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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"eJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 37 Number 15
Miami. Florida. Friday. April 10. 1964
Two Sections Price 2
Jews Appeal Against Soviet Anti-Semitism
Vicious Red Publication
Finally Flayed Hard By
'-^Soviet Communist Party
GOVERNMENT ATTENTIVE
Argentines
Study Rising
Terrorism
Bl ENOS MRES(JTA)Lead-
's ol the DAIA, central organiza-
tion nt Jews m Argentina, met
with Minister of the Interior .Juan
no, raftering in person the
rave concern they expressed in
; note to hint to days ago about
the iteppe l-up activities of anti-
|. mitic. terrorist n',;-^|'i __
The delegation called the Cabi
ret member's attention to "the
enous events" caused by the ter-
irist groups Which, they pointed
int. an- "continuing then- aggres-
ons ami intimidations Mr. Pa-
o assured them that the Gov-
i nt would "repress inflexi-
and immediately and terrorist
leaks that may disturb the
intry's peace."
The Yiddische Zeitung, lead-
ng Jewish newspaper in this
tountry, declared editorially that
'acts have taken a particularly
rangerous trend for the Jewish
cmmunity and fcl the coun-
ty." The newspaper stated that
Hie boasting tone by the Nazis
Continued on Page 8 A
1
LONDON (JTA) The Ideo-
logical Commission oi the Soviet
( ommunist Party this week eriti-
( ./i l the publication by the
Ukrainian Academy of Sciences ol
the anti-Semitic hook. "Judaism
without Embellishment." it was
reported here from Moscow. The
book, which contains anti-Jewish
t aricatures reminiscent ot Nazi
propaganda, has already been at-
tacked bj Communist Parties in
various Western countries.
The statement, which was a lopt-
ed at a special meeting of the
Ideological Commission and was
published in I'ravda. organ of the
i SSR Communist Party, said that
the book contained statements and
illustrations that "may insult the
feelings of believers and be inter-
preted in a spirit ol anti-Semit-
ism
The party announcement add-
ed that the book "contradicted
the party's Leninist policy on
religious and nationality ques-
tions, and merely feeis anti-
Soviet insinuations of our ideo-
logical foes who are trying at all
costs to create a so-called Jew-
ish question." The statement
reiterated, however, the official
assertions that the Jews in the
Soviet Union "are all respected
in the same situation as other
peoples."
Pravda indicated that, alter the
furor caused by the book abroad,
the Ideological Commission was
specially convened to review the
entire question of anti-religious
literature.
The Sunday Observer on Sunday
Continued on Paoe 7-A
INSUfflOCNT TO MEET NEEDS
Nazi Victims in New York
Attack Restitution Amendments
Giant Washington Meeting
Hears Tcp Leaders Protest
Increasing Evidence of Bias
JUSTICE ARTHUR GOTDBfRG
SiN. ABRAHAM RlalCOff
WASHINGTON (JTA) Pow-
erful appeals to the people of the
I iiUed States and to the Ameri-
can Governmenl to help American
Jewry in the fight for securing
lull and equal rights for Jews m
the Soviet Union were voiced here
Sunday night at the opening ses-
sion of the American Jewi-h Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry, conven-
d by 24 major American Jewish
organizations and representing
practical!) all the Jews in thi*
country.
More than out) delegates attend-
ed the two-day conference which
opened at the Willard Hotel here
with impressive addresses bj Su-
preme Court Justice Arthur J
Goldberg, I s Sen. Abraham A.
Rrbicoff and Rabbi Uri Miller.
president of the Synagogue. Coun-
cil oi America.
Justice Goldberg emphasized
thai "discrimination against
Soviet Jews has reached alarm-
ing proportions." Sen. Ribicoff
revealed that the Senate will hold
hearings on the resolution intro-
duced last September by 64
Senators, denouncing Soviet dis-
crimination against Jews. Rabbi
Miller declared that American
Continued on Page 12-A
Ask Israel Prime Minister
To Resist Extremist Pressure
NEW YORK(JTA)More than
500 men and women who were
rtunate enough to survive the
horrors of Nazi concentration
amps met Sunday at the Hotel
Americana here to protest against
Ihe proposed amendments to the
tVesI German indemnification and
icstltution laws as being insuffi-
< ienl to meet the needs of the thou-
sands of persons who. for one rea-
son or another, have not received
ust restitution or indemnification
""in the Bonn Government.
The meeting, sponsored by nine
- up-, adopted a resolution which
-ent to the West German
Prime Minister Ludwig Krhard,
Foreign Minister Gerhard Schroe-
D*hlgruen. Paying tribute to the
tributlon of the West German
Republic for "hat it has done in
"the field of compensation.*' the
resolution pointed out that many-
Nazi perseeutees, who have re-
ceived no restitution or indemnifi-
cation, "have not only a moral
but also an indisputable right to
be compensated for their Buffer-
ings." The resolution requested:
1. Equal rights for perseeutees
"who left the Eastern bloc coun-
tries after the deadline of Octo-
ber I, 1953" who have received
no compensation from the Ger-
man Government; 2. Equality of
treatment for widows "whose
husbands passed away before
0t. 1, 1953" but who so far have
received no compensation; and
3. Compensation for persons
Continued on Page 9-A '
NEW YORK (JTA A group
of major American Jewish organi-.
zations cabled Israel Prime Min-
ister Levi Eshkol recently urg-;
ing him to resist pressure by "ex |
tremist religious groups" in the
United States supporting legisla
tion that would abridge religious
freedom in Israel.
The organizations charged that
the extremist groups nought "by
coercion" to deprive Jews in Is-
rael of full religious freedom. The
message was signed by Morris D.
Abram. president, American Jew
istt Committee; Dr. Joachim Print,
president, American Jewish Con
grass; Label Katz. president, B'nai
B'rith; Rabbi Leon I. Feuer. pres
ident. Central Conference of Amer-
ican Rabbis; Rabbi Theodore
Friedman, president. Rabbinical
Assembly; Rabbi Maurice N. Eis-
endrath, president. Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations, and
George Maislcn. president, Unit-
ed Synagogue of America.
"We reject the attempt of the
extremist religious elements to
polarize the American Jewish
community into two opposing
groupsreligious and secularist
and their claim that they and
they alone represent the Jewish
added. "The truth is that in the
American Jewish community
there are several recognized and
Continued on Page 11-A
LAHH KATZ
Feldman Makes
Plans for Visit
Here by Eshkol
JERUSALEM (JTA) Myer
Feldman, Deputy Special Counsel
to President Lyndon 15. Johnson,
this week paid a courtesy call on
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol. Felri-
man. who i> here on a week's visit
as a guest, of the Weizmann In-
stitute of Science, met with the
Prime Minister on Monday to fin-
alize the details of Mr. Bshkol'S
visit to the United States in June,
at the invitation ol President
Johnson.
Premier Eshkol's visit to the
United States, which is scheduled
to last |0 days, will include two
days ol talks with President John-
son and other U.S. officials, as
well as visits to Cape Kenned)
and other points ol interest. Be-
sides New York. Eshkol will also
visit the West Coast where he will
meet with Jewish communal lead-
ers.
During the week Keldman \i-it-
ed former Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion at his home in Sde
Baker in the Negev and toured
Silat. Israel's southernmost port.
Feldman has been appointed
Continued on Page 2-A
Defense Attorney Accused of Nazism
BONN (JTA) One of the
attorneys defending the 22 for-
tner Auschwitz guards now on:
trial in Frankfurt was accused!
this week of having himself help-;
ed to condemn victims to Nazi
concentration camps.
Dr. Herman Stotling of Frank
1'urt called the charge, made by!
the Polish Organization of Nazi
victims, "pure nonsense." The
group asserted that Stotling per-
secuted many Poles an.-i demand-1
cd severe sentences against them:
as public prosecutor under the I
Nazi regime. The group said that
in May 1942, Stotling had prose-,
cuted a defendant in Bromherg in;
Nazi occupied Poland who even-
tually was sentenced to death.
Stotling admitted he was a pub-
lic prosecutor in Rromberg from
June 1941 to October 1942. but in-
sisted he had nothing to do with
political cases. To the charge
that, as prosecutor, he had de-
manded that an accused man he
sent to the Mauthausen death
Continued on Page 5-A


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South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith
Lodges Elects Eli Hurwitz President Here
ON ft PAY
Radio Station
Cites CJA Day
Radio .-tation WIOD has pro-
claimei ; riday as Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Day. and will dedicate
Its pre grama and spot announce-
ments ti the work of Combined
Jewish Appeal and the Greater
Miami wUb Federation.
ihe course of the day,
< terences will be made to
ampaigo, of which Dr.
Lehrman is serving as
and also to the seven
leading agencies of the Greater
Miami .Jewish Federation that
servi tni local community and are
pported by the one annual city-
wulc P*ign.
jfcspot nouncoments will also
Tell be work of the United
Jewish Appeal and its agencies in
I-i.ill : I 30 countries overseas
uhich elve their support from
the loci community through Com-
bini d -h Appwl.
Durinj
various
the 1964
Irving
hairn
Eli Hurwitz. past president of
^iiuifin Lodge, was installed pres-
ident of the South Florida Council
of B'naJ B'rith Lodges on Sunday
t the Carillon Hotel. Judge Mil-
ton A. Friedman, past president
i of District Grand Lodtje 5, was
installing officer at the morning
ceremony.
South Florida Council repre-
sents some 3,500 members of B'nai
j B'rith here and is coordinating
[ body for the 14 lodges in Dade
: and Broward counties.
Hirnvitz has served two terms
;i>. president of the Board of Di
rectors of the Greater Miami B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization, is
[ treasurer of the Miami llillel
j Foundation, Inc., which built Hillel
House at the Cnivcrsity of Miami.
and figured prominently in other
, B'nai B'rith projects on a local
' and state level.
He is currently a vice president
ol the Dade County Chapter Of
the Florida Institute of Certified
Public Accountants.
Other officers installed were
president-elect, Joseph B. Gorin-
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Capacity Audience Attends Kennedy
Memorial Sponsored by JNF Council
W HURWm
stein: vice presidents. Ainslee F
Ferdie, Arthur D. HorwitZ, Harry
Kern and F. Allied Rowen; treas-
urer, Walter A. Aplelbaum: and
executive secretary, Maurice J.
Finegold.
A capacity audienys responded
warmly last week to the John F,
Kennedy Memorial Concert at
Miami Beach Auditorium sponsor
ed by the Greater Miami Jewish
National Fund Council.
Opening remarks were offered
by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spir-
itual leader of Temple Menorah
and president of the Southeast
Region of JNF. who compared the
late President "to a great tree
cut down in the prime of his
1 life."
The concert served as a boost
! to the recently-announced John F.
i Kennedy Peace Forest now being
planted in Israel. Lighting mem
orial candles was Mrs. Emil Mor-
ton, who also sang the national
anthems of the United States and
Israel.
Program of speakers also in-
cluded Leon J. Ell, president of
the Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil of Greater Miami, and Zev
W. Kogan, master of ceremon-
ies. Coordinator of the concert
was Hanan Yarden, with Peter
F. Heller in charge of public
relations.
Artists included Eliahu and
Marcia Gamliel, percussion and
flute; Ephraim Biran. baritone;
Hadassah Badoch. interpretive
dancer; Amiram Rigai, noted Is
raeli pianist; and Tova Porat, who
presented a program of songs.
Arrangements Committee, in
addition to Rabbi Abramowitz and
1 Kogan as co-chairmen, included
Johan L. Berman. Mrs. Eva Blum,
Mrs. Nathan Bookspan. William
, Bornstein, Mrs. Jacob D. Davis,
i Leon J. Ell. Harry Feldman. Ezra
| Finegold. Abraham Fraidlin,
I Abraham Grunhut. Peter F. Heller,
Sam Kagan. Bernard Katz. Mrs.
Abraham Mason. Morris Minov,
Mrs. Miriam Press. Harry Rosen,
1 Julius Ho Sack. Sam Schachno. Mrs Wolfe
! Shklair. Meyer Siegel, Ben Silver.
Bernard Silver. Joshua Z Stadtan
. and Morn- Yudewitz
'1/11 COVERAGE
, rcehensive coverage ol
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they are running will
u tured in next week's
of The Jewish Flor-
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local :id statewide.
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Friday. April 10,
1964
Reds Have Their Cake
The Soviet Union is now publicly condemn-
ix g the anti-Semitic publication emanating from
ef. Ukraine; although government leaders
ere are quick to reject the Nazi-like tones of
3 publication, at -the* saw Mme4hejfeekaMre-
Ibal it fails to reflect "the" true reactionary na-
".. e" of Judaism.
This is a tragic example of eating one's
cr.ke and wanting to have it, too. What the
S: viets are in effect doing in their condemna-
tion is to say that the book simply went in the
:ong direction. Thus the Soviets are far from
repudiating their anti-Semitism; they are
s.r.iply being critical of its character.
As an adjunct to the Streicher-like treat-
rr. ent Jews receive in the publication, Moscow
-;:s gone one step further in aping the Nazis.
T.-.ey are now declaring foreign assessments
c: the social condition of Jews behind the Iron
Curtain to be an "intrusion" on internal Soviet
c:;airs.
The Soviets this week told the U.S. State
department that our nation's reaction to the
Russian banning of Passover matzoh parcels
::om abroad was precisely such an "intrusion."
7.-.is sort of attitude is sadly reminiscent of
Adoli Hitler himself and his war against Ger-
man Jewry, which he labeled "an internal Ger-
r:. ::n matter."
Moscow^ may thus be repudiating the
- ranian publication, but it is a half-hearted
;udiation designed to placate the sense of
:rage that has exploded in Europe and Amer-
In our view, the condemnation is no con-
.mation at all.
Sen. Gore to Report
The first of several major 16th anniversary
i the State of Israel celebrations will be held
Sunday evening at a dinner dance in the Fon- .
".- nebleau Hotel.
Honored will be Mr. and Mrs. Charles
C.-.arcowsky, who have made many important
contributions to the development of the young
republic.
The function is under the auspices of the
Zionist Organization of America, South Florida
District, and guest speaker will be Sen. Albert
Gore, senior senator from Tennessee.
Sen. Gore is a ranking member of the
Senate Foreign Relations Committee and chair-
man of the Senate's African Affairs Sub-com-
rr ttee. As such, he will have an interesting
rr.essage to bring to Greater Miamians who at-
tend the event. For each of these assignments,
cmong his many others, touches upon impor-
tant aspects of Israel's existence.
The U.S. and the newly-emerging nations
en the African continent are among the State
ci Israel's major interests abroad. Sunday's
j6th anniversary celebration should thus prove
-.formative to all those attending.
The Hardest Job Ahead
The 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal has
ic.led well over the million dollar mark. The
community should be proud of this early
achievement.
It should also be prepared to gird its re-
sources for the job ahead of fulfilling this year's
CJA goal set at Sl.386,500.
While there is cause for jubilation, there
-s also cause to take realistic stock of the effort
.-.^eded to complete our community's immedi-
: e and paramount philanthropic task.
Much depends upon the success of the
-S34 CJA campaign: the welfare of our neigh-
bors here at home, as well as of Jews nation-
'-.."/. overseas and in Israel.
The campaign is over the million dollar
mark, yes, but the hardest part involved in
.cringing the Greater Miami Combined Jewish
.appeal goal to a successful close still lies
anead. If you have not yet given to CJA. do
cc today.
Matter of Discrimination
We await with interest the reaction of Uni-
ted Nations officials to the overt anti-Israel dis-
crimination shown by the Egyptian president
of the 122-nation Trade and Development Con-
ference currently in session in Geneva, who
cehberately failed to invite the Israel delega-
,:n m Q dinner held during the conference.
Making the matter particularly unhappy is
the Israeli charge that the UN officials involved
ct the conference knew of the slight before-
nand and still did nothing to rectify it.
The blind, biqoted and reactionary atti-
tude of some of the Arab leaders toward Israel
:s one thing. But silence on the part of UN of-
ficial* to the insult would suggest tacit approval
ci the Egyptian's action.
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Volume 37 Number 15
Friday. April 10. 1964
28 Nisan 5724
Anti-Semitic Propaganda Soviet Style
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________________ Lr-ISHMENT," PUBLISHED IK KIEV
( JEWISH TELEGRAPHIC AGENC**,
No. -Opium for Some-Pocket Money for Others iThe
elder reUgiou. Jew is holding a Hebron calendar; u other
s ereotyped Jew lug, a bat- of menev i No. ,_ ,, ,,'
stroyed the Eldest Sons of Egypt (The feuri I, r
Picted asa blood-thirsty JELZZig^
humane leaders of Communism* \ ,, ""
Near the Ark of the Law.- .This chap ,, HnkV '"'""
gogue with "economic crimes lavhu T*
sentencing Soviet Jews ,0 deal I ,\t HST* ''"'
Ensnaring Nets of Judaism are Being Torn ti, x,~
a stereotyped Jew, wearing skuUcan
cowering before the Soviel IS SoTS" 'T%
in religious artie.es brawl among tnemelm o* 7
dlvWonoftheapoibintheaynagogue ~ IZt oLS
S ""* ^Wered the symbol of j ," "'' T*
-Life Denies the Zionist Lies." .The .,- V ''
David, is directed in his attack b\ th V "'
ymbol of capitalist impe,2 ^ "L1" n '
All
>nulle.s and cheats find refuge in the synagogue.- fNote
UM phylaeter.es on the head of the hook-nosed man with
nu hand In the coUectiea plate.) No. 8-'The Jewish Child
Buyers-Enemies of Youth.- (The religious Jew is tflOWl
n.-nann, a Soviet boy whose physiognomy is also UB
mutakabl) Jewish.) No. B_No, Not from the Rib b
oman. (Appealing to the Soviet woman, whose gtonii
<-"">m is a viaple in Soviet propaganda. The stereotype,!
U shown exercising the contrary principle of the de
^meni oi woman No. 10-"The myth of the 'God-
Uiosen People and Their Heavenly Father. Jehovah." (A
';'"'" f Jl'wish history; he Star of David links Je
sn fehgion With Israel, a country consistently denounced
'"' x< Of the book.) No. ll_-Durin! the years of the
nitient,. miPat.,.n. tll0 j,,on,sf ,cadiM.s wrvw, (|u> y...
"'his is the only caricature in the entire book eon
''"" > the Ukrainian representative in the United Na
'ons Human Rights Commission to have been included
"' Judaism Without EmbeUUhment")
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Friday, April 10. 1964
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by LEO MINDLIN
I
T MAY NOT be Christmas
in springtime, but the
question of the annual cross-
hanging on the Dadc County
Courthouse., occupied a good
part of the recent morning
session of the Florida Anti-
Defamation League's region-
al meeting in the Everglades
Hotel. There is eminent good
sense in the ADL's decision
to set the matter aside for
more important considerations. I have since heard much maudlin
comment about the League's 'cowardice" and its "going soft" on
thorny issues. Somehow, I urn here reminded of the position I took
several years ago with respect to the religion-in-the-schools case
when I opposed the American Jewish Congress collateral litigation
in Dade County.
Charges of cowardice" seem to me to be beside the point The
most intemperate street lout will jump into any battle at a moment's
provocation, failing in his lack of judgment to consider the odds
involved, and even more important, the stakes. At the risk of re-
peating what has been said in this column before, a minority as
sensitive and finely-tuned as the Jewish community can not afford
such luxuries. The city's emergency wards are filled with the
bloody victims of instantaneous reaction to challenge at any cost.
An intelligent minority, when challenged, must weigh what may:
possibly be won by answering against that which must surely be i
lost. Inevitably, we should return to an assessment made here sev-
eral years ago: that the Jewish minority would be acting irrespon-
sibly if it failed to recognize the limitation of its most precious re-
source: the responsive if not always willing ear of the community
fit large.
ON GKADING MATTERS Of SIGNIFICANT
IT IS, alter all, the community at large whose sympathies we must
attract and win over in most cases involving civil libertarian I
abuse. When this precious resource is called upon too frequently,!
when we seek too often to impose our views on the narrow toleration;
points of the majority, the natural consequence is a lessening of
general interest in the causes we hold most dear. The end result can I
be the deliberate exaggeration of the very abuses we sought to'
eliminate in the first instance.
Many will, of course, here disagree. They will call this inter-
pretation of the power vested in the minority position the greatest
cowardice of all. Such infractions of the law "as we seek to amelior-
ate, they will say. arc not matters involving the amiability or the
sympathy ol the majority; nor docs the minoritv exist bv sufferance
of the majority. Infractions of the law, they will argue, are pre-
cisely that, and must be outrooted as a matter of democratic prin-
ciple.
Well. I'm all for such bravado. But one must also be able to
recognize the realities of communal experience: If the minority
wants to enjoy occasional and telling civil libertarian victories, then
the minority must be able to submit to the prospect of equally oc
casional inaction in matters ot lesser significance.
CONSERVATION Of MINORITY ENERGY
TTHIS MAY BE a .-ail truth, but it is an incontrovertible one. If
we arc impelled to jump into every fracas because the law 1-
on our side, then we .-hould be prepared to anticipate frequent and
disastrous defeats; in short, from time to time we should expect to ;
find ourselves at the sad side ot the undiseriminating -trcct lout
hi some emergency ward, who has been purposelessly bloodied and
bow ed.
Neither is the fear ol defeat the guiding principle in the more
>stemu)us approach to civil libertarian litigation, nor the "cow-
ice" that would avoid a lew lump- received m an honest en
counler waged on the battleiield of human rights. The guiding prin-
ciple should and can only be tiie prospect .'i diminishing returns,
he more frequently and unintelligent!) the minority exacerbates
tolerance ol the majoritj over its sectarian infractions ol the
law the less will the car of the majority he open to reason when
Ihere are really important issues involved,
'Ihi- is a simple principle in the conservation of minority energj
i" which I have frequently referred In the past. More succinctly
put, the minority must save its shots m behalf of probable and
bignificanl victories. Hence, when I opposed the collateral religion
in-tne-scnools case. I was not supporting me piacuces mu nau ..ee.,
Challenged. Certainly, the violation existedand. in fact, exists
loday long after the case has been argued. What 1 opposed was the
entry ot a Jewish organization into the battle when the Florida Civil
rties Union had already issued its call to arms and when similar
eases launched in Pennsylvania and Maryland were by then long
nee pen.ung belore the United States Supreme Court.
sND ANGERING THE LINES Of COMMUNICATION
THE ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE decision with respect to the
cross on the courthouse must be regarded* in this light It is
nt only unlair to charge the ADL with 'cowardice;" it is also In-
accurate. To be sure, the League recognizes the issues involved in
the annual Christmas custom here; and, although I do not speak
for the organization, it would seem eminently certain to me that
t- officials are as unhappy about the custom as the more militant
Knight* among us who ha\'e been urging a charge lull tilt into the
!
Bui weighed against such a dashing impulse to action should
'e these in.ue sober second thoughts What are the chances ot win
ing even on appeal? Are there not responsible authorities in the
law who have suggested that the cross, II privately hung and pri-
.it annual hangings because the I. tier of the civil libertarian issue
nvoWed distinctly declares ,i within the hounds of democratic pro
pnety to use public facilities lor occasional religious purposes? (How
bout starting a campaign to OU81 voting booths from synagogues
i signated as precinct polling places?
And finally: What other issues ami ime- m communication cur-
rently existing between the Jewish and general communities lure,
i neater meaning and purpose to each and to both, would be en
red as a consequence ol an ill-conceived decision to do battle
gainst windmills?
it is not a matter of "cowardice '" It is a matter of concerning
i urselves with first things first. Is the annual CTOSS hanging on the
Dade County Courthouse in truth one of these? If those who think
" is prevail, then we may possibly win a skirmish while endangering
the whole war.
Kennedy to Speak
At AJCommittee
Lehman Dinner
By Special Report
NEW YORK Attorney Gen-
eral Robert F. Kennedy will be
principal speaker at the 1964 Her-
j bert H. Lehman Human Relations
Award Dinner on Apr. 16 at the
Plaza Hotel, it was announced
; here by Morris B. Abram, presi-
dent of the American Jewish Com-
mittee, which sponsors the annual
award.
Recipient of the Lehman award
will be Samuel D. Leidcsdorf. 82-
ycar-old business executive and
communal philanthropic leader.
He will be cited "for a half cen-
tury of dedicated service to human
rights and human relations
causes."
The Herbert 11. Lehman Human
Relations Award was established
in 1963. shortly before Gov. Leh-
man's death, to honor "the per-
son who best exemplifies those
creative achievements in human
relations that characterize Herbert
H. Lehman's outstanding career
ol public service." Gov. Lehman,
a long time leader of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, was an
honorary vice president of the or-
ganization at the time of his
death.
The Apr. 16 Lehman Award Din-
ner will launch the American
ATTORNlf GENERAL KENNEDY
Jewish Committee's 1964 Appeal
for Human Relations, its nation-
wide fund-raising campaign. The
1964 goal is $4,500,000.
Defense Attorney
Is Accused Nazi
Continued from Page 1-A
camp, the attorney said:
"I did not even know that there
was a concentration camp in
Mauthensen until the end of the
war."
He is defending Robert Mulka
and Karl Joecker, two former SS
adjutants at Auschwitz, and Emil
Bednarek, a former Auschwitz
trustee, in the Frankfurt trial.
Mt. Sinai Plans
Annual Meeting
On Apr. 23
Mt. Sinai Hospital will hold '-
I 15th annual membership meet .
Thursday, Apr. 23. 8 p.m., in
hospital's Louis E. Wolfson A
I ton urn
Included on the agenda will
the election of three new trust --
to the hospital's board to fill c
lent vacancies and the reeled ~
of many of the trustees now s
ing the hospital.
Ernest Janis, chairman of t-s
Nominating Committee, will p--
sent the slate. Following elec-
tions will be installation ears-
monies conducted by Judge Hi
old B. Spaet, of the Circ.r
Court.
Guest speaker will be Dr. I
den C. Nicholson, dean of
University of Miami's School
Medicine, whose topic is "Mod
Education and Hospital Care.'
According to the president >t
Mt. Sinai Hospital, J. Gerald L
is, brief report son the activi -
of 1963 will be presented, as \ ill
as choral renditions by the I
pital's School of Practical Nur- j
Glee Club.
Lewis said that the public is
vited to attend and that refr.
ments will be served by
Women's Auxiliary following
meeting.
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Friday. April 10, \%,
Jack Popick (right), Miami Beach business and communal
leader, discovers that Miami's hotels have nothing on this
onethe new 400-room 17-story Hilton, now rising on the Tel
Aviv seashore. PoDick, who returned from Israel last week,
surveys the site with Shimon Horn, vice president of the Is-
rael Investor's Corooration, major investor in the American
Israel company which initiated and is developing the Tel
Aviv-Hilton project. Popick, who serves as financial secre-
tary of Temple Emanu-El, is also a member of the Board of
IIC, Hebrew University in Jerusalem and the Israel Bond cam-
paign.
ATLANTA EXECUTIVE
Fahn to Speak
Before Broward
County JFCS
Kn Fahn, executive director of
Jewish Children's Service of At-
i. nta, Ga., will be guest speaker
at the second annual meeting of
JFCS of Broward County on Sun-
daj evening. 8 p.m.. at Temple
Beth El in Hollywood.
Fahn will discuss "Today's Chii-
Tomorrow"s World."' The
guest speaker holds a Master's
degree m social work from the
New York School of Social Work.
Columbia University, and is a
mber of the Academy of Cer-
tified Social Workers.
He is a pa si faculty member of
the Department of Sociology at
the City College of New York.
El/ FAHN
Reform Rabbis
Hear Noted
Bible Translator
By Special Report
SARASOTA Reform rabbis
from five southeastern states were
told this week by a noted Biblical
scholar why a new translation ol
the Torah was necessary.
Rabbi Bernard .1 Bamberger, ol
Temple Shaaray Tefila, New York
City, a member of the committee
which is making a new Jewish
translation ol the Bible, the first
part of which appeared in Jan-
uary. 1963. pointed out some ol
the reasons for undertaking the
new versions.
Speakir.g before the Southeast
Association of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis,
which held a regional seminar in
Sarasota on Monday through
Wednesday, Dr. Bamberger told
the group that "anyone who has
attempted to teach the Bible in
one of the traditional English
I translations has had the experi-
, ence that he must spend much
time, not in explaining the Bible,
but in explaining the English.
"This is due not only to the
i archaic language we have come
i to think of as 'Biblical style,' but
(also to the fact that curlier trans
lations followed the word order
I and idiom of the Hebrew original
I too slavishly.''
Dr. Bamberger explained that
"in their reverence lor the -acred
text, they tended, as far as pos-
sible, to render it word for word."
"In addition to providing a
1 translation that is more compre-
hensible because it is in idiomatic
contemporary English." Dr. Hani
1 berger continued, "the translators
have made full use of all the re-
. sources available for a more exact
t rendering. They consulted the
great Hebrew commentators of
! the Middle Ages, the works ol
j more recent scholars, Jewish and
Christian, and the latest fit
' of archaeologists anil students ol
Near Eastern languages
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ted Scientist
ill Address
University Group
On Thursday evening, Apr. 16.
* p.m., the American Friends of
Ihe HebreiriUniversity will meet
ni the Algiers Ii reption honoring the Kitli year of
ependence of the State of Is-
rael.
\., rding to Jack S. Popick,
president of the South Florida Di-
v ision of the American Frien s,
Prof. William Low. lir-t head of
Ihe Hebrew University's Authority
lor [''.."arch and Development,
v ill come to Miami Beach lor the
special i vent.
Prof, Low, one of Israel's moat
eminent physicists, was the recip-
ienl of the Israel Prize tor Fxact
Science in 1962. A member of the
New York Academy of Science, as
well as a Professor of Experimen-
tal Phy-ics at the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem since 1950, Prof.
Lou is the author of numerous
scientific papers published in jour-
nals throughout the world and was
the recipient of a Guggenheim
KWIouslijp last summer. During
iJP current visit to the United
States, Prof. Low is pursuing re-
search at M I T.
Attendance at the annual Inde
pendence Day celebration will in-
clude the membership of the
Friends, the American Jewish
Physicians' Committee, which is
the medical arm of the Hebrew
University organization, the Alpha
Omepa Dental Fraternity, and the
pharmaceutical and accountant
groups affiliated with the South
Florida Division of the American
Friends. A premiere showing of
the film, "In Search of History."
will be presented, showing the
events which have led up to the
findings recently announced by the
Archaeological Department at the
university.
On the Planning Committee for
he celebration are Maurice Rev
Jit/. Jacob Rifkin, Leonard Rosen.
Hiec presidents; Leo RobinsoD.
ecretary; Charles Charcowsky,
rs. Oida ( Rubin. Samuel T.
iro, Herbert S Shapiro, honor-
ary presidents: Jack D. Gordon.
|Wrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Aca
Identic Council co-chairmen; and
.Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, Women -
Division chairman. Greater Miami.
Other committee members are
Sidn< y Ansin, William Bornstein.
Mrs. Charles Charcowsky. Mr.
and Mrs. Abram Fox. Mayshic
Frietiberg. Prof. Bert ho Id Fnedl.
FOR COMBINED APPEAL
Denmark Will
Chair Southgate
Residents Drive
Joseph Denmark, a resident of
Southgate Towers, whose activities
are prominently listed in 'Who's
Who fa World Jewry," will serve
as chairman of the Residents
Drive tor Southgate Towers, it
was announced Wednesday by Dr.
Irving l.ehrnian. 1964 CJA chair-
man
"We are pleased that Southgate
Towers Will join Morton Towers.
Crystal House. Imperial House,
and many other high-rise apart-
ment developments in support of
our city's agencies sponsored by
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, and in support of the
overseas needs of Jewish fami-
ies across the world through
Combined Jewish Appeal,'" Dr.
Lehrman stated.
A committee is now being form-
ed by Denmark, whose many ac-
. tivities prior to moving to Miami
Bernard Katz, Max Kolker. Sam- Reach included Iife director,
uel Lachman and Harold Thur- steubenville. O.. Jewish Commun-
man. ity Council; president of Congre
Soviet Commies
Attack Book
Continued from Page 1-A
hailed the action of the Soviet au-
thorities in moving with "unex-
ampled speed" in reacting to the
publication <'i the anti-Semitic
hook In an e litorial commenting
on the statement concerning the
book by the Ideological Commis-
sion of the Soviet Communist Par-
ty, the Observer expressed the
hope that the action would "serve
.i> a precedent" for the future.
The Observer's expert on Soviet
affairs, Edward Crankshaw, sal i
that the Communist Commission's
action "is an indication of how
sensitive the Soviet Government is
to charges of anti-Semitism."
JOSEPH DENMARK
gation B'nai Israel, Steubenville.
0.; director. Jewish Home for the
Aged. Pittsburgh, and active lead-
ership in the United Jewish Ap-
peal Tri-State Region there; B'nai
B'rith; Jewish Theological Semi-
nary; Weizmann Institute; and
many other nationally known Jew-
ish philanthropies.
Senior Citizens to /Meet
Senior Citizens of Dade Heights
will meet Sunday. 2 p.m.. at Wash-
i ington Federal Auditorium. 693
'nK 167th St.. No. Miami Beach.
1 The organization recently joined
, the National Council of Senior Citi-
j zens and is also a member ot the
Senior Citizens Service Center in
Miami.
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SUNDAY AT THE FONT AMBLE AU
Zionist 16th Anniversary Celebration Will
Feature Sen. Gore, Molly Picon, Joan Field
ack S. Popick and Leonard
sen, co-chairmen of the dinner
(.ice of the South Florida Dis-
1. ts o! the Zionist Organization
. America, celebrating the 16th
a liversary ot the State of Israel.
. e announced that Judge Har-
B, Spaet. a past president of
Miami Beach Zionist District.
I active civic leader, will be
- Stmaster of the program.
The dinner dance, which will
honor Mr. and Mrs. Charles Char-
COWSky, is scheduled for Sunday
evening. 6:30 p.m., in the French
and Jade Rooms of the Fontaine
bleau Hotel.
Molly Picon, famous actress
v.'he recently appeared on Broad-
way in "Milk and Honey," and
who will star in "Milk and Hon-
ey" when it opens at the Coco-
net Grove Playhouse next week,
is one of the highlights of the
special program.
Miss Picon, who has achieved
international lame as an out-
standing actress, started her
career in the Yiddish theatre oi
New York
.\ .peiial musical program will
be offered by Joan field, consid
ered one of America- foremost
women violinists. Miss Field, a
personal friend of the Charcow-
sk\> and in honor of the occasion,
has arranged a program oi l-
raeli and Yiddish selections
Internationally renowned. Mi-
Field has appeared in concerts
and recitals throughout the United
States. Canada. Europe and S
Vmerica. She expects to visit Is-
rael in the near future and to
sponsor a series of appearances
throughout Israel, the proceeds of
which she will contribute to the
Hebrew University. The Ameri-
can Friends of the Hebrew I'ni-
t-ersHv have already set up a
musical library at the University
,.i Jerusalem in her name.
While In Israel, Miss Field will
be the guest ol Mrs Anna Kusch.
lurmerl) ol Miami Beach, mother
ot Dr. Ralph KiMCh lure.
Guest speaker will be Sen. Al-
bert Gore, of Tennessee, rank-
ir3 member of the Senate For-
eign Relations Committee. A
special cardlelighting ceremony
celebrating Israel's 16th anni-
versary has been arranged by
*
Argentine Jews Study Rising Terror
Continued from Page 1-A
- Argentina, and the audacity
r< their threats, evidence a
:-.ange in method by the extrem-
it groups which now flatly ad-
5cerates and Spinoza
Socrates and Spinoza" will be
tl topic of a lecture by Dr. Abra-
I n Wollson on Thursday morn-
4, 10:30 a.m., before the Spi-
a Forum for Adult Education
i eting in the auditorium of
ishington Federal. 1234 Wash-
. ton Ave.
vocate crime and announce it."
In another development, the Ar-
gentine Jewish community was re-
ported to be concerned over plans
by the Shakespeare Festival Com-
pany, a visiting British troupe, to
include the play. "The Merchant
of Venice." as one of two produc-
tions to be presented here shortly.
The play portrays a Jewish mer-
chant in renaissance Italy in a
manner which evokes Jewish pro-
tests.
Reflecting the growing concern
oxer the play. La Luz. a local
newsonner, cited the anxiety in the
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Rabbi Alexander S. Grots, of
Hebrew Academy.
At the dinner dance, the Cha-
eowskya will be presented with (be
tilth annual "Service to Israel"
Award of the South Florida Dls
trlcts of the ZOA by Dr. |mr'
Lehman, of Temple Emanu-EI
Greetings will be presented by
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall. Rabbi
David Shapiro, of Temple Sinai,
Hollywood, chairman of the South-
east Region ZOA Board of (;,>,
ernors. will pay tribute to Mr and
Mrs. Charcowsky "for then out
standing work on behalt of the
Zionist Organization of America
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Irving I'ietrack and his ,,
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not displaying the required sensi
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"It would be a sample of human
understanding to substitute any
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Page 9-Jl
Sen. Humphrey, Ambassador Comay Will
Speak at AJCongress Convention Here
s. n. Hubert II Humphrey, ofimont Temple. N.Y.. a specialist
Minnesota, and Ambassador Mich-1 on interreligious questions,
ael Comay. permanent representa
The convention session on 'The
! Quest for Jewish Identity" will
hear Dr. Joachim Prinz, president
ol the American Jewish Congress,
Paul H. Vishny, Chicago Jeuis'i
communal leader, and Prof. Jos-
eph Landis. of Queens Colljj|. a
leading Jewish social philosopher.
Me-nbers of the Lawyers Division practicing in the Miami
area meet with Division Chairman Georye Talianoff at Fed-
eration heedquarters to implement their campaign in behalf
of Lie Combined Jewish Appeal. Seated are (left to right)
Robert Shapiro. Robert Traurig, and A. Jay Cri&tol.
Victims Oppose Amendments
Continued from Page 1-A
whose health suffered because
of internment in labor camps or
ghettoes "or for reasons of per-
secution have lived hidden un-
der inhuman circumstances" on
a level equal to those who have
received compensation as a re-
suit of "incarceration in a con-
centration camp."
The resolution also ask d that
"pcrsccutee- unable under the pro-
vision of the German restitution
law tocomph with the key provi-
sion of pro* tag the tr i -u r ol
seised property to the geographi
cal area prescribed by the law
should have the opportunity to reg-
ister their claim and therefore the
i. gistration date- under the law
should be reopened
The nine organizations sponsor-
ing the mass meeting and signing
the resolution, were the Associa-
tion of Yugoslav Jews in the I' S
1.1. Club of Polish Jews, Jewish
Nazi Victims Organization Of
'. nitel Rumanian Jews of Ameri-
America, American Association of
Former European Jurists. Ameri-
can Federation <>i .lews from Cen-
tral Europe, Association of Jews
i>'om Czechoslovakia in the I'. S.
World Federation of Hungarian
Jews, and the Widows Group.
tive of Israel at the United Na-
tions, will be the principal speak-
ers at the national biennial con-
vention of the American Jewish
Congress in Miami Beach on Apr.
It to 19.
Six hundred delegates from all
sections of the country are ex-
pected to attend the live-day
meeting, which will elect officers
and set organization policy for
the coming two years.
Irving Kane, of Cleveland, will
Serve as convention chairman. i
Sen. Humphrey will address
the convention banquet Saturday
evening, Apr. 18 which will hon-
or the 16th birthday of Israel
and his own sixteenth anniver-
sary as a senator from Minne-
sota.
Ambassador Comay will speak
at a special international affairs
luncheon Friday. Apr. 17.
Three key issues will be debated
at the AJCongress convention:
The New Look in Christian-
Jewish Relations.
The Changing Role of the
Jewish Community in the Racial
Crisis.
The Quest for Jewish Iden-
tity,.
Speaking on Christian-Jewish
relations will be Ft. Robert F.
Drinan, S.J.. dean of the Boston ^
Collejge Law School and a leading
Catholic authority on church-state J
relations; Dr. David R. Hunter. ]
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Friday, April 10, 1964
Committee Formed for Tribute to Sam Blanks
\ committee of Greater Miami's
standing communal leaders was
ected Wednesdaj to serve as
i .ts Mr the Israel Independence
ner at the Fontainebleau Hotel
I Apr 19.
nnouncemenl of the appoint'
I nts as made bj Mr and Mrs.
rl Weinkle, chairmen of the
I< mmittee ol Hosts for the tune-
i. which will honor Mr. and
s. Sam Blank for their distin-
guished service to the State of
] -. ael on the occasion ol the 16th
liversary of independence.
The black tie dinner, with
Leonard Rosen serving as chair-
ran and Samuel Friedland and
J A. Car.tor as co-chairman, will
-tature an address by Sen. Ernest
C-ruening, of M.as^a, and the
: esentation of the State of Is-
i>el Medallion of Honor to the
E anks.
the distinctive continental or-
stra oi Rasha Rodelle "ill play
3 the community-wide salute to
ael a:ul to the Blanks.
ack S. Popick. chairman ot
Beard ot Governors of the
insuring Greater Miami Com-
i ttee for State of Israel Bonds:
S. Anna Brenner Meyers, chair-
j an of the Women's Division; and
. urice Revitz, chairman of the
-tees of Israel, are working
h the Committee of Hosts to
<-. irdiaate plans lor the Inclepend
e Dinner.
in. Gruening attracted interna-
lal attention last year with a!
472-pagC report on U.S. aid to ten
,-ir East countries submitted to
Sen; t< Committee on Govern-
nt Operations, It followed a
month trip by the Alaska leg-;
..tor to Turkey. Iran. Syria.;
lanon Jordan. Israel. Greece.1
n>ia. Libya and E\pt.
Representatives of the many
: ganiiations in which Mr. and
' rs. Blank have played a major
; adership role will be invited to
f esenf special Scrolls of Honor
: the medallion recipients at the
dependence Dinner, Rosen an-
rsuneed.
Hank is a trustee of the I'm-
sity of Miami. Ml Sinai llos-
.il and the Greater Miami Jew-
i Federation. He was one of
prime organizers of both the
-pltal and Federation,
Irs Blank's leadership in such
ganizations as Hadassah, ORT.
meer Women and other groups
clping the State of Israel has ex-
uded over the years since the
eption of the Jewish Slate.
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-if in lini. iIn M .'.--|.ii AI..I..U. I'.i> .\ I.I in.
wr AlimmnwIlE, William Agra-
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ink Hi mhe>, Hi Hi r-
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Hal K pel
Minn Kureia fanford kmmer,
. k ,.!/. Ini .' Ism li ..
Uel Kill
Uu-hmau, Slilnt-j l.i-lki
1,;l, id i.. oi inM. Irviim nr-
i,l.ill, Si..... I-' -"-" '''.....'
I > ,,, David l.i iln* n, I- Ion I e> i.
.1 ,;,,.,i,i uww, laliUiri U-lbhober.
M ,v \ l.in- hiti Sam
MHU.ii l.ubarr, I ifcoar Mambi r. Natn-
an .M..in..-is. i. i-1> Manalmi li Dave
.Miuxullea. Ben Maifcowttl. Samuel
M.illi.i ,, .
I...in- Mi-rwitmer, llJimn He
iin.-iii Ifever, Morris MIreUky, Mor-
r\ l: .Mi.irl>. [iOlHfl MeaeowltS, Mnn-
i. i i" Myera, lluae Newman, Sauna
i M.II. K. Albert liill'ii. Marry Ptatoff,
I...U Poller, h.i in Pollock, David
Ponve, David Provua, Aeon Pro* or,
Jacob Bablnowlta, Joseph E Itr.ek-
nvsky. .In--. I'll Rambam, Philip FU
man, Sam Relnhard, Hyland Rtfat
Iti'lljll mill Kin,.. I..., tloblnvOQ, .Ins-
,.|ili i:.. Max ttoBen, Jullun fWea-
-i.-in. Ham I. I.ub> Ahi n h ,, Run
Harr.i i Rub n, Joi Rub n, 8ej mour
Rubin .I..-.pli Hack*.
Als.i S- ilt 'in- -il > ii ill- i Man"- li.
-.in.Lin. Solomon Bi hlfl .-.i m -
man, Vic lor Sehonwetter, Sol
SVhwarts, Joah'ii Seaal, l..nu< Seit-
iii>. Max She...... Norman Shapiro,
Ri iii.iiniii Shapiro, Mm ra> \ Shaw,
i ri ill Sher, i"i ed Hhnchet, i.....i>
Shulkln, .-.i ii i I SWelman, Hnrr> Sll-
\ Silverateln, Hal r) Slin-
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Aim Ren Smi I Una, Lnul V I
man. Leonard Holompn, Fred s->in-
,,i ..i, in, i 'liai li H nun. Nathanii I
Soroff. Nathan Hplegelman, Joaapb I
So in. Philip Si..... I.'i- Sternnhelli,
I..;,, i t. lu h, Dhlllp Thau, Harold
Thui n an Ba I Troakj. Isaac Unii i
man, Abnihani I I slandar, Na4 Wald-
iii.in. Alfred \\:i\iiiaii. Julian Weinkle,
il Ki-anklln (%'IIIbuna, Manuel Vave
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Main hi- i&irelaky, Bllxabelh Zwitlei
-annul Zllll.i. I. I'll /"ill. n and
Mallhww /.n. k. iniaii
Mrs. Sanford Kramer (left) signs Israel Book of Honor at a
reception at the Imperial House hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Weinkle to launch preparations for Israel's 16th anniversary
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Blank, will be honored. Looking on (left to right) are Kramer;
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*Jmlsli ncridfian
Page 11A
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers Seeks
Reelection to Dade County School Board
Currently serving her nth year
mi the Board <>f Public Instruc-
i 'i Attorney Anna Brenner Mey-
ers i~ seeking reelection as ;i Dade
( ountj School Hoard member.
Appointed in 1953 to fill an un-
expired term, Mrs. Meyers was
elected in 1956 and again in i960.
ler supporters say that "during
her tenure. Mi-s Meyers served at
chairman of a Citizen's Commit-
tee recommending improvements
of the school lunch program and
... chairman of a committee to
Eshkol Urged To
Resist Pressure
Continued from Page 1-A
acknowledged religious consti-
tuencies."
"We abhor any attempt I>v
eminent authoritym the United
Mates, in Israel, in the Soviet
\ nion or anywhere else in the
v.orldto interfere with the ex-
pressioo of religion in all its as
pects," the message concluded.
"We know. Mr. Prime Minister,
that you as well as the majority
ol your government and of the
people of Israel who seek to estab
lish a genuine democracy fully
agree with our position. VVc ex-
press the hope that Israel will re-
sist the attack* of the religious ex-
tremists and assure full religious
freedom for all."
re view hid Hi.; forms* ami con-
struction contracts lor school
supplies
she supported the school board
in floating the $34.5 million dol-
lar Bond Issue for school build
ings and cla-srooms. urged tin
establishment of a Junior College
in Dade ('utility, which led to
Miami Dade Junior College now
serving 8.000 students daily;
recommended and was successful
1:1 persuading the board to In-
crease salaries of teacher and
Other school personnel; and urg-
ed adoption of bidding on milk, ice
cream and food, resulting in
large savings of money."
More recently, her supporters
declare. Mrs. Meyers recommend-
ed establishment of a committee
01 representative citizens to study
I he quality of education in Dade
County Schools. The resultant
Quality Education Committee has
been responsible tor dividing the
I),, e County School System into
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superintendent responsible 1 0 r
each, representing approximately
50,000 pupils in elementary, jun-
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yen Assn, She served as vice
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Friday. April 10, 1
m
Jews in Appeal Against Soviet Anti-Semitism
Continued from Pgt 1-A
Jewry "will net rest until justice
it achieved tor the Jews in Rus-
sia." Label A. Katx, national
president of B'nei B'rith, presid-
ed over the session.
Justice Goldberg stressed that
"the denial of human rights by
the Soviet Union to Jews is proper-
ly a matter of deep concern to
all Americans of every religious
pcr>uasion." He emphasized that
the conference cannot be unmind-
iul of the plight of the great body
of people in the Soviet Union
wbOM human right to freedom of
religious exercise is substantial!)
curtailed.
"The discrimination against
Jews by the Government of the
Soviet Union is an aspect of over-
all discrimination against all re-
ligious groups." Justice Goldberg
said. '"It is, however, something
more Hum a manifestation of reli-
gious repression by an atheist
slate. The evidence is overwhelm
ing that the religious and cultural
freedom of Soviet Jewry is more
severely limited than any other re-
ligious group and that discrimina-
tion against Soviet Jews has
reached alarming proportions.
The tragic experience of mankind
with the cancer of anti-Semitism.
so fresh in the minds of all, makes
it imperative that those who be-
lieve in the dignity of man and
in human rights speak out in vig-
orous protest."
Justice Goldberg then enumer-
ated specific discriminations prac-
ticed against Jews in the Soviet
Union, as compared with the
rights enjoyed by other national-
ities in the USSR. "Jews," he
*aid, "are vilified in the Soviet
press and other mass media which
rellect hostility to the Jewish peo-
ple as such. This has reached
BUCh proportions that Western
Communist parties, which general-
ly follow slavishly the Kremlin
line, have been moved to protest
tht publication of a blatantly anti-
Semitic hook, published late last
year in Kiev, copies ot which have
just cnnie tn light in this country
in the rest of the Western
world.
"This !>"nk. 'Judaism Without
: lellishment' he said, "is not
.- p i\ itely printed tract; it was
official!) issued b) the Ukrainian
Academ) of Science and had a
istantial press run in the
t krainian language i ha\ e .....n
i .- nook an I u- cartoons arc
reminiscent of Julius
Stretcher's 'Der Stuermer,' that
r. ti i in. Nazi publication."
The Supreme Court Justice
said he noted in Sunday'- news
papers that the hierarchy of the
s v hi [deolo zical Committee ol
thi Communist Part) has issued
what appears to be a partial re-
pudiation of "Judaism Without
Embellishment.*'
Justice Goldberg also touched
on the play, "The Deputy." He
said: "I am one who, having
read the full text of Rolf Hoch-
huth's controversial play, 'The
Deputy,' and who having lived
through those terrible days, be"
lieve that the dramatist did not
do justice to that great and good
Pontiff, Pope Pius Xlt. Jews
are and should be grateful for
what the Pope and the Catholic
Church did to rescue innocent
Jewish victims of Nazi insanity
and barbarism. But whatever
one's views about the play's
characterization of the Pope, all
men of good will must agree
with the ancient Biblical teach-
ing echoed in the play, that we
are indeed our brother's keep-
er, and that it is the duty of all
men at all times and under all
circumstances to speak out
against the denial of human
rights whenever and wherever
such denial occurs. In matters
of conscience, there can be no
missing voices."
Sen. Ribicoff. in a lengthy ad-
dress, reviewed the situation of
the Jews in the Soviet Union and
the discrimination practised
against them in various fields.
He called upon the "world con-
science" to put the fight for equal
Jewish rights in Russia as a "maj-
or item" on its agenda. He call-
ed especially on all Americans to
raise their voices in protest, say-
ing that: "Within our government,
the Senate of the United States I
has historically been one of the j
most effective forums for express-j
ing officially the aroused con-1
science of our country."
He therefore called upon the
Senate to "meet its solemn respon-
sibility again by condemning re-
ligious persecution behind the
Iron Curtain.'* He told the au-
dience that, last September, he
introduced a Senate resolution for
this purpose, which was supported
by 3 other Senators from all
parts of the country, representing
different points of view m both
political parties, "who shared in
the belief that it is time for the
Senate to take an official stand
on the Soviet Government's sys-
tematic policy of Jewish persecu-
tion.
"The chairman of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee,
Sen. J. William Fulbright, has
assured me that hearings will
be held on my resolution," said j
Sen. Ribicoff. "I am hopeful
they will take place at n early :
date, and be followed by prompt
passage of the resolution. The
Soviet Government will feel the
force of public opinion aroused
in this nation and throughout
the world," he stated.
Rabbi Miller reported among,
other things that 396 synagogues
have been closed in Russia dur-
ing the last seven years, and that
less than 100 have remained now,
according to official publications
in the Soviet Union. He also drew
attention to the fact that Jewish
cemeteries have been and are be-
ing closed in Moscow. Kiev and
Minsk. He stressed the fact that
some 200 Jew s have been senten-
ced to death for alleged "economic .
crimes,'" and that no Jewish book
has been published in the Soviet |
Union in the last few years, nor
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Calling to order the opening
session, Bnai B'rith President
Label Katz stated: "We have a
singular purpose. It is without
political overtones. It is removed
from Cold War problems."
Highlighting the history of Sov-
iet treatment of the Jews in the
USSR with the outstanding current
examples, Mr. Katz said: "We are:
here to speak for a community ot
Jews in the Soviet Union that is
trapped in silence. It cannot
speak for itself." He referred to
the conference as "an assembly
of historic dimensions: an assem-
bly predicated on Jewish unity-
unity Of mind and purpose." and
one which has "gathered to bean
witness and to protest."
Earlier reports from Washing-
ton that the organizers of the con
ference sent a cable to Soviet
Premier Nikita Khrushchev, ask-
ing him for comment on the is-
sues which the conference is clis-
cussing, were denied here today.
No such cable was sent.
The 24 co-sponsoring organiza-
tions of the conference are Amer-
ican Jewish Committee. American
Jewish Congress. American Israel
Public Affairs Committee. Ameri-
can Trade Union Council for Hista-
drut. American Zionist Council.
Bnai B'rith, Central Conference
ol American Rabbis, Conference
of Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations, Hadassah,
Jewish Agency for Israel-Ameri-
can Section, Jewish Labo," Com-
mittee. Jewish War Veterans of
the United States of Amcr.ca, Lab-
or Zionist Movement.
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rachi, National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council, National
Council of Jewish Women. Ration-
al Council of Young Israel. Rab-
binical Assembly, Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America. Synagogue Council
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Hebrew Congregations, Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
America, United Synagogue of
America, and the Zionist Organi-
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*GUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
' I p.m. s.-iuil.i> v::m m.vn.
.-.mi..n: "imi, r..ii Acknowledge-
'< in i"f ili.> .\M'-:,u r>...-(riii.-.- ftur
Mllxvnh: Martin, mm ..1 Mr. mill Mm
Ralph llelkln.
*HVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION ?85 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cnntor Israel Kershner.
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*NSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Sch-
warti
Richard Garrett. 15-year-old 10th grade student at Miami
Be:-.- Senior Hiqh School walked oway with first place hon-
ors r the North Shore Optimist Club meetinq last week and
ed the opportunity to compete in the zone finals on
Ap: 15. Lei' to right are Murray Sonnett, zone oratorical con-
..".airman; tirst place winner, Ganett; second place win-
trier .4-year-old Mark Bunim; third place winner. 14-year-
nmy Dokson; and club president, Sidney Sussman.
3ETH DAVID. 262S SW 3rd ave. Con-
aervative. R.ibui Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipion.
FVIdnj :!". bSim Mitavuh: 1:1 >.
JiniBlit. r .11 Mi. and .Mrs. Harold
Buk.iwltr. S:iiim-.i.i\ '. .i.in. flar
Mitavnh: Mlchar-1, s......r Mrs Rerlha
lv.-tl.-i ; Saiun. I. win ..I' Mr, :i"'l Mr*
.l:u k Kaler.
3ETH EL. 500 SW 17tn ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schifr.
PrWIn.v B:lo p.m. Bnturdai 6:80 a.m.
3ETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
Friday 6:35 p.m Katurda) : a.m.
Hermon: "American Jewrj Awaken*
tii a Ken Crl&l "
9ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
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BETH KODESH 1101 SW lith ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor ("red Bernstin.
Katurdio s:4.* a.m Sermon Holj
t'ruPitrti p.m. "I'h, I'ortl......1
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New Sacrifices We Must
Present en Altar of God
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
28 Nisan 6:22 p.m.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
h'rldny .::i". and R:1S p.m. Eb-rmon:
"Spiritual L#aderalilp." bhturdaj 9
Hill. S.iin.iii m-.li. atioii."
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER, 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah.
mias.
Ptiduy t |i.in. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Ser.......: "Acceptance Religion."
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 102:
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Maurice Nau.
i'ri.i;i S:l.*i p.m. Sermon: "We Are
All Different, V.t the Same." s.n-
urda> 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "HoUne**
A ['radical A.h i.-\ .-iii.-nl."
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. RaVbl
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
r*rlda> s-Sll p.m .ttermon: "U'etarj
l i...-f>!ii:, i i,i- Doctoral Saturday
S I ".am l:.ii- .Mii/A.ilr Robert, Bon
"i Mr ami Mm, [rwin Coopei
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rao-
hi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet
Gale.
frldn) r. p.m. Sermon: "There
Ale Mail) Kinds of Leprow) "
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Hyman Gross.
Frlda> s:i.-. p.m Baturdaj a.m.
Uar Mltxvnh I >m i.l. win ..i Ml and
Mis. Herman Turner.
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Dickson.
FYlday 8:1.1 p.m. Sermon "Holo-
caust Day." Saturda) :41 a.m Ser-
mon: "Sacrifice of the Heart." Bur
Ultxvnh: Stewart, s..n of Mr. an.I
Mr- ii. n S, Slutsky,
TEMPLE Zldiv. o/20 SW 17th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Win.
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
Saturday : a.m Itur Mltivah Mitch-
II w.n .11 Mi an.I .Mr- I:. iij.iiiu.-i
Seidman
H5Z0 W D xie Hwy. Conservative.',, .- .. .
.
: / DR. HERBERT M.
BAUMGARD
temple Beth Am
' rorah portion of this week
as Mini:' >f- the ancient
i practices with respect to
. upon the Altar, in
inai ays, these priestly prac-
i iffer vory tittle fnmi those
el pawn -prnplt's who \\nr-
, >li.(.-ti thisr sorbs by means of
sacrifices, The question
white cones to our mind is,
'lit-, could the ancient Hebrews
I iiiii !i the oldest kind of cere-
'nibni:,! ritual" and still cmerue
with ethical doctrines far super-
ior to those of the pagans?"
We believe that the answer is
to I* round in the proclamations
ui th< Prophets who insisted that
what God desired most was not
sacrifice* but justice, mercy
and kindness. Since the Bible
contains such a strong ethical
content, we must assume that,
someiiow, the Hebrews managed
to diminish the importance ol
Hie Old pagan ceremonial forms
Ir n odern times, no Jew wor-
ships iy means of animal sacri-
fices. Some of us have substi-
tuted other ceremonial forms,
but still others attempt to live
Judaism primarily as an cxpres-
sioi i ethical teaching, with
li111* e of ritual. It is the com
. lenient of those who em
thics above ceremony
in aism that, by so doing.
R'hbi Smion April. Cantor 1-
Fein.
: ii .;-,- .,' i
M .l.i: i
ilu liar M
i.f .M n Mi -.,-.- i ,.
I
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3ETH RAPHAEL 13" NW 3rd ave
Orthodox. Ralph Kneger, secre
tary.
I'll.l V S \
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TEMPLE BETH SH RAH. 75(K> Svv
120 thSt Reconstructionist, Rabbi
Morris Sxop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lifl).
Tin Hi
toward ll
lltua Uiw
"Si Si rill..11 Nil
Skup will
s
il I: lifts
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative Rabbi Henrif
Wernick.
l-'ii.ia\ R:3n |i hi Sermon Dlalllu-
Mlonmrnt." t.....r Shnbhal hosted i.v
SlKterhood. Saturda : .i m
I in.hi: "f'ortlon of tin U I,
YOUNG ISRAcl, u NE 171 at
Orthodox. Habbi Sherwin St.uiber
I-1 i.l ,.. ; i j |i m .-.mil du> I" la a m
s. i mull I'.i the Week Bar
Mltzv.ili IJniT) Hal inon -.....i \i .
mid Hi.- I:, n i

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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 .Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi -Morton MalavSky, Cantor
Ernest Sttfin^r.
Sat'll
Pin M e va Ii S't a n Ii
I Mi .-,'.;,
' Hi. l-all,.

BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. R.ickovsky
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BETH TORAH. 16-m. st and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip- TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chasf
achitx. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen- fe- Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh
baum Cantor David Conviser.
&;H:'f:H ^,:>'SE'
i- i,.;. T .'' ^",urd" \ ''". Inna Sue. da I.......I Mrs
l .ii Mltxvah: ISi-rry, son ol Mr mid .... vieltu
SI is. I'hllln I--.-I. -.. Scott, son ul Mi ""' Mettua. ^____
""lM|- Irvine Kayi temple b'nai Abraham. 38,
B'NAi rapmafi "lini Mw idi.-rt Ei NE '67,h St. Conservative. Rabbi
eCoAnrv^,veA%Lab;rHa^d,R3,'ch,fr. Z&TcAJ'"*'"'" ^"^ *H
Cantor Joel L-rner. "nder ******__ # ____
I An cd MAUAfkT n uu, K,., TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st r2 ,ve Conservative. RabDi S |
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Oavid Ros- (V1 Machtei
enfeld. Cantor Georpa Goldberg. J____ # ____
Fridaj v 13 p.m Sermon: "Tou Shall I temple EM/nu-el. 1701 Washing '
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine i
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL
I7C1 Washingcon Ave.. M B.
t\.-i-. : \ ,u i\
DP IKVING LEHRMAN. Rabbi
Mirth Adler. Cintor
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asking new questions
the individual is free to devote
more of his time to the more
important things in life.
.Nevertheless, it is clear that
many Jew.-, irrespective of
whether or not they are ritual-
ists, lead lives which are in sharp
divergence from our highest
ethical teaching. It would seem
that modern Jews have difficulty
in regarding Judaism as having
an imperative demand upon their
lives.
Perhaps the time has come for
ii- to think once again ol what
sacrifices we might have to pre-
sent upon the Altar of God, 1
do not speak, of course, of ani-
mal sacrifices I speak of the
offerings that we can give from
the deeds of our lives towards
the causes that we associate with
God. The late President Ken-
nedy once said. "Don't ask.
'what can my country give to
me,' but. "what can I do for my
country?' *' We .lews need to
ask ourselves today. "What can
I do to restore the imperative
character of my religion? What
do I do each day that is evidence
of my JewishnessT By what
deeds do I show that I am aware
I,.- Hoi) Ones Bhabbal hosted bj
Mr. .ni,l Air-. David Uoldenberg In
honor of their wedding annlversorj
Hitturtlay : ti.m. Bar Mllivah: !.
Plilllii.. I-..N of Mr. iiti.l Mrs Matthew
Cohen
FT. LAUOERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Hh ii..'n M. Levlton.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Friday K: > p.m. Saturday vr, a.m.
Sermon: "The ESIoqtlence "f Silence."
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
r*ritl*i> v.".i' p in. Saturday 9 a.m. I
Har Mltavah: Stephen, son .t David
Xoabaum; David, ,-..n ..t Mr. and
Mi.-. Baric Hamilton.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
l-'i-nl.i.i 8:l.i p.m. Sermon: "My Re-
\ i. \\ .t' "Tit Deputy" after Seeing tli*1
Play ..ii Broadway."
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ava
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca
Podet and Cantor Gordon Rich.irds
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. \.' i,l-l> .vl'"' '"" .Sa,,ufda> l" :;" "';.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. r Mltavah: R-'hert .i.-li.ll. -..n ..I
Cantor Abraham Seif. Mr. and Mi>. l-..n.,l.| l-.n.-tt
MIAMI BEACH" Et7~CHAIM. 1544 TEMPLE ME NOR AH 620 75th at
Washington ave Orthodox. Rabbi Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
Abraham Strassteld.
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
VINYONAIRES CO N G R E CATION. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. ane
3737 Bud Rd. Modern Traditional. Jatum Waterway. Modern Tradi
____ # ____ tionat. Rabbi Eugene LaboviW
OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phme.is Weber, frldaj vl.. p.m Sal a.m.
nun Junior eliulr : in ser-
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K Imisli mfrrldtor
Friday. April 10. 1964
Browsing With Books: By HILARY IWINDIIN
Studies in Problems cf American Prejudicial Practice
RECrGIOt/S CONFLICT IN AMERICA. Edited by
Earl Raab. 231 pp. New York: Doubleday,
Anchor Books A 392. $1.25.
TTHE WORD of the year is surely dialogue."
' which at least seems a hopeful step forward
from previous words-ot-the-year, one of which was
'lithotomy." One senses, in the movement lrom
MM word to the other, a willingness to eommuni-
ci be, to discuss. This pocket book of "studies in
the problems beyond bigotry" offers selections
which range from aspects of interreligious differ-
ences to the religious-secular conflict itself, and.
logically, to the church-state issue under whose guise
the other conflicts are so otten presented.
Clark Vincent conies up with interesting statis-
tics in "imcrfaith Marriages;" Gerhard Lenski ami
.lames Coleman anthor articles on the social cleav-
oges; Sidney Hook speaks ot religious liberty from
the viewpoint of a secular humanist. Articles
religion and politics and schools, and Will
berg's especially interesting discussion of
Her
The

Capitol Spotlight: By JESSIE HALPERN
Soviet Jewry's Dilemma More Than Matzoh
the "deteriorating status ol
Washington
IT IS MUCH more than a "ques-
tion of Matzoh" which has call-
en forth the most historically in-
tensified joint efforts of the 24-
group American Jewish Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry; convening
ii Washington on Apr S and 6, the
c inference group adopted a long
r. nge national and international
|. ogram to deal with
.i and Judaism in the I
one need only to point to recent flagrant el
i, rts on the part ol the Moscow Government to
denj Soviet Jewrj freedom to preserve the Pass-
over, the closing ol the single and inadquate mat-
/. b bakery in Moscow at the height ol Passover
I i arations, the holding up at customs of mat-
/.. h panels irom abroad, the recent sentencings
oi a disproportionate number ot Soviet Jews lor
so-called economic" crimes; the almost simul-
taneous appearance in the I'nited States of the
March Issue of the cultural exchange magazine
"USSR," featuring an article on the freedom ol
I Write as I Please
By CARL AlPERT
letea at me
This true
licj.
oklet
Israel's Penal System
Haifa
INFILTRATOR who had
^^ been apprehended was sentenced to
jail in Israel Upon completion of the
term, he was deported hack across the
>order Not a very long tune elapse I
before he was back in Israel again, and
teemed to make no effort to avoi
:apture He explained that he had
come back to have his dental work com
prison.
anecdote tells much about Israel's penal
Much mire can be learned from an instructive
lust issued by the Universitj ol Pittsburgh
ess. it is entitled slmplj "Prisons in bead," and it
- written by Dr. Joseph w. Eaton, Professor ol social
irk Research and Sociology at Pitt.
To judge from Dr. Eaton's study. Israel follows an
tremely lenient policy toward criminals on the theory
at except where offenders have to he locked up tor
e actual protection of society, incarceration never
ally punishes or deters, The important thing is to re-
in to society an individual who will not again be a
iolator,
"If Israel were to impose the sentences widely used
.the United States." Eaton writes, "the number ot
. isons mighl well have to be doubled or tripled."
Among the interesting aspects ol prison Life and
iministration to be gleaned from the book are the tol
wing:
Special trade courses are conducted for the inmates
Successful graduates receive a certificate which, upon
lease, entitles them to acceptance as skilled members
1 appropriate trade unions The certificates do no)
indicate where the course was given. Prisoners who are
for short terms only sometimes regret that their re-
.-e comes before they have opportunity to finish the
course and get the coveted qualification.
At the Tel Mond Reformatory, the inmates conduct-
I a successful drama group which also gave pubuc
performances. The repertoire was limited, for lack of
tr-minine players, until a couple of girls from the Uni-
versity of Tel Aviv volunteered to come out to the prison
regularly and take part in the rehearsals.
The authorities are fairly liberal in granting fur-
loughs for weekends or even longer periods so that
ell-behaved prisoners can attend family holidays, fun-
trals or take part in religious observances. Of 600 lur
bughs given in recent years, only five prisoners failed
to return on time, and of the latter onlv one made
^ood his getaway.
Perhaps this attitude toward prisoners may stem at
.east in part from the fact that such a large propor-
tion of Israel s population were themselves at one time
or another in jail for religious or political reasons. The
old-timers had been imprisoned by the Turks in World
War I.
Soviet Jews, with the publication of the Ukrainian
Academy of Sciences' "Judaism Without Embel-
lishment"one of the most blatant and Offensive-
ly anti-Semitic publications to come from abroad
since World War II.
Equally important for the conference's pur-
poses is the ironic realization that while there are
continued Sovlel efforts toward the cultural exter-
mination oi Russian Jewry, at the same time the
I s.sli is apparently more than sensitive to world
opinion The fact that the State Department ac-
tually suggested last month that serious though!
oe given i.' a 'united appeal to private religious
organizations representing worldwide Jewry, ami.
il possible, other religious groups" in an attempt
to ease restrictions placed upon Soviet .lew- by
m,i Government, speaks tor itselfparticul-
arly since this type of strong, specific attitude is
unusual for the State Department
Though the conferees treated the issue with
solemnity, the treatment was not a quite one;
diplomacy was not the focus; but fact sheets, sig-
nificant resolutions, statements, and calls to action
were Then l em and was unequivocal and concise:
that Russian Jews be granted the same rights as
those given to other minority groups in the Sov-
iet Union. The importance of the demand cannot
be overestimated lor the suppression of Soviet Jew-
ry is twofold: Jews are denied their elementary
rights as a nationality (though recogni/cd as such
officially i and as a religion (despite Official claims
of religious freedom).
The planning of the conference was not with-
out considerable support Key figures behind it
and ho also played an important part in the April
program itsell were Associate Supreme Court Jus-
tice Arthur .1 Goldberg and Senators Jacob .lavits
lR N.Y.) and Abraham RJbicoff (D.-Conn.l.
It is significant that not only Jews in Ameri-
can political life but non-Jews as well, have shown
i ncern for the plight ui Soviet Jewry,
Late last month, Hep. Michael Feighan, Ohio Dem-
i ral introduced a resolution In the House calling
Presidential leadership to make use ol the
"full facilities ol our government on an eiuer
gencj basis" so that Soviet Jews would have an
adequate and Deoessary matzah supply in time for
the Passover holidays*. A few days later, a com
panion resolution was introduced on the Senate
lloot- by Sen Eugene McCarthy. Minnesota Demo
crat. In both Ileuses eoncentrated efforts have
i .en made- to gel the resolutions referred to com-
mittee without debate
Subtle changes in state Department attitudes
are not to be overlooked. In replies to expressions
ot concern Horn Capitol Hill, the State Department
h.is now openly admitted the existence ol anti-
Jewish attitudes of Soviet authorities, m the pas)
such open admission was avoided.
Religion of Americans and American Religion,
contribute to the productive intellectual climate
v hich the boo* proffers.
In the light of Earl Rabiys introduction
"There is uason to believe that interreHsriowi con-
tlicts in America will finally prove to be a more
knotty, more durable and in some way more sig-
nificant problem than interracial conflict"such
a climate is imperative if the budding dialogue
is to flourish.
THE DEAD SEA SCRIPTURES. In English Trans-
lation, with Introduction and Notos by Thoodor
H. Caster. pp. Now York: Devbloday An-
char Boohs A 371. 51.45.
Revised and enlarged, this second edition from
one of the world's most eminent Hebraists pro-
vides a complete and reliable translation ol the
Dea.t Sea Scrolls, including everything that "is
sufficiently well preserved to make connected
sense It is addressed to laymen, and it lets the
Scrolls speak for themselves, giving background
material for understanding, but not detailed dis-
cussion of the various theories about them. You
don't have to be
cinating.
Oft the Record:
scholar to find it absolutely fas-
i:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Tco Much Controversy
THERE ARE TOO many controversies
in the Jewish communities ot Amer-
ica today, and the sooner they are sel
tied the better. Controversies, dia-
logues, confrontations, disputationsalt
ol them are signs of a healthy and free
community. However, when they de-
teriorate to a point of bitterness the)
lose all meaning.
A controversy that promises to i
out of han.i is the one between Orthodox Jewish circles
and seven national Jewish organizations of various shades
of religious opinion on the issue of rabbinic influence
in Israel. This development on the American Jewish
scene comes at a time when Jewish unity is an absolute
imperative if a way is still to be found to spare the
Jewish community in the Soviet Union from complete
religious and cultural decimation.
Orthodox sources have advised this writer they
would do everything possible to avoid involvement in
a cultural conilict with other Jewish religious segments
in the country, but that they would not compromise their
principles or be driven into a corner of Jewish liie ju-t
for the sake of Jewish unity. "If we did not liyht for
V.hat we believe, we would have to abdicate our right
to Orthodoxy." one leading rabbi told us.
He admitted, however, that then- was room for two
points ot view but that those who ditlered were stTBJ
i is from the true path He contended that by statin..
their position on purely religious issues, the Orthodox
elements were not interfering in the internal or political
affairs In Israel It was his opinion, he said, that "Jews
everywhere are bound by a moral imperative to mold
the Holy Land in the Jewish image." He could not.
however, clearly define what he meant by "the Jewish
imagi except that it was a product of centuries ol
growth, learning, dedication, scholarship and belief.
It is difficult to predict what path this controversy
will take one orthodox rabbi told me However, this
rabbi minimized the view that a wide segment of opinion
in orthodox Jewry favored withdrawal from the Wash-
ington conference on the Jewish situation in the Soviet
I nion. "When .t comes to saving Jews." he observed.
"we are all ready to link hands with other Jews, whether
religious, secular or, God forbid, even irreligious."
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Morris Abram Symbolize* 'Young Leadership'
yjB HEAR NOW ever so olten tha
" organized American Jewish lif
needs "young blood." Young lead
eiship has become the motto ot evei
important Jewish organization. Th
American Jewish Committee has now
followed this motto. Its new pic.-idcn
Morris B. Ahram. is one of the youn,'
Bet Jewish personalities in the coun
try only 45 years old. he is the young
(Ml president tha American Jewish Committee ever had.
Young in years, he is, however, rich in experience as a
leading attorney in the field of civil rights.
He was a member of the American pro>ecution staff
at the Nuremberg trials. He was appointed by the late
President Kennedy as legal chief of the Peace Corps
at the time of its formation. And he represents the
I'nited States on the United Nations Subcommission deal-
ing with racial and religious discrimination. Only last
month, he attracted special notice at the United Nations
by drawing international attention to anti-Semitism in
the Soviet Union. It was he who started action at the
UN against the outrageous anti-Semitic book. "Judaism
Without Embellishment." for which Moscow is now criti-
cised even by Communists in this country and in other
free countries.
Abram's interest in Jewish life goes back to his boy-
hood in the small town of Fitzgerald, Ga.. where he
was born. This town, with a population of 6,000. had
few Jews; even today it has no more than 12 Jewish
families. Cut off from the main stream of Jewish life,
and living in a completely Protestant atmosphere of
the Evangelical type, he nevertheless found interest to
study Hebrew, and planned to attend Hebrew Union
College.
His mind was changed later and, instead of study-
ing for the rabbinate, he studied law at the University
oi Chicago, where ha was active in the Hillel Foundation.
The strongest influence in his life was his grandfather.
Dr. Morris Cohen, who immigrated from Rumania and
practiced as a physician in Fitzgerald. Abram's father
also came from Rumania, leaving that country in 1905, .j
the year of the notorious pogroms in Czarist Russia and
Rumania.


Friday. April 10, 1964
Jen>l3ir fhricKan
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNT/. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 2581
> 11!.- I" FBI 'KRAI. SAVINGS AND
!.( IAN VHKl "'I ATI' IN IF
HAMMONTON, a I'nlted States
irf America .: poi .i Ion,
I'liiin'ilt.
vs
ii LEWIS .'ml I IRI 'Til V l
B\\ IS, hi* Ifc el ill.
I 't-fi'iiiii ntit.
NOTICE OF SUIT
. i Ted i wl* .n"i I>nrth> l. LeIh,
mi',. I: -si.;>'in-, I'nkonwh, if
remarried their unknown *i.....t>< ,
living and < 'lead, the unknown
heirs, devisee*, grantees, assignees,
. niira, creditors, ti usti. > or other
claimants claiming by, through, un-
r ag i Inn) n\ .t the h h -\. named
,l, t, ndanta w ho :'i e deceB ied
Von hi hi ri b> n'i Ifled tli.it the
Hlmve captloned action hai been In*
stituted against you In the i 'i.....I
Court of the Kleventh Judicial Cli-
cull of Florida t and for Dade Coun-
\ in foreclose mortgage upon the
follow hk deal rlbed real prop, rl) :
\,<\ SI. Block 3211 ITRTIKK PARK,
ii,cording i the ri.it thereof, ai
recorded In Plal Hook 3d .-it Page
..i th, Public Records iv. Florida,
You arc i-,'.|iiii-,il (> file your M
-ii. r :.. plnlnllff'a complaint wi n ...
Clerk of the nroresald Court, and
serve a copy Hi. reof upon plaintiffs
attorney MARTIN I INK, mi! Fl.....-.
Hade Federal Building. Miami 52,
Florida nut later than May 4ih, 18(4,
..i ii Decri. Pro fonfeaso will be en-
t. ,1 against yon.
' KTED: March SI, 19(4.
H B 1,1 :.\ THF.R.M \n
Clerk of th, i'Ircult i'ourl
-ill) By: i". P. i i IPELAND
Deputy Clerk
M VRTIN 1- INK
Miorney for Plaintiff
llh Floor Hade Federal Bldg.
Miami 32, Florida
l 3-10-17-24
r mum
Page 15 =
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62615 B
IX UK: Kst.it. of
II'MI'S AMBRl ISK
I'. ceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml t" -1 toi Bnd All I'. I-.,,,- II ,, .
ii claim* ..I i lemanda Agalnai Said
F.*tntc:
I re hereby notified ami re-
'......' tnj cli ,tM~ ;in.| rtV-
II lid* II III. Il \ ..II in |\ |, ,. ;|-;ii|ivt
tate of .III.us IMRROSE de-
' ,~"1 'ate of I '.i.i,. i 'ountj. F Ida
County Judgi of 11,1,1. Cnun-
" i""l file the Mini, in duplicate
provld. d in Section 7: : 16,
II Statllt>, in Hi, || nff|ci III
un 'nurt house in Dade r,,u,|.
U Florida, within Mix call n il a r
months from thi time ol the liisi
""" i'.....' or Hi. game will
I.. I'urred
Dated al M ami Flo-Ida, thil
duj ol Man h, a i 1961
VKR \ KHKBHART
As Fixerutl i\
1 t pub on ..f tliis nol.....n
the Srd day of April, lol
M WIKI. l.rilKI,
Attorney f,,! Executrix
I ith Floor I >., !. i-, derul Bldg
.Miami, F lot Ida
4 S-10-17-J4
IN THF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62.525--A
j In RK: KMate of
I'ACL A MACARl IFF
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* ..t.. 1 \M persons Hav*
ng 1 'I "us or 1.....mills Against > M
I .'.-lilt.
Vou are hi n by nol 1 .. I and re-
|Ulr< 1 to pi e*< nt un> claim* anil de-
nial .1- In. Ii 1 ..a may lm\. igainsl
!> st.11,. ,.f cm 1, \. MAl'AltoFF
di .is, .1 late of 1 lade 1".- 1 nt y,
1 loi Ida, to the Counts Judgi ol 1 ude
County, and file the sami
ate and us pro*, ld< l in ; m
731 16, Florida Statutes, In thi
Ri e* is the Counts '' > 1 house In
1 >aili 1 'ounty, FI01 Ida, u ithin nix l-
endar month* from the time "t* the
t'it-t publication hereof, or thi
will be barred.
Dated .11 Miami, Florida, tin- 19th
daj of March, A 11 v.: 1
l.i:i in \ RPSTK1N
As Aiin Inlstrator
Ptlblll .1 I : II"' Ice "11
thi 27th day of March, 1(64
l.l.'i >N A KPSTKIN
Attornej for Administrator
42fl Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
:: ::. 1 1-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62697 C
IN RE: Estate ..1
TM.I.Ii: HIRSCH
1 >. cea sed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1.. \li Creditor* and All Persona Hav.
mg 1 laima or Demands Againal Said
Katate:
) hi are hereby notified ami re*
lulred i"' 111 ai v claim* and dc-
inanda which you ma; have again*)
' '''' ol Til.I.ik HIRSCH o..-
eased tote of Dade County, Florida,
" "" !""'"> .....ge* ,.i Dude Co in-
and file the sum.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 3299
I I MISS Mll.'ii: \\l.
Plaintiff,
Ri >Br:RT' R ETK and DEI.I \
iETE, In- wife nnd VVINi IN \
IVVK8TMENT CtlMI'ANV, a
l-'l. rliln coniorai on,
I f.n. units.
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
TO ROBKRTO 1: 1 IZKTK nnd
I'KI.IA 11ZKTK, hi* wife, ami
VVINON \ INVESTMENT
roMPANV
Iti si,1. 11. ,- cii know n
V"i VND EACH OF Y"l\ m:i:
HEREBY NOTIFIED thai .1 Bill ol
Complain) t.. foi. loae .1 Hi n on
1..in mortgage* on the following .--
1 ii.- .1 propertle*, to-wll:
11 1 Mortgage from \\ llllam Dnyoub
and Jouephlna Dayoub, Ins wife. In
RnBKRTti 1: .'/.i:ti: and
i'i:i.i \ OZKTIS, his wife, dated .1.111-
1 11 ( .. I'"'-:, and recorded In 1
Is Book 2MB, al Page 10, ..1 the
Public Reci rd* ..t I *di Counts FI01 -
Ida, encumbering the following den-
ii.. ii pro|ierts to-wlt:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HISREBY I1IVEN thai
the undei -1. n. d, de*li ing to 1 ngi
jn inisii e** iui.l. 1 he in tit loua na
of CHATE.VL' APARTMENTS
I.V.T-I.V." I-: iclid \\. nue, Miami '
Beach, Florida, Intend to 1 1
-1 .1 11.in.1 '.. Ii ii t..., 1 i. rk of the Cir-
cuit Com 1 of I lade Counts. PI01 Ida.
HI'S KIKI.ANH
M"l.l.ll-: Kl KI.ANIi
RICH \I!H \- NELSON,
B0.1 Lincoln Road,
Miami B< .11:1. F .1.
Attornej-a .....hat. au Apart tin nl
.: -: t 5-1H-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dcxlring t,, engage In
iiiisin. -s .111.1.1 ih, f|< liti.nis name ol
KS1.111HK FOR HIFTS in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, Intend t.. register said
num.- with Hi,- Clerk of the Circuit
''' 1 Bade County, Florida.
KSi.iriKK Foil HIFTS, INC.
.-< l-'l. rlda corporation,
1 'win 1 of i:si.hii:i.: m >r 1 iiFTS
SIDNEY 1:1 Kl INSON
Attorney foi Ewiuire for tllfta, Inc.
241 Security Trust Bids;.
Miami 32, I-1..1 da :
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
^Jenisti fhridHan
solicits your legal noticM.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
niul Fit 3-4605
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH 5
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 1445
I :t -1 i ] T I .1 KANTERand i.Kn KARPUSx
----------------- i Plaintiff*,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS FIERklBY lilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in i.n-im-s under the flctltloua name
..r SOCTHBAST CASUAL Fl'ltNI-
TI'RE CO., at '.Tnl Northeast 4th
Avenue, Miami, Florida Intend to
register said name with the Clerk
of tin- Circuit Court of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida
t'KBl' RATTAN OF FLORIDA, INC I'kK"' HAHN, are hereby notil
HOWARD i: HIRSCH that a suit has been filed in I hi ab
At tomes t.,r i'.i.ii Rattan ..f styled C.....'I againal >-ou hj the Pl
Florlila, Inc. tirfn. I. .1. KANTBR and I.EO KAI
________________:: ---' i S-10 i.i:s. which s-iii.i s-nit ha* been hi
tntt-il for the purpose of < .....lln'
IN the COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT of b-ase agreement dated Dtcembi
IN AND FOR dade COUNTY IMI, together with option t" pnreli
FLORIDA, in PROBATE the following described property.
No. 62391 A wll :
DADE AITii PARTS, IXC .i
FtorMa corpoi ntion, el al.
I lefendanu
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tn n:\'Ni; HAHN and MILDRK
IIAIIN. his wife
::.::. Buford Highway. N.I-:.
Apartment 2
A tin nla. i hi,ruin
Yor, IRVINtl HAHN and M
In RK K*( ,.. i
.-AMI l-l. I. CCRTIS,
Heci .i-.l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'n VII I'n lltoi* and All Persont
lli' "'- i 'limn- or I nniliiK A
S I ill K-!
You ire notll led nnd r.--
qulred (.. present nns claim* and de-
"i nd* w h. h .ii i hn i< .-.-
'hi estal..... SAMl'l-:i. I. CCRTIS
.....ed ., I lade i'.......>. F'loi -
Ida, in the 'mintv .1II Igi ol I di
Counts', and file the sami In
nte ,ni.I ;i- ii i.i. I In Seel
- il utes, in tlu ii offlci in
he County Con ihousi In i 'aile 'oun-
ty, l- loi Ida, Ithin *ix i .i!. ndar
month* from tin linii ..t the firl
i.ni.'i.-.itioii hereof, or the name ".!!
be burred.
Dated at M I Ida, this 12th
. ., ol Man \.D I'.m i
- BICll I'HA CCRTIS
BKRTIIA CCRTIS. nlmi known .is
1:1 i.-i ni: i ; ktis
\s I '\. III M\
Finn imi.li.. ni .n ..i tiiis notice on
! the jntli ii.-iv of Man h, IHS4.
Lot l>. I'.lo.-!, IS, WINONA PARK ARON'OVITZ. SILVER & SCHER
FIRST ADDITION, aeeonling to the | Attorney* for I i-uti \
Plat thereof as re NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the flctltloua name
f AIIBE JAM'ISM-:. AWNING
WINI'i'W AND I'liiii: in. t :i73
N. \V. 17th Avenue, Miami. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun-
j ty, Florida.
MYRON .1 v v I'll \N
RUTH N \ I'll AN
:: !0-2i
t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 2872
,ndri(a- pre ^.on" of ^te'rans^Vf^. L'SgFVT
ty. Florida, within six ... lendat
offlc
and
month* from the time of the firsl
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 30th
day ni March, A D. I"'.I
l."i is HIRSCH
.\s Administrator
,, ''';' p .....
the Srd day ol Apt II, 1964
LEONARD : FXiERT
ol Myera, Fielman A Kaplan
Attorney for Administrator
I II S.W. 1st Si,., t
Miami :;o. Hoi. lu
I : 10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNT/. IN CHANCERY,
No 64C 3307
ALFRED EDWARD HARRISON,
Plaintiff,
vs.
HAORR .. HARRISON,
I lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
'" HAOER A HARRISON
Realdenci Bnknown
you, HAOER a HARRISON are
''"' notlfli i thai .i Bill ,.r Com-
Plaint for Divorce has i..... ri.....
.'- .-mist y,,ii. ;,nd you are required to
> iv,. a popy .,r >, ur An.-", r or i'lead-
i.i ",.ih'' l!1" '' Complaint on the
i-,^"vVffl; "orney, Edward liiis.,k.
, .,"r"'w'sl 7lh Sl Miami, Florida
""i file the original Answer .., Plead-
ing in m.. office of the ch-ik of the
"nit court oi, ,r before the ith
V ; "' M ,'-. :'"' if you fail to do s...
"nt by default Mill be taken
'you f.n the relief demanded
in the Bui oi C implalnt.
... '"|M '"" hall be published onoe
,''-.,!','.'' r" conaei ntlve weeka
'"THR JEWISH Kl.'KM n AN
AND l:|.|'l;i:i, A| Miami,
J j "la. Il,,s 1st das Ol April, A. I'.
E. B. LBATHBRMAN, Oerk
1 ifciiit Court, Dade County, Florida
''' Bj K M. I.Y.MAN
ii, ii- .,,, '' '""> Clerk
JJ'W Ann HUSAK
!; N.W 7th Ht.
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/3-10-17-24
Ml !l
lii- thi i aaalgns,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
' UiMELO SANCHEZ, I t n\. t ..I,
I lefendant*.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Book IT, at Pas;' 4!', of the Piihli
Record* of i'.ni.- Rounly Florida:
tog< i li. i- \\ Ith all Improvements,
furniture, fixtures and all other
chattels, n.m or hereafter contained
thi rein:
i.'i Morigagi from Antonla Harcla
and nioria Uai-cia, his wife, in favor
ni ROBERTO i: OZETE and DELIA
i'/,i:i'i;. hi* uif,.. dated January ...
]:"'.:', red rd< in Ifflclal Records
i'.....k mil, at Page 167, of the Public
i:... ..ni- f Bade County, Florida, en-
cumbering the follow inn described
property, t"-wit:
I...t 12, BliH-k IS, WINONA PARK
FIRST AUDITION, i........ling t.. the
Plat thereof aa recorded in Plat
Book IT .it Page II'. of the Publ c
R......nl- of Dade County, Florida;
togi thi r ii ili nil ImpriM in. ihs.
fumitirre, fixterea and all other
chattel*, now or hereafter contain-
ed therein:
.lias been filed agalnai you and yon
are required si r> .i cops ol
in*w< i or othi r pleading the Kill
of Complaint niton SIH1NDER and
i:l.' iM, Attot the I Ma ntiff,
' N E 12Jth > i. .t. Noith Miami.
nbla, ml file the iglnal answei
hi i plead ng In the Offli of the
I Clerk of i he i licull Court In Miami,
l-'lori.i;.. on
:: 2"-2i I I I"
i.... IS and SI, les* II F.I
Kin hi of-\i is. ..toI all of l...is i i
.'>. both inclusive. In PARAVII.
HEKD'TS ADDITION, Rlnek
according lo the Plal hi I eof
.-..nl. .1 in PI it Book I. al
of ih. "..'ti,. R, ni ,|- | |)
Com da.
Y' H \ RE RKQI 'IRED v
copy of v our in-iv... .,r ol In i.i.
I r.,n
1 24Ti s... mi ii\ Ti 0*1 Bulidl
Miami 32, l-'l da, and f le t he oi -
Inal In the offl .- ..f the Cli l< nl
ni"" "ourl on or hi fon thi Ith
nl \l.i' ". I, nd if ion fail to do
idgnn nt hs dcfnull ill tal
i for thi man
in the 'omnialnl
Thi- Notice hall he ptiWI 'eld
each w -u r I..... const cut we
in thi: if:\vish fmiridian.
DATED in Miami, Dade Coin
Florida, this 27th day of March, *
E. Il i.i: \i'iii:i:m \n
i '|. i k of the i 'Ircult i "ourl
is, ,iii Bv: i' P i'i ipki.an;'
i null Clerk
V \ Rl IN M KANNER
215 s. : ii i ir i-t Bldg
12, I- i.i.- I- It .!-':.'I-'
I 5-111
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD C'AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 2776
lUS.-KI.I. ||. .IiiNKS.
Plaintiff,
-VB-
MINNII.or .li INKS.
Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Yi'l', MINNILOI' JUNES, 1415 JPn i Attornev
Street, Dun,-.in. Oklahomn, are re- 317 Biscayne Bldgr.
quired t>> file your answer to the
Complaint for Divorce with the Clerk
of th.- above styled court and aeive
i.....P.v thereof upon il.AIIH: M.
BARNES, :":. Calumet Bldg., Miami,
F'la on or bef..... the 20th das ol
April, 1964, otherwise the complaint
ill be taken a.....nfessi il by s u.
I '.it. .1 this I2th daxi ol Ma eh, I ".l
K II LE \ rHERMAN,
' "lerk of .-. ii ,
Bs. c. i.. ai.i:.\ \.\i.i.i:.
I' put} Clerk
B-27 l I in
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY i:i\ FON I
ndi rslgned, desiring to ngnp.
hii* n under the fictitious name
NATIONAL FOOD MARKET at .
Dougla* Road, Miami Intends to r. .
-* i said name with th,- Clerk of
Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Flor
FAIR-DEAL MARKETS", INC
A F'la. Corp.
HERBERT II. WILENSKY
I .
I S-10-17
TO: I'Mt.Mi:,.,. .-.,.< niv. .nol ii.ri.i ,.n .- hefiHe Hie 27th dnv of
DA SANCHEZ, h If n :. ..,-,. ,,,, ,-wis.- if i..,! faj -.'
ng, Including any unknown so do, I ree Pro Confesso will be
slums,.* of said Defendant* if I entered agulnsi you for thi relief de-
ihey hav.- .. ... rled, and II dead, mund< I In the Hill of Complaint
DATED nl Miami, Florida, th
their unknown heirs, devisees,
tnti. s. asslg n. es, i red
i enora, trust' es, ami .ill othi
: ni .ti- ':i imlng i>\. thmugh,
undei or agalnsl these 11< fend-
airs, whose n nidi nci a are un-
l,no\\ ni
YOB ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tii.it a suit has in. n btought e
you bs i. K Ulei on JR., as Admin-
istrator "f Vet .,i- Affairs, an Of-
ficer ..f the United st.it. s of Ameri-
ca, amI his sin-.-, ssors in such of-
fice, and Ills or their asalgna, to fore-
i ,i mortgage imsoerlng the fol-
lowing deaeribed pr#>|ierty, to-wlt:
l...t !'. in Block '.. of 1'AUcl. CITY
LAKE STEVEN ESTATES, ac-
"Ming to th,- pMt thereof, .is re-
corded in Plat Itook 65, at |. it:..
Ill, of the public record* of Dade
County, Florida: TOGETHER
WITH: (i. I-:. Refrigerator RA
11T;
and you are re<|tnTM to file your
answer with the Otevk of the Cir-
cult Court of I '.I.li County. Florida,
at tin- Courthoua
da} of March, 1984
i: l: I.KATHKKMAN
1 "li i i< of ih, i'Ircult i '..nit
Dude County Florida
' By: C. I\ Cl IPELAND
I >, puty Clei k
3 27, 4 3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62428 B
In RE: FTstute i t
NETTIU i'i..s|i|:i!.
I 'i cea m .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i"o \i|
. i -
n.I All
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUS-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61480-C
In RE: Estate of
BARB \ R \ ANN Ml IROAN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \ i .it-.i and All Persona II
ng *. Una ur I lemanda A gainst s
i' tati
You are hereby notified and -
i'i -I ......nt .my claims and i -
mand* w hlch i ou ma \ h* vi agal
thi state of KARBARA A N.N MO
: \ v il, aw .1 Int.. of Dade Com
I lorlda, to the County Judgea of Dl
County, and file the sunn, m ,im
ate .....i .i- prot Ided In Si ol
i !.....ii Statutes, In their i -
flee* in the i'. .nnu i '..in tbouse
Dade County, Florida, within six .
Perwona eiular months from the time of
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62709 B
IN RE: K-tnt. f
I'VII' I'HII.I.IPS
......is, .1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \M i'r.-.lii.,i- nnd \!l P< raona H iv-
hl: I'l.iinis ..ii Demands Against s.ii.i
Estate:
Yon r- hereby notified ami re-
quired to prew at any olalma and de-
maiuls which you may havi .i ra4nsl
.....it- ..I DAVID I'llll.l.IVs de-
ceased Hrte of Dade Counfv, Florida,
H.i\ m; claims or I lemanda Again*!
Vou -. hen by notified and re-
lo pi -. it .in; claims and de-
al md* i, in. h ou in.ii have against
the estate of NETTIE CENDER
I .it.- ..t I 'ade Co ii.i>. Floi -
lila, to Hi, County Judge* of Hadi
County, and fill the *nme In dupll- | KoVNER 'ftMANNHELMER
'.:;'' IH-.i\lded in Section 7:1.1.18, Attornes* for Administratrix
Florida S> il -. in th. It offli in
the Counts i ii house In I lade i 'o in-
in-: publlcal "u hereof, or f it- sl
will be barred.
Dated nt Miami. Florida, this 2
Mai 11. A.l'. I'"'.4.
\\N MORGAN
\- Administratrix
Firsl ; i.....ntt..n ol this notice
thi 27th das of March, l#64.
to the County Judges of Bade Coun-
at the i ourthouse In Miami, Florldu, I ty, and fib the sami in dtmll.ati and
on or before April i'n, intii. ami to R* provided in Secrinn 73J.I, Florida
serve a copy of *u,-h aeavwer upon
Plaintiffs attorney, DAVID P. CATS-
MAN, Mhos.- addresa is loi East Flag-
Ur Strict. Miami .;:'. Florida, on <
before said date, ... required by the
lawa of Floi Ida It \ ..u fall to do -
the compUrtm wll] be taken h
feaaed bj you and .i l i Pro Con*
fosso will be entered agulnsl .< .
foi th. relief demi nded in the on -
Plaint
DATED this 13th day of M
IM4.
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the I Sn ull i "o n t
I ni,. County, Florida
Bs C. P COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
DAVID P. i A is.MAN
101 Baal Flagler Street
Miami SJ, Floi Ida J. -'ii-.'T I
Statutes, In thi Ir offices In 'he cntin-
tj Courtl.....we In Dade County, Wop*
Ida, within -i\ calendar nlhnths from
the time of th,. first pulllicntion here-
i f, or tin sum,, will h.. bain d.
i '..I. .1 ..t Miami, Florida, tl
March, \ I' 1064
BYRTHA MAE PHILLIPS
CITY NATION \l. BANK
HP MIAMI BEACH
. h The North Shore i lank
BS I '..... I \ I ';. o. -
Viet Pn *ldi nl and Trust i Ifflcer
\s l'.\, 111!.,
l" i -t public i'.ioii of this n.
the Srd dav of \o il laCi
IRV1NB I'VI'KN LAW ii|'l-'|ii:s
. i t.. i i' \, 11
ln.i (lodfri j Road,
Miami ih .1. h, l- lorlda
4 ::-!"-17 24 I
ty, Florida, within si\ calendar
months from the time of the firs*
rrahlli atlon hereof, ut ,; -.mi, will
h. barred.
:"" i 'up. nt Piasa Center
Miami. Floi Ida :'. L'T. I/S-H
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 11
i hi ted .it Miami, Florida, this 13th the undersigned, desiring to engage
das of Mm i ii. \ 11 i*t)|,
ISIl'uKi: i'KNI ii;i;
\ s Exei utor
Fin
the 20th das ol March, l64
FREDERU-K ZKKiFTR
At tot nes tor Isldoi Cender
4ii Lincoln Road .1 20-27 4 :i-10
bu*fne** under the fictitious name
i'KN i'i: il. TR \INlNi; CICNTER
2(1 N E, 2th Street, Miami. Florl
publlcatjon of this notice on mis t-. register said nln
with thi derk ..f the Circuit Court
i >ade '".nit \, Florida.
EUGENE MAULER
1/20-21 I :t
SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS
MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS
Corporation Seals and Supplies
CHARLIE MERZ, Owner
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Icm f it fh-riirliain
Friday. April 10, 1364
It Was a Bad Passover Under the Red Pharaoh
NEW YORK.JTA>Not many
i: the Kua*ui Jens who still keep
traditional Punw haa matzoh
tor the annual observance this
>ear,facts being pieced together
from behind the Iron Curtain sug-
gested this week,
A number of efforts have been
made by Jes in the free world to
ship matzoh to Russian Jews,
which was permitted by Soviet
authorities this year Such ship-
ments were meant only to supple-
ment domestic Russian resources.
but ;t appeared from a report ot
the Aor.,-.-p. Embassy in Moscow
that as of ^ week before the iir>t
Seek I had been baked
at all on the premises which So
. .,.- had HM were bein;
:hat twipUM
That disclosure was one re-
sult of an outcry in Congress
against the Soviet harassment
of Jews on the question of pro-
vision of matxoh. According to
Assistant Secretary o f State
Frederic Dutton, the United
Stares Embassy in Moscow also
reported that while Soviet au-
thorities were permitting im-
ports of matxoh this would not
solve the problem. At the same
time, the Embassy emphasized
that as far as the United States
was concerned, the matzoh issue
was a Soviet domestic policy
problem."
m rani >
. Sen K-n
N Keating, New York Re-
I of the C ngn ssk nal
against Soviet treat-
Jews. Dutton in-
there appeared to
no iu rtion which tbt Stati
Depa could take to remedy
he situation Sen K rged
that a direct appeal be made to
ic So\iet Union by the United
-. and that action
also cm .h the United
-
M the same i ga rt>
had been m^ ess t< ob-
tain of a joint resolution

