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

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"elewisli Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WtEKVt
Volume 37 Number 16
Miami, Florida. Friday. April 17, 1964
Three Sections Price 20c
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Eshkol Warns Israel Foes
On 16th Anniversary Fete
^RgggggggDER FREEDOM
s^f n ctcp c n c ii c e O^ 1110 ii
Greater Miami this week joins Jewish communities
throughout the world in celebrating the 16th anniversary of
independence of the State of Israel, which came into being
on the fifth day of the Hebrew month of lyar in 1948. See
Sec. C for related anniversary features.
ISRAU BOND tOM SCT
Independence Dinner Will
Honor Sam Blanks
AS GUEST OF PRESIDENT JOHNSON
Prime Minister's Itinerary Will
Include 10-Day Washington Stay
TEL AVIV I.ITA) In the
luce of war preparations and
threats by Egypt's President
Gamal Abdel Nasser. Israel must
be on the alert and maintain its
deterrent power as the only way
to avert attack. Prime Minister
I.i'vi Eshkol stated here Tuesday.
He summarized Israel's current
defense position in an interview
in the Independence Day issue of
the Israeli Army's weekly period. JERUSALEM (JTA' De-1------
nal. "Bamacheneh. Israel is ...
celebrating the 16th anniversary ot [ **" Itinerary and agenda WATER pLAN AGENDA
the rebirth of the state on Thurs-
day and Friday.
Nasser's war preparations, his
pursuit of more and newer arms,
and his search for foreign know
how for modern warfare, said the
; Premier, "face Israel and the en-
tire world with a big question; nere
oi Premier Levi Eshkol's forth-
coming visit to Washington, where.
he will confer with President
Johnson during a three-day stay
in the capital, were completed
here this week. The full program j
was worked out during a meeting
with Myer Feldman. Presi-
nt! re .-.mil .u. ui rwwiHiui tw-
mark. If Nasser decides on this j (|en, Jonnson-s cnief legal coun-
Hussein Visits
LBJ in Capital
method of accumulating power in ; se, uith hi,,h Foreign office of-
nrdor to destroy us. it is our ob-
Sunday
ro itfc ANNivmsMir hatuhs
sec. c
Greater Miami Jewry, and two i communal activities and aid to Is-
<.l its leaders, will receive special I rael. will receive the highly-cov-
)cognition Sunday night at a com-lttcd State of Israel Medallion of
munity-wide Israel Independence Honor at a gala function sponsor-
Dinner highlighting the celebra- ed by the Greater Miami Commit-
ion of Israel's attainment of its tee for Israel Bonds at the Fon-
ligation to be alert and to face
such a threat."
Asked about the effect on the
situation of the work of German
scientists employed by Egypt,
Eshkol replied: "Without paid
know-how and hired swords,
Nasser could hardly provide his
Continued on Page 7-A
WASHINGTON (JTA> Jor-
dan's King Hussein, who arrived
in the United States on Mondaj
landing in Philadelphia, was to
come to Washington Tuesday to
was indicated that Israel's Cunfer with President Johnson
ficials. Walworth Balbour. United
States Ambassador to Israel, at-
tended the meeting. Mr. Eshkol's
\isit is to begin June 1.
It
defense needs and the economic ,r two days,
burdens these problems create for
Israel will be one of the major
issues which the Premier will raise
Continued on Page 3 A
16th anniversary of statehood.
Mr and Mrs. Sam Blank, pio-
Deer pacesetters of South Florida
Nikitas Kin
Says Hate Book
Now Destroyed
tainebleau Hotel.
Zecv Z. Dover, Consul General
of Israel, will present the nedal-
lion to the Blanks, first couple
ever to be named recipients of
the high award in the name of
his government. United States
Sen. Ernest Gruening, of Alaska,
will deliver the major address
SESSIONS TAKE 0ROAP VIEW
AJCongress Biennial Conference
Meeting in Sessions on Beach
FOR RELATED FEATURES
at the black tie affair.
Two kej sessions ot the Amcr
Greater Miami's leadership in lian Jewish Congress national
the sale of State of Israel Bonds. biennial convention, meeting this,
which for the past several years weekend in the Carillon Hotel, will I
has established this community ,, (>pt.n ,,, residents of the Miami j
with the highest per capita pur- j,wish community, it was an-
i liases of Israel Bonds in the Unit- ; ,)unct(i Wednesday by Rabbi Leon
. ed States or Canada, will foeus na- i Kronish. convention co-chairman. |
oficial government news-' tiona, attention on the dinner. Thc ,w0 sessions are ,he Inter
An historic goal of $2,500,000 in nationa| Affairs Luncheon at 12
PARIS (JTA) Alexis Ad
jubei, son inlaw of Soviet Prem-
ier Nikita Khrushchev, and editor
Ol 111.
paper.
Ihis week that "Judaism Without
Embellishment." the book widely
.criticized in the West as anti-
'Semitic, has been confiscated and
destroyed.
He said "all copies of the book
have been destroyed, and the pub-
lication is no longer available any-
lure in the Soviet Union." He
made the announcement at a
luncheon in his honor tendered by
the French Association of Diplo
rnatic Correspondents. The book
man published in Kiev last yoar
by the Ukrainian Academy of
Siience.
Adjubei added that "As far as
I know, the only copies of the
book still available are reproduc-
tions being printed in the Unit-
ed States for purposes of anti-
Soviet propaganda." His 0-
minute discussion with leading
French and foreign correspond-
ents was centered almost en-
tirely on the issue of Russia's
Jewish policy.
A number of leading French
newspapermen, including the edi-
Continued on Page 5-A
. PAGES 10 AND 11-A
Ambassador Comay, who
;erves as Israel's permanent
representative to the United Na-
tions in New York, will speak
on "Israel and a Hostile Arab
World." The luncheon will be
held in the Carillon Room of the
Hotel.
The gala convention banquet
Saturday evening in the Silver
Chimes Room will be in the form]
ot a "Salute to Israel." marking:
p.m.. Saturday evening, at which: tnt, sixteenth anniversary of the
Sen. Hubert II Humphrey .vili
State of Israel Bond sales for ,|0on Friday, which will hear 1s-
Grcater Miami will be Officially raoi Ambassador Michael Comay.
announced at Sunday's anniversary .(I)(| ,n(, convention banquet at 7
celebration, at which the tradition-
al lighting of candles on a special
Israel Menorah will be a feature gpea|t<1
Of the program. Reservations for the two events
Mr. and Mrs. ( ar VSeinkle. 1. e- ^ m.uU, ,jy ^-^ ,. visit. ^.^
friends of Mr. and Mrs. j ing e0OWintl0B headquarters at the
Continued on Pa.oe 16 A Carillon Hotel.
On Hussein's agenda for his
talks with President Johnson, and
with other leaders ol the Admini-
tration. including Sen. J. William
Fulbright, chairman of the Sen-
ate Foreign Relations, Committee,
were topics concerning further
American aid to Jordan, the ques-
tion of the Arab refugees and.
possibly, his Government's reac-
tion to Israel's plans tor drawing
.Ionian River waters for irrigation
purposes.
Admini;tration officials asked
about the reaction of the Arab
states, including Jordan, to the
Jordan River problem, said that
the United States is encouraged
by Jordan's progress in the ex-
ploitation of its water resources.
They added that the United
States believes all nations in the
area should utilize the available
water resources, stating that the
195S Johnston plan for the use
of water resources in the Middle
Continued on Page 9-A
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establishment of the Jewish State.'
Dr. Joachim Prinz. AJCongress
president, will deliver a tribute
Joyce Farber. soprano.
Continued on Page \^A
Scientists Vow Bonn OK'd Nasser Aid
LONDON (JTA) A West
Caiman scientist who. for three
vears directed a jet fighter pro-
duction program in Egypt, has
charged that the West German
Government not only had full
knowledge of thc work of German
technicians in Egypt on fighter
plane construction, but also ap-
. rnnori and encouraged it. the
Daily Telegraph reported this week
lrom Bonn. -
Dr. Heinrich Gronau. who direct-
ed the program at Hclwan near
Cairo, said he worked under Prof.
Willi Messerschmitt on HA-200
and IIA-300 jet fighters. He said j
that the West German Govern-,
ment even urge:! technicians who j
wanted to return home, after real
izing the anti-Israel nature of their |
work, to remain at those assign-
ments.
Dr. Gronau, who has been di-
recting a section of the West
German Space Research Society
since his return last year, also
confirmed the military nature of
Egyptian rockets which was re-
cently revealed by H. Polenx, a
West German aircraft engineer.
Or. Gronau said he had sup
pressed his own original misgiv-
ings on being assured at the start
by Prof. Messerschmitt that the
West German Government "ap-
proved and supported" the pro-
ject. He added that his doubts re
turned in the summer of 1962 when
President Nasser of Egypt sai.1 in
a speech he intended to destroy
Israel.
Noted novelist Meyer Levin
was in Miami this week in
connection with his recent
work, "The Fanatic." For a
feature interview, see "Dur-
ing the Week ... As 1 See
It." by Leo Mindlin. on Paqe
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Prime Minister's Itinerary Will
Include 10-Day Washington Stay
At Jewish National Fund Memorial Concert in
honor of the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest in
Israel are standing (left to right) Hanan Yar
den. coordinator of the concert; Amiram Rigai
pianist; Hadassah Bodoch, dancer; Leon J. Ell
president of the Jewish National Fund Coun
cil oi Greater Miami; Rabbi Mayer Abramo
witz. co-chairman of the John F. Kennedy
Eyemen Reelect
Dr. Helfman
Dr Arthur Ilolinian has been
reeleeted to serve a second term
president of the Dade Count)
(iptoiMtrk Association.
Other olficers named at an an-
nual iltition mueting are I>r.
Macy Sezzin, presidentelect; Dr.
Carmelo LoParo. first vice presi-
dent; I>r. John Lexow. secoml
\ lOfl president; Dr. George A.
Pena, third vice president.
Dr William S. Pintiow. seere-
lary; Dn, Leonard Clierdack. treas-
urer; Dr. Santurd Ziff. sergeant-
:.t arms; and board members. Drs.
Leonard Margolis, Harold Taylor
and Leroy Diamond.
Memorial Concert; Marcia Gamliel, percus-
sionist; Eliahu Gamliel, flutist; Ephraim Biram,
baritone; and Zev W. Kogan. co-chairman of
the concert. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Emil
Morton, who sang the national anthems; Tova
Porat, singer; and Ruth Manse, one of Israel's
foremost music teachers and accompanist.
Continued from Page 1-A
in his talks with the President
Other topics will he the threat
of the growing military build-up
by Egypt, including the introduc-
tion of rockets into the Middle
Bttt military situation, and the
problem of preserving the area's
balance of power.
The Premier also is expected
to discuss with the President
continuation of United States
aid, and United-States Israel co-
operation in the desalination of
sea water by use of nuclear en-
ergy. Mr. Eshkol will also con-
fer with a number of Cabinet
members during his stay in
Washington.
The visit is expected to last for
ten days, during which the Prem-
ier also will visit military in-
stallations, including the center
where Israeli military technicians
are being trained in the use of
the Hawk supersonic ground-to-air
missiles of the type which the
I nited States has agreed to sell
t<> Israel. The Premier will also
visit New York, Chicago, an I
Weal Coast, meetm- Jewish :
[ers Of those sections. He i~ ex-
pected to visit United Nations
Headquarters when he comes to
New York.
In Washington, it was reported
that Premier Eshkol will stay dur-
ing his state visit to Washington
at the Blair House, the Pic-
dent's official guest house, across
the street from the White House.
Throughout his visit. Mr. Eshkol
will be a guest of the President
and. as .such, he will have at Ma
disposal an official airplane to
carry him and his entourage to
New York. Chicago and Los An-
geles. It is understood that Mr.
Eshkol will meet with the Presi-
dent three times first, shortly at
lei- Ins arrival in the nation > cap-
ital; second, at an official dinner
to be tendered him by Mr. John-
son; and then at a concluding con-
ference, alter Mr Baikal com-
plete;! his talks with other top of-
ficials of the l.S. Government.
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slogan of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal, and the setting
for the display of the work of CJA and its agencies, both in
the Greater Miami community and overseas, is the window
of Burdine's Department Store in downtown Miami. Through
the generosity of leading mercantile establishments, such as
Burdine's, the work of Combined Jewish Appeal and its needs
for 1964 are graphically ilustrated to a multitude of people who
may themselves benefit from the services provided by CJA
and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Cedars Will Cite Two Top Leaders
Two Miiami civic leaders who
have given "direction and inspira-
tion to a host of welfare services"
will be cited at Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital President's Ball on Sun-
.lav. Apr. 26.
"Volunteer of Valor" awards
will be presented at the annual
banquet to E. Albert Pallot and
Stanley C. Myers.
The ceremonies will take place
;n the Starlite Room of the Dorai
Beach Hotel before an estimated
.-itidience of some 400 persons.
Myers it chairman of the
board of Cedars, and Pallot was
chairman of the development
fund which conducted the drive
for construction of the $5 mil-
lion non-sectarian community
hospital.
Myers was a guiding force in or-
-.inizing the administrative struc
'ure of the hospital, and helped
n select Dade's top business and
rofessipnal men to (he Board of
Trustees. .
'.'ullot is president of Biscayne
Kedecal Saving* and Loan Asso-
latiog and former Assistant At-
rite) (join nil of the State of
. la, He is a past president of
istricl Grand Lodge ">. B'nai
.in and governor h Supreme Lodge

BR<5-Elect
ED MASON
*, TO THE
FLORIDA PUBLIC
UPUTIf^COMMISSrON

*
*
*

Resident of Dade County
since 1925
Prociiccd Law and Served
c. Special Assistant to
the U. S. Attorney in
Dade County
Former Member of
Oade County Commission
24 Years of low and
progressive public service
Now serving as chaiiman
of Florida Public Utilities
Commission
Re-Elecf EO MASON
Experienced and Proven
Leadership for Florida
Pm4 ftlHKot Atfv-eiitve**-'
The second annual President's
Ball will feature a dinner dance
and entertainment, preceded by a
reception and cocktail hour at
6:30 p.m., in the Mediterranean
Boom.
The gala social will be a testi-
monial for Hospital President
Harry L. Lewis.
f'Har-
Contlnoed from Page 1 -A
tors of Lc Monde and France Soir,
severely criticized the Soviet
Union on that issue.
In answer to a question on an-
other issue, the Soviet editor said
that the USSR policy of peaceful
co-existence applied also to the
Middle East, and that Russia fav-
ored a peaceful solution of the
"Palestine issue." He did not in-
dicate the nature of that solution.
The Soviet Union has consistently
favored the Arab position on such
issues as that of the future of the
Palestinian Arab refugees, and
has supplied armaments to the
Arab states.
Previously, the Soviet editor |
had reported in Paris that Prcm-1
ier Khrushchev, after examining j
the Kiev book at length, express- j
ed shock over its contents and call-!
ed its author and publishers
"idiots." Adjubei conveyed this
account to Andre Blumel. presi-
dent of the France-USSR Friend-
ship Association and former presi-
dent of the French Zionist Fed-
eration.
According to the account, Ad-
jubei told Blumel that as the pro-
tests in the Western world over
the content of the book, written
by a Prof. T. Kitchko, became
known, the Soviet Premier asked
to be shown the book, which is in
Ukrainian. Mr. Khrushchev him-
self is a Ukrainian.
After studying Hi* book at
length, Mr. Khrushchev com-
mented "the idiots," at the au-
thor and those responsible for
its publication. Ho also asked
that it be presented to the Sov-
iet Communist Party's Central
Committee and it* ideological
commission for examination and
eventual condemnation. The
Ideological commission criticized
the book last week.
The Soviet editor also told
Blumel that the Soviet Premier
was "the man most opposed to
anti-Semitism in the entire Soviet
Union" because he saw in its con-
tinued existence "a last vestige of
Stalinism which must be erased
at the earliest."
Adjubei also told the French
Jewish leader that, in two months,
the principle of "internal pass-
ports," in which the holder's na-
tionality is mentioned, will be can-
celed and replaced by a work p
mit in which nationality or n
gion will not be mentioned. At
present, Soviet Jews must car v
"identity cards" on which a Ri
sian letter indicates that the he
er is a Jew.
Adath Yeshurun
Games Night
A spaghetti dinner and gam :s
night, sponsored by Temple Ada i
Yeshurun Sisterhood, will be he d
in the Temple Social Hall on Si I.
day night.
Dinner, to be served from 3
8 p.m., will be followed by ca
Barnes and movies for the ch t-
dren.
Chairman is Mrs. Benjan a
Falk.
DURING THE WEEK... AS I SEE II
Continued from Page A-A
to beguile readers with a totally
biased report.
"There are," Mr. Levin de-
clared, "two sides to the ques-
tion. Brandt joined the Irgun,
so he automatically became
Hecht's hero. Kastner was iden-
tified with Hagannah, and the
implication seems to be that he
was assassinated as a villian for
that reason."
Said Mr. Levin: "This is char
acter assassination, as well," a
Mr. Levin would have us belie
he is an expert in such matte
"where even Jewish outlets ha
unwittingly collaborated in the
underground attacks on me 1
my Zionist emphasis. I'm no'
he said, "on any blacklist todt
but on a grcylist instead, fi
mutated by the Hellman-An
Frank group that is vindicti
because I beat them in court.
Thus speaks the artist, and
has a right to be heard.
I
Labor Statesman
Today Organized labor is taken for granted
as a force in American life. Yet it is barely
78 years since Samuel Gompers was
selected as the first president of the newly
/ounded American Federation of Labor.
Samuel Gompers knew poverty at first
hand as a child in London. His father,
a cigar maker, was hard put to make ends
meet for his family. Samuel, too, became
a cigar maker to help eke out the family
income. When he was thirteen, he emi-
grated with his family to the United States.
, Conditions among workers in the United
States in 1863 were appalling. Samuel
Gompers joined the Cigar Makers Union.
Jlis education began. A natural leader, he
was soon participating in every phase of
union activity. Learning through trial and
error, Gompers became one of the first
advocates of craft unionism, the labor
philosophy which was to dominate the
labor movement lor fifty years.
Samuel Gompers was in the vanguard
of the fight for the eight-hour day, for
union recognition; he was prominent in
the battle against sweatshops and low
wages, company unions and anti-labor in-
junctions. Gompers became a national
force. Under his leadership the American
Federation of Labor became the largest
union in the world, with a membership of
five million in 19'J4.
During World War I, Gompers mobi-
lized labor behind the American war
effort. In 1918, President Wilson appointed
him to the Commission for International
Labor Legislation. The measure of Samuel
Gompers' unique achievement is the fact
that even today his name is synonymous First with trie Finest Cigarettes
with organized labor. through LoriiiarcJ research
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fage 6-A
At installation ceremonies of Jewish War Veterans Post 677
are (left to right) Dade County Mayor Chuck Hall; "Augie"
Simon, newly-elected post commander; Florida State Depart-
ment Commander Manuel Mandel; and Daniel Neal Heller,
national commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the
U.S.A.
North Shore JWV
Installs Officers
"Augie" Simon was installed a-
( mander of North Shore Jewish
War Veterans Post 677 at cere-
i ies here.
Also installed "ere Arthur Sele-
senior vice commander; Her-
man Press, iirst junior vice com-
mander: Bernard Plotkin, second
junior vice commander: Ben Ha-
berman. judge advocate: Joseph
Pfeiffer, quartermaster.
Simon succeeds Ben Haberman
to the top post. Installation cere-
mpniea were Mar. i? at the Caril-
lon Hotel, with a capacity attend-
ance
North Shore Auxiliary of JWV
installed officers at the same time.
New Auxiliary president is Mrs.
Gertrude Solomon.
Israelite Center Luncheon
Max Garshag and Mrs. Bessie
Geltner, co-chairmen, announce
tliat the annual donors luncheon
of Bikur Cholim of the Israelite
Center will he held on Wednesday
noon. Apr. 22. at the Strath Haven
Hotel. Mrs. Jack Schwartz is
president.
Beth El Meets
For CJAppeal
A capacity crowd of over 200
tended the first synagogue pro-
gram of Combined Jewish Appeal
held by Beth El Congregation.
Arthur S. Rosichan. executive
director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and Combined
Jewish Appeal, was gue6t speak-
er.
Participating also were Joe
Zalis. president of Beth El;
spiritual leader, Rabbi Solomon
Sc.hiff: and Sisterhood president.
Mrs. Jack Shapiro. Lonia, noted
singer of Yiddish and Hebrew
songs, entertained members of the
cenjiregation.
Hollywood Chapel
Dedication Held
At Beth Sholem
Dedication of the new daily
chapel in the educational building
of Temple Beth Sholem. Holly-
wood, was held last week.
Beginning with services con-
ducted by Rabbi Morton Malav
sky in the main sanctuary, the
ceremony continued with greet-
ings by the vice president of the
Temple. Manuel Solomon, and a
Torah procession led by Rabbi
Malavsky and Cantor Ernest
Steiner.
The canopy over the Torahs was
borne by Al Lichtenberg. vice
president and House chairman;
Milton Klier. recording secretary
and Passover chairman; and Ir-
vin Strauss and Manuel Solomon.
Escort- were Julius W. Harris,
gabbai; Morris Axinn. assistant
gabbai; and Harry Antonoff. David
Cooper, president of Senior Fnend-
( ship Club of Temple Beth Sholem.
affixed the meruzah on the door
at the entrance to the new chapel,
and presentation of a new pulpit
cover was made by Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Hoc km an
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Friday. April 17. 1964
+Jewist tier Mian
Page 7-A
Eshkol Warns Israel Foes on 16th Anniversary
Centred own rr.odtrn war equipment. If : ,l De n" weakening m our el- dependence Day parade Thuri-
Egypt makes it a method to | ,, ,0 ntnen our power." i day, the first held in that Ne-
buy know-how, it can buy it to- ,?* ,he Possibility of three gev metropolis. Among other
day from Germansand tomor- ,)0!nts 0| exP'sion These, he | displays, the parade was to in-
row from others. Israel should are alo"K ,ne Syrian border, elude the largest Air Force dis-
mainUin her deterrent power as !" k'rusalen> area, and along', play, with a fly-past of some 220
avert attack. s new waU'r lou,t' laeJi aircraft, including heli-
In an address Tuesdav, stimmar-
spectators expected to con\
on Beersheba from all parts of
| the country. Many Israelis were
expected to come to this city be-
by the Israeli Army. j fore Thursday. The Hotel Caesar-
Meanwhiie. new roads and oth-; ea, of Tel Aviv, chartered a special
er facilities were being reamed plane to take its guests to the
for the hundreds of thousands of parade.
the rly means to
If, however, the enemy decides
to try his chance, despite this
power he should know that our
army ill act swiftly and force-
fully."
izmg present problems on the eve
ol the lUth anniversary. Shimon
Peres, Deputy Minister of De-
fense, urged the intensification of
Israel's electronics industry as
\-kic about American guaran- "the most important means lor
lees given to Israel, .Mr. Eshkol fostering Israel's military devel-
-.id "There are such guarantees, opment."
,iul it is no secret." However,
he said, he was unaware of any Preparations were meanwhile
limitation on American guarantees "ring completion in Beersheba
which might, in effect, tell Is-
rael: "You better be good boys." Ilkaf I^amm C!lnJ
Israel's historic record, he said. WIVI VCim OldTeC!
makes it clear that "we cannot j mm .
help ox others" to maintain Is- At IVIOllliT OlflQI
i... I- B< .urity
Gea Yitzhak Rabin, chief of AlMlial MeftinO
luff Of Israels defense forces. ^,,"MI m?CTing
copters and various types of
jets, spearheaded by 48 Miraje
fighter planes.
The infantry and mobile col-
umns were to ieature the latest
l.-raeli equipment, including 155
mm. howitzers mounted on Sher-
man tank carriers. This self pro-
pelled gun. which has won the
esteem of foreign military at
laches in Israel, was developed
*
David Pinski Oneg Shabbat
On Friday. 8 p.m., the David
I'inski Folk School will have an
Oneg Shabbat at the Farband
Center. 842 Washington Ave. Louis
so stated that, while there must Dr. Havden C. Nicholson, dean Lawvin, principal of the school.
fu no ueakening of Israel's desire of fne University of Miami School!"'" speak on Biblical personali-
lor pea e. and while every effort of Medicine, will be guest speaker *** Chayele Grober. star of the!
musl be made to seek peace. "Is- at Mt sinaj Hospital's annual' Habima. will appear in a program ;
In-ly or help from others" to main. meeting on Thursday evening 'of Yiddish and Hebrew songs
|. in Israels security. Apr 23 in |he hospitai Louis E. ----------------------
Both Syria and Egypt, said Gen. W(,ifson Auditorium Rflhkl Qhnnirft
Rabin, are preparing to attack Is- IaUDDI OilCipirO
faelSyria over Israel's water Dr Nicholson is a graduate of
connected with the use of ""' Cnivcrsitj of Michigan, where Off fQ COflfob
Jordan River waters, Egypt "in
mi ,-,( with Nasser's state-
nents
liller Named
o Hotel Post
he served as a member of the
faculty. He was also dean of the
University of Arkansas School of
Medicine.
Dr. Nicholson came to the Uni-
versity of Miami's staff in June.
1962. Prior to that, he was execu-
tive director of the Hospital
Council of Greater New York. His
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro,
spiritual leader of Beth David
Congregation, will participate in
the 64th annual convention of the
rabbinical assembly. interna-
tional association of Conserva-
tive rabbis, at Grossingers. N.Y..
23.
Unrri I -.ii.i.,,.. i, i,i t <-uuncii oi iireaier .>ew xoris. mis., .. .
Mori. Lanshurgh. president of ... ..,,,:_ Fdllrafion from Apr. 19 through
lie seven Miami Beach Associated *!,.., fc(,ucat,on
tels group, has announced ap- :,nd ,losp,,a, Care'
ntment of Charles Miller to post j According to J. Gerald Lewis.
executive food and beverage di- president of Mt. Sinai, election and
fector at the Deauville Hotel. i installation of new trustees will .
Miller, banquet manager and take place, and brief reports on i ls a memDer 0| lhe orgamza-
Jterir.i director at the Deauville \ the activities of Mt. Sinai during tlon s cxccume council.
lice 1957, succeeds Bill Goldring, i the past year will be presented.: Theme of the conclave will be
signed to accept a post with i The choral group of the hospital's j "The Quest for Jewish Unity
fitercor.tinental Hotels in Los | School of Practical Nursing will Inner. Tensions and Outward
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Rabbis representing Jewish
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North American continent w'iJI
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Fage 8-A
+Jelstncridiiar
Friday. April 17, 19^
By: EDWARD COHEN
Beach Man on Center
Stage in Boxing World
come first class citizens ''
Some off-the-cuff sports histor-
ians claim to trace the Ameri-
can immigration waves and the
upward mobility of the "disad-
vantaged'' in our societ) through
boxing. The Irish, .lews and
Italiansin quite the same or-
der that their parents arrived on
these shoresfought their way
to fame and fortune in the days
before World War II. Although
Lassman grew up in the same
areas as many of the ureat Jew-
ish fighters, he knew none of
them personally but cites their
background as significant for the
Negroes and Latin Americans
who dominate boxing today.
'Boxing gives opportunities to
a lot of boys who are not very
strong in education, or very good
in basketball and football, so
they can get an education in col-
lege. Because of that alone. I
think it's worth saving. My job.
as 1 see it. is to assure these
boys that they'll be protected
from some of the elements who
have taken over. Federal laws
and a strong Boxing Commis-
sioner will do the job." is an
opinion he takes every opportun
ity to express.
Unfavorable Reflection
Lassman's disenchantment with
the post of ruler over a volun-
tary association of the boxing
commissions of 41 states and 13
foreign nations, most of those in
A2 Ed Lassman
^k ^ I for people. it
Wk 1 I could he the re
R A IS Sl n ''" na>
aHlftl denlv pro
ected into national limelight as
.resident of the World Boxing
association.
The Miami Beach restaurateur
.is no important-sounding philo-
ophy about his interest- As
resident of the Friends of Para
lalegic Veterans of Florida, he
ecently chartered a plane from
now York to Miami Beach to
, ntertain some 20 vets. The
>ranch of the Asthmatic Chil-
dren's Hospital of Denver in
\orth Miami is being built here
on the impetus of his campaign-
Ig as a director.
Federal Legislation
His bluntness of approach to
iiatters. which others handle
uelicately. is still a legend
round the Jewish Federation of
.liami "Ed Lassman never
bothered with pledge cards when
lie was chairman of the Res-
taurant Division of CJA. He
. alked out of every place with
check." is the somewhat awe-
truck account.
This first year of his leader
hip of the World Boxing Asso-
. iation is very likely to be his
1st
"I've been ridiculed, criticiz-
ed and annoyed." he said, when
we spoke with him tne day af-
ter his appearance before a Sen-1
te Committee hearing on the |
Miami Beach Clay-Lbton fight
nd its ramifications. "I'll be:
atisfied with my year if we can'
(at Federal legislation for uni-
rorm boxing regulations. It
eems to be the only tool against
-loppy physical examinations.
nismatches. some greedy pro
noters."
Lassman's interest is the pro-
ection of the fighter. Although
nany dim views have been ex-
>ressed about boxing as a sport
hese days, the Miami Beach
Commissioner has his own be-
lef it is "still a sport that has
telped misguided youngsters he-
Tacuara Stronger
Than Ever Before
BUENOS AIRES tJTA) An
> nergency session of the DAIA.
the central body of Argentine
wry, as told this week that the
1 itlawed anti-Semitic ultranation-
istic Tacuara group still has
istly greater supplies of arms
'-an th<-o -.eized by the Govern
1 ent
Some 110 delegates from all
rts of the country wore told bj
I erzl Gcsang. DAIA general BBC-
; tary. that since the ban on the
i ganization. Tacaura had organiz-
1 a cell system and "probably
> 100 times more arms and
3 ice" than those originally
und which he described as sub-
-ntial
Dr. Leon Perez told the meet
> g that there was a danger that
c movement made up of follow-
. t of exiled former dictator Juan
J eron, was turning anti-Semitic,
'ding that a tendency in that di
etion a as "already visible."
*ntat.v o. the m* a* Moadon to Hear* I*
the circumstances of that f.ght .. ^____ ^Wf |f
reflected unfavorably against
Rabbi Horovitz
Next meeting of Moadon He
Boxing was the tlrst >port to ()I.c^.spcaking cuitral group .
show the waj to total elimina- (ircatcr M,aini. will i. held on
turn qf discrimination, and that Sum|;iv cvening, 8:15 pm
will never change." he says. Washington Federal Savings'm
Born into the restaurant busi- ^B Assot.iatl()I1
Guest speaker. Rabb
and
I.....- 'Grand and Clin = ZST^T^'g,
;,,..,,.., i,:. two restaurants here
with the 30 and 40 hour- 1
i bi en devoting to
. non.| ns WBA presidencj
,1 ,, his election last August
Rabbi Horovitz is principal ,i
the Mesivt* Senior High School
in Miami Beach and assistant
principal of the Hebrew Acad-
emy. A graduate of Yeshivj
University, he was ordained by
Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik. H<
taught in Israel for three years
in Yeshiva Bnei Akiva.
He has been connected with the
showing ol his appearance be- Hebrew Academy for the la-t 11
(ere tin' Senate Committee last yean, and lives in Miami Beach
week. Lassman told one Too with his wife and four children
much I: behind the A discussion on the daily chap-
iron curtain." indicating that he tei of the Bible will be presented
would spend more time as chair- bj Habbi Shimon Azulaj
man ol the Miami Beach Box
ing Commission ant
family in the future
Threats Made
Greel ~ '' w""
-21' -he also ov ns The
Fert Lauderdale who
,,,.,.; n the "iV news
Musical portion of the pi I
with his will be conducted by Cant.: Ger ?!
shon Levin, of Temple Or Olom
ID LASSMAN
suffers for convictions
South America and the Far East,
stems in part from the public-
ity following the Clay-Liston bout
"Clay's religious dedication i
his personal affair, and neither
that fact nor his 1 'lor ever a-
mentioned by me. and those who
know me could not ever believe
otherwise. The matter of with-
drawal of title recognition from
the new champion developed
from the fact that many repre
. w 1,1 >k. 01 Miami. Irving Shalom i> pre-
The second .leu to hold the
World Boxing Association post,
Laman has said that "I have
suffered for my convictions"
and has reported that there were
threat- against his Hie follow-
ing hi> comments on Cassius
Clay. Hi- home town support
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1 Isappointment. It is probably hold its monthly meeting at the
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Miarru Vice Mayor Sidney M. Aronovitz (left) presents Sidney
Lei n, chairman of the Arbor Day commemoration sponsored
by ..19 Miami Eeautification Committee, with a proclamation
by .layer Robert King Hiah which announced Apr. 15 as the
dc-: dedicated to tree plantings.
Hussein Visiting Johnson
Continued from Page 1-A
Eat' affords the best yardstick
for he equitable distribution of
watarf in the area.
They added that the United
States supports the right* of all
the riparian states imohed to
make use of the water- on an
equ table basis. Israel i> one of
those riparian states.
(New York dispatches from
[Cain reported'that President Nas-
ser, Oi Egypt.'has sent a letter to
President Johnson, which was to
I hnv been delivered to the White
mouse on Tuesday. Washington
[sources dij not confirm Mr John
[j-on's reee.pt oi such a letter. I
Dining his stay here. King Hus-
Isein was to w honored at .i dinner
Aronovitz Gets
Clean-Up Award
Miami Vice Mayor Sidney M.
Aronovitz was this week present-
ed with Miami's achievement
award from the National Clean
l'p, Paint Up, Fix Up Bureau.
Presentation was made by Gor-
don E. Smith, chairman of the
Miami Beautitication Committee.
f -ft
Radio Executive
is Vice Chairman
Of Committee
Sidney Levin, vice president'
and general manager of radio sta-
tion WKAT. has been named a'
vice chairman of the Miami Beau-
tification Committee.
Levin, chairman of the group's
festivities for Arbor Day on Wed-
nesday, was first appointed to the
committee a year and a half ago,
and has been a member of the
board since October, 1963.
Led by Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein, president of Jewish Family
and Children's Service, members of the agency participate
in a Dial-a-Thon session at Federation Headquarters. Over
S2.000 was raised at the session by representatives of the
National Council of Jewish Women and JFCS. two beneficiary
agencies of the annual Combined Jewish Appeal campaign
Left to riqht (seated) are these JFCS board members: James
Mack. Mrs. Goldstein, and Mrs. Leonard Beldner. Standing
is Joseph Gassen.
by President Johnson, and was to
reciprocate ith a similar event
honoring Mr. Johnson. Among
the Washington events in the
King's honor was also a luncheon
by the Citizen.- Committee for
American Policy in the Middle
East, an anti-Israeli group.
As one of three vice chairmen,,
Pancoast, who has resigned be I Beth Kodesh Will Honor Weiners
a citizens representative on the
Dade County Pollution Board.
Miami Beautitication Commit
tee chairman is Gordon Smith.
Miss Alice MacVicar and Mrs.
James A. Dunn also are vice
chairmen
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Weiner will be | tional activities." declared Charles
honored at a meeting of Beth I Hablow. president, in announcing
Kodesh Congregation. the function
The devotion, energy and inter-1 The meeting will be held next
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AJCongress Biennial Convention on Beach
Delegates from All Parts
Of the Country Attending
Key Sessions to Sunday
1KVING KANl
Biennial Chairman

