckworth
Chairmen of the
Mrs Ci i'i Coleman and M
ney Weinatock Mrs Jai :
is president.


Werner-Halm
MRS. NORMAN B. MlltS
sister, served as junior brides
maid. Stephanie Dressman as
[lower girl, and Michael Dress
man as ring bearer.
Best man to the bridegroom was
Jerald Dressman. Steve Goldberg,
Leonard Hollander, David Berg,
Couple Honored
At Dinner Here
Mr and Mrs. Elmer Bregman. of
10281 E, Bay Harbor Dr.. Ba> Har-
bor Island, announce the 11
ment of their daughter. Joan Ruth,
to David Victor, son of Mr, and
Mrs Anton Komreich, 1420 Michi-
gan Ave
Miss Bregman. a graduate ol
Miami Beach High School, is now
Socialite ... tu Isabel C/rove
Continued from Page 1-B
Dorfman) live in Manhattan with
their families .
Another daughter. Anita, and
husband, Dr. Stanley Kessel,
now live in Hollywood Here
the north lor the occasion,
Tillies sister and brother-in-law.
Mr and Mrs. Harry Cohen. Lyn-
brook. L.I.. David's three broth-
er-;. Philip and wife, localites
Mr and Mrs, Irving M, Frankel
and Meyer H Frankel. honorary
lite president ol Temple Kmanu
El.
*,
Dr. Isaac Alcalay, chief Rab-
bi of the Sephardic Jews of the
State of New York, attending
Sephardic Jewish Center ol
Greater Miami during the Pass-
in er holidays .
The Louis. Ron and Norton
Ballot families celebrated the
Fas-over Seder at the Eden Roc
with three less than 100 rela-
tives sharing the festive board .
l'reholiday cocktail party and
buffet dinner for 40 at the home
of Arlene and Larrie S. Blas-
berg attended by local and out-
of-town guests and relatives
Patriarchal guest of honor at
a recent brunch. 94 -year-old
Charles D. Hart, former Chi-
cagoan Held in the Harbour
House Restaurant, his daughter
and son-in-law, Ruth and Leon-
ard Levinson, were hosts .
Gathered to enjoy the occasion
with Hart were Mr. and Mrs.
David Ginsberg. Mr and Mrs.
Ed Blaha. Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Levinsohn, Dr. and Mrs. Joe
Bennett.
Bowing to the current trend.
Jean and Abe Eisenberg have
taken an apartment at the Oliver
House which will be ready
around the beginning of Octo-
ber Residents here since
the 30's, the Eisenbergs have
lived in their lovely Surlside
home for 14 years Abe was
recently guest of honor at a tes-
timonial dinner celebrating the
30th anniversary of Beth Jacob
"Wake I'p Younger."' book by
localites Dr. Samuel Gertman
and Helen Alpcrt. being prepar-
ed for serialization in 12 foreign
countries by a world features
syndicate.
MEMORIAL DAY
COMMEMORATING THE
SIX MILLION JEWISH MARTYRS
Arranged by the Labor Zionist Council
Every Jew Should Attend
THURSDAY, APRIL 9th at 7:30 P.M.
DILIDO HOTEL, One Lincoln Road
RABBI LEON KRONISH Principal Speaker
PROMINENT ARTISTS
SARAH & SAM FERSHKO MICHL GIBSON
CANTOR MORDECAI YARDEINI
JOSEPH P. ZUCKKMAN
National farband Representative
HARRIET GREEN
President, Council Pioneer Women
MISS JOAN CRIGMAN
a junior at the University of Mi-
ami, majoring in elementary edu-
cation Her sororit) is Alpha Epsi-
Ion Phi, and her other activities
include College Board and ROTC
Princess.
Komreich, a graduate ol the He-
brew Academy and Miami Beach
High, received his BA degree from
the University of Miami He i>
presently attending Neu York Uni-
versity Law School, where his
legal fraternity is Phi Delta Phi.
The bride-elect's parent- honor-
ed the couple at a dinner tor the
immediate families at the Fon-
tainebleau,
Temple Israel
Players on Board
Public i> united to Temple Is
rael Player's production ol "Tlu
Time nt the Cuckoo." bj Arthur
Laurents, on Apr u. 12 and 18 I
8.40 p.m.. in the Wolfsi \
torium.
Cast are Mr- Victor Fame. Dr
Edward Kanter, Mr and Mrs Mel
Hecht. Mrs. Lawrence Gartenberg,
Claudia Portnoy, Mrs. Jeanette
Levy. Victor Fame. David Kr.i
marsky and Scott Barrett.
Mrs James Lewy Is in charge of
tickets
U of M Students
Are Betrothed
Miss Judith Ellen Cold and
Stuarl Xussbaum, both students al
the I niversity ol Miami, are be-
trothed
Ann ol thi
ment is le by thi
parents Mr and Mrs Robcrl
5U J8I SI Pan nts of
the prospective bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs N thai S -
l< it. rson Avi
A graduate ol Mia ni Sei High,
the I niversity
ol Florida and will graduate nexl
year from the University ol Miami
ml oi Education
Her fiance is an aiumnus of Mi-
ami Beach High and will graduate
in January from the University ol
Miami Business School
MizrachT Offers
Film of Projects
At Zamora
"Marching Toward Tomorrow,"
a color 111111 portraying Mizrachi
Women's project- in Israel, will
be the feature ol the Wednesdaj
: the Kinnerel Chapter
at Ti at 8 30 p m.
Mrs Alfred Stone, Florida co-
itor for Mizrachi Women.
and ., meml* r of the national
. resent the film and
lead sion ol it
i -- portion of the meeting
will b< presided ver bj Mrs
Sophie Schrager
EEECE3
Shows
Co-tir
from '
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ANTHONY ALLEN
CAROLINE CARPENT ER
LEON SCHACHTER & GITEl SUM
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ON SCREEN
"THREE DAUGHTERS
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with
Michl Rosenberg
Charlotte Oolditi
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Friday. April 3. 1964
CAROL
Time changes a cunning little plump girl into a
gracious, slim woman of the world. Carol Courshon
moved Irom her home town of Cleveland, 0., to Miami
Beach, where she was an A-student with the though)
of Wellesley in her head. Life at Miami Beach Senior
High School pul such thoughts right out of her head
here, as well as being president of her class. It was then
that she met her future husband,
Arthur Courshon. who was going
to school in Gainesville.
Carol went to Wesleyan Col-
lege in Macon, Ga. Then came
he war. and no more college for
ami. Her engagement to Ar-
thur was announced, and sin
months later they were married.
Arthur was a B-24 bomber pilot.
Hid the young Carol traveled to
be with him wherever she could
Barbara was an army baby
Carol remembers fondlj how she
used to lug Barbara in a basket
in one hand: in the other w a a
basket with baby foods and for-
mulas. The baby is now grown
up aged to Micnael Mills who. a- a prospective
lawyei :::- righl into the Courshon family picture
Carol learned how to housekeep the hard waj
scratch. I'm she was so grateful thai she
with her husband thai she viewed the world
glasses, enjoying every new move
thc\ nd every new friend thej mel After the
war, the) settled in Miami Beach, where Dede was born.
Arl look a refreshei course and Carol stu ied righl al
with him. Ten years ago, a whole new way ol life open
r the Courshons when Arthur became an international
representative for the United States Savings and Loan
League lo Peru, Chile. Africa and South America Here
tofore. Carol had been actively identified with National
Council ol Jewish Women. Parent Teacher Association and
Sisterhood oi Temple Beth Sholom. now she switched her
affiliations and interests. She and the children have gone
with Arthur on his OtllClal visits and proved excellent at
public relations. In Johannesburg. South Africa, when the
Courshons called for their elder daughter who was visit-
ing, they waited patiently while she finished rolling up
her hostess" hair. In Chile, a worried father wanted to
know if sixteen-year-olds wore eye make-up in the United
States, and the Courshons became experts in their eyes
in American values.
Carol's job. when she goes on trips with her husband,
is to remember names and faces, which she does well.
She has always enjoyed working with children. Despite
the vast changes ID her life, she still spends twice a week.
when -he is in town, working with the blind and deaf
children in the service program of National Council ot
Jewish Women.
Art flies his own plane, and Carol is content to go
along, having no ambition to be a pilot. They frequently
fly up to their ranch in Sebring. the R after T. where they
relax
"I am what 1 am because of my hsuband," says Carol
proudly "] want to be available at all times to help
him. I have my place, and because he is so wonderful
he makes me feel that I am important to him. not only
as a wife and mother, but also in his work."
Hess. Abbott
Plan June Rites
A June wedding is planned by
Miss Mary Phyllis Abbott an I IV
ter Allen Hess. Engagement is an-
nounced by the future bride's
parents. Mr, and Mrs. Jack A,
Abbott. She is the granddaughter
ol Mr. and Mrs. William J. Pascoe.
A former student at the Univer-
sity of Texas, the bride-elect will
receive a degree in Home Econom-
ics from Simmons College in Bos-
ton on June 6. She is a member of
Sigma Delta Tau Sorority.
Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Peter E Hess, is a 1960 graduate
of the University of Illinois
Following their wedding o n
June 20 at the Ambassador East
Hotel in Chicago, the couple will
live in Chicago, where the prospec-
tive bridegroom is in business
Goldstein, Jacobs
Exchange Vows
Chapel at Temple Menorah was
the setting for the late afternoon
nuptials uniting Phyllis Goldstein
and Gary Paul Jacobs on Thurs-
day, Mar. 26.
Rabbi Mayer Abraniowitz offici-
ated at the ceremony, winch was
followed by cocktails and dinner
at the Seville Hotel
Attended by her sister. Mrs Rob-
1 ert Goldman, the bride wore a
jiown of alencon lace and -ilk or-
ganza styled with a panel of ap-
plique lace Irom the scalloped
neckline to the hem. and a chapel
train tell irom a poul at the back
w a 1st
Thi' short -leeved bodice featur-
ed a high rise waistline accented
with a silk tailored bow The mul-
ti-tiered silk illusion veil was held
In a cluster of lace appliqucd Her-
ds, and the bridal bouquet was
ma '< up oi w hite roses
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Mor-
ris Goldstein, of University City.
Mu.. newlywed Mrs. Jacobs i- a
graduate ol Washington University
in St. Louis, and a member ol
Kappa Delta Pi. honor society, and
Sigma Delta Tau. social sorority.
she is now teaching at Hialeah
Junior High
The bridegroom, a graduate ol
Oklahoma University, is teaching
al Palm Springs Junior High in
Hialeah. Working toward hi- Mas
tor's degree at Florida State Uni-
versity, he i- a member ol Gamma
MISS PHill/S BRfNNFP
Brenners Revea!
Daughters' Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Brenner.
950 Yiera Ave., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Phyl-
lis Harriet, to Martin Irwin Green-
stein, son ot Mr. ami Mis Hj
Greenstein. jsvh sw 7th St.
The future bride is a graduate
ol Coral Cables High, attended the
t niversity Ol Florida, where -he
v a- a member i i Alpha Epsilon
Phi Sorority, and is now attend-
ing the University of Miami
Her fiance, a graduate of Miami
s. nior High, i- now attending the
l niversit) ol Miami, majorii
electrical engineering. He is a
member oi the Institute ol Elec-
trical and Electronic Engineers,
and will graduate in June
'ft
Trip to Paris
In Offing At
JFCS Function
A two-week ti,p tj p.,..,, r
London tor two and an art ,,