dent to use the full facilities of the
Government to supply matzoh to
Russian Jewry in time for Pass
over use. The resolution was sub-
mitted to the House by Rep. Mi
chael Keighan. Ohio Democrat
In presenting the resolution.
Rep Feighan noted that the Uni-
ted States was recently aske,i by
the Soviet I'nion to open its sur-
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plus .^rain bins to prevent famine
in Russia. He added thai member*
ot the Moscow Jewish community
had provided flour from their own
severely limited rations so that
matzoh could be baked for them.
He charged that the Soviet au-
thorities had made 'these sacri
fices" meaningless b y closing
down the bakery "'at a critical
time."
The proposed |oint resolution
catted on Premier Khrushchev
and the Soviet Parliament to or-
der an immediate end to all gov-
ernmental measures denying to
observant Russian Jews the op-
portunity to prepare for and ob-
serve Passover. The resolution
charged that the Soviet Union
had been violating its own laws
by recent persecutions of Jews.
Copies of the resolution were
sent to President Johnson. Adlai
Stevenson, chief U. S delegate to
the United Nations, and to Carl
Rowan, director of the United
States Information Agency, which
conducts broadcuu w foreign.
countriM on the Voice "f America
Two other representative! -poke
on the issue. Rep. Leonard Farb-
-icin. New York Democrat, called
tor the immediate adoption of a
resolution he had presented a
month aso "to mskt evident our
,.! horence of the discrimination
practice by the Soviets on >ome of
it* minority people "
Rep. James G. O'Hara, Michigan
that "cultural genocide is now a
matter of official policy in the
UsSR. and the - (or
vorld Jewry may in:ecd be more
lasting and destructive thia out-
right murder.'"
He listed the .-pecial formi
cultural, national and religious dis-
crimination to which Sovie' Jew?
-re subjected and said thi "the
Jews have again been sing, -i out
for special persecution."
The Embassy report in 2
as in flat contradiction b re.
ports from the Soviet capital -vhere
source- reported the reoper ag of
the matzoh bakery of the ."
Jewish community on I]
^fter it was shut down on ,r I]
f"r alleced fire hazards.
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Planning the Apr. 15 morning cultural progrcm of the Greater
Miami Women's Division of the American Friends of the He-
Drew University are (from left) Mrs. Irving E. Miller, hostess,
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, president, and Mrs. Charles Char-
cowsky, vice president.
Mrs. Rost Will Host Bond
Committee Coffee Here
pftlB Ri'st will hold a cof-
t I he ladies of the Commit-
ii of Hosts for the Israel Inde-
pendence Dinner honoring Mr.
Mrs, Sam Blank on Monday.
10:30 a.m., in the Gigi Room of
he Fontainebleau Hotel.
Molly Picon, veteran Of the
.1 I'v screen, will be a special
tiie-i at the coffee, which will dis-
- rangements lor the Apr. 19
at which United States
Sen Robert Grueiiing, of Alaska.
leak.
Table arrangements, a reception
Blanks ar.d Sen. Gruelling
bnd the presentation of Scrolls of
to the Blanks will be among
I (he items discussed at the coffee,
"Mrs, Rott said.
The linsts. long-time friends of
h Blanks, arc Trustees of Israel
iders in numerous common
acti\ .ties here.
Miss Picon, \ ho has been an
. ader for State ol Israel
i since the first issue was
led in 1951, has toured three
tincnts, singing in Yiddish,
ish. French and Spanish
le petite actress has visited
1 and met with many of the
- i State's foremost leaders in
rnment, business and agri-
lure,
klrs. Rost is chairman of the at the Coconut Grove Playhouse.
MRS. SAM ROST
Arrangements Committee for the
Israel Independence Dinner. Miss
Picon will be in Miami to appear
n
j
bv ISABEL GRCVE
*
All Miami Beach is sharing
pi de oi Rabbi and Mrs. Leon
;h Mrs Edj the Geiger and
i i Mrs, Sam Greenfield in
ir offsi ring students ;it
imi Beach Senior High, the
. i were winners m the
:th annual essay contest spon-
ired by the Civitan Club .
place winner, Miriam
lived in Israel for six
and speaks fluent Hebrew
Ambitious young lady plans
lajor m medicine with a
in music Second-place
nncr Tom Seaton. late of New
City, also is interested In
ine, and Ronald Kronish is
'.-! a career in psychology.
Bach received a savings
'''tid. and their winning entries
!< now be sent to a state con
!
Barbara (Mrs. Robert) Suss-
tnan entertained at a pre-hoh-
J luncheon a few weeks ago
'"r bouaeguect Eleanor (Mrs.
'vid Fax. of Pittsburgh, and
her mother, localite Mrs. Lillian
u*w Guests included Mrs.
Joseph Rose. Mrs. Benedict Sil-
verman, Mrs. Lillian Miller and
Mrs. Harold Ungar, who have
three things in common .
'i h< y an- all cou ins, once or
twice removed, and all are nieces
of Zelda Moses, honored guest
i ruin Baltimore, where they all
hail from originally .
state Attorney Nathan "Son-
ny" VYcuistcin. of St. Augustine,
.iiicl his lamily were entertained
by his brother. Constable Leon-
ard Weinstein, of Miami Beach,
at a family luncheon at Chan-
dler's Restaurant,
*
Mewlyweds Marianne and Ray
Kutner recently dinner hosts at
their Bay Park Towers apart
ment Guests included Helen
and Harry Speir, of San Marino
Island, whose horse. David liar-
um, had two wins this month at
Gulfstream, the Morry Kovens
and Miss Ida Kutner.
o *
Pansy Klaum delighted with
the colored lithograph given to
her recently by contemporary
painter William Cropper ... A
permanent Fellow of the Metro
Continued on Page 9-B
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IMorlJ
"(Jewish Floridiaiti
Miami, Florida, Friday. April 10, 1964
Section B
Plans Finalized for Univ. Program
Final plans for the Apr. 15 cul-
tural program leaturing Prof. Fred
Shaw, of the University of Miami,
were announced this week by Mrs.
Samuel Simonhoff. president of
the (Jreater Miami Women's Di-
vision oi the American Friends of
the Hebrew University.
The 10 a.m. coflee. to take place
in the home of Mrs. Irving E.
Miller. 2305 Lake Ave Sunset
I le No. 3, will be an opportunity
for the rapidly-increasing mem-
bership to become reacquainted
and to hear about their special
project, the Jewish National and
University Library, Mrs. Simon-
hoff said.
Prof. Shaw returned last summer
from an extensive tour through
the State of Israel. A graduate
of Purman University and the
University of Texas, he taught at
Auburn University and New Mex-
ico State before coming to Miami.
In addition to his role as director
Ol the Guided Studies Program at
the University of Miami, he is
hook editor of The Miami News
ar.d editor of The Village Post.
Members of the committee
planning the Apr. 15 program in-
clude Mrs. Kmil Friedlandcr, pro-
gram chairman. Mrs. Rhea Cash
man Glad win, publicity chairman.
Miss I.ilium Goodman, nomina-
tions chairman, Mrs. Trudy Ham
erschlag. special projects chair-
man, and Mrs. Ruth Johnson B
ger, Mrs. Charles Charcowsk
Mrs. 1. Tropp Fogler. Mrs. Abra n
Fox. Mrs. Myer Harris, Mrs Ja k
Katzman. Mrs. Anna Brenr i
Meyer-. Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Mrs.
Leonard Rosen. Mrs. Oida I
Rubin, Mrs. Samuel T. Sapn .
Mrs. Gerald Schwartz. Mrs. Da\ id
Shapiro. Mrs. Abraham I. I --
lander, Mrs. Carl Weinkle
Mrs. Max Weitz.
Central Beach Music Revue
A musical revue, written and Judge Milton Feller. Seats
directed by Trlxie Levin, will be on sale at the school office.
presented on Saturday and Sun-, All funds raised are earmark-
day in the Central Beach Flemen- ed lor the school air conditioni _
tary School Auditorium. fund, according to Mrs. An le
Curtain time is 8:30 a.m. "Make Reiff, PTA president, and Leroy
Mine PTA.'" will be narrated by Fienberg. principal.
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Pcoe 2-B
+Jeistrhrknan
Fridcy. April 10, 196^
support of tb* School of Eiucutior.
at lh<- Hebrew I':.;versity <>{ Jem.
sal-m Adiacert to the aauversih
tsespus, Caaacil has
and openeti 'r. Hebrew Uni
High IV pradaf
Luncheon of the for gradua- I to B* ""^ eenU r
Matioi State* < nadl i Mar. :i|d|)a
Na. -cil of Jewi*h worn will sing at Hke Mnday i
mday noon in the en s_. raajoi '-on
- Fontaine-
'. R
National Council of Jewish Women's
Angel Luncheon Will Say Thank You'
Mrs. Joseph E. Y.e.se: cres.ier.: c: the Jewish Convalescent
Kome c: South Florida, and Constable Leonard Wsinifrtin
president ol the Men's Club, discuss the new recreator.al pro-
gram :cr the Hcnte at 511 Cclhr.s Ave. Mian-.: Beach.
BIkur Cholim Will Women'5 Leasue hr '"'
inaTaii VTr.terb e for i-
it a< .....
in the Dora] Hotel I b
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Emunah Chapter
Games Party
lay it the .'-.
I '. the following officers
be installed for i964-6o
airs Joseph E Ke:ser. pres:-
Mrs Anna Zitter. he
pi Mrs Isidore Cohen.
r rarj president; Mrs. E
Mrs
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Hostesses I i games party of vices to
Modeling one of the original Angel Creations by Tur-Ze'. ::
Miami Beach :s Mrs. Richard Fink, South Dade Division,
Greater Miami Section National Council o: Jewish Wc
To her left is Mrs. Bernard Abel, of Coral Division A
Luncheon fashion coordinator. Right are Mrs. James 7
cere of Shores Division and Mrs, Jack Soldswarm S
Dcde Division co-chairmen cf Councils filth annual A.
Luncheon being -eld al the Fontainebleau Hotel en M:r.
Delight your family with Kasha Soup tonight
Mrs Nathan Roth, membership I
membership vice pres. EJ Star ITS, will be
Mrs Anne Rosenfield. Mlke Farer k Joseph MU- f
rr-~bership vice president: Mrs. _. ___ rartri SB
BurtJa, hospitaLty i ----> -? Apr. Coucc:. the
president; Mr- Ray Lieberman. 1>. United States _::- pay
I rdin| lecretsry; Mrs. Abe A chapter ways an; means pro- for the fello cial
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Btsry; Mrs. Lallian Nydick. home of associate conductress, tors in Jewis
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Mr- Geti Kunken. soloist.
Mm Morris Alpert will be in-
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Friday. -s.pril 10, 1964
Jen1$t> n-rrictirtr
Paqe 3-B
^Time of Cuckoo*
At Temple Israel
Tempi) hrael Players will pre-
-t-iit :: luction of 'The Time
11! (he C ckoo."
Present; :ion will be in Wolfson
Auditorii n of the Temple, 137 NE
19th -St.. n Saturday and Sunday,
Apr 11 ncl 12, and Sunday, Apr.
18 CurTiin time is 8:40 p.m.
Cast ."dudes Mrs. Lawrence
Gartenberg, who plays Fiora, own-
er of the Pensione; Mrs. Victor ijgr*,
F'aine. Leona. the American
.spinster: snd Dr. Edward Kanter,
I lie Italian shopkeeper.
Also featured are Mr. and Mrs.
Mel Htcnt. David Kramarsky,
Scott Barnett, Ronnie Werner,
Mrs. Je.'.ette Levy. Victor Fame
and Claudia Portnoy.
Fust presented on Broadway in
1P52, with Shirley Booth playin Rehearsing for the Temple Israel Players production of "The
the lca<. "The Time of the Time of the Cuckoo,'' by Arthur Laurents, are (left to right)
Cuckoo" dramatizes the complex!- Mrs. Lawrence Gartenberg, Mrs. Victor Faine, and Dr. Edward
ties of .-'.ernational romance. Kanter.
Florida Women's Division of Congress
Preparing for Nafional Convention Here
It was announced this week by
Mrs. Leo Steinberg and Mrs.
Irving Kaplan, co-chairmen, that
the Hospitality Committee of the
Florida Women's Division, Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, has com-
pleted arrangements for welcom-
ing the 500 delegates expected to
attend the AJC biennial conven-
tion April 14 to 19 at the Carillon
Hotel.
Representatives rrom all over
the world will be presented with
gift packages, and volunteers will
act as hostesses.
Committee has also planned an
Oneg Shabbat for national officers
and staff for Saturday, Apr. 11.
at the home of Mrs. Harvey E.
Kramer, president, Florida Wom-
en's Division, and an all-day lead-
ership institute for members of
the Florida Women's Division and
its chapters to be held at the
Carillon on Thursday. Apr. 9.
Seminars will be conducted by
Miss Esther Kolatch, national
executive director, Women's Di-
vision, and Mrs. Naomi Levine,
national executive director of
membership and organization, be-
ginning with registration at 10
a.m.
Temple lion Sisterhood
Mrs. Daniel Feldman is chair-
ing Temple Zion Sisterhood's don-
or luncheon to be held Sunday,
12:30 p.m.. Apr. 19. in the Tam-
bourine Room of the Carillon
Hotel.
Beach Hadassah Slates Meetings r
Miami Beach Hadassah Groups
"schedule .,,. following meetings
Foi Apr.
Bay Harbor Group will hold its
regular ncheon meeting Monday,
1130 a.m.. at the Singapore Ho-
tel. Program will be a film en-
titled "Vl cation in Israel.'' photo-
graphed bj Jules Frank and Gus
It Robt:"-. President is Mrs Grill
Roberts
< c
Israeli Group will hold its meet-
mi; on Monday noon at the Algiers
Hotel. A musical program has
been arranged by Mrs. Louis Ma-
kovsky, and refreshment! will be
served. President is Mrs. Esther
Meyer.
Morton Towers Group will hold
.. regular meeting on Monday.
12:30 p.n... in the Morton Towers
Restaurant. Awnda will include
election I officers. Hattie Wagner
."ill givi .i musical program ac-
"companite. by Mrs. Sid Westheimer
at the p;no. Refreshments will
be serve;- President is Mrs. Sam-
uel s. Goldberg.
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Shalom* Group will hold a meet-
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vided by Henry Raphel. concertin- j
est. President is Mrs. Irwin Sha-
piro.
* *
Henrietta Szold Group will hold i
its regular meeting on Monday.
12:30 p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel. ;
There will be entertainment and
refreshments. Mrs. Herman Feller
is president.
* *
Stephen S. Wise Group will hold
its regular meeting on Monday.
11:30 a.m.. at the Deauville Hotel.
President is Mrs. Harry P. Cohen.
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?ace 4-B
9>JeHistflcri(fi3r
Friday. April 10, 19&
Committee members at a recent planning meeting for the third
: nnual "Sistie Awards" luncheon of the Sisteihood of Temple
ieth Sholom. Standing (left to right' are Mrs. Abe Baker, Mrs.
- eon Unger, Mrs. Harry W. Greenberg, Mrs. Solomon Gold-
.an, Mrs. Jack Shapiro. Mrs. Benjamin Mandell. Seated are
T frs. Samuel Hirsch. Mrs. J. Bernard Spector and Mrs. Norman
Russ.
Beth Sholom
Sistie Awards'
"hird annual "Sistie Awards"
- ;ed by the S
>d of TYmple Beth Sholom was
!d in the Sisterhood Loungi
esday noon, act I) Mrs
. sident
5t( rh embers
itstanding S4 n i<
yeai and a
cial feat the pr
i set to the music
id of Mush
ation families of
nple Br:. Sho
Templi Bi th Sholom hj- i
;hi> year." explained Mrs
"We at
. -! ajuiiversary. and we have
: uni in checking our records
.1 there are some TO member
s whose children also are
mbers of the Temple, and who
ve or have had grandchildren
ending the Beth Sholom Reli-
. \i> School."
J Bernard Spector is vice
sident of Sisterhood in charge
p-ograming. Rabbi Leon Kron-
Women's Board Meeting
A board meeting at H> a.m.. fol-
lowed by a general meeting .'
noon, was conducted by Mrs Irv-
ing Firtel. president of Shore
I nit Woman's Corps I I ancer or.
ay at the a Hotel
Mizrachi Projects
Will Benefit
Mizrachi projects in [srae

lei ... :.on on
night Api 18 at Beth
El Coi tion. 5 SW 17th A-.,.
Highlight of the affair wi
of a week's stay ut the Shel-
H Chairman of the event is Mrs.
Harold Zelkowitz. assisted by com
mittee members. Mesdames Irwin
Block. David Mermelstein. Ruth
Sakowitl and Miss Esta Karpell
i>h. spiritual leader of the congre-
gation, and Mrs. Kronish narrat-
ed the pageant entitled "The
Third Generation."
Technion Women
Plans Installation
Of Mrs. Sirkin
Greater apter Women's
Division of American Societj for
Technion will hold its annual in
sullation of officers on Friday at
a luncheon at the DiLido Hotel.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. long active
in community atfair? and a lead-
er in support of Israel, will be in-
stalled as president.
Mrs. Sirkin has been president
ct Greater Miami Chapter ot
Hada>sah. president of Federation
of Jewish Women's Organizations,
president of Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Centers, associate
chairman for the I'nited Fund,
campaign chairman for the Wom-
en's Division of Jewish Federa-
tion, member of the Budget Com-
mittees oi the United Fund and
the Jewish Federation, and mem-
ber of the Welfare Planning Coun-
cil of Dade County
Presently, she serves a- presi-
dent of the Southern Section oi
the Nat wish Welfare Board.
and i- a member : I
board of JWB She is a mi
ot the Miami Beacfc \ toriui
and
nt S
v. m
en's Boar
he Sociel
Mr- George
-
ing Li hi......
insti
Mrs. H
MRS. MILTON SIRKIN
Mt. Scopus Plans
Bazaar Monday
A countrj store and bazaar will
} p.m.,
th David S Ha
- [ Mt. Scopus Gi :
M ssal
. iirs. Mat Bur
Mrs Jos
... ... .
-.
Evening in Paris
Saturday Will
Benefit JFCS
The projected Group Treatment
lfo'iie' fb> EmOrWrrany-DisI
Children of Jewish Pamilj
Children's Service will be bene-
ficiary of an "Evening in Paris'!
cocktail party scheduled Saturday
from 6 to 8 p.m.
The function will be held at the
home of Mrs. Monna T. Kline. S5in)
Flamingo Dr.. Miami Beach, in
charge of tickets are Mrs. Em enc
Katz and Mrs. Max Cogcn
To be featured at the coi I
party is an art shew. A two-week
trip to Paris and London for two
and valuable original oil paintings
will be among prizes to be pre-
Rented at the Saturday evening
function.
First prize arangements are be-
ing handled by Farr Tours. Sec-
ond prize will he an original work
of art by Eugene Massin. whose
pairings hang in the Ringling Mu-
seum and the Poses Art Institute
at Brandeis University, among
i ther galleries
Third priz-' will be an oil by
Alberto Damos, recent win-
an art and architecture a
Rome
j i-i s w ill 11 ceh e a pen i i
j art sale ai the show
cording to Mrs B B Go
I nl
i \. cuti> e dn.< n
Adult Hebrew Classes
Vdult Hi '" i lasses al
in : interim I els \
i be held at Tempi
Thursd at 7:30 put
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Friday. April 10. 1964
+Jcnis*nrriJr>nn
Mel and Lorraine Schifke
pose at the big birthday cake
at Westbrooke Cabana and
Country Club's second an-
nual birthday ball. The
Schifkes joined several hun-
dred other members to cele-
brate the anniversary of the
JO-acre family club at 8500
on the Trail.
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Temple Emanu-EI Sisterhood Will Hold
Elections at Annual Tea Wednesday
Page 5-5
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, presi-
Hcnt. has announced that the Sis-
terhood Of Temple Emanu-EI will:
hold election of officers and board
members for the coming year at
its annual spring tea to be held
on Wednesday, Apr. 15. at the
Pontainbleau Hotel.
Ted Peters, buyer and millinery J
designer at Jordan Marsh, and
Robert Hunt will coordinate and i
commentate a spring hat fashion:
show. Prizes will be awarded for!
the most outstanding hats worn at
the tea.
Mrs. Murry Koretzky is chair-
man of the models for the show;
Mrs. Simon Rubin. Mrs. Jack
Fox. table decorations; Mrs. Is-
rael Teitch. Mrs. Tobias Sussman.
prizes
Mrs. Jules Channing is hostess
chairman; Mrs. Herbert Shapiro.
program chairman, with invita-
tions designed and created by Mrs.
Koretzky and Stanley Levy. Mrs.
Milton Smith is chairman of the
Nominating Committee.
The Sisterhood's annual Torah
Fund Mathilde Schechter tea will
bfl held Wednesday, Apr. 22, at
the home of Mrs. Saul Kaplan.
.Mrs. Harry Koretzky and Miss
Lillian Goodman are co-chairmen.
Proceeds will go toward con-
struction of a dormitory to house
young women who wish to study
at the Teachers Institute of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of I
America.
A special program has Deen pre-
pared under the direction of >
Trixic Levin.
firm Names Partner
Leonard G. Egert has become
a partner in the law firm of
Myers, Heiman & Kaplan, the
firm at- Eleven Fifty Building. SW
1st St., announced this week
Mrs. Green Will
Speak to Pioneers
Tikvah Chapter of Pioneer Wom-
en. Mrs. Nat Wagner, president,
is celebrating the 16th anniver
sary of the State of Israel on Sun
day. 7:30 p.m.. at Washington
Federal. 1234 Washington Ave.
Mrs. Milton Green. Council pres-
ident, will speak on her recent
trip to Israel.
Mrs. Charles Strauch is chair
man of hospitality.
Young Pianist
To Play Sunday
Ten-year-old pianist Debra '
eobson will appear in a solo reci I
at the Surfsid- Town Hall on Si -
day at 3 p.m.
The talented pianist Is the dan.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford .
eobson. She has studied the pia
for four years with the we'l-kno i
teacher. Estelle Pappas.
This is the second year that I
will be appearing in "a public
rectal.
Debra attends fifth .' d al i:
Harbor Elementary School an
Temple Menoiah Religious -
Her program will include vvoi
by Beethoven. Becehcrini. Il.iv.
T.-ciiaikowsky. Grieg. Rimsk
Korsakoff, Chopin and Paderev, -
Beth David
Patrons Dinner
Set Sunday
Beth David Patrons Committee, j
headed by Phillip Schiff. chair-
man, and Max Silver and Mrs.
Louis Seitlin. co-chairmen, have
receive,! a large number of rescr- \
\ vatlons for the annual Patrons!
dinner dance to be held on Sun-
day in the Grand Ballroom of,
Spector Hall.
Cocktails will be served at 6
p.m., followed by dinner prepared
by Mr. Lloyd and the catering
staff at Beth David.
Al Schor and his orchestra have
been engaged for the evening.
! Mt. Sinai Garden Cfvb
Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden Club
heard a talk on "Planning on a
Budget" by Manuel Cisneros. of!
Arts Landscape, during a mcct-
. ing Monday noon at the Miami '
Beach Garden Center. .Mrs. Alex !
Gordon is president of the group.
. and Mrs. Hank Meyers is in charge
ol programming.
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Friday. April to, 19644

... ^/^tboiit people ana jj laces...
A HEN PARTY
It els Id it be? The tables were
ttview Country Club din-
- and in the middle of each table was
a hen. Hanaj Mrs Albert Pallet. co-hoste---
sistet Sylvia, Mrs. George) Gor-
their guests A slight reminder
stop king .igat tte pacifier at each
Some ot the "hens" were Mrs Charles
tel. Mrs Arthur Desser. Mrs Irving Park-
er. Sirs Stank) Wolff. Mrs Bernard Fuller.
:;.::> V...:- n. Mr- Samuel Halpenn. Mrs.
renting Mrs. Walter Jacobs. Mrs. Jack
Sandier, Mrs A L Glickman, Mrs Bernard
Kor: Mrs Harr> Lewis
*
IN EVERY MOTHERS EYES
The look in Mrs Max Stupp's eyes (she is
DOtberl was reflected in every
one of the CRT women's eyes, all one-thousand
of them at the Women's American ORT Jennie
rd iuncheon at the Deauville Hotel, when
j to his mother, looking right at her.
'My Yiddisbe Mama." It was a wonderful after-
noon, and the intimate cross conversation be-
Eddii Fisher and Jennie Grossinger made
it mon Among the women all dressed in
.rid tucker were Mrs. Melvin
Mrs Birdie Mazo, Mrs. Lawn
who v.ill be moving here soon from
Y rk Mrs Lewis Rosenthal. Mrs William
Mi Harold Cruder. Miss Mai
Babitz. Mrs Jack Robbin.-. Mrs. Joseph Kantcr.
Mrs Ethel Gold, Mrs. Rhea Fishman, Mrs. Jo>-
eph Wilkes, Mr- Irving Sussman and Mrs. Flor-
ence Kupperman. L'nder a big graj hat was
Flo CMrs. Sidney) Lewis, William Lesser, there
with his wife, .-eemed not one white upset that
he was one >>1 the very few men pre.-cnt at the
luncheon.
MEET THE FAMILY
Ethel I Mrs Alex Fre.din held a luncheon
at her home so that her family and the Gidney
family could get to know each other. Her son.
Howard, and Marilyn, daughter "1 Mildred and
Morris Gidney. will be married in August
Marilyn and Howard have been sweethearts since
high school days. The luncheon was planned
for vacation time when Marilyn would be home
rrom Bo-ton University, from which she grad-
uates in June. Her sister. Marcia. also was
home from Ohio State University. The four
grandmothers. Mrs. Betty Finegold. Mrs Ben
Gidney, Mrs Anna Silverstein and Mrs Gussu
Freidin. -at in a corner discussing what would
make extra special nice "grandmother" wedding
presents Among other female member> of the
famil sent were Mr- Louis Gidney, Mrs.
Manuel Luck. Mr- Sandi rd C : Mrs JacK
Freidin. Mrs Julian Abrams, Mrs Sj
. rs an I, ol course, Hi war I's ki i M
Robyn Tubin Unit Plans Functions
A cocktail party is in the offing On Apr. 22. the chapte: will hold
for number- of Robyn Tubin a dn(,r luncheon at the Diplomat
*"*'*'*.....: z rssLfiL *. lnm,
Apr. 18 at the home .if Mrs Helen day p m F;| MJ
1 i.i.ah. 19441 NE 19th Ct., No. Savings and Loan Association
Miami Beach 125th St. and 9th Axe
Home for the Aged Women's Auxiliary **s ond Roos'mng
To be Honored at Donor Luncheon Here
Miami Women's Auxil-
iarj Jewish Home i">>r the Aged,
hold its 15th annual donor
ii on on Sunday at the Al-
Hotel.
- erry Hour'' is >cheduled from
to 12:30, when Elmer Horos-
. his strolling musicians will
> i mtinental music, with
Bibor Stem at the piano.
Mr-. Lawrence Silverman is
Auxiliary president Mrs Charles
Dor chairman, with
Mrs Morris Kripple as co-chair-
Mrs Rose Roth, donor
journal chairman, will give the
' cati :. at the luncheon ses-
sion,
The 15th annual occasion will be
marked by an anniversary cake-
hshting ceremony Mrs. Louis
Makovsky, program chairman,
w ill introduce the special honorees
ated to light the candles.
Mrs. Sol Silverman. fir.-t donor
chairman, will light the first
candle: Mrs Irving Frankel. the
second candle: Mrs. Trudy Ham-
erschlag. the third candle: and
the present donor chairman. Mr-
Brown, the fourth candle.
Judge Irving Cypen. president
of the Jewish Home for the Aged,
will present to all who have en-
dowed 35.000 rooms at the Home
special gold honor pins.
Dancers from the Beatrice La-
Verne Studio will perform.
Tick, ti fasl i the
usual sell-out is expected at the
14th annual Ribs and
Apr. 30 at Miami Springs Villas.
Theme of this year's
show of Sigma Delta Chi will be
"Election Today' or Suffering
Suffrage'" Cast will include by-
liners of the pre--, radio, tile
vision and the allied com::,
tion fields.
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' Dr. Richard E. Deutch and Dr
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Friday. April 10. 1954
RACHU
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Rachel Skop. ;. native New Yorker, remembers with
a smile fishing in Central Park as a child and then mak-
ing pretend"" gefilte tish. Interest in dramatics spear-
headed her interest in art. She went to the YM and YWIIA
with a friend the day the new art class opened. The class
needed a model and that was Rachel's entrance. The
art teacher, the famous illustrator. Saul Raskin, encour-
aged her to paint despite the fact
that she couldn't draw a straight
line. At the time, Rachel was
playing the violin, and she also
took part in a dramatic group.
Very soon, however, she felt great-
er fulfilment in her painting and
sculpture. "In dramatics or mus-
ic." she explained, "you lead up
to a terrific climax, but in art
there is something to show after*
ward, not just the memory."
Morris Skop. a rabbinical stu-
dent in her class, felt the teach-
er had been too severe in his
criticism of Rachel, and that
started the romance. Rachel came
from a family that did not lay
heavj stress on religious practices. So the young rabbi-
nical student felt that Rachel should know all there was
to know about her religion: consequently, she attended a
school of Jewi>h studies.
1'lie Rabbi's first post was in Orlando. It was there
that their four children were born: Shirah. now Mrs. Louis
Heilberg. Raphael. Eli and Adena. who is a junior at
Coral Gables High School. Today, there are two grand-
children to brag about. In Orlando, out of necessity. Rachel
learned to cook all of the traditional dishes perfectly.
However, the study of Torah comes before all else, and
Skop felt that they must move to Miami where th> chil-
dren would be able to go to a Yeshiva.
Rabbi Skop occupied the pulpit of Temple Jiulea for
twelve years. He helped found the congregation with 27
families. Rachel did her share in the community, as well
as helping her husband. She was active in Hadassah and
Bnai B'rith. and president of Chesed Shel Ernes. In her
spare time today. Rachel works in the studio of her home
on a variety of paintings and sculpture. She is hoping to
have a one-man show soon.
Rachel is art supervisor at Temple Beth Shirah. where
Rabbi Skop now occupies the pulpit. She teaches a class
there on Monday nights She also teaches in the Dade
public school system. "Teaching children art is basically
selfish because it satisfies me." says Rachel.
Rachel tint's being the wife of a rabbi both challeng-
ing and exciting. Combine that with the role of mother,
teacher, homemakir and artist, and you have a combina-
tion that is hard to beat in Rachel Skop.
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The Doral Beach Hotel was the
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Roberta Antelman and Stephen 11
Miller. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz officiated.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Puerto Rico, the newly-
weds will live at the Harbor Tow-
er Apt* Miami Beach.
Daughter of Mrs. Lillian Antel-
man, ot New York, the bride at-
tended Brooklyn College, Her
' usband ha- a 1963 degree from
the Universitj of Florida an,! 1-
a member of Tail Epsilon I'hi
Fraternity.
For the wedding, the new Mrs
Miller wore a white peau de sole
street-length frock encrusted with
seed pearls and carried white or-
chids.
Bridal attendants were Eleanor
Miller, the bridegroom's sister,
and Mrs. Harriet Cohen, the bride's
sister. Michael Grossman served
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Mr, and Mrs Moshe Berman,
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.laughter. Varda (Bobby), to Har-
vey L. Krull, -"ii ol Mr and Mrs.
Albert Lionel Krull. noted com-
munity and civic leader- oi Hous-
ton, Tex.
The bride-elect attended ele-
mentarj and Miami Beach High,
and is now in her sophomore year
at the Universitj oi Houston,
where she majors in elementary
education She is on the stall of
the college periodic. I
The prospective bridegroom
also attended the University of
Houston, where he majored in
business administration and is
now active!} engaged in the con-
struction business in Houston.
Following their marriage on
Sunday, June 7. at the Algiers
Hotel, the couple will make their
home in Houston, where Miss Ber-
man will complete her studies.
Mr. Berman is executive direc-
tor of Histadrul here
Rachel Yedid
Weds Physician
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro if
ficiated at the late Sunday
nuptials uniting Rachel y ,.
1642 SW 21st St.. and I)r \ .....
Fisher. The Hollywood 1,
Hotel was the setting for th,
mony and reception which follow,
ed.
Given in marriage by her broth
ei. Harry Yedid. the bride's ma
tion of honor was Mrs.
Yedid
The chapel train and hem ol net
silk organza bridal gown were
scalloped in appliques of alencoa
lace.
Serving as best man was Har-
ry Fisher. Groomsmen included
Or. Jack Solomon, Dr. Harry Har-
wich. Dr. Martin Manning, Di
Ahin Bodenstoin, Dr. Marvin
Mishkin. Dr. Jack Sandier. \i
Rosen and Hyman Orlick.
Daughter ol the late Mr. an 1
Mrs. Charles Yedid, Mrs. Fishei
received her early education in
France and graduated from the
American Business School
Rome, Italy.
The bridegroom is the 501
Mrs, I.illic Fisher, of Brookly;.
N.Y.. and the late Max Fisher
An ophthalmologist. Dr. Fishe
,- a graduate of New York l n
versity and New York Medic:
College
Following a wedding trip
Jamaica, the now lywedded 1
will live in Hallandale, Fia
*.
New Art Show At Beth Sholom
Two artists are to be featured
in the newest exhibit at Temple
Beth Sholom Art Gallery, begin
ning with a preview on We Hi
day evening, according to ai
nouncement by Mrs. David Druck
er, chairman of Beth Sho
\rt Committee.
Pen am! mk drawings by Stan-
ley Lev) ami water colors bj
Baruj Salinas will be on displaj
110m Apr. 15 until May 15 at the
Gallery, 4144 Chase Ave
Stanley Levy's work, executed
during the years he and his
ily spent in Israel, depicts
phases of life there The
has exhibited locally at Richards
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. here he exhibited at the Texas
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Beach Art Center and in the Vil-
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Mollie Kahaner Women to Honor Torah
Fund Donors at Luncheon Slated Here
K .ihh
MRS. IRVING BROWN
The signing of a Golden Scroll
will highlight the Torah Fund i"
luncheon of the Mollie Kahaner]
Sisterhood of Beth Torah Congre-1
nation at the Social Hall on Thur.s-1
. ay. Apr. 1G, it was announced by
Mrs Stanley Friedman, chair-1
man.
Mis Seymour Mann will be
Kuesl speaker. Mrs Mann is vice'
president ol the Florida Branch
ol the National Women's League
ol the United Synagogue of Amer
ica, A musical program by Mrs.
Herbert Tietzer will also be pre-
sented.
The Torah Fund, set up by the
National Women's League of the
United Synagogue, with which the:
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood is af-
filiated, assists financially in the
training of rabbis, cantors, teach
ers and lay leaders at the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica in New York City.
The Torah Fund also helps to
maintain the Seminary's nation-
wide mtertaith programs and its
West Coast Branch, the University
ol Judaism.
The Mollie Kahaner function
will be held in conjunction with
he campaign oi the National
Aomen's League to raise $600,000
throughout the country lor the ex-
psr.dmg programs ol the Semi-
la ry.
Mrs Friedman's committee in-
cludes Mrs. Myron Sponder. ar-
rangements; Mrs. Bernard Hoff-
man, telephone chairman; Mrs.
Lawrence I. Brant, publicity: Mrs.
Herbert Tietzer. program: Mrs.
Irving Newman and Mrs. Adrian
Kaufman, hostess chairmen; Mrs.
Wayne Veltman. table decorations;
Mrs. Martin Walfish. tickets.
Mrs. Stanley Stein is Sisterhood
president.
Members of the Torah Fund Luncheon Committee of the Mollie
Kahaner Sisterhood of Beth Torah are pleased with the way
the reservations are coming in for their annual Torah Fund
luncheon. Preparing to siqn the Golden Scroll are standing
(left to right) Mrs. Bernard Hoffman and Mrs. Lawrence Brant.
Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Stanley Stein, president of Moliie
Kahaner Sisterhood; Mrs. Stanley Friedman, chairman of
Torah Fund; and Mrs. Myron Sponder, in charge of table ar-
rangements.
Gina Bachauer To Perform With UM Orchestra
Brown, Novick Exchange Vows
Now honeymooning in Acapul-1 bridal bouquet was an arrange-
co, Mexico, Barbara Novick, merit of orchids and stephanotis.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo No- Serving as maid and matron of
vick, s;.1 W. 48th St., and Irving honor were Miss Nancy Sue Ber-
Brown ivere married Sunday. Apr. man and Mrs. Martin Beck Best
man was Steve Fireman, and
(in en return, they will live .Michael Novick and Jack Arias]
:it !ii! i E. Ba> Harbor Dr. ushered
For the late evening rites, with Son oi Mr. and Mrs Nathan
i;..lb: Leon Kronish officiating. I Brown, of Methuen, Mas-., the
the bride chose a gown styled with groom is an executive with Cares--
.i lace and seed pearl bodice and sa Shoes. He attended Syracuse
peau (! soil skirl from which fell I tliversity, and his wile attended
.i tr; l of seed pearls The the Universit) of Miami
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Continued from Page 1-3
politan Museum of Art. dropper
will exhibit in Miami in the
spring .
Great-grandson's Bar Mitzvah
taking Mr. and Mrs. Max Apple
baum to Huntington. L.I.. this
weekend Celebrant is Mark
Stander
In gala dinner groups noted
this week at the Belle Plaza
Restaurant: Mr. and Mrs Sam-
uel Miller, formerly of the ad-
jacent Belle Towers. Kate and
Bill Bornstein. Oscar and Bertha
Gearnart (she retired recently
from a major government post
in Washington. D.C.), Bess and
Arthur Sommerfield (he opened,
Christian Dior's first U.S. salon),1
George and petite Mimi Hirsch,
of Washington Federal, with
their Offspring, Dave Korf, of
Kenosha, Wise, longtime friend
Harry Salter and the Nathan
Maniiows Frequent diner
also is blue-eyed May Cowen,
Isaac Zeflert. 88. retired school
rove
master in London, flew over this
week, all by himself, to visit
family here "Mr. Chips."
who thinks nothing of walking
live miles a day. is visiting his
brother, Barny Shapiro, 78, of
443 Valencia Ave.. whom he
ha-n"t seen in ten years, as well
as a nephew. Marvin Shapiro.
7521 SW 58th Ave., and a niece.
Doris (Mrs. Donald) Frank. 7701
SW 53rd PI. There are more
relatives in Charlotte, N.C., so
Zeffert will make the trip there
before returning to Miami for
another two weeks prior to tak-
ing the jet back to London.
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Gina Bachauer. the noted Creek
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Symphony Orchestra, Fabien Se-
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eighth pair of season conceits next
Sunday, Apr. 12. at Miami Beach
Auditorium and Monday. Apr. 13.
at Dade County Auditorium.
Mme. Bachauer, who last ap-
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1953. will perform Johannes
Brahms' dramatic- and moving
Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flatl
major.
The major orchestral work on
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lius' Symphony No. I, Open-
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as the Creek monarchs. Queen technique and virtuosity."
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A native of Athens, she gave
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eight. She later studied in Paris
with Alfred Cortot. Her first big
break came when she performed
the Grieg Piano Concerto at Lon-,
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Outdoor Activities Beckon- 'Fun in Sun' Planned by Camp Directors
CAMP DIRECTORY
FLORIDA
. amp Gan Israel of Florida
lildren 6 to 16
Office at 918 6th St. and
1020 Michigan Ave
Phones 532-5694, 534-0-121
Camp Ocala
Boys and girls 5 to 16
Located in Ucala National Forest
cated in Deland Heights. Deland Uri(e l5il N Bavshorc Ur Mlaml
0 miles from Miami I Or call FR 1 7858. FK 9-8601
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TFMPLE EMANU-EL DAY (AMP
OUR SEVENTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR
JUNE 15 to AUGUST 7
Under the Personal Guidance
Of DR. IRVING LIHRMAN
and Direction of
MILTON FEINSTEIN
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
ATHLETICS and SWIMMING
FIELD TRIPS and OUTINGS
DRAMATICS-SINGING
and DANCING
WEEKLY SABBATH SERVICE
^OtM-A
IN FLORIDA'S
COOL OCALA
NATIONAL FOREST
At Cimp Ocala, your boy or girl (S-16) will enjoy the mojf fun-fiifed
summer ever. Gain confidence learning new skills, too. Daily water-
skiinq, swimming, and horseback ridingno extra charge. Trained by
matwe counselor-experts (1 to every 3 children -triple the average).
Bcjlng. Tennis. Archery. Dnmatics. Team Sports. Riflery. Golf.
Arts S. Crifts Fulltime Licensed Physicnn ,ind 3 Registered Nurses
O Fr day Night S.ilibath Services Starts June 2A Full 8 or 4 Week
Seasons Call or Write for Full Details:
10t' OFFICE: 1451 N. BAYSHORE DR., MIAMI
Ye'r FR 1-7858 FR 9-8601
DIKECTORS:
Dr Thee dore R. Struhl Benjamin Miller
Ma |Or Leonard Wollman Robert H. Wollman
S KY LAKE
Oamjti
HIOM IN TNf BLUI RIDOf MOUNTAINS
AUT||, OEOROIA
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, 7 to 17. Complete camp 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 STEINMETZ-Comp Directort-SID & MARILYN GREENSPAN
Ph. 624-0692 P.O. Box 159, Miami 45, Fla. Ph. Wl 5-6904

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"AN ADVENTURE IN HEALTH AND HAPPINESS'
CAMP PINEWOOD
HENDERSONVILLE, N.C.
V'ty FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 5-17
2S00 ft. high in the grandeur of the Great Smokey Mountains,
cool, invigorating healthful climate 97 allergy free where
the growth and development of each child is guided with love,
experience and understanding mature, skilled counselor staff
Sabbath Services full cultural and athletic program tutoring.
CALL TODAY FOR ILLUSTRATED BROCHURE
PERSONAL INTERVIEWS INVITED
- TNf DIRECTORS -
D-. ond Mrs. Donald D. Micfcefson Eli and Fran Meltzer
MO 7-1808-MO 7-9784 JE 1-6776 JE 8-8696
A redned Member
>l '.'4 Ass
Grade "A" Rjti.ie
\.C. board of Heahl
Camp Menorah
Summer Day-Camp
Boys and Girls 3 through 9
Located 75th and Carlyle
Miami Beach
Call Temple Office- UN 6-2156
Temple Emanu-EI
Daj Camp
Boys and Girls
Contacl Milton Feinstein
JE 8-2503
TENNESSEE
Belle Aire Ranch Camp
Boys and girls 8 to 17
and
Camp Belle Aire
lU.ys and girls 6 to 16
Located in Sparta
Write Mr. and Mrs. Reuben
Komisar, Directors
I Route No. Sparta. Tenn.
' Local representative:
Mrs. Betty Metlika
i 3140 SW 15th St.. HI 3 3751
GEORGIA
Sky Lake Camp* m
Boys and girl 7 to 17
Located in Sautee
Local representatives:
Ira and Donna Steinmetz. 623-0692
Sid and Marilyn Greenspan,
WI 5-6904
or Write P.O. Box 159. Miami 45
157
NORTH CAROLINA
Blue Star Camp
j Girls and boys 7 to 17
Located in Hendersonville
Write to Harry G. and
'Herman M. Popkin
1100 Crescent Avenue. N.E.
Atlanta. Ga.
Local representatives:
Mrs. Lil Rosen, FR 1-8205
Mrs. Roz Sutta. HI 6-1846
Harry Kaplan. WA 2-1162, WA 3
Camp Judaea
For boys and girls
Located in Hendersonville
; Write George Stern, Director
' 5d Whitehall St. S.W.
Atlanta :;. Georgia
Local information:
: Ph. 758-s;:85. JE 1-5556
Camp Pinewood
Boys and girls 5 to 17
Lo< ated in Hendersom ille
Call Dr. and Mrs. Donald D
Michelson, Mil 7-1808, MO 7-9784
Ell and Fran Meltzer
JE 11177b. JE 8 8696
CAMP MENORAH
75th & Carlyle Avenue
Summer Day-Camp
June 15 through August 7, 1964
3 year olds through 9 year olds from 9r00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
HOT KOSHER LUNCHES
FIELD TRIPS HEBRAIC ATMOSPHERE
ALL CAMP ACTIVITIES
HALF DAY AND FULL DAY PROGRAM
Call Temple Menorah School Office, UN 6-2156 lor details and brochure.
Temple Menorah Day Camp
Camp Menorah, the Day Camp
of Temple Menorah. 75th St. and
Dickens Ave.. Miami Beach, will
stress Hebraic atmosphere com-
bined with the full gamut of camp
activities. '
The camp, which is for children,
between the ages of 3 to 9, will
open on June 15 and run for eight
weeks. The children learn sim-
ple Hebrew songs, prayers and
phrases in a pleasant and inter-
esting way through drama, crafts,
play and song.
The camp will use the facilities '
of the Normandy pool and swim-
ming instruction will be given to
i all children.
A trained staff, with specialists
in the various phases of camp ac-
tivities. will guide the campers. A
i special attraction, bowling for old-
| er children, will be available.
Kosher lunches will be served.
Door-to-door transportation will!
be provided.
Trips will be taken once a week
to various points of interest and
amusement in the Miami area.
Interested parents may call the
Religious School office at UN
6-2156.
... "A Summer Camping Adventure With a Purpose"
BLUE STAR CAMPS
GIRLS AND BOYS
7 TO 17 YEARS
HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
(20 'nifes from Asheville in the Blue Ridge Mountains)
Camoerj meet at nearby NEW
all-weatner resort Airport
17
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 acre Private
Estate with two lakes. Horseback riding. Creative Jewish pro-
gram plus ALL usual camping activities. Six separate programs
for different age groups. Resident physician. Tutoring available.
Trips to Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains. Special preseason
BASKETBALL CAMP. Request 44-page catalog.
DIRECTORS OF BLUE STAR CAMPS WILL BE IN THE MIAMI
AREA APRIL 5th and 6th. PLEASE CALL REPRESENTATIVES
FOR APPOINTMENT.
Writ* to FOUNDERS A DIRECTORS:
Harry G. and Herman M. Popkin
Full-time Winter Address:
_______1100 Crescent Ave., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30309
& CAMP JUDAEA
OUR 11th SEASON
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
HENDERSONVILLE, N.C.
"-SOFIU UNIT
i 6th 7th Gr.ide i
WACHON (Leadership Train.ngi
(Sth 9th 10th Grade)
pr-cr ftRi \- IMT
(4th 5th Gride'
IN THE PICTURfSOUf BlUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
ALL LAND .v WATER SPORTS ARTS 4 CRAFTS
NATUR STUDY MUSIC -DRAMAT.CS RESIDENT NURSES
Israel p > Activity. Pl.iy. Modern Hebrew.
Daily and Sabl D'et.iry Laws Observed
JEWISh TRADITION and SPIRIT OF ERETZ
FEE: $235 Per Session, Plus $'0 Registration Fee
Full Season. Plus $10 Registration Fee
REGISTRATlO\ LMlTED TO 1 "0 CAMPERS
FIRST SESSION BEGINS JUNE 24th Ends July 21
SECOND SESS.0N BEGIN JULY 23rd Ends Aug. 18
FULL SEASON BEGINS JUNE 24 Ends AUG. 18
SOUTHERN ZIONIST YOUTH COMMISSION
Sponsored by HADASSAH 6. Z O A
l|j A--'
FOR INFORMATION AND CATALOGUE, WRITE
GEORGE STERN, Director, SO Whitehall St. S.W., Atlanta 3, Ga.
LOCAL INFORMATION: Ph. 758-8385 or JE 1-5556
BELLE AIRE RANCH CAMP and CAMP BELLE AIRE
AT THE SUNSET ROCK DUDE RANCH SITE
"ATOP THE COOL CUMBERLAND MOUNTAINS, SPARTA, TENN.1'
Belle Ain
Ranch
Camp
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 8-17
Specializing in
HORSEBACK RIDING
SHODEOS A ROPING
WEEKLY HORSEBACK
TRIPS. OVERNIGHT
* TRA.L RIDLS
O SWIMMING 4
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
(All Inclusive Fee)
DATES: JUNE 6 to JULY 17
Camp
Belle
Aire
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 6-17
A Complete Camping Program
FOSTFRING o .ill the "ARTS'
WATER SPORTS-
ATHLETICS
HORSEBACK RIDING
RODSO ARENA
z DAY HORSEBACK TRIP
TR'P-OUTS (Canoeing. Etc.)
ARCHERYRIFLERY
FENCING
Kosher Food Upon Request.
Speciol attention to underweights.
Registered Nurse on
24-Hour Duty.
$400 for 5 weeks
(All Inclusive Fee)
DATES: JULY 19 to AUG. 23
For Full Information and Brochures
CALL FLORIDA REPRESENTATIVE
MRS. BETTY METLIKA, 3140 S.W. 5th Street, Miami
Telephone HI 3-3751
OR WRITE
MR. AND MRS. REUBEN KOMISAR DIRECTORS
Winter Headquarters, Route No. 7, Sparta, Tann.
YOUR SUMMER PROBLEMS ARE NOW SOLVED
CAMP GAN ISRAEL OF FLORIDA
Offers You the Opportunity of Sending Your ChiH to a Kosher Camp
and at the same time he win be close fcy.
FOR CHILDREN AGES 6-16
Centrally located in Deland Heights, Delano", Fla., 250 Miles from Miami
8 WEEKS, June 22 Aog. 16 $400 4 WEEKS ONLY $225
All KriVITIES SWIMMING S-OtTS ARTS CRAFTS
PROffSSIONAl COUNSELORS DOCTOR and NURSE
All Those Registering Before April 10 are eligible for a 10% Diseeuaf-
. 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


Friday. April 10, 1964
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Page 11-B
Temple Menorah Reelects Revitz To Fifth Term
Left to right are Dr. Paul Csonka and Eugene DuBois, who will
be featured at a meeting of Temple Israel Sisterhood on Wed-
nesday noon in Wolfson Auditorium. Mrs. Henry J. Nelson
has arranged the program. Dr. Csonka. born in Vienna and
founder of the Salzburg Opera Guild, was conductor of the
Havana Symphony. A pianist and conductor of the Opera
Guild of Greater Miami, he recently won a $25,000 television
prize for his knowledge of opera. DuBois was concertmaster
of the Columbia Broadcasting Symphony Orchestia and Chi-
cago Lyric Opera prior to moving to Miami, where he became
concertmaster of the University of Miami Symphony. He has
appeared throughout Florida in recitals and chamber music
ensembles.
Florida Bar Will Convene on Beach
Members of the Dade County
and Miami Beach Bar Associations
are coordinating plans for the
I itl annual convention of the Flor-
ida Bar to be held at the Ameri-
..iii.i Motel from May 6 to 9.
Harry Zukernick has been nam-
ed convention chairman by Del-
bridge L. Gibbs, Jacksonville,
president of the Florida Bar.
Miami lawyers serving on the
('(invention Committee are Louis
i.illman. Julian R. Benjamin,
Peter T. Kay. Judge Gerald J.
Klein. Walter C. Keener and Sam
I. Silver: from Miami Beach,
deorge i Alboum, Fred R Bais-
den. Mrs. Dons Weinstein Sirkin.
CWGen.V
NOW OPEN
at 11:30 a.m. DAILY
V' for LUNCH i

HARRY ZUKERN/CK
CREAMED CHICKEN
1.65
la Kin
, D.oi Potato*
STUFFED CABBAGE
Hungarian fS|^|Q
BCEF GOULASH
Broad Noodles j or,
Fresh Vefetablt I.6U
NtONI Flnc.k.
> V.f.l.tll.
Ami* Sauce
POT ROAST
1.85