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Some 600 delegates from all
sections ci (he country arc at-
tending the national biennial con-
vention of the American Jewish
Congress
The convention opened Tuos-
, ;i> at the Carillon Hotel, and
will he in session through this
Sunday. Apr in
Irving Kane of Cleveland,
0 convention chairman and
former president of the Council
of Jewish Federation and Wel-
fare Funds, has announced that
a highlight ot the convention will
he the appearance of U.S. Sen.
Hubert Humphrey tD.Minn.) at
;i banquet on Saturday evening
at 8 p.in
Changing Role
A session Thursday evening
Apr. Ifi. was to feature 'The
Changing Hole of the Jewish
Community in the Racial Crisis."
with the following guest speak-
ers
Joseph P. l.yford. consultant.
Fund for the Republic; Stanley
II Lowell, chairman. Comniis
sion on Human Rights of the City
el New York, and a vice presi-
dent of American Jewish Con-
gress: and Shad I'olier. chair
man. AJCongress G 0 ve ruing
Council.
On Friday noon. Apr. 17. Is
rael's permanent representative
to the l'nite.1 Nations. Ambassa-
dor Michael Comay. will address
the convention on "Israel and a
Hostile Arab World."
Officer Elections
Following the Saturday night
banquet and the address by Sen
Humphrey, there will he election
of officers and adoption of -con-
vention resolutions on Sunday
morning, 10 am
The national biennial will end
at a" p.m Sunday, with an ad-
dress by the presidentelect.
Karlier in the week, on Tues
day evening, the convention
opined with a keynote address
by Irving Kane, with a presi-
dential address offered by Dr
Joachim Print, of Newark. N.J.
On Wednesday evening, at 8
P ni a session entitled "'The
New Look in Christian Jew i-.li
Relations in the IS" featured
these speakers
Prominent Authorities
Fr Robert F, Drinan, s.i .
dean, Boston College Law School,
representing the Catholic com
munity; Dr David R Hunter, a*
sociatc general secretary of the
National Council of churches.
Protestant; and Rabbi Morris
Kert?er o! l.achmont NY.
Jew ih
Jewish Flloriidlian
Friday. April 17, 1964
Page 10-A
SEN. HUBtRT MUMPHREr
Banquet Speaker
AMBASSADOR MICHAEl COMAt
UN Representative
DR. JOACHIM PRINZ
National President
Issues Range from Christian Jewish
Relations to the Racial Crisis Today
Three key issues arc being do
bated at the national biennial
convention of the American Jew
ish Congress at the Carillon
Hotel in Miami Beach through
this weekend. They are.
The New Look in Christian
Jewish Relations.
The Changing Role of the
Jewish Community in the Racial
Crisis.
The Quest for Jewish Idcn
titv
Some of the country's out
standing authorities in each ol
the three fields are taking part
in the discussions
Spokesmen on Panel
Speaking on Christian Jewish
relations Wednesday muht was
Robert F Drinan. S..1 dean ol
the Boston College Law School
and the leading Catholic author
ity on church-state relations;
Dr. David H Hunter, associate
general secretary of the Nation
al Council of Churches, a major
Protestant spokesman; and Rah
hi Morris Kortzor. of Larchmont
Temple, NY., a specialist on in
tcr religious questions
Among the questions raised
during this part of the coin en
tion were
what will the Ecumenical
Council's expected adoption Ol a
new schema on the Jews and on
religious liberty mean in terms
of better interreligioiis relations
in the I s.
What is the social affect ol
increasing Catholic pressures for
Federal aid to parochial schools"
How have Supreme Court
decisions outlawing prayer and
Bible reading in pubic schools
affected illation- between Jews
and Christians
Jewish Role
Joseph P Lyford. author and
consultant on race relations lor
the Fund for the Republic.
Stanley H. Lowell, chairman ot
the New York City Commission
on Human Rights, and a nation
al vice president Of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress; and Shad
i'olier. AJCongress Governing
Council chairman, led the con-
vention discussion on the chang-
ing role of the Jewish commun-
ity in the racial crisis They
discussed
Is Jewish participation in
the civil rights stru^ule helping
to prevent Negro anti-Semitism?
Do .lews have a special re-
sponsibility a- victims of cell
tune-old persecution themselves
to help Negroes win equality?
U the Negro freedom move
nielli willing to accept Jews or
other white-, in major roles?
Quest for Indentity
Participating in another panel
on "The Quest lor Jewish Iden
lity." to take place in the form
ot aii On< Shabbat on Sat
..! L' p.m., will be Dr. Joachim
Prim, president of the Amer i .>
.U .-. i-h Congress Paul H \
ny, Chicago Jewish com:
leader; and Prof. Joseph Laidi-.
of Queens College, a la
Jewish social philosopher
The} will discuss:
How does the Amer can
Jew strike an effective balance
between being like everyone ol-.'
and being different'
How serious is the th eat
of intermarriage to Jewish ion
tinulty?
What is Israel's role in
creating a greater Jewish con
sciousness among Americas
Jews*
Chapters and divisions from
throuahout the country are rep
resented at the American Jew
ish Congress biennial com i'
During the five-day meeting
the delegates are ptonnliu.
organisation's program for the
next two year period in Jewish
cultural affars. in extending
democratic freedoms and pro
tecting the rights of Jew- si
home and abroad A slatt ":
officers for the 196t-6 pt
w ill also be elected
FOR THE SAKE Of HERITAGE AND HISTORY
Programs of the Organization Defined
Bt DR JOACHIM PRINZ
President
American Jewish Congress
It .- pi I : the pi ilosoph)
Unerieaa Jewish Congress
(1st n oontinuitv .':
owr> i~ not anonsjl Essential
r me.inmgful Jewish survival.
e believe, are an i.n.icrsiano
SStd appreciation e4 the ideas
ml ideals that make up the Jew
-h heritage To this SSMl the
sn ss c.....SUSSKM on Jew
-h Atfa.rs has
. Pr*f>ared and released t.
tSkglsasje n record al
complc:. Stwtj man
Uals Invitation to Y.dlish
and i jointly with the Jewish
v> "Hebrew Through Cor.
versaiion and arranged for pub
hv-ation of "The Creat Jewish
Books in expensive paper back
torn-.
. Conduct) a series of ma)
- or. Jew ish Values
- vitally affecting the
it) commumtv the threat ot
intermarriage, the voyage from
..burbia. the reve.
anee of the am ient Jew ish her
itage t*da\
. Served as the coordinating
bod> respons hie for the historic
20th aniuveisaiv commemoration
of the W.ir.-aw Chotto uprising
. Launched the annual "IMa
logue in Israel.'' a unique cul
tural exchange designed to
strengthen American Jewrv and
the people of Israel
Anti-Semitism at Home
AJCongress also publishes !
popularly* ritten "Congress' Bl
Weekly"' and the outstanding
quarterly. "Judaism Yet tin
tells only part of the A.ICon i,
story, for the advancement ol
Jewish culture cannot be sop
Continued on Page 11 -A
SEN. HUMPHRH JO SPtAK
Gala Banquet on Saturday
Sixteen i the "magic number" of the American Jew.--.
Congre convention banquet to he held in the Silver Chimes
Room oi lb,- Carillon Hotel on Saturdaj evening. Apr IS. at
p in
Tin- banquet will honor th,- it'.th anniversarv of the estal
b lnn.ni | i| state ul Israel and the 16th year in the I S.
Senate o| s.-n Hubert II Humphrey. guest speaker.
A cordial invitation la (he Miami Jewish community to at-
tend th. banquet hat been .Mended by Rabbi Leon Krooish
""""""".....hairmnn and president ol the South Florida Coun-
cil ol tin- ( on; i,
""'"' ln will bi observed .uu\ dress will be toroi
:......ding in Rabbi Krontsh
'" "l'11'..... lo the address bl Sen Hum
''" w"l be delivered .i the banquot bj 1
"'""" "' "" Mnet....., jewian Congroa
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a.ii ungi
Miami Ik ai h
"I Hie Hade ( ......|v
Ni
mphrev. a major sd
Dr Joachim PrtB*.
on [rest
'"i1 '"" ol Chicago a national vice president ol
".....reside Mrs IIIMrod Augenstein. of North
and la, k li Gordon, noted banker and member
School Board, are serving as members ol
They are the two local
ish Congress National Con-
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Fiiday, April 17, 1964
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Page Il-A
MANY AM PROMINENT NATIONALLY
Miami Leaders are Playing Key
Roles in Sessions Over Weekend
Greater Miami affiliates of the American
i ista 0 ngress are playing key roles al the
biennial convention <>i the organization now meet-
ing in the Carillon Hotel.
\moiiL. local leaders an- Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish, national vice president of AJCongress and
president of the Southeast Region; Jack Gor-
don, member of the National Governing Coun-
cil; Bernard S. Mandler. president of the Metro-
politan Chapter. Southeast Region, and chair-
man of the Commission on Law and Social Ac-
tion here; Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers life mem
ber of AJCongress and a member of the South
Florida Council; and Mrs Benjamin Kamen, a
national vice president of the Women's Division.
In tribute to the biennial, synagogues and
temples throughout the Greater Miami area
will turn their pulpjts over to American .Jew-
isfa Congress speakers.
Dr. Joachim Prlnz, national president ol
AJCongress, will speak at Beth David Congre-
gation nil Prida) evening and at Temple Emanu-
El on Saturday morning. Also scheduled lor
Friday evening appearances are.
Temple Beth Torah, Leo I'lclfoi. general
counsel and director of the American Jewish
Congress Com mis-ion on Law and Social Action
Temple Beth Shirah, Joseph B. Robinson, as-
sistant director. AJCongress Commission on Law
and Social Action.
Temple Beth Sholom, Shad Polier. Govern
ing Council chairman. American Jewish Con-
gress.
Temple Menorah, Julius Schatz. community
service director, American Jewish Congress.
Temple Ner Tamid, Ascher Katz. president.
Brooklyn Divisions, American Jewish Congress.
Temple Adath Yeshurun, Paul Annes. nation
al vice president, American Jewish Con-res-.
Programs of AJCongress Defined
Continued from Page 10-A
arated from the protection oi
Jewish right.-. Thus, on the do-
mestic scene, it v. as AJCongress
that:
. Attacked the aim Semitic
employment practices of the
Arabian American Oil Company
Aramco) andafter a legal bat-
tle lasting seven yearswon a
discriminating against Jewish
job applicants.
. Represented Charles Pain,
the Ortho.lox grocer from Brook
lyn. in challenging the New
York Fair Sabbath Law in New
York Citya suit that helped
win the fight for a law ending
the special discrimination im-
posed on Orthodox Jews and
Other Sabbatarians because ol
their religion
. Provided legal counsel for
Jewish and non-Jewish parents
i pposing school religious prac-
tices in Miamiand won the
first court decision in U.S. his-
tory banning nativity scenes,
Crucifixion pageants and other
i.votional observances in the
public schools.
. Served as attorney for
Jewish parents in Rutherford.
N.J.. successfully challenging
the distribution of Gideon Bibles
to public school children.
. Led the king struggle to
end discrimination in colleges
and universities, resulting in the
first law in the nation effective
ly ending the vicious quota sys-
tem in higher education and pro-
fessional schools.
. Pioneered the first state
laws to ban job discrimination.
Today, so pur cent of American
At Beth Torah
UO PfEffER
Commission en taw
Jews are protected bj state fair
employment laws.)
Jewish Rights Abroad
In international affairs, it was
AJCongress that:
. Exposed the Arab League
campaign of boycott and black
mail aimed at making American
Jews second-class citizens.
. Helped mobilize American
opinion to an understanding and
appreciation of Israel's position
on the Arab refugee question,
on its right to try Adolf Eich-
mann, on the need for a Jordan
Valley Authority and on other
vital issues affecting Israel's
peace and security.
. Revealed the continuing
presence of Nazis in German
Government positions and issued
repeated warnings of the revival
of neo-Nazism.
. Documented the plight of
the 3.000.000 Jews ol the USSR,
and helped formulate demands
through U.S. and UN channels
for an end to the Soviet Govern-
ment campaign of cultural and
religious genocide against Rus-
sian Jewry.
. Launched the still-unfin-
ish national campaign to win
U.S. ratification of the interna-
tional Genocide Convention.
Shabbos for Themselves
We of AJCongress have never
sought to "make Shabbos for
our-elves." We have never lim-
ited our concern only to Jewish
issues. In terms of our Jewish
heritage, in terms of our Jcw-
i-h history, in terms of our Jew
ish experienw, we know freedom
is indivisible.
The roots of our commitment
to the struggle for human rights
lor all men lie in the Torah and
the Prophets. Yet it is not our
heritage alone that impel- us to
join the fight for freedom. There
is also the lesson of Jewish his-
tory.
Can we forget that only 25
years ago it was Jewish children,
in Na/i Germany, who had to at-
tend segregated schools?
Can we forget the appeals to
the conscience of humanity we
made in behalf of our brethren
living in concentration camps
and (King m extermination cen-
tersonly to he met with an aw-
lul silence?
Can we now answer the Ne-
gro's plea for help in his fight
lor equality with the same kind
of silence"
The Practical Arugments
Can we call again on the con-
science of humanitythis time in
the name of the 3,000.000 Soviet
Jews who face cultural and reli-
gious extinctionwhile we give
a silent answer to others in their
struggle to be free?
If there are moral and histori-
cal imperatives determining the
Jewish commitment to civil
rights and civil liberties, there
are equally strong practical
arguments. For the fact i- that
just as the fight against anti-
Semitism helps the Negro com-
munity, so does the effort to help
the Negro fight for equality also
help Jews.
When AJCongress plays a maj-
or role in winning enactment of
a law giving the Federal Gov-
ernment the right to investigate
synagogue bombings, Negro
churches also come under FBI
protection. When the NAACP
wins a Supreme Court ruling
against restrictive covenants in
the sale of homes, this imme-
diately opens up opportunities
for Jews to move into neighbor-
hoods previously barred to them.
The Summing Up
AJCongress activities have
their roots in the heritage and
the history of our peopleand in
the experience of the American
Jewish community.
AJCongress believes that Jews
are first-class citizens, and that
we need not fear to take our
proud and proper place among
Americans of all races and reli-
gions in the great national ef-
fort to insure life, liberty and
the pursnit of happiness for every
citizen.
JACK CORDON
National Governing Council

RABBI ItON KRONISH
Southeast Region President
BERNARD MANDLER
Metropolitan President
MRS. BENJAMIN KAMEN
Women's Vice President
Florida Women's Division High
On Top Convention Committees
Leaders of the Miami and
South Florida Women's Division
of the American Jewish Congress
arc playing key roles in the or-
ganization's national biennial
convention in the Carillon Hotel.
Mrs. Harvey Kramer, presi-
dent of the Women's Division,
heads the (delegation.
Mrs. Belle Kamen, a national
vice president of the National
Women's Division, is serving as
a member of the Convention
Committee on Law and Social
Action. Mr-. Leo C. Steinberg
and Mrs. Irving Kaplan are co-
chairmen of the Hospitality Com-
mittee for the convention.
Mrs. Mildred Augcnstein is
serving as a member of the Na-
tional Convention Committee.
Representing the Louise Wise-
Herri Chapter arc Mrs. Anna K.
White. Mrs. Mary S. Cohen. G?
trude Mogul. Mrs Ruth All
qucrquc. Mrs. Sadie Raynit
Mr- Hannah Grossman. Ml
Prances Herder and Mrs. Lilit
Hirsch.
Delegates of the Miami CIp
tcr are Mrs. Pearl Janko. M
Rose Weinberger. Mrs. Sain Pi
chan-ky, Mrs. Jeanette Gold a
Mrs. Jeanette Stern.
The Florida Women's Divisi
is being represented by Mrs. F.
Steinberg. Mrs. Frances Shap
and Mrs. Libby Sidersky.
The Biscayne Chapter is rep
tented by Mrs. Ruth Bruce. M
Lynne Zuckerman and M
Sylvia Brown
Attending the convention
representatives of the Justi
Chapter are Mrs. Sylvia Silvc
Mrs. Irvine Kaplan and M
Fthel Wolk.
Their Motto: Not Charity but Justice
By IRVING KANE
Conference tnairman
Not relief but redress; not
palliation but prevention; not
charity but justicethis is the
only program worthy of a great
and proud people With these
words Rabbi Stephen S. Wise is
-ued the clarion call to the
American Jewish Congress In its
formative years. How has
AJCongress met the vital issues
of its time' How does it face
the challenge of the years
ahead?
Founded by Stephen Wise,
Louis Brandeis and other distin-
guished American Jews in 1918.
the American Jewish Congress
-et to work at once by sending
a delegation to seek inclusion of
guarantees for Europe's Jewish
minorities in the Versailles peace
treaty. The AJCongress delega-
tion also helped win internation-
al recognition by the League of
Nations of the Balfour Declara
tion calling for establishment of
a Jewish National Home in Pal-
estine, thus paving the way for
the 1947 IN resolution estab-
lishing a Jewish state, in the
years between (and since),
AJCongress has been a foremost
spokesman in Israel'- struggle
to build a land whose people
could live in peace, in dignity
ami in security
When Hitler came to power
Germany. AJCongress was t
first national organization I
warn oi the Nazi danger, launc i-
ed the firsl worldwide count
movement against Nazi persei
tion with an intensive boy
of German goods and services
Biennial in Session Now
Continued from Page 1-A
will present a selection of Is-
raeli and Jewish music.
Jack D. Gordon, of Miami
Beach, vice president Of the
Southeast Region of A.ICongres-.
will introlucc Sen. Humphrey,
who will deliver the main ad-
dress of the evening. Dress will
be informal and dietary laws
will be observed at the banquet
Also on the convention sche-
dule Saturday. 2 p.m., is an Oneg
Shabbat sis-ion on "The Quest
lor Jewish Identity.'' Rabbi
Kronish. of Temple Beth Sholo i.
will preside at the session,
be held in the Carillon Ha
Panelists will include Dr, I'm
Paul II. \ ishny, president of i
organization's Chicago Counc
and Prof. Joseph Landis,
Queen- College. New York,
noted Jewish social philosoph
The convention will concl
Sunday following the adoption
resolutions and election ficers The presidentelect v
peak t a buffet hmch a< -
ing the closing of the conventiu i.