are the twin Offering ol the fe
Si .:,
Theta
(emit)
- cial
Sun
Jacobs
had I)
man.
New
321S If
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MRS. GARY JACOBS
Upsilon, professional fra-
and Alpha Epsilon Pi.
fraternity
oi Mr and Mrs Abraham
oi Brooklyn, N Y Jacobs
Mace) II Kc\es as best
address >r
ar ing Vvi
the coupli
ish Family and Chil
al an "Evening m Paris"
tail party on Satur ay, Apr, n
In charge oi ticket., for the 4vem.
to be held from t; to 8 p.m a.
3500 Flamingo Dr., are Mrs, f
gene Katz ai d Mrs. Max i.
painting and another valut
1200.
painting and other valued
rr< cc.i.s arc tor tin- benefit o
the JFCS Group Treatmenl
loi Emotionally Di-;
dren.
Sogmans to Host
Luncheon Sunday
Mr, and Mis. VYillian -
::, o SW 2nd Ave v all
luncheon in honor ol 1 Ann
\ ,t/ sixteenth birtl
Fort) young Ian., -
celebrate the occasion
noon i n Sunday .> I
ies dence,
Edith i- tl'e daui Mn
Sagman and the I it<
Aronovitz. she i-
Coral Cable- Hi
ti nan of TAO, ore
i "Y" I; iendshi
Medxc! Center
Joint Luncheon
Si\ Dade Chapti ol Dade
( i untj 's luxiliaru ol tin- Vn i
itan Medical > i i : Denver
ftill hold a joint fund raising lunch-
eon on Wednesday noon, Apr. 15.
at Ihe Algiers Hotel Mrs. David
Bendell is president
Serving on the committee with
Mrs, Bertram Thorpe, chairman
ol the day. are Mr- I.il.i Myers,
Mrs. Fred Pearlman. Biscayne
chapter: Mrs [rving Rubinstein,
(oral Chapter; Mrs. Jules Wes
tori and Mr- Murray Levrant.
Flamingo Chapter.
Entertainment will be provided
'> -Mis Herman Schoenfeld,
Greater Miami Chapter.
Highlight c,| the luncheon will
be an American i.t flight to
Mexico Citj tor two p|Ua expense
money, and a three-day air cruise
lo the Grand Bahamas for two
AMC provides free hospital and
patientcare for chesl diseases and
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Hie engagement of their daughter
Maxine Donna, to Shomuel Jtt
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YOUNG Women's Division ot
' the Combined Jewish Appeal
held its campaign luncheon last
Tuesday afternoon at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel. Theme was "New
I i ot '64," and the fashion
theme was emphasized with cen-
ii;; ices of women's figures
draped with net. Mrs. Lawrence
Sherman was chairman of the
daj and the chose a white bro-
caded cotton with a tailored.
length jacket for the occa
sio?
Albert Weintraub's en-
!< was in olive green and
white. Her cotton suit was worn
v it a ^r<.'ii and white checked
sleeved blouse tied at the
i e< line Shock colors ol navy
l>iii' -ilk with an emerald green
Mouse were Mrs. Harry Smith's
c for the day. a white jac-
iped in navy blue completed
her ensemble, Mrs. Leonard
r wore a two tune moyga-
linen dn -- and coal Her
ci featured the Empire line,
.. i her h:,t was a light brown
trimmed in polka dot rib-
I Tweed textured linen was
rn bj Mrs Pal Gilson, Her
featured the long
t.
an oversized shocking
** straw hat topped Mrs
iel Neal Heller's forest green two-
piece moyga&hel linen ensemble
Mr.- Howard Gordon wore a
long-sleevecF silk in honey beige
M it:, white polka dots. The polka
dot fabric lined her cape. an.I
was repeated in a band around
her tall beige-colored hat. Mrs.
Larry Markman wore a black
anc white checked suit with a
bright yellow long-sleeved blouse
which featured a large ascot bow
tie. Ice pink moygashel linen was
the choice of Mrs. Al Morrison,
it vas sleeveless and trimmed
with self-colored appliqued em-
bre defed Bands.
Mrs, Jay Siegel trimmed her
white linen tress and jacket with
gold lamee banding on her jacket.
A sleeveless solid orange coat
was worn over Mrs. Howard
Tn i/' orange silk print dress.
.Mrs. Sanford Sprintz wore a
whi'e silk crepe two-piece dress
which featured a cowled neck-
lin< Bright carmen red silk
bailing detailed her ensemble.
P-ACK and white was the
* choice ot Mrs. Ira Rothfield.
Hei long-sleeved Aline coat was
in a black and white check over
a white >ilk sleeveless dress.
Hlack ribbon banded her white
straw hat Mrs. Pearl Hitsik
ihose beige silk lor her matching
coat and drc.-s. Patch pockets
were featured, and her pill-box
hat was of the same silk labnc.
Mrs. Lois Kantor was in a two-
piece white silk suit. Her jacket
was double breasted and featured
a small tie at the neckline. A
touch ol color was added with
her red. white and blue hat. An
tunic
pmk
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MISS SAND/-JO CORSON
She's Betrothed
To Med Student
Mr and Mrs. Norman S. Gor-
don, of tfie Regency House, for-
merly of Wynne'wood. Pa., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Sandi-Jo, to Mark Wil-
liam Gordon, of Phoenixville. Pa.
The bride elect is a graduate of
Lower Merion High School, now
attcn ing Moore College of Art in '
Philadelphia.
The future bridegroom attend
cd L'rsinus College and is now a
student at Jefferson Medical
School in Philadelphia. He is a
member of Phi Delta Kpsilon
Fraternity.
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imported white Italian knit trim-
med in lime green was Mrs.
Richard Stone's choice for the
luncheon The green accents
were on her lapels and cuffs of
her bracelet length sleeves. Her
straw hat featured the rolled-up
brim.
* a
IUIRS. Daniel Franco's cham-
" pagne-colored silk brocade was
sleeveless and featured semi-
belting on each side over invert-
ed pleat-. White cotton tweed
was worn by Mrs. Alan Marcus.
Geld button- and red 'stitching
were striking on the white, and
she tied her red straw boater hat
with a wide ribbon. Mrs. Neil
Schiff'a blush pink silk suit was
worn with a silk print blouse in
tones and shades ol pink. The;
print also lined her jacket. Self-'
embroil ered trim and a low
scooped neckline were the fash-
ion details on the pink Italian
knit suit worn by Mrs. Jack,
Sandier
Beth David
Finalizes Annual
Patrons Dinner
Plans have been completed for i
the annual Patrons dinner dance
Sunday evening. Apr. 12 in the
grand ballroom of Spector Hall.
According to Phillip Schiff,
chairman of the Patron- Commit-
tee, "this affair promise- to be
the finest we have ever sponsor-
ed at Beth David."
Assisting Schiff arc. co-chair-
men. Max Silver and Mrs. Louis
Seitlin. .Member- ol the commit
tee arc Mr and Mrs. Morris At-
k n-. Mr and Mrs, Sam Badanes,
Mr. and Mrs, Harold Berke. Dr.
and Mr- Louis Coverman, Mr. and
Mrs, Murraj Dacks, Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Friend, Mr. and Mrs.
Henrj Kamen, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
K.i-ow .
Also Mr and Mrs. Sam Ostrow-
sky. Mr and Mi- Harold Rein-
hard, Mr. and Mr-. Hcrschel Ros-
cnthal. Mr and Mrs. Henry Ros-
engarten, Mr and Mrs. Louis
Seitlin. Mr. and Mrs. Max Silver.
Mr. and Mr- Nathan Spiegclman.
Mr. and Mrs Charles Spingarn.
Mr. and Mrs Lewis Sternshein.
and Mr and Mrs Robert Traung.
FRID SHAW
Home Announces
New Auxiliary
Mrs Claire Weintraub and Mrs.
r.yrtha Phillips, members of the
Board ot Directors of the Jewish
Home for the Aged, announce this
v. 11; the formation of a new
Auxiliary of the Home.
Mrs, Joan Schero and Mrs. Shir-
ley Trinz are temporary co-chair-
men ol the new Auxiliary, pres-
ently railed the Douglas Gardens
Women's Corp-. First meeting
took place on Tuesday at Douglas
Garden-
Hebrew Univ. Will
Hear Prof. Shaw
Greater Miami Women's Division
of the American Friend- osj 4h
Hebrew University will hull its
annual spring cultural program in
the home of Mrs. Irving E. Miller,
2305 Lake Ave.. Sunset Isle No. 3,
on Wednesday morning. Apr. 15.
According to Mrs. Samuel Sim-
or.hoff. president of the organiza-
tion, the speaker for the 10 a.m.
gathering will be Prof. Fred Shaw,
of the University of Miami, who
will discuss his impressions of
the Hebrew University gathered
during a summer session spent 00
the Jerusalem campus last June.
The Apr. 15 gathering will also in-
clude a brief report on annual
accomplishments of the division
and election of officers.
Prof. Shaw is a teacher of crea-
tive writing and directs the Guid-
ed Studies Program at the Uni-
versity of Miami. He is Book Edi-
tor of The Miami New-, an I edits
The Village Post.
He spent last summer in Israel
..- a member of a group of col-
lege professors and Christian
clergymen touring the country for
several week- Prof. Shaw's
topic will be "A Southern Pro-
fessor Looks at the Jewish Nation-
al and University Librarj
Participating in planning th"
Apr. 15 morning are Mrs. Emit
Phillip Schiff (left), chairman, is shown with Co-Chairmen
Mrs. Louis Seitlin and Max Silver as they enthusiastically
advertise Beth David Congregation's top social even* of the
year, its annual Patrons dinner dance on Sunday evening,
Apr. 12. in the grand ballroom of Spector Hall.
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Friday, April 3. 1964
Annual Parent Education Conference
Sponsored by T Slated for Tuesday
\that King i'f a Person Will
r. uir Child Become?" is the theme
the first anntinl Parent Rrliua
in Conference of the YM-YWHA
: Greater Miami to be conducted
xt Tuesday evening at 8:30 a.m.
Featuring an address by Dr. Ira
Gordon, professor of education
the University of Florida, the
eeting is open to parents oi
mng children throughout Dade
mnty and will take place at
1 mple Israel. 137 NE 19th St.
HINRY CPPtNBOM, JR.
Oppenborn Runs
For Legislature
Announcing his i-andulacy for a
.it in the Florida House oi Rep<
sentatives, 33-year-old attorney
.!> L Oppenborn Jr., is run-
ng in Group l In the May :> Dem-
ratic primary.
\ graduate <>t the University <>t
lami Law School, Oppenborn, oi
. 39 SW 99th Ct., served in the
l S. .Army for ii years and was
corated for gallantry in the
rear War
Four-plank platform which Op-
; nborn offers inclu es "abolition
capital punishment, revision of
I e grossl) unfair point system
: r traffic offenders, economy in
. vernment, and fair reapporti in
-!lt."
lie1 i- a member ol Biscayne
y Lodge of Masons, 82nd Air-
me Division Association and
live in the National Guard.
1 .irinu the 1960 Pn sidential cam-
lign, Oppenborn served as dis-
ct chairman ol "Dollars tor
mocrats "
Prof. Gordon is a nationally-
known educator, lecturer and au-
thor. While in the community,
he will also be a major speak-
er at the National Education
Arsociation conference in ses-
icn on Miami Beach.
Prior to the meeting, at 7:30
p.m., there will be several ex-
hibits ol the children's works and
plaj Included will be a series
Ol colored slides taken of the chil-
dren from the time thej began
school in September. 1963.
Key planners for the event have
been Mrs. Norman Sand, confer-
ence chairman; Mrs. Stanley Col)
rn. chairman. County Early Child
hood Development Committee:
nnd Jeannette n. Schwartz, direc
tor. BCD Program.
Serving with them on the Plan
Ring Committee are Mrs Randy
Polanskj and Mrs Wilbur Block
man, chairmen of North County;
Mrs Km ton Levin, chairman.
Miami I'.each; Mrs. Herbert Arnet
and Mrs. Eugene Heiman, chair
: i ol Miami ''.ranch; Mrs. Evan
Clster, chairman. Southwest; Mrs.