Sandwiches Steaks, Soups,
(lads Daily Specials
Cocktail*
CHANDLER'S
*21 st STREET pff COLLINS'
MIAMI BEACH Jfc 8-0523
Nelan Sweet and Raphael K
Yunes,
Mrs. William C. Gaither, Coral,
Gables, is chairman of the Ladies
Activities Committee.
Annual meeting of Florida law-
yers and Judges opens officially
op. Thursday. May 7, and con-
tinues through Saturday. May 9, j
with business and continuing legal
education sessions, committee
meetings, and meetings of law
school alumni and legal groups.j
Two pre convention legal educa
tion institutes are scheduled lor
Wednesday May 6.
An annual dinner dance, with
entertainment, will climax the
convention activities Saturdaj
evening at the Americana
Maurice Revitz was elected
president for a fifth term of Tem-
ple Menorah at the congregation's
annual membership meeting.
Sol Frankel was elected to the
vice presidency, succeeding Leon-
ard Solomon. Other vice presi-
dents are Abe Selecoff, Morris
! Black, Sam Fuehs, Harry Rosen
feld and Leonard Rosen.
Elected to serve as officers of j
the Temple are Louis DcCovcny. |
i treasurer; Jack Burstein, secre-1
tary; Louis Reinstein, linancial
secretary; Joseph Denmark, as-i
sistant financial secretary.
Max Krauss. past president of
the Temple, was ayain elected to
serve as honorary president
Seagrams Names
New Officers
Bernard Tabbat has been nam-
ed executive vice president of Sea-
gram Distillers Company, succeed-.
iug Francis W. Fitzmaurice. For.
the past two years, Tabbat has
been executive vice president of
Calvert Distillers Company, an
other sales company of Joseph E.
Seagram .-mis. inc.
Arthur F. Murphy has been pro-
moted to executive vice president
ol Calvert Distillers, succeeding
i, bat. He has been \ ice presi-
dent and general -ales manager oi
the Calvert company for the last
two j ears.
Murphy has also been elected a
director of Joseph E. Seagram &
Sun-. Inc., the wholly-owned U.S.
subsidiary of Distiller- Corpora
turn Sea-rains Limited oi Canada
Both Tabbat and Murphy were
directly concerned with the
planning and introduction last
year of Calvert Extra, regarded
as the most successful launching
of a new brand in the liquor in-
dustry since World War II.
Tabbat joined Seagram-Distill
ers Company in 1946 BS a field
marketing researcher. Subse-
quently, he became market analyst,
director of sales training and as-
sistant to the executive vice pie-
[dent and later executive vice
president and also director of
marketing of Seagram-Distillers.
Murphy joined Seagram-Distill
ers Company as a sales represen-
tative in Connecticut in 1946. Sub-
sequently, he was assistant state
manager for Connecticut, Rhode
island state manager, Eastern Di-
vision brand manager for Sea-
gram's VO Canadian Whisky and
Seagram's Extra-Dry Gin.
Elected to serve as members of, man, Milton Singer. Leonard Si
the Board of Directors are Mich- '" Murray Weil, Dr. Sigmit
acl Bronstein. llimen Fenster, '
Morris Hock. David Weinman,, Installation of the newiy-ele
Jack I. Korenblit. Joseph Man.-- ed ollicers and board membc
bach. L'berto Orvieto, Harry Ros- will take place at Friday Dig
enfeld, Sam Schiffman, Al Sher-' services, Apr. 24.
GOING TO THE
World's Fair?|
GO FREE!
ALL EXPENSES PAID
ROUND TRIP FOR 2
7 DAYS
IN NEW YORK
FOR WORLD'S FAIR
AT THE FABULOUS
AMERICANA HOTEL
FLY EASTERN
FIRST CLASS JIT
VISIT CHIPPY'S AND GET YOUR FREE COUPON AT CASHIER
DRAWING JUNE 15th, 1964
RestautaftifSZJ, Pantry
101 MIRACLE MILE "ON THE CORNER" CORAL GABLES
Now Open
Victor
Bidonc's
Where fleoonce
in Dining is
A Tradition
1045 -95th STREET BAY HARBOR ISLAND
RESERVATIONS: UNion 5-8224
Continental tot Kosher Caterers
WEDDINGS BAR MiTZVAHS BANQUETS UNLIMITED
At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue
Miomi's Only "Shomcr Shobbos" Restaurant Quality Par Excel/, nee
8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI _________Phone 226-1744
Original
H0FFMANS CAFETERIA
SERVING THE FINEST IN FOOD *
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR
ORGANIZATIONS, GROUPS, PARTIES, ETC.
OPEN All YEAR
1450 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fla.
KING
ARTHUR'S
COURT
The
STROLLING VIOLINS
DINNER SUPPER
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
500 Deer Ron TU 8-4521
ART BRUNS, Co-Owner
THE LERNERS
Catering for All Occasions
Famous
WASHINGTON AVE.
Jfesfeurant
JE 1-3967
MIAMI
FACILITIES BEACH
idey.\b:ks m icve i iiaii/v
4 P.M. to 10 P.M.
E0R BEAUTIFULLY CATERED ArfAIRS
CRYSTAL ROOM of the LOMBARDY HOTEL
SAND-ELL TU3D CATEUEttS
Coll Mr. Weiss UN 6-6226 If No Answ.-r Call UN 6-527S
MICHEL'S Kosher Restaurant
CATERING FOR All OCCASIONS BAR MITZVAHS OUR SPEOAITY
940-71st STREET, NORMANDY ISLE UN 6-6043
"The Nonpareil of Kosher Restauroni%"
KL HAT! IlltO SPANISH RESTAURANT
Specialty of the House
"PAELLA VALENCIANA"
OPEN 11 A.M Til 10 P.M. DAILY
2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI
Phone NE 3-9496
TASTY SHOPPf, INC.
1727 Coral Way, Miami
HI 4-8652
Open from 7 AM. to 8 P.M.
Specializing in a Complete
Line of Jewish Meals at
Popular Prices.
Visit Our Delicatessen i
Appetizing Take-Out Depf.
TZIMMES GEFILTE FISH
FLANKEN ROAST CHICKEN
POTATO KUGEL
ROYAL HUNGARIANS RESTAURANT I
731 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone JE 8-5401
NOW BOOKING FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS
Elegant Catering for Bar Mifzvahs, Weddings, and all Social Functions
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
GORDON and PONT
ROSHEI CATEIEIS
from hori d'oeuvrei fs complete buffet
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655
Under the strict supervision of the United Kashrus Association or
Greater Miami SuDervisino Rabbi: Rabbi A bra ha m J. Sal ra
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAB MITZVAHS MCIPTIOIM
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+Jeislineri Friday. April 1C, 1964
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern presents a portrait to
Jacob C. Cohen, life member oi Beth Jacob.
Presentation was at the Deauville Hotel and
the anniversary banquet of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation. Left to right are Jack Turkish.
Vice Mayor Bernard A. Frank, Mrs. Jack Tur-
kish and her fa'her, Jacob C. Cohen, and Mr.
and Mis. Abe Eisenberg, honorees at the ban-
quet.
Piver to Head
Men's Club
Dan Pivcr, recently elected vice
mayor of Surfside. was elected to
the presidency of the Men's Club
ot Temple Ner Tamid at a reg-
' ular meeting of the club held on
' Sunday.
fiver as a vice president ol
the club and member of the Board
of Directors. He also serves as
a member of the Board of Trus-
, tees of the Temple.
Elected to serve with Piver
were first vice president. Joseph
Silverman; second vice president.
Ralph Mervis: third vice presi-
. dint. Norman Superstein; record-
1 inj; >eerctary. Paul 11. Press; cor-
responding secretary. Jack Grecn-
' berg; tinancial secretary, Seymour
! Horowitz; and Fred Deutsch,
treasurer.
Pallot of Conference
S. Ronald Pallot. an e 'cutive
of Norton Tire Company, -a tended
a conference of the B. F Good-
rich Company in Jacksonville .mi
Monday as chairman ot the cum.
pany's Southeast Region;, Deal-
ers Advisory Council. Norton I'm
Company is one of the jtion -
biggest Goodrich dealer-, now
celebrating 40 year.- ,>f i
in the South Florida area
M.ctmians Will Attend National JWB Convention
A delegation oi representatives
from the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami will be attending the 1964
biennial convention oi the Nation-
held Apr. 15 to 19 in Boston. Mass
The local group will be headed
by Le.m Kaplan, national JWB
vice president; Mis Milton Sirkin.
president, Southern Section JWB;
A. Budd Cutler, "Y" president;
and El'raim H. Gale, executive di-
rector.
Hundreds ol delegates from Cen-
ters throughout the country will
ir gathering to discuss issues of
pressing concern to Jewish Com-
munity Centers at this time.
Keynote address at the opening
session will be delivered by Ed-
win Wolf II. president of the Na-
tional Foundation for Jewish Cul-
ture. Other speakers will include
Mrs. Mary I. Bunting, president,
Radcliffe College; Dr. Abram L.
Sacher, president. Brandcis Uni-
versity; and Lewis H. Weinstcin.
president of the National Com-
munity Relations Advisory Coun-
cil.
Vet
an-
eon
DiLido Cabana
Club Has Many
Fine Facilities
When summer comes to the
T.rcater Miami area, residents can'
be found at the DiLido Hotel Ca-
bana Club.
Lony recognised M a '-lathering
I lace tor "locals," the Cabana
Club has been completely refur-
bished to provide the utmost in
comfort, enjoyment an.l facilities.'
There are l-o cabanas, new
chaise lounges, and a complete!;
new pitio bar and restaurant
providing everything in poolside
i (reshments.
The DiLido boasts two sep-
arate full-size swimming pools,
right on the ocean.
An Olympic size pool is provid-
ed for adults, while teen-agers
tan splash away to their heart's
ly for themselves.
The DiLido ;s accessible to Lin-
.In Road Mall's world famous
Shops, the three causeways and
parking facilities
Sport* facilities at the DiLido
include volleyball. basketball.
shuffleboard, ping pong, horse-
hhoe-pitching and badminton.
Golfers can keep in shape on the
jutting green.ST.
Music Society
Concert Sunday
Next concert ol the Surfside
Music Society will be held Mon-
day evening. 8:30 p.m., in the
Concert Hall of the Surfside Com-
munity Center.
Artists to be featured include
Lillian Buss. 17-year-old pianist,
Nina RenauJ. coloratura soprano,
and Sally Kaye, accompanist. This
will mark their first appearance
before a Surfside audience.
Lillian Buss, child prodigy, is
a senior at Hialeah High School,
and has studied during the past
six years with Peggy Neighbors
Erwin. She was awarded lirst
place both in 1962 and 1963 in the
annual piano competition sponsor-
ed by the Florida Federation of
Music Clubs which takes place in
Gainesville in November.
Nina ltenaud is a native of Mon-
treal. Canada, where she was
..warded scholarships for advanced
study in voice and theory. While
there, she sang at many leading
hotels, in concerts, and on radio
Since Miss Renaud's arrival in
Miami Beach one year ago. she
has appeared at many local hotels
including the Doral Beach, at
Bayfront Park with Caesar La-
Monaca. and for many local or-
ganizations. Her program will in-
clude popular and musical com-
edy show tunes, operettas and
light classical music, including
Hebrew folk songs. Presiaent of
the society Louis Hoberman, will
I he commentator.
JWV Planning
Annual Confab
Daniel Heller, Jewish War
crans national commander,
nounces that the 69th annual
vention of Jewish War Veterans
ot the United States will be held
a! the Diplomat Hotel from Aug.
9 to 16
JWV members from throughout
the United States will attend, as
well as important dignitaries from
[Washington. All JWV posts will
send delegates, and thousands ot
veterans will register for this
Florida convention, according to
Commander Heller.
Irvin Steinberg, a national NEC
olficer. has been appointed gen-
eral chairman.
May Addresses
Zamora Men
Temple Zamora Broth,
monthly breakfast meet. .
Sunday morning began v ith sci
vices which included the T.tli- ..ml
Tfilin Club, followed by a "Ask
the Rabbi" session, with Rabbi
Hershel Brooks.
Guesl speaker was V rtimci
May. past national pies.
the Zionist Organ. I
ica Recently returned
trip Israel, Mav discu*
pi e- -. ns "f his vi-it and I
published on his life
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116] W 68 SI HIA1EAH. HOBIDA
LEO BERG
Phones: JE 1-5562 or 821 -0651
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. WHEN YOUR PHONE 15 ALWAYS ANSWERED
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than SS par week for a full time Telephone Secretary.
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TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE
Phone JEfferson 8-0721
Tourist Travel
Remains Heavy
This past winter season has pro-
duced a bumper crop of winter
tourists who visited the area, and
despite the early spr.nj; holidays,
indications point to heavy travel
by rail in each direction con-
tinuing through April.
Pa.ssengor traffic on the Sea-
board Railroad to Florida and par-
ticularly to the Gold Coast area,
has continued to grow each year,
and now is more than double what
it was prior to World War II, ac-
cording to W. J. Ficht, general
passenger agent for Seaboard.
"For this season, we hope to show
an 8 to 10 per cent increase over
last year and anticipate an excel-
lent crop of summer tourists de-
spite the operation of the New
York World's Fair which we do
not feel will hamper the flow of'
summer visitors to Florida and
this area.'' he said.
Seaboard will continue to op-
erate two streamliners daily be-
tween Miami and New York, '
with morning and afternoon de-
partures and extra sections op-
erated on certain dates as re-
quired.
Seaboard will again establish
the attractive special summer ex-
cursion round-trip, thirty-day coach
tares in both directions between
Miami-Richmond and Washington.'
D.C., to which round-trip fares
north ol Washington will be added
to provide attractive lares to and
from Boston, New York, Haiti-
more. Philadelphia and other
Eastern points
These fares between Miami and
Washington, D.c. will be based'
on is per cent of the regular one-
way coach fare now in ell. i I and
will be on Bale dailj from May l
to Nov. is, 1!m;:i. inclusive Fichl
revealed.
Youth Program
Invites Parents
Temple Mcnorah youth activities
will include parents in a "Let's
Talk It Over" session sponsored
by the Temple's USY.
The special project will be held
Sunday morning, when the teen-
agers meet with their parents at
a morning service conducted by
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. follow
ing which they will be served
breakfast in the Youth Lounge.
Judge Fred Barad. of the Metro
Court, will moderate the program
featuring a discussion on ''Who
Makes I'p the Kules of Life?"
Robert Ett. senior at Miami
Beach High and president ot the
Mcnorah I'SY. will introduce
.lodge Barad.
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Martin Belkin
"soti of Mf. and Mrs.
elkin. 7320 Carlyle Ave.,
rve his Bar Mitzvah on
morning, Apr. 11. at
Israel Hebrew Institute
aac Hirsh Ever will of-
Hi grade student at Nan-
nior High, the celebrant
his Hebrew education at
Stanley Galanshy Michael Kotler
id a major role in the school play,
"Kiss and Tell."
David's grandparents, Mrs. Fan-
nie S. Broad and Mr and .Mrs.
Louis Hamilton, will attend the
ceremony,
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception following the service
at the DiLido Hotel".
6 *i
Carry Barnett
On Saturday. Apr. 11, Garry
Harmon Barnett will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah at Young Israel of
Greater Miami, with Rabbi Sher-
w in Stauber officiating.
Garry is a seventh grade Stu-
dent at Nova High School, and
his favorite subject is science.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Barnett. 6960 N\V 19th
ft.. W. Hollywood.
* #
Stanley Galaiuky
Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Galansky. 7.">0 N'W 178th Ter.,
v ill celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. Apr. 11. at
Congregation B'nai Raphael Rab-
!>' Harold Itichter will officiate.
The celebrant will be honored
at the Riddush following the cere
mony and at a reception on Sun
day afternoon at the l.ombardy
Hotel
Stephen Vusboum Garry Barnett
tute's Religious School
i\ii out anding tennis player. Mar-
ill is :ith in the United .States
,i in Florida to win 20
iphii!
In lion in honor of the Bar
izvaJ ill follow i'ie services
'itchell Seidman
mi s. ji'day morning, Apr. n.
Mitche! -on of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-1
(amin Iman. will be Bar Mitz
ah at Temple Zion, with Rabbi
red ...\nian Officiating.
Mitel- 1, a student at Riviera (
bunior High ScIkkiI, plans to con-,
lunie ii the Temple Zion f onfir-!
nation C;ass.
Robert Mark
Robert son ol Mr. and Mrs
rthur lark, will be Bar Mitzvah
' Ten ; t Ner Tamid on Satur- j
a> morning, Apr. 11. Rabbi Bo-
ne Lai ovitl will officiate.
Robert is a student of Temple
r T.v id Religious School and i
f> uitilui Junior High.
\ r ption will follow ser
Samuel Kaler
Samuel, son of Mr and Mrs
USY Groups
Slate Celebration
Temple Adath Yeshurun USY
will host a celebration attended
bj USY groups Of Greater' Miami
(i honor Israel's -Sweet* Sixteen"
birthday
The Israel Independence Day ob-
servance will be held in the
Charles Rosenberg Memorial Hall,
1025 NE Miami Gardens Dr.. on
Sunday evening at 8 p.m.
Program for the festive oc-
casion will be under the direction
Of Temple Adath Yeshurun's edu-
cation director, Yehudia Segal.
Concert pianist Marian Kaye will
offer a musical program Miss
Kaye attended the Philadelphia
Conservatory of Music, the Juil-
liard School of Music, and Colum-
bia University Teachers' College.
Social dancing will follow the
program, and admission is tree.
Robert Cooper Cafhryn Stein
.lack Kaler. will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Saturday morning ser-
vices. Apr 11. at Beth David Con-
gregation. Rabbi Norman N.
Shapiro will officiate.
In the seventh grade at Ponce
de Leon Junior High. Samuel is
interested in science and all
sports.
Mr. and Mrs. Kaler will honor
the young celebrant with a Kid-
dush following services.
* >.: *
Michael Kotler
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will,
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah ofj
Michael Dean Kotler during ser-1
vices on Saturday. Apr. 11. at.
Beth David.
A seventh grade student at
Shenandoah Junior High, the cele-
brant is interested in medicine
and science, and his hobbies in-,
dude crafts and model building,
Mrs. Bertha Kotler will honor
her son at the Kid ush following
the ceremony.
Among guests will be his grand-
parent.-. Mr and Mis. .lack Pater
Gorinstein Named Associate
Joseph is Gorinstein is now
associated with Reynolds & Co..
members ot the New York Stock
Exchange, at 210 "1st St.. Miami
Beach, a-- associate manager, ac
cording to an announcement this
w eek
tlyse Berkowiti Samuel Kaler Robert lanett David Hamilton
Elyse Berkowiti
lene Berkou it/ w ill be-
'.-. .Mitzvah at services on
1 i ning, Apr. lo. at Beth
ngregation, with Rabbi
Shapiro officiating
< M grader at Ponce de
i >r Huh. Elyse i- a tal
icer, and her favorite
:!illlllll_'.
. Mrs: Harold Berkowitz
in.- nue Shabbal fol
.h. -
David Hamilton
...n hi David, -on oi
s Earle Hamilton, will
led Saturday morning,
remple Emanu-EI Dr,
irman will officiate,
- ;tli grade at Ida M
mi High, David is in
led mathematics pro
"'' i- interested in sports,
"rnali&m and drama, and play
Florida Derby
At Gulfstream
Gulfstream Park, enjoying one
ol its fines! seasons, offers the
13th running ot the Florida Derby
on Saturday
Led by the potential triple crown
winner, Northern Dancer, the
Florida Derby field will be one 01
the finest paraded postward this
y i ...
The second choice. Roman
Brother won two stakes at Ilia
leah in which he defeated, among
others the highly-regarded Mi
Brick Since then. Roman Broth
er has I een beaten b> Northern
; and Dandy K The la I
lei ran him down in the Foun
tain oi Youth Stakes
Fourth choice in the early line
i The Scoundn I, a California in-
vader who was running steadily
..-. Northern Dancer in an allow-
ance race last week that found
the Dancer equalling the track
record The Scoundrel i- a stable
mate oi the mighty Candj Spots
and is high!) regarded by his con
nections
Yiddish Vaudeville
Show on Sunday
An all-star "Yiddish Vaudeville"
show will be presented on Sunday.
2:30 p.m.. in the auditorium of
the Miami YMHA. 450 SW 16th
Ave.. it was announced by Abra-
ham Berrin. president of the Gold-
en Age Friendship Club.
The show, direct from the Cine-
ma Theater, is being presented
by Leon Schachter. Various Yid-
dish acts and performers will be
part of the program, which also
features Gitel Stein.
The benefit performance, the
last one in the area this season,
is open to the public. All proceeds
will go toward the purchase ol
a school bus at the Miami YMHA.
and Mr. and Mrs. Zelig Galan-
sky.
I t *
Stephen Nusbaum
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI. will
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah ol
Stephen, son of David Nusbaum,,
on Saturday morning, Apr. 11. at
the Temple.
Stephen attends seventh grade
at Nautilus Junior High, is vice
president of his class and on the
Scholarship Honor Roll. He is in-
terested in science and mathe-
matics.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Nus-
baum, grandparents of Stephen,
will attend the ceremony.
The celebrant will be honored
at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall fol-
lowing the service.
Arnold Lewinsohn
Beth Moshe Congregation will
be the site oi the Bar Mitzvah of
Arnold Lewinsohn on Saturday,
Apr. 11, with Rabbi Simon April
oificiating.
Arnold is a Student ol the con
gregation's lb-brew School and at-
tends North Miami Junior lliuh
Mr. anS Mrs, Herbert Lewin-
sohn will honor their son at the
Oncg Shabbat on Friday night, at
the Kiddush following the Satur-
daj services and at the Algiers
Hotel m the evening
Cafhryn Amy Stein
Cathryn Amy. daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. Stanley Stein. 200(1 NE
198th Ter.. will celebrate her Bas
Mitzvah on Friday evening. Apr.
10. at Beth Torah Congregation.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will of
liciate.
Graduating from fifth grade He-
brew School in June, the celebrant
is an eighth grade student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High and is a
member of the Falcon Staff.
Cathryn's parents will honor her
at the Oneg Shabbat following ser-
\ ices and at a reception and din-
ner on Saturday night at the Tem-
ple. Mrs. Stein is president of
the Temple's Mollie Kahaner Sis-
terhood, and Mr. Stein is a mem-
ber of the Beth Torah Board of.
Directors.
Robert Eanett
On Saturday morning. Apr. 11,
Rabbi Mordecai Podet will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Rob-
ert Bushell. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Eanett. 6805 Talavara.
An honor student at Ponce de
Leon Junior High, Robert serves
as class president and is active
on the Student Council Board. His
hobbies are coin-collecting and
lishing.
The celebrant will be honored
ai the Oneg shabbat on Friday
evening, at the Kiddush following
the ceremony and on Saturday
night at the Honey Plaza in the
same room where his parents were
married.
Robert Cooper
Robert Franklin, son of Mr and
Mrs, [rwin Cooper, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
Apr. 11. at Temple Or Olom. Rab-
ba Samuel April will officiate
A seventh oracle student at
Rockaway Junior High. Robert is
in the honor math class and is
interested in sports.
Following services, Mr. and
Mrs. Cooper will honor their son
with a Kiddush. and a reception
will be held in the evening at
their home.
AEPhi's Sponsor
Book Review
Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae
Association ol Greater Miami will
- pon or it \'h annual book re
mow at the Otto G Richter Lib
rary. University oi Miami on Sat
u daj at i 30 i in
Mrs Granl Stockdale wife ol
the late i S. Ambassador to lie
land, wiil review her own book,
lo Ireland With Lose
Proceeds from the event will go
inward AEPhi's alumnae project
ok scholarships at the Inner
sity ol Miami. The general pub
Is invited Tickels are avail
able form Mrs. Morris Futcrniek.
r
Treat
yourself
to
richness !
Paid oy Kei y for Co
Club to Hear
Rabbi Kronish
Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Tern
I pie Beth Sholom. will be honored
; i.uest speaker at Opti Mrs Club
of Miami Beach luncheon meeting
i on Apr. 14 at the Barcelona
Hotel.
Rabbi Kronish will review the1
, book, "Shoes of the Fisherman.''
I by Morris L. West. Mrs Samuel
Hirsch is program chairman,
Rusines. agenda includes pres-
entation of the slate ol officers
lor the year 1964 65
Mr- Murraj Sonnet! will pre-
side.

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+Je*rtsi> tkrHtun
Friday. April 10. 1964
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Services Held ^s^ft ^W '
David l- Rosenbouse, ol 150J ''H-",;,,i ,,.. .-.,. ,., i...... sw
Wi 111. St., died Apr. G. lIoca.no {y ;. .,.
r, ;,, yMra .go from Sfton, sugarman. >-;;; -"\'' s.......,
, and u..s .. niombor ol the ,/,.-,,.,., m.;*. i:iaon
w firm oi RosenhMH and Ro- stahlbero.^1;..; ',.;.,.,
hOUSO. ROTHSTEIN, Mollle *. ',;',., J;.V."
tended the Universities of TU
LEGAL NOTICE
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FRIEDMAN. \
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF
APPLICATION FOR TAX DFED
Chapter 30722 Act* of 141
File No. AA-21366
N, iTU'K IS HERE1JV UIVI !> I
Nathaniel W Slegel, holder .,i cits
,,( Hlnleah, Ploi Ida Tux KVile ivn
it. and in City of llliilenh, l
!N 'jWuKt'HNKIPKH
1 "'i- t> ropn TORS Special Vi mi pi I-......
NOTICE 10 CRBD.TORb ,,.....,.,, g ,,. MS. 811. I
To AHC.-dli m" hiI- \u .ii.-t Said and 813 leanedI the 28th da: i.l :,,
l,H ii. mi- "i lenianiu> rtn ^ ^ ril., hn|| ,,,,.,, _,.,,,,,. ,
In W^i.-liniulMll.
Be, Florida and Miami.
He was a member of Kappa
Mu Fraternity and of the Flor-
da Bar Association. He was a
ounder of YMHA and a mom-
er of Temple B'nai Sholom.
view
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L'X". N,Ke"vieV" In' Brooklyn. BW-
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ROTHSCHILD, Mauri'
Surviving are his wife, Lottie;
fc^Wr.i?'K ^Les,.,,. ,;.......* -.......Rabbi Swirsky
"?fe& S3 ^^SUSS Launches Series
51:on."m l:u,;r.:. i-m starting this w*. "S*S
law! IW. '*> *!' -' 'Wh I renter -VcUilt Institute, headed b>
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,;a i.yons and Miss Sarah ROS-
Services were held Apr 8 In
jrdon Funeral Home, with I
cbo Cemetery
ELWITT
notice by publication
IN THE circuit court of the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
county in chancery.
No. 61C 4456
1'HKI.M \ NATHAN .-ALL.
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of
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a series oi lectures in the Social
Hall at 8:15 p.m.. taking me
TT pi. of the late Friday services
scheduled to resume in the t
Lincoln
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LEGAL NOTICE
ANGEL
.N THF COUNTY JUDGES COURT
'N,NHXnCD FOR DADE COUNTv.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 62785-A
,S "viAtKHT A. ELMENDORF
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To mi ,-, .li.o,.- and All I'eraom. Ha*;
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LEGAL NOTICE ^.VW^^'W;
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,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. ^ ,.....,,,.,.-.(
FLORIDA IN PROBATE Amended .'.....plallil
NO. 62658 C "l.|.'1'i'js ,.,,. .,;, ,... ,.,,1.1.-1.. I n
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.nsel n .l.o.ulu.i. Mr. l-nli
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nulre.1 t i.i-.-i.i an) claim* ",.i
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| ,he 10th day ol April. IMt.
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NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOTICE IS HKItaUlY IVK.>
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I,,,!, ,-,. n-t. Itl.il.nh. Intend* I
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,N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
'N,N AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLOR'DA IN PROBATE
No. 62564 A
1N 'mXncklschwautzman
'''NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO All Cl
Inn Claim
h>lati
You .. her< -l ni'l re-
I q ... i even! any claim* and
ileniunda which you ma> hri.e uaalnnl
.. iP.EUT \ MAK TRI'S-
si:i.l. il. ceaiwd late ..I I 'id. I
i,. ih. Count) J i.ic. I oi.-
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LEGAL NOTICE
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAHb
COUNTY IN CANCERY
No. 61C i6J
l-AI MA I-.IZA-.
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Pefendanl. ._
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT l" ','-,'',,)',',',. i IlknoWII
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. C.ElHUiE lll'ZAS, tin hereh) ,,'",,',,' ,,,,V ,,, \,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE .....,.,,,,
No. 62337 ,,,V( | ,een filed again*! you v, x,.,... .
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SII>XB\ ii EI-BI '" Pleading to Ihe ^
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,,,,,, ,,,.,,, ,MAS
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N< 'TICK |H IIKttEIIV I'.IVEN that
ht amc ol
I*R| 'KI-JSSIO.N M, UK VL-'ltUI
I lli.il. i i .
i r. m-i.-i -i.i name with the
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MORTON AN. Hi i.l,
Miami li.-.o ii.
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,N THE COUNTY JUDGES CO0RT
IN AND FOR DAD! COUNl
FLORIDA. IN F'ROiiATb
NO 62373 A
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VI. Hi.n: i.i.-ni:i:
"'NOTICE TO CREDITOR .
To All Creditoi iid v
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manda v.ln.-h you
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ioy. April 10. 1964
+Jc**isti ncridKan
Page 15-E
LEGAL NOTICE
In the county judges court
in and for oade county,
florida in probate
No. 63718
(IK: ''' '' of
S IMPEL i: STARLIGHT,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r,, All Ci.-.l low .mil All Persons II av-
alm* or Demands Agalnsl Said
li
y .i ..-, hereby notified and re-
L,. .,i to present am claims and ,i--
I indN hleh you m ha hi b Inni
..,,, ..i SAM I F.I. B. STAR-
I ,i<;I1T aaed I.iii- "I' Dade County,
In, in Hi. Count) .Indite* of I 'ade
. and file i he Kami In duplicate
it..> I l. il in Section .:.:;.H..
, Statutes, in ilu'ir offices hi
Count) Courthouse i" Dade Coun-
iv, Florida, within six calendar
from Ihe lime if the first
iiii.n hereof, ..i the name will
I.,. i..n n d
Hated u Miami, Florida, this 30th
March, \ 11 I'". I
, i IR1NXK H sr\ RLIOHT
a- i:\.i utiix
First publication nf this notice on
i day ii V''ii'. 19*4.
Ki i.MMBL ^ It"1 IKRH
ney for Executrix
Lincoln Road
\i mi lleach, l loi Ida 33139
4 3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
nricK IS HKRKIIY GIVEN Ihnl
undersigned, desiring to engage in
nest under the fictitious name of
ITED RALES CO. at "886 N.E. 2nd
Miami Intend* to register
l name with Ihe Clerk of the Clr-
, Court "f I :it.- County, I-lorlda
III iNNIE JACK, INC.
:l Fla Corp.
11, rman 'apla n, I 'resident
ii \i:n a- NELSi >\"
rneys for Vppllcint
Lincoln Road
i : 10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. Uli-K IS HEREBY GIVEN Ihnl
nil.' .-ii. i. deali Ina i.' engage in
business under the flctltiotm mi
T TAKE-Ol'T SERVICE al 1818
N.W i-'ii Avenue Intendi to regltci
nut- wii it in- Clerk hi Mi.- *' i
Court of Dade County. Florida.
w ii.i IK B. Til.I i:i:
a\,;i:i.< \ mi
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Vln : > llldg.
i |.10-17-21
I
NOTICE OF
APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Act! of 1941
File No. AA 21365
XiiTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN Ihnl
\ ithanlel w. Sli gi I. holder f "t>
> rth Miami Men Certlfli ate*
ii ,ii ::::. :;:'. 8."., IPS, 107. 198 and
". i-mii il the 2th da] "f Ma). \.D.
i'.i._'. nan n1-.! same in my office,
mil Ikim made application for tax
I. .1 tu be Issued Hum.....i S;i itl cert If I-
ales emhrnce I hi following described
>r.....Tty, in Ihei'ounl) of Dude, st.it.
.; I- lorlda, to-wll:
i...i I. Block 13, Rlscayne Highlands,
Plal Book Mi. Page 26, Rectlons ih
hi.I 20, Township i- Smith. Range
I- Fast, in tin- lily of North Miami.
County of bade, State of Florida, as
i-mbraced In Certificate No. 33. The
isscssment of said property tinier
ih.- said certificate Issued was In thi-
ti.in,., uf Frank E. Howard,
i. t '.. Blot k ::. Brian Manors, Plat '
Hook 17. lam- 38, Section in. Town-
hip r.2 South, Range 12 Bast, in '.
th. city uf North Miami, County << \
i'. .ii-. stati- of Florida, as embraced
ni Certificate No. 39. The. assess-
ment of said property under the said |
rtifi.-i.tr Issued was in the name
-i James L. Retherford.
i...t 7. Block '.. Orlfflng B'i -.<
i'irk Ests, rial Book x. Page 123,
Section Ml, Township 52 South,
Range 12 Bast, in Ho- city of North
Miami, County of I >ail>-. state uf
Florida, a- embraced in Certificate
n.i. vv Tin. assessment of said
petty under the said certificate
i-u.-d was in til.- name f M irlel
.1 Fluhr.
I n. Block 7. Rucks Park, I'lat
Honk 41, Page :'7. Section 19, Town-
ship '-2 South, Range 12 Bast, in
ii'. cuy uf North Miami. County ol
i'..-ii-. Slat.- ,,f r.i.i'i la, as embraced
in Certificate No. 19*. The a----
|.....it of sai.i property under the said
eerilflcate issued "a-- in the name
'M.la .1.ii'.l.i n.
I its to t., 15 In.-I.. Block 7. Rucks
1 'i' l>, I'lal I look 11. Page '.iT. Si i-
lion 19, Township 52 South, Ibni.
Bast, in in.- city of North Ml-
'ounty ..f l lade, State of Flor-
ida, .is mlir.iced in Cerl Ifli ate So
': Tlii' a.....-sin.nl uf said prop-
ty under the sal.I certlfli at,- was
in the name of Hilda Jordan.
i"t is. Block 7. Ruck* Park, Plal
Hook 41. Page : 7. Section 19, Town-
id ii. E2 South, Range il' Bast, in tin
J'lty of North Miami, County of
Dade, State ..I Florida, as embraced
in Certificate No, 198, The assess-
ment of said property under tin- said
'i'h.it. Issued was in th.- name
"I Hilda .li.r.l in.
1 100" of \V I ion' Trad A a 4-Y
i' lying N ..f A adjacent thereto
Sans Soucl Estates, i'lat H.M.k SO,
Page 86, Rectlons IS ami 29 and 32
and 33, Township .".:' South, Rang.-
I- Bast, in the City of North Miami.
' .....Ity nf Imd.-. State of Florida, as
einbraoed in Cortiflcate No. 2u:i. The
assessment of said property under
'" said certificate Issued was in the
name of B. D. Taylor.
"' I tifi. at. shall be re-
neemed according to law, the prop-
' di.-. hIm-.i |m rain will b agM i"
I1 nigbesi bidder at th.- c >url House
i";'";,"11 'I"- first Mondai m tin- month
I May. a n. l'l.n, which is th,- 4tli
") uf Ha] A I >. 1964,
I Ij'il.d this 1st day of April, A.D.
B. B. i.i:.\tiii:km.\n. Oerk
"ult Curt. Lad,. County, Florida
NOTiCE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21372
notice is hereby nrVBN thai
N.nli ni.-I VV. Sleg< I. In,Id. 1- ..1 C.....v
Tax Sale Certificate numliered I'll i--
su.cl th.- 1st Jay of .1 .iii.-. All. p.161
lias filed ..mi,- in ni) ,,iu, ,., ,,i,d !,,,<
application for tax deed t..
I" Issued thereon. .-aid certlflcati
embraci the follow ing rieserilieil
pi "i" i i In l lie i ountj of I 'ad. Stati
nf Floi ula. i,.-w
\\" 1-7 Ft ..f N 1 :: nf NWy nf S\V,
I -- \\ :" I'' .\ Ml That part ,,f
\V :i s ,,i x\v:, L.ss \V ::', I i |yg
S\V1\ nf a lill. 203 Ft SW Of .\ Can
i" I. "f Snake i 'v. k Canal I .ess
Keg >: K I. of NE .' Ave ISO Fi SW
Of A al II A :.. S \V I. nf Canal KBI}
l.">0 FI SW ..; \ At II A t.. S W I.
ol '"an I J51 It I.. POB S\VI> at
i: A I., s w i. of i 'anal I3"i i-1 Th
SEIj in a in Th .s nig W I. of B'i
of NW'i of SW'i ..f N\\', Th B
uig >; i. f x of sw', .,( nw\
for M" I-1 M I, Th N L'ln Ft M |.
t.. a ft Th NWIj H> a line ISO :-'i
HWIj of \- Can t.. SW R W I. ..i
Canal t.. I'liC. ,y 1.,-s SW', nf SW\
of NW'i A- !..-s i: Inn ti ,,f s '.....
Fi m i. .a w a i ,,f sw, ..f nwi,
a.- i..v w ni, r, ,,,- ski, ..f sw\
..f NW\ Section .:. Township ".:'
South, Lars. 12 Bnsl containing
Iii...:. Acres m : "t 1. ss
I., -s ih ..n i: I. ..i NE 2nd \,.
r... KVV nf .V at I! a t.. sw |j
!: U I. of Snake i'r .'anal Th SEiv
351.3 ft t.. I'. >l! c.n't SBly ,.f X ..'f
W I. ..f B'i of SU ', ..f NWI 4 N
::-' sc X\V|j 8U4.81 n SWK 2a ft to
c. -c.
i ess w 30' i-: 130' s (ton ft more or
I. -s \\'_. ,., (.; ,,, su-,, ,,,- NW.
I.. -s S 33 ft
I .ess l'i nf W nf SW'i lyg SWI>
nf Snake Creek I'anal des Reg ..ii
B I. of Ni: 2 \. ,v S I. ,,f NW',
of NW', N 112:. it SBly il a |.t
--. sw of ,y At ;: \ t., sw 1: w 1.
f Canal ,v I 13 11 W ..I E I. of W -
of NW, .f SW, 1 NW'., Th S
t.. S I. of NW', ,. SW', ,.f NW',
Th W tu K I. ,,, Ni; j Xv, Tn N
to I'. Ill
1..--- N :::, u nf w is; ft ,.i nw1,
..f NW ', ,. sw '. less W :::, 1. ,v s ::.",
ft of W Mi 11 ,,f 1: ;,,, ft ,,i s "-in ft
More or less ,.t w ..1 b uf sw 1,
lass S in.-. It nf N I in fl of I-: |3J
fl nf W 1S7 fl ..! NW ..I NW ', of
sw ,
1.. -- Beg .11 E I. NF 2nd Ave 112 .".
II N nf S 1. nf SW', nf NW\ ,,,
NW', \ alg 1: 1. NE 2nd Ave t-
pt 1311 II SW ,.f ,v \t 1: x ,,, SW
I! W I. Canal SBly 331.5 ft BWlj .-.-
..r i: A tu .anal 133 it NW'lv t..
I Ml C and i: I I.", ft \\i.. ..f NW',
..1 SW ', ,.i NW ',
and Less Beg at pi ..a F. I. NE 2
Ave .v sw l: VV 1. sunk.- Creek
1 anal SEI> -i'^ -d It W I. tn X with
\v 1. ..I b ni i-:'- nl' SW', Of
SW'i S to pi I"" it SWIy "f A
Parr to s.l 1: w 1. NWly Alg Sd
lim- to E I. NE 2nd Ave N tu I'nl:
in the County nf Pnde, state nf
Florida, .1- 1 mbi aced in 'erl i' i ate
Nu. lull. The ass, s-m.-ii; > properO under the said ei-rtiflcate
Issued was In tin name uf Seven-
in. Corp.
i'nl.'.-.-- said certificates shall be re-
deemed according tu law. ihe |ir-
. in described herein will be sold tn
[he highest bidder a I the Court House
door uii tin in 1 M..11.lay in the month
uf Maj. \ 11. I'".1, which is th,- 4th
da; uf May. VI'. 1984.
1 .ni. .1 this 31st day nf March, A.D.
1964.
E, 1: I.EATHERMAX, Clerk
of Circuit 1 mil', ii.nl. Cnunty. Florida
1 -ill II) : It M. L-BBPER,
Deput) ci.-ik
I 3-10-17-24
NOT Cf OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21321
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint
Nathaniel w. Rlegel, holder uf city
f North Miami Beach Tax Certifi-
cates numbered l" and I' Issued the
6th day ..1 August, A.D. 1942, has filed
same in my office, and has made ap-
plication fur a tax deed to I..- issued
ihereon, s.ii.i i-ertlflcates embrace
ih. following described property, in
Hi,. Count) "f Dade, state of Florida,
to-wlt:
l...t < Block 19 Highland Manor
s. ,- i'. plat Book 'in Page 23 Sec-
tion 7. Township 32 South, Range
12 Bast, In the City of North Miami
lleach, County of Dade, State ol
Florida, as embraced In Certificate
No. l" The ism ssmenl of said prop-
erty under said certificate issued
\,.i~ 111 ih. nume of Jake Mi Motta
A W V'lkkl,
l.nt la, Block l".::, Fulford By The
Sea Sec N. I'lal Book In. Pagi
;'s. Section v Township 32 Smith.
Range 12 Bast, In th.- .'Mi of North
Miami Beach, County nf Hade, State
of Florida, b embraced in Certlfl-
rate No. 14. The assessment of said
.....pert) under said tvniflcate is-
~m-.l was in th.' n..in.' .,1 Albert w
Backus
I'lll.-ss -aid certificates -hall 1... ..--
deemed according in law. th.- piop-
erly described herein will I..- sold t"
the highest bidder al Ihe Court Huns.
door mi ih.- fi:-: Monday in the month
nf May. A I '. roil, which !s t h. 11 li
day nf May, A.D. 1964.
Dated this 1-1 da) uf April, A.D.
1:11.1
E. r. I.EATHERMAX, Clerk
.a en, 11 t Court, Dade County, Florida
.....li It) 1: M LBEPBR,
Deput) Clerk
I :-l" 21
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
eal)
B\ R M tVBBPBR.
Deputy Clerk
.4,3-10-17-21
NOTiCE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21324
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel W. Slegel, holder m c.unty
T..\ Sal.- Certificates numbered 188,
v:7. B94. 112:'. 11 :*. 1140, 12x7. 27".x\
:i7x.'.. 4I4'|, 457S, 7283, 7x2.".. IMS, 7xix,
7:;, and 7:n.x, Issued the 1st da) .-f
.Inn.- A.D. Il*ii2. has filed same in my
office, ami has made application for
a tnx d.-.-d to be Issued thereon. Bald
certificates embrace the f<>ll<>uinc
described property, in th.- County of
Dad*, State >.f Florida, to-wlt:
l...t 2'.. Block f, Golden Reach Bee
1.. Plal Book l". Pago l". In the
County of I iad.-. Stat. ,.f Florida.
as embraced in Certificate No. 4f.:t.
Th.- a-s. ssmenl ..f said property un-
d.l III.- -.aid certificate is-m. ,| was
in tin- name of Her-Mar Realty
Corp.
l.nt ".. Block :'-. Verssthtn 1. x-.:.---.
111.nl Sub-Rel Plot Book 4."., Pagi
>7. in tin- Cnuity uf I iad.-. Stal.- uf
rlnrldu, as embraced in Certificate
N... x::7 The assessment nf said
oroperty under tin- said certificate
i--iit .1 H'as in ti. name ol c,,-uru-
E. St. \ .iis ,x- ^^ \'ll".: 111.1
S L'L'n ft ,.f X'. nf Tr 25 less W 3.1
ft ,x I. -- N 130 fl ut W 130 ft \- S
22" it ..f N'j of i'r 26, Miami Gar-
dens, i'lat Book :. Page 16, Section
in. Township -' > iutb, Ranee 41
Bast, containing 2-56 acres more or
I.--, in th.- Count) of Dade, stat.'
nf Fl..' id... .1- mbraci d in Certifi-
cate N... 894. 'I''..- ,.-s. .-sin. nt a' said
proper!) under the said certificate
-- u. I w a- in I In- 11.. in. uf .l.n- <:.
Mans A w Mai l.n
Tra.i A less SW'I- 700 ft Bloi It 157,
Magnolia Gardens Consolidated II.--
-iii... Plal Book i''. Page 71, con-
taining I.SI acres, mor..... less. In
ih.- County ..I Dade, State uf Flor-
ida, .,- embraced In c.vtnii-st. No.
I1S9. Th.- assessment nf -aid prop-
erty under tin- sm sued was in Ih.- '..nil' of F.i-tvn-w
I '< \ eloping *'... In.'.
All Trad A less swiv <77.7 ft more
..1 l.-ss s measured alg NWI) 1.
Block 331, Magnolia Gardens Con-
solidated It. siii, I'lat Book 19, Page
71, containing .85 acres, more in the County of Dade, State nf
Florida, as embraced In Certificate
Nn. 1130. Tin- a--.--m.llt uf said
propert) under Ihe -aid certificate
issued was in ih.- name ol Eastvlew
11. \eloping Co. in.-.
L.,t |x. Block 2. Bardol Sub., Plal
Book -. Page 7r.. in the Count) ol
Dade, Staii- of Florida, a- embraced
in 1 V| till, ati- No. 1 I to. The I
m. nt nf -aid property under tii- said
certificate Issued was In tin- name
ut Clyde I. Ilalnkl.y w Lti, ill, M
lots 1'.. II! A 17. Rtaek 1". Snrnlngn
Heights Addn 2. Pint Bonk 12. Page
II, in th.- County of Dade, State <
Florid,, .as embraced in Certificate
Nu 1287. The assessment of said
propert) under thi -aid certificate
issued was in the name of V'ernon
<;. Mlnton.
Ixit 27. Block 5, North Liberty City
A1111I, I'lat I.....k 41. Page 31, ill th.- is.all
'I'll.- nsaessmenl *( -aid propert) un-
der ih- -aid certificate Issued was
in th. ii.iiii. of '"has. Adderley.
Lota 1".. 16 \- 17. Block ?. Taylors
Suh, I'lat Book 21. Page 63, in tin
County of l>a,l,-, State uf Florida,
.1- embraced In Certificate No. its.;
Th,- assessment f said property un-
der tin- said < rtlflcate iss.....1 was
In th,- naiii,' of Susan A. Curry.
i...t 2",. i.e Jeune Terminal! 8th
A.1.In. Flat Book 60, Page 41. in the
Cnunty of Dad.-. Stat.' of Florida, as
embraced in certificate No. 41 in.
Th.- assessment nf said property un-
der the -aid certificate Issued wa-
in th.- name uf Milt.,11 Herlong & w
Ruby el al.
Lot 32, Block 1. Tatum Waterway
Sub., Flat Book 16, Page 2. in the
C.unty ..f Dade. Slat.- uf Florida.
as embraced in Certificate No 4573
The nss.'S-in.ni uf .-aid property un-
der iin -aid certificate Issued was in
the name of 1 irake Const. Co.
Lot :,. I... I; I. Know I, s Sub., I'lat
Book IT. F.i--. :.'.. in th,- County of
Dad. s. 11. nf Florida, a- mbrai ed
in Certificate No. Ti'x::. The .1-.---
men 1 of said property under the -aid
certificate Issued was in the name
..I* Huntlngton A. Clarke .x- w Annie
F-l.
l.nt- M .< i-'. Block 1. Ewlngs Vddn,
Pint Book ::. Page 136, in 1 ie Coun-
ty .a' Bade, stat. uf i-l.ii id.,, as em-
braced in Certificate Nu. 7825. The
assessment nf said property under
the s.ii.i .....In. atl issued was in
tin- n.. 111. .1 Phlchol B, Williams Tr.
I...1 M. Block x. Breads S< nd Addn
in Homestead, Plal Book ''. Page
isj in th.- County uf Dade, stat.- of
Florida a- embraced In Certificate
.v.. 7843. Tin assessment of said
property under the said certificate
issued was in ih,- nani,' ,,f Gertrude
Ma. ke) a- \dili Bst.
l.nt it. Blot-It 1. Breads Addition
No :,. I'lat Hook 29, Pagi Tr.. in the
County uf D.ide. stat,- ,.r Plorida,
as embraced in Certificate No. 7six.
Th, >--. -mi. in ut said property un-
,l,r th.- -aid certificate issued was In
th. name of Fust Fla Finance inc.
Luis 1 ,\ .'. Fl,,. 1, II. Washington
Faik. Fiat Book ''. Page It, in the
County nf 1'ni.'. Stati ut Florida,
as embraced in Certificate No. 7:.">".
Th,- .,--.-sni.-nt nf sni.1 property un-
der th.' said certlflcati Issued was
in th. name nf Mary Thomas.
Ix.t 11, Block 11. Washington Park,
ciai Book 'I. Page 18, in th.- County
,,f Dade, State of Florida, a- em-
braced in Certificate No, ::'"x The
in.ut uf said property under
th,- .-aid certificate Issued was in the
nani' of Mai\ Thomas Brown.
I'nl.-- -aid certificates shall he f.'-
deemed Recording t.. law, the prop-
erty described herein will be snl.i to
Ih.. hlh.-t Mdder at th,- Court linns.
door on tin- i'ii-i Monda) in ih.- month
I May, \ D. 1964, which is tin- 4th
da) ol Ma). \ l> 1964
Dated this l-t day of April, A.D
i'n,1
E. B i.i:\THi:i:\i\N. clerk
if Circuit Court, Dade County, Fl.ui.la
1 'ounty of I 'ad.
Stati
.f Florida, a-
cinhrai-ed in C-ruiiyalx
B) 1: \l l.l-:i:i'l K.
Deput) Clark
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21328
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel w Slegel, holder of Clt)
,.f Hialeah, Florida Tax Sal.- Certifl-
eante and or city of Hialeah, Florida
So.-i-iai Assessment Li.-n Certificates
numbered i". '.:x. 650, 7o2 ami Tim
is-in,1 th,- 22nd day uf May, a D. Foil
ha- filed garni in my office, and has
made application frr a tax deed to be
Issued thereon. Saul certificate!
brace the following described prop-
erty, in th.- Count) of Dade, St.u. ,.i
Finn.la, t.i-wil :
I,..is :t tn .-, Incl Block 67 !- s l.ul-
: and 1 Block 67, 11 ..I. ah 1-1 Addi-
tion., I'lai Book 5, Page 122, Section
I-. Township ":', South, Range II
Bast In th.- clt) of Hialeah, Coun-
ty of Dade, State of Florida, at
embraced In Th > Kale < "et tifi, at,
No. l". The assessment of said
property und-r the said certificate
issued wa.- in the name ol Clara -'
Shaffer.
Tr < L.ss w ::T.v ,x- Less 1: ::t.".'
1 \k 1 x ,x- :.) Block 190 Hialeah 12th
Addn Rev. Blk 190, I'lat Book :'-l
1 a-.- 12. Section T. Township .":;
South, Kan;,. II Bast in 111.- Clt)
uf Hialeah, County of Mad,*. State
..f Florida, 1- embraced in Special
Assessment Lien Certificate No. ; 1 s
Th.- assessment of said propert) un-
der the said certificate Issued was
in tin- nan.....I Ralph '. 1 'ombs.
Lots 11 & 13 Block 103-B Hialeah
13th Addition., I'lat Book :i Page
26, Section -. Township ":: South.
Italic.- 41 Fast in th.- City nf lli.i-
leah, County m' Dade, State .-: Flor-
ida, as embraced in Special Assess-
ment Li. 11 Cettiflcate Nu. 650. The
assessment -f said property under
the said certificate Issued was in
tin- mini.' uf w in. smith .x Barbara.
i-: ,'..i' Tr ;:; pa 116 k- E 20' of 17 >
Block :::-1 Hialeah 16th Addition
Rev., i'lat Book ::i Pag. 32, Si
I inn '.. Tom nshlp ":'. South, 1:
II Basl in tin- city of Hialeah,
, 'mint) uf Dade, State of Floi da. as
embraced in Special Assessment
Lien nii'i. .11- No. 702. The
m. 111 uf -aid |'-..| ity mnl. ih. -. id
certificate i-sued was in the nan
,,f Herman Ix'lune Jr. .v.- Franc. -
l.ut 37 1."inl..11 Tei race 1st Addltloi
Flat Book -'.-".. Page ::" Section
Toa 11-I' p 53 81 mil. Liny.- il Ee
in the Clt) of Hialeah, County
Bade, State of Florida, as 1 mbrar
in S11..1.1I \.-s.-ssin.-l)t Li. 11 1". : 1
cate \" 79 '. TI.....ss.-ssm.-nt
said |,in|.,-it> under the said certli
cati issued was in the nami of Joi
Margagllo ,x- Margaret R.
I'nleas said pertlflcate* shall bi 1
.........1 according t" law, the pro
erty .1. iii-.-a herein will i- sold 1
the iii'-h'-i bidder at the Court Hon
door .-ii the firm Monda) In Ihe mom
nf M ... A.D. 1964, which is 11 1
da) of May. \.D 1964
Dated this 1st day of April, A
1961
E. II. I.EATHERMAX, Clerk
of I "In 11.1 '.''iii. 11 id.- C.....it) Floi I.
(seal) B) R, M LFFl'Fl:.
I i,-|iiity 1 'let k
________________I S-ll
"NOTiCE OF APPLICATION
FOB TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 -Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21314
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN n
Nathaniel W. Slegel holder of Clt)
Coral ilables Sidewalk Lien Certli
cate Nu 9" issued th.- 25th day
May, A I'. 1962, has filed same In 11
office, and has mad.- application I
b lax deed lo he Issued Ihereon, Sh
Certificate embraces the followlr.i
described property In the County
I hide, State of Florida, tn-wit:
Lois 1 1 ,x- IS, Block !" Coral Gahl
Crafts Section I'lat Look 1" Pa.
in, in the City ..r Coral Gabb
1 tount) of I lade, State of 1 lorlda
The assessmenl of 1 Id propi
tinder the said certificate wne in t
name ..1 1 'nknown,
1'iii.s- .-aid certificate shall be 1
deemed according t*. law, the pro
ert) described herein will be sold
the highest bidder at the Court Hou
-1......11 ih.' first Monday In the mon
of Ma). 1964, which is the ttli day
Mas. 1964
I i.e. .1 this ls< day "f April, l'">4
B. II. I.EATHERMAX, Clerk
ni Clreu Court, Dade County, Florl>
is.al. II) : 1: M. I.FFl'FK,
1 >eput) Clerk
1 3-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21325
NOTICE is HERERY GIVEN that
Nathaniel w Slegel, holder of Count)
Tax Sal. Cei ii.ai.s numbered 120,
121, 626, 1722, -"'il. 260S, 2721, 3203,
1234, 3631, 38 14, 39! 9, 3970, 1026,
1062, 1166, 1336, 5720, 6304, 6323, and
;.. .1' lssu< .1 ih. 1st da) ol .Inn. A 1 '
1961. has uii d same In my "tin and
has made applieut on fot .. lax deed
i" be issui .I th.....11, Said ei
embrace tin following, described prop-
. rt) In the ,' int) ol I lade, State of
Florida, to-wl :
l.nt 25. Block I, Ooldi n II. .11 h s.
B, Plal Hook 8, Pagi I-'-', iii nn
Count) of I'a'.. stat.- of Florida,
as embraced In Certlflcati No. 120.
Th,- assessment of said propert) un-
der the said certificate Issued was In
t he Mann- of Helen A Inc.
l.,.t 26 less N'.., Block I, Golden
Beach Sec. E, Plal Book S, Can.
122, in the County of Dad, State
of Florida, as embraced in Certifi-
cate No, 121, Th. a--, -sm. lit of said
property mnl. 1 the said certificate
Issued was In Ihe name uf Helen a
Inc.
Lots 1 fc 2, Block II, Magnolia Bub.,
Flat Book 1". Page 80, in the Count)
of had.-. Stuie of Florida, as em-
braced In Certificate No. 624. Th.-
assessmenl of said propert) under
the said certificate issued was in
the nani.- m James C. Thomas.
Lot 12, Block 11, I'imw.....1 Park,
Flat Book 8, I'a-. 12. ill 111.' Collllt)
1 f Dade, State of Florida, as 1 m-
braced in Certificate No. 1722. l'ln
aasessmem nl -.ml property under
th.- said c rtlflcate issm.l was in
tin- Inline .1 Katie II. lull ..l,-..ii
1: 11,1 it TR 2-a. Re) l'ln uf Vic-
toria Heights, Flat I'.." k :::. Fan.-
Tx. in the Count) uf I iad. Si.11. of
Florida, as embraced in Certificate
No. 2064. The ass.-sin.nl of -aid
properly under the said certificate
isaued was in 1 in nan 1 m !- onora
Olllard, Trust".' et al.
l...t 2. 1:1.i.k -:'. Libert) City, Plal
Bo ;. Fa-. ;'. in th.- Count) of
Dade, st.u. ..f Florida, a- embi......I
ill '. llifi. al. Nu I'.,, x I'll, .1-., ---
in. nt of said propert) under tin said
, .'i-tifii-.it. Issued was in the name
ol ESIlsha .x- u Henri, tta N, Ta) lor.
Lot 19, Block -', Syrola Pines, Plal
Look 24, Page is, in the Count) of
Dade, State of Florida, -is embraced
in Certificate No. 2721. The assess-
ment of said property under Ihe said
certificate issued was in the name
ol yum. Ma< Edwards .x 11. T. Ed-
wards.
l.nt Fl, Ail. laid. Park, Flat Fook 2T, ,
cat, 4.x. in the Count) "i Had.-.
Slatu of Florida, as .llllii a, ed in
1', nil 1. ati No 1205. The a-
iii.-nt ..f .-aid property undei the said
certlflcati Issued was In the name
..I Mildred a. Naomi Brown.
I..,1- 1 in in Inc., lili-ek 2. l.ss Lots
1 t.. T in,-.. Block 2. Morgan Hill.
Flat Look 2i. Page 1. iii the County
..f Had.', stat.- of i-iuri.ia. a- em-
braced in Certificate No, :;.':::',. The
assessment of said propert) under
tin- said certificate Issued was in the
name of Pelican Land Co., Inc.
Lots 11 to ix inc., Block 2. Morgan
mil. I'lat Book 21. Pag-e 1, in the
Count) of Dade, State of Florida, as
lulu need in 1 nil 1, ..i. No '.'.' '.1
Th.- assessment ol -aid property un-
dei 1 li.- -aid Issued w as
in ih.- nani. .,1 Pelican Land Co.,
cm 1. Block '. l'.a> Hard) Sub-Plat,
I'lai Book 6, i 'age 65, In 1 hi 'ount)
if I >a.l.-. Sl il. ... Florl la. a- 111-
Itraced in 1 \ The
- in. nt of s.i nl prop rt) ilfl.l.'
ih.- -aid certificate Issued was '
the name d Salyadm AKiiilar,
LEGAL NOTICE
s .;" 'i l.nt .. Bale Sul... Flat Hi'
83, I' -. T'i. in th.- Count) Dad
State of Fl.....la, as embraced
Certificate No. 3834. Tin- a-s.--
in. in nf -.ml propert) undi the an
certificate issued was in the nai
nf Joseph M. Galeano.
l.nt 1. f.i,.. k ;. Highland f.i.. P
Book 2. I'..-.' 13, in the C ,unt)
Dade, state of Florida, a- embrac.
in C. tiflcati N" 3989 Tin- asse-
nt, ut >.f .-aid property under the an
certificate issued was in ine nai
uf Tin F. ,u 1. .V Whit. Ri alt) CO
Lots ii. T a x. Flunk I-I. Aline Bgli
n in Fl Al Suh Flat Funk B, I'n- '
-T. and F'at 1.....k ii. Page 13, In tl
Count) "\ Dade, State uf Florida,
embraced In Certificate Nn. :tfT
I'll.- a--, .-nn nl of said property u
.1. r th.- s.ii.i certificate Issued
in tin- name of Martin Si.lmw ln<
Lot 8, Block :. Dale Miller Trai
Flat Foul, 2, Page Tu. Ill tin CoiNi
..f Dade, stat.- of Florida, as en
braced in Certificate No. 1024). Tl
assessment of said property mnl
the -aid certificate issued was In il
nani.- .-I Win A; Ida MeehloWltS.
Lot Hi. Block 18, Dale Mill, r Tra.
Flat Book 2, Page Tn. in tin- CoUBI
,,f I'a.I,-. Slat, ,,f Florida, as en
i.'......1 in Certificate No. 1061. Tl
assessmenl of said property und.
the ssi,I certificate issued was in tl
name "f Annie Johnson.
Lots |, ,x 10, Flunk 28, Miami Suilt
Flat Book II. Page 41. in the Com
u of I'.d.. st.u. nf Florida, us en
braced in Certificate No. -t 1 >. Tl
assessmenl of said property ond.
ih, -aid certificate issu.d was in tl
name ..t Bui -" '"' sat e.
Lot IT. Block '-'x, Miami Beach In
provemenl Co Suh. I'lat Monk
Page x. in iin- County uf Fade, sta'
ol Florida, as embraced in Certli
cate N... 4536, Th,- assessment 1
-ai.i property nnder the said ..-itii
,.ii. Issued was in tin- nanio 1
Suesse Soclete De Placements.
Lot ... Block 3, Coral Gahl.-s DoU)
In- s. i'lat Fook 2".. I'.^K- ''.
th.- Count) .a Dade, Stat.- of Floi
i.i.i. a- embraced in Certificate N
r,720 Tin a--.s-in.-nt nf said prO| -
, ;-t\ under I in- -aid certificate I
sued was in Mi.- name of Jaime Sai
,x- w '.imllll.l.
s .; 1 of w',- nf Nl-:1, of ni:1,, Set
imn -.'i. Township 55 South, Ram:
::: Bast, containing l". acres mm
. --. in ih.- County nf Dade, sta
.a i- lorlda, a- embra. 1 d in Certli
.atu No. 6304. Tin- assessment 1
-ant propert) under th,- said .-.iii'
cate Isaued as i" 'in- name
Paradise Memorial Gardens Inc.
w .f ni:', ..f xw', of nw,
NW', less B 25 ft .v N il". ft. Beotio
1. Township '"' smith. Range 10 Bast
containing .93 a,-res more or l.ss, i
th.- Count) Of l'ad.-. State of FlOl
ula. a- ernbraoed in (Vrtlflciit,- N-
..'.2'.. Tin assessment of wild proi
.tty under the said certificate i-
-11.-.1 was in ih.- name of Hayet I
Wood .v.- w pmrlcla it.
l.ot >:. clunk 1. Bett) l.n Hum. -11.
Flat Book I.. Page 11. m th.- Count
"i Dade, stai.- of Florida, us em-
braced in Certificate X... 7552. Th
aasesamenl .-f said property und-
ih.- said certificate issued whs In th
num. ..f Rebecca Mills \- John A
Mills.
Fill.--- -. .! -I in ,i- -hail li.
deemed according to law. the prop
tty described herein will be sold t
Hi.- highest I d'l. 1 at tl,.- Court H011-
4ooi "ii Hi.' fii-i Monda) in the montl
"t Ma) V I >. 1964, w hi. h la th.- Ii
da) m May, A.D. 1964
Dated this ::-i day of March, A.D
v.- 1
i: 1: LEATHER.M \N. Clerk
. 111. 1 .ul. 1 "ounty. Florldi
,l)
It M 1.1:1 -.FKIi.
1 .. i.iity Clerk
1:


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?:ge 8-A vJewlstFkrldiar fnday. April 10, i 984 SUNDAY AT THE FONT AMBLE AU Zionist 16th Anniversary Celebration Will Feature Sen. Gore, Molly Picon, Joan Field ack S. Popick and Leonard sen, co-chairmen of the dinner (.ice of the South Florida Dis1. ts o! the Zionist Organization America, celebrating the 16th a liversary ot the State of Israel. e announced that Judge HarB, Spaet. a past president of Miami Beach Zionist District. I active civic leader, will be Stmaster of the program. The dinner dance, which will honor Mr. and Mrs. Charles CharCOWSky, is scheduled for Sunday evening. 6:30 p.m., in the French and Jade Rooms of the Fontaine bleau Hotel. Molly Picon, famous actress v.'he recently appeared on Broadway in "Milk and Honey," and who will star in "Milk and Honey" when it opens at the Coconet Grove Playhouse next week, is one of the highlights of the special program. Miss Picon, who has achieved international lame as an outstanding actress, started her career in the Yiddish theatre oi New York .\ .peiial musical program will be offered by Joan field, consid ered one of Americaforemost women violinists. Miss Field, a personal friend of the Charcowsk\> and in honor of the occasion, has arranged a program oi lraeli and Yiddish selections Internationally • renowned. MiField has appeared in concerts and recitals throughout the United States. Canada. Europe and S Vmerica. She expects to visit Israel in the near future and to sponsor a series of appearances throughout Israel, the proceeds of which she will contribute to the Hebrew University. The American Friends of the Hebrew I'nit-ersHv have already set up a musical library at the University ,.i Jerusalem in her name. While In Israel, Miss Field will be the guest ol Mrs Anna Kusch. lurmerl) ol Miami Beach, mother ot Dr. Ralph KiMCh lure. Guest speaker will be Sen. Albert Gore, of Tennessee, rankir 3 member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. A special cardlelighting ceremony celebrating Israel's 16th anniversary has been arranged by Argentine Jews Study Rising Terror Continued from Page 1-A Argentina, and the audacity r< their threats, evidence a :-.ange in method by the extremit groups which now flatly ad5 cerates and Spinoza Socrates and Spinoza" will be tl • topic of a lecture by Dr. AbraI n Wollson on Thursday morn4, 10:30 a.m., before the Spia Forum for Adult Education i eting in the auditorium of ishington Federal. 1234 Wash. ton Ave. vocate crime and announce it." In another development, the Argentine Jewish community was reported to be concerned over plans by the Shakespeare Festival Company, a visiting British troupe, to include the play. "The Merchant of Venice." as one of two productions to be presented here shortly. The play portrays a Jewish merchant in renaissance Italy in a manner which evokes Jewish protests. Reflecting the growing concern oxer the play. La Luz. a local newsonner, cited the anxiety in the A PROUD NEW ADDITION TO HOLLYWOOD! o, ernors. will pay tribute to Mr and Mrs. Charcowsky "for then out standing work on behalt of the Zionist Organization of America • Agricultural Training Scho lM-ael. Kfar Silver." Irving I'ietrack and his ,, %  Ira "ill provide the dance Jewish circles over the facl that the production will be "brought to a country in which the Jewish com munitj has been besieged for three years with a dangerous wave ol anti-Semitism." The newspaper criticized the British Embassy and its cultural service for not having been "attentive to the situation" and for not displaying the required sensi bility to prevent such irritation "It would be a sample of human understanding to substitute any Other more adequate play for the Merchant of Venice." the paper declared. p,-obably the world's smartest supper club ... 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T-rge 8-B •• lewist Ik x kBam Friday. April 10. 1954 RACHU WOMAN OF THE WEEK Rachel Skop. ;. native New Yorker, remembers with a smile fishing in Central Park as a child and then making pretend"" gefilte tish. Interest in dramatics spearheaded her interest in art. She went to the YM and YWIIA with a friend the day the new art class opened. The class needed a model and that was Rachel's entrance. The art teacher, the famous illustrator. Saul Raskin, encouraged her to paint despite the fact that she couldn't draw a straight line. At the time, Rachel was playing the violin, and she also took part in a dramatic group. Very soon, however, she felt greater fulfilment in her painting and sculpture. "In dramatics or music." she explained, "you lead up to a terrific climax, but in art there is something to show after* ward, not just the memory." Morris Skop. a rabbinical student in her class, felt the teacher had been too severe in his criticism of Rachel, and that started the romance. Rachel came from a family that did not lay heavj stress on religious practices. So the young rabbinical student felt that Rachel should know all there was to know about her religion: consequently, she attended a school of Jewi>h studies. 1'lie Rabbi's first post was in Orlando. It was there that their four children were born: Shirah. now Mrs. Louis Heilberg. Raphael. Eli and Adena. who is a junior at Coral Gables High School. Today, there are two grandchildren to brag about. In Orlando, out of necessity. Rachel learned to cook all of the traditional dishes perfectly. However, the study of Torah comes before all else, and Skop felt that they must move to Miami where th> children would be able to go to a Yeshiva. Rabbi Skop occupied the pulpit of Temple Jiulea for twelve years. He helped found the congregation with 27 families. Rachel did her share in the community, as well as helping her husband. She was active in Hadassah and Bnai B'rith. and president of Chesed Shel Ernes. In her spare time today. Rachel works in the studio of her home on a variety of paintings and sculpture. She is hoping to have a one-man show soon. Rachel is art supervisor at Temple Beth Shirah. where Rabbi Skop now occupies the pulpit. She teaches a class there on Monday nights She also teaches in the Dade public school system. "Teaching children art is basically selfish because it satisfies me." says Rachel. Rachel tint's being the wife of a rabbi both challenging and exciting. Combine that with the role of mother, teacher, homemakir and artist, and you have a combination that is hard to beat in Rachel Skop. NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI Stephen Millers to Live on Beach The Doral Beach Hotel was the setting Apr. 4 for the late Saturday night nuptials uniting Nancl Roberta Antelman and Stephen 11 Miller. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiated. On their return from a honeymoon in Puerto Rico, the newlyweds will live at the Harbor Tower Apt* Miami Beach. Daughter of Mrs. Lillian Antelman, ot New York, the bride attended Brooklyn College, Her usband haa 1963 degree from the Universitj of Florida an,! 1a member of Tail Epsilon I'hi Fraternity. For the wedding, the new Mrs Miller wore a white peau de sole street-length frock encrusted with seed pearls and carried white orchids. Bridal attendants were Eleanor Miller, the bridegroom's sister, and Mrs. Harriet Cohen, the bride's sister. Michael Grossman served as best man I OHN Entertaming ORCHESTRA feefurinj "TIMT" Wl 7-8124 Specializing in WEDDINGS and BAR MITZVAHS Cleaning-Laundry Storage 1201 -20th Street Miami Beach i^0 -IE 8-6104 • PM. — Smmt Doy Service Ntotr An tjlru Ckar§e. I i kftAAAAAi #| f >m \\ 1 %  • -K.iIn MRS. STEPHEN MIILER Bobby Berman Engaged to Houston Construction Executive Harvey Krull m v -'-a3ii 1 4fe %  J W \ c V W\ x MISS VARDA BiHMAN Mr, and Mrs Moshe Berman, i,; [997 r'n u e Ave.. Surfsi ie, announce the engagement ol their .laughter. Varda (Bobby), to Harvey L. Krull, -"ii ol Mr and Mrs. Albert Lionel Krull. noted community and civic leaderoi Houston, Tex. The bride-elect attended elementarj and Miami Beach High, and is now in her sophomore year at the Universitj oi Houston, where she majors in elementary education She is on the stall of the college periodic. I The prospective bridegroom also attended the University of Houston, where he majored in business administration and is now active!} engaged in the construction business in Houston. Following their marriage on Sunday, June 7. at the Algiers Hotel, the couple will make their home in Houston, where Miss Berman will complete her studies. Mr. Berman is executive director of Histadrul here Rachel Yedid Weds Physician Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro if ficiated at the late Sunday nuptials uniting Rachel y ,. 1642 SW 21st St.. and I)r \ ..... Fisher. The Hollywood 1, Hotel was the setting for th, mony and reception which follow, ed. Given in marriage by her broth ei. Harry Yedid. the bride's ma tion of honor was Mrs. Yedid The chapel train and hem ol net silk organza bridal gown were scalloped in appliques of alencoa lace. Serving as best man was Harry Fisher. Groomsmen included Or. Jack Solomon, Dr. Harry Harwich. Dr. Martin Manning, Di Ahin Bodenstoin, Dr. Marvin Mishkin. Dr. Jack Sandier. \i Rosen and Hyman Orlick. Daughter ol the late Mr. an 1 Mrs. Charles Yedid, Mrs. Fishei received her early education in France and graduated from the American Business School Rome, Italy. The bridegroom is the 501 Mrs, I.illic Fisher, of Brookly;. N.Y.. and the late Max Fisher An ophthalmologist. Dr. Fishe ,a graduate of New York l n versity and New York Medic: College Following a wedding trip Jamaica, the now lywedded 1 will live in Hallandale, Fia *. New Art Show At Beth Sholom Two artists are to be featured in the newest exhibit at Temple Beth Sholom Art Gallery, begin ning with a preview on We Hi day evening, according to ai nouncement by Mrs. David Druck er, chairman of Beth Sho \rt Committee. Pen am! mk drawings by Stanley Lev) ami water colors bj Baruj Salinas will be on displaj 110m Apr. 15 until May 15 at the Gallery, 4144 Chase Ave Stanley Levy's work, executed during the years he and his ily spent in Israel, depicts phases of life there The has exhibited locally at Richards START SOMEONE ON A HOBBY WITH A FUTURE If you had received a set of proof coins as a Wedding Gift in 1950, that gift todoy would be worih 60 times its original cost. "R" Gallery, as well ain New York and Israeli galleries. A native ol Havana, Cuba. Sali. as lived in San Antonio. 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Pcoe 2-B +Jeistrhrknan Fridcy. April 10, 196^ support of tb* School of Eiucutior. at lh{ Jem. sal-m Adiacert to the aauversih tsespus, Caaacil has and openeti 'r. Hebrew Uni High IV pradaf Luncheon of the for graduaI to B* ""^ eenU r Matioi State* < nadl i Mar. :i | d | )a „ Na • cil of Jewi*h worn will sing at Hke Mnday i mday noon in the en s _. • raajoi '-on •-• Fontaine'. R National Council of Jewish Women's Angel Luncheon Will Say Thank You' Mrs. Joseph E. Y.e.se: cres.ier.: c: the Jewish Convalescent Kome c: South Florida, and Constable Leonard Wsinifrtin president ol the Men's Club, discuss the new recreator.al program :cr the Hcnte at 511 Cclhr.s Ave. Mian-.: Beach. BIkur Cholim Will Women 5 Lea s ue hr '"' inaTaii VTr.terb e for iit a< in the Dora] Hotel I b %  -:'•---. ; ida C b |;"" %  r Emunah Chapter Games Party lay it the .'-. § I '. the following officers be installed for i964-6o airs Joseph E Ke:ser. pres:Mrs Anna Zitter. he pi • Mrs Isidore Cohen. r rarj president; Mrs. E Mrs means president Mrs :. %  %  ns I ft S > at 344 No 5801 SVi "v I from the •-?• Apr. Coucc: the president; MrRay Lieberman. 1>. United States _::%  • • %  pay I rdin| lecretsry; Mrs. Abe A chapter ways an; means profor the fello cial •r. financial and membership ject. the party will be held at the workers, tea Btsry; Mrs. Lallian Nydick. home of associate conductress, tors in Jewis treasurer. Mrs Forer. 2121 SW 24th Ave. the world, irtj %  Is Mrs. Harry Cooper and Mrs %  ~~^nZ^Z~_^~Z^^I^IZI^IZ!^^^^^^^^H Isaac Blecker. correspondence ^^ !" !" ^^" !" ^^ !" !" ^^^ !" ^^ !" ^ !" ^^ !" ^^ !"!"!" ^^^^ !" !"!" secretanes: Mrs. Sam Yudien. chaplain: Mrs, Murray Kostoff. public relations chairman: Mrs William Herod, sergeant-at-arms: MrGeti Kunken. soloist. Mm Morris Alpert will be installina officer, sad Mrs. Murray m d!" .., THE 5 ABRAS OF |S RAEL .e Leonard Weiastehi v ill -lans for the Home's Native bom Israelis are called Sabras for characteristic reasons. Literally, the sabra is a cactus plant. It is tough and prickiv outside but sweet and tender inside. This >oung ladv tor instance seems to reflect the spirit ot modern Israel—determined in the present, confident of the future, and pn'deful of ancient ancestors who built a great empire and gave the world manv of its most enduring ideas. KASH FREE KASHA COOKBOOK EASY New recipes and menu ideas for modem meals JO and entertaining with Kasha. Address request SERVE! to: ptyn,, Wo)ff( Penn Yan< New yarn MAN, THAVS A DISH1 Women's Council Has Show Here %  Miami 1 rth an coal s Monday evening at I peers par N n S ..-ecI *bo perfi ed together vita Flora Sa : L ; Tanner %  and Soma \. %  Mrs Davd Dreeben is cor. REAL HI STO Henry L Mangels Co. 3550 N.W. 5m Street Ph. NE 5-1391 SL D^A\^L7f^ U YUBAN Now 100% Colombian Coffee! ~\ uban... deeper... darker... richer in character than cortee ever was before. Enjo> new N uban... made tram the finest Colombian green beans plus rare Colombian aged beans, roasted to flavor perfection. Every Sip a Simcha! YUBAN K en the label means KOSHER 3? rw anaiM file, ,i CHHI r^, 100% COLOMBIAN COFFEE %  r/ ><4Cl Ott



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Page 16-A ICM f it fh-riirliain Friday. April 10, 1364 It Was a Bad Passover Under the Red Pharaoh NEW YORK—.JTA>—Not many i: the KUA*UI Jens who still keep traditional Punw haa matzoh tor the annual observance this >ear,facts being pieced together from behind the Iron Curtain suggested this w eek A number of efforts have been made by Jes in the free world to ship matzoh to Russian Jews, which was permitted by Soviet authorities this year Such shipments were meant only to supplement domestic Russian resources. but ;t appeared from a report ot the A—or.,-.-p. Embassy in Moscow that as of ^ week before the iir>t Seek I had been baked at all on the premises which So .,.had HM were bein; :hat twipUM That disclosure was one result of an outcry in Congress against the Soviet harassment of Jews on the question of provision of matxoh. According to Assistant Secretary o f State Frederic Dutton, the United Stares Embassy in Moscow also reported that while Soviet authorities were permitting imports of matxoh this would not solve the problem. At the same time, the Embassy emphasized that as far as the United States was concerned, the matzoh issue was a Soviet domestic policy problem." %  M rani > Sen K-n N Keating, New York ReI of the C ngn ssk nal %  against Soviet treatJews. Dutton inthere appeared to no iu rtion which tbt Stati Depa could take to remedy •he situation Sen K rged that a direct appeal be made to • ic So\iet Union by the United •-. and that action also CM .h the United M the same i ga rt> had been m^ ess t< obtain • %  of a joint resolution %  dent to use the full facilities of the Government to supply matzoh to Russian Jewry in time for Pass over use. The resolution was submitted to the House by Rep. Mi chael Keighan. Ohio Democrat In presenting the resolution. 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The resolution charged that the Soviet Union had been violating its own laws by recent persecutions of Jews. Copies of the resolution were sent to President Johnson. Adlai Stevenson, chief U. S delegate to the United Nations, and to Carl Rowan, director of the United States Information Agency, which conducts broadcuu w foreign. countriM on the Voice "f America Two other representative! -poke on the issue. Rep. Leonard Farb-icin. New York Democrat, called tor the immediate adoption of a resolution he had presented a month aso "to mskt evident our ,.! horence of the discrimination practice by the Soviets on >ome of it* minority people Rep. James G. O'Hara, Michigan (or vorld Jewry may in:ecd be more lasting and destructive thia outright murder.'" He listed the .-pecial formi cultural, national and religious discrimination to which Sovie' Jew? -re subjected and said thi "the Jews have again been sing, -i out for special persecution." 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"eJewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 37 — Number 15 Miami. Florida. Friday. April 10. 1964 Two Sections — Price 2 Jews Appeal Against Soviet Anti-Semitism Vicious Red Publication Finally Flayed Hard By '-^Soviet Communist Party GOVERNMENT ATTENTIVE Argentines Study Rising Terrorism Bl ENOS MRES—(JTA)—Lead%  's ol the DAIA, central organization nt Jews m Argentina, met with Minister of the Interior .Juan no, raftering in person the %  rave concern they expressed in ; note to hint to days ago about the iteppe l-up activities of anti|. mitic. terrorist n',;-^|'i __ The delegation called the Cabi ret member's attention to "the enous events" caused by the teririst groups Which, they pointed int. an"continuing thenaggresons ami intimidations Mr. Pao assured them that the Govi nt would "repress inflexiand immediately and terrorist leaks that may disturb the intry's peace." The Yiddische Zeitung, leadng Jewish newspaper in this tountry, declared editorially that 'acts have taken a particularly rangerous trend for the Jewish cmmunity and fcl the county." The newspaper stated that Hie boasting tone by the Nazis Continued on Page 8 A 1 LONDON (JTA) — The Ideological Commission oi the Soviet ( ommunist Party this week eriti( ./i l the publication by the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences ol the anti-Semitic hook. "Judaism without Embellishment." it was reported here from Moscow. The book, which contains anti-Jewish t aricatures reminiscent ot Nazi propaganda, has already been attacked bj Communist Parties in various Western countries. The statement, which was a lopted at a special meeting of the Ideological Commission and was published in I'ravda. organ of the i SSR Communist Party, said that the book contained statements and illustrations that "may insult the feelings of believers and be interpreted in a spirit ol anti-Semitism The party announcement added that the book "contradicted the party's Leninist policy on religious and nationality questions, and merely feeis antiSoviet insinuations of our ideological foes who are trying at all costs to create a so-called Jewish question." The statement reiterated, however, the official assertions that the Jews in the Soviet Union "are all respected in the same situation as other peoples." Pravda indicated that, alter the furor caused by the book abroad, the Ideological Commission was specially convened to review the entire question of anti-religious literature. The Sunday Observer on Sunday Continued on Paoe 7-A INSUfflOCNT TO MEET NEEDS Nazi Victims in New York Attack Restitution Amendments Giant Washington Meeting Hears Tcp Leaders Protest Increasing Evidence of Bias JUSTICE ARTHUR GOTDBfRG SiN. ABRAHAM RlalCOff WASHINGTON (JTA) — Powerful appeals to the people of the I iiUed States and to the American Governmenl to help American Jewry in the fight for securing lull and equal rights for Jews m the Soviet Union were voiced here Sunday night at the opening session of the American Jewi-h Conference on Soviet Jewry, convend by 24 major American Jewish organizations and representing practical!) all the Jews in thi* country. More than out) delegates attended the two-day conference which opened at the Willard Hotel here with impressive addresses bj Supreme Court Justice Arthur J Goldberg, I s Sen. Abraham A. Rrbicoff and Rabbi Uri Miller. president of the Synagogue. Council oi America. Justice Goldberg emphasized thai "discrimination against Soviet Jews has reached alarming proportions." Sen. Ribicoff revealed that the Senate will hold hearings on the resolution introduced last September by 64 Senators, denouncing Soviet discrimination against Jews. Rabbi Miller declared that American Continued on Page 12-A Ask Israel Prime Minister To Resist Extremist Pressure NEW YORK—(JTA)—More than 500 men and women who were rtunate enough to survive the horrors of Nazi concentration amps met Sunday at the Hotel Americana here to protest against Ihe proposed amendments to the tVesI German indemnification and icstltution laws as being insuffi< ienl to meet the needs of the thousands of persons who. for one reason or another, have not received ust restitution or indemnification ""in the Bonn Government. The meeting, sponsored by nine up-, adopted a resolution which • -ent to the West German Prime Minister Ludwig Krhard, Foreign Minister Gerhard Schroe here on a week's visit as a guest, of the Weizmann Institute of Science, met with the Prime Minister on Monday to finalize the details of Mr. Bshkol'S visit to the United States in June, at the invitation ol President Johnson. Premier Eshkol's visit to the United States, which is scheduled to last |0 days, will include two days ol talks with President Johnson and other U.S. officials, as well as visits to Cape Kenned) and other points ol interest. Besides New York. Eshkol will also visit the West Coast where he will meet with Jewish communal leaders. During the week Keldman \i-ited former Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion at his home in Sde Baker in the Negev and toured Silat. Israel's southernmost port. Feldman has been appointed Continued on Page 2-A Defense Attorney Accused of Nazism BONN — (JTA) — One of the attorneys defending the 22 fortner Auschwitz guards now on: trial in Frankfurt was accused! this week of having himself help-; ed to condemn victims to Nazi concentration camps. Dr. Herman Stotling of Frank 1'urt called the charge, made by! the Polish Organization of Nazi victims, "pure nonsense." The group asserted that Stotling persecuted many Poles an.-i demand-1 cd severe sentences against them: as public prosecutor under the I Nazi regime. The group said that in May 1942, Stotling had prose-, cuted a defendant in Bromherg in; Nazi occupied Poland who eventually was sentenced to death. Stotling admitted he was a public prosecutor in Rromberg from June 1941 to October 1942. but insisted he had nothing to do with political cases. To the charge that, as prosecutor, he had demanded that an accused man he sent to the Mauthausen death Continued on Page 5-A



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"nge 4-A vjewist ncrkl&r Friday. April 10, 1964 Reds Have Their Cake The Soviet Union is now publicly condemnix g the anti-Semitic publication emanating from e f Ukraine; although government leaders • ere are quick to reject the Nazi-like tones of 3 publication, at -the* saw Mme4hejfeekaMreIbal it fails to reflect "the" true reactionary na".. e" of Judaism. This is a tragic example of eating one's cr.ke and wanting to have it, too. What the S: viets are in effect doing in their condemnation is to say that the book simply went in the %  • :ong direction. Thus the Soviets are far from repudiating their anti-Semitism; they are s.r.iply being critical of its character. As an adjunct to the Streicher-like treatrr. ent Jews receive in the publication, Moscow -;:s gone one step further in aping the Nazis. T.-.ey are now declaring foreign assessments c: the social condition of Jews behind the Iron Curtain to be an "intrusion" on internal Soviet c:;airs. The Soviets this week told the U.S. State department that our nation's reaction to the Russian banning of Passover matzoh parcels ::om abroad was precisely such an "intrusion." 7.-.is sort of attitude is sadly reminiscent of Adoli Hitler himself and his war against German Jewry, which he labeled "an internal Gerr:. ::n matter." Moscow^ may thus be repudiating the ranian publication, but it is a half-hearted ;udiation designed to placate the sense of :rage that has exploded in Europe and AmerIn our view, the condemnation is no con.mation at all. Sen. Gore to Report The first of several major 16th anniversary i the State of Israel celebrations will be held Sunday evening at a dinner dance in the Fon. ".nebleau Hotel. Honored will be Mr. and Mrs. Charles C.-.arcowsky, who have made many important contributions to the development of the young republic. The function is under the auspices of the Zionist Organization of America, South Florida District, and guest speaker will be Sen. Albert Gore, senior senator from Tennessee. Sen. Gore is a ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and chairman of the Senate's African Affairs Sub-comrr ttee. As such, he will have an interesting rr.essage to bring to Greater Miamians who attend the event. For each of these assignments, cmong his many others, touches upon important aspects of Israel's existence. The U.S. and the newly-emerging nations en the African continent are among the State ci Israel's major interests abroad. Sunday's j6th anniversary celebration should thus prove -.formative to all those attending. The Hardest Job Ahead The 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal has ic.led well over the million dollar mark. The community should be proud of this early achievement. It should also be prepared to gird its resources for the job ahead of fulfilling this year's CJA goal set at Sl.386,500. While there is cause for jubilation, there -s also cause to take realistic stock of the effort .-.^eded to complete our community's immedi: e and paramount philanthropic task. Much depends upon the success of the -S34 CJA campaign: the welfare of our neighbors here at home, as well as of Jews nation'-.."/. overseas and in Israel. The campaign is over the million dollar mark, yes, but the hardest part involved in .cringing the Greater Miami Combined Jewish .appeal goal to a successful close still lies anead. If you have not yet given to CJA. do cc today. Matter of Discrimination We await with interest the reaction of United Nations officials to the overt anti-Israel discrimination shown by the Egyptian president of the 122-nation Trade and Development Conference currently in session in Geneva, who cehberately failed to invite the Israel delega,: n M Q dinner held during the conference. Making the matter particularly unhappy is the Israeli charge that the UN officials involved ct the conference knew of the slight beforenand and still did nothing to rectify it. The blind, biqoted and reactionary attitude of some of the Arab leaders toward Israel :s one thing. But silence on the part of UN official* to the insult would suggest tacit approval ci the Egyptian's action. "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 MX Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-U.05 Teletype Communications Miami T[WX "* MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Published pv*ry Pi May alnc* v>2~ by The Jewish Fiorinulle.s and cheats find refuge in the synagogue.fNote UM phylaeter.es on the head of the hook-nosed man with nu hand In the coUectiea plate.) No. 8-'The Jewish Child Buyers-Enemies of Youth.(The religious Jew is tflOWl n.-nann, a Soviet boy whose physiognomy is also UB mutakabl) Jewish.) No. B_No, Not from the Rib b oman. (Appealing to the Soviet woman, whose gtonii <-"">M is a viaple in Soviet propaganda. The stereotype,! • U shown exercising the contrary principle of the de ^•meni oi woman No. 10-"The myth of the 'GodUiosen People and Their Heavenly Father. Jehovah." (A ';'"'" f Jl wish history; he Star of David links Je sn fehgion With Israel, a country consistently denounced '"' x< Of the book.) No. ll_-Durin! the years of the nitient,. „ miP at.,.n. tll0 j,, on sf cadiM s wrvw (|u> y ... "'his is the only caricature in the entire book eon ''"••" •>• the Ukrainian representative in the United Na 'ons Human Rights Commission to have been included "' Judaism Without EmbeUUhment") &f =*.



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Friday. s .pril 10, 1964 •Jen 1$t> n-rrictirtr Paqe 3-B ^Time of Cuckoo* At Temple Israel Tempi) hrael Players will pret -iit :: luction of •'The Time 11! (he C ckoo." Present; :ion will be in Wolfson Auditorii n of the Temple, 137 NE 19th -St.. n Saturday and Sunday, Apr 11 ncl 12, and Sunday, Apr. 18 CurTiin time is 8:40 p.m. Cast ."dudes Mrs. Lawrence Gartenberg, who plays Fiora, owner of the Pensione; Mrs. Victor ijgr*, F'aine. Leona. the American .spinster: snd Dr. Edward Kanter, I lie Italian shopkeeper. Also featured are Mr. and Mrs. Mel Htcnt. David Kramarsky, Scott Barnett, Ronnie Werner, Mrs. Je.'.ette Levy. Victor Fame and Claudia Portnoy. Fust presented on Broadway in 1P52, with Shirley Booth playin Rehearsing for the Temple Israel Players production of "The the lca<. "The Time of the Time of the Cuckoo,'' by Arthur Laurents, are (left to right) Cuckoo" dramatizes the complex!Mrs. Lawrence Gartenberg, Mrs. Victor Faine, and Dr. Edward ties of .-'.ernational romance. Kanter. Florida Women's Division of Congress Preparing for Nafional Convention Here It was announced this week by Mrs. Leo %  €. Steinberg and Mrs. Irving Kaplan, co-chairmen, that the Hospitality Committee of the Florida Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, has completed arrangements for welcoming the 500 delegates expected to attend the AJC biennial convention April 14 to 19 at the Carillon Hotel. Representatives rrom all over the world will be presented with gift packages, and volunteers will act as hostesses. Committee has also planned an Oneg Shabbat for national officers and staff for Saturday, Apr. 11. at the home of Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, president, Florida Women's Division, and an all-day leadership institute for members of the Florida Women's Division and its chapters to be held at the Carillon on Thursday. Apr. 9. Seminars will be conducted by Miss Esther Kolatch, national executive director, Women's Division, and Mrs. Naomi Levine, national executive director of membership and organization, beginning with registration at 10 a.m. Temple lion Sisterhood Mrs. Daniel Feldman is chairing Temple Zion Sisterhood's donor luncheon to be held Sunday, 12:30 p.m.. Apr. 19. in the Tambourine Room of the Carillon Hotel. Beach Hadassah Slates Meetings r Miami Beach Hadassah Groups "schedule •.,,. following meetings Foi Apr. Bay Harbor Group will hold its regular ncheon meeting Monday, 1130 a.m.. at the Singapore Hotel. Program will be a film entitled "Vl cation in Israel.'' photographed bj Jules Frank and Gus It Robt:"-. President is Mrs Grill Roberts < c Israeli Group will hold its meetmi; on Monday noon at the Algiers Hotel. A musical program has been arranged by Mrs. Louis Makovsky, and refreshment! will be served. President is Mrs. Esther Meyer. Morton Towers Group will hold .. regular meeting on Monday. 12:30 p.n... in the Morton Towers Restaurant. Awnda will include election • I officers. Hattie Wagner ."ill givi .i musical program ac"companite. by Mrs. Sid Westheimer at the p;no. Refreshments will be serve; President is Mrs. Samuel s. Goldberg. "WEDDING WHITE" WASH every time! r^FAB WITH DURABRITE ...the intensified whitener Yes, your wash can be wedding white—not just almost white! New Fab lifts out the yellow and gray tinge. Then washes in a pure, pure white — wedding white —in a way old fashioned detergents never could. Try it and set! KOSHER PARVE PRODUCT OF COLGATE-PALMOLIVE Shalom* Group will hold a meeting on Monday noon at the DiLido Hotel. Entertainment will be provided by Henry Raphel. concertinj est. President is Mrs. Irwin Shapiro. Henrietta Szold Group will hold i its regular meeting on Monday. 12:30 p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel. ; There will be entertainment and refreshments. Mrs. Herman Feller is president. Stephen S. Wise Group will hold its regular meeting on Monday. 11:30 a.m.. at the Deauville Hotel. President is Mrs. Harry P. Cohen. If you knew...really knew.., all the benefits of this beverage, you'd never go a day without it. Ask for it by name. it's called...milk C DAIHT COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLORIDA 1*64 NEW Guwi KRAFT WHIPPED CREAM CHEESES THAT SPREAD LIKE A CHARM! ..,.-. %  > %  ..;.(( %  THE with taste-teasing chives! WHIPPED TO FLUFFINESS SO IT SPREADS EVEN WHEN REFRIGERATOR COLD! with savory onions! with zippy pimento! .:; with spicy ta'am delicate fresh dairy flavor %  • • NOW IN YOUR GROCER'S DAIRY CASE • • It just swishes onto bagels, bread and crackers... right from the refrigerator! And this delicate, fresh-tasting cream cheese comes "straight" and mixed with the cheeriest other ingredients! For wonderful new party snacks, sandwich and bagel treats... pick from these five in handy, reusable aluminum bowls. CERTIFIED KOSHER by Rabbis S. Reichman and J. M. Charlop



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. Friday, April 10. 1964 -.knlsMrrM&rj Page S-A %  *i %  during the week as i see it • • • by LEO MINDLIN I %  T MAY NOT be Christmas in springtime, but the question of the annual crosshanging on the Dadc County Courthouse., occupied a good part of the recent morning session of the Florida AntiDefamation League's regional meeting in the Everglades Hotel. There is eminent good sense in the ADL's decision to set the matter aside for more important considerations. I have since heard much maudlin comment about the League's •'cowardice" and its "going soft" on thorny issues. Somehow, I urn here reminded of the position I took several years ago with respect to the religion-in-the-schools case when I opposed the American Jewish Congress collateral litigation in Dade County. Charges of •cowardice" seem to me to be beside the point The most intemperate street lout will jump into any battle at a moment's provocation, failing in his lack of judgment to consider the odds involved, and even more important, the stakes. At the risk of repeating what has been said in this column before, a minority as sensitive and finely-tuned as the Jewish community can not afford such luxuries. The city's emergency wards are filled with the bloody victims of instantaneous reaction to challenge at any cost. An intelligent minority, when challenged, must weigh what may: possibly be won by answering against that which must surely be i lost. Inevitably, we should return to an assessment made here several years ago: that the Jewish minority would be acting irresponsibly if it failed to recognize the limitation of its most precious resource: the responsive if not always willing ear of the community fit large. ON GKADING MATTERS Of SIGNIFICANT IT IS, alter all, the community at large whose sympathies we must attract and win over in most cases involving civil libertarian I abuse. When this precious resource is called upon too frequently,! when we seek too often to impose our views on the narrow toleration; points of the majority, the natural consequence is a lessening of general interest in the causes we hold most dear. The end result can I be the deliberate exaggeration of the very abuses we sought to' eliminate in the first instance. Many will, of course, here disagree. They will call this interpretation of the power vested in the minority position the greatest cowardice of all. Such infractions of the law "as we seek to ameliorate, they will say. arc not matters involving the amiability or the sympathy ol the majority; nor docs the minoritv exist bv sufferance of the majority. Infractions of the law, they will argue, are precisely that, and must be outrooted as a matter of democratic principle. Well. I'm all for such bravado. But one must also be able to recognize the realities of communal experience: If the minority wants to enjoy occasional and telling civil libertarian victories, then the minority must be able to submit to the prospect of equally oc casional inaction in matters ot lesser significance. CONSERVATION Of MINORITY ENERGY TTHIS MAY BE a .-ail truth, but it is an incontrovertible one. If we arc impelled to jump into every fracas because the law 1on our side, then we .-hould be prepared to anticipate frequent and disastrous defeats; in short, from time to time we should expect to ; find ourselves at the sad side ot the undiseriminating -trcct lout HI some emergency ward, who has been purposelessly bloodied and bow ed. Neither is the fear ol defeat the guiding principle in the more >stemu)us approach to civil libertarian litigation, nor the "cowice" that would avoid a lew lumpreceived m an honest en counler waged on the battleiield of human rights. The guiding principle should and can only be tiie prospect .'i diminishing returns, • he more frequently and unintelligent!) the minority exacerbates tolerance ol the majoritj over its sectarian infractions ol the law the less will the car of the majority he open to reason when Ihere are really important issues involved, 'Ihiis a simple principle in the conservation of minority energj i" which I have frequently referred In the past. More succinctly put, the minority must save its shots m behalf of probable and bignificanl victories. Hence, when I opposed the collateral religion in-tne-scnools case. I was not supporting me piacuces mu nau ..ee., Challenged. Certainly, the violation existed— and. in fact, exists loday long after the case has been argued. What 1 opposed was the entry ot a Jewish organization into the battle when the Florida Civil rties Union had already issued its call to arms and when similar eases launched in Pennsylvania and Maryland were by then long • %  nee pen.ung belore the United States Supreme Court. sND ANGERING THE LINES Of COMMUNICATION THE ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE decision with respect to the cross on the courthouse must be regarded* in this light It is nt only unlair to charge the ADL with 'cowardice;" it is also Inaccurate. To be sure, the League recognizes the issues involved in the annual Christmas custom here; and, although I do not speak for the organization, it would seem eminently certain to me that tofficials are as unhappy about the custom as the more militant Knight* among us who ha\'e been urging a charge lull tilt into the Bui weighed against such a dashing impulse to action should 'e these in.ue sober second thoughts What are the chances ot win ing even on appeal? Are there not responsible authorities in the law who have suggested that the cross, II privately hung and pri.itt Mt. Sinai Hospital, J. Gerald L is, brief report son the activi of 1963 will be presented, as \ ill as choral renditions by the I • pital's School of Practical Nurj Glee Club. Lewis said that the public is vited to attend and that refr. ments will be served by Women's Auxiliary following meeting. Add a Phone.., Add a Lot to Living Why let the house run you? Why not take it easier with a kitchen extension phone. With phones in all the places you live most... bedroom, workshop, Florida room. To add colorful, economical extension phones, just call your Telephone Company Business Office. outhern ^Bell ^.mmm Exercise your right as a citizen... be sure to register and vote this year



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Friday, April 10. 1964 *Jmlsli ncridfian Page 11A Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers Seeks Reelection to Dade County School Board Currently serving her nth year mi the Board <>f Public Instruci 'i Attorney Anna Brenner Meyers i~ seeking reelection as ;i Dade ( ountj School Hoard member. Appointed in 1953 to fill an unexpired term, Mrs. Meyers was elected in 1956 and again in i960. ler supporters say that "during her tenure. Mi-s Meyers served at chairman of a Citizen's Committee recommending improvements of the school lunch program and ... chairman of a committee to Eshkol Urged To Resist Pressure Continued from Page 1-A acknowledged religious constituencies." "We abhor any attempt I>v eminent authority—m the United Mates, in Israel, in the Soviet \ nion or anywhere else in the v.orld—to interfere with the expressioo of religion in all its as pects," the message concluded. "We know. Mr. Prime Minister, that you as well as the majority ol your government and of the people of Israel who seek to estab lish a genuine democracy fully agree with our position. VVc express the hope that Israel will resist the attack* of the religious extremists and assure full religious freedom for all." re view hid Hi.; forms* ami construction contracts lor school supplies •she supported the school board in floating the $34.5 million dollar Bond Issue for school build ings and cla-srooms. urged tin establishment of a Junior College in Dade ( 'utility, which led to Miami Dade Junior College now serving 8.000 students daily; recommended and was successful 1:1 persuading the board to Increase salaries of teacher and Other school personnel; and urged adoption of bidding on milk, ice cream and food, resulting in large savings of money." More recently, her supporters declare. Mrs. Meyers recommended establishment of a committee 01 representative citizens to study I he quality of education in Dade County Schools. The resultant Quality Education Committee has been responsible tor dividing the I),, e County School System into four sub-districts with a district superintendent responsible 1 0 r each, representing approximately 50,000 pupils in elementary, junior high and senior 11,_.; 1 schools A practising attorney in Dade County since i!i3ii, Mrs. Meyers is a member <>t the Miami Beach, Dade County and American Bar Associations, and was organizing president of Florida Women Lawyen Assn, She served as vice president of international Federation Of Women Lawyers, and is a delegate representing Florida Women Lawyers in the National 'otv tai e \>Ve tt The ultimate compliment to your guests—an invitation to have your function catered by Fontaincbleau experts with the finest cuisine, beverages and service worthy of the world's most beautiful hotel. BANQUETS .WEDDINGS RECEPTIONS Also available Kosher catering and personalized loiituinebleau catering at your home CAIL BANQUUET DEPARTMENT JEfferson 8-8S11 OCEAN AT 4th STRiET • MIAMI fcAC^ 'Ike Specialty of the Seville It PREFERRED HOTEL CATERING • WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATIONS • LUNCHEONS • RECEPTIONS • MEETINGS to accommodate 10 or 1,000 10 NEWLY DECORATED BANQUET ROOMS KOSHER CATERING AVAILABLE rlease Call ESTELLE D. POLAK: JE 2-2511 >->eville ^^ % %  ^OCCAN HT 1h STRUT MIAMI BEACH -ne has served as president of Aged, Dade County United I'' Jewish Family and Children's and served as chairman oi Service lor three years, and is on WomenDivision CIA lor the board of Jewish Home lor the Greater Miami Federation. uoitr next affair *-~ KML with a wonderful choice of AIRS. ANNA BRtNNtR MEYtRS Association of Women Lawyers. This year, in March, Mrs. Meyers received the Histadrut Woman Of the Year Award, and the award tor Outstanding Contributions benefiting the Metropolitan Dade Conn ty Citizenry from the Metropolitan Court, she received the Woman of Valor Award. State of Israel, in 1357, Woman oi ine Year Award from the American Friends ol Hebrew University in I9t>:). Brotherhood Award from National Conference oi Christians and .lews In 1959, and awards from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in 1947, 1952 and 1960. Among organisation affiliations. Miami Beach's Newest Luxury Hotel DORAL BEACH HOTEL A new standard of fleganca •o Miami llearh. Superbly planned and executed eo


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' %  Page 12-A 9-Jmlstincrldtar Friday. April 10, 1 m Jews in Appeal Against Soviet Anti-Semitism Continued from Pgt 1-A Jewry "will net rest until justice it achieved tor the Jews in Russia." Label A. Katx, national president of B'nei B'rith, presided over the session. Justice Goldberg stressed that "the denial of human rights by the Soviet Union to Jews is properly a matter of deep concern to all Americans of every religious pcr>uasion." He emphasized that the conference •cannot be unmindiul of the plight of the great body of people in the Soviet Union wbOM human right to freedom of religious exercise is substantial!) curtailed. "The discrimination against Jews by the Government of the Soviet Union is an aspect of overall discrimination against all religious groups." Justice Goldberg said. '"It is, however, something more Hum a manifestation of religious repression by an atheist slate. The evidence is overwhelm ing that the religious and cultural freedom of Soviet Jewry is more severely limited than any other religious group and that discrimination against Soviet Jews has reached alarming proportions. The tragic experience of mankind with the cancer of anti-Semitism. so fresh in the minds of all, makes it imperative that those who believe in the dignity of man and in human rights speak out in vigorous protest." Justice Goldberg then enumerated specific discriminations practiced against Jews in the Soviet Union, as compared with the rights enjoyed by other nationalities in the USSR. "Jews," he *aid, "are vilified in the Soviet press and other mass media which rellect hostility to the Jewish people as such. This has reached BUCh proportions that Western Communist parties, which generally follow slavishly the Kremlin line, have been moved to protest tht publication of a blatantly antiSemitic hook, published late last year in Kiev, copies ot which have just cnnie tn light in this country in the rest of the Western world. "This !>"nk. 'Judaism Without : lellishment' he said, "is not .p i\ itely printed tract; it was official!) issued b) the Ukrainian Academ) of Science and had a istantial press run in the t krainian language i ha\ e n i .nook an I ucartoons arc reminiscent of Julius Stretcher's 'Der Stuermer,' that r. ti i in. Nazi publication." The Supreme Court Justice said he noted in Sunday'news papers that the hierarchy of the s v HI [deolo zical Committee ol thi Communist Part) has issued what appears to be a partial repudiation of "Judaism Without Embellishment.*' Justice Goldberg also touched on the play, "The Deputy." He said: "I am one who, having read the full text of Rolf Hochhuth's controversial play, 'The Deputy,' and who having lived through those terrible days, be" lieve that the dramatist did not do justice to that great and good Pontiff, Pope Pius Xlt. Jews are and should be grateful for what the Pope and the Catholic Church did to rescue innocent Jewish victims of Nazi insanity and barbarism. But whatever one's views about the play's characterization of the Pope, all men of good will must agree with the ancient Biblical teaching echoed in the play, that we are indeed our brother's keeper, and that it is the duty of all men at all times and under all circumstances to speak out against the denial of human rights whenever and wherever such denial occurs. In matters of conscience, there can be no missing voices." Sen. Ribicoff. in a lengthy address, reviewed the situation of the Jews in the Soviet Union and the discrimination practised against them in various fields. He called upon the "world conscience" to put the fight for equal Jewish rights in Russia as a "major item" on its agenda. He called especially on all Americans to raise their voices in protest, saying that: "Within our government, the Senate of the United States I has historically been one of the j most effective forums for express-j ing officially the aroused con-1 science of our country." He therefore called upon the Senate to "meet its solemn responsibility again by condemning religious persecution behind the Iron Curtain.'* He told the audience that, last September, he introduced a Senate resolution for this purpose, which was supported by 3 other Senators from all parts of the country, representing different points of view m both political parties, "who shared in the belief that it is time for the Senate to take an official stand on the Soviet Government's systematic policy of Jewish persecution. "The chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Sen. J. William Fulbright, has assured me that hearings will be held on my resolution," said j Sen. Ribicoff. "I am hopeful they will take place at n early : date, and be followed by prompt passage of the resolution. The Soviet Government will feel the force of public opinion aroused in this nation and throughout the world," he stated. Rabbi Miller reported among, other things that 396 synagogues have been closed in Russia during the last seven years, and that less than 100 have remained now, according to official publications in the Soviet Union. He also drew attention to the fact that Jewish cemeteries have been and are being closed in Moscow. Kiev and Minsk. He stressed the fact that some 200 Jew s have been sentenced to death for alleged "economic crimes,'" and that no Jewish book has been published in the Soviet | Union in the last few years, nor HARRY CORDON IKr CORDON JAMBS R. CORDON GORDON FUNERAL HOME EMANITI GORDON, Founder, I i.-jstd A Good Name Is Far Belter Than Riches have aoj/ cultural insjjtoiiona.. closed during the Stalin purge, been permitted to reopen. Calling to order the opening session, Bnai B'rith President Label Katz stated: "We have a singular purpose. It is without political overtones. It is removed from Cold War problems." Highlighting the history of Soviet treatment of the Jews in the USSR with the outstanding current examples, Mr. Katz said: "We are: here to speak for a community ot Jews in the Soviet Union that is trapped in silence. It cannot speak for itself." He referred to the conference as "an assembly of historic dimensions: an assembly predicated on Jewish unityunity Of mind and purpose." and one which has "gathered to bean witness and to protest." Earlier reports from Washington that the organizers of the con ference sent a cable to Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, asking him for comment on the issues which the conference is cliscussing, were denied here today. No such cable was sent. The 24 co-sponsoring organizations of the conference are American Jewish Committee. American Jewish Congress. American Israel Public Affairs Committee. American Trade Union Council for Histadrut. American Zionist Council. Bnai B'rith, Central Conference ol American Rabbis, Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, Hadassah, Jewish Agency for Israel-American Section, Jewish Labo," Committee. Jewish War Veterans of the United States of Amcr.ca, Labor Zionist Movement. Also. Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi, National Community Relations Advisory Council, National Council of Jewish Women. Rational Council of Young Israel. Rabbinical Assembly, Rabbinical Council of America. 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i day, April 10, 1964 +Jewisti nurtkKam Page 13-B J3*r 0 N'W 178th Ter., v ill celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Apr. 11. at Congregation B'nai Raphael Rab!>' Harold Itichter will officiate. The celebrant will be honored at the Riddush following the cere mony and at a reception on Sun day afternoon at the l.ombardy Hotel Stephen Vusboum Garry Barnett tute's Religious School i\ii out anding tennis player. Marill is %  :ith in the United .States ,i in Florida to win 20 iphii! In lion in honor of the Bar izvaJ ill follow i'ie services 'itchell Seidman mi s. ji'day morning, Apr. n. Mitche! -on of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-1 (amin *•• Iman. will be Bar Mitz ah at Temple Zion, with Rabbi red ...\nian Officiating. Mitel1, a student at Riviera ( bunior High SCIKKII, plans to con-, lunie ii the Temple Zion f onfir-! nation C;ass. Robert Mark Robert son ol Mr. and Mrs rthur lark, will be Bar Mitzvah Ten ; t Ner Tamid on Saturj a> morning, Apr. 11. Rabbi Bone Lai ovitl will officiate. Robert is a student of Temple r T.v id Religious School and i f> uitilui Junior High. \ r %  ption will follow ser Samuel Kaler Samuel, son of Mr and Mrs USY Groups Slate Celebration Temple Adath Yeshurun USY will host a celebration attended bj USY groups Of Greater' Miami (•i honor Israel's -Sweet* Sixteen" birthday The Israel Independence Day observance will be held in the Charles Rosenberg Memorial Hall, 1025 NE Miami Gardens Dr.. on Sunday evening at 8 p.m. Program for the festive occasion will be under the direction Of Temple Adath Yeshurun's education director, Yehudia Segal. Concert pianist Marian Kaye will offer a musical program Miss Kaye attended the Philadelphia Conservatory of Music, the Juilliard School of Music, and Columbia University Teachers' College. Social dancing will follow the program, and admission is tree. Robert Cooper Cafhryn Stein .lack Kaler. will become Bar Mitzvah at Saturday morning services. Apr 11. at Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will officiate. In the seventh grade at Ponce de Leon Junior High. Samuel is interested in science and all sports. Mr. and Mrs. Kaler will honor the young celebrant with a Kiddush following services. >.: Michael Kotler Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will, officiate at the Bar Mitzvah ofj Michael Dean Kotler during ser-1 vices on Saturday. Apr. 11. at. Beth David. A seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High, the celebrant is interested in medicine and science, and his hobbies in-, dude crafts and model building, Mrs. Bertha Kotler will honor her son at the Kid ush following the ceremony. Among guests will be his grandparent.-. Mr and Mis. .lack Pater Gorinstein Named Associate Joseph is Gorinstein is now associated with Reynolds & Co.. members ot the New York Stock Exchange, at 210 "1st St.. Miami Beach, a-associate manager, ac cording to an announcement this w eek tlyse Berkowiti Samuel Kaler Robert lanett David Hamilton Elyse Berkowiti • lene Berkou it/ w ill be'.-. %  .Mitzvah at services on 1 i ning, Apr. lo. at Beth ngregation, with Rabbi Shapiro officiating < M grader at Ponce de i %  >r Huh. Elyse ia tal icer, and her favorite :!illlllll_'. Mrs: Harold Berkowitz in.nue Shabbal fol .H. David Hamilton ...n HI David, -on oi %  s Earle Hamilton, will led Saturday morning, remple Emanu-EI Dr, irman will officiate, ;tli grade at Ida M mi High, David is in %  led mathematics pro •" %  %  %  iinterested in sports, "rnali&m and drama, and play Florida Derby At Gulfstream Gulfstream Park, enjoying one ol its fines! seasons, offers the 13th running ot the Florida Derby on Saturday Led by the potential triple crown winner, Northern Dancer, the Florida Derby field will be one 01 the finest paraded postward this y i ... The second choice. Roman Brother won two stakes at Ilia leah in which he defeated, among others the highly-regarded Mi Brick Since then. Roman Broth er has I een beaten b> Northern ; and Dandy K The la I lei ran him down in the Foun tain oi Youth Stakes Fourth choice in the early line i The Scoundn I, a California invader who was running steadily ..-. Northern Dancer in an allowance race last week that found the Dancer equalling the track record The Scoundrel ia stable mate oi the mighty Candj Spots and is high!) regarded by his con nections Yiddish Vaudeville Show on Sunday An all-star "Yiddish Vaudeville" show will be presented on Sunday. 2:30 p.m.. in the auditorium of the Miami YMHA. 450 SW 16th Ave.. it was announced by Abraham Berrin. president of the Golden Age Friendship Club. The show, direct from the Cinema Theater, is being presented by Leon Schachter. Various Yiddish acts and performers will be part of the program, which also features Gitel Stein. The benefit performance, the last one in the area this season, is open to the public. All proceeds will go toward the purchase ol a school bus at the Miami YMHA. and Mr. and Mrs. Zelig Galansky. I t Stephen Nusbaum Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI. will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah ol Stephen, son of David Nusbaum,, on Saturday morning, Apr. 11. at the Temple. Stephen attends seventh grade at Nautilus Junior High, is vice president of his class and on the Scholarship Honor Roll. He is interested in science and mathematics. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Nusbaum, grandparents of Stephen, will attend the ceremony. The celebrant will be honored at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall following the service. Arnold Lewinsohn Beth Moshe Congregation will be the site oi the Bar Mitzvah of Arnold Lewinsohn on Saturday, Apr. 11, with Rabbi Simon April oificiating. Arnold is a Student ol the con gregation's lb-brew School and attends North Miami Junior lliuh Mr. anS Mrs, Herbert Lewinsohn will honor their son at the Oncg Shabbat on Friday night, at the Kiddush following the Saturdaj services and at the Algiers Hotel m the evening Cafhryn Amy Stein Cathryn Amy. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Stanley Stein. 200(1 NE 198th Ter.. will celebrate her Bas Mitzvah on Friday evening. Apr. 10. at Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will of liciate. Graduating from fifth grade Hebrew School in June, the celebrant is an eighth grade student at John F. Kennedy Junior High and is a member of the Falcon Staff. Cathryn's parents will honor her at the Oneg Shabbat following ser\ ices and at a reception and dinner on Saturday night at the Temple. Mrs. Stein is president of the Temple's Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood, and Mr. Stein is a member of the Beth Torah Board of. Directors. Robert Eanett On Saturday morning. Apr. 11, Rabbi Mordecai Podet will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Robert Bushell. son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eanett. 6805 Talavara. An honor student at Ponce de Leon Junior High, Robert serves as class president and is active on the Student Council Board. His hobbies are coin-collecting and lishing. The celebrant will be honored ai the Oneg shabbat on Friday evening, at the Kiddush following the ceremony and on Saturday night at the Honey Plaza in the same room where his parents were married. Robert Cooper Robert Franklin, son of Mr and Mrs, [rwin Cooper, will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Apr. 11. at Temple Or Olom. Rabba Samuel April will officiate A seventh oracle student at Rockaway Junior High. Robert is in the honor math class and is interested in sports. Following services, Mr. and Mrs. Cooper will honor their son with a Kiddush. and a reception will be held in the evening at their home. AEPhi's Sponsor Book Review Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Association ol Greater Miami will pon or it • \'h annual book re MOW at the Otto G Richter Lib rary. University oi Miami on Sat u daj at i 30 i in Mrs Granl Stockdale wife ol the late i S. Ambassador to lie land, wiil review her own book, lo Ireland With Lose Proceeds from the event will go inward AEPhi's alumnae project ok scholarships at the Inner sity ol Miami. The general pub Is invited Tickels are avail able form Mrs. Morris Futcrniek. r Treat yourself to richness Paid oy Kei y for Co Club to Hear Rabbi Kronish Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Tern I pie Beth Sholom. will be honored ; i.uest speaker at Opti Mrs Club of Miami Beach luncheon meeting i on Apr. 14 at the Barcelona Hotel. Rabbi Kronish will review the 1 book, "Shoes of the Fisherman.'' I by Morris L. West. Mrs Samuel Hirsch is program chairman, Rusines. agenda includes presentation of the slate ol officers lor the year 1964 65 MrMurraj Sonnet! will preside. :: --e;r W m#\ -xi"-: %  %  *•* % %  .: Mmmm rich, mellow flavor and aroma! Delicious New Instant Chase &. Sanborn gives you the richness of the pure coffee nectar, missing in instant coffees up 'til now. Enjoy this flavorful new coffee tonight! Pure coffee nectar, the rtoh, natural essence of coffee .. .captured f-om OUT f.ne>t be If 7Vei>v Instant Chase & Sanborn CH.V \ NL COFFEES FOR -OO >£R3