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Friday. ApriT 1", 1364
Among Races in the May 5 Elections
Following
is a list of candidates running for office in the May 5 out: "1 'SSHJS^S'Jli
ates and races. other genera^ ^ropna,,^ bd. wbjcj.
legislation to repeal
sections.)
Kenneth Myer$
Attorney Kenneth Myers, in his
first bid for an elective post, is
candidate for Dado's legislative
delegation from Group 5.
. introduced
attorney general to succeed Rich-Ilne inventory tax, and supported
ard W. Ervin. Kynes. an attorney | ,ile implementation of the Kerr-
in Ocala. also says he "worked en-1 Mills medical assistance bill, the
thusiastically to push through the j E(luca,i0nai Bond program and
1963 amendment to provide A* {ha Sunland Training Center for
Having served as special attorn- i.ancing lor expanded recreational Dadc County.
ey for the Dadc delegation during
the 1963 session of the Florida
Legislature. Myers states: "I
came away with the conviction
that much needs to be done lor
Dade County's interests. I am
not satisfied that Dade County
has only one representative for
every 75.000 while other counties
facilities throughout Florida
visitors and home folks."
for I
Ralph Poston
Native Miamian Ralph Poston.
seeking election to the State Leg
islature in Group 2. is running on
a platform of "economy in gov-
ernment: fairness to our people;
have one to every 10.000; and that growth of Dade County."
Dade Countv gets back 20 cents A member of the Metro Exam-
lor every gasoline tax dollar as ir.ing Board, Poston's means to his
against S4.17 return tor the same EFG" program includes "repeal
tax dollar elsewhere. I of the inventory tax and additional
These and other inequities must lax on auto licenses, secure a fair
he chansed. and if I am elected. I apportionment of the legislature.
will work with the Dade delega-
tion in attempting to solve these
problems." says Myers.
assist our senior citizens, protect
existing industry while providing
for the promotion of new space
age and other industries, and
James W. Kynet spur tourism through coordination
Attorney General James W. ol promotional material."
Kynes. seeking to retain his state
cabinet post, calls attention to his Walter Weiss
'having organized the Commission Former Mayor of Homestead,
on the Aged and helped obtain realtor Walter Weiss is making a
passage of legislation that pro- bid for a seat in the State Legis-
vided hospital services for senior [ature from Group 11.
citizens." Weiss, who has served on the
An executive assistant to the Da,jc County Board of County
governor before being appointed commissioners and on the Crime
Commission of Greater Miami, is
pledging himself "tc advance our
vital water resources control pro.
gram, obtain a more equitable |
share of State Road Funds for
Dade County, work toward the ex-;
pansion of our educational sys-1
tern, and further the expansion of:
industry and tourism to provide ''
more and better jobs."
Senior Citizens
Program Slated
"Do You Hate Yourself?" is the
second program of the "World and
the Senior Citizen" series being
presented by the People Speak
Town Hall Forum in cooperation
with the Mental Health Society
On Friday. 8 p.m.. at Washington
Federal Auditorium. 1234 Washing-
ton Ave.
Panelists will be Dr. Erwin
Stasek, psychologist; Miss Priscilla
Hayden, director, Welfare Plan-
ning Council: and Marvin S.
Schreiber, executive director. Sen-
ior Citizen Day (enters. Chaim
Ro-e is moderator
George Whiting
George Whiting, 43-year-old bos-
George Whiting. 43-year-old bus-
inessman, opened his campaign
for State Legislature in Group 14
with a plea to the voters "to re-
turn Government to the people."
A travel agency owner. Whiting
calls for "a Senior Citizens pro-
gram which will include plans to
find more jobs for Senior Citizens,
a network of Junior Colleges, and
raises in pay for teachers.
"Let's repeal the auto tag in-
crease." says Whiting, "and above
all. 1 am opposed unalterably to
any sales tax on food and drugs."
? *
Arthur Young
Born in Dade County in 1934.
Arthur Young. State Legislature
candidate from Group 14. believes
"the people are entitled to a full-
time government, not a legislature
which meets every other year en-
abling controversial subjects to
get lostand Dade's taxes to go
up."
An active civic worker. Young
is a past president of North
Miami Beach Jaycees. and past
State vice president of Dade and
Monroe County Jaycees.
Covering the state for the Jay-
cees, Young says "I could see
first-hand where Dade County
was not receiving her fair share
of state funds. If 1 am elected,
this will be one of my first con-
siderations. I also will agitate
for a four-year State College for
Dade County, better roads and
promotion of tourism and light in-
dustry."
.*.
Creed Alderson
Businessman-educator Creed Al
' derson. Democratic candidate for
Group 3 State Legislature, pledges
; "integrity in government" and
I asks all Dade County to "give me
I your support on May 5."
A veteran of the Korean War.
i Alderson is a stockbroker and a
member of the Miami Junior
Chamber of Commerce, Florida
Adult Education Associatbi and
National Association of Public
School Adult Educators.
o
Rufu* C. Sundie
A graduate of Univer-.cy of
Miami Law School, living here
since 1946. Rufus C. Sundie. candi-
date for Judge in Small Claims
Court. Group 2, states "1 owe no
duty to any person, organ -.jtmn
or pressure group, and con-
duct the court with dign and
integrity.'*
Practising as an attor ;n
Miami for the past 14 year Sun-
die is a member of the iorida
and American Bar Assoi itions,
and pledges that "all data will
be given the same impart and
tais- consideration if I am el< 1 "
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Fair apportionment will open
the door to Florida's greatest era
of advancement and prosperity,"
says Slate Hep. Tom Spencer.
seeking reelection in Group 11,
and 1 will continue to fight for
fair apportionment."
Calling attention to his record
in the l!i<;:s session. Spencer points
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Jnis lAJeehend
[If ycu were confused because the street sign on Biscayne
Bou.evard and NE 5th St. road "ORT Blvd." recently, you
car.jelax. because ORT Day is past and things are back to
norr.al. Wi'h Mayor Robert King High are Region Officers
(leh :o right) Mrs. Jack Fils. Executive Committee chairman;
^fAis Florence Kupperman, education vice """iden'- Mavor
Aug.:. Mrs. Louis Baron, president; Mrs. William Fishman,
merr.-ership vice president.
Scripture Penetrates Our
Very Deepest Inner Reality
SRAEL. 7801 Carlyle avs. i
Rabbi Isaac Ever.
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA- !
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Israel Kerahner.
*NSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative., Rabbi Abraham Sch-
warta
BETH OAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday B:is p.m. Quasi speaker, Dr.
Joachim Prlnft, preaktent, Amerlcun
Jea-lah Congress. Saturday a.m. Bur
Mltavah: Harold Earl, sen of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Bcherr.
BETH EL. 500 SW ITtN av. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
I'ridai ill.'. |i.m. JfetUrdaj s:::u a.m.
-_
3ETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
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3ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
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BETH KODESH 1101 SW 1ith ivi.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Saturday vr. a.m. Sermon: ".Mi Un-
clean Generation." p.m. Discussion:
"The Portion of Law "
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BETH MOIHs CONGREGATION.
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
R.ibbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman
Fein.
!'! ici.i% 8:is p.m. r-. rmon "Tha
Smooth 8|.....n ., Hi Honey." Bus Mlta-
i .lb 'ii Mi. daiiKhler ..i Mi ..ii.I Mrs.
Joel I'.linn Haturriu) vl". a.m. Bar
Mltavnh: John, son of lr. ami Mi.-.
I'lllli). Sink
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
5 Iyar 6:25 p.m.
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
rYiday 1:13 ami (:1S p.m. Sermon:
"The History ..i 1)10 Bene Israel C.....-
munili<-s in India." S'acurrtay 8:46 a.m.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM, 1544
Washington ave Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strastfeld.
MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber.
man.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
_wald.
Pridny 6:80 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
"Israel's Independence." Saturtlaj 9
ii.in. Bar Mltavnh: Urea1, son ..f Mr.
.ml .Mix. 11 \ In Liftman.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Avs Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
miaa-
i rldaj '. nin s tii'ii;., 8:8n .. m s.-i
ii.....: "Tli. I'll' of Suffering "
' E. RABBI DAYID SHAPIRO
"i-nnle Sinai of Molly wood
:.'
'* INT-, >"-.
9ETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave
Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secre
tary.
Ki|.la v.l'. ii m i-.,ml,in,-,| Inraell ami
I i.,i.,l SynauoKUe Ser\iee. Sei-mon;
II lllll' V..Mill
OtleH Slialmal hoted I., SIxterh.....I
Shi urdn) i::m ii.in s-i m. >n "Thi I'm
: 111 111 III.- \V. (
1 <
Sal
^orahu portion tor tins
i concerns itself with the
in-. ;ont of disease. Its em-
| is on the purity of the
ill- Readiqg ^hese verses,
inn led to inquire about their
nit. nee in religion today; yet
v Ii one considers that nothing
nun ;n is alien to Judaism, one
can ..nderstand that there is a
relatunship between physical
ailment and religious concern.
k Tf--.iA9 Ws I religion of -'faith healing."
The ;nysician and the apothecary
are inored in the faith and his-
tory of our people. "Honor the
physician with the honor due
unto him; for the Lord hath
created him. For, of the most
high cometh healing," wrote
Ecclf astieus.
However, there is a mind body
soul relationship which is of
concern to religion. The phy
sician's ministrations are sup-
plemented by spiritual ministra
non-. The healing process is
fostered both by the state of the
bodj .nd the state of the mind.
Thi? s in accordance with the
rinciples of psychosomatic med-
BETH TFILAh. 935 Euclid ave
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Mrs I'hlllp Ma)
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 102f
NE 183rd St.. Miani, Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, Cantor
Maurice Neu.
Prldi ,.i ml s I' |i in. Uuesl speak
i I'aul :\iin. -. na11..nitI vli, pn si-
Inrarll in Ii lull 'iuiki-i -- Sub-
i' i "!- inuiverwui .....I
Hi, (iiii-i an v i' i 'onari k Con
ntlon Sal ir Inj i:4S ., in. I'.ai
Or- I u '" :- i l"n, Mill .,i Ml in.I
*i BETH TORAH 164th st. anc
W> ave. Conservative. Rabbi
d NE 11th
Max Lip.
sohitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
Mum
Prldii) > l.'i |, in Hues! speaker, I.e..
I'i'.i'i. i. Kent i u counsel, Am. i ,n
.1.,., i-h i "..iijr. .... Topic: "Supreme
Court Itii.u- Reading I'eclelon and the
mpuHetl Constitutional Amendment."
Baa Mlttvah: Pran, daughter "f Mr.
ind Mr- David Mlaonanlck Suturdaj
s:t:. a in. Bar Mltavah: Bruce, xon of
Mr and Mm. Martin Lebenaarl
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Joel Lerner.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rjubi
Herbert-Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.,..
Prldai :'. i
p.
-I in,.ii: "What i'"
Ji Bellexe' Alxiul I.if,- After
I'...ilr" Una Mil/,..I. Jum-t, daughter
of M i and Mi -i, r....... Anapol. S:,i -
urdn) Mir. a.in Bai Mltavah: David,
.-.,ii ..i Mi. in,.I .Mi- Norman Todd.
tionai. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Prlda) 8:13 |..ui. Pulpit gueat. Aacher
K.uz. |,i. sidem, Brooklyn American
Jewlah i"..ni!ie.-.-. Saturday s;4.-, B.m
Mai Mltavah: D-ivld, son of Mr ami
i .Mr-. Joaeph flerkten.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
8755 SW 16th St, Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin,
l-'riila, v::o p.m. cuest -peaker, Jack
i.hi,in. Brotherhood president. Sub-
ject: "The Jew In Aala ami Amer-
ica. Saturda; S:4S o-m. Bar Mtla-
vah: Ricky, son ,,i Mr and Mrs. Mll-
K.n Myers,
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE l&th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Oaaiel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet
Gale.
ivi,iav 8:13 p.m. Service in honor ot
rath Israel independence Day Anni-
versary. Sermon: "Uptlmiata, Pessi-
mists and Beallats." Rellelous Sc......I
-mi.in- having Mrthdays in March
and April will be bleased. At tha
iiu.K Snaltbnt, Junior rholr will honor
American Jewlah Hiatorj Week i,v
; iireaentlnii "Th. Ballad foi Am. -
leans
| TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 51
Flamingo Way. Conservati.-e. Rabbi
_ Hyman Gross.
Prlda) *.:t". p.m. Saturday h a.m. s. i-
: in, ii "Weekly Portion of the l..."
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Dickson.
Prlda) vi". fin. Quest speaker Paul
Seiderman. Saturda) vi.". a.m. Si i -
in,,n "rootprlnta of the Pnai
Saturdu) V a.m. Bar Mltavah Oar)
| ..ii ..I Mr, ami Mra. Prank Kiuhner.
TEMPLE ZIOi^. o/20 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax.
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
Pi Ida) \:X> p in Satui da) 8 B.m Bin
Mltavah i iar>. son ,a Mi. and Mi -
Prank Kitcl.....r
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
I Ida) Ml p.m. Sel n in
hpl .,. I I /., \ \\ K<1
man. i ird Je
' I. \ : ma I 'mii i 'oun. liieut,
dlanil i 111. k Slu lil ill linst. .1 l.v Si--.
Ii hud Sal : da) u
i'lirtlmi ui h. w .
Wernick.
YOUNG ISRAcu. S0 NE 171 >t
Orthodox. Rabbi Shrrw.n Stauber
Pi Ida) i 15 p n Saturda) '. .i in s. i -
in,,li. "Portion i.f l he Week "
HOLLY.
Reform
RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
ipiritual inttrdtptndence
icine. As the Psalmist said, "A
joyful heart is a good medicine."
Moreover, in the very healing
process of the body, there is "the
healing power of God."
The new partnership of reli-
gion and psychiatry is DOW mak-
FLAGLER GRANAOA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfold. Cantor G.oro. Goidbsrg.
Priday s:i:. p.m. Sermon: "A Daugh-
ter in laraef." Mas Mltavah: Sandra
i.... daughter ,.f Mr. ami Mra, ia win
Mar.-luill. Saturda) V a.m.
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FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
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mind and body abundantly clear.
It promises much lor the heal-
ing of man. The services of
chaplains in hospitals are in ac-
cordance with the same think-
ing, and help immeasurably to
quicken the morale of patients.
On this subject, as on others.
Scripture penetrates to the very
heart of reality. In the words
ol the prophet. The Lord re-
TEMPLE BETH EL OF
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Priday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "What ls-
rael Means t.. the World." Saturdn)
ii B.m, Bar Mltavah: Alan, son of
Dr. ami Mrs. Sldne) a. Rachlln.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120 thSt. Reconstroctionist. Rabbi
Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
Priday 1:13 p.m. Quest speaker, Joa-
eph Roblson, associate director,
American Jewish Congress Commis-
sion i.u Law an.i Social Action. Bat-
ur.ia.i 10:80 a.m. Sermon: "Choosing
Leaders."
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavsby. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh
Cantor David Conviser.
Hriilay s:l". p.m. Quest speaker. Shad
Poller, chairman, governing council,
American J.-ui-ii Congress. Saturday
10 IS .i.m.
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38,
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex-
ander Cohen.
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NV\
22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S
M. Machtei.
Prlda) 11:30 p.m Sermon "Israel In-
dependence i hi lines shnbuui host-
The synagogue, which is being j &,!& *"
established under the auspices of
Dr. Lehrman
Named to Board
By Special Raport
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual!
leader of Temple Emanu-El. has
ing the interdependence of soul, \ bcen elected to the Board of Di-
rectors of the International Syna-
gogue at John F. Kennedy Inter-
national Airport. .V V.
Servlei -
he New York Board of Rabbis,
will include a Jewish Information
Center, to refer visitors from all
oxer the world to religious places
ol interest in New York; a nui-
TEMPLE EM/NL'-EL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvint
Lehrman Cantor Hirsh Adler.
in ii.in tltiesi aki r. n'h-
iii.ni Pi linutti outgoing ,iii ector,
Anii-l., fnmal Ion l.. ague of ll'nal
II 'iii Tuple a N.i, Herman)""
seum. which will display religiOUSfchlnV PHnkT l.Ve"wtnLPMAmeVl.!an
(leemelh the soul of His ser- objects gathered from the lour I Jw'h Congress Kar Mitsvah Arthur
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take refuge in Him shall be lor-
saken."
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Beth David Group
Slates Review
Beth David Young Adults will
hear a book review by Mrs. Lillian
Stone on Tuesday night at the
Temple.
Mrs. Stone will discuss "Mar-
riages are Made in Heaven."
The function is scheduled to be-
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the daily chapel, which will pro-
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worship; and the Library Heading
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language newspapers, magazines
and books to enable the foreign
traveler to feel at home at the
gateway to America and the Uni-
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t S.hinii.-i.v ; I;.,.- Mitsvah Krnu Zeinel
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE I9th St
Reform. R.ibbi Joseph R. Nsrol
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo avs
Libci.il Reform. Rabbi Mordcca
Podet .ind Cantor Gordon Richards
i rldaj -!. s. ,, in hon.....f
American Jewish Hi-:.,', \\. u Quest
rabbi: It Marlus Kunsoii,
TEMPLE MENORAH. (20 75th st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
owitz. Cantor Eawara Klein.
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Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
is Separation of Government and Religion at Hand in Israel?

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Jerusalem
THE RECENT table
' sent i" Prime Minis
ter Levi Eshkol bj
group ol leaders ol tlu
American Jewish com
munity, voicing conceri
over the pressure exerted
upon tlu- Israel Govern'
ment by extreme reli-
gious quarters has, quite
naturally, evoked a
reaction Its impact is
bound to reverberate for
both sides ol the ocean.
The cable was signed bj leaders oi the Con
"i atjue and Reform movements of B'nai B'rith,
(he American Jewish Committee and the American
Jev i-'i Congress, thus taking the issue out ol its
purely religious context. In, eed, as pointed out
hi the text oi the cable, the concern was over the
preservation oi the democratic postulate oi free-
dom "i conscience "huh i> seen threatened by at-
tempted "religiOUS coercion."
Tin leader of the National Religious Party,
interior Minister Moshe Shapiro, and Rabbi J
B. Solovcitclnk. of Boston, intimated that rather
than having been spontaneous, the dispatch ol the
cable was instigated bj Israel quarters to serve
counter-move against the intervention by Orth
odox groups in the U.S.A. in religious contro-
\ i r lies m Israel.
The Prime Minister's office denied that then
had been an) "prompting" on its part Privately.
. lers close to the Prime Ministers officeand
othi r- herevoiced the opinion that the outer)
aga n.-t the cable was anything but justified Why.
'.it the Record:
By NATHAN ZiPRIN
wnat
The Pcet Still Writing
aleph KATZ, known throughout the
*^ Yiddish literary world as "Aleph."
- now published his eighth book oi
ise. '"Die Emcssc Khassane" "Quite
Jv*edding.55J Since publication Oi the
book, excellently illustrated by
lac Friedlander coinci es with his
ichin{ ol sixty-five, an age when most
Iters look hack on their laurel- m
sped, it is proper to remark that
ing has seeming!) done to Aleph's an
w ine
Ueph in one ol his verj first poems in the 160-page
lume tells us that there i> .. poem in everything, even
silent stone that reposes petrified with ci
- i- a quest for the mystery that is creativeness, for
i, ... _;c oi the word" has lingered with burning on
- tot prqbabl) from the day he untagled it into
- first word. All poets are driven to their purpose b) a
teriOUS compulsion With Aleph, however, the drive
ems to stem Irom even deeper wellsan almo.-t awe-
me dedication to word, to the Jewish word.
The story of the poem lending its title to the hook
- about weird wedding guests at an unreal wedd
; the sheer power and magic oi word- that are uniquely
.ting to the theme. Aleph Katz permit- u- to savor the
mboh-m ol the poem while not giving away his own
cret,"which is the essence of true art This is a purely
rsonal poem, yet it transcends restricted meaning by
erely hinting at wider suggestion. The badch.m. or
Ster, is of course part and parcel of the ancient wed-
ing ceremonial, but in the poem the stress is not on
e moment of tradition but on the voice of the singer,
le poet, the jester and the rhyme-maker in the scheme
. festivity.
One of the finest lines in that poem is the scene in
(rich the bride loses her veil, which i> transformed
- it falls into a bird in flight, casting a pall ot Iriyht
pon bride and groom. Eve* the jester, stubborn, in
errymaking from very birth, is now at a ktu for a
ord that could divert the gloom Instead of giving out
lirth and song he stands with open mouth, aghast at
.e sight, silent with rhyme as if it were a bone in his
mat.
When the jesters are silenced all is not well. Writ-
ng about verse in another tongue is not the easiest of
asks, since the savor of a poem is in the uniqueness of
- color, its language, its indigenous idiom The poet
imself tells us
Who can translate the language of tears?
What can recast the language of joy?
They must be heard in the language that brought them
To life in the radiance of words.
"Only words with roots." Aleph Katz goes on. "can
eeount the tale of joy and the dirge of woe." The
oet is so rooted deep in Jewishness and in the tongue
hat has been silenced by the unmentionables that fifty
i ars or more of living in America have not alienated
ins from the almond and raisin echo.
His theme is largely the meaning of poetry and the
irge to create.
Ihej ask, should the right ol taking a public stand
be limited the orthodox groups onl)
Whatever the arguments on both side-, the
[act i- that the developments in the past months,
culminating in the cable oi the American Jewish
leaders to Mi Eshkol, have created an atmosphere
as unhealthy, -is it is dangerous for the future rela-
I nship between the two great Jewish commuiu-
lies
There ;-. lust oi all. the danger oi Israel, in
-lead ol performing her historical role a- a unify-
ing force in Jewish lite, might become a local
point ot controversy and thus a factor ot division.
Indeed, there could be no more dangerous develop
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Majestic Book
Now Before Us
LINDMANN. By Frederic Raphael. 335 pp. New
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IN 1942, t'i< s S Broda, packed on every ancient
deck with refugees from Hitler's concentration
camps, shipping water and listing heavily, limped
into Istanbul on her way to Palestine, Refused re-
pairs and help by Turkish and British officialdom,
the Broda was towed out ol port and sank within
sighl oi tin coast oi Turkey. Out ol her human
cargo of six hundred, two survived One ot Ihein
was named Jacob Lindmann
Frederic Raphael's wildly brilliant novel tells
the -tory oi Lindmann's strange atonement twenty
year- later, ol his existence in a rundown London
In arding house and his pecular group ot friend*.
of his mission to use himself as simply an agent
ol communication for good with other people, and
to deny himself as a personality.
Bui Lindmann's careful detachment is broken
by a series ol incidents which chip away the rusty
plates ot his irony and his resolve The world
comes flooding in, pouring over the disintegration ol
Ihe man ai.d In- being The shock ot Lindmann s
real identit) and the tearfulness of hi.- guilt is
one which the reader musl experience lor himself,
a- thi' author intended; the crowing horror oi the
realization as the book wind- through the man's
- ttering mind Is a masterpiece of craftsmanship.
It is a majestic book, if a difficult one Frank.
raucous, even ugly in its humor, it uses devices
meiessly, with a kind ot careless literary mace,
'llu story ol the Broda, lor example, is told as a
------------------- Something Different --------------------
ment than that in which various groups oi \
lean Jewry would be drawn into internaland legi-
timate struggle:* m Israel. Such a development
could also be most untortunate and dangerou- for
tie American Jewish community.
Moreover, however, such a development would
as it already doe.s to a large extentobscure the
real i-sues at stake.
The reliious parties in Israel are no doubt
correct in rejecting the. charge oi 'religious coei
don. Alter all. all laws governing, religious life
in Israel have been adopted, with all due regal i
for the democratic processesby a majority ot
(he Knesset, Israel Parliament. The present i i
eminent coalition, thej argue, has been esta
eo mi the understanding that the .-tatu.- qno. in the
field i'I relationship between State aim Religion
v ould lie preserved.
\li Shapiro, the other day. told the Cabinet
that, il the majority lelt that the time hod comi
lor a radical change and for the revocation of that
agreement, let it be said openly. Do we. he aski-1
Mr. Eshkol force you to vote in the Kne-set the
wa) you do At that meeting, Mr. Shapiro went
as tar a- telling the Cabinet that, in lace ot the
Continued abuse.- heaped upon religion.- Jewry, per
hap- the tune had indeed come to move toward
complete separation between the State and Ri
ligion.
Ihi' truth, however, is that hardly anyone In i
feels that the time lor a drastic change has
lived Indeed, it is generally appreciated that
onl) by evolution, over many years, could a wa)
oi life be evolved that would bridge the thousand-
years-old Jewish tradition and the new em,
Jewish life in Israel; that tiiere is no short-cut
possible without dangerously disputing the unit,
oi the Jewish people as a whole
^
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
There hail always, ot cour.-e. been some
thing strange about Lindmann Yon could not
i all him ordinary. But there seemed now to
be something new about him. something dif-
ferent- LINDMANN
movie scenario, written by one ol Lindmann -
friends, starjjingly bnei, implacably ternlyin, in
Its cinematic reality. A.trageJy ol guilt and re-
sponsibility and the terrible relationship between
victim and perpetrator, the hook is a magnificeqi
statement from a gifted and immense!) original
writer.
Pockets are to Blame
HE NEWSPAPERS are full of (he
story of an ex-employee ol
Senate who is charged with havuu
lined his pockets while in the go I
ment employ. The ancient Jews liao^.
a better way of dealing with this
|They went to the root. They w<
i) prevention. According to the
ash, when Moses entered the t
Inacle. he wore a coat without
Ki-'--, -so that not even the suspicion that he hail t
anything could be imputed to him.
It i- all a matter ol tailoring It will do no go
try one man and -end him to jail. Another will repeat
Ihe offense The real evil I- in the tailoring. Pu
officials should not have pockets in their pant- The
temptation i- too great.
There i- the story ol Sholom Aleielicin and the law
yer When the Yiddish writer was introduced to him
lie lawyer stood lor Ion- looking on. saying nothing, With
hi- hand- in hi- pockets
It annoyed Sholom Aleicbejn. Finally, he sail
the lawyer I must congratulate you. You are the first
lawyer I ever saw, standing with his hands m his -
pocket-.'
In ancient Israel, a hungry person could go into
the corner ol any field and eat of, 1 lie fruit and gram
li was no crime, as long as the person put the food in
his mouth, not m his pockets. Huth was doing fhat ver>
thing when she met lioaz, who later married her. It was
a beautiful practice and showed the humanity of the-
Jews. It you were hungry, you did not have to hold
a man with a pistol.
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Scviet Rulers Gave Hate Book Their Sanction
THE MORE LIGHT thrown on th
notorious Soviet anti-Semitic bool
"Judaism Without Embellishment.'' th
uglier arc the facts that emerge /
copy of the book now before me show
that this outrageous piece of anti-Jev
i.-h propaganda is the work not of one
person but of a group of Soviet intel
lectuals and high Communist officials i
the Ukraine. In other words, it is thi _
crime not of one person but it is actually a "celn
crime." as the Soviet press would call it m it- jargon, if
the guilty are ever put on trial before a Soviet court.
The blame for this vicious book, pubh-hed by the
Academy of Science of Soviet Ukraine, is put naturally
on its author. Trofim Kichko. However, when one who
can read the Ukrainian languagethe book is published
in Ukrainian-sees the printed volume, he cannot help but
notice the credit which a number of others take for the
book, proudly having their names displayed on the inside
ol the cover page. Credit for editing this anti Jewish
piece of "literature" is given to editor V. S. Tchumachen-
KO.
The Nazi-like anti-Jewish cartoons, done in the style
ol the notorious Nazi publication, "De Stuermer," are
credited to the -art editor.'' V. M. Tipliakov, and to the
"art technician." M. O. Savcheno. Two more namei ap-
pear on Ihe page to whom credit is given, and two other
names-one ol a Soviet professor, and the other of a Sov-
iet writerappear under a four-page introduction to the
book, endorsing its contents and lauding it. The joint
introduction, .signed by A. Vedenskl, a professor ol his-
tory, and by "writer" Grigori Plotkin. is as anti-Semtie
as the book itself and full of shameless falsehoods and
high-powered anti Jewish incitement.
The most startling discovery on the book's inside
eover page is the official announcement there that the
manuscript has been "endorsed for publication" by the
Soviet authorities. Even the date of that written endorse-
ment is givenit is October 12, 1968. What more can be
added to these ugly facts, except to say that, had the
Soviet Government been honest in interpreting its own con-
stitution, it would bring all those involved in the publica-
tion of the book to trial for violating its own law against
anti Semitism? Such a collective trialmore than thj,j
trials for "economic crimes" would show the Soviet people
who the real internal enemies of the Soviet Union are.