Sylvan Holt/man. hostesses, invi-
t. lions, Mrs. Irene Wineberg,
Samuel Cold and Mrs Stan
ley Mitnick.
Other committee members Mos
- Simon Simkovic, Barnard
Irwin Christie, .lack Tal-
bot. Alex Winick, Sandy Marshall,
Rudolph Garber, Lee Adelson,
Ronald Shellow, Stanley Garner,
Wolff, Louis Wechsler,
Katz Josi Frances
' brook,
I reene. Manny Marcus
Ralph Abramson, Bi nar I "> edlin,
i Decki r. Robert P< rless,
Lester Epstein, Earl Lipnick,
\c rman Davidson Charli Plot-
kin, Joel Kobelin, William Lock
hart. Roland Kohi n, Sidney Rob-
erts.
Beach Hadasrh Moves
.Miami Beach Chapter of Iladas-
sah has moved into new offices
81 337 Lincoln Rd Room 214.
2,000 Receive Invitations to Cetiars Ball;
President Lewis Will Receive Tribute
..
DR. IRA GORDON
Nursing Home
Opens in Broward
Civic, social and professional
leaders Of Broward County will
participate in gala ceremonies
marking the opening of the Holly
wood Hills Nursing Home tins
Sunda> at 2:30 p m.
-The public is invited to attend
the ceremonies and participate in
the open House." said Joseph
Kleiman. administrator of the
home at 1200 No 35th Ave
Kleiman. a nationally rccouni/
i, authorit) in the field ol con
:- associated with
'Am. R. Clayton Jr., Robert M
Merritt, Hi rm in \ppelbaum an
Di Arthut Gold, DOS. in the op-
en tion id th faeilit).
i p aims am; purpose >t the
facility will be to provide com
pi tent and understanding care and
minister to the individual needs
oi patients requiring either phy
sical, social or emotional adjust-
ments and to strive towards the
independent self care of each pat-
ient," said Merrill.
Invitation;- "ere in the mail this
week to some 2.0IMI leading citi-
zens ol Dade County announcing
the date ol Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital's second annual Presi-
dent's Ball.
The traditional social is being
sponsored bj the trustees Apr. 26
! the Doral Beach Hotel and is
under the direction of the Worn
,., Auxiliary ol the hospital,
headed by Mrs Ted I.olterman.
president.
E. Albert Pallot, trustee, and
for several years chairman of
the development fund, heads fhe
Dinner Committee.
We are taking this opportun-
ity to pay tribute to Hospital
President Harry L. Lewis for his
initiative, guidance and leadership
during a crucial period in our
growth." said Pallot
The Cedars of Lebanon building
program to complete the fourth,
fifth and sixth floors came to a
successful conclusion during Lew
is' administration. The $1,500,000
expansion program which enlarg-
ed the X-Ray laboratories, added
175 beds, an auditorium, and a
new emergency section was ;i-<>
under his direction
A number of progressive busi-
ness procedures and office meth
ods recommended by Lewis, who
is a nationally-known tax con-
sultant, were installed at Cedars
of Leoanon Hospital.
Committee appointments were
made by Chairman Pallot this
week to insure best seating at
the dinner dance, and to plan
the program of entertainment.
Trustee Saul Silberman will be
in charge of the program, which
i- expected to feature the appear
ance of a noted stage star :i-
headliner of the evening.
The Women's Committee. Ben
ing with Mrs. Lotterman. includes
Mesdames Morris II Bluu. Mor
ris Lomaskin. Harry L. Lewis
Stanley C. Myers. Benjamin G
Oren and E. Albert Pallot
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Judge Harold Spaet (left) converses with Joseph M. Lipton,
president and founder o! Dade Federal Savings and Locn
Association of Miami, during a gathering at Dade Federal's
new Kendall Branch office.
Dade Federal Opens Branch
Dade Federal, one of the oa
tion's oldest and largest savings
.:ihi loan associations, celebrated
i location of its Kendall Branch
into new, spacious, modern facili-
ties with grand opening celebra-
tions thi> week.
The Kendall Branch, located
-1 ;iI' the south en I of the I'almet
i By-Pass on U.S. 1 and South-
' i'st HMth St., serves the Smith
Dade area for the Association
Inch has made many dramatic
strides during its .to years ser-
vice to South Florida.
Joseph M. Lipton, president
and one of the original found-
ers of Dade Federal, has an-
nounced that Victor J. Findura,
Chicago Club Meeting
Regular meeting of the Chicago
tub was held in the Deauville
Hotel's Napoleon Room on Sunday
evening, Mrs. A. K. Pcnrlman ar-
ranged the event for the 250 who
attended.
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a South Dade resident, is man-
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Flnrfurt is assisted by a staff of
four, all but one of them vet-
erars from other Dade Fediral
cffices.
'i'i" lie", building features the
I..test ami mo-t modern savings
and loan facilities. Design) d in
a contemporarj stj If. it has three
immaculately clear glass walls
.'Inch are protected by custoiniz
to. aluminum sun-screens. Land-
scaping includes patio areas with
i enches an.I a reflecting pool
with a sparkling fountain.
Dade Fe leral has offices at
> \ locations: Kendall; Downtown
Miami. ioi E. Flagler; Tamiami
Trail. 1!H)1 SW 8th St.; No. Miami.
IL'iiTo NW 7th Avenue; Allapattah.
uoo n\v 36th st ; and Edison Cen
ter. 5800 NW Till Ave.
Persons opening accounts ol
$100 "I" more at the Kendall
Branch only will receive their
choice of a Random House Amer-
ican Everyday Dictionary or a
Revlon petite compact. Those
opening accounts ol S5oo or more'
receive their choice of an Onyx
Perpetual Calendar desk set. or I
an imported marble double pen
set.
Dade Federal has progressed
with Dade County during the past
30 years, one of South Florida's
pioneer savings and loan associa
lions, it i. presently the county's
second largest.
Dade Federal passed the S200I
million total resources milestone
in 19f>3 and currently has resources;
of over $210 million. Its growth
has seen it exceed the $180 mil-
lion mark in total savings, the
$15.8 million mark in reserves,
with a mortgage portfolio of over
$178 million.
UN Executive
To Tc!k Tuesday
On Miami Reach
Philip Desne, director ol thi
t iii'ed Nations Information Cen
ter in Washington, will --peak at
the Saxon) lintel on Miami lie.id
on 'tin sday evening, 8:30 p.m
Title e! hi- talk i- "The Unite!
NationsWho Needs It?"
Deane is a t; eek national v h<
studied in Paris, lie graduated
iru.n the Royal Naval College a,
Dartmouth and served in the wa.
as a sub-lieutenant in the Roya.
Navy.
After the war, he joined the
Loi.oon Observer and was sent
to Korea as a correspendent in
1V50. He was taken prisoner by
the North Koreans and held for
33 months.
Deane frequently appeared on
both the English and French net-
works of the Canadian Broadcast-
ing Corporation before he joined
Hie United Nation-
He and his wife, the former
Molly Fry, of Wales, have written
a novel set ill India. "The Child
oh Brides."
rnu.it* utANt
Academy Women
To Hear Review
Next Wednesday
The i i; ..it and unusual expt
enees ol a bi a\ i darin. and :
venturous w oman w ill be re!
ed by Mi'.- Henrj v. < rni k in '
re \ lew of the :i .
Children," bj Lena I.
berman, at i he 1< -.t mi -
the Hebreu Aeademj v. en -i
Wednesday, .\; r 8, at ih< Wj
man Hotel.
The author, \ ho re- c ued 100 i
Iren and finallj brought 'la m
the haven and safety ol Isn
tells an inspiring and hcarteni -
story.
Mis. Wernlck is well known r
her active interest in childi
and child rescue work.
A brief business meeting, wh .
Beth David Young Adults
Instead of their regular meet-
ing, the Beth David Young Adults has been called for 12:30 p.l
will hold a spring social on Tues- \ ill precede the review. M
day evening, 8::s(i p.m., in the Leonard Rosen, president,
Social Hall. nourc I
TO TH
Hatikvah Lodge
To Install Officers
Sunday Evening
Ellison i, Kosofl has been
lei ted president of Hatikvah
Lodge ol M'nai B'rith.
ether officers elected at a meet
this week include Fmanuel
Mentz, president-elect; Bernard
Lift on, Robert R. ('.rover and
Samuel Nor keen, vice presidents;
Joseph B. Ciormstcin, monitor.
Max Breslow. treasurer; llyman
Berkman, financial secretary; Sig-
mund Zinner, recording secretary;
Meyer L. Cherkas, chaplain; Hai-
ry Kllentuck. warden; Frank H.
Kravit, Samuel A I'.eer and Irv-
ing Silver. trustee-
Board of Director- includes
i harles Weinberg, Dr. Oscar .1
Cowen, William v.. Harris, M.,
Alexander Forman. Ale.x N. Soh- |
mer. Samuel Sheppard. Eli E.
Kammer. Judge Frederick N
Barad, Harry Slossberg and Lew-
is I) Fevit.
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The function, starting at 5:30 p.m..
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Outgoing president is Joseph
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the lodge. Under his leadership.
Hatikvah grew from a membership
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Friday. April .2. 1964
KANE CHAIRMAN
Three Key Issues
To be Discussed
At AJC Confab
Three kej issues "ill be debat-
ed ;'t the national biennial con-
ention of the American Jewish
Congress on Apr. 11 t-> 19 in Miami
Beach, it was announced this week
by Irving Kane, of Cleveland,
convention chairman, rhey are
"New Look in Christian-Jewish
Relations," "Changing Role ol the
visit Community in the Racial
Crisis," and "Quest for Jewish
Identity."
Speaking on Christian-Jewish
relations will be Fr. Robert F.
Drinan, S.J., dean of the Boston
College Law School and a lead-
ing Catholic authority on church-
state relations; Dr. David R.
Hunter, associate general secre-
tary of the National Council of
Churches, a major Protestant
spokesman; and Rabbi Morris
Kertzer, of Larch.nont Temple,
N.Y., a specialist on inter-reli-
gious questions.
Joseph Lyford. author and con-
sultant on race relations for the
Fund for the Republic, and Stan-
lej II Lowell, chairman of the
New York City Commission on
Human Rights and a national vice
i sidenl ol the American Jewish
Congress, will lead the convention
< iscussion on the i hanging role ol
t h Jewish community in the rac-
1
Participating in the panel.
"Quest for Jewish Identity," will
I Dr. Joachim Prinz, president
i American Jewish Co ign /:
Paul ll Vishny, Chicago Jewish
i munal leader: and Prof. Jos-
eph Landis, of Queen- College, a
1 ling Jewish social philosopher.'
Chapters and divisions from
i oughout the countrj will be
ited at the American Jew-
ish i ess convention. During
the five-da) meeting, delegates
' I plan thi nization's pro
gi next two-year
i Jewi h cultural affa
* slate of i r the 1964-66
period "ill also be elected,
In white jacket is past worthy
president and official execu-
tive organizer ot the newly
chartered membership for the
Miami Beach Aerie of the
Fra'irnal Order of Eagles,
Wa'ly Gluck, and Dace
County Mayor Chuck Hall, a
brother Eagie. The group is
being ins.ituted Sunday, 2
p m., at the Sea Isle Hotel.
Past Grand Worthy President
Judge Bob Hcnsen and Carl
McGriff will be featuied
speakers.
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Monday, 8 p.m.. at the Everglades
Hotel, it was announced by Dr.
Arthur Ilellman. president.