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•n i nn Page 12-B +Jeislinerieerctary. Paul 11. Press; corresponding secretary. Jack Grecn' berg; tinancial secretary, Seymour Horowitz; and Fred Deutsch, treasurer. Pallot of Conference S. Ronald Pallot. an e 'cutive of Norton Tire Company, a tended a conference of the B. F Goodrich Company in Jacksonville .MI Monday as chairman ot the cum. pany's Southeast Region;, Dealers Advisory Council. Norton I'm Company is one of the jtion biggest Goodrich dealer-, now celebrating 40 year.,>f i in the South Florida area M.ctmians Will Attend National JWB Convention A delegation oi representatives from the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami will be attending the 1964 biennial convention oi the Nation "' e # & w A PABAD'Sl' *CV <*• t* MMfc .uptvb c %  '•>'/. *c K f Q A *t-, • • n nti*c ClW*n *€• >Cw 'O '.'' Where ii *i| f ict mt*oJ e bo*n' wi tl ** ngtti ••our Sen.c SenatO', I might pomt out that the influence and the power of an individual Se-.c"or is vety largely tie^rrmtned by the SENIORITY l.e has attained Spcssord Holland is nov!*%> ing his 18th year as a member c-f the Un.ied States Snat ho'" Florida ana re s cv •n the o'<: (( of Semorn> | Dcmocrojic membersttip ct he %  Let's Return Experienced, CepctMe SPESSARD L. HOLLAND UNITED STATES SENATE Sn''.'f*. Mvmlxi of lh Atc.i-owi"e <• &f evety ono in Sll


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ioy. April 10. 1964 +Jc**isti ncridKan Page 15-E LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 63718 (IK: %  %  •' '' %  of S IMPEL i: STARLIGHT, NOTICE TO CREDITORS r,, All Ci.-.l low .mil All Persons II avalm* or Demands Agalnsl Said %  li %  y .i ..-, %  hereby notified and reL,. .,i to present am claims and ,i-I indN hleh you m ha HI B Inni • .•.,,,• ..i SAM I F.I. B. STARI ,i<;I1T !• %  • %  • aaed I.iii"I' Dade County, In, in Hi. Count) .Indite* of I 'ade and file i he Kami In duplicate IT..> I l. il in Section .:.:;.H.. Statutes, in ilu'ir offices hi Count) Courthouse i" Dade Couniv, Florida, within six calendar from Ihe lime if the first iiii.n hereof, ..i the name will I.,. i..n n d Hated u Miami, Florida, this 30th • March, \ 11 I'". I i IR1NXK H sr\ RLIOHT Ai:\.i utiix First publication nf this notice on i day ii V''ii'. 19*4. Ki i.MMBL ^ It" 1 IKRH ney for Executrix %  Lincoln Road \i mi lleach, l loi Ida 33139 4 3-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW nricK IS HKRKIIY GIVEN Ihnl undersigned, desiring to engage in nest under the fictitious name of ITED RALES CO. at "886 N.E. 2nd Miami Intend* to register l name with Ihe Clerk of the Clr, Court "f I :it.County, I-lorlda III iNNIE JACK, INC. :l Fla Corp. 11, rman 'apla n, I 'resident II \i:n ANELSi >\" rneys for Vppllcint Lincoln Road i : 10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \. Uli-K IS HEREBY GIVEN Ihnl • nil.' .-ii. i. deali Ina i.' engage in business under the flctltiotm mi T •• TAKE-Ol'T SERVICE al 1818 N.W i-'ii Avenue Intendi to regltci nutwii it inClerk HI Mi.*' i Court of Dade County. Florida. w II. i IK B. Til.I I:I: A\,;I:I.< • \ MI I." \] %  • .1..• int Vln :• > llldg. i |.10-17-21 I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Act! of 1941 File No. AA 21365 XiiTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN Ihnl \ ithanlel w. Sli gi I. holder f "t> > rth Miami Men Certlfli ate* II ,ii ::::. :;:'. 8."., IPS, 107. 198 and ". I-MII il the 2th da] "f Ma). \.D. i'.i._'. nan n 1 -.! same in my office, mil IKIM made application for tax I. .1 tu be Issued HUM i S;i itl cert If I•ales emhrnce I hi following described >r Tty, in Ihei'ounl) of Dude, st.it. .; Ilorlda, to-wll: i...i I. Block 13, Rlscayne Highlands, Plal Book Mi. Page 26, Rectlons IH HI. I 20, Township iSmith. Range IFast, in tinlily of North Miami. County of bade, State of Florida, as i-mbraced In Certificate No. 33. The isscssment of said property tinier ih.said certificate Issued was In thiti.in,., uf Frank E. Howard, i. t '.. Blot k ::. Brian Manors, Plat Hook 17. lam38, Section in. Town•hip r.2 South, Range 12 Bast, in '. th. city uf North Miami, County <•< \ i'. .ii-. statiof Florida, as embraced ni Certificate No. 39. The. assessment of said property under the said | • •• rtifi.-i.tr Issued was in the name -i James L. Retherford. i...t 7. Block '.. Orlfflng B'i -.< %  i'irk Ests, rial Book x. Page 123, Section Ml, Township 52 South, Range 12 Bast, in Hocity of North Miami, County of I >ail>-. state uf Florida, aembraced in Certificate N.I. vv Tin. assessment of said petty under the said certificate i-u.-d was in til.name f M irlel %  .1 Fluhr. I • n. Block 7. Rucks Park, I'lat Honk 41, Page :'7. Section 19, Township '-2 South, Range 12 Bast, in ii'. cuy uf North Miami. County ol i'..-ii-. Slat.,,f r.i.i'i la, as embraced in Certificate No. 19*. The a---| it of sai.i property under the said eerilflcate issued "a-in the name • 'M.la .1.ii'.l.i n. I its to t., 15 In.-I.. Block 7. Rucks 1 'i' l>, I'lal I look 11. Page '.iT. Si ilion 19, Township 52 South, Ibni. Bast, in in.city of North Ml%  'ounty ..f l lade, State of Florida, .is mlir.iced in Cerl Ifli ate So : Tlii' a -sin.nl uf said prop%  ty under the sal.I certlfli at,was in the name of Hilda Jordan. i"t is. Block 7. Ruck* Park, Plal Hook 41. Page : 7. Section 19, Townid II. E2 South, Range IL' Bast, in tin J'lty of North Miami, County of Dade, State ..I Florida, as embraced in Certificate No, 198, The assessment of said property under tinsaid 'i'h.it. Issued was in th.name "I Hilda .li.r.l in. 1 100" of \V I ion' Trad A a 4-Y i' lying N ..f A adjacent thereto Sans Soucl Estates, i'lat H.M.k SO, Page 86, Rectlons IS ami 29 and 32 and 33, Township .".:' South, Rang.IBast, in the City of North Miami. Ity nf Imd.-. State of Florida, as einbraoed in Cortiflcate No. 2u:i. The assessment of said property under '" %  said certificate Issued was in the name of B. D. Taylor. %  "•' I tifi. at. shall be reneemed according to law, the prop' di.-. HIM-.I | M rain will b agM i" I 1 • nigbesi bidder at th.c >url House i";'";," 11 'I"first Mondai m tinmonth I M ay. A n. l'l.n, which is th,4tli %  ") uf Ha] A I >. 1964, I Ij'il.d this 1st day of April, A.D. B. B. I.I:.\TIII:KM.\N. Oerk %  •ult Curt. Lad,. County, Florida NOTiCE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21372 NOTICE IS HEREBY nrVBN thai N.nli ni.-I VV. Sleg< I. In,Id. 1..1 C v Tax Sale Certificate numliered I'll i-su.cl th.1st Jay of .1 .i II.-. All. p.161 lias filed ..mi,in ni) ,,iu, ,., ,,i,d !,,,< application for %  • tax deed t.. I" Issued thereon. .-aid certlflcati embraci %  the follow ing rieserilieil pi "i" i i In l lie i ountj of I 'ad. Stati nf Floi ula. i,.-w • \\" 1-7 Ft ..f N 1 :: nf NWy nf S\V, I • -\\ :" %  I'' .\ Ml That part ,,f \V :i s ,,i x\v:, L.ss \V ::', I i |yg S\V1\ nf a lill. 203 Ft SW Of .\ Can i" •' I. "f Snake i 'v. k Canal I .ess Keg >: K I. of NE .' Ave ISO Fi SW Of A al II A :.. S \V I. nf Canal KBI} l.">0 FI SW ..; \ At II A t.. S W I. ol '"an I J51 • It I.. POB S\VI> at i: A I., s w i. of i 'anal I3"i i-1 Th SEIj in a in Th .s nig W I. of B'i of NW'i of SW'i ..f N\\', Th B uig >; i. f x of sw', .,( NW\ for M" I-1 M I, Th N L'ln Ft M |. t.. a ft Th NWIj H> a line ISO :-'i HWIj of \Can t.. SW R W I. ..i Canal t.. I'liC. ,y 1.,-s SW', nf SW\ of NW'i A!..-s i: Inn ti ,,f s Fi M i. .a w a i ,,f sw, ..f NWI, A.i..v w ni, r ,,,SKI, ..f sw\ ..f NW\ Section .:. Township ".:' South, Lars. 12 Bnsl containing Iii...:. Acres m %  : %  "t 1. ss I., -s ih .. n i: I. ..i NE 2nd \,. r... KVV nf .V at I! A t.. sw |j !: U I. of Snake i'r .'anal Th SEiv 351.3 ft t.. I'. >l! c.n't SBly ,.f X ..'f W I. ..f B'i of SU ', ..f NWI 4 N ::•-' sc X\V|j 8U4.81 n SWK 2a ft to c. -c. i ess w 30' i-: 130' s (ton ft more or I. -s \\•'_. ,., (.; ,,, su -,, ,,,NW. I.. -s S 33 ft I .ess l'i nf W nf SW'i lyg SWI> nf Snake Creek I'anal des Reg ..ii B I. of Ni: 2 \. ,v S I. ,,f NW', of NW', N 112:. it SBly IL a |.t --. sw of ,y At ;: \ t., sw 1: w 1. • •f Canal ,v I 13 11 W ..I E I. of W of NW, .f SW, • 1 NW'., Th S t.. S I. of NW', ,.• SW', ,.f NW', Th W tu K I. ,,, Ni; j Xv Tn N to I'. Ill 1..--N :::, u n f w is; ft ,.i NW 1 ..f NW ', ,.• sw '. less W :::, 1. ,v s ::.", ft of W Mi 11 ,,f 1: ;•,,, ft ,,i s "-in ft More or less ,.t w ..1 B uf sw 1, lass S in. It nf N I in fl of I-: |3J fl nf W 1S7 fl ..! NW •, ..I NW ', of sw % %  1.. -Beg .11 E I. NF 2nd Ave 112 .". II N nf S 1. nf SW', nf NW\ ,,, NW', \ alg 1: 1. NE 2nd Ave tpt 1311 II SW ,.f ,v \t 1: x ,,, SW I! W I. Canal SBly 331.5 ft BWlj .-...r i: A tu .anal 133 it NW'lv t.. I Ml C and i: I I.", ft \\i.. ..f NW', ..1 SW ', ,.i NW ', and Less Beg at pi ..a F. I. NE 2 Ave .v sw l: VV 1. sunk.Creek 1 anal SEI> -i'^ -d It W I. tn X with \v 1. ..I B ni i-:'nl' SW', Of SW'i S to pi I"" it SWIy "f A Parr to s.l 1: w 1. NWly Alg Sd limto E I. NE 2nd Ave N tu I'nl: in the County nf Pnde, state nf Florida, .11 mbi aced in 'erl i' i ate Nu. lull. The ass, s-m.-ii; >. in described herein will be sold tn [he highest bidder a I the Court House door uii tin in 1 M..11.lay in the month uf Maj \ 11. I'".1, which is th,4th da; uf May. VI'. 1984. 1 .ni. .1 this 31st day nf March, A.D. 1964. E, 1: I.EATHERMAX, Clerk of Circuit 1 mil', ii.nl. Cnunty. Florida 1 -ill II) : It M. L-BBPER, Deput) ci.-ik I 3-10-17-24 NOT Cf OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21321 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint Nathaniel w. Rlegel, holder uf city %  •f North Miami Beach Tax Certificates numbered l" and I' Issued the 6th day ..1 August, A.D. 1942, has filed same in my office, and has made application fur a tax deed to I..issued ihereon, s.ii.i i-ertlflcates embrace ih. following described property, in Hi,. Count) "f Dade, state of Florida, to-wlt: l...t < Block 19 Highland Manor — s. ,i'. — plat Book 'in Page 23 Section 7. Township 32 South, Range 12 Bast, In the City of North Miami lleach, County of Dade, State ol Florida, as embraced In Certificate No. l" The ISM ssmenl of said property under said certificate issued \,.i~ 111 ih. nume of Jake Mi Motta A W V'lkkl, l.nt la, Block l".::, Fulford By The Sea Sec N. I'lal Book In. Pagi ;'s. Section v Township 32 Smith. Range 12 Bast, In th..'Mi of North Miami Beach, County nf Hade, State of Florida, B embraced in Certlflrate No. 14. The assessment of said pert) under said tvniflcate is~m-.l was in th.' n..in.' .,1 Albert w Backus I'lll.-ss -aid certificates -hall 1... ..-deemed according in law. th.pioperly described herein will I..sold t" the highest bidder al Ihe Court Huns. door mi ih.fi:-: Monday in the month nf May. A I '. roil, which s t h. 11 li day nf May, A.D. 1964. Dated this 1-1 da) uf April, A.D. 1:11.1 E. r. I.EATHERMAX, Clerk .a en, 11 t Court, Dade County, Florida .....li It) 1: M LBEPBR, Deput) Clerk I :-l" 21 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE eal) B\ %  R M tVBBPBR. Deputy Clerk .4,3-10-17-21 NOTiCE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21324 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Nathaniel W. Slegel, holder m c.unty T..\ Sal.Certificates numbered 188, v:7. B94. 112:'. 11 :*•. 1140, 12x7. 27".x\ :i7x.'.. 4I4'|, 457S, 7283, 7x2.".. IMS, 7xix, 7:;, and 7:n.x, Issued the 1st da) .-f .Inn.A.D. Il*ii2. has filed same in my office, ami has made application for a tnx d.-.-d to be Issued thereon. Bald certificates embrace the f<>ll<>uinc described property, in th.County of Dad*, State >.f Florida, to-wlt: l...t 2'.. Block f, Golden Reach Bee 1.. Plal Book l". Pago l". In the County of I iad.-. Stat. ,.f Florida. as embraced in Certificate No. 4f.:t. Th.a-s. ssmenl ..f said property und.l III.-.aid certificate is-m. ,| was in tinname of Her-Mar Realty Corp. l.nt ".. Block :'-. Verssthtn 1. x-.:.---. 111.nl Sub-Rel Plot Book 4."., Pagi >7. in tinCnuity uf I iad.-. Stal.uf rlnrldu, as embraced in Certificate N... x::7 The assessment nf said oroperty under tinsaid certificate i--iit .1 H'as in ti. name ol c,,-uruE. St. \ .iis ,x^^ \'ll ".: 111.1 S L'L'n ft ,.f X'. nf Tr 25 less W 3.1 ft ,x I. -N 130 fl ut W 130 ft \S 22" it ..f N'j of i'r 26, Miami Gardens, i'lat Book :. Page 16, Section in. Township %  -' > iutb, Ranee 41 Bast, containing 2-56 acres more or I.--, in th.Count) of Dade, stat.' nf Fl..' id... .1. mbraci d in Certificate N... 894. 'I''..,.-s. .-sin. nt a' said proper!) under the said certificate -u. I w ain I In11.. in. uf .l.n<:. Mans A w Mai %  l.n Tra.i A less SW'I700 ft Bloi It 157, Magnolia Gardens Consolidated II.--iii... Plal Book i''. Page 71, containing I.SI acres, mor less. In ih.County ..I Dade, State uf Florida, .,embraced In c.vtnii-st. No. I1S9. Th.assessment nf -aid property under tinsma,l,-, State uf Florida, .1embraced In Certificate No. ITS.; Th,assessment f said property under tinsaid < %  rtlflcate iss 1 was In th,naiii,' of Susan A. Curry. i...t 2",. i.e Jeune Terminal! 8th A.1.In. Flat Book 60, Page 41. in the Cnunty of Dad.-. Stat.' of Florida, as embraced in certificate No. 41 in. Th.assessment nf said property under the -aid certificate Issued wain th.name uf Milt.,11 Herlong & w Ruby el al. Lot 32, Block 1. Tatum Waterway Sub., Flat Book 16, Page 2. in the C.unty ..f Dade. Slat.uf Florida. as embraced in Certificate No 4573 The nss.'S-in.ni uf .-aid property under iin -aid certificate Issued was in the name of 1 irake Const. Co. Lot :,. I... I; I. Know I, s Sub., I'lat Book IT. F.i--. :.'.. in th,County of Dad. s. 11. nf Florida, a• mbrai ed in Certificate No. Ti'x::. The .1-.--men 1 of said property under the -aid certificate Issued was in the name ..I* Huntlngton A. Clarke .xw Annie F-l. l.ntM .< i-'. Block 1. Ewlngs Vddn, Pint Book ::. Page 136, in 1 ie County .a' Bade, stat. uf i-l.ii id.,, as embraced in Certificate Nu. 7825. The assessment nf said property under the s.ii.i In. atl issued was in tinn.. 111. .1 Phlchol B, Williams Tr. I...1 M. Block x. Breads S< nd Addn in Homestead, Plal Book ''. Page isj in th.County uf Dade, stat.of Florida aembraced In Certificate .v.. 7843. Tin assessment of said property under the said certificate issued was in ih,nani,' ,,f Gertrude Ma. ke) a\dili Bst. l.nt IT. Blot-It 1. Breads Addition No :,. I'lat Hook 29, Pagi Tr.. in the County uf D.ide. stat,,.r Plorida, as embraced in Certificate No. 7six. Th, >--. -MI. in ut said property un,l,r th.-aid certificate issued was In th. name of Fust Fla Finance inc. Luis 1 ,\ .'. Fl,,. 1, II. Washington Faik. Fiat Book ''. Page It, in the County nf 1'ni.'. Stati ut Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 7:.">". Th,.,--. sni.-nt nf sni.1 property under th.' said certlflcati Issued was in th. name nf Mary Thomas. Ix.t 11, Block 11. Washington Park, ciai Book 'I. Page 18, in th.County ,,f Dade, State of Florida, aembraced in Certificate No, ::'"x The in.ut uf said property under th,.-aid certificate Issued was in the nani' of Mai\ Thomas Brown. I'nl.--aid certificates shall he f.'deemed Recording t.. law, the property described herein will be snl.i to Ih.. hlh.-t Mdder at th,Court linns. door on tini'ii-i Monda) in ih.month •I May, \ D. 1964, which is tin4th da) ol Ma). \ l> 1964 Dated this l-t day of April, A.D i'n,1 E. B i.i:\THi:i:\i\N. clerk if Circuit Court, Dade County, Fl.ui.la 1 'ounty of I 'ad. Stati .f Florida, acinhrai-ed in C-ruiiyalx B) 1: \l l.l-:i:i'l K. Deput) Clark NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21328 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that Nathaniel w Slegel, holder of Clt) ,.f Hialeah, Florida Tax Sal.Certifleante and or city of Hialeah, Florida So.-i-iai As sess ment Li.-n Certificates numbered i". '.:x. 650, 7o2 ami Tim is-in,1 th,22nd day uf May, A D. Foil hafiled garni in my office, and has made application frr a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Saul certificate! • brace the following described property, in th.Count) of Dade, St.u. ,.i Finn.la, t.i-wil : I,..is :t tn .-, Incl Block 67 !-• s l.ul: and 1 Block 67, 11 ..I. ah 1-1 Addition., I'lai Book 5, Page 122, Section I-. Township %  :', South, Range II Bast In th.clt) of Hialeah, County of Dade, State of Florida, at embraced In TH > Kale < "et tifi, at, No. l". The assessment of said property und-r the said certificate issued wa.in the name ol Clara -' Shaffer. Tr <• L.ss w ::T.v ,XLess 1: ::T .".' 1 \k 1 x ,x:.) Block 190 Hialeah 12th Addn Rev. Blk 190, I'lat Book :'-l 1 a-.12. Section T. Township ."•:; South, Kan;,. II Bast in 111.Clt) uf Hialeah, County of Mad,*. State ..f Florida, 1embraced in Special Assessment Lien Certificate No. •; 1 s Th.assessment of said propert) under the said certificate Issued was in tinnan I Ralph '. 1 'ombs. Lots 11 & 13 Block 103-B Hialeah 13th Addition., I'lat Book :i Page 26, Section -. Township "•:: South. Italic.41 Fast in th.City nf lli.ileah, County m' Dade, State .-: Florida, as embraced in Special Assessment Li. 11 Cettiflcate Nu. 650. The assessment -f said property under the said certificate Issued was in tinmini.' uf w in. smith .x Barbara. i-: ,'..i' Tr •;:; PA 116 KE 20' of 17 > Block •:::-1 Hialeah 16th Addition Rev., i'lat Book ::i Pag. 32, Si I inn '.. TOM nshlp "•:'. South, 1: II Basl in tincity of Hialeah, 'mint) uf Dade, State of Floi da. as embraced in Special Assessment Lien '• nii'i. .11No. 702. The m. 111 uf -aid |'-..|„ ity mnl. ih. -. %  id certificate i-sued was in the nan ,,f Herman Ix'lune Jr. .v.Franc. l.ut 37 1."inl..11 Tei race 1st Addltloi Flat Book -'.-".. Page ::"• Section Toa 11-I' p 53 81 mil. Liny.il Ee in the Clt) of Hialeah, County Bade, State of Florida, as 1 mbrar in S11..1.1I \.-s.-ssin.-l)t Li. 11 1". : 1 cate \" 79 '. TI ss.-ssm.-nt said |,in|.,-it> under the said certli cati issued was in the nami of Joi Margagllo ,xMargaret R. I'nleas said pertlflcate* shall bi 1 1 according t" law, the pro erty .1. — iii-.-a herein will isold 1 the iii'-h'-i bidder at the Court Hon door .-ii the firm Monda) In Ihe mom nf M ... A.D. 1964, which is 11 • 1 da) of May. \.D 1964 Dated this 1st day of April, A 1961 E. II. I.EATHERMAX, Clerk of I "In 11.1 • '.''iii. 11 id.C it) Floi I. (seal) B) R, M LFFl'Fl:. I i,-|iiity 1 'let k I S-ll "NOTiCE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX DEED Chapter 20722 -Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21314 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN n Nathaniel W. Slegel holder of Clt) Coral ilables Sidewalk Lien Certli cate Nu 9" issued th.25th day May, A I'. 1962, has filed same In 11 office, and has mad.application I B lax deed lo he Issued Ihereon, SH Certificate embraces the followlr.i described property In the County I hide, State of Florida, tn-wit: Lois 1 1 ,xIS, Block !"• Coral Gahl Crafts Section I'lat Look 1" Pa. in, in the City ..r Coral Gabb 1 tount) of I lade, State of 1 lorlda The assessmenl of 1 Id propi tinder the said certificate wne in t name ..1 1 'nknown, 1'iii.s.-aid certificate shall be 1 deemed according t*. law, the pro ert) described herein will be sold the highest bidder at the Court Hou -1 11 ih.' first Monday In the mon of Ma). 1964, which is the ttli day Mas. 1964 I i.e. .1 this ls< day "f April, l'">4 B. II. I.EATHERMAX, Clerk ni Clreu Court, Dade County, Florl> is.al. II) : 1: M. I.FFl'FK, 1 >eput) Clerk 1 3-10-17 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21325 NOTICE is HERERY GIVEN that Nathaniel w Slegel, holder of Count) Tax Sal. Cei ii.ai.s numbered 120, 121, 626, 1722, -"'il. 260S, 2721, 3203, 1234, 3631, 38 14, 39! 9, 3970, 1026, 1062, 1166, 1336, 5720, 6304, 6323, and ;.. .1' lssu< .1 ih. 1st da) ol .Inn. A 1 1961. has uii d same In my "tin • and has made applieut on fot .. lax deed i" be issui .I th 11, Said ei embrace tin following, described prop. rt) In the ,'•• int) ol I lade, State of Florida, to-wl : l.nt 25. Block I, Ooldi n II. .11 h s. %  B, Plal Hook 8, Pagi I-'-', iii nn Count) of I'a'.. stat.of Florida, as embraced In Certlflcati No. 120. Th,assessment of said propert) under the said certificate Issued was In t he Mannof Helen A Inc. l.,.t 26 less N'.., Block I, Golden Beach Sec. E, Plal Book S, Can. 122, in the County of Dad, State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No, 121, Th. a--, -sm. lit of said property mnl. 1 the said certificate Issued was In Ihe name uf Helen A Inc. Lots 1 fc 2, Block II, Magnolia Bub., Flat Book 1". Page 80, in the Count) of had.-. Stuie of Florida, as embraced In Certificate No. 624. Th.assessmenl of said propert) under the said certificate issued was in the nani.m James C. Thomas. Lot 12, Block 11, I'imw 1 Park, Flat Book 8, I'a-. 12. ill 111.' Collllt) 1 f Dade, State of Florida, as 1 mbraced in Certificate No. 1722. l'ln aasessmem nl -.ml property under th.said c rtlflcate issm.l was in tinInline .1 Katie II. lull ..l,-..ii 1: 11,1 IT TR 2-A. Re) l'ln uf Victoria Heights, Flat I'.." k :::. Fan.Tx. in the Count) uf I iad. Si.11. of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 2064. The ass.-sin.nl of -aid properly under the said certificate isaued was in 1 in nan 1 m !-• onora Olllard, Trust".' et al. l...t 2. 1:1.i.k -:'. Libert) City, Plal Bo ;. Fa-. ; %  '. in th.Count) of Dade, st.u. ..f Florida, aembi I ill '. llifi. al. Nu I'.,, x I'll, .1-., --in. nt of said propert) under tin said 'i-tifii-.it. Issued was in the name ol ESIlsha .xu Henri, tta N, Ta) lor. Lot 19, Block -', Syrola Pines, Plal Look 24, Page is, in the Count) of Dade, State of Florida, -is embraced in Certificate No. 2721. The assessment of said property under Ihe said certificate issued was in the name ol yum. Ma< Edwards .x 11. T. Edwards. l.nt Fl, Ail. laid. Park, Flat Fook 2T, cat, 4.x. in the Count) "i Had.-. Slatu of Florida, as .llllii a, ed in 1', nil 1. ati No 1205. The a• III. -nt ..f .-aid property undei the said certlflcati Issued was In the name ..I Mildred A. Naomi Brown. I..,11 in in Inc., lili-ek 2. l.ss Lots 1 t.. T in,-.. Block 2. Morgan Hill. Flat Look 2i. Page 1. iii the County ..f Had.', stat.of i-iuri.ia. aembraced in Certificate No, :;.':::',. The assessment of said propert) under tinsaid certificate Issued was in the name of Pelican Land Co., Inc. Lots 11 to ix inc., Block 2. Morgan mil. I'lat Book 21. Pag-e 1, in the Count) of Dade, State of Florida, as • lulu need in 1 nil 1, ..i. No '.'.' '.1 Th.assessment ol -aid property undei 1 li.-aid Issued w as in ih.nani. .,1 Pelican Land Co., cm 1. Block '. l'.a> Hard) Sub-Plat, I'lai Book 6, i 'age 65, In 1 hi 'ount) if I >a.l.-. Sl il. ... Florl la. a• 111Itraced in 1 \ The in. nt of s.i nl prop rt) ilfl.l.' ih.-aid certificate Issued was the name d Salyadm AKiiilar, LEGAL NOTICE s .;" 'i l.nt .. Bale Sul... Flat Hi' 83, I' -. T'I. in th.Count) Dad State of Fl la, as embraced Certificate No. 3834. Tina-s.-in. in nf -.ml propert) undi • %  the an certificate issued was in the nai nf Joseph M. Galeano. l.nt 1. F.I,.. k •;. Highland F.I.. P Book 2. I'..-.' 13, in the C ,unt) Dade, state of Florida, aembrac. in C. tiflcati N" 3989 Tinassent, ut >.f .-aid property under the an certificate issued was in ine nai uf Tin F. ,u 1. .V Whit. Ri alt) CO Lots ii. T a x. Flunk I-I. Aline Bgli %  n in Fl Al Suh Flat Funk B, I'n' -T. and F'at 1 k ii. Page 13, In tl Count) "\ Dade, State uf Florida, %  embraced In Certificate Nn. :tfT I'll.a--, .-nn nl of said property u .1. r th.S.II.I certificate Issued in tinname of Martin Si.lmw ln< Lot 8, Block •:. Dale Miller Trai Flat Foul, 2, Page Tu. Ill tin CoiNi ..f Dade, stat.of Florida, as en braced in Certificate No. 1024). Tl assessment of said property mnl the -aid certificate issued was In il nani..-I Win A; Ida MeehloWltS. Lot Hi. Block 18, Dale Mill, r Tra. Flat Book 2, Page Tn. in tinCoUBI ,,f I'a.I,-. Slat, ,,f Florida, as en i.' 1 in Certificate No. 1061. Tl assessmenl of said property und. the ssi,I certificate issued was in tl • name "f Annie Johnson. Lots |, ,x 10, Flunk 28, Miami Suilt Flat Book II. Page 41. in the Com u of I'.d.. st.u. nf Florida, us en braced in Certificate No. -t 1 > %  Tl assessmenl of said property ond. ih, -aid certificate issu.d was in tl name ..t Bui • -" '"' %  • sat e. Lot IT. Block '-'x, Miami Beach In %  provemenl Co Suh. I'lat Monk Page x. in iinCounty uf Fade, sta' ol Florida, as embraced in Certli cate N... 4536, Th,assessment 1 -ai.i property nnder the said ..-itii ,.ii. Issued was in tinnanio 1 Suesse Soclete De Placements. Lot ... Block 3, Coral Gahl.-s DoU) Ins. •• i'lat Fook 2".. I'.^K•' %  '. th.Count) .a Dade, Stat.of Floi i.i.i. aembraced in Certificate N r,720 Tin a--.s-in.-nt nf said prO| ;-t\ under I in-aid certificate I sued was in Mi.name of Jaime Sai ,xw '.imllll.l. s .; 1 of w',nf Nl-: 1 of NI: 1 ,, Set imn -.'i. Township 55 South, Ram: ::: Bast, containing l". acres mm --. in ih.County nf Dade, sta• .a ilorlda, aembra. 1 d in Certli .atu No. 6304. Tinassessment 1 -ant propert) under th,said .-.iii' cate Isaued • as i" 'inname %  Paradise Memorial Gardens Inc. w .f NI:', ..f xw', of NW, • NW', less B 25 ft .v N il". ft. Beotio 1. Township '•"' smith. Range 10 Bast containing .93 a,-res more or l.ss, i th.Count) Of l'ad.-. State of FlOl ula. aernbraoed in (Vrtlflciit,N..'.2'.. Tin assessment of wild proi .tty under the said certificate i-11.-.1 was in ih.name of Hayet I Wood .v.w pmrlcla it. l.ot >:. clunk 1. Bett) l.n Hum. -11. Flat Book I.. Page 11. m th.Count "i Dade, stai.of Florida, us embraced in Certificate X... 7552. Th aasesamenl .-f said property undih.said certificate issued WHS In th num. ..f Rebecca Mills \John A Mills. Fill.---. .! -I in ,i. -hail li. deemed according to law. the prop %  tty described herein will be sold t Hi.highest I d'l. 1 at tl,.Court H0114ooi "ii Hi.' fii-i Monda) in the montl "t Ma) V I >. 1964, w hi. h la th.Ii da) m May, A.D. 1964 Dated this ::-i day of March, A.D v.1 i: 1: LEATHER.M \N. Clerk 111. 1 .ul. 1 "ounty. Florldi ,l) It M 1.1:1 -.FKIi. 1 .. i.iity Clerk 1:



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Friday. April 10, 1964 —Jen>l3ir fhricKan LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNT/. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 2581 > 11!.I" FBI 'KRAI. SAVINGS AND !.( IAN VHKl "'I ATI' IN IF HAMMONTON, a I'nlted States irf America % %  •: poi .i Ion, I'liiin'ilt. vs ii • LEWIS .'ml I IRI 'Til V l„ B\\ IS, hi* Ifc el ill. I 't-fi'iiiii ntit. NOTICE OF SUIT %  i Ted i %  wl* .n"i I>nrth> l. Le IH, MI',. I: -si. ;> 'in-, %  I'nkonwh, if remarried their unknown *i t>< %  living and %  < 'lead, the unknown heirs, devisee*, grantees, assignees, niira, creditors, ti usti. > or other claimants claiming by, through, unr ag i Inn) .• n\ .t the H h -\. named ,l, t, ndanta w ho :'i e deceB ied Von HI • %  hi ri b> n'i Ifled tli.it the Hlmve captloned action hai been In* stituted against you In the i 'i I Court of the Kleventh Judicial Clicull of Florida %  t and for Dade Coun%  \ in foreclose .• mortgage upon the follow HK deal rlbed real prop, rl ) : \,<\ SI. Block 3211 ITRTIKK PARK, ii, %  cording i %  • the ri.it thereof, ai recorded In Plal Hook 3d .-it Page ..i th, Public Records • file your M -ii. r :.. plnlnllff'a complaint wi n ...•• Clerk of the nroresald Court, and serve a copy Hi. reof upon plaintiffs attorney MARTIN I INK, mi! Fl -. Hade Federal Building. Miami 52, Florida nut later than May 4ih, 18(4, ..i II Decri. Pro fonfeaso will be ent. ,1 against yon. %  KTED: March SI, 19(4. H B 1,1 :.\ THF.R.M \N Clerk of th, i'Ircult i'ourl %  %  ill) By: i". P. i i IPELAND Deputy Clerk M VRTIN 1INK Miorney for Plaintiff %  llh Floor Hade Federal Bldg. Miami 32, Florida l 3-10-17-24 r MUM Page 15 = BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62615 B IX UK: Kst.it. of II'MI'S AMBRl ISK I'. ceased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml t" -1 toi Bnd All I'. I-.,,,II ,, ii claim* ..I i lemanda Agalnai Said F.*tntc: I re hereby notified ami re• %  tnj cli ,tM~ ;in.| rtVII lid* II III. Il \ ..II in |\ |, ,. %  ;|-;ii|ivt tate of .III.us IMRROSE de' • ~" 1 'ate of I '.i.i,. i 'ountj. F Ida County Judgi of 11,1,1. • Cnun" % %  i""l file the Mini, in duplicate provld. d in Section 7: : 16, II Statllt—>, in Hi, || nff|ci III un 'nurt house in Dade r,,u,|. U Florida, within Mix call n il a r months from thi time ol the liisi %  "" %  i' %  or Hi. game will I.. I'urred Dated al M ami Flo-Ida, thil duj ol Man h, A I 1961 VKR \ KHKBHART As Fixerutl i\ 1 t pub on ..f tliis nol n the Srd day of April, lol M WIKI. l.rilKI, Attorney f,,! Executrix I ith Floor I >., !. %  i-, derul Bldg .Miami, F lot Ida 4 S-10-17-J4 IN THF COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62.525--A j In RK: KMate of I'ACL A MACARl IFF Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* .. T .. 1 \M persons Hav* ng 1 'I "us or 1 mills Against > M I .'.-lilt. Vou are hi n by nol 1 .. I and re|Ulr< 1 to pi e*< nt un> claim* anil denial .1 In. Ii 1 ..a may lm\. igainsl •!>• %  st.11,. ,.f CM 1, \. MAl'AltoFF di •'• .is, .1 late of 1 lade 1".-• 1 n t y, 1 loi Ida, to the Counts Judgi ol 1 ude County, and file the sami ate and us pro*, ld< l in ; • m 731 16, Florida Statutes, In thi Ri e* is the Counts '' > 1 house In 1 >aili 1 'ounty, FI01 Ida, u ithin nix lendar month* from the time "t* the t'it-t publication hereof, or thi will be barred. Dated .11 Miami, Florida, tin19th daj of March, A 11 v.: 1 l.i:i IN \ RPSTK1N As Aiin Inlstrator Ptlblll .1 I :<•!! Of thi> II"' Ice "11 thi 27th day of March, 1(64 l.l.'i >N A KPSTKIN Attornej for Administrator 42fl Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida :: ::. 1 1IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62697 C IN RE: Estate ..1 TM.I.Ii: HIRSCH 1 >. cea sed NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1.. \li Creditor* and All Persona Hav. mg 1 laima or Demands Againal Said Katate: ) HI are hereby notified ami re* lulred '•• i"' 111 ai v claim* and dcinanda which you ma; have again*) %  ''•' ol Til. I. IK HIRSCH o..eased tote of Dad e County, Florida, "" %  !•""'"> • ge* ,.i Dude Co inand file the sum. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I1TH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 3299 I I MISS Mll.'ii: \\l. Plaintiff, Ri >Br:RT' R ETK and DEI.I \ iETE, Inwife nnd VVINi IN \ IVVK8TMENT CtlMI'ANV, a l-'l. rliln coniorai on, I •• f.n. units. NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION TO ROBKRTO 1: 1 IZKTK nnd I'KI.IA 11ZKTK, hi* wife, ami VVINON \ INVESTMENT roMPANV Iti si,1. 11. ,cii know n V"i VND EACH OF Y"l\ M:I: HEREBY NOTIFIED thai .1 Bill ol Complain) t.. foi. loae .1 Hi n on • 1..in mortgage* on the following •. %  1 %  ii..1 propertle*, to-wll: 11 1 Mortgage from \\ llllam Dnyoub and Jouephlna Dayoub, Ins wife. In RnBKRTti 1: .'/.I:TI: and i'i:i.i \ OZKTIS, his wife, dated .1.1111 11 ( .. I'"'-:, and recorded In 1 Is Book 2MB, al Page 10, ..1 the Public Reci rd* ..t I *di Counts FI01 Ida, encumbering the following den%  ii.. ii pro|ierts to-wlt: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HISREBY I1IVEN thai the undei -1. n. d, de*li ing to 1 ngi jn inisii e** iui.l. %  1 he in tit loua na of CHATE.VL' APARTMENTS I.V.T-I.V." I-: iclid \\. nue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to 1 1 -•1 .1 11.in.1 '.. Ii ii t..., 1 i. rk of the Circuit Com 1 of I lade Counts PI01 Ida. HI'S KIKI.ANH M"l.l.ll-: Kl KI.ANIi RICH \I!H \NELSON, B0.1 Lincoln Road, Miami B< .11:1. F .1. Attornej-a h at. au Apart tin nl .: %  : t 51H-17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dcxlring t,, engage In iiiisin. -s .111.1.1 ih, f|< liti.nis name ol KS1.111HK FOR HIFTS in Dade County, Florida, Intend t.. register said num.with Hi,Clerk of the Circuit ''•' %  %  1 Bade County, Florida. KSi.iriKK Foil HIFTS, INC. .-< l-'l. rlda corporation, 1 'win 1 of I:SI.HII:I.: m >R 1 iiFTS SIDNEY 1:1 Kl INSON Attorney foi Ewiuire for tllfta, Inc. 241 Security Trust Bids;. Miami 32, I-1..1 da : ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ^Jenisti fhridHan solicits your legal noticM. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates niul Fit 3-4605 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH 5 ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 1445 I :t -1 • i ] T I .1 KANTERand i.Kn KARPUSx i Plaintiff*, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS FIERklBY lilVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in i.n-im-s under the flctltloua name ..r SOCTHBAST CASUAL Fl'ltNITI'RE CO., at '.Tnl Northeast 4th Avenue, Miami, Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of tinCircuit Court of Dade County, Florida t'KBl' RATTAN OF FLORIDA, INC I'kK"' HAHN, are hereby notil HOWARD i: HIRSCH that a suit has been filed in I hi ab At tomes t.,r I'.I.II Rattan ..f styled C 'I againal >-ou hj the Pl Florlila, Inc. tirfn. I. .1. KANTBR and I.EO KAI :: %  •--' i S-10 I.I:S. which S-III.I s-nit ha* been hi tntt-il for the purpose of < l ln' IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT of b-ase agreement dated Dtcembi IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IMI, together with option t" pnreli FLORIDA, IN PROBATE the following described property. No. 62391 A wll : DADE AITii PARTS, IXC .i FtorMa corpoi ntion, el al. I lefendanu NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tn n:\'Ni; HAHN and MILDRK IIAIIN. his wife : %  :.::. %  Buford Highway. N.I-:. Apartment 2 A tin nla. i hi,ruin Yor, IRVINtl HAHN and M In RK K*( ,.. i .-AMI l-l. I. CCRTIS, Heci .i-.l. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'n VII I'n lltoi* and All Persont lli' "'i 'limnor I •• nniliiK A S I ill K-! %  You ire notll led nnd r.-qulred (.. present nns claim* and de"i nd* w h. h .II i hn i< % %  .•-.%  'hi estal SAMl'l-:i. I. CCRTIS ed ., %  I lade i >. F'loi Ida, in the 'mintv .1II Igi ol I • di Counts', and file the sami In • nte ,ni.I ;i• ii I.I. I In Seel il utes, in tlu ii offlci in %  he County Con ihousi In i 'aile 'ounty, lloi Ida, Ithin *ix i .i!. ndar month* from tin linii ..t the firl i.ni.'i. -.itioii hereof, or the name ".!! be burred. Dated at M I Ida, this 12th ., ol Man \.D I'.m i BICll I'HA CCRTIS BKRTIIA CCRTIS. nlmi known .is 1:1 i.-i ni: i •; KTIS \s I '\. III M\ Finn imi.li.. ni .n ..i tiiis notice on the jntli ii.-iv of Man h, IHS4. Lot l>. I'.lo.-!, IS, WINONA PARK ARON'OVITZ. SILVER & SCHER FIRST ADDITION, aeeonling to the | Attorney* for I •, i-uti \ Plat thereof as re %  • iv,. a popy .,r >, ur An.-", r or i'leadi.i ",.i h '' l!1 %  Complaint on the i-,^"vV ffl ; "orney, Edward liiis.,k. .," r "' w s l 7lh Sl • Miami, Florida •""i file the original Answer .., %  Pleading in m.. office of the ch-ik of the "nit court oi, r before the ith V %  ; "' M '-. : '"' if you fail to do s... "• %  nt by default Mill be taken 'you f.n the relief demanded in the Bui oi C implalnt. ... '" |M '"" %  hall be published onoe ,''%  .,!','.'' r conaei ntlve weeka '"THR JEWISH Kl.'KM n AN %  AND l:|.|'l;i:i, A | Miami, J j "la. Il,,s 1st das Ol April, A. I'. E. B. LBATHBRMAN, Oerk 1 ifciiit Court, Dade County, Florida ''' Bj K M. I.Y.MAN ii, II.,,, '' '""> Clerk JJ'W Ann HUSAK !; N.W 7th Ht. Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 4/3-10-17-24 Ml !l lii—thi i aaalgns, Plaintiff, Vs. %  UiMELO SANCHEZ, I t n\. t ..I, I lefendant*. NOTICE OF SUIT Book IT, at Pas;' 4!', of the Piihli Record* of i'.ni.Rounly Florida: tog< i li. i\\ Ith all Improvements, furniture, fixtures and all other chattels, n.m or hereafter contained thi rein: I.'I Morigagi from Antonla Harcla and nioria Uai-cia, his wife, in favor ni ROBERTO i: OZETE and DELIA i'/,i:i'i;. hi* uif,.. dated January ... ]:"'.:', red rd< •! in %  Ifflclal Records i'.....k mil, at Page 167, of the Public i:... ..ni„f Bade County, Florida, encumbering the follow inn described property, t"-wit: I...t 12, BliH-k IS, WINONA PARK FIRST AUDITION, i %  ling t.. the Plat thereof aa recorded in Plat Book IT .it Page II'. of the Publ c R nlof Dade County, Florida; togi thi r ii %  ili nil ImpriM in. IHS. fumitirre, fixterea and all other chattel*, now or hereafter contained therein: .lias been filed agalnai you and yon are required !•• si r> %  • .i cops ol in*w< i or othi r pleading !•• the Kill of Complaint niton SIH1NDER and i:l.' iM, Attot %  the I Ma ntiff, N E 12Jth > i. .t. Noith Miami. nbla, ml file the •• iglnal answei hi i plead ng In the Offli • %  of the I Clerk of i he i •licull Court In Miami, l-'lori.i;.. on :: 2"-2i I I I" i.... IS and SI, les* II F.I Kin hi of-\i is. ..toI all of l...is i i .'•>. both inclusive. In PARAVII. HEKD'TS ADDITION, Rlnek according lo the Plal • hi I eof .-..nl. .1 in PI it Book I. al of ih. "..'ti,. R, ni ,|„| |) Com %  da. Y' H \ RE RKQI 'IRED • %  -• %  v copy of v our in-iv... .,r ol In i.i. I %  r.,n 1 %  24Ti s... MI ii\ Ti 0*1 Bulidl Miami 32, l-'l %  •• %  da, and f le t he oi Inal In the offl ...f the Cli %  l< nl ni"" • "ourl on or hi fon thi Ith %  nl \l.i' ". I, nd if ion fail to do %  idgnn nt hs dcfnull i ll tal •i for thi man in the 'omnialnl ThiNotice hall he ptiWI 'eld • % %  each w • -u '• r I %  const cut we in THI: i F:\VISH FMIRIDIAN. DATED in Miami, Dade Coin Florida, this 27th day of March, E. Il I.I: \I'III:I:M \N I '|. i k of the i 'Ircult i "ourl is, ,iii Bv: i' P I'I IPKI.AN; i '• null Clerk V \ Rl IN M KANNER 215 s. : ii i ir i-t Bldg 12, Ii.i. IIt .!-':.' I-' I 5-111 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD C'AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 2776 lUS.-KI.I. ||. .IIINKS. Plaintiff, -VBMINNII.or .li INKS. Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Yi'l', MINNILOI' JUNES, 1415 JPn i Attornev Street, Dun,-.in. Oklahomn, are re317 Biscayne Bldgr. quired t>> file your answer to the Complaint for Divorce with the Clerk of th.above styled court and aeive i P.v thereof upon il.AIIH: M. BARNES, :•": %  Calumet Bldg., Miami, F'la on or bef the 20th das ol April, 1964, otherwise the complaint ill be taken a nfessi il by s u. I '.it. .1 this I2th daxi ol Ma eh, I ".l K II LE \ rHERMAN, "lerk of %  .-. ii Bs. c. i.. AI.I:.\ \.\I.I.I:. I put} Clerk B-27 l I in NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY I:I\ FON I ndi rslgned, desiring to %  ngnp. h II* n— under the fictitious name NATIONAL FOOD MARKET at Dougla* Road, Miami Intends to r. %  -*• i said name with th,Clerk of Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Flor FAIR-DEAL MARKETS", INC A F'la. Corp. HERBERT II. WILENSKY I I S-10-17 TO: I'Mt.Mi:,.,. .-.,.<• niv. .nol ii. r i.i ,.n .-• hefiHe Hie 27th dnv of DA SANCHEZ, h %  If N :. •..,-,. ,,,„, ,-wis.if i..,! faj -.' ng, Including any unknown so do, .• I •• ree Pro Confesso will be slums,.* of said Defendant* if I entered agulnsi you for thi relief deihey hav... ... rled, and II dead, mund< I In the Hill of Complaint DATED nl Miami, Florida, th their unknown heirs, devisees, tnti. s. asslg n. es, i red i enora, trust' es, ami .ill othi : ni .ti. ':i imlng i>\. thmugh, undei or agalnsl these 11< fendairs, whose n nidi nci a are unl,no\\ ni YOB ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tii.it a suit has in. n btought e you bs i. K Ulei on JR., as Administrator "f Vet .,iAffairs, an Officer ..f the United st.it. s of America, amI his sin-.-, ssors in such office, and Ills or their asalgna, to fore%  i— ,i mortgage %  imsoerlng the following deaeribed pr#>|ierty, to-wlt: l...t !'. in Block '.. of 1'AUcl. CITY LAKE STEVEN ESTATES, ac%  "Ming to th,pMt thereof, .is recorded in Plat Itook 65, at |. it:.. Ill, of the public record* of Dade County, Florida: TOGETHER WITH: (i. I-:. Refrigerator RA 11T; and you are re<|tnTM to file your answer with the Otevk of the Circult Court of I '.I.li County. Florida, at tinCourthoua da} of March, 1984 i: l: I.KATHKKMAN 1 "li i i< of ih, i'Ircult i '..nit Dude County Florida By: C. I\ Cl IPELAND I >, puty Clei k 3 27, 4 3-10-17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62428 B In RE: FTstute i t NETTIU i'i..s|i|:i!. I 'i cea M .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS i"o \i| i • n. I All IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUSIN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61480-C In RE: Estate of BARB \ R \ ANN Ml IROAN Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To \ i %  .it-.i and All Persona II ng *. Una ur I lemanda A gainst s i' tati You are hereby notified and • i'i -I n t .my claims and i mand* w hlch i ou ma \ h* vi agal thi state of KARBARA A N.N MO %  : \ v il, aw .1 Int.. of Dade Com I lorlda, to the County Judgea of Dl County, and file the sunn, m ,im %  ate i .iprot Ided In Si ol i ii Statutes, In their i flee* in the i'. .nnu i '..in tbouse Dade County, Florida, within six Perwona eiular months from the time of IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62709 B IN RE: K-tnt. f I'VII' I'HII.I.IPS .is, .1. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To \M i'r.-.lii.,innd \!l P< raona H ivHL: I'l.iinis ..ii Demands Against s.ii.i Estate: Yon rhereby notified ami required to prew at any olalma and demaiuls which you may havi .i ra4nsl it..I DAVID I'llll.l.IVs deceased Hrte of Dade Counfv, Florida, H.i\ m; claims or I lemanda Again*! Vou %  -. hen by notified and relo pi • -. it .in; claims and deal md* i, in. h ou in.ii have against the estate of NETTIE CENDER %  I .it...t I 'ade Co ii.i> Floi lila, to Hi, County Judge* of Hadi County, and fill the *nme In dupll| KoVNER 'ftMANNHELMER '.:;'' %  •" %  IH-.i\lded in Section 7:1.1.18, Attornes* for Administratrix Florida S> il -. in th. It offli • in the Counts i II %  house In I lade i 'o inin-: publlcal "u hereof, or f itsl will be barred. Dated nt Miami. Florida, this 2 Mai %  11. A.l'. I'"'.4. \\N MORGAN \Administratrix Firsl ;• i n tt. .n ol this notice thi 27th das of March, l#64. to the County Judges of Bade Counat the i ourthouse In Miami, Florldu, I ty, and fib the sami in dtmll.ati and on or before April i'n, intii. ami to R provided in Secrinn 73J.I, Florida serve a copy of *u,-h aeavwer upon Plaintiffs attorney, DAVID P. CATSMAN, Mhos.addresa is loi East FlagUr Strict. Miami .;:'. Florida, on %  •< before said date, ... required by the lawa of Floi Ida It \ ..u fall to do the compUrtm wll] be taken H feaaed bj you and .i l •• %  %  i %  • %  Pro Con* fosso will be entered agulnsl .< foi th. relief demi nded in the • on Plaint DATED this 13th day of M IM4. E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the I Sn ull i "o n t I %  ni,. County, Florida Bs C. P COPELAND Deputy Clerk DAVID P. i A is.MAN 101 Baal Flagler Street Miami SJ, Floi Ida J. -'II-.'T I Statutes, In thi Ir offices In 'he cntintj Courtl we In Dade County, WOP* Ida, within -i\ calendar nlhnths from the time of th,. first pulllicntion herei f, or tin sum,, will h.. bain d. i '..I. .1 ..t Miami, Florida, tl March, \ I' 1064 BYRTHA MAE PHILLIPS CITY NATION \l. BANK HP MIAMI BEACH • h The North Shore i lank BS I I \ I ';. o. Viet Pn *ldi nl and Trust i Ifflcer \s l'.\, 111!., l" i -t public I'.IOII of this n. • the Srd dav of \o il laCi IRV1NB I'VI'KN LAW ii|'l-'|ii:s I t.. i i' \, 11 ln.i (lodfri j Road, Miami ih .1. h, llorlda 4 ::-!"17 24 I ty, Florida, within si\ calendar months from the time of the firs* rrahlli atlon hereof, ut ; %  -.mi, will h. barred. :"" i 'up. nt Piasa Center Miami. Floi Ida :'. L'T. I/S-H NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 11 i hi ted .it Miami, Florida, this 13th the undersigned, desiring to engage das of Mm i II. \ 11 i*t)|, ISIl'uKi: I'KNI ii;i; \ s Exei utor Fin the 20th das ol March, l64 FREDERU-K ZKKiFTR At tot nes tor Isldoi •• Cender 4II Lincoln Road .1 20-27 4 :i-10 bu*fne** under the fictitious name I'KN i'i: il. TR \INlNi; CICNTER 2(1 N E, 2th Street, Miami. Florl publlcatjon of this notice on mis t-. register said nln with thi derk ..f the Circuit Court i >ade '".nit \, Florida. EUGENE MAULER 1/20-21 I :t SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR RUBBER STAMPS Corporation Seals and Supplies CHARLIE MERZ, Owner 613 Ni. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034 I