iday, April 17, 1964
-Jmitti Meridian
Page 15 *
Jewish War Veterans, Miami Beach Post 330, donates SI25 to
the National Shrine for the Jewish War Dead. National Chief
of Staff of JWV Herman Sokolow presents Commander Mau-
rice Weinman with a sponsors plaque in recognition of the
donation. Looking on are Commander-Elect Mickey Postel
(far right) and P.C. Irving Cooperman (far left;. Post 330 will
also donate a $250 scholarship to Mesivta Senior High School
at graduation. Wednesday the post presented an American
flag that flew over the Capitol in Washington to Bikur Cholim
Convalescent Home.
Freedom Lodge Installs Officers
Reds Supply Rocket Boats to Syrians
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Soviet Union has begun shipping
rocket firing mosquito patrol boats
al the Komar type to Syria, in-
formed sources here said this
week. Reports to that effect have
been current in Washington for |
several weeks but it was only this
week that it was confirmed that
at least six of the boats arrived
in Syria since Jan. 1.
The boats, which have a 600-mile
r&nge, and a top speed of 30 knots,
are capable of filing guided rock-
ets at targets 10 to 20 miles from
the launching pads aboard. The
-hips, weighing 66 tons and h
ill", a length of 83 feet, were
scribed by armaments expe
here as being in effect mob
missile launching platforms. (
able of hitting targets either O'l
land or afloat.
Charles J. Kossove was installed
as president of Freedom Lodge.
B'nai B'rith, at a second annual
inaugural dinner dance at the Hol-
lywood Beach Hotel last week.
Some 350 members and friends
were in attendance.
The evening was chaired by
Judge Louis Stallman. Eli Hur-
. it/ president of the South Flor-
i a Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges,
delivered greetings.
Herman Xudelman. honorary
.-.dent of Freedom Lodge, and
. member of the National Mem
bership Advisory Board of B'nai
B ::lh. was installing officer.
other officers installed were
Charles Berlin. Meyer Gladstone.
Dr. Sidney Pavilack, Judge Louis
Stallman, vice presidents; John
Diamond, treasurer; Paul Brown,
Lester Arkin, Morris Berger. sec-
retaries; Edward Saskin, warden;
Emanuel Topper, former presi-
dent, was Installed as chaplain.
Members of the Board of Direc-
tors are Burt Berson, Dr. Jerome
Block, Louis Bressler. Morton
Brown. Howard Cooper, Melvin
' Daum, Howard Dutkin, Sol Frank-
el, David Ginsburg, Mike Click,
Murray A. Herlands. Alfred F.
Nesbitt. Abe Rosenstein. Murray
Shaw. Barnes H. Solloway. Martin
Taub, Jose Winsen.
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Friday. Arrlj 17,
Independence Fete
Slated for Sunday
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Blank, and them>elves longtime
leaden here, are serving as chair-
men of a Committee of Hosts tor
the huge anniversary fete, with
Maurice Revitz. chairman of the
Trustees Of Israel, extending open-
ing greetings.
Leonard Rosen, chairman of the
Greater Miami Committee for
State of Israel Bonds: Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, chairman of the
Women'; Division; Jack S. Pop-
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Governors; and Mrs. Sam Rost.
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Shlomo. headquarters of the Chief
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Technion Women
Install Mrs. Sirkin
Mf Milton Sirkin was installed
president of the Greater Miami
:, Women's Division, Amer
ii :i; Technion Society, at a lunch-
, ir st Friday in the DiLido
Hot-
Some 150 women attended the
a, which was chaired by
I '.corge W. Valentine. Mrs.
F Thau, outgoing presi-
dent save her annual report.
v (I was the fact that the
. now has some 500 mem-
ltd that the organization has
ed ten students at Tech-
i.ion ior one full year, all ex-
pai.i in addition to tuition.
since its inception here four
> < .. ago.
Trudy riamerschlag, mem-
ber ; the national Board of Di-
< of the Women's Division
i: national membership chair-
reported on life members
d e trustees.
Irving Lehrman, founder
.....nt of the chapter. was in-
-lal officer. Mrs. Murray Ros
Offered a program of songs
iano selections. Also in
Mali" were:
I Vice presidents, Mrs. Trudv
I Hamerschlag, Mrs. Ben Zion Gins-
I burg. Mrs. Jack Katzman. Mrs.
Dorothy Krciger Fink. Mrs. Nan
j Cohen, Mrs. Norman C. Hill.
Treasurer. Mrs. Ruben Porter;
financial secretary. Mrs. Leo Rut
stein; associate financial secre-
tary, Mrs Frances Fntine; record-
i ing secretary. Mrs. Rena J. Stein;
| corresponding secretary. Mrs.
; Jack Goldberg; parliamentarian,
.Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger; honor-
ary presidents. Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man and Mrs. Philip F. Thau.
Boar.l of Directors are Mes-
dame Abraham Anthony. Meyer A.
Baskin. Alexander Bearman, Ber-
nard Berkley, Irving Cypen, Jay
Dernier. Harry Grossman. Jennie
Grossinger, Jeanette Gutterman,
Louis C. Kohn. Anna Brenner
Meyes. Rita Oppenheimer, Harry
Platotl. David Pome, Jack Pop-
ick, Marion W. Bobbins. Samuel
S. Sapiro, Sol Trachtenberg, Paye
Tupler, George W. Valentine. Max
Weitz. Leonard Gilbert.
An engraved silver bowl was
presented to Mrs. Thau by the
board.
M.-i Milton Sirkin (left) accepts the gavel of presidency from
Mrs Irving Lehrman. founder president of the Women's Div-
is.;.. of Technion here.
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th St >\.ll have celebr.it
Apr 17 Still the dun
ii ious Southern Belle, Ida
here troni Chester. S.C., i"
. Crowding around her
iday will be her three
laughters, Tbelma (Mrs
intahza, Lucille ( Mrs Wal
5C0ZZa, Clarice ( Mr- ll.ii'
i rkowitz, and lour greal
bildren, all Miamians -
Ethel Brown Glasston, ol
M Beach an I Burlington,
VI entertained at a surprise
bin ay party recently for child
hoC( j_irl friend Miss Elizabeth
tz. of Quincy, Ma-s., and
Mian i Beach Became a
celebration when Eliza-
beth nicknamed "Lyrical Liza,"
sh< rt a letter from tiie White
H" thanking her for a song
sht ad composed in honor of
President Lyndon B. Johnson
... At present, she's also await
ing the release of her latest
recorded song, "Woe is Me" .
Offering congratulations to the
talented guest of honor were
Mrs, Frances Marentz, Miss Isa-
belle Marentz. Mrs. Libbie Mai
vin. Mrs. Mollie Silverman, Mrs.
Mabel Christie, Mrs. Bella Kauf-
man. Mrs. Minnie Kaufman and
Mr- Hose Minas
Bri e to-be, Beverly Rovenger,
will be feted :it a brunch Sun-
day in Miami Beach Hos-
tesses will l Miss Barbara
Conn am! Miss Marge Nagel
Guests v\ il l include Beverly's
mother, Mrs. Naomi Rovenger,
i ;' dmother, Mr-. 11 e I en
Belacaicr, and Mrs. Bess Roven-
er, the prospective groom's
'mother, Mis Rose Dushkin, and
Mrs, Milton Weinstein, Miss
Marion Rovenger, Miss Kitty
I'alk. Mrs. Edith Neilsen, Mrs.
Sylvia Klubaek. Mrs Dan Duck-
worth. Mrs Leonard Cole. Miss
Diane O'Steen and Miss Sandra
Sa\ada .
Irwin Dushkin and Beverly
will exchange nuptial vows on
Sunday. May 24. at the Bal-
moral.