The group recently sponsored j
Save-Your Vision Week in Smith
Florida.
No. Shore Lodge
To Hear Speaker
Constable L.'onara Weinstein
will be featured speaker .Monday-
evening ;n ilie North Shore B'nai
B'rith meeting in Washington
Federal Saving and Loan Asso-
ciation Auditorium. 1133 Norm and)
Dr.
Program Chairman Irvine C.
Spear arranged lor Weinstein to
address Hie group and answer
questions on "How the Constable's ;
Cilice Can he ol Aid to the Aver-;
age ( itizen."
Cedars Reveals
Surgical Seminar
A two-day postgraduate surgical
seminar at Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital will be held Apr. 10 and
11 under the direction of Dr. Mor-
ris II. Blau. chairman of the Ced-
ars Department of Surgery, it was
announced b) President Harry L.
Leu Is.
Guest faculty conducting the
sessions include Dr. W. Sterling
Edwards HI and Dr. Thomas B,
Patton, professors of surgery at
the Medical College of Alabama.
University of Alabama.
Friday's program will feature
discussions on "Peripheral Vas-
cular Disease," "Surgical Treat-
ment of Portal Hypertension,"
and "Abdominal Aneurysm, Ren-
I at and Carotid Artery Occlu-
sion."
Saturday's panel discussions
will deal with "Diagnosis and
Treatment of Chronic Pancreati-
tis," and Treatment ol Throm-
boprebitis and Its Sequellae."
A second seminar series will I
lake place Apr 22 and 24 on in-i
ternal medicine under direction;
of Dr. Maurice Fich. chairman ]
of the Cedars Department ol M, icine.
Both programs are supported '
by Saul Silberman. trustee at I
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital.
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Ices Cold
wvr^ ill
Sanford Dorf Michael Adler Robert Conn
J$ar Jeffrey Cohen
Ten Sinai will be the site of
the Ba Hitzvah of Jeffrey Cohen
l Saturday morning, Apr. 4. Rah
li l>: I M. Lcwy will officiate
\ 'lent in the Temple's Reli
. ous Si hool for the past six years.
Jeffrey is in the seventh grade at
\orth Miami Junior High, and is
i il in sports.
ts "f the celebrant arc
|i Mrs Maurice Cohen.
Robert Conn
Allen sen ill Mr and
lot (nun 4580 No Men
. will in- Bar Mitzvah
ervW on Saturday morn
\ 4. 'it Temple Beth Shol
''i Leon Kronish will oi
is a student ol the Bi !h
ion Class ol
Sa.-itard Dorf
i Neal, son ol Mr and
ac Dorf, 760 NE 178th
be Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
orning, Apr. 4. at Temple
1 eshurun Kabbi Jonah E
< apian v. ill officiate.
Sanford is in seventh grade at
'Im F Kennedy Junior High
School, and is a member of the
Audio-Visual Club.
The ci lebrant's maternal grand-
[ >arentc Mr. and Mrs. Max Elster.
Tropical Chapter
at Races
No. Miami Beach, and paternal
grandmother. Mrs. Dora Dorf.
I I'lainvicw. NY., will be among
relatives attending the ceremony.
A reception at the Diplomat
Country Club will take place on
Sunday evening
I
Richard Schwarti
On Saturday morning, Apr 4.
during services conducted by Rab-
bi Mordecai Podel at Temple
Judea. Rich iru Philip Schwartz
will be Bar Hitzvah.
Active in the Temple's Boy
Seoul Troop 34 and Junioi Choir,
the celebi u an eighth grade
student ;n Ponce Junior High and
participates ... dramatics at a
isc
Wr and VI \lehin Schwartz,
l (! i .so: II honor (heir son
Day
Tropical Chapter. American Med-
al Center at Denver, will spend
a day at Gulfstrcam Park tor |
lunch and the races on Wednes-
day. Apr. 8. starting at 11:30 a.m.
Ticket chairmen are Mrs. Jack j
(imman and Mrs. l. B. Blofstein.I
Mrs Bertram Thorpe is chapter
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Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
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the morning service of the sev-
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grade. He is interested in science,
mathematics, football, baseball,
water-skiing and sail-boating.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shinensky
and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Adler.
grandparents of the Bar Mitzvah.
will attend the ceremony.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception Saturday evening
at the Americana Hotel.
c
James Gold
James Sommers. son of Dr. and
Mrs. Hillard Gold. 700 Lakeview
Dr., will be Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
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Beth Shelom. with Rabbi Leon
Kronish officiating
Robert is .i student of the Beth
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Friday, April 3. 1964
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iKIlUlHr !f,: liiHWiy If.'. II Obituaries
.1
Examinations in the regional section of the
National Bible Contest are held at the Bureau
-A Jewish Education. Ten winners of the dis-
rict finals took part in the regional contest in
:4iami last week. Front (lef' to right) are Pat-
. Karp. Beth Torah; Anne Sturman, Beth Tor-
:ih; Daniel Marqulis, Temple Israel; Anne
:!askel. Beth Torah; Lois Elfenbein, Beth Tor-
ah; Zvi Berger, associate director, Bureau of
Jewish Education. Rear (left to right) are Max
S'urman, Hebrew High School; Stanley Bil-
sker. Hebrew High School; Scott Choos, He-
brew high School; Jeffrey Rosenberg, Temple
Beth Am; and Marilyn Langfeld, Temple Is-
rael.
' isehel, one of
i nders of the
Appeal Group Will
Hear Speaker
Members of the Liquor Group
CSmbined Jewish Appeal have
sen invited to meet Victor E.
the outstanding
industry, at a
brunch at the
YVestview Coun-
Itiy Club Gold
I Room on Sun-
I lay, Apr. 12. it
was announced
>y Leo A. Chai-
I kin, of Weinkles
[ Jquor Stores, a
?o-chairman of
he group.
C'haiken. Jer-
ime Halpern. of
Atlantic Liquor.
;o., and .lay
Veiss. of Flori
la Beverage
Corp.. co-chair-
men for the di-
vision, are host-
ing the brunch
hjonor of the Combined Jewish
ppeal
The guesl speaker, president oi
". ictor Fischel an i Associates of
' ew York, has long been a leader
i Industry and in philanthropy,
e was a founder of the New York
nited Jewish Appeal campaign,
ine and Spirits Division, served
5 chairman of the division, and
l>'en a member of the divi
-.on's Steering Committee lor
anj years.
Golda Meir Club
Pioneer Women. Golda Meir
mb. will meet <>;i We nandny, l
m.. at Beth El CODgcSgajtiojL
Irs. Isaac Pushkin, president, will
induct the business agenda, to
e followed by a discussion on
arci:! events.
Card Party Tuesday
The 32 Association of Greater
Miami will bold its annual card
party Tuesday. 8 p.m.. at the Al-
giers Hotel. Proceeds assist the
organization to bring entertain-
ment to veterans at the VA Hos-
pital in Coral Gables.
FISCHH
Memorial For
Europe's Martyrs
A memorial meeting lor the six
million Jewish victims of Nazism
U ill be held on Thursday, Apr. 9.
7:30 p.m., at the DiLido Hotel.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Sholom.
Program of entertainment will
include the duo team of Sarah
and Chaim Fershko: Mich] Gib-
son, world-renowned Yiddish act-
tor; and Cantor Mordccai Yar-
(ieini.
Spcn.-ors of the event are Far-
band. Labor Zionist Order and
Pioneer Women's Council ol Great-
er Miami.
Committee includes Mrs. Milton
Green, president of the Pioneer
Women's Council; Beryl Morrison
and Dr, Isaac Unterman, ol Bialik
Branch: Dr. Simon Wilensky and
Mrs. Eva Calm, ol Poale Zion;
Max Astor and Manny Burstein,
Ben-Gurion Branch; Oscar Shapiro
and Solomon ParnesK, Lebediker
Branch: and Samuel Galfond and
Sender Wolson* Cuban Branch,
Jacob P. Zuckerman is Farband
representative The pro-ram will
memorialize the six million "mar-
tyrs to their t.iilh and their peo-
ple."
Harmony Lodge
Installation Set
Next meeting of the newly-or-
ganized Harmony B'nai B'rith
Lodge will take place on Monday
evening. Apr. 6. at Beth Torah
Temple.
Bernard Langberg. president
pro tern, announced that nearly 80
members have already been at-
tracted to this newest local unit in
B'nai B'rith. Langberg said that
plans will be presented at the
meeting lor formal institution cer-
emony for the new lodge to be
, held in conjunction with the con-
. vention of the Florida State Fed-
eration of B'nai B'rith Lodges on
Apr. 25 at the Carillon Hotel.
New slate of officers also to be
installed include Morton B. Lux
ner. vice president: Michael I.
Ross, vice president; Rrbbi Max
LipschitX, vice preside.it, Paul
Besser, vice president; William
Werner, financial secretary: Ar-
thur Lubar. recording secretary:
llyman Astor. corresponding sec-
retary; Lawrence Soot in. treasur
er; Morey Skiarov, chaplain; Ber-
nard Gold, warden; David II. Rat
ner and William M. Wolfe, trus-
tees.
New Boar.I of Directors for the
year L9644U consists oi Jerrj J.
Dudell, Nathan S Glazier. Judge
Norman Goldstein. Stanley B.
Goldberg, Martin Mandell, Joseph
Schmier, Max Silver. Jerrj Nagle,
Abe Silver. Jerry Wiat i ic. Judge
Mai tm p. Shacht, Jack Raphael.
Martin Saxon and Bernard Ber
man.
Guest speaker at the Apr 6
meeting'will be Abe Goldman on
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Young Israel
Model Seder
Nursery School and Kindergar-
ten Departments of Young Israel
ol Greater Miami conducted a
Model Seder on Thursday morn-
ing, Mar. 26. under the direction
ol Mrs. Phyllis Chaney and Mrs.
Barbara Hirsch. of the Pre School
Division.
Sponsored by the PTA, Mrs. Sel-
nia Perestock. president, the pro-
gram featured a traditional holi-
day meal. Passover songs and
poems.
More than 120 students of the He-
brew and Sunday Schools attended
a Model Seder on Sunday morning
under the direction of Rabbi Abra-
ham Blech, education director, as-
sisted by Miss Marlene Williams
and Miss Arlene Green berg, mem-
bers of the school faculty.
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber gave the
benediction. Emanuel Cngar is
synagogue president.
Adult Hebrew Classes
Sixth in a series of eight Adult
Hebrew classes was to be held at
Temple Sinai on Thursday, Apr
2. at 7:30 p.m.
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Northern Dancer
Favored in Race
Northern Dancer, from the Wind-
(ields Farm oi E. P, Taylor, no-
led Canadian sportsman, has been
installed as the c-to-5 favorite for
the loth running ol the sioo.ooo
Florida Derby on Saturday.
It is expei ted that eight or nine
top three-year-old rivals will be
under colors as they attempt to
urest honors from Northern Danc-
er, who gained a place of emi-
nence among the three-year-olds
by winning the Flamingo.
The early line makes North-
ern Dancer the choice and the
fact that Bill Shoemaker, the
nation's No. 1 jockey will be in
, the saddle, has shortened the
odds.
Cecil Carmine's Dandy K and
Harbor V i e W Farm's Roman
Brother, who finished one-two in
that order in the recent Fountain
It-of Youth Stakes, are listed at 4-
to-1 each and appear to be among
the leading contenders.
Roman Brother will have Man-
uel Ycaza in the saddle while
Mickey Solomone, who drove Dan-
dy K to his rousing triumph in the
Fountain of Youth, will be back
in the irons.
Star Dines at Harlenist
Metropolitan Opera star Jan
Peesce dined last week at 1'ie
I Ilarfenist Kosher Meat and Dairy
Restaurant on Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. He was here to
conduct the Passover Seders at
, the Deauville Hotel,
Danish Consul
To be Honored
In West Miami
Consul of Denmark Alex Balfe
' will be honored at installation
ceremonies of West Miami Lodge
, ol B'nai B'rith for new officers
on Apr. 13 at Hillel House on the
University of Miami campus
Balfe will be presented with an
American flag that has tlown over
the Capitol Building in Washing
:. ton, D.C.
The lodge is honoring Balfe in
. tribute to the outstanding and ex-
[ empiary role Denmark played in
i protecting its Jewish community
I during the Nazi occupation dur-
ing World War II.
Chairman of the evening will
be Jack Finkel. George Fish will
; be installed for another terms as
president of West Miami Lodge.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1"TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
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ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY,
No 64C :307
AI.FIJKIi Kl)\\ Aim HAUItlM IN
I"... n
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IA<:'-:i: \ |i \ itlSISi in
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl H WiRII \ HAItltlSuN
Iti i I. in I ni,in,.\ n
, "<' HAIIEII \ HARRISON ;,i..
hi '" ......'i"l lh '' .- BUI ,.i c,,m-
I'nlnl i.....|vi ,,,, ,-,,,.,,
"aliKi --.ii, ii ml you nn n |ii red lo
" >-' "!'} > .'' HI Annwei ..i I'lenil-
mil < Cnmplalni ..., ihi
Bttorney. Kilwiird Hu ik
i v..:li.M T,i, si Miami, Florida
.'"| "'' 'l'.....'lulnal An-.......-i.;,,!.
nil in Hi. office of Hi,- Clerk of the
i iivnii *ij ..i May 1WI4. I, >,, (all to .1.....,
..... by default ill i. taken
in id.- Bin ,,f Complaint.
Thin notice Khali be publlahed once
...i.ii ... i< f,,,. f,,,,, ponxecutive waek>
in Tin: .ikwisii i-i...|f|iiiA.\
u-i.Ni: AND i KpKRRD al Miami,
i.. ni.,. iius Ihi da) of April, ah
MM* I.
E Fi i.i:aiiii:kma\. clerk
t i iivnii Court, Hull.. County, Florida
; '-ml* Bs K \l NY MAN
... Deputy Clerk
l.l'W ARD Ills \k
17011 N.W, Till Si
Miami, Florida
, ah. rnej for Plaintiff
l 1-10-17-24
NOT.CF. OF
APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. AA-21366
NiiTlil. is IIKRRUY UIVRN thai
Niitluini. I VV. SlvHel. hold, i I'll
of Mini. uh. I" ii "In T.'\ > le i
. ate and or 'ity f Hlaleah, f
a-.-. in. in Men Certil I
. ., ,l us, ira, '!'." HII, 61'
... he Sxth ile.} ol Mh
\ i ..: lum i lied Kami in mj
im.l hiiH mad. iippllcatlnn f. r B
ii,-. ,i io I.- i a -1 thereon. Said
, eiuli i.-e the fiillnv n-
. ni., ,i .....|,ei i\ in the "out
l ni.. sun. ,.i i-'i,,. Ida, i"-> n
l...i v a- ]:' i...i ;. Block SOB. iii.i
ih I tl \ Idn \ni.i l" I'kti
..i. I'.,--- '7 Si i n v Tow I -
Smith II the Cil
i h. County of Dade, SI
Florida, an mbi tci il In Ta X Hal-
i tlfii ite No I in The ..- iw