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Friday. April 10, 1964 Jfew**#? ftcridiain Page 11-B Temple Menorah Reelects Revitz To Fifth Term Left to right are Dr. Paul Csonka and Eugene DuBois, who will be featured at a meeting of Temple Israel Sisterhood on Wednesday noon in Wolfson Auditorium. Mrs. Henry J. Nelson has arranged the program. Dr. Csonka. born in Vienna and founder of the Salzburg Opera Guild, was conductor of the Havana Symphony. A pianist and conductor of the Opera Guild of Greater Miami, he recently won a $25,000 television prize for his knowledge of opera. DuBois was concertmaster of the Columbia Broadcasting Symphony Orchestia and Chicago Lyric Opera prior to moving to Miami, where he became concertmaster of the University of Miami Symphony. He has appeared throughout Florida in recitals and chamber music ensembles. Florida Bar Will Convene on Beach Members of the Dade County and Miami Beach Bar Associations are coordinating plans for the I itl annual convention of the Florida Bar to be held at the Ameri..iii.i Motel from May 6 to 9. Harry Zukernick has been named convention chairman by Delbridge L. Gibbs, Jacksonville, president of the Florida Bar. Miami lawyers serving on the ('(invention Committee are Louis i.illman. Julian R. Benjamin, Peter T. Kay. Judge Gerald J. Klein. Walter C. Keener and Sam I. Silver: from Miami Beach, deorge i Alboum, Fred R Baisden. Mrs. Dons Weinstein Sirkin. CWGen.V NOW OPEN at 11:30 a.m. DAILY V' for LUNCH i HARRY ZUKERN/CK CREAMED CHICKEN •1.65 la Kin D .oi Potato* STUFFED CABBAGE Hungarian fS|^|Q BCEF GOULASH Broad Noodles J or, Fresh Vefetablt I.6U NtONI Flnc.k. > • %  V.f.l.tll. AMI* Sauce POT ROAST •1.85 Sandwiches Steaks, Soups, (•lads Daily Specials Cocktail* CHANDLER'S *21 st STREET pff COLLINS' MIAMI BEACH Jfc 8-0523 Nelan Sweet and Raphael K Yunes, Mrs. William C. Gaither, Coral, Gables, is chairman of the Ladies Activities Committee. Annual meeting of Florida lawyers and Judges opens officially OP. Thursday. May 7, and continues through Saturday. May 9, j with business and continuing legal education sessions, committee meetings, and meetings of law school alumni and legal groups.j Two pre convention legal educa tion institutes are scheduled lor Wednesday May 6. An annual dinner dance, with entertainment, will climax the convention activities Saturdaj evening at the Americana Maurice Revitz was elected president for a fifth term of Temple Menorah at the congregation's annual membership meeting. Sol Frankel was elected to the vice presidency, succeeding Leonard Solomon. Other vice presidents are Abe Selecoff, Morris Black, Sam Fuehs, Harry Rosen feld and Leonard Rosen. Elected to serve as officers of j the Temple are Louis DcCovcny. | i treasurer; Jack Burstein, secre-1 tary; Louis Reinstein, linancial secretary; Joseph Denmark, as-i sistant financial secretary. Max Krauss. past president of the Temple, was ayain elected to serve as honorary president Seagrams Names New Officers Bernard Tabbat has been named executive vice president of Seagram Distillers Company, succeed-. iug Francis W. Fitzmaurice. For. the past two years, Tabbat has been executive vice president of Calvert Distillers Company, an other sales company of Joseph E. Seagram £ .-mis. inc. Arthur F. Murphy has been promoted to executive vice president ol Calvert Distillers, succeeding i, bat. He has been \ ice president and general -ales manager oi the Calvert company for the last two j ears. Murphy has also been elected a director of Joseph E. Seagram & Sun-. Inc., the wholly-owned U.S. subsidiary of DistillerCorpora turn Sea-rains Limited oi Canada Both Tabbat and Murphy were directly concerned with the planning and introduction last year of Calvert Extra, regarded as the most successful launching of a new brand in the liquor industry since World War II. Tabbat joined Seagram-Distill ers Company in 1946 BS a field marketing researcher. Subsequently, he became market analyst, director of sales training and assistant to the executive vice pie[dent and later executive vice president and also director of marketing of Seagram-Distillers. Murphy joined Seagram-Distill ers Company as a sales representative in Connecticut in 1946. Subsequently, he was assistant state manager for Connecticut, Rhode island state manager, Eastern Division brand manager for Seagram's VO Canadian Whisky and Seagram's Extra-Dry Gin. Elected to serve as members of, man, Milton Singer. Leonard Si the Board of Directors are Mich'"• Murray Weil, Dr. Sigmit acl Bronstein. llimen Fenster, Morris Hock. David Weinman,, Installation of the newiy-ele Jack I. Korenblit. Joseph Man.-ed ollicers and board membc bach. L'berto Orvieto, Harry Ros• will take place at Friday Dig enfeld, Sam Schiffman, Al Sher-' services, Apr. 24. GOING TO THE World's Fair?| GO FREE! ALL EXPENSES PAID ROUND TRIP FOR 2 7 DAYS IN NEW YORK FOR WORLD'S FAIR AT THE FABULOUS AMERICANA HOTEL FLY EASTERN FIRST CLASS JIT VISIT CHIPPY'S AND GET YOUR FREE COUPON AT CASHIER DRAWING JUNE 15th, 1964 RestautaftifSZJ, Pantry 101 MIRACLE MILE "ON THE CORNER" CORAL GABLES Now Open Victor Bidonc's Where fleoonce in Dining is A Tradition 1045 -95th STREET BAY HARBOR ISLAND RESERVATIONS: UNion 5-8224 Continental TOT Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MiTZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue Miomi's Only "Shomcr Shobbos" Restaurant Quality Par Excel/, nee 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 Original H0FFMANS CAFETERIA • SERVING THE FINEST IN FOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR ORGANIZATIONS, GROUPS, PARTIES, ETC. OPEN All YEAR 1450 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. KING ARTHUR'S COURT The STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Ron • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner THE LERNERS Catering for All Occasions FAMOUS WASHINGTON AVE. Jfesfeurant JE 1-3967 MIAMI FACILITIES BEACH IDEY.\B:KS M icve I IIAII/V 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. E0R BEAUTIFULLY CATERED ArfAIRS CRYSTAL ROOM of the LOMBARDY HOTEL SAND-ELL TU3D CATEUEttS Coll Mr. Weiss UN 6-6226 If No Answ.-r Call UN 6-527S MICHEL'S Kosher Restaurant CATERING FOR All OCCASIONS BAR MITZVAHS OUR SPEOAITY 940-71st STREET, NORMANDY ISLE UN 6-6043 "The Nonpareil of Kosher Restauroni%" KL HAT! IlltO SPANISH RESTAURANT Specialty of the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA" OPEN 11 A.M Til 10 P.M. DAILY 2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone NE 3-9496 TASTY SHOPPf, INC. 1727 Coral Way, Miami HI 4-8652 Open from 7 AM. to 8 P.M. Specializing in a Complete Line of Jewish Meals at Popular Prices. Visit Our Delicatessen i Appetizing Take-Out Depf. TZIMMES GEFILTE FISH FLANKEN ROAST CHICKEN POTATO KUGEL ROYAL HUNGARIANS RESTAURANT I 731 WASHINGTON AVE. 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fttoe i or: Jage 6-A *Jeist fkrktian Friday. April 10, \%, Jack Popick (right), Miami Beach business and communal leader, discovers that Miami's hotels have nothing on this one—the new 400-room 17-story Hilton, now rising on the Tel Aviv seashore. PoDick, who returned from Israel last week, surveys the site with Shimon Horn, vice president of the Israel Investor's Corooration, major investor in the American Israel company which initiated and is developing the Tel Aviv-Hilton project. Popick, who serves as financial secretary of Temple Emanu-El, is also a member of the Board of IIC, Hebrew University in Jerusalem and the Israel Bond campaign. ATLANTA EXECUTIVE Fahn to Speak Before Broward County JFCS Kn Fahn, executive director of Jewish Children's Service of Ati. nta, Ga., will be guest speaker at the second annual meeting of JFCS of Broward County on Sundaj evening. 8 p.m.. at Temple Beth El in Hollywood. Fahn will discuss "Today's Chii— Tomorrow"s World."' The guest speaker holds a Master's degree m social work from the New York School of Social Work. Columbia University, and is a mber of the Academy of Certified Social Workers. He is a pa si faculty member of the Department of Sociology at the City College of New York. El/ FAHN Reform Rabbis Hear Noted Bible Translator By Special Report SARASOTA — Reform rabbis from five southeastern states were told this week by a noted Biblical scholar why a new translation ol the Torah was necessary. Rabbi Bernard .1 Bamberger, ol Temple Shaaray Tefila, New York City, a member of the committee which is making a new Jewish translation ol the Bible, the first part of which appeared in January. 1963. pointed out some ol the reasons for undertaking the new versions. Speakir.g before the Southeast Association of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, which held a regional seminar in Sarasota on Monday through Wednesday, Dr. Bamberger told the group that "anyone who has attempted to teach the Bible in one of the traditional English I translations has had the experi, ence that he must spend much time, not in explaining the Bible, but in explaining the English. "This is due not only to the i archaic language we have come i to think of as 'Biblical style,' but (also to the fact that curlier trans lations followed the word order I and idiom of the Hebrew original I too slavishly.'' Dr. Bamberger explained that "in their reverence lor the -acred text, they tended, as far as possible, to render it word for word." "In addition to providing a 1 translation that is more comprehensible because it is in idiomatic contemporary English." Dr. Hani 1 berger continued, "the translators have made full use of all the re. sources available for a more exact t rendering. They consulted the great Hebrew commentators of the Middle Ages, the works ol j more recent scholars, Jewish and %  C hristian, and the latest fit of archaeologists anil students ol Near Eastern languages try out your "will" m h NOW! With a Living Trust at Mercantile National Bank of Miam i Beach. you can observe our management of your trust property you can provide income for someone who now depends upon you for support... you can transfer property without publicity ... you can protect a reserve fund for your family that will not be" subject to future business ventures...and you may get beneficial tax treatment under certain conditions. If the results are not what you hope for, you can, change the plan or cancel it while you are living. For all the details, contact your lawyer and one of the Trust Officers of Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach. i>* t "i-, Soft Whiskey feels the way you always hoped whiskey was ( going to feel. But never did. MERCANTILE % NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH 420 LINCOLN ROAO MALL* PH. JE 8-7831 Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida 310 COUINS AVENUE Ph. 532-6491 MIAMI BEACH'S ONLY KOSHER NUKSING HOMl and HEALTH CEHTER OFFERING THE NEWEST APPROACH Total Care A Concept geared to Combine Social. Spiritual. Medical Needs of the inrt.vidual for the AQ'ng. Recuperative, and Chronically III. A Cheerful Home of Warmth with Every Convenience Including ilevator, Television, (fC. SIDNEY SIEGEL. Executive Director (Formerly Alt't. Director of the Brooklyn Hebrew Home £ Hopita for the Aged, Guarantees. UNDERSTANDING CARE') T,*CIRCUS INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Delivered Anywhere U S.A. Bushel $495 Half **** MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED BONDED-INSURED-GUARANTEED • 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710-FR 4-8783 FREE ORANGE JUICE •o PROOF MXNDEDWHISKEY 65e GRAINNEt rRALSPIRITSJ IWCALVERTDIS1 CO., LOUISVILLE Kv WE PACK EM RITE HEBE 8 AM TO 10 P M OAltY "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" AHOTHER LOCATION FOR YOUS CONVF.NIF.NCl COULTON BROS. is$T*1S%*K."tRSV •



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Page 10-B +Jet*isf> n-rirHe** *" Friday, April 10, 1964 Outdoor Activities Beckon'Fun in Sun' Planned by Camp Directors CAMP DIRECTORY FLORIDA amp Gan Israel of Florida lildren 6 to 16 Office at 918 6th St. and 1020 Michigan Ave Phones 532-5694, 534-0-121 Camp Ocala Boys and girls 5 to 16 Located in Ucala National Forest cated in Deland Heights. Deland Uri(e l5il N Bavshorc Ur Mlaml 0 miles from Miami I Or call FR 1 7858. FK 9-8601 < 'TFMPLE EMANU-EL DAY (AMP OUR SEVENTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR JUNE 15 to AUGUST 7 Under the Personal Guidance Of DR. IRVING LIHRMAN and Direction of MILTON FEINSTEIN 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 • ATHLETICS and SWIMMING • FIELD TRIPS and OUTINGS • DRAMATICS-SINGING and DANCING • WEEKLY SABBATH SERVICE ^OtM-A IN FLORIDA'S COOL OCALA NATIONAL FOREST At Cimp Ocala, your boy or girl (S-16) will enjoy the mojf fun-fiifed summer ever. Gain confidence learning new skills, too. Daily waterskiinq, swimming, and horseback riding—no extra charge. Trained by matwe counselor-experts (1 to every 3 children -triple the average). • Bcjlng. Tennis. Archery. Dnmatics. Team Sports. Riflery. Golf. Arts S. Crifts • Fulltime Licensed Physicnn ,ind 3 Registered Nurses O Fr day Night S.ilibath Services • Starts June 2A Full 8 or 4 Week Seasons • Call or Write for Full Details: 10t' OFFICE: 1451 N. BAYSHORE DR., MIAMI Ye r FR 1-7858 FR 9-8601 DIKECTORS: Dr Thee dore R. Struhl — Benjamin Miller Ma |Or Leonard Wollman — Robert H. Wollman S KY LAKE Oamjti HIOM IN TNf BLUI RIDOf MOUNTAINS •AUT||, OEOROIA FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, 7 to 17. Complete camp 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 STEINMETZ-Comp Directort-SID & MARILYN GREENSPAN Ph. 624-0692 P.O. Box 159, Miami 45, Fla. Ph. Wl 5-6904 4 "AN ADVENTURE IN HEALTH AND HAPPINESS' CAMP PINEWOOD HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. V' t y FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 5-17 2S00 ft. high in the grandeur of the Great Smokey Mountains, cool, invigorating healthful climate — 97 allergy free where the growth and development of each child is guided with love, experience and understanding mature, skilled counselor staff — Sabbath Services full cultural and athletic program — tutoring. CALL TODAY FOR ILLUSTRATED BROCHURE PERSONAL INTERVIEWS INVITED TNf DIRECTORS D-. ond Mrs. Donald D. Micfcefson Eli and Fran Meltzer MO 7-1808-MO 7-9784 JE 1-6776 JE 8-8696 A redned Member >l '.'4 Ass Grade "A" Rjti.ie \.C. board of Heahl Camp Menorah Summer Day-Camp Boys and Girls 3 through 9 Located 75th and Carlyle Miami Beach Call Temple OfficeUN 6-2156 Temple Emanu-EI Daj Camp Boys and Girls Contacl Milton Feinstein JE 8-2503 TENNESSEE Belle Aire Ranch Camp Boys and girls 8 to 17 and Camp Belle Aire lU.ys and girls 6 to 16 Located in Sparta Write Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Komisar, Directors I Route No. %  Sparta. Tenn. Local representative: Mrs. Betty Metlika i 3140 SW 15th St.. HI 3 3751 GEORGIA Sky Lake Camp* m Boys and girl 7 to 17 Located in Sautee Local representatives: Ira and Donna Steinmetz. 623-0692 Sid and Marilyn Greenspan, WI 5-6904 or Write P.O. Box 159. Miami 45 •157 NORTH CAROLINA Blue Star Camp j Girls and boys 7 to 17 Located in Hendersonville Write to Harry G. and 'Herman M. Popkin 1100 Crescent Avenue. N.E. Atlanta. Ga. Local representatives: Mrs. Lil Rosen, FR 1-8205 Mrs. Roz Sutta. HI 6-1846 Harry Kaplan. WA 2-1162, WA 3 Camp Judaea For boys and girls Located in Hendersonville ; Write George Stern, Director 5d Whitehall St. S.W. Atlanta :;. Georgia Local information: : Ph. 758-s;:85. JE 1-5556 Camp Pinewood Boys and girls 5 to 17 Lo< ated in Hendersom ille Call Dr. and Mrs. Donald D Michelson, Mil 7-1808, MO 7-9784 Ell and Fran Meltzer JE 11177b. JE 8 8696 CAMP MENORAH 75th & Carlyle Avenue Summer Day-Camp June 15 through August 7, 1964 3 year olds through 9 year olds from 9r00 a.m. %  4:00 p.m. HOT KOSHER LUNCHES FIELD TRIPS HEBRAIC ATMOSPHERE ALL CAMP ACTIVITIES HALF DAY AND FULL DAY PROGRAM Call Temple Menorah School Office, UN 6-2156 lor details and brochure. Temple Menorah Day Camp Camp Menorah, the Day Camp of Temple Menorah. 75th St. and Dickens Ave.. Miami Beach, will stress Hebraic atmosphere combined with the full gamut of camp activities. The camp, which is for children, between the ages of 3 to 9, will open on June 15 and run for eight weeks. The children learn simple Hebrew songs, prayers and phrases in a pleasant and interesting way through drama, crafts, play and song. The camp will use the facilities of the Normandy pool and swimming instruction will be given to i all children. A trained staff, with specialists in the various phases of camp ac%  tivities. will guide the campers. A i special attraction, bowling for old| er children, will be available. Kosher lunches will be served. Door-to-door transportation will! • be provided. Trips will be taken once a week to various points of interest and amusement in the Miami area. Interested parents may call the Religious School office at UN 6-2156. ... "A Summer Camping Adventure With a Purpose" BLUE STAR CAMPS GIRLS AND BOYS 7 TO 17 YEARS HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA (20 'nifes from Asheville in the Blue Ridge Mountains) Camoerj meet at nearby NEW all-weatner resort Airport 17 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 acre Private Estate with two lakes. Horseback riding. Creative Jewish program plus ALL usual camping activities. Six separate programs for different age groups. Resident physician. Tutoring available. Trips to Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains. Special preseason BASKETBALL CAMP. Request 44-page catalog. DIRECTORS OF BLUE STAR CAMPS WILL BE IN THE MIAMI AREA APRIL 5th and 6th. PLEASE CALL REPRESENTATIVES FOR APPOINTMENT. Writ* to FOUNDERS A DIRECTORS: Harry G. and Herman M. Popkin Full-time Winter Address: 1100 Crescent Ave., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30309 & CAMP JUDAEA OUR 11th SEASON FOR BOYS AND GIRLS BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. %  "-SOFIU UNIT i 6th 7th Gr.ide i WACHON (Leadership Train. ngi (Sth • 9th 10th Grade) pr-cr ftRi \IMT (4th 5th Gride' IN THE PICTURfSOUf BlUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS • ALL LAND .v WATER SPORTS • ARTS 4 CRAFTS • NATUR£ STUDY MUSIC -DRAMAT.CS • RESIDENT NURSES • Israel p > Activity. Pl.iy. Modern Hebrew. Daily and Sabl D'et.iry Laws Observed JEWISh TRADITION and SPIRIT OF ERETZ FEE: $235 Per Session, Plus $'0 Registration Fee Full Season. Plus $10 Registration Fee REGISTRATlO\ LMlTED TO 1 "0 CAMPERS FIRST SESSION BEGINS JUNE 24th Ends July 21 SECOND SESS.0N BEGIN JULY 23rd Ends Aug. 18 FULL SEASON BEGINS JUNE 24 Ends AUG. 18 SOUTHERN ZIONIST YOUTH COMMISSION Sponsored by HADASSAH 6. Z O A l|j A--' FOR INFORMATION AND CATALOGUE, WRITE GEORGE STERN, Director, SO Whitehall St. S.W., Atlanta 3, Ga. LOCAL INFORMATION: Ph. 758-8385 or JE 1-5556 BELLE AIRE RANCH CAMP and CAMP BELLE AIRE AT THE SUNSET ROCK DUDE RANCH SITE "ATOP THE COOL CUMBERLAND MOUNTAINS, SPARTA, TENN. 1 Belle Ain Ranch Camp FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 8-17 Specializing in • HORSEBACK RIDING • SHODEOS A ROPING • WEEKLY HORSEBACK TRIPS. OVERNIGHT TRA.L RIDLS O SWIMMING 4 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 (All Inclusive Fee) DATES: JUNE 6 to JULY 17 Camp Belle Aire FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 6-17 A Complete Camping Program • FOSTFRING o .ill the "ARTS' • WATER SPORTSATHLETICS • HORSEBACK RIDING RODSO ARENA • z DAY HORSEBACK TRIP • TR'P-OUTS (Canoeing. Etc.) • ARCHERY—RIFLERY FENCING Kosher Food Upon Request. Speciol attention to underweights. Registered Nurse on 24-Hour Duty. $400 for 5 weeks (All Inclusive Fee) DATES: JULY 19 to AUG. 23 For Full Information and Brochures CALL FLORIDA REPRESENTATIVE MRS. BETTY METLIKA, 3140 S.W. 5th Street, Miami Telephone HI 3-3751 OR WRITE MR. AND MRS. REUBEN KOMISAR DIRECTORS Winter Headquarters, Route No. 7, Sparta, Tann. YOUR SUMMER PROBLEMS ARE NOW SOLVED CAMP GAN ISRAEL OF FLORIDA Offers You the Opportunity of Sending Your ChiH to a Kosher Camp and at the same time he win be close fcy. FOR CHILDREN AGES 6-16 Centrally located in Deland Heights, Delano", Fla., 250 Miles from Miami 8 WEEKS, June 22 Aog. 16— $400 4 WEEKS ONLY $225 All KriVITIES • SWIMMING • S-OtTS • ARTS CRAFTS • PROffSSIONAl COUNSELORS • DOCTOR and NURSE All Those Registering Before April 10 are eligible for a 10% Diseeuaf. 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



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?ace 4-B 9>JeHistflcri(fi3r Friday. April 10, 19& Committee members at a recent planning meeting for the third : nnual "Sistie Awards" luncheon of the Sisteihood of Temple ieth Sholom. Standing (left to right' are Mrs. Abe Baker, Mrs. eon Unger, Mrs. Harry W. Greenberg, Mrs. Solomon Gold.an, Mrs. Jack Shapiro. Mrs. Benjamin Mandell. Seated are T frs. Samuel Hirsch. Mrs. J. Bernard Spector and Mrs. Norman Russ. Beth Sholom Sistie Awards' "hird annual "Sistie Awards" ;ed by the S >d of TYmple Beth Sholom was !d in the Sisterhood Loungi esday noon, act I) Mrs sident 5t( rh embers itstanding S4 n i< yeai and a cial feat the pr • i set to the music id of MUSH ation families of nple Br:. Sho Templi Bi th Sholom hji ;hi> year." explained Mrs "We at -! ajuiiversary. and we have : uni in checking our records .1 there are some TO member s whose children also are •mbers of the Temple, and who ve or have had grandchildren ending the Beth Sholom Reli. \i> School." J Bernard Spector is vice sident of Sisterhood in charge p-ograming. Rabbi Leon KronWomen's Board Meeting A board meeting at H> a.m.. followed by a general meeting .' noon, was conducted by Mrs Irving Firtel. president of Shore I nit Woman's Corps I I ancer or. ay at the a Hotel Mizrachi Projects Will Benefit Mizrachi projects in [srae • lei •... :.on on night Api 18 at Beth El Coi tion. 5 SW 17th A-.,. Highlight of the affair wi • of a week's stay ut the ShelH h. spiritual leader of the congregation, and Mrs. Kronish narrated the pageant entitled "The Third Generation." Technion Women Plans Installation Of Mrs. Sirkin Greater apter Women's Division of American Societj for Technion will hold its annual in sullation of officers on Friday at a luncheon at the DiLido Hotel. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. long active in community atfair? and a leader in support of Israel, will be installed as president. Mrs. Sirkin has been president ct Greater Miami Chapter ot Hada>sah. president of Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations, president of Greater Miami Jewish Community Centers, associate chairman for the I'nited Fund, campaign chairman for the Women's Division of Jewish Federation, member of the Budget Committees oi the United Fund and the Jewish Federation, and member of the Welfare Planning Council of Dade County Presently, she serves apresident of the Southern Section oi the Nat wish Welfare Board. and ia member : I board of JWB She is a mi ot the Miami Beacfc \ toriui and nt S • v. m en's Boar he Sociel MrGeorge %  ing Li hi insti Mrs. H MRS. MILTON SIRKIN Mt. Scopus Plans Bazaar Monday A countrj store and bazaar will } p.m., %  th David S Ha [ Mt. Scopus Gi : M ssal iirs. Mat Bur Mrs Jos ... ... %  -. Evening in Paris Saturday Will Benefit JFCS The projected Grou p Treatment lfo'iie' fb> %  EmOrWrrany-DisI Children of Jewish Pamilj Children's Service will be beneficiary of an "Evening in Paris'! cocktail party scheduled Saturday from 6 to 8 p.m. The function will be held at the home of Mrs. Monna T. Kline. S5IN) Flamingo Dr.. Miami Beach, in charge of tickets are Mrs. Em enc Katz and Mrs. Max Cogcn To be featured at the coi I party is an art shew. A two-week trip to Paris and London for two and valuable original oil paintings will be among prizes to be preRented at the Saturday evening function. First prize arangements are being handled by Farr Tours. Second prize will he an original work of art by Eugene Massin. whose pairings hang in the Ringling Museum and the Poses Art Institute at Brandeis University, among i ther galleries Third priz-' will be an oil by Alberto Damos, recent winan art and architecture a Rome j i-i s w ill 11 ceh e a pen i i j art sale ai the show cording to Mrs B B Go I nl i \. cuti> e dn.< %  n Adult Hebrew Classes Vdult Hi '" % %  i lasses al in : interim I els \ • i be held at Tempi Thursd %  at 7:30 put AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING BRAND OF IMPORTED SWISS GRUYERE SLICES AND WEDGES. TASTE WHY! S-'.ISS KNIGHT puts the targy big-wheel flavor of Switzerland's RMSt Grin* e-> Cheese in handy foil-trapped slices and wedges. Wonderful for lunch, trade or entertaining guests Pick up SWISS KNIGHT* at >:.• store today! fftMlin V SIZE The 2 seal of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA is on more than forty Hemz Varieties, including Heinz Vegetarian Beans, six Heinz Soups (Vegetarian Vegetable, Tomato. Tomato with Rice. Cream of Mushroom. Cream of Pea. Cream of Celery), HemTomato Ketchup and many others. haw 4.~port '-s-n Trx>u-i. S. 3fn4. b, tht Grbf Ct\*t>t Cl. !"•; NT. Have Kasha instead of potatoes toniaht mm KASH FREE KASHA COOKBOOK %  ~5 New r *C'P* and menu ideas tor modem mea's cJJuct tnd **** ** %  Kasha. Add-ess revest SEKVEI U: phyfli, ,..;,ff, p enn Yan, New York MA*. THAra A DISH I H.J. HEINZ COMPANY



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Fage 10-A *Jm1st tkrkfo* Friday, April 10, 1964 Committee Formed for Tribute to Sam Blanks \ committee of Greater Miami's standing communal leaders was ected Wednesdaj to serve as i .ts Mr the Israel Independence ner at the Fontainebleau Hotel I Apr 19. nnouncemenl of the appoint' I nts as made bj Mr and Mrs. rl Weinkle, chairmen of the I < mmittee ol Hosts for the tune• i. which will honor Mr. and s. Sam Blank for their distinguished service to the State of ] -. ael on the occasion ol the 16th liversary of independence. The black tie dinner, with Leonard Rosen serving as chairran and Samuel Friedland and J A. Car.tor as co-chairman, will -tature an address by Sen. Ernest C-ruening, of M.as^a, and the : esentation of the State of Isi>el Medallion of Honor to the E anks. the distinctive continental orstra oi Rasha Rodelle "ill play • 3 the community-wide salute to ael a:ul to the Blanks. ack S. Popick. chairman ot Beard ot Governors of the • insuring Greater Miami Comi ttee for State of Israel Bonds: S. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairj an of the Women's Division; and urice Revitz, chairman of the -tees of Israel, are working h the Committee of Hosts to <-. irdiaate plans lor the Inclepend e Dinner. •in. Gruening attracted internalal attention last year with a! 472-pagC report on U.S. aid to ten ,-ir East countries submitted to Sen; t< Committee on Govern• nt Operations, It followed a month trip by the Alaska leg-; ..tor to Turkey. Iran. Syria.; lanon Jordan. Israel. Greece. 1 n>ia. Libya and E\pt. Representatives of the many : • ganiiations in which Mr. and '•• rs. Blank have played a major ; adership role will be invited to f esenf special Scrolls of Honor •: the medallion recipients at the dependence Dinner, Rosen anrsuneed. Hank is a trustee of the I'msity of Miami. Ml Sinai llos.il and the Greater Miami Jewi Federation. He was one of prime organizers of both the -pltal and Federation, Irs Blank's leadership in such ganizations as Hadassah, ORT. meer Women and other groups clping the State of Israel has exuded over the years since the eption of the Jewish Slate. I.ml., i %  of Hi. i 'nmmltl I -if in lini. iIn M< HI and Mw .'•.-•-|.ii AI..I..U. I'.i> .\ I.I in. wr AlimmnwIlE, William AgraiIOKfph Annli Iinum, JUKI |ih I. .: • I ,; %  %  %  J n I'hl ,.i i%  i II Jro*""" n 1'j.ulliu ; '-"" I I sain •' „• in Trml} Hni A H ink Hi mhe>, Hi • Hi r' %  ..,.' II : H..I1AVU*. kuni """•'' ivsuu samuel Kunn >;•," %  %  M KHni \te* Hal K pel Minn Kureia fanford kmmer, k ,. %  !/. Ini .' ISM li .. „Uel Kill Uu-hmau, Slilnt-j l.i-lki 1, ;l id i.. oi inM. Irviim !•• nri,l.ill, Si %  I-' -•"-"• '•• % %  '•' I > ,,, David l.i iln* n, IIon I e> i. .1 ,;,,.,i,i uww, laliUiri U-lbhober. M ,v \ l. inhiti Sam MHU.ii l.ubarr, I ifcoar Mambi r. Natnan .M..in..-is. i. — i-1> Manalmi li Dave .Miuxullea. Ben Maifcowttl. Samuel M.illi.i ,, I...inMi-rwitmer, llJimn He iin.-iii Ifever, Morris MIreUky, Morr\ l: .Mi.irl>. [iOlHfl MeaeowltS, Mnni. i i" Myera, lluae Newman, Sauna i M.II. K. Albert liill'ii. Marry Ptatoff, I...U Poller, H.I in Pollock, David Ponve, David Provua, Aeon Pro* or, Jacob Bablnowlta, Joseph E Itr.eknvsky. .In--. I'll Rambam, Philip FU man, Sam Relnhard, Hyland Rtfat Iti'lljll mill Kin,.. I..., tloblnvOQ, .Ins,.|ili i:..— Max ttoBen, Jullun fWea-i.-in. Ham I I.ub> Ahi n h ,, Run Harr.i i Rub n, Joi Rub n, 8ej mour Rubin .I..-. p li Hack*. Als.i Silt 'in-il > ii illi Man"li. -.in.Lin. Solomon Bi hlfl .-.i m man, Vic lor Sehonwetter, Sol SVhwarts, Joah'ii Seaal, l..nu< Seitiii>. Max She Norman Shapiro, Ri iii.iiniii Shapiro, Mm ra> \ Shaw, i ri ill Sher, i"i ed Hhnchet, i i> Shulkln, .-.i ii i I SWelman, Hnrr> Sll\ Silverateln, Hal r) Slin..nli..if. Sam Hlnwnhoff Aim Ren Smi I Una, Lnul V I man. Leonard •' Holompn, Fred s->in,,i ..i, in, i 'liai li H nun. Nathanii I Soroff. Nathan Hplegelman, Joaapb I So in. Philip Si I.'iSternnhelli, I..;,, i T. lu h, Dhlllp Thau, Harold Thui n an Ba I • Troakj Isaac Unii i man, Abnihani I I slandar, Na4 WaldIII. in. Alfred \\:i\iiiaii. Julian Weinkle, il Ki-anklln (%'IIIbuna, Manuel Vave low, M"iiiiVoung, Man.'l. 7...I, ,i Main HIi&irelaky, Bllxabelh Zwitlei -annul Zllll.i. •I.— I'll /"ill. n and Mallhww /.n. k. iniaii Mrs. Sanford Kramer (left) signs Israel Book of Honor at a reception at the Imperial House hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle to launch preparations for Israel's 16th anniversary dinner, at which Mrs. Kramer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, will be honored. Looking on (left to right) are Kramer; Mrs. Stanley Frehling. daughter of the Blanks; and Dr. Frehling. Dinner, sponsored by Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds, is scheduled Apr. 19 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Where Anli \ In I laker. BISCAYNE TERRACE 340 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MIAMI • KORiDA UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT The Newest Downtown Hotel on Biscayne Boluevard FACING BISCAYNE BAY Strictly Kosher Focififies Under Supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. 'item ^ RECEPTIONS BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS WEDDINGS the Stars and Heaven Join Your Festi at the Beautiful Newly-Decorated vities Arkin, Joi Nai llai-th. Hi rmnn RnM-h, Mi >r \ i:. i-i,n. Mux ItaueP, ll.rii.ri llaiiniita.ril Minnie i. % %  • %  %  Samui i Hei kei man, Im I llellukoff, Philip Hi rkoii-/.. n. I Ulndir, Jerry HUnk, Anitiv III. I-.-. Hen Ilium, !.•• I* K I low .'. sini'in-ii lli'imd, Michael Rronsteln. | lunai J Rrotman, Auatln Hurke, Jack Hyman I'hnbner. Joseph Coh. a. .\..i in.i i 'idien, MIM rl* %  '.,..|„ Also Irvlna I'ypen, Sam lDanels. Nathan Darsky, Max Deakler, Louis ii.i'..\.i : ., iifini.r. Morris LHibschulix, Isiine l"'ii'ii. Sam Dorfmnn, [sadore Drell, James Dworkln, I n Ell, Id I --• Mm Is h'alk, I li i man I'. I.in an, Hi tl> r Keui r. Mas I lalkoff, II. inetla K ne, Jm I'll H. l-'ln.-. Ears KlueKold, William Klahor, Si.l 1I iliu.-l. Si. i lil.-> t-'l • llliliu. A!?-.. Mayshle I ri.-.n.,-i i-. Benjamin .. a, Mvei 1 rleilmu n, Kannie ( Kronuiier, Main (Salperln, Maurii-e Cans, Sjilnei iian.-, Ann (larfinkel, I.. ,, i;. Ii.ui. Harry Uenet, Morris OelI Ui man. Ben i illli r. la mn i III i leniun. %  1:111 > (ilass-r, Louis lllaaer, Qeorari (luldlierx;, Jaime lloldeiuberit, K Ilk iSiddman. Ell (alietli %  ; %  • Iman, i' In r FAIR PLAY STARLIGHT BALLROOM Parties Up to 300 Free Parking Exquisite Cuisine Expertly Prepared — fine Wines it CATERING AT YOUR HOME FR 9-3792 CALL SHIRLEY, Catering Manager W^rWWlVA W rWrWWiWlWW. Need Money to pay your income tax? r rrrff JEFFERSON/: | NATIONAL .f^.J BANK OF MIAMI BEACH! 301 41st STREET (Ailhui Godlity Road il Pmetiet On.e) Phone: Jffrson 2-845' A%\%NSVWWrtVVVVVWVWAV "Kynes' outstanding jense of fair play is one of the most important attributes his new office calls for." ORLANDO SENTINEL KHP James IV. ATTORNEY GENERAL Pod Political AtJvrrmerif WHEN YOU SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT, SAY "SHALOM" S com is a word you hear o:tn m Israel, li means pecce. Israelis say SI a lorn" when they welcome you, when tf-.ey bid you farewell, when I ey wish you all the good things in life. Now, Shalom is the name of a-, •xciting new ship. Lavish and lovely, she is more than a luxury linershe is a heart-warming experience. If you are planning a trip to Israel c li eMed : [erraneonpextSprirg-o'anytimeafterZlirn v.ad-see your travel agent, and say, "SHALOM" tt A emit •...<• ZM And don't forge/ Zim's olhf AM transatlantic liners. Or* /eaves New York lor Hoila every third friday throughout the year. Owner ReprenUlie : America* Ivath Shippmi Ccmpjny, Inc., &f 07 LincoM Moid, Miami Buch. je 8-0329 !" c,t; "~ •*. *•••, LM Ai.i.1.., milaaelphii. Montrul. Toronto Superb catering in a luxurious new setting Miami"s newest, most beautiful accommodations for weddings, club luncheons, banquets, bar mitzvahs, card parties, confirmations,receptions,etc. Parkingon premises. For groups from 15 to 1500. ..superb cuisine ...fine wines, experienced personalized attention. Call Joseph Meyers, Catering Manager, 379-8861. DUPONT PLAZA HOTEL MIAMI Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion i You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in Ihe Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyoi Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I at th ; OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY Daily 'til 10 P.M. For Information and Reservations Call or See OFFICIAL TRAVEL CENTER 18604 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Florida Phone 945-6538 tor inlorm.lloni HAZEL ALLISON CaKrlng Olractor, JE 1-6061 llh St. Collins •• I ^ \



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* %  knlst rkriciiw Page 13-A IOMS & ervices V::M m.vn. .-. %  mi..n: "imi, r ..ii Acknowledge'< %  in i"f ili.> .\M'-:,u r>...-(riii.-.ftur Mllxvnh: Martin, mm ..1 Mr. mill Mm Ralph llelkln. *HVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION ?85 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Cnntor Israel Kershner. • *NSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Schwarti Richard Garrett. 15-year-old 10th grade student at Miami Be:-.Senior Hiqh School walked oway with first place honors r the North Shore Optimist Club meetinq last week and ed the opportunity to compete in the zone finals on Ap: 15. Lei' to right are Murray Sonnett, zone oratorical con..".airman; tirst place winner, Ganett; second place wintrier .4-year-old Mark Bunim; third place winner. 14-yearnmy Dokson; and club president, Sidney Sussman. 3ETH DAVID. 262S SW 3rd ave. Conaervative. R.ibui Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipion. FVIdnj :!". bSim Mitavuh: 1:1 >—. JiniBlit. r .11 Mi. and .Mrs. Harold Buk.iwltr. S:IIIM-.I.I\ '. .i.in. flar Mitavnh: Mlchar-1, s r Mrs Rerlha lv.-tl.-i ; Saiun. I. win ..I' Mr, :i"'l Mr* .l:u k Kaler. 3ETH EL. 500 SW 17tn ave Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schifr. PrWIn.v B:lo p.m. Bnturdai 6:80 a.m. 3ETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. Friday 6:35 p.m Katurda) :• a.m. Hermon: "American Jewrj Awaken* tii a Ken Crl&l 9ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. • BETH KODESH 1101 SW lith ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor ("red Bernstin. Katurdio s:4.* a.m Sermon Holj t'ruPitrti %  p.m. "I'h, I'ortl .1 I..IU V i New Sacrifices We Must Present en Altar of God CANDLEUGHTING TIME 28 Nisan — 6:22 p.m. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. h'rldny .::i". and R:1S p.m. Eb-rmon: "Spiritual L#aderalilp." bhturdaj 9 Hill. S.iin.iii m-.li. %  atioii." • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER, 645 Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah. mias. Ptiduy t |i.in. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Ser : "Acceptance Religion." TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 102: NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Nau. i'ri.i;i S:l.*i p.m. Sermon: "We Are All Different, V.t the Same." s.nurda> 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "HoUne** —A ['radical A.h i.-\ .-iii.-nl." TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 8755 SW 16th St. Miami. RaVbl Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. r*rlda> s-Sll p.m .ttermon: "U'etarj l i...-f>!ii:, i '• %  i,iDoctoral Saturday S I ".am l:.ii.Mii/A.ilr Robert, Bon "i Mr ami Mm, [rwin Coopei • TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Raohi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. frldn) • r. p.m. Sermon: "There Ale Mail) Kinds of Leprow) — • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Gross. Frlda> s:i.-. p.m Baturdaj '• a.m. Uar Mltxvnh I >m i.l. win ..i Ml and Mis. Herman Turner. • TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. FYlday 8:1.1 p.m. Sermon "Holocaust Day." Saturda) :41 a.m Sermon: "Sacrifice of the Heart." Bur Ultxvnh: Stewart, s..n of Mr. an.I Mrii. n S, Slutsky, TEMPLE Zldiv. o/20 SW 17th at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Win. man. Cantor Leo Urlich. Saturday : %  a.m Itur Mltivah Mitch• II w.n .11 Mi an.I .MrI :. iij.iiiu.-i Seidman H5Z0 W D xie Hwy. Conservative.',, .%  • .. : / DR. HERBERT M. BAUMGARD temple Beth Am '• • rorah portion of this week as Mini:' >fthe ancient i % %  %  practices with respect to upon the Altar, in inai ays, these priestly praci iffer vory tittle fnmi those el •• %  • pawn -prnplt's who \\nr, >li.(.-ti thisr sorbs by means of sacrifices, The question white cones to our mind is, 'lit-, could the ancient Hebrews I iiiii !i the oldest kind of cere'nibni:,! ritual" and still cmerue with ethical doctrines far superior to those of the pagans?" We believe that the answer is to I* round in the proclamations ui th< Prophets who insisted that what God desired most was not sacrifice* but justice, mercy and kindness. Since the Bible contains such a strong ethical content, we must assume that, someiiow, the Hebrews managed to diminish the importance ol Hie Old pagan ceremonial forms Ir n odern times, no Jew worships iy means of animal sacrifices. Some of us have substituted other ceremonial forms, but still others attempt to live Judaism primarily as an cxpressioi i ethical teaching, with li111* e of ritual. It is the com lenient of those who em •thics above ceremony in aism that, by so doing. R'hbi Smion April. Cantor 1Fein. : %  ii .;-,-• .,' i M .l.i : •, i ilu • liar M i.f .M n Mi -.,-.i „,„. I — • 3ETH RAPHAEL 13" NW 3rd ave Orthodox. Ralph Kneger, secre tary. I'll.l V S \ %  %  — • TEMPLE BETH SH RAH. 75(K> Svv 120 thSt Reconstructionist, Rabbi Morris Sxop. Cantor Herman Gottlifl). Tin Hi %  toward ll lltua Uiw "Si SI rill..11 Nil Skup will s %  il I : lifts TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative Rabbi Henrif Wernick. l-'ii.ia\ R:3n |i HI Sermon DlallluMlonmrnt." t R Shnbhal hosted i.v SlKterhood. Saturda : %  .i m I in. HI: "f'ortlon of tin U I, YOUNG ISRACL, u NE 171 at Orthodox. Habbi Sherwin St.uiber I1 i.l ,.. %  ; i j |i m .-.mil du> I" la a m s. i mull I'.i the Week Bar Mltzv.ili IJniT) Hal inon i \i %  mid Hi .I :, n i ll v, TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 .Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi -Morton MalavSky, Cantor Ernest Sttfin^r. Sat'll Pin M e va Ii S't a n Ii I Mi .-,'.;, Hi. l-all,. • — BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. R.ickovsky • BETH TORAH. 16-m. st and NE 11th — • — ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max LipTEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chasf achitx. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenf e Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh baum Cantor David Conviser. &;H : 'f:H ^,:>'SE' i, i,.;. T .'•' ^" ,urd \ '•'". %  Inna Sue. da I I Mrs l .II Mltxvah: ISi-rry, son ol Mr mid %  .„.. vieltu SI is. I'hllln I--.-I. %  -..• %  Scott, son ul Mi ""'• Mettua. ^ •"" lM| Irvine Kayi TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38, B'NAi RAPMAFI "lini Mw idi.-rt Ei NE '6 7,h St. Conservative. Rabbi %  e Co A nrv^,ve A % L ab;rHa^d R 3 ,'ch,fr. Z&TcAJ'"*'"'" ^"^ *H Cantor Joel L-rner. nder ***** *•__ # %  I An CD MAUAfkT n uu, K ,., TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st r2 ve Conservative. RabDi S | pi. Conservative. Rabbi Oavid Ros(V1 Machtei enfeld. Cantor Georpa Goldberg. J # Fridaj v 13 p.m Sermon: "Tou Shall I TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine i Adults at the Circus All young single adults are litvited to the VM and vwin Roaring 20's "Greatest show on F.aiHi—The Circus" to be held Thursdaj. Apr 16, B:30 p m at the "Y." ISO SW lfith Ave Among featured performers will be G0Go the Clown TEMPLE EMANU-EL I7C1 Washingcon Ave.. M B. t\.-i-. : \ ,u i\ • DP IKVING LEHRMAN. Rabbi Mirth Adler. Cintor •-v-n.i'q service 8:30 p.m. Sermon Topic "GROW OLO—GRACEFULLY! Saturday morning service 9 .T.m. JE 8-2503 MlfiYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE 3737 Bird Rood, Miami Ph. 446-2111 TAHftZfir and KADDISH Daily 8 a m, and 6 p.m. Sot., Sun., 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. DR. MRSIRT BAUMGARD asking new questions the individual is free to devote more of his time to the more important things in life. .Nevertheless, it is clear that many Jew.-, irrespective of whether or not they are ritualists, lead lives which are in sharp divergence from our highest ethical teaching. It would seem that modern Jews have difficulty in regarding Judaism as having an imperative demand upon their lives. Perhaps the time has come for IIto think once again ol what sacrifices we might have to present upon the Altar of God, 1 do not speak, of course, of animal sacrifices I speak of the offerings that we can give from the deeds of our lives towards the causes that we associate with God. The late President Kennedy once said. "Don't ask. 'what can my country give to me,' but. "what can I do for my country?' *' We .lews need to ask ourselves today. "What can I do to restore the imperative character of my religion? What do I do each day that is evidence of my JewishnessT By what deeds do I show that I am aware I,.Hoi) Ones Bhabbal hosted bj Mr. .ni,l Air-. David Uoldenberg In honor of their wedding annlversorj Hitturtlay :• ti.m. Bar Mllivah: !.••• Plilllii.. I-..N of Mr. iiti.l Mrs Matthew Cohen FT. LAUOERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi HH ii..'n M. Levlton. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Friday K: > p.m. Saturday vr, a.m. Sermon: "The ESIoqtlence "f Silence." Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler. r*ritl*i> v.".i' p in. Saturday 9 a.m. I Har Mltavah: Stephen, son .t David Xoabaum; David, ,-..n ..t Mr. and Mi.-. Baric Hamilton. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Bornstein. l-'i-nl.i.i 8:l.i p.m. Sermon: "My Re\ i. \\ .t' "Tit Deputy" after Seeing tli* 1 Play ..ii Broadway." TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ava Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca Podet and Cantor Gordon Rich.irds KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. \.' i,l l > vl '"' '"" Sa ,u f da > l" :; "';. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. r Mltavah: R-'hert .i.-li.ll. -..n ..I Cantor Abraham Seif. Mr. and Mi>. l-..n.,l.| l-.n.-tt MIAMI BEACH" ET7~CHAIM. 1544 TEMPLE ME NOR AH 620 75th at Washington ave Orthodox. Rabbi Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram Abraham Strassteld. owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. VINYONAIRES CO N G R E CATION. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. ane 3737 Bud Rd. Modern Traditional. Jatum Waterway. Modern Tradi # tionat. Rabbi Eugene LaboviW OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Orthodox. Rabbi Phme.is Weber, frldaj vl.. p.m Sal !• a.m. nun Junior eliulr :• in ser\ii. R \i Iil, Robert, -i. II ul Mr. and MiArthtii M ol the presence of God in my TEM PLE CP OLOV Conservative immediate relation to Him?" Perhaps our forefathers used forms which have become outdated, but we can try to imitate them in their understanding that religion is not merely a collection of words and ideas unrelated to the demands of daily life. We can learn from them that, in a real sense, the religious act r is the one in which we "offer up" something to God. It is the f giving act. It is the act wherein £ the self is extended over into > the community. It is the act ol \ Joining oneself to the life-spirit I % that abounds all around us. I ^ JEWISH CEREMONIAL OBJECTS ANTIQUES— ALSO TORAHS Must be sold immediately. 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. r :ge 14-A K Im is li mfrrldtor Friday. April 10. 1964 Browsing With Books: By HILARY IWINDIIN Studies in Problems cf American Prejudicial Practice RECrGIOt/S CONFLICT IN AMERICA. Edited by Earl Raab. 231 pp. New York: Doubleday, Anchor Books A 392. $1.25. TTHE WORD of the year is surely •dialogue." which at least seems a hopeful step forward from previous words-ot-the-year, one of which was •'•lithotomy." One senses, in the movement lrom MM word to the other, a willingness to eommunici be, to discuss. This pocket book of "studies in the problems beyond bigotry" offers selections which range from aspects of interreligious differences to the religious-secular conflict itself, and. logically, to the church -state issue under whose guise the other conflicts are so otten presented. Clark Vincent conies up with interesting statistics in "imcrfaith Marriages;" Gerhard Lenski ami .lames Coleman anthor articles on the social cleavoges; Sidney Hook speaks ot religious liberty from the viewpoint of a secular humanist. Articles religion and politics and schools, and Will berg's especially interesting discussion of Her The Capitol Spotlight: By JESSIE HALPERN Soviet Jewry's Dilemma More Than Matzoh the "deteriorating status ol Washington I T IS MUCH more than a "question of Matzoh" which has callen forth the most historically intensified joint efforts of the 24group American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry; convening ii Washington on Apr S and 6, the c inference group adopted a long r. nge national and international |. ogram to deal with .i and Judaism in the I one need only to point to recent flagrant el i, rts on the part ol the Moscow Government to denj Soviet Jewrj freedom to preserve the Passover, the closing ol the single and inadquate mat/. b bakery in Moscow at the height ol Passover I i arations, the holding up at customs of mat%  /.. h panels irom abroad, the recent sentencings oi a disproportionate number ot Soviet Jews lor so-called ••economic" crimes; the almost simultaneous appearance in the I'nited States of the March Issue of the cultural exchange magazine "USSR," featuring an article on the freedom ol I Write as I Please By CARL AlPERT letea at me This true licj. oklet Israel's Penal System Haifa INFILTRATOR who had ^^ been apprehended was sentenced to jail in Israel Upon completion of the term, he was deported hack across the >order Not a very long tune elapse I before he was back in Israel again, and teemed to make no effort to avoi :apture He explained that he had come back to have his dental work com prison. anecdote tells much about Israel's penal Much mire can be learned from an instructive lust issued by the Universitj ol Pittsburgh ess. it is entitled slmplj "Prisons in bead," and it written by Dr. Joseph w. Eaton, Professor ol social irk Research and Sociology at Pitt. To judge from Dr. Eaton's study. Israel follows an tremely lenient policy toward criminals on the theory at except where offenders have to he locked up tor • e actual protection of society, incarceration never • ally punishes or deters, The important thing is to rein to society an individual who will not again be a iolator, "If Israel were to impose the sentences widely used .the United States." Eaton writes, "the number ot isons mighl well have to be doubled or tripled." Among the interesting aspects ol prison Life and iministration to be gleaned from the book are the tol wing: Special trade courses are conducted for the inmates Successful graduates receive a certificate which, upon lease, entitles them to acceptance as skilled members 1 appropriate trade unions The certificates do no) indicate where the course was given. Prisoners who are for short terms only sometimes regret that their re.-e comes before they have opportunity to finish the course and get the coveted qualification. At the Tel Mond Reformatory, the inmates conductI a successful drama group which also gave pubuc performances. The repertoire was limited, for lack of tr-minine players, until a couple of girls from the University of Tel Aviv volunteered to come out to the prison regularly and take part in the rehearsals. The authorities are fairly liberal in granting furloughs for weekends or even longer periods so that %  ell-behaved prisoners can attend family holidays, funtrals or take part in religious observances. Of 600 lur bughs given in recent years, only five prisoners failed to return on time, and of the latter onlv one made ^ood his getaway. Perhaps this attitude toward prisoners may stem at .east in part from the fact that such a large proportion of Israel s population were themselves at one time or another in jail for religious or political reasons. The old-timers had been imprisoned by the Turks in World War I. Soviet Jews, with the publication of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences' "Judaism Without Embellishment"—one of the most blatant and Offensively anti-Semitic publications to come from abroad since World War II. Equally important for the conference's purposes is the ironic realization that while there are continued Sovlel efforts toward the cultural extermination oi Russian Jewry, at the same time the I s.sli is apparently more than sensitive to world opinion The fact that the State Department actually suggested last month that serious though! oe given i.' a '•united appeal to private religious organizations representing worldwide Jewry, ami. il possible, other religious groups" in an attempt to ease restrictions placed upon Soviet .lewby M,I Government, speaks tor itself— particularly since this type of strong, specific attitude is unusual for the State Department Though the conferees treated the issue with solemnity, the treatment was not a quite one; diplomacy was not the focus; but fact sheets, significant resolutions, statements, and calls to action were Then l em and was unequivocal and concise: that Russian Jews be granted the same rights as those given to other minority groups in the Soviet Union. The importance of the demand cannot be overestimated lor the suppression of Soviet Jewry is twofold: Jews are denied their elementary rights as a nationality (though recogni/cd as such officially i and as a religion (despite Official claims of religious freedom). The planning of the conference was not without considerable support Key figures behind it and • ho also played an important part in the April program itsell were Associate Supreme Court Justice Arthur .1 Goldberg and Senators Jacob .lavits lR N.Y.) and Abraham RJbicoff (D.-Conn.l. It is significant that not only Jews in American political life but non-Jews as well, have shown i ncern for the plight ui Soviet Jewry, Late last month, Hep. Michael Feighan, Ohio Demi ral introduced a resolution In the House calling Presidential leadership to make use ol the "full facilities ol our government on an eiuer gencj basis" so that Soviet Jews would have an adequate and Deoessary matzah supply in time for the Passover holidays*. A few days later, a com panion resolution was introduced on the Senate llootby Sen Eugene McCarthy. Minnesota Demo crat. In both Ileuses eoncentrated efforts have i .en madeto gel the resolutions referred to committee without debate Subtle changes in state Department attitudes are not to be overlooked. In replies to expressions ot concern Horn Capitol Hill, the State Department h.is now openly admitted the existence ol antiJewish attitudes of Soviet authorities, m the pas) such open admission was avoided. Religion of Americans and American Religion, contribute to the productive intellectual climate v hich the boo* proffers. In the light of Earl Rabiys introduction— "There is uason to believe that interreHsriowi contlicts in America will finally prove to be a more knotty, more durable and in some way more significant problem than interracial conflict"—such a climate is imperative if the budding dialogue is to flourish. THE DEAD SEA SCRIPTURES. In English Translation, with Introduction and Notos by Thoodor H. Caster. pp. Now York: Devbloday Anchar Boohs A 371. 51.45. Revised and enlarged, this second edition from one of the world's most eminent Hebraists provides a complete and reliable translation ol the Dea.t Sea Scrolls, including everything that "is sufficiently well preserved to make connected sense It is addressed to laymen, and it lets the Scrolls speak for themselves, giving background material for understanding, but not detailed discussion of the various theories about them. You don't have to be cinating. Oft the Record: scholar to find it absolutely fasi: By NATHAN ZIPRIN Tco Much Controversy T HERE ARE TOO many controversies in the Jewish communities ot America today, and the sooner they are sel tied the better. Controversies, dialogues, confrontations, disputations—alt ol them are signs of a healthy and free community. However, when they deteriorate to a point of bitterness the) lose all meaning. A controversy that promises to i out of han.i is the one between Orthodox Jewish circles and seven national Jewish organizations of various shades of religious opinion on the issue of rabbinic influence in Israel. This development on the American Jewish scene comes at a time when Jewish unity is an absolute imperative if a way is still to be found to spare the Jewish community in the Soviet Union from complete religious and cultural decimation. Orthodox sources have advised this writer they would do everything possible to avoid involvement in a cultural conilict with other Jewish religious segments in the country, but that they would not compromise their principles or be driven into a corner of Jewish liie ju-t for the sake of Jewish unity. "If we did not liyht for V.hat we believe, we would have to abdicate our right to Orthodoxy." one leading rabbi told us. He admitted, however, that thenwas room for two points ot view but that those who ditlered were stTBJ i is from the true path He contended that by statin.. their position on purely religious issues, the Orthodox elements were not interfering in the internal or political affairs In Israel It was his opinion, he said, that "Jews everywhere are bound by a moral imperative to mold the Holy Land in the Jewish image." He could not. however, clearly define what he meant by "the Jewish imagi except that it was a product of centuries ol growth, learning, dedication, scholarship and belief. It is difficult to predict what path this controversy will take one orthodox rabbi told me However, this rabbi minimized the view that a wide segment of opinion in orthodox Jewry favored withdrawal from the Washington conference on the Jewish situation in the Soviet I nion. "When .t comes to saving Jews." he observed. "we are all ready to link hands with other Jews, whether religious, secular or, God forbid, even irreligious." Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Morris Abram Symbolize* 'Young Leadership' yjB HEAR NOW ever so olten tha organized American Jewish lif needs "young blood." Young lead eiship has become the motto ot evei important Jewish organization. Th American Jewish Committee has now followed this motto. Its new pic.-idcn Morris B. Ahram. is one of the youn,' Bet Jewish personalities in the coun try only 45 years old. he is the young (Ml president tha American Jewish Committee ever had. Young in years, he is, however, rich in experience as a leading attorney in the field of civil rights. He was a member of the American pro>ecution staff at the Nuremberg trials. He was appointed by the late President Kennedy as legal chief of the Peace Corps at the time of its formation. And he represents the I'nited States on the United Nations Subcommission dealing with racial and religious discrimination. Only last month, he attracted special notice at the United Nations by drawing international attention to anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union. It was he who started action at the UN against the outrageous anti-Semitic book. "Judaism Without Embellishment." for which Moscow is now criticised even by Communists in this country and in other free countries. Abram's interest in Jewish life goes back to his boyhood in the small town of Fitzgerald, Ga.. where he was born. This town, with a population of 6,000. had few Jews; even today it has no more than 12 Jewish families. Cut off from the main stream of Jewish life, and living in a completely Protestant atmosphere of the Evangelical type, he nevertheless found interest to study Hebrew, and planned to attend Hebrew Union College. His mind was changed later and, instead of studying for the rabbinate, he studied law at the University oi Chicago, where ha was active in the Hillel Foundation. The strongest influence in his life was his grandfather. Dr. Morris Cohen, who immigrated from Rumania and practiced as a physician in Fitzgerald. Abram's father also came from Rumania, leaving that country in 1905, .j the year of the notorious pogroms in Czarist Russia and Rumania.