Following his Bar Mitzvah at
Beth David last Saturday, Mich-
ael Dean Kotler was honored at
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~ Miami, Florida, Friday, April 17, 1964
Section B
Toasting Israel's 16th anniversary of state-
hood, which will be celebrated at a commun-
ity-wide Independence Dinner Sunday night
at (he Fontainebleau Hotel, are these leaders
of Greater Miami Jewry. Shown (left to right)
are Trustees of Israel, the Mesdames Carl
Weinkle, A. C. Fine, Sam Blank, Sam Luby,
Sam Rost and Benjamin Meyers, chairman of
the Women's Division of the Greater Miami
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Friday. April 17, 1964
Memorials At Adath Yeshurun
Left to right are Mrs. Susan Feller, president; Mrs. Barnett Beckerman, Youth Aliyah chair-
Mrs. Ida Altschuler. Ima: Mesdames Bessie man; Mrs. Anne Melnick-. program chairman.
Spen and Elizabeth Zentler Diamond Imas; Not shown is Mrs. Jacob Entine. Ima.
'Diamond Imas1 Honored at Szold Hadassah Lunch
Henrietta Szold Group of Hadas-
- h honored its two "Diamond
[mas," Mesdames Bessie Spen
and Elizabeth Zentler. at a spec-
ceremony during a Youth
Aliyah luncheon March 23 at the
-. rs Hotel
An "Ima" is a Mother in Is-
rael who contributes $600 for the
intenance of a child for one
year and receives an Ima disc
rccogniton of her gift
A "Diamond Ima" has complet-
\x total contribution of S6.000
ten years or less, and has a
amond added to the disc.
Presentation was made b> Rab-
Max A Lipschitz. of Beth
Torah Congregation, who was
_;iest speaker.
Mrs. Jacob Entine was honored
absentia as an "Ima" for the
New and delicious!
eighth time and Mrs. Ida Alt
shuler as a new "Ima "
Other contributors received cer-
tificate? in a ceremony conducted
In Mrs Barnett Beckerman.
Youth Aliyas chairman of the day.
assisted by Mrs. Susan Feller,
president, and Mrs. Anne Melnick.
program chairman.
A musical program followed,
featuring vocalists Joyce Farber
and Victor Marchesi. with Olga
Bibor Stern at the piano.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. spiri-
tual leader of Temple Adath
yeshurun, dedicated 48 memorials
at recent service-
Participating uith their fami-
lies in the dedication were the
lolloping who donated the mem-
orials:
Mrs. Blanche Rosenberg and her
children. Dr. Donald Ro.-enberg
and Mr<. Harr> Taubin. a new-
memorial plaque for the sanc-
tion; Mr and Mr> Lewis Good-
man, velvet curtain for the ark;
Joseph Goldberg, a double win-
down; Mr. and Mrs. William Platt.
a Torah cradle; ar.d Mr. and Mrs
Charles Smook and Mrs. Bessie
Birnbaum. single window.
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the Temple's North Branch school
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Carole Donn. soprano, will offer
a program cf songs for the some
200 women expected to attend.
Mrs Herbert Kaplan, vice pres-
ident in charge of programming.
will direct the presentation of
,:u.ir with SisUrliood members.
Mrs. William Carmel. Mrs. Joseph
Feldman and Mr- Margaret Blis-
tein assisting.
Mrs Jack Segal is donor credit
chairman. Mrs. Sam Belsky is
s.sterhood president, and Mrs.
Lawrence Weston is chairman of
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AT LUNCHEON ON SUNDAY
Mrs. Not kin W3H Fete Pioneers
Mrs. D. Lawrence fcjtierman (left;, cnairman ot tne iNew Look
of '64" luncheon, and Mrs. Albert Weinlraub. chairman of
the Young Women's Division, are shown at the event, held
at the Dupont Plaza Hotel attended by over 450 young women
from throughout Dade County.
Miamians Will Attend Confab
Mrs. Charles H. Finkelstcin. Committee, will deliver the annual
chairman of the Executive Board address.
ot the Greater Miami Chapter, will
head the loeal delegation of the
American Jewish Committee to
the organizations 5'nh annual
meeting Apr. 29 to May 3 at the
New York Hilton, it was announced
here by David B. Fleeman. presi-
dent of the local chapter.
Among other members of the
Miami delegation are R. W. Apte.
Kabbi Herbert Baumgard, Mrs. R.
Berger. Julian Burg. David Flee-
man. Jay Janis. Mrs. M. Margulis,
Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Sidney
Meyer, Rabbi Joseph Narot, Max
Orovitz, Mrs. L. Silvcrman.
Highlight of the meeting will be
ihe annual dinner, scheduled tor
Thursday night. Apr. 30. Secre-
tary of State Dean Rusk will re-
ceive the American Jewish Com-
mittee's American Liberties Me-
dallion for "exceptional advance
inent of the principle of human
liberties." Francis Cardinal Spell-
man, Archbishop of New York,
will speak. Morris Abram. pres-
ident of the American Jewish
Mr>. Joseph Krantz. president of
'ioneer Women's Beach Club, an-
nounces a -luncheon sponsored by
Mrs. Leah Notkin on Sun.iay noon
it the Star Reslaurant.
The event will be in honor of
Mrs. Notkin s granddaughter. Deb- ;
jy Notkin's Bas Mitzvah in Syra- ,
cuse. NY.
Mrs. Notkin is well-known here:
or her many years of dedicated |
ervice to Pioneer Women and !
>ther community projects in be- j
Kilt of Social Welfare. All pro-
ceeds of the affair are earmarked
for the Child Rescue Fund in Is-
rael.
Mrs. Notkin will be leaving on i
May l for one of her many visits j
to Israel.
Mrs. Milton Green, Council \
president, will be chairman of the
[unction,
Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president of
Golda Meir Club, will conduct the
next regular meeting on Wednes-
day, 1 p.m., in the Washington
Federal Building. 1234 Washington
Ave. The short business meeting
will include the presentation of a
slate of new officers by Mrs, Abra-
ham Seltzer, chairman of the
Nominating Committee.
Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff, cultural
chairman, will present a program
in honor of the 18th anniversary
of Israel's Independence Day. A
muEical program has been pre-
pared by Mrs. Frances Packard.
Dr. Isaac Unterman, cultural
chairman of the Bialik Group of
Farband. will discuss the signifi-
cance of the day.
* *
Mrs. Sam Davis, president of
Coral Gables Club, has called a
regular meeting for Thursday,
Apr. 16, 1 p.m., in the Colliseum
at 1500 Douglas Rd., Coral Gables.
On Thursday, Apr. 23, at 12:30
p.m., the club will hold a lunch-
eon at the home of Mrs. Louise
Sacks. 800 Messina Ave., Coral
Gables. Hostesses are Mesdames
Milton Green. Sam Davis, Kate
Rose and Louis Sachs. Proceeds
will go to Moetzet Hapoalot.
Anshe Ernes Cord Party
A card party was held Sunday
evening at Anshe Ernes Syna-
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bv members of the Sisterhood.
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fJenist* fhrkfiar?
Friday, April 17. 1364
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
Maimed, They Survived the Nazi Bestiality
.
Then, one day,
it w a s quiet.
Haltingly, they
walked out of
the cave that
had been their
shelter their
home, for these
many months. They stood and
listened to the quiet. It was Po-
land, 1945. The war was over.
'"Now we have to take destiny
in our two hands."' And with
those words. Sarah and Hayim
Fershko picked their way
through the rubble to begin an
impossible journey.
Before the war. Hayim Fersh-
ko had been a concert pianist
and a composer. He"d studied
in Warsaw and in Vienna. For
the Warsaw ballet, he composed
many pieces: and many outstand-
ing artists in Poland selected
him as accompanist
Sarah Fershko started her
career as a singer in Poland. She
also studied the violin. They
lucky peoplelucky to have
d each other, lucky to h:.\c-
d a commitment in life.
Meaning of Defiance
Then. Ii i ipricious and
made her >\it. The I
the curtain
. : :: rror, standing by in
the wings, walked upon the de-
serted scene. The Warsaw Ghet-
to spirit came into being.
"Every Jew who lived a day
in a ghetto or concentration camp
was .i hero," said Sarah Fersh-
ko. her black eyes turned inward
to remember that terrible time.
"I would like," she said in a
small voice that belied her regal
stance and the majestic mass of
velvety black hair that crowned
her head, "for Hannah Arendt
to hear.the words of a song we
used "> sing in the ghetto.
"It was a folk song, and it told
the story of one day of living in
a ghetto, how when the wind
moved a paper on the-^triat, we
jumped in fear. I would Eke
&
THEY MAKE MUSIC TOGETHER
her to know what defiance means
how we built a life in the
ghetto. Children were taught,
lectures held. We organ:.'
community. In the bee;'
le Nazis wanted to destr r
spiritual iiie Soon
they realized that t > "his
part of. us they would have to ce-
;. us complete!)
"Plea
it i. ble. tor people to
understand, v.e, who lived
through it. tanner telic \ i
tually happened:*.'
Escape fr6m Ghetto
In 134-1. they escaped from the
ghetto and aid in .villages and
caves until 1945. When the war
was over, they' made their way
to the town of Szcaecin. a Ger-
man port on the Baltic Sea.
There, many wandering jews con-
gregated; homeless, destitute,
they gathered together in the
town to begin again. And again
they organized. Committees were
formed to establish the structure
of the group. A cultural depart-
ment assigned itself the task of
reminding the Jew* who they
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The Fershkos were engaged by
the department to perform.
Weekly concerts were arranged
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themselves again,
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we had to lean
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Then they went to Israel,
where they spent four years per-
forming in the camps and in the
cities. Finally, the Histadrut
arranged for them to go to New
York, and in 1953 they began a
i rt tour of the United States.
Hayim Fershko accompanies his
wife's melodious soprano and
also plays his own compositions.
Only Two Hands
Now they have a career that
spans theaters and concert au-
ditoriums across the country.
Recently, their television ap-
pearance on the Ed Sullivan pro
gram evoked raves from mast
to-coast. They are now in Miami
Beach after a successful season
at Grossinger's.
i lost my whole family."
said Sarah Fershko. "They are
with eighteenthou-and other
Jews in a grave in Lutzk. Po-
land. But I can still believe
:n people, so man) good pe pit
-
: ;. the coun-
try, i:k.evr.iy :i.. ...
us I
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th
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many layers and secun-' ls
elusive. But the jource, |
began on the day they took des-
tiny in their two hands ha
minated on a plateau.
Sarah and Hayim '' i ,
have between them on! ,
hands. From each of the
Nazi tore out an arm. T
the Nazi surgeon who bul i
without anesthesia, beque.r ,
life bereft of music. t*> the
concert artists of the V\
Ghetto, the Nazi -aid. "Now >ou
will never play .:.ain
And Hayim Fershko
himself up to say. 'We
will play again."
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want us only to hear their :nn c.
to delight in it. They \
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Friday, April 17, 1964
+Jewisti fterMian
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Cancer Corps
Fashion Show
B ACOfl Unit of the Women's
Corps Of the Papanicolaou Cancer
Research Institute announces a
Puntainebleau Hotel on Saturday
afternoon at 2 p.m.
Mrs, Lorraine Tanhenbaum,
president of the group, has ap-
pointed Mrs. Alan Black to be
chairman of the day. Her co-
chairman is Mrs. Ethel Harman.
Committee includes Mrs. Sue Car.
rillo. Mrs. Carol Kassal. Mrs
Pearl liirsch..and Mrs. Belle El-
in and.
members will model with
their children Children's fashions
will be presented from Youngland
in Surtside. and will feature Cis- I
s.v Originals. Toddler models
will be .Tody DeLand. Terry Wuch-
n. and Ellen Hirscnberger.
Teen-age boys will model from I
tin' Junior Executive collection. '
They are Harris Tannenbaum,
Lloyd Black. Steve Burrows, Steph-
en Buchberg. and Larry Kassal.
Sportswear and shifts by Bernardo
will be shown, along with cou-
turier originals by Soli Moustaki. ,
They will be modeled by the fol-
lowing teen-age daughters of the
members: Maxine Daniels, Evelyn
Roth man. Phyllis Yantz. Sherry
Meil, and Alleen Browdy.
Club members modeling are
Linda Rothman. Olga Rothman,
Gen DeLand. Lee Spain, Lenore i
Hochman, Joan Harman, Bea ,
Wucher, Nita McGann, Virginia
Re mo, Sylvia Lampert, and Joan :
Flough.
The entire fashion show will be
coordinated and commentated by |
Edith Zipp. Furs by Adrian Thai |
will be shown, and coiffures will ,
be by J. Baldi. Miss Roberta i
Stekpin will be guest vocalist, and |
She has especially selected songs
that will be appropriate to the set-!
ting of the French and Jade
Rooms.
Members of the cast of the Temple Israel Players, who will
be presenting for the third and final evening Saturday, Apr.
18. "The Time of the Cuckoo." Left to right (front row) are
Claudia Portnoy, David Kramarsky. Second row are Mrs. Jos-
eph Portnoy, director, Mrs. Mel Hecht, Mrs. Victor Faine, Dr.
Edward Kanter, and Mel Hecht. Third row are Mrs. Jeanette
Levy, Victor Faine, Ronnie Werner, Scott Bamett and Mrs.
Lawrence Gartenberg. The play will be presented in Wolfson
Auditorium, with curtain time at 8:40 p.m.
Miamian Speaks Permanent Headquarters
To Tampa Group
Her lomid Young Adults
Temple Ner Tamid Young
Adults will hold a hotel dance at
the Crown Hotel Sunday at 9 p.m. I
At the request of the Jewish
Federation of Tampa, Mrs. Mil-
ton Green, a leader of the Wom-
en's Division of Miami's Combin-
ed Jewish Appeal and Commun-
ity Coordination chairman of the
Federation of Jewish Women, flew
there last week to speak on
"Women's Role in the Commun-
ity."
Ms. Green, who has been active
for many years with CJA, is a
leader in Pioneer Women and
many other causes both on behalf
of the local community and the
State of Israel.
Myer B. Marcus, executive vice
president of Food Fair Stores,
Inc., has announced the acquisi-
tion of permanent headquarters
for the international Association
of Chain Stores in Paris, France.
Marcus is president of the world-
wide organization.
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Mrs. Joanne Jack, executive di-
rector of the council, is program
coordinator.
Some of the jobs open to women
who make home economics their
career will be discussed at the
meeting.
The council is also in search
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Orlando at a meeting of the Amer-
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Further information is available
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Beach High PTA
Installation Set
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New officers of the Miami Beach
Senior High School PTA will be
installed by Mrs. Milton Weiss on
Thursday, May 7. at the Seville
Hotel. Lunch will be served at
noon.
Officers to be installed are
president, Mrs Lillian Eisenberg;
president-elect, Mrs. Theodore
Kipnis; vice presidents, Mrs.
Sahag Giritlian. Mrs. M. H. Ros-
enhouse, Mrs. William Lee and
Mrs. Louis (Sidney; treasurer,
Mrs. Harry Sley; treasurer of sup-
ply, Mrs. Larry Friedland; record
ing secretary, Mrs. Theodore
Struhl; and corresponding secre-
tary, Mrs. Harold Zinn.
Following installation, an ori-
ginal program will be presented
under the direction of Mrs. Mac
Rose, Mrs. Paul Pollack and Mrs.
Macy Alexander. In the cast of
the musical program are Mrs.
Theodore Struhl. Mrs. Hope Pully,
Mrs. Bernard Wall and Mrs. Sam-
uel Kulok.
In charge of reservations is
Mrs. Ben Samuels. Mrs. Harry
M. Kaplan, PTA president, will
conduct the meeting.
MRS. ULUAN EISENBERG
Book Review
At Temple Israel
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
present the third and final book
review of the season on Wednes-
day. 8:30 p.m., in Wolfson Audi-
torium.
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual
leader of Temple Israel, will re
view "The Six That Changed the
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nepresenting Women's American ORT on the
dais at the "Jennie" Award Luncheon at the
Deauville Hotel are (left to right) standing: Mrs.
Benjamin Weinshank, president, Biscayne
Chapter; Mrs. Stanley Phillips, president. Bay
Chapter; Mrs. Henrietta Bolotin, president.
Greater Miami Chapter; Mrs. Harry Rosen-
blatt, national vice president; Mrs. Leonard
Lavine, region guardianship chairman; Mrs.
Lou Jacobson, president, Miami Beach After-
noon Chapter; Mrs. Louis Baron, region presi-
dent; Mrs. Jack Fils, region executive commit-
tee chairman. Seated (left to right) are Mrs.
Philip Stark, region vice president; Mrs. Jennie
Grossinger; Eddie Fisher; Mrs. Elliot Roosevelt;
and Mrs. Margaret Newman Steam, program
chairman.
1,000 Attend Jennie Award Luncheon Here
Over 1,000 guests attending the Grossinger, to whom he referred humanitnrian deeds."
iRT "Jennie" Award Luncheon as his "second mother" and sang Mrs. Louis Baron, region presi-
,1 the Deauville Hotel last Wed- "The Face" in her honor. dent, said that "ORT's purpose
r.esday were visibly touched when Mrs. Grossinger then presented and primary objective is to help'
Eddie Fisher sang "My Yiddishe; him with a trophy from Women's man stand a little taller and a
Mama" and "Gott Hut Mir Gege-
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Mrs. Max Stupp, as she looked
up at him.
He then walked the entire run-
ay to pay tribute to Jennie
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Performing Artist in 1963." means, material and tools to make
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Contiued from Page IB
a luncheon held in the Algiers
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. II from Cleveland. Meyer Kot-
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Vuthor A'dele Waldman enter-
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Mrs. Inez Krensky. Mrs. Louis
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afjm Li>> in>i>t> that her early life in her home town
of Chicago was ordinary and uneventful But it instilled
in her a quality that ha> remained with her throughout
her life. She learned how to share. Her father and
mother were active in the Jewish Orphan Home, and Myra
spent hours there playing with the children and helping
___-__^_^ with the arrangements for holiday
.^ajjafcB^ decorations.
Ba\ After high school. Myra work-
^\ ed as a secretary at the Wrigley
\ Chewing Gum Co. It was at this
-------- time that she met Irwin. and they
were married a year later.
For the first 12 years of their
life together, they lived in Chi-
cago, where their three children
were born: Betzy. now Mrs. Rob-
I ert Poller, who has the two grand-
children that Myra adores: Ger-
\ aid. who will graduate from the
k\^ University of Miami in June; and
1 X Susan, who also attends the uni-
MYKA versity.
Because of Myras religious
background, and through the eyes of her maternal grand-
father who was an ardent Zionist, attending many World
Congresses. Myra became doubly aware of Zionism.
Firmly convinced that there would never be an Is-
rael, when Israel became a state. Myra's interest turned
into a living, breathing actuality.
On moving to Miami. Myra transferred her Hadassah
membership here She has come up through the ranks
of this exciting organization, working hard on each level,
until presently she is the Florida Regional president and
sits on the national board.
Since her husband travels a great deal, she spends many
quh?t hours reading and doing handwork. She has made
many pieces of noedle point, but strangely enough they
have all been given away; the piece she is always work-
ing on for her herself gets tucked away out of sight.
Vitally concerned with the necessity of good govern-
ment, Myra reads avidly on the subject, intending to get
nghf into the midst of "doing something" about it as soon
as her present commitments are carried out.
The whole family, including the grandchildren, spend
many happy hours, content to be together nad enjoying
each other's company. Contentment reigns supreme in
the Liss household.
Myra is a quiet, self-contained, tactful person. She
is understanding, as well as efficient, and steeped in the
knowledge of her organization. The end of this month.
she will preside over the annual Florida Regional Con-
ference at Tampa.
The world for Myra centers in her home and Had.
Musical Slated At Beth Am
Rauchbergs Will
Live in N.J.
Frntainebleau Hotel was the
setting on Saturday. Apr. 11. for
the marriage of Elizabeth Mariana.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Phillips. 18 Samana Dr.. to Dr.
Joel Loui< Rauchberg. He is the
son of Mrs. Abraham Rauchberg
and the late Mr Rauchberg. of
Newark. N.J.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, of
Beth David Synagogue, perform-
ed the candlelight ceremony. A
reception and dinner followed.
The bride wore an elegant white
peau de sole original Bianchi
gown, featuring a beaded alencon
lace bodice, scoop neckline and
long tapered beaded sleeves. The
peau de soie skirt, controlled in
front, terminated into a full-flow-
ing chapel train topped by a huge
rose. Her matching peau and
beaded lace crown held a triple
tier of French illusion.
Mrs. Howard Greenstein and
Miss Barbara Klau^ner were ma-
tron and maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Mrs. Stuart Abraham.
Miss Wiima Apfelbaum and Mrs
Alvin Philipson.
Howard Rauchberg was his
brother's best man. Ushers in-
cluded Barry Garfinkle. Michael
Rauchberg. and Dr. Alvin Philip-
son
New Mrs. Bermont attended the
University of Florida. Le Mesnil
in Switzerland and graduated
from Temple University School of
Oral Hygiene. She was affiliated
with Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority.
Her husband, an alumnus of Al-
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MRS. 10CL IAUCHMG
bright College, graduated from
Temple University School of Den-
tistry. He was a member of
Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity.
He served as an Air Force den-
tist for two years, and i- now on
the staff of Beth Israel Hospital.
Newark.
After a honeymoon trip to Mex-
ico, the couple will live in Par-
>ippan>. N.J.
Friday. April 17. i3tj
Miss Neidich
Eyes June Rites
Dr. and Mrs. Sol NaJd of
Beaufort. S.C. announce I
gagemenl of their daughter "
lyn. to Richard C. Lewis of
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin W
7100 Sunset Dr.. Miami.
Miss Neidich i< a stu<'
the University of Miam.
Lewi- is -tudying at the
sir* of Miami Law School
A June wedding is plan-
Miss Huberman
To Wed MD
An Auguat wedding i?
planned by Jill Huberman
Evan Cotter. Parents of :
trothed couple are Mr. ar.
Leo Huberman. 6815 Ru
saille. and Mrs. Leona H.
Tucson. Ariz.
The bride-elect attended
mandy School and receive*: BA
decree from Goucher College in
Baltimore. Attending the Phila-
delphia School of Occupy:
Therapy at the Univer>i of
I'trr-yivania. she will recei
certification in occupation;* ther-
apy in June.
The prospective bridegroom at-
tended Yale University ar
receive a degree from Jotr
kins Medical School in June. 19*:<
Miamian to Wed Israeli Musician
Miamian Dr. Lawrence E
man and Miss Hadassa Etzion.
sixth generation Israeli Sabra. will
be married on Apr. 30 in Israel.
Following a honeymoon trip to
.Switzerland and France, the couple
v ill return to Miami in June They
will be feted here at a reception
hosted By Dr. Newman? sister
and brother-in-law. Dr. and Mrs
Alan Stole r. 3909 Ponce de Leon
Blvd
MISS JILL HUBIIMAH
Musical will be presented at
Temple Beth Am on Saturday
evening, Apr. 25.
The play. "Dear Delinquent."
will feature a cast of 53 thesp..a -
The original book and lyrics
were written by Joan Schwartz-
man, and will be directed by
Kstelle Lash.
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The bridegroom, a graduate
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be in Israel for the nuptials.
His bnde-to-be is a cellist with
the Israel Philharmonic S>mphony
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ETH David Congregation held
its annual Patrons dinner
rlance Sunday evening in the
Grand Ballroom of Spector Hall.
Chairman of the event was Phillip
Schil'f, and his wife wore a floor-
length gown in sand-colored raw
-ilk which was designed by their
daughter in the form of a sheath
with a modified bateau neckline
and detailed with hand-embroid-
ered jet bugle beads.
I Mrs. Murray Turctsky's formal
was .1 -ilk brocade with brilliant
!\ colored spring flowers in a
splash print pattern. Her sheath
had deep "V" decolletage, and
godet-type of flared inserts at the
hemline. A full-length white satin
skirt topped with an overblouse
covered with pastel sequins was
Mrs. Frank Rose's choice for the
dance. Mrs. Sam Badanes com-
bined pink and magenta in a floral
print on an imported French chif-
("ii The sheath silhouette fea-
tured a cowled neckline and
matching stole. A white brocade
(ticktafl ensemble was worn by
Mrs, Jerome Weinkle. Her ovcr-j
blouse -.was covered with crystal
elear tear-drops which hung pen-
dant style from crystal chains.
Lilac flowers printed on a field ;
of white was worn by Mrs. Albert
Dubbin. White sequins emphasiz-
ed the white background, and her
fitted bodice tapered to a modified
bell shaped skirt. Mrs. Sy Keith's i
ice pink peau de soie was floor-
length. Her chiffon overblouse
was embroidered with pink flow-!
I B. Berk's while silk crepe for-!
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with gold embroidery and rhine
>tones.l Black silk was seen on j
Mrs. Jerry Merlin. Her elbow-
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was worn by Mrs. Louis Scitlin
Radiating lines were featured at
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Friday. April 17, 1964
Bermont. Weisser
Exchange Vows
Following a honeymoon in Ja-
maica, the former Audrey Lynn
Weisser and Richard Barry Ber-
mont will live at 7250 SW 83rd St.
The Sunday evening wedding, on
Apr. 12. was held in Anshe Emeth
Temple in Peoria. III. Officiating
clergyman was Rabbi Joseph Gins-
A reception and dinner at
the Pere Marquette Hotel follow-
L
Daughter of Mrs. Muriel Weis-
ser, of Peoria. the bride is a grad-
uate of Peoria High. She attended
Christian College, and Parson Col-
lege and is an alumna of Ray-
Vogue Schools.
Now- associated with the Miami
.nice of H. Hentz & Co.. the
bridegroom is the son of Mrs Wil-
liam Bermont. 609 Cadagua Ave.
A graduate of Coral Gables High
and the University of Texas, he
is a member of Sigma Alpha Mu.
social fraternity.
For the nuptials, the bride was
jMwned in a domed silhouette of
light ivory taflcta appliqued with
pearl-encrusted floral motifs. The
bodice was designed with a scoop
neckline and elbow sleeves, and a
flowing bow trimmed the detach-
able chapel train. A full-tiered
light ivory Engli-h silk illusion
veil was held by a matching for-
ward plateau of pearl edged floral
motifs.
r of the bride. Judie Weis-
ser. served as maid of honor.
MRS. RICHARD BERMONT
Bridesmaids included Judie Ber-
mont. the bridegroom's sister,
Linda Elliott. Diane Horan and
Carole -Clauss.
Peter Bermont was his brother's
best man. and serving as grooms-
men were Robert Greenman. Myr-
on Newman, Stephen Issenberg,
Robert Altman and Arnold Ber.
mont.
Torah Fund Tea Set Wednesday
Mrs. Alexander Kogan. presi-
dent of the Sisterhood of Temple
Emanu-El. announces the annual
Torah Fund Mathilde Schechter
Tea on Wednesday, at the home
<( Mrs. Paul Kaplan.
Mrs. Harry Koretzky and Miss
Lillian Goodman, co-chairmen of
the tea, said that proceeds will go
toward construction of a dormi-
tory to hou--<> young womn who
wish to study at the Teachers In-
stitute of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America in New
York.
A special program has been
prepared under the direction of
Trixie Levin.
Re-Elect
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Rothfeld, Hirsh
Plan for July
Mrs Max Rothfeld. 6-t5 W 51st
SI., announces the engagement of
her daughter. Vera Anne, to
Charles Jerome Hirsh, son of Mr.
and Mr- Gabriel Hirsh. of Miami
[{each, The bride-elect is the
daughter of the late Max Iioth-
feld.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High, the future bride attended
University of Florida and is a
senior at the University of Miami,
majoring in speech therapy.
The future bridegroom is a stu-
dent at the University of Florida,
majoring in math, and is also a
graduate of Miami Beach High.
The wedding la planned for
July 26.
Judea Women
Elect Officers;
Plan Hayride
Mrs. Marvin Levin was elected
president of Temple Judea Sister-
hood on Wednesday.
Other officers named at an elec-
tion meeting were Mesdames Paul
Edlow. executive vice president;
Leo Kopolow, Manuel Serkin. Ber-
nard Yesner and Sidney Deutsch.
vice presidents.
Mesdames Paul Wechsler. re-
cording secretary; Sidney Jacobs,
financial secretary; Alex Gross-
man, treasurer; Jay Bearman.
corresponding secretary; Hy Lip-
son, assistant corresponding secre-
tary: Frank Toback, parliamen-
tarian; Albert Jacobson. histor-
ian; and Joseph Klein, chaplain.
Religious School Library dedi-
cation followed, with Rabbi Mor-
decai Podet officiating. Funds
for the library were raised at a
November luncheon.
Sisterhood is planning a hayride
for adults only on Saturday. The
affair will begin at the Temple
at 8 p.m. Crandon Park Pit 4
w ill be the site of a barbecue
' and hootenanny.
MISS VfRA R0THPE1D
Newark Club to Meet
The Greater Newark. New Jer-
sey Club of Florida, will hold its j
next regular meeting on Mondavi
evening. 8 p.m., at the Algiers,
Hotel. Scheduled entertainment |
will be a preview of the musical
comedy. "Champagne Extra." with
a cast of 20, not to be seen by
the public until May 9 and 10 at
the North Miami Junior High
School.
Hemophilia Groufft
In Donor Affair
Greater Miami Hemophilia
Auxiliary of Miami Beach held a
(iiior luncheon Apr. 9 at Cjrillori
Uriel.
Mrs. Delia Delancy. national
representative, life president and
founder of the Auxiliary, presided.
Mrs. Bertha Webb gave the invo-
cation prayer. Mrs. Sara Holland
\ia> ma>ter of ceremonies.
Dr. Sigmund Rosen ar. | Mrs.
Mary Ann MacKenzie. Sta-; Rep-
resentative of Dade Count;, were
guest speakers. Mrs. Juri, Hol-
land, executive director o: Hope
School for Retarded Children, and
Mrs. Edna McPhee, member of
the Blood Bank Departm-r.t of
Jackson Memorial Hospita also
spoke.
Miss Olga Bibor Stern offered
a program of piano seleetic .s and
accompanied Robert Cair.^unas,
tenor. James Brooker installed
the new officers and boar mem-
bers lor 1964-65.
Gurion Branch
Slates Meeting
Parband, Ben-Gurion Branch,
will meet next Thursday evening,
Apr. 23. at the Farband Center.
842 Washington Ave.
The meeting will mark Israel's
16th anniversary of independence.
Louis Lasavin. principal of the
David 1'inski School, will be guest
speaker.
Mizrochi Will
Install Officers
Mizrachi Hapoel Ham.:rachi
will hold installation of officers
at a Malava Malka on Sa'irday
right at Knesseth Israel <_ mgre-
gation.
To be installed are Rev. leph
Krantz. president; Max necht.
honorary president; Rev. Solomon
Cooper, vice president; Rabbi
Abraham Safra. vice pre-dent;
Jock Ciment, vice president.
Morris steinbock. treasurer;
Morris Eckhaus, financial ;ecre-
tary; and Mrs. Morris Eckhaus,
recording secretary,
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Fifth and last book review of
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held Monday, 1:30 p.m., at the
Algiers Hotel.
Mrs Herbert Rose will review
"The Fanatic." by Meyer Levin.
A graduate of Salem Teachers
College, Mrs. Rose came to Dade
County from Boston 13 years
A teacher in Masschusetts, -he ha1-
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Mrs. Nat Barth i> president oi
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ying a good laugh over lines of the melodrama, "Pure
e Driven Snow," by Paul Loomis. are (seated) Leon Unaer,
^rt.tor of the play, who also has a leading role. Looking
n (left to right) are Harvey E. Kramer, J. bernard Spector,
Rudt, and James Knopke.
cir
B'rith Women of Coral
. ill hoi I their final meet-
the year "ii Tuesday. 8:30
at Hiliel House on the I'm
Miami campus. Elec-
. i installation nf officers
c place.
r
Meeting of Season Beth Sholom StS
Thespians Drama
Temple Thespian oi Temple
Beth Sholom will present a per-
formance ni "Pure ;i- the Driven
Snow," b) Paul Loomis, at the
"Cafe Theatre" of the Temple on
Saturday evening, Apr 25 at 8:15
p.m., according to an announce-
ment by James M. Knopke, chair-
man of the yroup.
Sisterhood of Beth Sholom is
sponsoring the performance, pro-
ceeds of which will o to the Sis-
terhood's Religious School Sub:
sidy Fund. Also featured will be
refreshments and a "sing-along"
with Sam Rudt, a member of the
Thespians, at the piano, with
specialty songs by Sam Slavui,
also Thespian.
Members oi the cast and back-
stage personnel include Charlotte
Vogel, Leon Unger, Esther Com-
manday, .till Arkin, Alice Lee,
Harvej Kramer, J. Bernard Spec-
tor, Ted Dortch, Judy Gerard,
Shirley Friedman, Ethel Wolk,
Bunny Jafle. and Natalie llalpert.
Production staff arc director.
Leon linger; stage manager, Philip
Davis; lighting manager. Steve
Krams; costumes. Essie Abrams
and Helen Knopke; sets, Philip
Davis and Martin Steiner; set de-
signer, Anne Kramer; tickets,
Sylvia Davis and Iris Unger; pub-
licity, Helen Knopke and Betty
Malakoff; production manager,
James Knopke.
(inth Graders To
late Anniversary
grade students of the
Academy will stage a pro.
am n honor of the birth of the,
ate of Israel on Friday in the'
100 auditorium.
. ring the program will be
nal script written by Rab-I
Morris L. Horovitz. assistant
I and ninth grade instruc-
ts- Academy
i cial candlelighting cere-
i.ny celebrating Israel's 16th an-'
rj has been arranged by
p Alexander S dross, prill-
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p.m., to outline future plans.
Speakers will include Dr.
George Balber. secretary of the
Temple; Mrs. George Baum.
chairman, education Committee;
Mrs. Frank Toback, president ot
Sisterhood; Mori Zimmerman,
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Sen. Gore Lauds Israel's Achievements
At Anniversary Fete for Charcowskys
Sen, Albert (Jure of Tennessee,
a ranking member of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee,
lauded the State of Israel "and
the excellent work it has accom-
plished (fliring the young nation's
16-year history."
Sen. Gore spoke to a capacity
audience in the French and Jade
Rooms of the Fontaineblcau Hotel
on Sunday evening. The function,
sponsored by the South Florida
Districts of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, was in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcow-
sky for their many contributions
to the State of Israel.
Sen. Gore told the 400 persons
in attendance that "the present
world situation increases the ap-
peal and importance of Israel be-
cause it stands as a democratic
state in the midst of authoritar-
ianism."
Discussing his trip to the Mid-
dle Fast, the Tennessee legislator
contrasted the modern industrial
world of Israel with the feudal so-
cieties by winch the young repub-
lic i> surrounde I.
Vnnouncing the discovery ol an
atomic d v i c ;it Oak Ridge,
Tei ii t" remove -alt from sea
Mid produce electricity at
tl same time, (lore noted that
"private enterprise in the U.S.
will undoubtedly oppose its use."
But, he declared, "the logical
place to initiate the process as a
pilot project would be Israel."
Dr. Irving Lcnrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI. pre-
sented the fifth annual Service
Award for Israel to Mr. and Mrs.
Charcowsky on behalf of the South
Florida ZOA Districts. Joseph
Mechlow. a vice president of the
Miami Beach Zionist District
was in charge Of a special candle
lighting ceremony honoring 'In
ltith anniversarj of Israel'- inde
pendence, with Jacob Rifkin hold
ing the pilot candle. Jack S
I'opick and Leonard Rosen serv-
ed as co-chairmen of the celebra-
tion. Circuit Court Judge Harold
Spaet was toastmaster.
Also on the program was Rabbi
Alexander Gross, of the Hebrew
Beach Woman
Wins Contest
Mrs. Bella Fishman. of 5334 La
Gorce Dr., Miami Beach, is lucky
when it comes to guessing quan-
tities of nickels.
She guessed 15.075 were in a
container filled with 15,111 and
won the Jefferson National Bank
contest, a trip to the Washington
area, including stops at Monti-
cello (Thomas Jefferson's home)
and the University of Virginia
(designed by Jefferson'
Arthur H. Courshon, chairman
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Featured entertainer was the re-
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Friday, April 17, 1964
Meeting of American Jewish Committee
To Feature Slate for Election of Officers
The principles of the Prophet
[failih, "Seek Justice and Relieve
the Oppressed," is the theme ot
the annual meeting of the Greater
Miami Chapter. American Jewish
O. mmittee, to be held Mon.'ay.
'Apr 27. at the Dupont Plaza
ft tel.
A cocktail reception honoring
in u members of the Greater
vi .,1111 Chapter is scheduled for
6:18 p.m., in the Assembly Room,
wiih dinner at 7:15.
.Mrs. Aaron Furr. chairman of
the event, has announced that the
main address of the evening will
i). given by Seymour Samet, Flor-
td.i regional director of the Amer-
n n Jewish Committee.
Proposed slate of officers for
1964-65 will be presented at the
meeting. Named to succeed Dav-
id Fleeman as president is Mrs.
Charles Finkelstein. The slate
al=o includes:
David Fleeman. honorary presi-
dent; Alfre:l Boas, Jay Jams,
James R. Katzman. Dr. Joseph R.
Narot. vice presidents; Robert I.
Shapiro, secretary; Myron M.
Bchrman, financial secretary; and
R. W. Apte. treasurer.
Exi. 11 i n Hoard ill nciuile Rabbi-
1 |i bi i M. Haumoard, I 'r. i 'h I li
1 | *fr* Robert EerK' Julian 1
B Morris H, Rurk, Alvln C
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2 pints sour cream
4 egg yolks beaten
1 4 cup of sherry
innamon
Brown cheese blintzes in hot
butter in skillet, keep warm.
'Meanwhile, combine sour cream I
ar.d sherry; simmer together lor:
2 minutes Stir small amount of'
hoi mixture into beaten egg yolks,
v i to remaining mixture. Cook
over low heat, stirring, until mix-i
ture thickens, about 1 minute. Fill
ii dividual casseroles or soup
plates 3 4 full Place browned1
cl se blintzes in each. Sprinkle
with cinnamon. Serve hoi Yield
servings.
Planters Oil
iince this is the year of the
greatest ol all World's Fairs, the
S note for smart homemakers is
"cook cosmopolitan."
It's easy when you share the
secret of the world's great cooks.
From the choosiest Chinese cooks
to the fussiest French chefs, they
use peanut oil to bring out all the j
subtle goodness of good ingred-1
ients. So go gourmet. Cook with
Planters lOO percent pure Peanut
Oil, the lighter polyunsaturated |
oil, and make your fine foods
taste absolutely fabulous.
You can put yourself to the test |
with this wonderful, new recipe
Spicy Carrol Kuchen
2 cups unsifted flour
2'^ tap. Royal Baking Powder
Wj tap. baking soda
'2 tap. salt
1 tap. cinnamon
1 tap. ground nutmeg
1 tap. cloves
I1.: cups Planters Peanut Oil
2 cups sugar
4 eggs, separated
1 a cups raw grated carrots
1 cup chopped Planters Pecans
1-3 cup hot water
Blend flour, baking powder,
soda. salt, spices. In bowl beat
Planters Oil and sugar until well
blended. Beat in egg yolks, one
by one. Mix in carrots and
pecans. Alternately blend in dry
ingredients and hot water. Beat
egg whites until soft peaks form:
lold into batter. Turn into oiled,
lloured 10" tube pan. Bake at
350 deg. F. for 60-65 minute- or
until done. C00L in pan 10 min-
utes. (It's extra luscious with
brown sugar frosting. 1 Makes one
tall 10-in. kuchen.
.., Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe, Herald
I K-Mcher. Walter Kovner, I'1 1 <
1.. 111I..TV. Ira K. Mogul
K.nn.rti M .Myera. an Myers. Rich-
ard A PaJlot, I'ol. N'alhi..... <
I >r Jack .1 Riven, Mi Ra> mi nil Ru-
bin, Howard R. tfclmrlln, Mra. l-""'-
1 r.i M Sllverman, Judge Harolil 1-
M.ii.-i. Kenn. h Tri 1 I
II, sianle) H WattB, Mat-Khali
Wlni
Chairmen of Hie Advisor} Hoard an
I l.,-.- RuvlU'h and I......lanl Wlen. Mem-
k. : n,.\ Col Jacob M. Arvey,
Oeolfti I Bi : 11-1:111. Shi pnrd I ti
a 1..1, Klnai. in. Charles. 11 Klnkel-
iteln, Samuel I- rli dl n I, Paul R. '< r-
rton, Mr* Jennli 11----- ngi 1 A J.
1 lai >i- A.. \i. Kami, r, Ja> Kli-lak,
M01 n- l..i|.nl 1 H ibbl lr\ illK Li lu-
:r.. II
s 1 1 \. imn, .1. flerald I ewla,
llaron de Hliwh Meyer, S'idne.i Meyer,
Max Orovltx, I Kurl 1'elner. i.."
Rnlilnaon, Kan IV Ituskln, Hum B.
Si'liwarta, 1 K HIiim hi 1, IVI
.' I. Singer, Hut> Kimunhoif, -* 1
I'liKiir. I'i .lo-.|ili M WeldlHTS. Jom-
e|>h Welntraub, II.n- K. Wolfl ''.-1
. Mitchell W..H....M.
Beth Am Will
Send Delegates
Temple Beth Am will send six
delegates to the regional conclave
of the Southeast Federation of
Temple Youth in Charleston. S.C.,
this weekend.
Representatives include Ted
Silver. Dick Abel. Patti Abel. Low-
ell Bernheimer. Liz Diamond, and
Robin Corenblum.
The youth group meets at the
Temple every Monday evening.
7:30 p.m., with Sylvan Holtzman,
advisor, for students from the 9th
grade through high school.
The Young Adult Group, young
men and women 18 through 25,
meets Sunday, 7:30 p.m., at the
Temple. Roger Dauer is chair-
man.
Beach BB Lodge
Elects Schwartz;
Installation May 3
Gerald Schwartz, public rela-
tions executive, has been elected
president of the Miami Beach
Lodge of B'nai IVrith. He will
succeed Samuel Welner, ;i certi-
fied public accountant, at an in-
stallation dinner May 3 at the l)i
Lido Hotel.
Schwartz moves up, from the
position of present elect: He was
secretary of the lodge two years
ago, and in Omaha. Neb., served
as president of the Breadbreakers,
weekly luncheon club of the Henry
Monsky Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
Schwartz is vice chairman of the
B'nai B'rith Israel Committee lor
the Fifth District, embracing the
Southern states
Joseph L. Goodman, vice pres-
ident cf Franklin Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association, will
take office as president-elect.
Goodman, chairman of the Beach
Lodge's July 4 Celebration Com-
mittee, moves op from vice
president.
Other officers elected include |
three vice presidents. Edward H.
Levin, Jack August and Milton
Kahn. Honorary life president
Irving Schatzman was elected
treasurer, and Weiner becomes fi-
nancial secretary.
Samuel Pascoe was elected re-
cording secretary, with Malcolm
H. Fromberg corresponding secre-
SCffWARTZ
GOODMAM
lary. Other officers include Ir\
ling Schenker. monitor: i ,.
'Goldman, assistant monitor; Ben
Levine. guardian: Jacob II >.,
assistant guardian; \
Swartl, warden; Ben Mos]
assistant warden: Gershor. i
luncheon chairman; and A
Wolf son, historian.
Trustees elected arc Jack M
Fink. Jack S. Popick. Ze\
William Bornstein, Oeorgi
engoid. Michael Sossm. Paul
Seiderman. William \
Weiner. Schatzman and \
Grunhut
y,
Tifereth Jacob
Maps Activities
- Meeting of the Men's Club of
Temple Tifereth Jacob is set [or
Sunday at 10 a.m.
The Sisterhood is sponsoring a
Chinese dinner on Sunday at 7
p.m. Mrs. Mildred Wascowitz is
in charge of reservations.
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Sale commences immediately upon publication of this notice. Venetian Rambler, Inc., assumes no
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so listed has been sold.
VEHICLE
NUMBER YEAR MAKE DESCRIPTION PRICE
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RECLINING SEATS, SOLEX WINDSHIELD,
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J3r JWitzvak
Harold Scherr
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
officiate at services Saturday
morning. Apr. 18. at Beth David
Congregation when Harold Earl,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Scherr. becomes Bar Mitzvah.
Harold is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High.
Interested in astronomy, he is
president of the Astronomy Club
at the Museum of Natural Science
and History.
Following services. Mr. and
Mrs. Scherr will honor their SOO
with a Kiddush in Spector Hall.
Bruce Lebensart
Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar
tin Lebensart. will observe his
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
Apr. 18, at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will of-
ficiate at the services and pre-g
sent the celebrant with a Bibl 1
on behalf of the Mollie Kahaner
Sisterhood. Bas Mitzvah on Friday night, Apr.
A student in the fourth grade 17- at Beth Torah. Rabbi Max A.
of Beth Torah Religious School. Ljpsch;lz wjh officiate and pre-
Bruce also attends John F. Ken- y^ wj)h g Bjb,c a gift
riedy Junior High. ..uj
a from the Sisterhood.
Gary Kitchner The celebrant is a fourth year
On Saturday morning. Apr. 18. stufjent in the Religious School
; and Mrs. Frank Kitchner. will be ior Hjgn
Bar Mitzvah with Rabbi Alfred a out.of.,0wn guest, at-
Waxman officiating. un fte cercmoniei wlU be
Gary, a seventh grade student Fran-S grandparents, Mr. and
at West Miami Junior High | Mrs Abraharn Misenznick of New
School, plans to continue his stud- York cjty
ies in the Temple Zion Confirma-
tion Class.
Una Zemel Arthur Schinitsky
Phyllis Potaich
Phyllis, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Potasch. 9225 Car-
lyle Ave., will be Bas Mitzvah at
Temple Menorah on Friday even-
ing, Apr. 17. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz will officiate.
David 0rtn
On Saturday morning, Apr. 18.
at early morning services at Tem-
ple Ner Tamid, David, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Gersten. 1700 Bay
Dr.. will be Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz will officiate.
David is a student of Temple
ing, Apr. 18. Rabbi Jonah E. Cap-
;i .> i.l officiate.
Jack is a seventh grader at the
,,hu F Kennedy i">"1"' -"
where he plays the trombone ...
lh, school band. His hobb) is
fishing and sailing,
Erna Zemel
Bas Mitzvah of Erna, daughter
of Mr and Mrs. Herbert C. Zemel.
will be celebrated Saturday morn-
ing. Apr. 18. at Temple Emanu
El. Dr. Irving Lehrman will oi-
ficiate.
Erna attends seventh grade at
Nautilus Junior High and has tak-
en prizes for art posters. She IS
interested in painting and piano.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception at her home on
Sunday.
Michael Kotler
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro of-
ficiated at the Bar Mitzvah of
Michael Dean Kotler during ser-
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-
clude crafts and model building.
Mrs. Bertha Kotler honored her
son at the Kiddush following the
ceremony, and at a luncheon in
the afternoon at the Algiers Hotel.
Grandmother of the Bar Mitz-
vah is Mrs. William Kotler. of
Miami.
it a *
Richard Serotta
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
will be the site of the Bar Mitz-
vah ceremony of Richard Serotta
on Saturday. Apr. 18. with Rabbi
Sherwin Stauber officiating.
A seventh grade student at Ida
M. Fisher Junior High, the cele-
brant is interested in dramatics
and had a featured role in the
school's first three-act play. ""Kiss
and Tell."
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Serotta,
;014 Lake-view Dr., are parents of
the Bar Mitzvah.
Friday, April 17. 1964
PAUL Ktf/N
Miami Hadassd
In Fund-Raiser
Annual fund-raising affai
sored by Miami Chapter oi
sah will benefit the Ha. ,
Medical Organization which
tains hospital, technical anil re-
search installations in Isrj and
renders service to the kl
East.
Highlight of the affair on Sun-
: day evening at Elk's Lodge, .Mil
' Brickell Ave., will be two jifts.
one a 17-day European holida [or
, two, the second, 8500 wo i
Florida Power and Light stuck.
Chairman for the cveni.; will
i be Mrs. Elaine Salzburg vice
president, who will introduce
'. guest speaker Mrs. Dorothy
' Krieger Fink, and Mrs. Heary L.
Balaban who will entertain
Following Hadassah n -etings
aie scheduled for Monday.
Ad Exec Named
To Rambler Board
Paul H. Klein, 'Ice president
of Bishopric-Green-F.elden. one of
Florida's largest and oldest adver-
tising agencies, has been elected
to the Board of Directors of
Miami's largest and newest Ram-
bler dealership.
Klein, winner of numerous local
and national awards for his crea-
tive cop\ writing, is well-known in
Miami advertising circles and has
been a B-G F staff member since
1958. As a director of Venetian
Rambler, his advertising back-
ground and talents will help for-
mulate the firm's advertising pro-
grams.
Venetian Rambler. Miami-fran-
1 chised dealership for American
i Motor's American, Classic and Am-
baisador autos and parts, is locat-
ed at the Miami entrance to the
Venetian Causeway, the same lo-
cation occupied by its predeces-
sor, Nash Miami Motors, for al-
most 20 years.
Aviva Group, Ifrs. Mon Her.
man. president, 11 a.m.. it the
home of Mrs. M. Dauer. 666' Mont
gomery Dr. Theme of the be "Aviva Sitting on Top of the
World.'' Group elections IJi *
held.
Chiii Group, Mrs. Maun aim-
mons, president. Games r,
8:30 p.m., at the home i Mrs,
Ivan Perlman, 2100 NW 19! I I Ter.
Dessert and coffee will be
lc:
nil
cor
He
mi:
Nc
|tee
IV
(c
:
Menorah Group, Mrs Samuel
Steinberg, president, linal inch-
con meeting of the year a slid
ROOM, Coral Gables, at noor. New-
ly elected officers will b- ml
duced and annual Youth ;
awards will be presented.
Coconuf Grove Exhibit
Rolf Nyberg and Eddie
announce a new show at tr
l die Room Gallery, 3487 Da.
i Coconut Grove. Artist- cm
! bit ion include Jerry Frankc
Hopkins. Al Hunvitz. Johr
kenberg, Joe Richard- tnd
Shattuck.
till will uiiitiaic. ----_ ., _,
The celebrant is a student in Tam.d Religious School, and
the Religious School and also at- *" Jl,n,or H'n-
tends Nautilus Junior High. | A reception will follow the ser-
.'
i\
lii
ill!
osl
Following services, an Oneg vices.
Shabbat will be held at the Potasch
home, and on Sunday afternoon a
reception in Phyllis' honor will
also be held there.
John Stark
John, son of Dr. and Mrs. Philip
Stark, will become Bar Mitzvah
at Beth Moshe Congregation on
Gr.gB Littman Saturday, Apr. 18. Rabbi Simon
Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. spiri- April will officiate,
tual leader of Southwest Jewish Kiddush in John's honor will foi-
Center, will officiate at the Bar I iow in p0piel Social Hall.
Mitzvah of Greg Scott Littman The ce,ebrant is a studtffcl of
during Saturday morning services.
Apr. 18. at the Temple.
An eighth grader at Kinloch
Park Junior High, the celebrant
is interested in aeronautic engi-
neering, and his favorite sports
are bowling and tennis.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Littman, 51
SW 54th Ave., will honor their
the Beth Moshe Hebrew School
and attends the North Miami Jun-
ior High.
Open house will be held in the
Bar Mitzvah's home.
Arthur Schinitsky
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
>W 0*111 AV win in mum mrir _, ', ...
son at a c.ndlelighting dinner n]**" of TehP !".* hi
ception on Saturday night at >ciate at theBar *UX
NIi,.h ,. I Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy-
man Schinitsky. on Saturday
Fran Mnwlck morning, Apr. 18. at the Temple.
Fran, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur is in the seventh grade
David Misenznick, will become at Ida M. Fisher Junior High and
is on his home room basketball
team. He studies the viola. He
, hopes to follow in the footsteps
*. I of his older brother. Michael, who
Memorial jIOTea is now attending medical school in
The community is invited to join Nashville, Tenn.
in commemorating the Warsaw-
Ghetto Uprising on Sunday. Apr
Warsaw Ghetto
19. The Workmen's Circle
branches will hold services at 25
Washington Ave.. at 8 p.m. Max
Gleiberman, of Branch 699, will
be chairman of the evening.
Some of the events will be re
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception Saturday morning at
Chandler's Restaurant.
Chad! Daum
Chadi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joel Daum. will become Bas Mitz
van at Beth Moshe Congregation
.-..I. u ..... ^.^...~ ------ -- xan aI DCm .nusne luiisickouuii
called by "Vladka," one of the on Friday, Apr. 17. Rabbi Simon
few survivors. A group of ghetto Aprj| amj (jator Hyman Fein will
songs, sung by Sarah Fershko and ffjcjatc.
Jan Peerce will be included. The j
program will be in Yiddish. An Oneg Shabbat will follow the
Branch 1050 will include sim-' services in Popiel Social Hall in
iliar services as part of their' Chadi's honor,
meeting held Sunday at 1545 SW 1 A student at Beth Moshe Con
3rd St. The program will be in' gregation, the celebrant attends
English. I Westview Junior High, where she
Harry Schuldiner. chairman of 1 plays the flute in the school band
Branch 1050. says he hopes "all I
Workmen's Circle members and i Jack Mayer
members of the community will! Jack Burton, son of Mr and
attend one of these services. These | Mrs. Philip Mayer, 1920V NE 18th
heroic efforts must not be forgot-! Ave will be Bar Mitzvah at Tern-
ten." ljle Yeshurun on Saturday morn
SHOW TIME:
7:05 P.M. NIGHTIY
IN FULL STEREO