u.i~ in lll^ Ii.
J i:
I...- : i: w pkH aven Hi-I
.i Willn i .,- BiH>k .i". I'..... -
... nshl|i
Mi. I'll- ol
. I in 11. Stitti
i ii '! i. Hub
eshii
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....
v ... T!t, a*t*e*
: i lei thi
iviih In thi
\\ (laylord
I !'. Hill ii 'I-'
IteV., I'lal R
.- I n ',, Town ;
I. uh. I lad. SI
I Spi In ^
nn in I.i. i. i f|i lie No i.i I. Tin
i-nl ,.: ;...;.- i.
Hi. .....
III.. Il.illl. of .1 ,v P \,1
I."i- ,\ I. III,.i I, I, l'...iii.,
1 H Bin i. i .. I ne 71, S.
Tow nnhlp .- iuth II
ii Rant, In Hi. i- l) of ii
ol Kloi
ls*e*8ii
Ho. 61! I'l"
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ertlfli ii t. i.. i ivaa In
nai.....f || ,\ i.. Calvert.
l-ota :: Thru G, nioch S, lili \"
Km to ih., ,i Plat tl H i
- Section II, To i-li iS So
Kin-. II i:..-i. in ill. I'll} '' H
i. ..ii. i 'ountj ..; i Nid., stnti ol I
Ida, nn .-lulu-......ii in Special Aimm
in- in I.i. n Certificate No, 630 The
.i--. -in.-ni ,f ?:,i,i pi ,,|.. i iy undi i
Hi.- wild i : i : ..-. Ihi ued ..- In
the name of .1 \- ll Dsledsii
N Ti- :: i.ss \v BSS", IaW* '' '
Iti t --.I. I'll.i Book 33, Pane : '
tlon SI, Township HI South, Rai
41 Bast, In ih.- i in ol Hlaleal .
County nf Dade, sun.- ..f Flu-Ida,
embraced In Special Aaaeewmenl
Lien Certificate No. 64a The aaaeKK-
in. in of sni.1 propert) undei il"- win
.....flcate laaueo vmu In the name
of ll. A. Huche).
I'nleea laid cerUfioate* ihall be i
deemed ;n->-i.r.linn to law, the |ir..|.-
iiy described herein will be s"i '
the hlRheal bid ler m Ihe Cowl H
door on the iii-i Monda> in Hie month
of Ma>j A.I). 1964, which is the Hh
d> ..f .May. All. I94M.
i mi.-.i iiii- 1-.1 day of April, A i'
1964
R II NBATHERMAN, Clel I.
'in nil Court, I iii.i.- Counts. Florida
(seal) B.< II M, i.i:i:ci:it,
I i.-inuv Clerk
i 3-10
I