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Planning the Apr. 15 morning cultural progrcm of the Greater Miami Women's Division of the American Friends of the HeDrew University are (from left) Mrs. Irving E. Miller, hostess, Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, president, and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, vice president. Mrs. Rost Will Host Bond Committee Coffee Here pftlB Ri'st will hold a cofT I he ladies of the Commitii of Hosts for the Israel Independence Dinner honoring Mr. Mrs, Sam Blank on Monday. 10:30 a.m., in the Gigi Room of %  he Fontainebleau Hotel. Molly Picon, veteran Of the .1 I'v screen, will be a special tiie-i at the coffee, which will disrangements lor the Apr. 19 at which United States Sen Robert Grueiiing, of Alaska. leak. Table arrangements, a reception Blanks ar.d Sen. Gruelling bnd the presentation of Scrolls of to the Blanks will be among I (he items discussed at the coffee, "Mrs, Rott said. The linsts. long-time friends of H Blanks, arc Trustees of Israel iders in numerous common acti\ .ties here. Miss Picon, \ ho has been an ader for State ol Israel i since the first issue was led in 1951, has toured three tincnts, singing in Yiddish, ish. French and Spanish le petite actress has visited 1 and met with many of the i State's foremost leaders in rnment, business and agrilure, klrs. Rost is chairman of the at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. MRS. SAM ROST Arrangements Committee for the Israel Independence Dinner. Miss Picon will be in Miami to appear n J bv ISABEL GRCVE All Miami Beach is sharing pi de oi Rabbi and Mrs. Leon ;h Mrs Edj the Geiger and i i Mrs, Sam Greenfield in ir offsi ring students ;it imi Beach Senior High, the i were winners m the :th annual essay contest sponired by the Civitan Club place winner, Miriam lived in Israel for six and speaks fluent Hebrew Ambitious young lady plans lajor m medicine with a in music Second-place nncr Tom Seaton. late of New City, also is interested In ine, and Ronald Kronish is '.-! a career in psychology. Bach received a savings '''tid. and their winning entries < now be sent to a state con •! Barbara (Mrs. Robert) Susstnan entertained at a pre-hohJ luncheon a few weeks ago '"r bouaeguect Eleanor (Mrs. '• %  vid Fax. of Pittsburgh, and her mother, localite Mrs. Lillian u *w • %  Guests included Mrs. Joseph Rose. Mrs. Benedict Silverman, Mrs. Lillian Miller and Mrs. Harold Ungar, who have three things in common 'i h< y anall cou ins, once or twice removed, and all are nieces of Zelda Moses, honored guest i ruin Baltimore, where they all hail from originally state Attorney Nathan "Sonny" VYcuistcin. of St. Augustine, .iiicl his lamily were entertained by his brother. Constable Leonard Weinstein, of Miami Beach, at a family luncheon at Chandler's Restaurant, Mewlyweds Marianne and Ray Kutner recently dinner hosts at their Bay Park Towers apart ment Guests included Helen and Harry Speir, of San Marino Island, whose horse. David liarum, had two wins this month at Gulfstream, the Morry Kovens and Miss Ida Kutner. • o Pansy Klaum delighted with the colored lithograph given to her recently by contemporary painter William Cropper ... A permanent Fellow of the Metro Continued on Page 9-B th< 0(/< ovnan s IMorlJ "(Jewish Floridiaiti Miami, Florida, Friday. April 10, 1964 Section B Plans Finalized for Univ. Program Final plans for the Apr. 15 cultural program leaturing Prof. Fred Shaw, of the University of Miami, were announced this week by Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. president of the (Jreater Miami Women's Division oi the American Friends of the Hebrew University. The 10 a.m. coflee. to take place in the home of Mrs. Irving E. Miller. 2305 Lake Ave Sunset I le No. 3, will be an opportunity for the rapidly-increasing membership to become reacquainted and to hear about their special project, the Jewish National and University Library, Mrs. Simonhoff said. Prof. Shaw returned last summer from an extensive tour through the State of Israel. A graduate of Purman University and the University of Texas, he taught at Auburn University and New Mexico State before coming to Miami. In addition to his role as director Ol the Guided Studies Program at the University of Miami, he is hook editor of The Miami News ar.d editor of The Village Post. Members of the committee planning the Apr. 15 program include Mrs. Kmil Friedlandcr, program chairman. Mrs. Rhea Cash man Glad win, publicity chairman. Miss I.ilium Goodman, nominations chairman, Mrs. Trudy Ham erschlag. special projects chairman, and Mrs. Ruth Johnson B ger, Mrs. Charles Charcowsk Mrs. 1. Tropp Fogler. Mrs. Abra n Fox. Mrs. Myer Harris, Mrs Ja k Katzman. Mrs. Anna Brenr i Meyer-. Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Mrs. Leonard Rosen. Mrs. Oida I Rubin, Mrs. Samuel T. Sapn Mrs. Gerald Schwartz. Mrs. Da\ id Shapiro. Mrs. Abraham I. I -lander, Mrs. Carl Weinkle Mrs. Max Weitz. 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Friday, April 10, 1964 Jewlsti Fhrfd/ann Page 3-A South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges Elects Eli Hurwitz President Here ON ft PAY Radio Station Cites CJA Day Radio .-tation WIOD has proclaimei ; riday as Combined Jewish Appeal Day. and will dedicate Its pre grama and spot announcements ti the work of Combined Jewish Appeal and the Greater Miami wUb Federation. ihe course of the day, < terences will be made to ampaigo, of which Dr. Lehrman is serving as and also to the seven leading agencies of the Greater Miami .Jewish Federation that servi tni local community and are pported by the one annual citywulc %  P*ign. jfcspot • nouncoments will also Tell be work of the United Jewish Appeal and its agencies in I-i.ill :• I 30 countries overseas uhich '• elve their support from the loci community through Combini d %  -h Appwl. Durinj various the 1964 Irving hairn Eli Hurwitz. past president of ^iiuifin Lodge, was installed president of the South Florida Council of B'naJ B'rith Lodges on Sunday t the Carillon Hotel. Judge Milton A. Friedman, past president i of District Grand Lodtje 5, was installing officer at the morning ceremony. South Florida Council represents some 3,500 members of B'nai j B'rith here and is coordinating [ body for the 14 lodges in Dade : and Broward counties. Hirnvitz has served two terms ;i>. president of the Board of Di rectors of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, is [ treasurer of the Miami llillel j Foundation, Inc., which built Hillel House at the Cnivcrsity of Miami. and figured prominently in other B'nai B'rith projects on a local and state level. He is currently a vice president ol the Dade County Chapter Of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Other officers installed were president-elect, Joseph B. Gorin^w*^^^ 1 *2^ -J^M 1 BMtei^SB 1 np 1 Capacity Audience Attends Kennedy Memorial Sponsored by JNF Council W HURWm stein: vice presidents. Ainslee F Ferdie, Arthur D. HorwitZ, Harry Kern and F. Allied Rowen; treasurer, Walter A. Aplelbaum: and executive secretary, Maurice J. Finegold. A capacity audienys responded warmly last week to the John F, Kennedy Memorial Concert at Miami Beach Auditorium sponsor ed by the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Council. Opening remarks were offered by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple Menorah and president of the Southeast Region of JNF. who compared the late President "to a great tree cut down in the prime of his 1 life." The concert served as a boost to the recently-announced John F. i Kennedy Peace Forest now being planted in Israel. Lighting mem orial candles was Mrs. Emil Morton, who also sang the national anthems of the United States and Israel. Program of speakers also included Leon J. Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, and Zev W. Kogan, master of ceremonies. Coordinator of the concert was Hanan Yarden, with Peter F. Heller in charge of public relations. Artists included Eliahu and Marcia Gamliel, percussion and flute; Ephraim Biran. baritone; Hadassah Badoch. interpretive dancer; Amiram Rigai, noted Is raeli pianist; and Tova Porat, who presented a program of songs. Arrangements Committee, in addition to Rabbi Abramowitz and 1 Kogan as co-chairmen, included Johan L. Berman. Mrs. Eva Blum, Mrs. Nathan Bookspan. William Bornstein, Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, i Leon J. Ell. Harry Feldman. Ezra | Finegold. Abraham Fraidlin, I Abraham Grunhut. Peter F. Heller, Sam Kagan. Bernard Katz. Mrs. Abraham Mason. Morris Minov, %  Mrs. Miriam Press. Harry Rosen, 1 Julius Ho


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Pcge 6-B *JtHfc/> tkrfttteun Friday. April to, 19644 ... ^/^tboiit people ana jj laces... A HEN PARTY It els Id it be? The tables were ttview Country Club dinand in the middle of each table was a hen. Hanaj Mrs Albert Pallet. co-hoste--sistet Sylvia, Mrs. George) Gortheir guests A slight reminder stop king .igat tte pacifier at each Some ot the "hens" were Mrs Charles tel. Mrs Arthur Desser. Mrs Irving Parker. Sirs Stank) Wolff. Mrs Bernard Fuller. :••;.::> V...:n. MrSamuel Halpenn. Mrs. renting Mrs. Walter Jacobs. Mrs. Jack Sandier, Mrs A L Glickman, Mrs Bernard Kor: Mrs Harr> Lewis • IN EVERY MOTHERS EYES The look in Mrs Max Stupp's eyes (she is DOtberl was reflected in every one of the CRT women's eyes, all one-thousand of them at the Women's American ORT Jennie rd iuncheon at the Deauville Hotel, when j to his mother, looking right at her. 'My Yiddisbe Mama." It was a wonderful afternoon, and the intimate cross conversation beEddii Fisher and Jennie Grossinger made it mon • Among the women all dressed in .rid tucker were Mrs. Melvin Mrs Birdie Mazo, Mrs. Lawn who v.ill be moving here soon from Y rk Mrs Lewis Rosenthal. Mrs William Mi Harold Cruder. Miss Mai Babitz. Mrs Jack Robbin.-. Mrs. Joseph Kantcr. Mrs Ethel Gold, Mrs. Rhea Fishman, Mrs. Jo>eph Wilkes, MrIrving Sussman and Mrs. Florence Kupperman. L'nder a big graj hat was Flo CMrs. Sidney) Lewis, William Lesser, there with his wife, .-eemed not one white upset that he was one >>1 the very few men pre.-cnt at the luncheon. MEET THE FAMILY Ethel I Mrs Alex Fre.din held a luncheon at her home so that her family and the Gidney family could get to know each other. Her son. Howard, and Marilyn, daughter "1 Mildred and Morris Gidney. will be married in August Marilyn and Howard have been sweethearts since high school days. The luncheon was planned for vacation time when Marilyn would be home rrom Bo-ton University, from which she graduates in June. Her sister. Marcia. also was home from Ohio State University. The four grandmothers. Mrs. Betty Finegold. Mrs Ben Gidney, Mrs Anna Silverstein and Mrs Gussu Freidin. -at in a corner discussing what would make extra special nice "grandmother" wedding presents Among other female member> of the famil sent were MrLouis Gidney, Mrs. Manuel Luck. MrSandi rd C % % %  : Mrs JacK Freidin. Mrs Julian Abrams, Mrs Sj %  • rs an I, ol course, Hi war I's ki -• %  i M Robyn Tubin Unit Plans Functions A cocktail party is in the offing On Apr. 22. the chapte: will hold for numberof Robyn Tubin a d n(,r luncheon at the Diplomat *—"*'*'* : z rssLfiL *. lnm Apr. 18 at the home .if Mrs Helen day „ p m F;| M J 1 i.i.ah. 19441 NE 19th Ct., No. Savings and Loan Association Miami Beach 125th St. and 9th Axe Home for the Aged Women's Auxiliary ** s ond Roos m ng To be Honored at Donor Luncheon Here Miami Women's Auxiliarj Jewish Home i">>r the Aged, hold its 15th annual donor II on on Sunday at the AlHotel. erry Hour'' is >cheduled from to 12:30, when Elmer Horos. • %  his strolling musicians will > i mtinental music, with Bibor Stem at the piano. Mr-. Lawrence Silverman is Auxiliary president Mrs Charles Dor chairman, with Mrs Morris Kripple as co-chairMrs Rose Roth, donor journal chairman, will give the cati :. at the luncheon session, The 15th annual occasion will be marked by an anniversary cakehshting ceremony Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program chairman, w ill introduce the special honorees ated to light the candles. Mrs. Sol Silverman. fir.-t donor chairman, will light the first candle: Mrs Irving Frankel. the second candle: Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. the third candle: and the present donor chairman. MrBrown, the fourth candle. Judge Irving Cypen. president of the Jewish Home for the Aged, will present to all who have endowed 35.000 rooms at the Home special gold honor pins. Dancers from the Beatrice LaVerne Studio will perform. Tick, ti fasl i the usual sell-out is expected at the 14th annual Ribs and Apr. 30 at Miami Springs Villas. Theme of this year's show of Sigma Delta Chi will be "Election Today' or Suffering Suffrage'" Cast will include byliners of the pre--, radio, tile vision and the allied com::, tion fields. The Best Move ^jjfou Can iWMAKE! Fluoridation and Health Fluoridation and its effect on the health of 'he population was the subject at the Apr. 7 meeting of the North Dade Lodge i B'rith at You : Israel of Gn Miami Center Murray Hersfa is president of North Dade L<> Dr. Richard E. Deutch and Dr Harry Kaufman conducted the discussion and a question and answer si --ion. Psychiatrist Will Address ORT A noted psychiati isl gi< e suggest "How Not to be -able" the Islander's luncheon Women's •: %  at the R IK > Plaza Hotel Dr Michael Gilbert, lecturer. ting psychiati isl for the courts, and clii -:ructor of psycht t the i tity oi .j Re-, rvati ns i hairman is Ben Israel, and MrMargaret New mar. Stearn ;program chairman. FORTE APARTMfNTS KiUNFUl irKATWE IAT

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Friday. April 10. 1964 +Jenlst> ftorHlan Page 9-B Mollie Kahaner Women to Honor Torah Fund Donors at Luncheon Slated Here • K .ihh MRS. IRVING BROWN The signing of a Golden Scroll will highlight the Torah Fund i" luncheon of the Mollie Kahaner] Sisterhood of Beth Torah Congre-1 nation at the Social Hall on Thur.s-1 ay. Apr. 1G, it was announced by Mrs Stanley Friedman, chair1 man. Mis Seymour Mann will be Kuesl speaker. Mrs Mann is vice' president ol the Florida Branch ol the National Women's League ol the United Synagogue of Amer ica, A musical program by Mrs. Herbert Tietzer will also be presented. The Torah Fund, set up by the National Women's League of the United Synagogue, with which the: Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood is affiliated, assists financially in the training of rabbis, cantors, teach ers and lay leaders at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York City. The Torah Fund also helps to maintain the Seminary's nationwide mtertaith programs and its West Coast Branch, the University ol Judaism. The Mollie Kahaner function will be held in conjunction with he campaign oi the National Aomen's League to raise $600,000 throughout the country lor the expsr.dmg programs ol the Semila ry. Mrs Friedman's committee includes Mrs. Myron Sponder. arrangements; Mrs. Bernard Hoffman, telephone chairman; Mrs. Lawrence I. Brant, publicity: Mrs. Herbert Tietzer. program: Mrs. Irving Newman and Mrs. Adrian Kaufman, hostess chairmen; Mrs. Wayne Veltman. table decorations; Mrs. Martin Walfish. tickets. Mrs. Stanley Stein is Sisterhood president. Members of the Torah Fund Luncheon Committee of the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of Beth Torah are pleased with the way the reservations are coming in for their annual Torah Fund luncheon. Preparing to siqn the Golden Scroll are standing (left to right) Mrs. Bernard Hoffman and Mrs. Lawrence Brant. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Stanley Stein, president of Moliie Kahaner Sisterhood; Mrs. Stanley Friedman, chairman of Torah Fund; and Mrs. Myron Sponder, in charge of table arrangements. Gina Bachauer To Perform With UM Orchestra Brown, Novick Exchange Vows Now honeymooning in Acapul-1 bridal bouquet was an arrangeco, Mexico, Barbara Novick, merit of orchids and stephanotis. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo NoServing as maid and matron of vick, s;.1 W. 48th St., and Irving honor were Miss Nancy Sue BerBrown ivere married Sunday. Apr. man and Mrs. Martin Beck Best • man was Steve Fireman, and (in en return, they will live .Michael Novick and Jack Arias] :it !ii! i E. Ba> Harbor Dr. ushered For the late evening rites, with Son oi Mr. and Mrs Nathan i;..lb: Leon Kronish officiating. I Brown, of Methuen, Mas-., the the bride chose a gown styled with groom is an executive with Cares-.i lace and seed pearl bodice and sa Shoes. He attended Syracuse peau (!• soil skirl from which fell I tliversity, and his wile attended .i tr; l of seed pearls The the Universit) of Miami <_5oc7w//'£e ... vu ^savel C^j Continued from Page 1-3 politan Museum of Art. dropper will exhibit in Miami in the spring Great-grandson's Bar Mitzvah taking Mr. and Mrs. Max Apple baum to Huntington. L.I.. this weekend Celebrant is Mark Stander In gala dinner groups noted this week at the Belle Plaza Restaurant: Mr. and Mrs Samuel Miller, formerly of the adjacent Belle Towers. Kate and Bill Bornstein. Oscar and Bertha Gearnart (she retired recently from a major government post in Washington. D.C.), Bess and Arthur Sommerfield (he opened, Christian Dior's first U.S. salon), 1 George and petite Mimi Hirsch, of Washington Federal, with their Offspring, Dave Korf, of Kenosha, Wise, longtime friend Harry Salter and the Nathan Maniiows Frequent diner also is blue-eyed May Cowen, Isaac Zeflert. 88. retired school rove master in London, flew over this week, all by himself, to visit family here "Mr. Chips." who thinks nothing of walking live miles a day. is visiting his brother, Barny Shapiro, 78, of 443 Valencia Ave.. whom he ha-n"t seen in ten years, as well as a nephew. Marvin Shapiro. 7521 SW 58th Ave., and a niece. Doris (Mrs. Donald) Frank. 7701 SW 53rd PI. There are more relatives in Charlotte, N.C., so Zeffert will make the trip there before returning to Miami for another two weeks prior to taking the jet back to London. v AUTHORIZED OtAUR T CNITH O-ol I, HEARING AIDS f $S0 to $285 Sarvlca Ail Mok \ E-.tlcnc. — Mo'dt STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road i %  • i Tt$ft-Tri4ti-Trljli-ttmi PHONE JE 8-7?'l Gina Bachauer. the noted Creek pianist, w ill be featured guest solo-, ist with the University ol Miami Symphony Orchestra, Fabien Sevitzy conducting, at the ensemble's eighth pair of season conceits next Sunday, Apr. 12. at Miami Beach Auditorium and Monday. Apr. 13. at Dade County Auditorium. Mme. Bachauer, who last appeared with the CM Orchestra in 1953. will perform Johannes Brahms' dramaticand moving Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flatl major. The major orchestral work on the program will be Jean Sibelius' Symphony No. I, Opening the concert will be a symphonic version of George Gershwin's "An American in Paris." A favorite of European royalty. Mine Bachauer during the past known conductor. Alex Sherman, two years has played for Norway's Mme. Bachauer first appeared King Olal. Britain's Princess Marin the United States at New York's garct, Princesses Birgitte and Town Hall in 1950 and drew criti and Desiree of Sweden, as well leal acclaim for her "amazing as the Creek monarchs. Queen technique and virtuosity." I"i ederica and the late King Paul. A native of Athens, she gave her first recital at the age of, eight. She later studied in Paris with Alfred Cortot. Her first big break came when she performed the Grieg Piano Concerto at Lon-, don's Albert Hall under the wellTRAVEL Rabbi Schifi on Radio Rabbi Solomon Schilf. spiritual leader ol Congregation Beth Kl and president of the Rabbinical AssOflietion of Greater Miami, will 1 be gut*! on WOES Radio this Sunday at 8:15 a.m. TWO CEMETERY LOTS FOR SALE in Mt. N*too Cemeters Desirable Location—Reduced Rate JE 2-5853 ; Ph. 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PORTFANG.M:.;.;; % %  '—•j', jvn Newman. FRANKf.v ,..,il1... • |,,,l. IHvd l-wvlr" i" NcW I JACOBS, M %  >••> %  -'• "'. ; |..i Si n i. In Urix'KlJ' \it< vni-y ,„ of ."I" 1812 Cngreea l-uiiaing ,,, rhkugo. Miami. Horiua i 10-17 i ;a i.yons and Miss Sarah ROSServices were held Apr 8 In jrdon Funeral Home, with I cbo Cemetery ELWITT NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 4456 1'HKI.M \ NATHAN .-ALL. I M.l ii-.il I. :'.,,:,r".:;', ; ,;.,i %  1 ;..:.; uV -::;"--.v:, I ... ;^ Vimi.i. V.ln.1. V-l• >•--,:,.!. %  lid i" 1 1 '" "' '.' nin. Iinal lirl I. ami \ : ~ •;' -..; %  ;„.. %  % %  d.. .:;..,r, ,,, M. '^';..'., |,|,. M. >,,.. i:il Impel. N..11I1 .1(1,1111 lleai Ii I'll ;P' I of llufful a series oi lectures in the Social Hall at 8:15 p.m.. taking me TT pi.„ of the late Friday services scheduled to resume in the t Lincoln Rlvel -.1. LEGAL NOTICE ANGEL .N THF COUNTY JUDGES COURT N N H XN C D FOR DADE COUNTv. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 62785-A ,S "viAtKHT A. ELMENDORF '''NOTICE TO CREDITORS To MI ,-, .li.o,.and All I'eraom. Ha*; KSI.II: i! \ N i •.: I i. > %  MI' Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE r.i i KSI IK ii VN'II:LI. SAI.I ilKSlllKXl'K l\\KNOWN You 1 KSI.IK II \NI-KI.I. SAI.I ii. t.-i.v aotllle.1 llml Uctures will cover Jewish Ufe. ^"^JT^ tradition, and h.stonea person, ...,,,. w £ r -,. •;;;, alities. to be followed l> a ques nj i u 4 ,.n. v ;; .K :;: ;!n ^; : ;;-:'','; LEGAL NOTICE ^.VW^^'W; -,N THE COUNTY ^DG^-URT ^J^i^S^^^^ fi ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. ^ ,,,.,.-.( FLORIDA IN PROBATE Amended .' plallil NO. 62658 C l | .' 1 i js ,„„.„,,. „„.,;, ,... ,.,,1.1.-1.. I n IN RE: Erte of AI.KXASOER I-EA A lieinnndr Aaiiinat Bald kp HO BW IARUY. "I, % %  < ll BW .1*1 Av.j ':;;:, *::.. i ["iHSlKnS:"£. lu u:,.i retired iwiauwiil and "v .-.IT H* "" "' KIK ""' %  .I,,-,,,. .irvivinan three Hon. lerbert. U.vld. Ir Norman o .nsel n .l.o.ulu.i. Mr. l-nli ""„.. all of Mtaml: a brothe %  hJJIp; two .later*. Mr*. BattJ ; ,„i, MrMinnie Kaplan of N> l,lly I. fallt.: H, ^"'"'• %  | "i. ,..„ >-.ni..were held Api. • (Jordon runeral Home with • ,„., ui in Ml N...o IVin. lers „,, „,..,, :... ,,,„• eon*-utlw n THI-: JEWISH 1 -t -' • t :11 • l \N %  i^;;":;-^:;;:,"-^ -„ ,., K r Ih ATIIKISMAN ..,,.. l K ^.:; :,,-.. hereby notified and reOlre our, ** %  ^njg^V rid. Inn rialm* K 'v,',l; are herein notified and renulre.1 t I.I-.-I.I an) claim* ",.i % %  • ute*' in their omre'.ln..the County ^.{J^'Tn Seetlon PEPPER .| A HA. ... ... Mi s\V |lh \y> Had Apr. Sh. ...„ %  ....• I* ...,.. ;.. from Bimrtanbunt, 8 lr .-I I' I, • HI VK.d. and it .„.'.. of lleth El SlMerh I. Ii i.i--.,i'. and •!• brew ..„ Survl na i r. i i,,,-!.., II, l. Vbn.li all ol Ml and. aildr. a; II areal ,.,., • %  %  %  • "i' n h. Jullim e. S. ; two slslei Mr* ,,,,.. ;, iind Mr. Ann* iolul,, IH, h ol Miami !' %  u 1,1 v. 8 ai J rdou ,. :,... :-AHLBERG. Martin K '•• '"' '"" v Hi II ... %  I. •> "I x Hlvei EINR'B. I'hlllp, 77, ••• I in m |, .1 \,.>. Service Ii N' %  lllvel aide. OOLF. S.I "I Ill tiled Api i.l Florid... :>s embraced iii T;. %  Certificate N... Us. Tlte :.--.%  of aald |,rm>' r l>' uiul.-r the %  ilficnte i-sn.d waa In tha n .1. !•;. s'nn k. I...i 7. ltUnk :''.. \W.-tli:i\. I, lli ",rd Addn., Plat Hook % %  :•. I',., -i s.^iion ::'.. 'lown-hli. "'2 Itamce i" H"t iii the > uy ... 'i;, lean, Count*, ol l':."• Stan I Ida. aa .-nibi %  • .1 in Ta* -.. i fleate N'.v '>'•'. 'l"li.aaH wn i oi proahaMa. uatlea l.*,: i llflrnte iMatatl :.in tha Mara l.:.i>d Co s vv of I -'.'-:•. A I, !'•!"• k 11 Aililiilon to IIIH Town ol III Plal Hook s. Page I"", s., %  Townahip :: South, Kance n i in the City of lllaleah, I i. oi.-. sinn of i i.viiii ..• in Speolal V-M-MII, nil.. £ .i.l property imd< > the i ,i. i-Mi I u..in tin r VV. lay lonl. W s..' .-f Tr I* PC, Hlali \.i,iiiio>, i:.\ I'liu i"'. s.-.iioii '., Townahip Itaniw ii Huh In ".• i.-.ih. Count) "i '••''• %  • stati i [da, %  • ml" a.'-.l In Spaelal \ it lent l.i.-n i '• i -i.fi>-..'.. N, nHanaantonl ol *nM lirepi llie -.l>l ,-.-l-lllk-:i|.i-sn.-.l tha nauta of J. .v I' Adam. l ,,t• :. a %  '•. RloeW I, Rwuaul IlKt*., IMal Hook 15, I'Mie 71 lion SI, Townahip %  '•South II Eaal, In "'•• City ui III fount? of l';!,'.-. Htate %  Kl ,embraead In Hpaelal A%  ••.--inm; i.i.n .% %  i-ilii,-..'• %  So. >;.s rt. ... — mini ..i -:.i'l pmperi> ..ild I'ertlfWata laaued w name of R. U Calv. n I,,i3 Thru ••. Block '. Itli *v< LM to Hliil-ali. l'l:'.. SM.-I.OI1 Xl| TOII.II Itanice II l'..i-'. i" ii" I, ..ill. Count > "', I mde, Si i.I.i. ., nii.r.i>--il In Bpai In I in. in Men %  •iiiiu.it> N ..--^--iii.-i.i .1 paid ih.-.ii •-. -1 ;• ate iii. name "i -i H I,,-, publication ol thia i i tl„. null do) of April. 1M. I MILTON \ I I'.KI'M \N Vtl,, II, ,i I.I Admlnlatratoi | ill I All i '-' ;";' \i*ti-,mi s ,.-„-. publication of Ibl* nolle | ,he 10th day ol April. IMt. I:I,IIM:I. >\ NI:I.S"N i r iti is ,|„ i;...oi. Miami %  ;'. ( I NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW SOTICE IS HKItaUlY IVK.> 111. un I KIStI H I,,,!, ,-,. n-t. Itl.il.nh. Intend* I %  • '. ,N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT N ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTV. FLOR'DA IN PROBATE No. 62564 A 1N 'MXNCKLSCHWAUTZMAN '''NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO All Cl Inn Claim h>lati You ..••• her< -l ni'l reI q ... i • even! any claim* and ileniunda which you ma> hri.e uaalnnl .. iP.EUT \ MAK TRI'Ssi:i.l. il. ceaiwd late ..I I 'id. I i,. ih. Count) J i.ic. • I • oi.• i duplicate und %  '. In Si ... • .,. I'l il %  'olllli>, II..; Ida, I thln -is in..mils' i Tr -' leaa W % %  '-' % %  •' %  '' %  It, -..,i. Plat Rook .%  J^B County ol i •! %  .-oi!%  n bru. • .1 in S|.. >i... l.i.-n Certlfli ate No 845 i in ol ...I pi • %  ; %  • %  t) I rertlflcate %  -led ..I i.f II A Hugh, >i Cnli rleemed ••• conllnK t i ert\ dew i Ibed herein I> ,1, %  -, I II...I llvl-elll II hlghi -i Ii >i i. i-ii thi • \|oi %  EiT, i:.o fin, of "ii LEGAL NOTICE FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAHb COUNTY IN CANCERY No. 61C i6J l-AI MA I-.IZA-. ntlff, I VI liKOltCK lll'ZAS, Pefendanl. ._ SUIT FOR DIVORCE N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT l ','-,'',,)',',',. i IlknoWII IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. C.ElHUiE lll'ZAS, tin hereh) ,,'",,',,' ,,,,V ,,, \,„ FLORIDA IN PROBATE „,.,,,, No. 62337 ,,, V( | ,een filed again*! you v x ,.,.„.. 1:i: !. : S!"'r.'.i oi-.-.•'" %  I'-ilr.-d t" aerv< %  ,, rru I I SII>XB\ ii EI-BI '•" %  %  Pleading to Ihe ^ Ii, _„_ Kill nl Coinidilm on Hi, I ...imiiii NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,,,,,, ,,,.,,, MAS ad VI P. %  %  %  %  .. u.e oiu %  I i onin. i ..'„„ ilie lime i.f tin l "" B |.| ,,. I,.,.,, I 'IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE LLLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ..,„.,• >,, ,.,„( OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE K ;K ,;,,,.|,K\ COUNTV IN CHANCERY ,|„ No 64C I i, • |,„1 '....',..1, ol U VM -i. Ui.II I.A.NK. I t caleiidi %  ,| I.,I III. %  || ; \Vdml Ion oi Hi .. I %  |)NEV l-:iK.'NS. >N n v foi v.',. Iniatrati is s. irltj Ti Bldg %  n \\ i: v\i i Vpnl V.I' I %  || LKATIIER.M S 1 %  I'lipEL VNI'. .i \ ..[.Mil I ItlEI'M IN Ml..in I 111 I'l-!-AN I'Altl I • %  NOTl^L OK %  N IV No. 2 %  Ih. of Ma). A l>. i'">L \ 1 > I %  ••. I ; • | : l %  HI I i.i: VTIIERM v N II) II M I.I: %  si THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,'TH JUDICIAL CIRCU T IN AN3 FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORiO* IN CMANCERi NO IMC 3546 :N W \ %  .%  IN i "..i > -. .-ii MILLS a \\ v rm >N I •• f. n.i.iiii. „... NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T< i ill MILLS il VV A I %  -' 'N • -. f the P N. v> 1 .|-|.v..iVRK II :RI m s"" %  %  %  % %  • %  ..... -. .. Pi VTEI I L. 11 .. Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all. real "oid b, M-nr < %  >< CstN'or Cc.mpo.9.1 F-nd MIAMI 3EXCIIISIVI IEWISH CEMfftftt Jim// >w AM) COMMU'lltY VAIIS MO 1-7693 \ %  %  MARTIN EINK era I I I. %  %  %  M i i K n LEA ritER.M \N 1 • of the Circuit I 'oui II) K M II 1*i AN I iutj %  S I S : .... I 1 : I.i-IT NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N< 'TICK |H IIKttEIIV I'.IVEN that %  ht amc ol I*R| 'KI-JSSIO.N M, UK VL-'ltUI • I lli.il. i i i r. m-i.-i -I.I name with the i 'lei k of the Cli i u,i i 'oual oi l '.oi. I -I ul MORTON AN. Hi i.l, Miami li.-.o ii. %  i-: i |l I. v I, rfl ,N THE COUNTY JUDGES CO0R T IN AND FOR DAD! COUNl FLORIDA. IN F'ROiiATb NO 62373 A HE K Hi VI. Hi. n: I.I.-NI:I: "'NOTICE TO CREDITOR To All Creditoi iid v lain ,i>-. v..ii r^ hareby no i ,l to prem nt in) %  manda v.ln.-h you -!.,!. %  ... M.'l %  ..; I'.i.l. to tha Counl > %  '. %  > • .m.l rOa Ida .".•• o> 1. 1.-,I in .. %  % In ih.n offl t) Courthouaa m Ida, within l> f lll-l PI or the ..mi.' in '" Hated .n Miami, i i L. I., .i.ii >. A I' HARRt I %  s A.Co-Kxe. Plral pubUaal %  I ih. 27th day ol M IRV1NU lYI'BN l-\W vii..iioi i i I:-I..I> %  hiiiOodfre)



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= Poge 16-B le*/lttFk Friday, i A?rj 1C, 1964, The National Fisheries Institute A wards FOOD FA]* j& A FIRST in FRESH SEAFOOD • • • • • FOOD FAIR HAS BECOME THE F.RST SUPERMARKET !" !" !" % !" \ l HONORED WITH A CITATION OF MERIT FR M THE NATIONAL FISHERIES INSTITUTE OF WASHINGTON, D. C. THE CITAT ON' AWARDED FOR D_ISTINmiKPFD SERVICE TO THE FISHERIES INSTITUTE CITES FOOD FAIR FOR fTS ,S OU D TSTTN V mNG TO MA T R H KET,NG AND MERCHAND.SING> 'NNOVAT.ONS WHICH HAVE GREATLY ENHANCED THE ACCEPTANCE OF SEAFOOD IN THE AMERICAN HOME AND INCREASED ITS CONSUMPTION. GOLD 0' CORN 100; PURE CORN OIL OLEO ^^ / QUARTERS 2/40 -LB. PKGS.Tf ]ff{ MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS WITH EVERY PURCHASE APPETIZER SPECIALS AVAILABLE ONLY AT THESE STORES • r355 CORAL WAY. MIAMI • 7801 S.W. 88th ST.. DADELAND • 880 N.E. 12Mh ST.. N MIAM, • I82S N.E. 'PMh ST.. N. MIAMI BEACH • 1431 N.E. 163rd ST.. N. MIAMI BEACH • 9400 HARDING AVE.. SURFSIDE • 12C0 S. DIXIE HWY.. CORAL GABLES • 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER • 1020 ALTON RD.. MIAM BEACH • ip45 ALTON RD.. M tM BEACH • 7410 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH • 96 NORMANDY DR.. MIAMI BEACH • 27C0 HOLLYWOOD BLVD.. HOLLYWOOD • 21\7 TYLER ST HOLLYWOOD DELICIOUS LEAN-SLICED TO YOUR ORDER CORNED BEEF KOSHER GRIDDLE FRANKS or KNOCKS FRESHLY SMOKED BELLY LOX FRESHLY SMOKED CHUBS 1 4 LB. LB. SLICED 1 4 LB. LB. 49 88 49 69 c c c c M \ QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ASPAHAeys PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY THRU WEEKEND FOR FINE GLASSWARE. AT REAL BARGAINS THINK FIRST OF FOOD FAIR FRESH & TENDER FROM CALIFORNIA GREAT LOW PRICE! 19 c lb LIBBEY'S iTvn ATTRACTIVE "NORTH STAR" PATTERN MATCHES YOUR NORTH STAR DINNERWARE FOR THE FIRST IN NEW PRODUCTS Think FIRST of FOOD FAIR A ll POD A Tw0 TONE PASTEL OUTSIDE WilWKA PUREST WHITE INSIDE BATH TSSS FACIAL OUALITY ROLL LIMIT 2 PKGS. OF 2 ROLLS, PLEASE WITH S5.00 ORDER OR MORE NEW BY NORTHERN Save 30< ON 4 ROLLS REG. 54? VALUE TOP U.S. CHOICE PSG BRAND 10-OZ. BEVERAGE GLASS ONE PIECE WITH EACH 5.00 ORDER THIS WEEK'S OFFER THRU WED., APRIL 15th RIB AA ROAST DO lb



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Friday. April 10. 1964 +Jcnis*nrriJr>nn Mel and Lorraine Schifke pose at the big birthday cake at Westbrooke Cabana and Country Club's second annual birthday ball. The Schifkes joined several hundred other members to celebrate the anniversary of the JO-acre family club at 8500 on the Trail. SaporitissimiL. (jpshiiiakste! ...The tastiest! Whether sou describe it in Italian, Jewish or English — this delicious spaghetti dinner from Chef Boy-Ar-Dee is just al'oul (he tastiest this side of fclilanol CHEF BOY-AR-DEE" Spaghetti Dinner BOYAgDEE Spaghetti Dinner m Complete in this one package! Cook spaghetti la lojlt. Hoat ond add oulh.nlit Italian Miiihroom Sooco. Top with lots of lippy chcoto. Eojy, quick, goshmolilo. lullobuonol Coitt only obogf 1S par torving. Temple Emanu-EI Sisterhood Will Hold Elections at Annual Tea Wednesday Page 5-5 Mrs. Alexander Kogan, presiHcnt. has announced that the Sisterhood Of Temple Emanu-EI will : hold election of officers and board members for the coming year at its annual spring tea to be held on Wednesday, Apr. 15. at the Pontainbleau Hotel. Ted Peters, buyer and millinery J designer at Jordan Marsh, and Robert Hunt will coordinate and i commentate a spring hat fashion: show. Prizes will be awarded for! the most outstanding hats worn at the tea. Mrs. Murry Koretzky is chairman of the models for the show; Mrs. Simon Rubin. Mrs. Jack Fox. table decorations; Mrs. Israel Teitch. Mrs. Tobias Sussman. prizes Mrs. Jules Channing is hostess chairman; Mrs. Herbert Shapiro. program chairman, with invitations designed and created by Mrs. Koretzky and Stanley Levy. Mrs. Milton Smith is chairman of the Nominating Committee. The Sisterhood's annual Torah Fund Mathilde Schechter tea will bfl held Wednesday, Apr. 22, at the home of Mrs. Saul Kaplan. .Mrs. Harry Koretzky and Miss Lillian Goodman are co-chairmen. Proceeds will go toward construction of a dormitory to house young women who wish to study at the Teachers Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary of I America. A special program has Deen prepared under the direction of > Trixic Levin. firm Names Partner Leonard G. Egert has become a partner in the law firm of Myers, Heiman & Kaplan, the firm atEleven Fifty Building. SW 1st St., announced this week Mrs. Green Will Speak to Pioneers Tikvah Chapter of Pioneer Women. Mrs. Nat Wagner, president, is celebrating the 16th anniver sary of the State of Israel on Sun day. 7:30 p.m.. at Washington Federal. 1234 Washington Ave. Mrs. Milton Green. Council president, will speak on her recent trip to Israel. Mrs. Charles Strauch is chair man of hospitality. Young Pianist To Play Sunday Ten-year-old pianist Debra '• eobson will appear in a solo reci I at the SurfsidTown Hall on Si %  day at 3 p.m. The talented pianist Is the dan. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford eobson. She has studied the pia • for four years with the we'l-kno i teacher. Estelle Pappas. This is the second year that I will be appearing in "a public %  rectal. Debra attends fifth .' d al i: Harbor Elementary School an Temple Menoiah Religious Her program will include vvoi by Beethoven. Becehcrini. Il.iv. T.-ciiaikowsky. Grieg. Rimsk Korsakoff, Chopin and Paderev, Beth David Patrons Dinner Set Sunday Beth David Patrons Committee, j headed by Phillip Schiff. chairman, and Max Silver and Mrs. Louis Seitlin. co-chairmen, have receive,! a large number of rescr\ \ vatlons for the annual Patrons dinner dance to be held on Sunday in the Grand Ballroom of, Spector Hall. Cocktails will be served at 6 p.m., followed by dinner prepared by Mr. Lloyd and the catering staff at Beth David. Al Schor and his orchestra have been engaged for the evening. Mt. Sinai Garden Cfvb Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden Club heard a talk on "Planning on a Budget" by Manuel Cisneros. of! Arts Landscape, during a mcct. ing Monday noon at the Miami Beach Garden Center. .Mrs. Alex Gordon is president of the group. and Mrs. Hank Meyers is in charge ol programming. TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yet. (herei Yom To* spirit l* mis fine tea.. ."flavor crushed" lor fullest strength tnd stimr> Udoa ... richer taste and piss* •re with your fleishigs aad eailcbics sad between steal stfrahsacM... CtrttM Kosher r strict RabbiiUcal c -f —Vre HOLLAND HONEY CAKE MS BELiCiOUS NO FAT or SUGAR is used in the making HONEY being the only Sweetening! I I BUY A LOAF TODAY! IT IS GOOD FOR YOU! • I I TOfaf tot 6aH


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Friday. April 10, 1964 -Jm tst i ftcridfian Page 9-Jl Sen. Humphrey, Ambassador Comay Will Speak at AJCongress Convention Here s. n. Hubert II Humphrey, ofimont Temple. N.Y.. a specialist Minnesota, and Ambassador Mich-1 on interreligious questions, ael Comay. permanent representa The convention session on 'The Quest for Jewish Identity" will hear Dr. Joachim Prinz, president %  ol the American Jewish Congress, Paul H. Vishny, Chicago Jeuis'i communal leader, and Prof. Joseph Landis. of Queens Colljj|. a leading Jewish social philosopher. Me-nbers of the Lawyers Division practicing in the Miami area meet with Division Chairman Georye Talianoff at Federation heedquarters to implement their campaign in behalf of Lie Combined Jewish Appeal. Seated are (left to right) Robert Shapiro. Robert Traurig, and A. Jay Cri&tol. Victims Oppose Amendments Continued from Page 1-A whose health suffered because of internment in labor camps or ghettoes "or for reasons of persecution have lived hidden under inhuman circumstances" on a level equal to those who have received compensation as a resuit of "incarceration in a concentration camp." The resolution also ask d that "pcrsccuteeunable under the provision of the German restitution law tocomph with the key provision of pro* tag the tr i -u r ol seised property to the geographi cal area prescribed by the law should have the opportunity to register their claim and therefore the i. gistration dateunder the law should be reopened The nine organizations sponsoring the mass meeting and signing the resolution, were the Association of Yugoslav Jews in the I' S„ 1.1. Club of Polish Jews, Jewish Nazi Victims Organization Of '. nitel Rumanian Jews of AmeriAmerica, American Association of Former European Jurists. American Federation <>i .lews from Central Europe, Association of Jews i>'om Czechoslovakia in the I'. S. World Federation of Hungarian Jews, and the Widows Group. tive of Israel at the United Nations, will be the principal speakers at the national biennial convention of the American Jewish Congress in Miami Beach on Apr. It to 19. Six hundred delegates from all sections of the country are expected to attend the live-day meeting, which will elect officers and set organization policy for the coming two years. Irving Kane, of Cleveland, will Serve as convention chairman. i Sen. Humphrey will address the convention banquet Saturday evening, Apr. 18 which will honor the 16th birthday of Israel and his own sixteenth anniversary as a senator from Minnesota. Ambassador Comay will speak at a special international affairs luncheon Friday. Apr. 17. Three key issues will be debated at the AJCongress convention: • The New Look in ChristianJewish Relations. • The Changing Role of the Jewish Community in the Racial Crisis. The Quest for Jewish Identity,. Speaking on Christian-Jewish relations will be Ft. Robert F. Drinan, S.J.. dean of the Boston ^ Collejge Law School and a leading Catholic authority on church-state J relations; Dr. David R. Hunter. ] v. Clip coupon and learn how KLM can fly you to Israel and back for $ 535* —and you don't have to belong to an established group P LEASE tell me how T can fly to Israel without joining' an established group. Also send a list of departure dates, itineraries and prices for tours of Israel and Europe, and a copy of the free leaflet, "Jewish Life ill Amsterdam", Name Phone Address City Zone State i v.. % %  „ .. „„, %  KLM U..yal Dutch Airlinci 308 N.E. First St. Miami, Fla. • I''I-! Ip I'Oiinin cttMi : Tel: 377-0641 %  i. New I'M! K upcclal associate general secretary of the i National Council of Churches, a \ OPEN AIL DAY SUNDAY Daily 'til 10 P.M. FOR INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS CAU OR SEE OFFICIAL TRAVEL CENTER major Protestant spokesman; and I 18604 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Rabbi Morris Kertzer. of Larch-' *. Ph. 945-6538 K, CLAY lllllll For Selective Men and Women 129 SE 4th Street Exclusively Yours OLYMPIC SI2E SWIMMING POOL SUN DECK and CABANA AREA Air Conditioned CARPETED GYM TILED SJEAM ROOMS -. FINNISH SAUNA ROOMS MASSAGE ROOMS LOCKER ROOMS • ACTIVITIES • AIR CONDITIONED CLUB DINING ROOM and BAR EVERYTHING ABOVE INCLUDED IN YOUR MEMBERSHIP Call Our Director FR 9-7501 MEMBERSHIP ONE YEAR OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE ROBERT CLAY HOTEL FOR THE PAST 16 YEARS