?19 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO
6A.M.'til 1 a.m. ^' j


* te*ist> ftnridU^r
Paqe 15-B
Cardiac Hospital Dance >MrS. Miller, 71
at bi Hershel Brooks, spiritual leader of Temple Zamora, dis-
HBMfl the Temple's journal with members of the 14th annual
eorr.Tiittee in behalf of this project. Left to right are Leon
Hcr-g. Morris Moskowitz, Rabbi Brooks and Philip Rice. Cul-
mir. r.tion will be a banquet during the latter part of May.
No* shown is Arthur Deutsch, also a member of the commit-
itee.
IWB Reelects
(apian Vice Pres.
Lttn Kaplan. .Miami attorney
imunal leader, was reeled-
ce president of the Nation-
I J -li Welfare Board on Fri-
;i\ the organisation's biennial
Itioi I convention, now in ses-
,n the Statler Hilton Hotel in
i-:.- Mass
\ li igtime member of JWB's
f Directors, Kaplan is a
rn president of JWB*s South
n Section and of the Greater
iai Jewish Community Center,
e st ves on the Executive Com-
littee ol the Greater Miami Jew
h : oration and is an officer of
I ireatl Of Jewish Education
V'-
JV is the national association
f mi than 300 Jewish Commun-
nters and YM-YWHAs; the
a-i-iumeni-authorized agency for
the religious, welfare and
needs ol Jewish military
el and their dependents
3 Jewish hospitalized vet-
id the sponsor of the Jew-
It Council of America, the
. I Jewish Music Council and
wish Community Center
n Bureau. It is a member
of USO.
Masquerade Dance Saturday
Masquerade dance at Temple
Sinai will be held Saturday at 8:30
p.m. Program will feature a live
band and refreshments. The
Temple is at 1480 NE 123rd St.
per-
inJ
r..itn
I
I i
arsaw Ghetto
Memorial Sunday
\1< rial to the heroes of the
arjsa Ghetto will be held Sun-
.:>. I p.m. at Beth El Congre-
itkfa
Rabbi Solomon S. Schiff, spiri-
al leader, will officiate. Haym
nd S; rah Forshko will present a
rogram of piano and soprano
ii'lorius.
The New American Jewish Soc-
ii Club of Miami, sponsors of the
vent, consists of former inmates
German concentration camps.
I hope
Grandma
likes /rif
flower*
Batya Luncheon
In No. Miami Bch.
Membership buffet luncheon
sponsored by the Batya Chapter
of Mizrachi Women, of North
Miami Beach, was held in the
home of Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan,
1120 NE Miami Gardens Dr.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, of
Temple Adath Yeshurun. was
guest speaker. Marking Israel's
16th anniversary. Rabbi Caplan
spoke on "The Russian Bear and
the Israeli Lamb."
Yehuda Segal, educational di-
rector of Adath Yeshurun Reli-
gious School, led in community
singing of Israeli songs, accom-
panying himself on a tambour. An
Israeli movie was also shown.
Mrs Alfred Stone, national co-
ordinator of Mizrachi Women,
gave a report. Mrs. Alex Shayo-
witz. Batya Chapter president, ex-
tended greetings.
Miami Chapter of the National!
Children's Cardiac Hospital will;
hold a. dinner dance on Apr. 261
at Electrician's Hall, 1637 NW
17th Ave., Miami. Chairman is
Mrs, Leah Friedson.
LEGAL NOTICE
Verdi Opera
Set for Sunday
Verdi's "Rigoletto' in concert
form and sung in English will con
stitute the next program of the
Miami Beach Symphony Orches-
tra under the direction of Bar-
nett Breeskin. The program will
be held on Sunday, 8 p.m.. at the
Miami Beach Auditorium.
Among vocalists appearing are
Joyce Farber. soprano; Richard
Collins, baritone; Walter James,
tenor; Natasha Kimmel, contralto;
William King, bass; Rhettman
Salvo, tenor; Dan Greene, bari-
tone; Gordon Lewis, baritone;
Adele Viola, mezzo-soprano; and
Philip Stein, bass.
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
a source of very real
comfort to all.
MIAMI j IXCII .'I rt\
\IBmWfi
AND COMMUNITr MA
iminio. MO 1-7693
Ad Exec Named
To Top Body
Advertising executive Karl Bis-
hopric has become the first mem-
ber of his profession in Florida to
be elected to membership in the
exclusive Young Presidents' Or-
ganization.
National YPO President John
Hartman made the announcement
in New York, adding Bishopric's
name to a list of only 39 YPO
members in the entire state.
Membership requirements for
the international organization call
for an executive to head a ser-
vice firm which grosses at least
$1,000,000 annually and employs a
minimum of 50 personsall before
reaching his 40th birthday.
At 39. Bishopric is president of
Miami based Bishopric-Green-
Fielden. Inc., advertising agency,
which last year billed nearly $5,-
000.000 and employs 80 persons
among its associated group of
companies.
Oratory Contest
Lists 4 Winners
It was a difficult taste facing the
judges, Miami Beach Councilman
Malvin Englander, Dr. Irving
Block and Mrs. Elliot Roosevelt,
on Monday evening, Mar. 23, at
Hibiscus Temple, to choose the
winner among four finalists, Da-
vid Kaye. Mark Greenberg, Connie
Cohen and Martin Gold, in the Or-
atorical Contest sponsored by the
George Gershwin Lodge Knights
of Pythias.
Their topic, 1864-1964 covered
the social, moral and scientific
advances made by the world during
the past 100 years. But David Kaye,
a 17 -year-old senior at Miami
Beach Senior High School, was
judged winner.
Mark Greenberg placed second,
and third and fourth place went
to Martin Gold and Connie Cohen,
respectively.
Maurice Bernard is chairman of
youth activities tor George Gersh-
win Lodge, and arranged for the
finals.
On Monday. Apr. 13, the finalists
in the poster contest, also under
Bernard's supervision, and spon-
sored by the lodge, was j u d g e d
following the regular business
meeting, at 7:30 p.m.. at Hibiscus
Temple.
Fred Zeiger. attorney, is chan-
cellor commander of the lodge.
Passes Away
Services for Mrs. Sophia Miller.
71, who died Apr. 10, were held
in Gordon Funeral Home, with in-
terment in Mt. Nebo Cemetery
on Apr. 12.
Mrs. Miller, who came here 35
years ago from Brooklyn, N.Y.,
lived at 1233 10th St. She was
a member of the 52 Club.
Surviving are two sons. Dr. Say- notice by publication
mour Miller, of Hartford, Conn., in the circuit court of the
,j FHviarH nf Avon Conn- two ELEVENTH JUO.CIAL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
NOTICE UND^R
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS- HEKKHV GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring t.. engage
in business under the ii' tltlous n i
of M M LWiRS nl 127" N \\ B2n I
Street, Miami, Florida Intends i" re
Inter Mid name with the Clerk ol the
Circuit Courl ol Dade County, Pkn -
Ida
i, B. II. L1QI"' 'R '' "''' IBATU >N
i .i Ma. Corp.
I MYER8, IIEIMA.N" St KAPLAN
Att >iTie) s f"i Applicant
USO H.W. l*i Street
I 17-24, 5 1-1
brothers: two
grandchildren.
sisters; and four
ROSNICK
DAVID No!'. MAN". nge '-'". of M3fl
riii Ave., died Apr. '.' I" Mt. Pleae-
nnt, I'ii.. from Injuries received In
;i highway accident to the ear In
which he w.is .i passenger. He was
studenl at Mlaml-Dn.de Junior
coUi-ut'. Surviving are his parent*,
l it- ami Mr~ Manning .1 Rosnlck;
a brother, Jeffrey: a slater, Mra.
Barbara Ralsen; all or Miami: his
paternal grandmother, Mrs Paul-
ine Rosnlck, M in mi Beach; his
maternal grandmother, Mrs. Rose
Hurst, Atlantic City, N.J.: and
his great-grandmother, Mrs. Leah
Rosnlck, Brighton, Mass. Services
were held Apr. IS al ISordon
K'uneral Home with Interment In,
Mi. Nelxi Cemeter)
JOSEPHSON, Robert, 89, isr..i I'ur-
il> Ave. Services in Elisabeth,
N.J. Newman.
LEVY. Maurice, 71, of 199 James Ave.
Si i i es in Philadelphia : 11 don.
NIVERT. Mrs Helen, 7:>. o( S2U I.......
I ir. New in.in.
STERN. Mis Sofle, 82, of 1545 N E
llHih Ter Korvices In Cleveland.
RIvel wide.
BARUCH. Lillian, S2, ..f 501 SW li
Ave died Mar. ill lordon.
BURK. Mrs. Mue S., of 6-Vi Weal Ave.
Rli i-i sldi
REMY. Mis Edith, K3, .-I 5110 I'.is-
cayne Blvd. RlversliU
SCHweicer. Mrs. Lllllun l: of
1022 Ray Dr. Services in New Vuik.
Rivei sldi
COUNT* IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 4113
Ml l.i is BERAN,
PJalntirr,
\ s.
MARIA BER W
I lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARIA BBBAN
. ii Thomas Lenclone
::.;:;; Northwest Ml Btreel
Apartment No. 169
Wasnington, l >.< *.
Vou, MABIA BBBAN, are hereby
notified that u Bill 'if Complaint ror
Divorce has been filed against >
ami you are required to serve ;> con)
of your Answer or Pleading in*
Hill of Complalnl on the Plaintiffs
attorney, BERT E OLSON, SIS Ains-
ley Building, Miami, Dade County,
Florida, and file the original Aaewei
rn- Pleading In the off......i the Clerl
of the Circuit Court on or before Ihe
18th da) ..I May, 1984. If you fall to
.l.i so, Judgmenl by default will !>
taki -I againsl > ou foi the relief di '
n Miil.il in the Hill "f Complaint
This nol li shall I" published om
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORIIHAN
I 'i i.Nl-: AN 11 ORDERED in Mill
Klorida, this Ith daj "i April, A.I
i; i: l.i: VTHERMAN. I'
I'oui't, I 'nile i 'ount>. Klorldu
. .11 Bj K M. I.VMAN
11 -put) I "lei k
BERT I-: H.Si IN
\ nsl llulldlns
Ml in i I- loil I KB I -Tl
An. rne,\ foi i'l
i 17-21. l-<
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62635-C
RE Estate of
HERMAN UNAS
I >, ceil *ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.i All Creditors and All Persons Hny-
,. ,,, |>. iiiiniils Againsl Said
l --1.i 11
You are l> i l,v notified and r, -
nulled in pies, n anj Inlms and tie-
,,,a~ which you m have agaiii<
"he estate of HERMAN LIN Ah.
d--------- iti Dade County. Mor-
ion to the "ounty Judges ol Ud<
Cotintv, and fll the line In dupllcnti
Bnd n, provide.! in s...ii..n i3J 18,
Plorldii Statul s. In their offli i"
ih. fount} Com thouse In Dade I ,oun-
H Klorida, within *i\ calendar months
from the time "f ihe first iujH< at Ion
hereof, or the un. will bi barreil.
Dated ..i Ml mil. Klorida, this I3lh
iinv ni vpril. v.n 1964.
' s HILDA UNAS WE1NBEBO
A- Kxecutrix
pirsl publl itlon of tliiw notlci
the iTih <11 > "f April. l'."-i .......
ARONOVITZ, SILVER srill-.lt
Attorne) s for Bxecutrlx
807 Alnsley Building
Miami, Florida .
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62758 A
IN RE: Estate of
anna DENMARK
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Salu
Eslati
Vim are h -r-'liv not 11 led i I'll re-
iiulr< i i pi'ese'H an.i el ilms and de-
ti-ii ii I.- \\ hiili von m.i\ liaie againsl
ih. tati of A NNA I 'l.'NM a RK,
. in i.....' Dade County. Klor-
ida, In the I'ountj Judges "!' f>ade
Count). .mil file i he same In duplli li
and -1 proi iil'-.l in Sei tloi
Klol i.i.i Statul in ih- ii i :: lei s in
the Count) Courthouse In Bade Coun-
ty, Mi rlda, within .-i\ calendar months
ii..ni the lime of th< f r.-i i h li ul |..n
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ,N AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 4235
R. i:i iBINhKI,
ANI.EY
I'l.mm
I.
on
1-^
hereof, or the same III be bai
Dated .ii Miami, hlorlda, iliis
il.iv ..I April. Al'. 1964.
ALBERT DENMARK
As KX.....ti -
SIM' 'N, II WS .v nitl'NDU ICIB1
Al torne> s for K.\. cuti :\
301 Alnsle.\ liulliling
Miami, Kim Ida 33132
l 17-21, '
2nd
l-v
ii INCETTA R. BOBINSKI.
I lefendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
li. CtlNCETTA R, BOBINSKI
. ii Rose Ri
i. Cotton Hollow II...ni
Naugai uck, 'onnei-tlcut
ViH ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
:i t'omplsJnt for Divorce hus beei
fll< .1 againsl ...... and j ou sri r-
ipiired i" sen i cop) ol ><>ui Ansv
,.n ih, I'bj i al torn. >. Hi >IH lit''
II tka I Rli:. ::" dul'oni Build
,l un i lo Ida, nnd rile the ol l|
Answei in the I 'fl Ice ol the i iel K ii
...II |, ..II oi Is
l:nh daj ol Mac, 1964 nl hi ru Isi i he
nil. u a I mis In ilnt
taken as confessa .1 b) ) ou, mi i Di
i,-.. I.....'oniessn will hi enten
iu.iiii-i \ ou for I hi r. li. I pru: ed
in said i'omplalnt
VTEI' I li is- i'i .1 i) of Api '1 1961
i; B L.EATHEHM >\. CIi It
im.iIi B) i' I', i'l il'ELAN 11
4 17-24,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 4080
ALICE CHATLOB,
Plaintiff,
Kl iH \l:|i I'll ATI.I iS.
1 lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Vol.", BDW Mil CH All.i is
dence addresi unknown, are requir-
ed tn file your answer in the com-
plain) for Divorce with the Clerk ol
the above styled Court and serve o
thereof upon Herman Cohen,
1310-11 Congress Building, Ml-
Klorida, on >" before May 18th,
,i- .is,, complaint "ill be taken
infessed. DATED April 13th,
cop)
Esq.
ami.
1964
IIS
1964.
E. I'.. LEATHEBMAN
Clerk ni the Circuit Court
(seal) By: K. m i.v.man
Deput) i '! rk
4 17-21.
l-s
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME
CHANCERY NO. 64C 3995 Pearson
To Whom H May Concern:
Notice is hereby given thai tin- un-
dersigned petitioners, HKNKV C.
TOMASZBW8KI and HELENE TOM-
aBZEWBKI wltoae reaWence address
is r.i N.w t:111 Btreet i*ot i> its,
Miami, Florida. I" the City of Miami,
Paili- County, Horida. Intend to apply
to the Honomble RAV ikaksoN.
judge "i the Eleventh Judicial Chr-
oult, in and for i>nde Coonty, at his
office 111 the Count] Court Hi.us.-. ill
9:00 o'clock A.M.. on the 2."ith da) (
Hay, l'-'Bi, or aa soon (hereafter us
they ma) be heard, fur an order
cha'iiKinK their names (Tom HKN'ltV
i- TOMAsZEWSKI and HELEN K
I TOMASZEWSKI, to HENBV C.
THOMAfa and HELEN E THOMAS,
I by which name Uiej will thereafter
bs knon n.
Haled nl Miami. Florida, this IHIi
dai nl April, Al'. 1984.
HENRY <' TOMASZEWSKI
HELENE Tl IMA8ZEWSKI
Petitlonei -
Ki iBERT I. illti IVBR
Attorne) for Pel ii Ion
ivl'ii Indian 'reek I ii iv
Miami IV.., li. Pin.UN 1-2221
I IT-24,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 62889-C
IN RE: Estate of
i-;.-rn.i. i; SPABKS
I l| lIllSlll.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against sum
Estate
Vuu are hereby notified and re-
quired in present an) claims and de-
mands which you ma) have against
the estate of KSTll.l. i:. SPARKS,
deceased late "f Dade County, Flor-
ida, in Un I'v'iniv Judges of Dade
I'.iiinix. nnd file the sum,, in duplicate
.mil a- provided In Section 733.16
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
tin- County Courthouse In Ihide Coun-
ty, Florida, within .-i\ calendar months
from the time of the first publlcul n
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated nl Miami Florida, tills 13th
da) "i April, A.D. IM4.
I nl is HEIMAN
As Executor of Estate of
Estill B. Sparks. Deceased
l-'ii-i publication of this notice on
the 17th day of April, l4.
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
|:>: Lmiis i lelman
Attorne) > for Executor
1150 S.W. 1st St.. Miami, li'
4 17-21. ." 1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 82876 A
IN RE: Estate "f
MORRIS M. BARRON
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! nnd All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
Vim are hereby notified and re-
quired i" present any claims and de-
mands which you mav have seainsi
Hi. estate nf MORRIS M. BABBON,
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, tn the county .indites of Dade
County, and file the same in dupllcnte
land as provided in Section 733.16,
I Florida Statutes, In their offices in
the Count) Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Morion, within si\ calendar months
from tin- linn- .f ihe f rsi publication
hereof, "i the same will i.- barred.
Dated ni Miami, Florida, this ilili
da) of April, \ lv 1984
M.MtY BABBi N
As Executrix
si\l' >N ll \vs A QBCNDWERG
' \. i iii i\
in] Alnsli v Building
Mi.urn. PI i -li 33132
4 I7--M. S 1-8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 4456
TIIELMA NATHAN SALE,
Plaintiff,
l \s
LESLIE OANDELL SALE,
1 I.!, li'.lllll.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LESLIE OANDELL SALE
RESIDENCE I'NKNuW N
Yon LESLIE OANDELL SALE are
hereby notified thai an Amended
Complalnl for I ilvoti has been filed
againsl you, ahd you are required to
serve .i copy ol your Answer or Plead-
ing to the BUI of Complalnl on the
plaintiff's Attorney, Nelun Sweet, 120
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
ami file ih.....iuiiinl Answer ol Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk ol the
Circuit Courl ....... before Ihe 12tn
da) of May. 1964. If you fall i" do so
judgmenl b) default will '" taken
against you i--i the rellel demanded
in the Amended Complaint.
This notice shall l- published on;
each e,-k for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FUMHDI lN
DONE AND ORDERED ll M '
Klorkla, this 2nd da> of April, A D
I.I'AI'HII'.MAN. ll i -..
..in I lade Count). Fli rl la
B) I. SNEEDEN,
i., put) i 'lerk
NELAN KW EET
I '. I.inc..In Rd
Miami Beai h, Fia.
A< Lorne) for Plaint id .....
I r0-17-24, 1
b. n
Circuit
(seal)
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 62649-A
in RE: Estate of
ROSE I.. SCHNEIDER
I teceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims rn Demands Against Said
Estate:
Yon an hereby notified and re-
quired to present an) claims nnd di
inands which \..n may have against
the estate of ROBE I. Si H N El I H.I;
deceased lati ol l vole County, Flor-
ida, tO Hi. Count) .Indues of li.nl-
County, anil file the same In their
offices in the Count) Courthouse In
Minic County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the date of the
in -i publii al Ion in i oi. oi the -
will be bn'
s SAl'L ZALK \
MARX M FABER
Atti i to *
1612 Congress R Idlng
MlBm'' "0rld* 4,1,1-17-JI. i I