k April 3. 1964
vJenlsti fhrSdiaei
Page 15-E
LEGAL NOTICE
IE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62718
Lite i
Lull'EL K
LEGAL NOTirp
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
HTARMOHT,
NOT i.fe Or ... iW
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. A A 21372
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN thai
a I W Sietti I, nidi nl i' -.i,r-
Tax Sale Certificate numbered lll is-
sued he i das of June, A.I). 1961
NOTICE TO CREDITORS haa fill i MH( In mj office......I li -
|M Creditor" ami All Peraona llnv- made aimllcntion for h tax deed m
, or l lemaoda Agalnal Said '" aam ,i thereon. >: i.l eertlflcati
|,. i nii.r.i. .-.- (he following dcacrlbeil
hereby notified and re-I proiuri In the fount) "i Hade, Stan
.,1 (.. preacnt am clalma and 'h [of Florida, [o-wlt:
I.l- whleh > nil in \ l
eatate ..f SAMl'BL }: STAR-
III r ileecaa.nl late of Dade County,
da, i" the Counts Judaea ..f Dade
|nty, and file Ihe aame in duplicate
prov i'l. il in Section 133. 16,
Ida Statute*, In their office* in
County Courthouae In Dade Couh-
Florlda. within >;s c .i I n H ,i i
nth from Ihe time of the firm
jdleatton hereof, "i the name will
barred,
lated nl Miami. Florida, thla 30tb
,.t March, v.l>. 1984.
corinne ii st VRLIGHT
As F.XI tlltl i\
iFlrai publication of this noili.....n
rd da} if April, 1944.
I i\i\ii:i. & i:< mjerh
[tiei ne> for Executrix
l.i.....tin Roa 1
[ Qeai li. I lorlda 13139
_________4/3-1"-17-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C1IVEN ih-t
Ihe underabjned, dealrlnjj to engage In
huaineaa under the fictltlotni name of
i \rii:i) SALES Co at "8M n.k. !nd
Miumi intend! to reftlater
-:.i.l name with the Clerk of the Clr-
i'tii Court of Hade County. Florida.
KONNIK JACK. INC
.i ri.i. Corp.
if. rman Caplan, I'reaidenl
KU'IIARU \- NELSON
xttnrne*. a for Applicant
. i.i. oln Road
1 :: -1 < -1T i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MiTli'l' IS HEREBY IRVKN lh K
In mderaigned, dealrlng tn engage in
- under the flctitinua name of
- C TAKE-OFT SKRVICE at 3*1
x vv 12th Avenue Intends t" reglatoi
il me w i li Ihe Clerk "t Ihe i 'ii -
i-i of I Mule "onntt Florida.
wii.uk i: tii.: i:i:
\i :i:i i A. A l.i
. for Applic ml
1 I :1.1k.
I 3-10-17 24
NOT.CE OF
APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21365
: is HEREBY I1IVEN that
\u mi-l VV Rlegel, holder of Cits
v ih Ml mil l len C. rl Ifioatea
:,. 196, 19", 19* and
ii .1 thi 21 Hi day ..f Mas A.H
I saw, haa filed aame In m> office,
in i haa made application for tax
..... to be Ihbui -I ill. reon Said certlfl-
.1. embrace ih. followinii dewrilied
ii.......rly, hi the Counts of I hide, State
l- loi Ida, to-wii:
I..*! 1. Block 1". Iliacas'ni Highlands,
il B.....i It Pagi 26, Sections 19
.nl :'". Township ."- S'outh, Range
-i. in the (.'Its of North Miami,
1 inty Iiade, State of Florida, aa
li .1 n C< rtlficate No. :: ; Thi
-.-mi.ii uf -..ill property under
i. Issued ua in the
i : Howard
VV 1x7 l-'l uf V I :: ..f NW'i of S\V\
I W :::, ![ & .\ll Thai par! of
w I of \\\ -, I.. -- IV 13 Ft lyg
SWIs i.l i line 2fl5 Kt SW of A: Can
lo C I. of Snake Creek Cannl Lean
lleg I K I. of NE L' AVe ISO l-'l s\\
..i S ..i R \ lo s w I. of Canal KEIv
l" It SW ..i & Ai R A t.. S VV I.
Canal SBIs alg -! R VV, I. to X with
W I. ..f E of E' ol Hffi, of
XW'i S to III Hi" fi SWIy uf .<
Parr to Sil R \V I. NUli Alg S.I
:un u, i: i. \i: "mb*V i x to tpB
in tin i 'ouni ..f i ladi Slate of
Florida, an embri.....I in Certificate
No. till. I'll.- a--. s- ini-nl ..f -.lid
property undei the .-..il certificate
is-n. i no i !oni.
I'nleaa naid cc:'tlflcait*8 nail be re-
\ acciirdlug t.. law, the prop-
erts deacrlla-d In rein will !. oll t..
. he hlgheal li dili r al the i 'nun Houae
'i........i the tii -i Mondas in the month
if Mas V-l>. :'"'. which la the ith
day ..f Mas. V.D. IM4,
Iiated ibis 31at day uf March, A.D,
1964.
K I'.. I.BATHERMAN, Clerk
LEGAL NOTICE
ol (anal :::.i. l-t t.. I'oc. sWIy at of Circuit four'. I hide Count v. Florida
it A to s w i. ..r canal US i-, ti, raeulj Uy: i:. m. 1.1:1:11:1:
siviy to a in ih s .ii w i. ,,r i:'.. n.-pun cieik
"f XW'i of SUV ol \\\i, Tii : i 4 3-10-17-24
alt- >; I. .,f X';. ,,f s\v, ,.f NW'i, i------------------
for Mil li Ml. Tb X L'l" l-'t M i. not r= n^ api ic.ation
to a i.i Th Mill Uy n lin,. Co Kl
SWIs of A Parr to SW i: wi. of
anal to Poll .V la-* >AV\ of SW1,
i XW', .\ i.. -. i-: inn ii ,,r s 9iki
Kl .M I. of \V :. I ..f SW, ,.f NW'i
& I..-- w i>n n ..f si:1, of s\\ i,
of XW'i Section :. Townahlp :i2
South, Range 12 Kaat containing
lii .:i Ail .-s 111-.:.- or 1. --
i..-- iieg mi k i. of xi-: :'ini Are
l.'.ii' KW of & al It A to SW'ls
R VV I. ..r Snake Cr. Canal Th SKIs
351.3 ft to l'i ill Con't eSKIy of X of
VV I, nl K", ..f s\V, ,,f NW1 I .\
S2.SI' NWIv 304.91 fi SWK 25 ft to
l'i HI
I..--- \v "." ).; i:.,,- s : hi fi more or
lean VV'i of Kjj of sW, of N'w,
I.. -.- s ::.". ft
i, -- l'i of W'S of NW'i, |yg RWly
i.f Snake Creek Cannl den Beg on
i: l. ..f XE 2 Ave & S I, ,,f \u ',
mi \W. N 112.3 fi S|-:iv ,., .
2K3' SW of ,v \i |;a I.. .-\\- R w |.
of Canal a- 143 n VV of E I. of \V'-.
of \\\ ', ,.f s\\i, ,,. \w,, Th s
to s I. .,f XW', ..f SWS of N\\i,
Th vv I., k i. Uf M-; -: Av, Tn x
to I'm:
I.. N :::. ii ..f w is; ,, x\\ I
of XW, of sw, i.,.>. .-, r, ,v.. s :;.
" "I W -n it ..; i: \:u ii H ..... fi
ir leati ol VV of i;i-- of SW ',
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter ttnt Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21321
NOTICE is HBRBBY Q1VBN thai
Valhanlel W. Sleep), holder of City
of North Miami Beaoh Tax Certifi-
cate* numbered 10 and 1'. laaued the
lilh day of Ausiist, A.I). 1962. has fileil
name in my oitloe, and has maue ap-
plication for a tax deed to be laaued
thereon. Said caertlflcatea embrace
| tin- following described pronerty, in
the County of l tail.-, State of Florida,
to-wlt:
i...t x Block in Blghland Manor
Sec. i'i flat Book K" Page 25 Sec-
tion 7. Townahip S2 South, Range
12 Bnat, In th.- City of North Miami
Reach, County uf Dade, State of
Klortiia. a> embri.....l in Certificate
No. In. Tin- is-issini-ni of saiil |n-op-
erty under raid eenlflcale issn,..i
was in the name of Jake l.a Mottn
& vv Vlkkl.
I.ni in. Block 153, Pulford By The
Sea Sec N, I'lat R.Kik I". Pagi
28, Section S, Townahlp '.-' South,
Range 12 Kaat, In tin- cits of Ncrth
.Miami Beach, County hade, stnte
of Klnrlda, .- embraced In Certifi-
cate No. II. The a-s. s-m. nt of sai.l
i.i..|n-i iv under aaid '. 11 Ifleate i--
-n.-.l v.a- in the name ..f Alberl \\
Backua.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR 7 AX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21328
M/l'H'i: IS LUOUttBY (UV'KN ilut^
Nathaniel vv SI. g.d, holrti of I" I
of Hi.ll. ah. ,FI... i.la Til s Sal,- ( '. l I II
tanii- ami or CUs i.l" Hlaleah, Klorlda
SiM-.-ial Asxi'SHiiooil I .i.-ii l Vi I itli-a I.--
iiiuiih.-ri'il In. i..-, 650, ?II2 ami iU
laaued tin- 2Inrl day ..f May, A.I>. 1961 I
haa filed sain,' in my office, anil has
made application fi r a tax deed to be
laaued th.r....... Said i rl iflcatee -
brace tin- following deacribed prop-
erts'i i tb'- "imt> of Bade, State <.i
l-'lmiila. to-wlt:
Lots :: to .", Incl Block '' l-eaa I...I-
:: ami I III.., u 67, I lialeah 1st Ail.ii-
llon., i'lat Book ". Page i-'-'. Section
IX, Townahlp ":: South, Range ii
Kasi in tin- cits of Hlaleah, Coun-
ty of Dade, State of Florida, aa
embraced in Tax Sale Certificate
No. In. Tin- ass.-ssin.-lll uf saiil
property und r tin- saiil certificate
is-u.ii Ha- in in.- name uf Clara J.I
Shaffer.
Tr i' l-.-ss VV :'.7.v >. I..-. I-: :::.-,'
i.vka v *.- :.| Block 100 Hlaleah 12th
Ail.in Rev Blk l0, Plal 1.....k ::i
Page il'. Si-, tion ?. Townahlp R3
South. Range ll Ijisi in the Cits
i.f Hlaleah, County of Bade, State
of Florida, as embraced in special
Ass.ssniini l.i.ii Certificate No. 818
The .-i-s.-ss'ii.-nt i.f saiil property un-
der ih.- saiil certificate laaued waa
in ilu- name of Ralph i>. Coraba,
(...is li i". Block 103-B Hlaleah
13th Addition., I'lat Book ;i Page
38, Section s. Townahlp "-:: South,
Range ll Baal in the City of llia-
leah, county of Dade, State of Flor-
ida, as .-ml raced in Special Aascaa-
Hunt l.i. n i "-i tifh-ali- No, 6R0. The
a-s. -sin.-in ,,f said propeny under
in -aiil certificate laaued wai in
th.. name of Win. Smith ,x- Barbara.
B 80' Ti i;: fa i ]; ,x- i-: 20' of 17i
Block 6-r, Mill, ah 10th Addition
Rev., I'lat iHH.k 31 Page ;.'. Sec-
tion '.. Townahlp ":: South, Range
II Kaat in Hi.- City ..I Hialeub,
Counts of 11.-,-!.-, st.it,- of Florida, aa
embraced In Special Aaacaamenl
Men Certificate No 702, The a--
no in ..f aaid property under the xaiil
certificate laaued waa In the nai
..f Herman Kluge ii A l-'ian.-is
IXlI '17 l,..inl..ii Tel'iace 1st Addltloi
l'1al_l:.'-k ".:.. Page 85 Si i tion
Township ': .-' mil. l: inge II En
in ih.- i "it ..' I lialeah, Count}
Bade, Stale !' Florida, a- embrnc
.n Special v.-.-. --H in I......'.-riif.
ate No, Tii. Th.- ..-.-. ..in.-nt
.,,; i in operts under tin- aaid til
.at.- laaued was in ih.- name ol Jol
Margagllo .x- .Mai garei i:
I'nl. -s -ai.l r.-i l Hi. at.-s -hall
deemed according t.. law. th.' piop
.I'lv ii.-si iii.i-.i herein will in- aold i
the hlgheal bl l.ler al the Court Houa
door mii iin- flrat Mondav in th. monf
of Mas', A.D. 1064, which is the iti
day "I .viav. v i I!i64.
11.,i. ,1 hit i 'I V|.i il. A.I
iinii
E. I: I .BATHBRMAN, Clerk
of Circuit i'."in. Dade County. Florli
is.al) I'.v: It. .VI I.KKI-Klt.
iiepni. Clark
1 :'.-in-l7- .
i..ss s in
ft of vv iv; fi
SW'i
I
I X lin ft of R I.L'
of XW'i of NVVi, of
I'nlean aaid rtlflcntea -hall be re-
leemed ac......lag to law. the pi ..|.-
rty .i.s. i ii.. .1 herein will be aold tc
( I'- ..ii i: I, NR 2nd Av.- ii"-, 'he hlgheal bidder at th.- Couri Hoik
ft N ..f s l. of s"W, of NW' of door on the tli-t Monday in Ho- month
xw, x alg i-: i. m: jm,i \!,. of May, v D 1964, which i- the ith
Pt I5il il SW ..f ,x- ai it A tn SW ''"> "r My, v |. 1064.
I! W I. Canal SKIv 331.3 ft SVV'I\ \ "at-.I this !-I ,la> ,.f April, A.D
'' R A to .anal 1 :.", f| \l\|, ,,, 1964,
P.O.B. an.I I-: 145 ft W'. ,,f NW'i, '' '-BATHBRMAN, Clerk
I' SW'i, of NW>ii of circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
's. all r.- R VI LEKPER,
I. i*iii > i "l.-i 1.
I 3-10-17-21
1..-- i:.-_ at |.l Mil 1". i. xi: 2
A- KW K VV 1 Sn.,1 Creek
LEGAL NOTICE
111. k :. Brl in Manora Plal
I'agi 2S, Sect Ion 19, To n -
-Math. Ham;. 12 Kaat, in
Cits "f North Mi..ini. Counts ,,;
Stall I loi Ida, a- emhrai i -i
i'i llflca'e No :' Th.- .,--.--
i ..ii |, i I .
II i it. h r.i -I

tlrlffii ;
ii,...i, -

thi Cits of N'..| lh
I I. .. ...

' -,| of aaid
.....: Al n ;
H
I, T..WH-
lh Miami. C
- Mil .. ,1
ll ';,. I ; II,. a------
I
I'd i

iii i Block :
17, s. ,-
- nil. i: ii -.
'--I. I, 'ii. i \. .
i'..... .;. .-i l'i -i -
.il h n, \
i prop-
'. Was
III la .1- r Ian.
16, I
"k ii
Rucka Park, I'lat
I. I1 :. s- ctlon la. Town-
.-"'!' Kange 12 Baat, i.i the
North Miami, Counts ol
Horli
..... No 198. The aaa.
"' "aid piopertj undei the aaid
'i in the ni.....
ll -li 1.-1 .1:
< W nun- Trad v a 15'
' Wng N ,.r ,v adjaci nt then to
v"U'i batatea, Plal Book 50,
,.',,',,..."""" -" ""! -"' and 33
i'':.' i ".' BhiP '- Houth, Range
, In the City of North Miami.
" % ; "^'- -'......f Florida, ai
'" Certificate No 203 Th.
.'" "' aaid property under
,':,;;r;iti:ia,..||iss,,,.,wasi,, th.-
lie ah.ll be re-
to law, the prop-
,rein will l
Houae
lav \ i
Ma'yA.irS

'hli is, ,i.,v ,- A.v A ,,
.,"''BATHBRMAN, Clerk

I H VI i PBPER,
Deputy Clerk
I ::-10-17-24,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT.CE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21324
NOTICE is HEREBY HIVBN thai
Nathaniel vv Slegel, holder of Counts
Tax Sale Certificatea numbered 161,
-::7. WI4, 1I2, 1130, 1140, 12S7, 2" -
37S6, i: I 1571, ".'- :. :'".. >i:. 7S48,
7'.""i. ai.l T'i'ix. laaued Ihe l-i ,ia> of
June A li. 1962, has filed aami In m>
offlci. nn.1 ii i- in.1.1. n|iplli>atlon f.n
a lax deed lo l>. laaued thereon 1
, el i Ifli embrace I follow ing
i.. .1 pi opi I he i 'ounts "i
l lade, Stnte ol Fli Ida, to- .t
I ,.i 23, Blia k 6, '' Idi n lleai h Si
D. I'lat Book i". Page l". In thi
ints of l i.i.i,. Stati ol
Ra embraced n < Mo 16:1
Thi aaaeaam. it ol -.,:.! pro|ierts un-
,1, He laaued
in il..- i.....hi .-1 Mi RcaltJ
I
Lot 5, nil"
I .
ST. in tl State ol
I- Certll
\ v .... :,i t| .., .]
ild i anIfii at.-
, ,1 \ i li thi a in-- ll
r \ .-. \ VI
S 220 ft of N u
ft A li -' IV ft & *
N VI ia ill I (1 n i -