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Israel to Celebrate 16th Anniversary
"eje wish Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday. April 17, 1964
Section C
January 6, 1964. Pope Paul VI was in Is-
. This was the first papal visit to the
y Land since the days of St. Peter. The
, e was greeted on his entry by President
bhazar. and proceeded to the Christian Holy
Pieces in Nazareth, Tagbha. Capernaum.
Mount of Beatitudes. Mount Tabor and Jeru-
salem. In the capital, he took leave of the
President and members of the Government,
expressing most cordial thanks for the hospi-
tality shown him.
Urgent Call for Peace Issued in Hope
Of Raising Level of Mid- East Amity
On the occasion of her lGth
anniversary of independence, Is-
rael again sends out her call for
peace and understanding, de-.
spite the wall of hatred built up
by the neighboring Arab States
and their incessant threats to
ence on July 10, Premier I.evi
Kshkol declared:
'I am confident that if only
we could meet faccto-face. the
Arab leaders would soon lind
that peace is in the best inter-
ests oi us all. an I that differ-
destroy her. At a press confer- ences can be ironed out by nego-
AT BOND TRI3UTE SUNDAY
Blanks to be Honored With
State of Israel Medalltan
!:
Two of Greater -Miami's most
active communal leaders. Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Blank, will be
joint recipients oi the State of
Israel Me ailion of Honor at the
Israel 16th anniversary dinner
sponsored by the Greater Miami
Committee for state of Israel
Bonds Sunday night at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
The Blanks have been pioneer
leaders in aid to the State Of
Israel.
in 1938, the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation was founded
at a meeting at the liome of the
Blanks. Since then. Mr. Blank
lias served in every major posi-
tion in Federation, including
president and chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal. Mrs.
Blank has been equally active in
the Women's Division through
the years.
When the I-rael Bond cam
paign as launched in 1951, the
Blanks were again in the fore-
front, and Blank served as CO-
chairman with Sam Fricdland.
Carl VVeinkle and Max Orovitz in
1052
The Blank name is known
throughout Israel because oi his
close identification as one of the
principals ol the Miami Israel
group, which was founded in
IR50 and long has been one ol
the largest sources of private
investment in the Jewish State.
Associated with Fricdland.
Orovjta and Dan Ruskin in the
Miami Israel group, Blank has
played a key role in the devel-
opment of tourism ond other Is-
rael industry through the build
Ing.and modernisation of the Dan
Hotel in Tel Aviv, the Dan Car-
niel in Haifa, the Accadia in
Continued on Page 5-C
tiation and discussion. We, on
our part, are always ready,
without malting any prior condi-
tions, to discuss either an over-
all peace .settlement or a solu-
tion Of any specific problem
that has arisen between us and
the Arabs."
The same note was struck in
; challenging appeal delivered
by the Foreign Minister at the
United Nations Assembly in Oc-
tober, when Mrs. Meir submitted
a six-point plan to allay ten-
sions in the Middle East. The
Israel Government's proposals
were:
To respect the political inde-
pendence and territorial in-
tegrity ol all the States in the
region;
Not to interfere in the terri-
torial affairs of any other
State;
To renounce the threat or use
of force:
To abandon policies and prac-
tices of belligerency, includ-
ing boycott and blockade:
To settle all disputes by peace
ful means;
To enter into negotiations
with the object of achieving
complete disarmament with
mutual inspection, covering
all types of weapons.
Israel warmly welcomed the
agreement to ban atomic tests,
and was among the countries to
initial it when it was firts open-
ed to signature on August 8.
1963 in Moscow. Washington and
Continued on Page 2-C
Ji/aj* 5 -- Proclaim Liberty Throughout the Land
MUTILATED f
Past Year Demonstrated
Expanding Links With Many
Nations Around the World
Israel's Independence Day is celebrated every year on the I
niversary, according to the Hebrew calendar, of the promulgate
of the Proclamation of Independence, which was adopted by th
Provisional Council ol State on 5 Iyar 5708 May 14, 1948. Th
year it will be celebrated on Thursday, Apr. 16. and Friday Apr. 17.
Israel's expanding links with
the family ol nations and the
strengthening oi her friendships
with the peoples ol the world
were highlighted on many oc-
casions during the 16th year of
the State's existence. Eminent
statesmen from countries near
and far paid friendly visits,
while Israel's own leading fig-
ures went out to lour continents
on missions of amity and goo I-
will.
As the year drew to a close.
Israel had diplomatic relations
with 84 countries and maintain-
ed legations or embassies in 6G
of them. The first Ambassadors
of Israel were appointed lo Eth-
iopia and Uganda, while the
Government of Cyprus decided
to appoint its first Ambassador
to Israel. A further series of
legations were raised to ambass-
adorial levelIceland, Finland,
Venezuela, Poland and Japan.
Illustrious Visitors
The Foreign Minister, Mrs.
Colda Meir, attended the Kenya
Independence celebrations in
Nairobi in December, and fol-
lowed with a six-day State visit
to Ethiopia in response to the
personal invitation of Emperor
Haile Selassie. Both these oc-
casions afforded an opportunity
to cement the warm relation-
hips between Israel and the
East African countries, in which
Mrs. MclV's previous tour of Jan-
uary and February. 1963 had
played a significant role.
Moshe Dayan. the Minister of
Agriculture, toured a number of
West African countries to review
youth and development projects.
The Minister of Justice. Dr. Dov
Joseph, paid an official visit to
South America, and other cabi-
net ministers went out on mis-
sions to various countries.
The list of overseas visitOO -
welcomed in Israel during tl
past year is a long and dlustrioi
one. It included King Mahendi
and Queen Hatna of Nepal, wh i
were accompanied by the
Prime Minister and leading di.
nitaries; President Joseph Kas
Vubu, ol the Congo (Lcopol*
ville); President Hubert Mag..
oi Dahomey; President Ahmad' I
Ahidjo, of Cameroon; and cal
net ministers from Costa RlCa
Liberia. Sierra Leone and main
other countries. Over the ye;
Israel also extended hospitalu
to a large number of parliamen-
tary delegations arriving < l
study tours and missions of goo i-
will.
International Cooperation
Cooperation with developing
countries is one of the dominent
themes in Israel's international
relations. International cooper-
ation agreements existed in 196'.-
64 with 87 countries: 38 in Africi.
16 in Asia. 23 in Latin America
and ten in the Mediterranean
Basin.
The general tally was Impres-
sive. Premier Levi Eslikol dis-
closed at the opening of the win-
ter session of the Fifth Knesset
that to date well over a thou-
sand experts and advisors had
gone out from Israel to develop-
ing countries, while some 4.5M
trainess and students from over-
seas had attended hundreds of
courses and seminars in Israel
to study the country's achieve-
ments and experience in agricul-
ture, cooperation, youth and edu-
cation.
Women from all over Africa
and Asia studied communii'
services at the International
Continued on Page 6-C
A note of national mourning for the death of Israel's second
President. Izhak Ben-Zvi, ushered in the year. On May 21.
1963. Zalman Schneur Shazar was sworn in as the third
President of the young nation. In June. 1963. the office of
Prime Minister also changed hands, when David Ben-Gurion.
who had led the Government almost unbrokenly since the
Proclamation of Independence 15 years before, resigned qnd
was succeeded on June 26 by Levi Eshkol. former Minister
of Finance.


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Sam and Bea Blank
\AJitli aeep affection ana profound esteem
Miami, the youngest major Jewish community in the
country is, in the service of Israel, amongst the fore-
most. This is due to the calibre of people who came
here to live and their consistent devotion to the wel-
fare of a growing Miami and the needs of a growing
Israel. Among these, Sam and Bea Blank have won
a unigue place in the annals of Israel and in the
hearts of the entire community. Distinguished lead-
ers, humanitarians, philanthropists, founders of the
major institutions of Greater Miami, they have been
a strength and an inspiration through the years in
all the endeavors which our community and our
people hold dear.
On the eve of the Israel Sixteenth Independence
Dinner Sunday next, the occasion when Sam and
Bea Blank will be the proud recipients of the highly
coveted Medallion of Honor, we extend to them, in
deep affection and profound esteem, our heartiest
congratulations on having been selected for this high
honor which their devotion to Israel and humanity
has so richly merited for them. May they continue
to enjoy many happy, fruitful years in the service
of their community, their country, the land of Israel,
the people of Israel and their fellowman.
TRUSTEES OF ISRAEL- State of Israel Bonds
THE MESSRS. AND MISDAMCS
Leonard Abess Elrse A. Adams James M. Albert Sidney D. Ansln William Bornstein Jack A. Cantor Charles Chareowsky Jacob Cosow
Sarah Czech Carl Epstein Paul Faske A. C. Fine Abram Fox Ben Frankenstein Samuel Friedland Sam Fuchs Mac Gache David Goodman
Isadora Hecht Samuel Klpnis Jay I. Kislak Joseph Laorans David J. Light Joseph M. Lipton Tessie Litt Sam L. Luby Benjamin Meyers
A. J. Molasky Emil Morton Nathan Nash Ben Novack Max Orovitz Jack S. Popick Maurice Reviti Phil Revitz
Leonard Rosen Philip Rosenberg Sam H. Rost Raymond Rubin Louis B. Rudnick Dan B. Ruskin Samuel T. Sapiro
Seymour Silverman Philip E. Simon Harry Sirkin Carl Weinkle Max Weitz
Jacob Rifkin
Herman M. Schwartz
COMMITTEE OF HOSTS State of Israel Independence Dinner
THE MESSRS. AND MESDAMES
Joseph Abelow Fay Ablin Mayer Abramowitz William Agranove Joseph Applebaum Joseph L. Arkin Joseph Ash Abram Baker Nat Barth
Herman Basch Meyer A. Baskin Max Bauer Herbert Baum.gard Minnie Bawer Samuel Beckerman Israel Bellinkoff Philip Berkowitz
B. I. Binder Jerry Blank Andrew Blass Ben Blum Lewis E. Bower Shepard Broad Michael Bronstein Jonas J. Brotman Austin Burke
Jack Carner Hyman Chabner Joseph Cohen Norman Cohen Morris Cooper Irving Cypen Sam F. Danels Nathan Darsky Max Deakter
Louis DeCoveny Clara Denner Morris Dobschultz Isaac Donen Sam Dorfman Isadore Drell James Dworkin Leon Ell Ben Essen
Morris Falk Herman Feldman Betty P. Feuer Max Fialkoff Henrietta Fine Joseph H. Fine Ezra Finegold William Fisher Sol Frankel
Stanley Frehling Mayshle Friedberg Benjamin Friedman Meyer Friedman Fannie C. Frommer Harry Galperin Maurice Cans Sydney Gans
AnnGarfinkel Leo Gelvan Harry Genet Morris Gettleman Ben GiH*r Benne Gittleman Harry Glasser Louis Glasser
Jaime Goldemberg Frank Goldman Elizabeth Goodman Esther Goodman Lillian Goodman Paul R. Gordon
Joseph E. Grosber.i Albert H. Grossman Louis R. Grossman Pauline Grundwerg
Trudy Hamerschlag A.J.Harris Harry Harris Max Hecht Sam J. Heiman
George Goldberg
Samuel Graubart
Abraham Grunhut Chuck Hall Sam J. Halperin
Simon A. Herman Henry Hersch Frank Hershey Harry Herskowitz
Louis Hirsch Morris Hirsch George Holtsberg Edward Horowitz Fred Jonas Manuel Joseloff Joseph Joselson Benjamin Kane Howard Kane
Samuel K.nn Bernard K.tz Jack K.rzm.n William Kline Alexander Kogan Max Kolker Harry Koretiky Murry Koretsky Sanford Kramer
Joseph Krefetz Inez Krensky Leon Kronish Samuel Kulok Eugene Labovitz Sam Lachrnan Sidney Lefkowitz Dav.d Lehrf.eld Irv.ng Lehrman
Sam C. Levenson Benjamin Levine David Levinson Isidore Levy J. Gerald Lewis Isidore Liebhober Max A. Lipsch.tz Samuel Lipton
Milton Lubarr Oscar Mamber Nathan Manilow Joseph Mansbach Dave Margulies Ben Markowitz Samuel Marlin LoUls Merwitzer
Baron de Hirsch Meyer Morris Miretxky Morry B. Morris Louis Moscowitz Stanley C. Myers Rose Newman Selma Ontt E. Albert Pallet
Harry Platoff Lou Poller Sam Pollock David Ponve David Provus Aron Prowisor Jacob Rabinowitz Joseph E. Rackovsky Joseph Rambam
Philip Randman Sam Reinhard Hyland Rif*s Benjamin Rimer Leo Robinson Joseph Rose Max Rosen Julius Rosenstein Sam D. Ruby
Abraham Rubin Harry I. Rubin Seymour Rubin Joseph Sacks Solomon Sandier Marcus O. Sarokin Solomon Schiff Sam Schiffman
Victor Schonwetter Sol Schwartz Joshua Se.gal Louis Seitlin Max Shapiro Norman Shapiro Benjamin Sharps Murray A. Shaw Jacob Sher
Fred Sbochet Jacob Shulkin Samuel Sidelman Harry Silver William Silverstein Harry Simonhoff Sam Simonhoff William D. Singer
Milton Sirkin Ben Smerling Louts F. Snetman LeonardTJ. Solomon Fred Somerstein Charles 5ommtr Nathaniel Soroff Nathan Spiegelman
Joseph F. Stein Philip Stein Lewis Sternshein Israel Teitch Philip Thau Harold Thurman Sadie Trosky Isaac Unterman Abraham I. Uslander
Nat Waldman Alfred Waxman Julian We inkle H. Franklin Williams Manuel Yavelow Morris Young Mandle Zaban Maurice Zaretsky
Elizabeth Zentler Samuel Zitner Joseph Zoldan Matthew Zuckerman


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State of Israel Medallion for Blanks
Sen. Wayne Morse presents Maurice Revitz with Plaque of
Honor denoting his service to the State oi Israel at Temple
Menorah Israel Bond Dinner of Tribute. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. spiritual leader of the Miami Beach congreqtion, looks
on. Revitz, chairman of the Trustees of Israel, who recently
was elected to a fifth term as president of Temple Menorah,
has been in the forefront of Israel Bond leadership.
Continued from Page 1-C
Herzlia and the King David in
Jerusalem. The group now has
such diversified projects as oil
drilling and apartment building
under way, with many of them
in cooperation with the Israel
Government.
The Blanks moved to Greater
Miami in 1925, and he has been
active in the food and beverage
business in Dade, Broward and
Palm Beach Counties ever since.
Jerry Blank, a son, and Sandy
Kramer, a son-in law, also are
active in National Brands, Inc.
Numerous Activities
Among the numerous activities
of Sam Blank are his long ser-
vice as a trustee of the Univer-
sity of Miami, a founder and
trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital and
as a director of Goodwill Indus-
tries. The latter earned him a
Presidential citation from Gen.
Dwight Eisenhower.
COMMUNITY GOAL SET AT $2,500,000 IN PURCHASES
Synagogues Gear to Aid Bond Push
Vital heart of Greater Miami's
successful State of Israel Bond
effort is the heart of her vital
Judaismthe proud synagogues
and temples of Da;ie County.
With congregational Dinners
of Tribute and High Holiday
drives in behalf of Israel Bonds
an anxiously-anticipated high-
light of the year's calendar, these
activities have taken on a major
role in achieving the historic
goals of the State of Israel.
As in past years, the activities
will get under way with the an-
nual dinner oi Temple Beth Am
lor State of Israel Bonds first
initiated under the leadership of
Herman Feldman. the first chair-
man. Beth Am etforts are spear-
headed by Rabbi Herbert Bauni
gard and Trustees of Israel Dav-
id Linht and Jay I. Kislak. who
are in the forefront of Israel
: Bond activity on the entire com-
munal level.
Beth El Congregation will hold
its dinner May 31 at the Deau-
ville Hotel honoring Rabbi Solo
mon Sehiff. Honorary chair-
men will be Beth El leaders
Philip Bcrkowitz and Hyman
Chabner. Mrs. Max Rappaport,
co-chairman, and Mrs. Jack
Shapiro, president of Sisterhood,
already are at work organizing
the Committee of Hosts for the
gala social event. Gov. Theodore
McKeldin, of Maryland, will pre-
sent Rabbi Sehiff, past president
of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association, with a special award
rccogni7ing his outstanding lead-
ership for the State of Israel.
Beth Torah has set Sept. 19 as
the date for its Dinner of Trib-
ute honoring Dave Margulies,
one of Beth Torah's founders, at
the pioneer North Miami Beach
congregation. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. spiritual leader of Beth
Torah, is chairman for the func-
tion, and Sen. Wayne Morse will
be guest speaker and present
Margulies with a citation.
Still other congregations are
now in the planning stage for
their dinners of tribute. Fol-
lowing the High Holidays, there
will be the traditional gala events
of Temples Beth Shoiom, Emanu-
El, Menorah, N'er Tamid, Beth
David, Zion. Knescth Israel and
other congregational events
which literally shape a Bond with
Israel between the Temple mem-
bers and the young state to
whom this tie is a lifeline to
a healthy future. Greater
Miami's goal for 1964 is S2.500.-
000.
BEST WISHES
to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
on its
16th ANNIVERSARY
GUSTAV H.
KLOEHS
438 ALCAZAR AVE.
Coral Gables
Phone HI 3-1122