liangi ;
Kaat in acrea more oi
leaa. in the Com f Dndi

\ 1 I '
tl
.1 .. ti.
VI ill ,X w V|.i
T-.i \ SW
Be-
-ni. Plal Hook i .. vi. on-
tall leaa
i 'ouni) ol I >ad< Siati ol Kl
Ida ,.-, .1 n Ci Iflcal Nn
1129, Th a-s. --in- of snltl pi op-
ens under ihe aanl n-ril
I waa n the nanu of Baal \ ii w
l .-\ eloping '. Inc.
All Trad v l. SWIy 377.7 fl non
ol leaa a- meaaured alg XWli I.
Block 358, Mignolla (lai lena Con-
solidated l:.-sui. piai Book 19, i'age
71, containing ,bS ., lea, .....re or li aa
in th.- Count) of Bade, si.n, ..i
l-'l.....ia. a- mbraced in l' illflcate
No 1180. The in s-m. in of -
propert) un ler thi -..i.i i i I llfloate
name ol Bkatvltm
I lev ].ni^ i"... In,
i.i.t ix. Block :. Bnrdol Hub., Plal
Book 32, Page 7i".. In lha County of
Dado* State of Florida, .is anibraced
In Certll ..' No 10 Th.- a--, -- -
in.-in of sal.I i the aaid
te laaueil In the na
of Clyde L. Halnkli > ,x- u l.u. Hie M
I'nleaa aaid rei ihall be i.
! 17, Block 1 law, ih, i.imii-
Helghl '. : h !'-'. Pagi u ill i..
31, ia the Count: ili hlgl r al the i
Florida .as einbi Iflcati .1..... on thi flrai Monclav In I
Thi -- vi xi> x-
propi i :\ nn.I- i rtiflcate tl \\ \ ... i
wa- in ih.- name Hila i v 1
a Mlnton,
...... B B. I.BATHERMAN
Lot 27, Block ... Nn th Mberls Cits ol Circuil Conn, I'..I. Couiitv Florida
Am.I. Plal Bm k 11 Page II, in th I il M I III r
County ..I |).i. state of Florida, ..- beputs Clark'
embraced in Certlllcale No. 2738. 4 3-10-17-24
NOT.CE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acti of 1941
File No. AA 21314
NOTICE IS HBRBBT OIVKN th
Nathaniel w. slegel holder .if City
Coral tlablea Sidewalk l.i. 11 Cercil
-.-it.- No. 97 laaued the 2&th day 1
May, v.l'. 1962, in- filed aame in in
office, and has made application f>
n tax deed in i- laaued thereon. Bai
1'. nn i.-nii- embmcea the foltowliv
deacribed properts In the County
Dade, State ol Florida, lo-wlt:
l.ois 11 \- l".. Block l". Coral Qabh
Crafts Section Plal Book i" la-
in, in the City "I Coral flable
County ..f Dade, State of Florida.
The ass.s- ii.ni .if sai.l pi
under the aaid 1 rl Ifleate at in tl
name of: L'nknown.
I'nl.-ss -ail certificate "hall be 1
deemed according to law, the t !
erty .li-si-i ih.-il lor.-in will he aold 1
the hlgheal bidder al the Court Hotii
dooi on the flrat Monday in thi mom
if May. noil, which is the ith day
May. llnil
Dated thla lal day of April, 1964
i: II. I.BATHERMAN, Clerk
of Clr mi Court, Dade County, Florli
'-Hi I Is 11. M I.EBl'ER,
1 'aputs 'I. rk
1
The a.--.---in.-in of sai.l propert) un-
der Ihe saiil certificate laaued waa
in the name ..1 Chaa. Adderley.
1.,.is IS, 16 a- 17. Block '.' T lylnr
Snl.. I'lat Book -I, Page 83, in the
Counts of 1 iade, State of 1 loi ila,
as embraced n Certificate Nn 1786
The as>. ssni.'iit ..f saiil properts' un-
der the sii.i certificate laaued waa
in the name of Suaan .v. Curry,
i.mi .'.',. i.i- .ii nn.- Terminal* Bth
Addn, Plal Bo.>k '. Page 11, in the
C.....its of li.il--. State mi Florida, 11a
embraced In Certificate No. urn
The ass. --in. in of aaid property*un-
l.i- the aaid certificate laaued wa-
in th. Milton I li rlong & *v
Ruby et ul
1...1 12 Bl a-k '. Tattim VV Hi r as
Sub Plal Book 16, I'age J. n tin
Counts nl I'll.. State ..f Florida,
... embr iced In < '1 1 tlflcate Nn 157 I
aaid '*t v un -
; .. 1. ui .1 a- 1'
the name of irake 1 'nal Co
Ki 1.. Plal
1", I -'
il Florida,
.
,i,- aaid 1 ipertj
, 1 I waa In the nam.
liui :i 1 v a vni.i.
4. v Mn.
1 .. Hi 136 In the Coun-
ts of I 1- em-
No. 7> Thi
1 IH ll
.,1 E. VVillia Tl
Lot l". ill k x, Pre mi -
'lal B01
|S2. In thi He ol
.,
No : 1 Thi naaeaamenl nl 1I1I
ll flcati
eil waa ..... I di
.vi. 1. ,. '. .1 vi-ii 1:
!,,i 17, Block I, Fn Ida v.l lition
Nn '.. Plal .' P 7ii n the
Counts "i |i,,l.;. State ,,i l-'l.n i.l.-i.
a.- ml.in. 11 Certl le No. 7848.
The aaaa ami nt of an I rtv un-
dei t he aaid eertlflcati led waa In
1 in- name of 1 'Iral i'ia 1 Inam 1 ,
! .x -'. Blot 1. 11, Waahlngton
I'nik. Plal Book !'. Page 13, in the
Counts of Bade, Stati .-1 Florida,
as ,mi.i.,, ,1 .. Certificate No. 7006,
The a--' -sm< nt of sahi pronerty un-
der the aain ertlflcate laaui 1 ,,.,-
10 the name of Mhrj Thomaa
I..U 11, Bio k ll, VVaahlngtoii Pai k,
Plal Bobk 9, Page 13, in I ha Counts
..f Dade, State of Florida, na em-
braced '1 1 in Icate No ?0S The
naaeaamenl of aaid properts under
the aaid cei tlflt it.- laaui .1 na In 1 he
name .if Mary Thomaa Brown.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21325
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVBN Hun
N ii-.....i w -1.1;,.1. holder of Counts
'l".ix Sali ''! .ai.- numbered I2.
121, 62H, 1722, 2<'64, 26aN, 2721, :'.'_''",.
1233, 1234, 16 II, 'it. 3830, .:
I".-'. 1166, 1536, i720, I 1 .,11
7"..'.J 1 11. il tin- isi ,1.1 ,.i .1 mn 1 ,
iii.il. baa 11i.1i aame In my office, and
has made app!l<-utton foi n u.x deed
to be laaued i'i 1.....11. Said certificatea
embrace thi follow Ing deacribed prop-
erty, in the 1 intj ..I 1 iade, Stati of
I lorida, lo-w il:
i...t 23, BliK-k I, Uold. n Bi in h Si -
17 Plal 1.....U x. Page 122, In the
Counts of 11.1 '. State |-'.,,i Ida,
aa embraced In 1 rl iti- ati \
The naaeaamenl <-i -.1 .1 1......rtv in-
li.-r t he aaid eertlflcati laaueil waa In
th. mi in. of 1 en .v in.-.
U>t 26 leaa X I'.,. k I, 1
See 1:. I'lat Book I'agi
122, in the Counts of Dadi State
of I- loi i.la. a- -ml......I .11 '- tlfl-
cate No. 121. The a--.--ni. ni
properts under the sai.l certificate
laaued was in ihe name of lleb-n A
In,
I...I- I ,< 2, I" ick II, V|,,--||..l!.l Sol. .
Plal Biaik in, I ..-.- -'. in 1 in 1 'ounts
ol I lade, Stan of Florida,
ed 'ifleate No 626, The
... 1,1 properts undi 1
.,.. ,1 w .1. in
ih.- name .1' .lami Thoma-
Lot 12, 1:1. k 1 1. 1'in. -w..M 1 Park,
Plal 1 look i:. Pi -
. 1" I Mile, s
hi
--. ami nt ol
111,1 I tifle III ll
: 1 llemil
FT Til 2-A. Rev I"
. 1 1.1 Heights, I 'lal Book I 'ugi
>. 111 1I1- ni y of 1 a.l- Stall
K......la, .'- 1111. .. .1 1,111.1,
No '- 1 li-- 1--' an ul
1
Block City. Plal
;. I'agi 1 unt> f
Suite of 1
, Ni Thi
lllellt
I lllahu & w llenrii S
1...1 ia. B a-k I'll
1 County ol
I ..I.-. Si., i- ,1 I 1,,
111 Certlficuti \
11..in
,1 1 .11.- laaueil w.,- n thi ni
1 Viuii. .VI.,. 1 .,iv .11 la .x 11 T. Bd-
u .11 .1-.
I...I 13, V,l. l.llil-i P.11 '. 1'lal Book
i'i 1- In il,.- Counts ol I'
Stal..... Florida, aa .ml. ..... I In
1 .1111 Icate No, 320 Phe .--. --
in.-ni ..: aaid prop. 11 ^ undei the aaiil
. .11 ifleate laaui .1 11a In the name
of M ilil; ed ,x- X. 11.nn Brow 11
I...is 1 1.1 in ii,,- 1:.,, k :. I, -s I..
1 I.. 7 nn liloi ,> 2, Morgan Hill.
I'lat I',,,,1, 21, I'aiti I. -i in. Counts
of I la.l.i. Ma:.- ..f I-: i.tla. a- .m-
'I 11, '. 1-1 ili... t. \,, .: Th,-
-. -in,-in ,,f aaid pi operts undei
I .1 : 1 ifleate laaueil w in th,.
name ..f Pelican Land Co, in.-.
II to l> in,- Ill.a k 2, Morgan
Hill, Plal Book :'i. Page I, In the
1 'ounts .if 11,,,|. stal da, .,
1
> 1111-
1 w ,,.
I" 'I" 1 I'm
111.
I'lat.

hrai > In Ceil x 631 The

'In' --11.1 1111:. at. -- 1. 1 n-ai in
in. 11.un,- i Salvadoi Auilar, I
LEGAL NOTICE
S .a' it I...I .. Hal.- Sub., i'l.,1 Bo.
65, l'.ii;.| T'|. in til,. County I'.oi
Stati of Florida, as embraced
Certificate No. 8SS4. Tin- naae
in. ni of -a .1 property undir the sal
certificate i--".,l was in the nan
of Joseph M. (inleano.
Lot I. Mm, k 6, lllilll m.i I'.,1 ',.. Pli
Book -'. Pane in. in the County i
1 >ade, Mai. of Florida, a- mbraci
in 1 'ei 1..... No 8939 The laai .-
ini-nl ..I ... certificate -.in-.l wa- In the nan
..f The Blai '.. .x Whlti Bi .. Co
I...is il. 7 ,\- x. HI... :, '",. Mn Hal.
win Kt Al Snl' I'lat I.....k H. Pa* '
7. und Cat i.'.k ,. I 'a^.- i.l. in tl
1 '.'llllt.l ..f I l.,ili Sla.....I FlOl lila. -
1111.1.1. ,1 in 1 'ertlflcate No. 19.
The a.-.. ..ni' nt of -mi properts ui
il.r ih.- .-..nl certificate laaued w. -
in ih.- name of Martin Sidrow ii..
Lot '.. Block Dale Mill, r Trai
I'lat Hook -'. Page 70, In Hi. Couul
i.f Dade, Sfite uf Florida, as en
braced in Certificate No 1026, Tl
., --in. ni if -aiil propel i > unii
the .-a..I .- 'iii, at,- i-.-u. .1 was in tl
ii.un, ..I' Win ,x I.la Meehlowitl.
1...1 in. in., k <. I mi.- Milk r Trai
l'i Biaik .'. i 'age .". in Un in
, i l i.mi. stal. of Florida, na
braced In '. i ,n ati X" |( : l'l
naaeaamenl of saiil properts und<
the ..i -I i ed wua i
name \n ib .lohnaon,
I., t- .x In Blocl -. Mill
I'In i:. II i-i he Coui
i of I ..I. Si f FI
brio .1 .a li x- l'l
naaeaamenl i pi -i.-11 \
I he aaid ci ad wa*
ii,un- I.. --.
Beach In
l'i: i'
Page x. In Ihe C nn: 1 of Dadi
t.
\
der tin -.nn
a me
i-le De I :
I.. Hi I ', .u-
i i I
in. i 'ouni x -i f Flo
ed in Certll
I'.
,:,i
- ,l i .........f Jaimi
.X IV
XE r NE
tion 24, T
I he i 'ounts I iade, HI
i ., ,
ri,. naaeaami nt .

I as ill lh.- nan
I'.. i .i.li..- M. i.i. i .., a. ii- I,,,-
VV -- ol S I nl XW i, ,.f XW ,
XW'i.....i: -, n ,x- x :', ii. s
'. Tow i -Mi- .Ci Soul li. Rang. 10 I :.i-
iii I in.,r.' .a ;.
hi '' mi v ,,i i ia,I.-. State uf i
"ii. -i.....'i','......I in i', ii .n, ati X
.. -- --m.-nt of sa ill p: i.|
rts nn.I. i th.- sai.l i ei t Ifleate i- -
-in ,1 w as ill : he II.I'll. ..1 I lav I
vv.....i ,x- w Patricia Q.
Loi i:. Block 1. l'..-it\ l.u ll,.in. -it. -
Plal Book IS, Page 11, In the Counl
"i Dade, si He of Floi Ida, a. em
l" ed m '. ii, 11, X',.. 7552, Tii
' -.n.i property und<
' "' --ni .. te laaued w a- IM Hi
im' : i:, ,\. John ^
I'nli shall l.e i.
' "'"i lu law. ihe e>,,i
Ill he -..ll t
i Court r.n>
Mondas in the inKnl I
Ahii ii i- in. -it
ii 1964
las 'I \: h vi
. ".i
I' !: IK VTHERM vv. i 'l.-ri,
-.I 'ii n i ii 111,i,. i 'ounts I'"l"i nl
is.-an : vi I.KHl'KR,
I leputj i lark
4,3-10-17-21


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