BEST WISHES TO THE
STATE OF ISRAEL
ON ITS
16th ANNIVERSARY
GULFSTREAM PRESS
3800 N.W. 59th Street
NE 5-0611
ANNIVERSARY GREETINGS
to the STATE OF ISRAEL
DIPPER DAN
ICE CREAM SHOPPE
NOW OPEN
Fancy Molds-Pies-Cakes
Parfaits-For Special Occasions
1068 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
1558 South Dixie Hwy.
PORTOFINO
SENDS GREETINGS TO
ALL HIS FRIENDS
on the Observance of the
16th ANNIVERSARY
OF THE
STATE OF ISRAEL
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WE SALUTE THE STATE OF ISRAEl ON ITS 16th ANNIVERSARY
MR. AND MRS. EUGENE J. WEISS
AND FAMILY
No. 3 Island Avenue, Belle Isle
In the days when the central
community welfare planning and
fund-raising agency now known
as the United Fund was the
Community Chest, Sam Blank
was an officer.
He has been both the regional
and national recipient of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews Award for his inter-
faith leadership.
One of the highlights of Blank's
career was his recognition by the
beer industry as the Solid Gold
Wholesaler of the Year in tribute
to his having been the most char-
itable wholesaler and having
done the most for the industry.
During World War II. Blank
was chairman of the local Army-
Navy Committee of the L'SO, and
he and Mrs. Blank made sure
that the thousands of visiting
servicemen found a home away
from home at the "Y" located at
One Lincoln Road.
Blank Foundation
The Blanks have visited Israel
11 times since the establishment
of the State, with their first trip
in 1949. and their most recent
a flight to Haifa last year for
the opening of the Dan Carmel
and the celebration of Israel's
15th anniversary.
Mrs. Blank's activities for
every group that aids Israelare
16th Anniversary Greetings
to the State of Israel from
Automatic
Gas
13090 N.W. 7th AVE.
MU 1-4638
BEST WISHES TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS 16ih ANNIVERSARY
W. CARROLL WILSON
1674 MERIDIAN AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES TO THE STATE OF ISRAEl ON IIS I6fh ANNIVERSARY
ROBERT MADDAFORD
TEACHER OF SINGING
legion and virtually legendary
Greater Miami.
The Samuel Blank and Fai
ily Foundation is a major instr
ment for philanthropic efforts .
behalf ot Israel, Jewish and no
sectarian causes. Mt. Sinai ai
several other hospitals sponst
ed by the other major faith
the University of Miami, Bra
dcis University and other educ
tional institutions have bet
beneficiaries of the Blank Fou
elation. An annual cultural f<
um, under Federation auspui
is another Foundation project
Blank still has time to be
director of the City Nation
Bank of Miami, president of N
tional Brands and a member
the boards and executive coi
mittees of a half dozen phila
thropic groups.
In looking forward to Sund;
nisht's dinner, where the coi
munity will pay tribute to 1
rael on reaching her 16th ye
of statehood. Sam Blank rcmi
isccntly says, "We find th
Miami has special identificatu
with Israel, and that Isreal
most conscious of the role of oi
community in its upbuildin
Seeing the tremendous grow
on every visit is the greatest r
ward we can receive for our r1
lorts."
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LEGISLATOR TO SPEAK SUNDAY
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Gruening s Career:
From MD to Senator
Th career oi Sen. Ernes)
c;rui ... ol Ala ka, made him
al selection to be the prin-
cipal Fpeaker at Sunday night's
dinm honoi ing Mr. and Mrs,
Sam Blank.
G ning originally intended
ne a physician 80 thai he
lullow iii th" footteps ol
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Alaska Pioneer
his father who had achieved emi-
nence in New York as an
Ophthalmologist. He was ? ad-
uated from Harvard College in
the Class of 1907 and from Har-
vard Medical School in the class
ol 1812. From there, he moved
on to l career as newspaper and
magazine editor, author, govern-
ment official, governor of Alaska
and "general practitioner" in
public service.
Th- dedication of his energies
over "wo decades to the cause
of Alaska statehood was climax-
ed by the admission of the 49th
state and his election to the
United States Senate, where he
took office January 7, 1959.
Turns to Journalism
DL.-.ng his last year at medi-
cal school, Gruening gave up
medu.ne for journalism, when
he became a reporter for the
Bostor. American, and later be-
came an editorial writer for the
Boston Herald In time. Gruen-
ing .nne managing editor of
the Boston Traveler, Boston
Jour-. 1 and the New York Trib-
une.
Am ng instructions he gave to
his Btaffs on the various news-
paper was the following:
"In editing stories which In-
volve Negroes, please a>k your-
how the storj would read
if the word, Jew/ 'Irishman,'
or -.sue le' were substituted tor
the word 'Negro.' Refer to the
color 11 the individual only when
rt i- of particular and special in
r< -i and when the ston would
be manifestly incomplete and in-
accurate if the color of the nel-
son involved were concealed ."
On two occasions. Sen. Gruen-
ing served as managing editor of
the Nation magazine and pushed
a "Good Neighbor Policy" for
South America. This policy was
realized when Gruening was
named as advisor to the United
States Delegation to the Seventh
Inter-American Conference at
Montevideo.
His good work at the confer-
ence later saw him appointed
first director of the Division of
Territories and Island Posses-
sions, a new agency in the De-
partment of the Interior created
by the executive order of Presi-
dent Franklin D. Roosevelt.
His next assignment was ad-
ministrator of the Puerto Rico
Reconstruction Administration,
which was designed to establish
a going economy in Puerto Rico.
This laid the foundation for the
economic resuscitation of the is-
land dependency.
Alaska on March
Gruenings first connection
with Alaska was as a member
of the Alaska International High-
way Commission designed to
study the feasibility of and to
promote a highway between the
United States and Alaska. This
highway was built in 1942.
His friend. President Roose-
velt named him governor of
Alaska in 1939. When Gruening
retired from the post in 1953.
Alaska was on the march with
a new high in prosperity and a
surplus in the territorial treas-
ury.
In 1956. Gruening was one of
two elected provisionally to the
United States Senate, a plan
where senators are elected from
a territory prior to statehood
and to assume their position
upon the enactment of state
hood.
After statehood was achieved
in 1958. Gruelling was reelected
that year, serving a four-year
term. It was in 1962 that his
people returned him to the Sen-
ate for a full six years.
TO THE
STATE OF ISRAEL
AND ITS SUPPORTERS
WE EXTEND OUR WARMEST REGARDS
AND HIGHEST PRAISE
FOR THE MANY ACCOMPLISHMENTS
IN THE 16 YEARS
SINCE THE REBIRTH OF THE NATION
PAUL H. MARKS, President
FIAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI
Downtown:
101 N.E. 1st Avenue
Branch:
Biscayne Shopping Plaza
^mong hostesses for the Israel Indepandence Benjamin Meyers, and Abram Fox and Is-
Dinner on Sunday night in Miami Beach will rael Bond Women's Division director Mrs
be these pacesetters of the Greater Miami com- Anne Grossman. The women are planning
!?/" _, ,0, nght are Trus,ees of l3rae1' special table arrangements and the presenta-
the Mesdames Joseph M. Lipton, Max Weitz, lion of Scrolls of Honor to Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Jacob Rifkin, Samuel T. Sapiro. Sam Luby, Blank, dinner honorees.
Women's Division Spun Israel Bonds Here
Greater Miami's Israel Bond
Women's Division, under the in-
spired leadership of Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, today regarded
as the outstanding women's unit
in the nation in behalf of State
of Israel Bonds as it set new
records in sales for 1963.
This community was the first
to establish the Eleanor Roose-
velt Humanitarian Award, with
Mrs. Carl Weinkle the initial re
cipient at one of the largest
luncheon's in behalf of Israel
ever held in the country.
The Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah received a special
award at a national conference
of Hadassah in Pittsburgh from
Dr. Miriam Freund. past Hadas-
sah president and world Zionist
leader, for buying and selling
more Israel Bonds than any oili-
er chapter in the United States.
Under the guidance of Mrs.
Nathan Barth, president, and
Miss Lillian Goodman, the Beach
chapter is now planning a spec-
ial luncheon to be held June 1
at the Doral Beach Hotel for
State of Israel Bonds.
Events such as the annual
fashion show and the glittering
Ambassador's Ball arc expres-
sive of the deep affinity of the
Women's Division for Israel and
the strength it affords the young
nation.
The Women's Division initiat-
ed and perfected the system of
GREETINGS TO THE
STATE OF ISRAEL
on its
16th ANNIVERSARY
MR. AND MRS.
ABRAHAM USLANDER
Greetings to the State
of Israel on its Anniversary
DEPENDABLE
CAR TRAVEL
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JE 8-2688
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Chester Kay
The
North Miami
General
Hospital
Greets the
STATE OF ISRAEL
on its
16th ANNIVERSARY
couples serving on the Commit-
tees of Hosts for both congrega-
tion and community-wide din-
ners, and sisterhoods put in hun-
dreds of hours of effort in be-
half of their synagogue and tem-
ple Israel Bonds dinners.
With Mrs. Meyers, dean of
women lawyers in the South, and
a member ol the Dade County-
Board oi Public Education,
again at the helm, new records
are certain to be established
once more by Greater Miami's
dedicated, devoted and energetic
Women's Division.
C^ o i np tin tents
TROPICAL PARK
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SAUL SILBERMAN
President
THE RELIGIOUS ZIONISTS OF AMERICA
MIZRACHI HA'POAL MIZRACHI
Join in the Salute to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
on its
16th ANNIVERSARY
REV. J. KRANTZ
President-Elect
SOL RASHIN
National Representative
WE SALUTE THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS 16th ANNIVERSARY
MIAMI BEACH APARTMENT ASSN., INC.
EUGENE J. WEISS, Pres.
Phone JE 1-0876
350 LINCOLN ROAD
BEST WISHES TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS I Alii ANNIVERSARY
LEONARD S. STERN PLUMBING CO., INC.
3672 CORAL WAY MIAMI, FIA.
Tel. 445-1345

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* Jen 1stiftoridiom
Page 9-C
K ing Year in Purchases for Greater Miami at Anniversary Dinnei
As Israel celebrates the sixteenth year of her independence. Greater
Miami can look with pride to the part which it has p!a\ed in this great
drama. In 1963. our community once again achieved the distinction ol
being the outstanding Israel Bond city in the world.
On these pages are scenes of some r:f the highlight! of the Israel
Bond year and some of the distinguished personalities who have helped
make them possible.
(in Sunday. Apr. 19. Greater Miami will rejoice in Israel's historic
milestone and pay tribute to Sam and Bea Blank, who have been an
inspiration to man*- institutions which Jews everywhere hold dear.
rSanlis
^>
Set
r rcccacnr...
E Simon, president and chairman of the
ik ci Miami B^c.ch. receive- S250,-
oi Israel Bonds purchnsed by the
M .. Beach from Israel Minister of Fi-
haa Sapir at the inlet national conier-
held in Miami Beach this year. The record-
ing purchase launched a nationwide effort
auks to purchase Israel Bonds, following the
:e*:on by James J. Saxon, comptroller of the
incy, that Israel Bonds are regarded as sound
it.es tor investment by banks, insurance com-
>s and other national fiduciary inslitutions.
B#
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and Mrs. Jack A. Cantor fleft\ visit with Baron and Baroness Edmond
lothschild durinq the gala reception preceding the notional inaugural
eience dinner in Miami Eeach. Cantor is state chairman for Israel
is and honorary co-chcirmcn with Samuel Friedland for the 16th Is-
Independence Dinner. Baron de Rothschild, who was a guest of honor
e conclave here, is European chairman for Israel Bonds and plays a
inant io!e in furthering the economic development of the State of Is-
a proud tradition in his illustrious family.
Mrs. Elise Adams (right), humanitarian and philanthropist,
meets with Elliot Roosevelt, son of the late President and
Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and Mrs. Roosevelt in their
Miami Beach home at a reception which sparked the Great-
er Miami Israel Bond campaign. Mrs. Adams has set a new
national level for women's Israel Bond purchases.
February's international inaugural conference for Israel Bonds, at which
Greater Miami played host to the nation, featured a Dinner of Stute which
attracted more than 2,000 top Jewish leaders. Here (left to right) are Trustee
of Israel Max Orovitz; Baron Edmond de Rothschild, of France, who was a
special guest of honor at the conference; Sen. Abraham Ribicoff, of Connec-
ticut, a featured speaker; and Samuel Friedland, honorary chairman of the
Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds.
Surprise guests at the initial reception for the Commitee of Hosts for
the Israel Independence Dinner were Metropolitan Opera star Jan
Peerce and his daughter Susan, friends of Chairmen Carl and Esther
Weinkle. Seen here are Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rosenburg (center.,
Trustees of Israel and pacesetters in the Greater Miami Israel Bond
effort, greeting the celebrated guests of the reception.
High-level discussions of United States-Israel friendship at the Ambassa-
dor's Ball brought together (left to right) Trustee of Israel Sidney Ansin;
Rep. Claude Pepper, who played a major role in the Senate throughout Is-
rael's fight for independence; Ambassador Avraham Harman, Israel's dis-
tinguished envoy to this country; Maurice Revitz, chairman of Trustees of
Israel; Mrs. Revitz; and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman of the
Women's Division of the Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel
Bonds. Ansin was guest of honor at the Temple Beth Sholom Dinner of
Tribute, and Revitz was feted at the annual function of Temple Menorah,
as both Miami Beach congregations continued their record support for
Israel.
^zMt the a^rtnoassaaor s LTjtifi
Outstanding social event of Greater Miami's Jewish com-
munity each year is the traditional Ambassador's Ball in
late December. Israel's chief envoy to the United States,
Ambassador Avraham Harman. greeted this impressive
group of young debutantes formally presented to him by
their proud parents at the glittering ball attended by more
than 1,000 persons who joined to climax the greatest Israel
Bond year in Miami's history.


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Friday. April 17, 1964
-eaders of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah were con-
gratulated by top national officers of the Israel Bond Organi-
: ation for their bond program during the past year. This year,
. 'i Sweet Sixteen luncheon will be hosted by the Beach Chap-
er under the guidance of president, Mrs. Nat Barth (second
ram right), and past president. Miss Lillian Goodman. Left
s Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, national vice president, and on right
s Abraham Feinbera, president of the national Israel Bond
Organization. Mrs. Fred Jonas (not shown), will be co-chair-
nan with Miss Goodman for the June 1 Hadassah Bond with
srael luncheon.
Anniversary Year Saw
Premiers Post Change
David Ben-Gurion. who serv-
ed as Israel- Prime Minister
and Minister of Defense since
he establishment ol the Mate.
\ith one brief interval, resigned
>n June 16. 1963. at the age of
"6.
The new Prime Minister. Levi
5shkol (Shkolnik was born in
iratowa in the Kiev district of
he Ukraine on October 25. 1895.
Te attended high School in Vil-
la, where he first became active
Zioni>t work, and went to
'alestine in 1914. He worked on
he land for a number of years,
ind became a leading spirit in
he Agricultural Workers' Or-
-janization. At the age of 23. he
oined the Jewish Legion for two
tars, and on his discharge en-
tered the collective settlement
f Degania B as a lounding mem-
>er.
Throughout the Mandatory per-
od. he spent his time in settle-
nent work, pioneering defense
ind trade union activities, earn
ng a reputation for his unusual
-iiceess in personal contacts
vlnle Secretary of the Tel Aviv
Labor Council. Alter the
whievement of independence.
A TRIBUTE
TO THE
STATE OF ISRAEL
ON ITS
16th ANNIVERSARY
Rev. I. C. Mickins
Pastor of
MT. OLIVETTE
BAPTIST CHURCH
he filled a number of key execu-
tive functions director-general
of the Ministry of Defense, head
of the Jewish Agency. Minister
of Agriculture and Minister of
Development.
He became Minister of Finance
in June. 1952. a post which he
held continuously until his ap-
pointment as Prime Minister.
His energies were devoted to fi-
nancial consolidation and econ-
omic development: the expan-
sion of agriculture, industry
shipping and natural resources.
Throughout these years, he has
been the leading figure in build-
ing Israel's dynamic economy
and adapting economic policies
the changing circumstances In
1962. he introduced the new
economic policy based on the
establishment of a uniform real-
istic exchange rate and greater
efficiency in the econoim.
The New Government
Negotiations for the formation
of a new Cabinet were swiftly
concluded, and the new Govern-
ment was presented to the Knes-
SCl on June 24. It enjoyed the
support of all parties represent-
ed in the previous Coalition:
Mapai (42 members), the Na-
tional Religious Party (12). Ach-
dut Ha'avoda-Poale Zion (8),
Poale Agudat Israel (2), and two
Arab parties Cooperation and
Fraternity (2) and Progress and
Development (2). This means
66 Knesset members out of 120.
In Opposition were Herut (17),
Liberals (17\ Mapam United
Workers' Party (9). Communists
(5), and Agudat Israel (Si.
Premier Eshkol defined the
new administration U a "Gov-
ernment of continuity.'' with the
same program ;:s the preceding
one.
Military Government
The Km'- .-I devi h >l a great
deal ol attention over the year
in the formulation, discussion
a id ratification <>i bills aime -it
ting Israel's legal system to
new realities and ov< rha
lation dating back lo Otto
and Mandatory times.
On October 21, 1983 Prime
Minister Eshkol announced dras-
BANKS SUY BONDS
A historic first for Israel
was initiated the past year
with the redemption ol the
first Israel Savings Bonds.
Holders ol matured Bond- re-
ceived payment on the basis
of 150 cents on the dollar
amounting to S26.459.125 in
1963. And redemption con-
tinued in 1963 as other bonds
fell due.
Israel Third Development
Bonds pay 4 percent annual-
ly and are available in
Coupon Bonds from S500 to
$100,000 and in Twelve-Year
Savings Bonds from $100 to
$10,000. which will mature at
160 percent of the issue
amount.
It pays to buy Israel Bonds.
They are a good investment
in a land of promise that
has turned promise into per-
formance. Israel Bonds pro-
mote economic progress un-
der freedom, thereby en-
abling the people of Israel to
build a democracy willing
and able to share in the pro-
gress of the free world.
tic relaxations in the restric-
tions on movement into and out
of border areas, which are main-
ly inhabitated by Arabs and
Druses. The new concessions
would make it possible for every
inhabitant in the heart of Gali-
lee and the "Triangle" (in cen-
tral Israel) to leave and return
to his area freely, without a per-
mit.
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STATE OF ISRAEL
on its 16th Anniversary
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tual leader, looks on with pride. Shaw, president of Temple
Ner Tamid and a recent visitor to Israel, has led the Miami
Beach synagogue to record-setting sales.
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Friday, April 17, 1964
*Jen-i*ti ftork0anr.
Page 11-C
Candidates Running for State and Local Office
Following is a partial lii ol candidates running tor office in the
May elections. (For further listings, sec other sections.)
Venerable Trustee of Israel
Ben Frankenstein lights spec-
ial menorah symbolizing Is-
rael's anniversary of inde-
pendence in preparation for
Sunday night's gala dinner
at which Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Blank will receive the highly-
coveted State of Israel Medal-
lion of Honor.
Pharmaceutical Fraternity
Miami Alumni Chapter, Alpha
.''. Omega, national pharmaceu-
tical fraternity, held its nth
annual induction dinner dance
on Sunday, t> p.m., at the Algiers
Hotel.
Robert King High
Miami Mayor Robert King High.
Democrtic gubernatorial candi-
date, said this week "I will defi-
nitely seek to repeal the increase'
in the auto license tags passed by
the last session of the legisla-
ture.
"During my four terms of of-
fice as Mayor of Miami," High
continued. "I have kept my cam-
paign pledges to reduce taxes,
and I believe this can be done in
the State of Florida."
The 39-year-Old candidate also
asserted his belief that "it is im-
portant that the voting public-
know the personal financial con
dition of each candidate."
Offering bis own statement of
net worth. High challenged "all
other gubernatorial candidates to
display the same faith with the
voting public."
Sen. Scott Kelly
Native Floridian Sen. Scott
Kelly is seeking the governorship
because "the people of Florida
are searching tor executive. i".. ii-hip which will bring to state
government the proven practices
and principles oi a successful bus-
inessman."
nw
J he rConexf j^laza
Extends to the Citizens
of the
STATE OF ISRAEL
and to
Jewish People Everywhere
CONGRATULATIONS
on its
16th ANNIVERSARY
Best Wishes to the
STATE OF ISRAEL 0
on its
16th ANNIVERSARY
Carl Weinkle Leo A. Chaikin
WEINKLES LIQUOR
STORES INC.
20 STORES IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
BIRTHDAY GREETINGS
to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
on its
16th ANNIVERSARY
0
Prof, and Mrs. Berthold
A general contractor, realtor;
and owner of a general insurance|
agency, Kelly says he will "call
on the 1965 Legislature to repeal
the increase in auto license tag1
Ucs which is the inevitable re-1
suit of the present spend and
tax trend."
Former Mayor ol Lakeland,
now serving his second term in
the Florida Senate. Kelly says he
is "oppo.-ed to repeal of Home-
Stead Exemption." and does not
believe that "a constitutional '
amendment repealing Homestead
Exemption would pass a statewide |
referendum."
Brailey Odham
Brailey Odham, candidate for
the U.S. Senate, calls attention to
his "liberal. Kennedy Johnson phi-
losophy of governmenl as opposed
to the ultra-conservative philoso
phy."
The 44-year-old Orlando busi-
nessman who ran lor Governor in ,
195] and 1953 asserts that "in ,
the vit.il matter of civil rights, 1
am for it. It is one ol the prin-
. pit- that Presi cut Kennedy
died fighting for, and it is one
of the things which President
Johnson is now engaged in bring-
ing Into law."
A former legislator and chair-
man of the Florida Milk Commis-
sion, odham advocates "hospital
insurance for our elderly citizens
to be part of our Social Security
program, as it is the responsibil-
ity of our nation and its people
to provide medical assistance for
all citizens over 65 years of age."
Wcody Hampton
Woody Hampton, wno served
North Miami as city manager tor
four years, and as assistant city
manager of Miami, is seeking the
office as Congressman from the
3rd District.
Holder of a law degree, as well
as a degree in Government. Hamp-
ton is a former officer of the Tri-
City Governmental League and ot
the Dade League of Municipalities.
In qualifying. Hampton said:
"We need a man from District 5
(North Dade1 who will be a true
representative ol ail the people in
this area.'
Spessard L. Holland
Florida Senior Sen. Spessard L.
Holland, seeking reelection to his
post, said, in outlining his position
on civil rights, "1 am for a Civil
Rights Bill, but I am not for any
bill which would take away the
rights of Americans guaranteed
by the Constitution of the United
Stales."
Referring to those portions of
the bill dealing with free enter-
Mrs. Sarah Czech (leit), who
has been a Trustee of Israel
annually since the Israel
Bond program began in 1951,
and Mrs. Emil Morton (right),
are serving on the Committee
of Hosts for the Israel Inde-
pendence Dinner which will
honor Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Blank at the Fontainebleau
Hotel on Sunday night.
prise. Sen. Holland continued. ".
man who has worked ai.d slavi
to build a business should be t< I
by anyone that he no longer h
, a choice of employees,
"A Civil Rights Bill i- hai
needed, but I think we should gi
the issues involved a little mo
[consideration before establishing
in effect, a police slate in tin
: United States."
On the subject of medical a -;
j for senior citizens. Sen Hollar
says "I do not see anything wro .
\ Continued on Page 12-C
Jjirthdaxf ^jrcch'mj~
to the
*^5tate of Israel
on its
/6f7* Jjirt/iJ^xj
MAY ISRAEL PROSPER AND
DEVELOP CONTINUE TO
GROW IN THE SAME STRIDE
AS IN THE PAST .
WITH GOD'S HELP.
Jennie
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LOTS OF MAZEL
to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
on its
16th ANNIVERSARY
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Page 12-C
*Jmistfhridian
Friday. April 17. 1964
Candidates Running
Continued from P9 H-C
with aiding senior citizens in their
fight lor medie.il aid. but I do
think there is a better plan than
medicare, which only provides for
not fair and an equitable plan
must be put into effect if the peo-
ple of Florida are to be honestly
represented.
"My first act upon taking the
o;ith of office as governor will be
those covered by Social Security.- to ca)) (nc i0j,i>laIjV0 back into
special session to get this job done
Fred O. Dickinson, Jr.
Gubernatorial candidate. Sen.
Fred Bud Dickinson, speaking re-
cently in Tampa, warned that
and get it done right."
Haydon Bcrns
In his bid for election
Florida must be cognizant of the Govern0rship of Florida.
coming 'Age of Brainpower' and
improve the educational system
now. so that our nation will con-
tinue to be the greatest power in
the world."
The 42-year-old lather of five
points to his record as a State
senator, as a representative and
as chairman of the Council of 100
to the
Mayor
Haydon Burns, of Jacksonville,
pledges that "I am going to see to
is that all our youth have an op-
portunity for quality education at
all levels."
While in Miami to attend a Jew-
ish National Fund Concert late
last month. Burns "pledged sup-
port of Interstate 95's completion,
"which amply demonstrates that siving ,op priority to the eomple-
] have always shown a deep per- ti()n of ,ne ni!,nav from the
tonal interest in education at all Oeorgja ijnt. to the very heart of
levels." downtown Miami."
Sen. Dickinson, a West Palm jiavor of Jacksonville for 15
Beach attorney, includes a far- year$ Burns believes that "my
reaching plan for Florida's Senior jami]iarity with urban problems
Citizens. He would "raise the wi neIp nK. giv0 attention to the
average old age subsistence grant; ^ prL,|ems of heavilv populate:!
is strongly in favor of the newly flieas
established State Commission on ..'K f| u 11 a b 1 reapportionment
Aging, and wishes to see the Kerr- puM approach representation as;
Mills Bill on Medical Care fully cloge t0 mathematical equality as.
implemented."
possible. I will take a strong
Milton Sirkin, local civic lead- stand for congressional redistrict
er, is serving as Dickinson's chair
man for the 5th District of Dade
County. A resident for over 25
years. Sirkin has been a leader
in the development of Miami
Beach.
Fred Karl
Candidate tor Florida State Gov- j
ernor, Fred Karl, baa pledged "to ,
HH-ak out on the issues so that
there will be no question as to j
where 1 stand."
Voted among the "outstanding ;
legislators" in every State legisla-
tive session since he began serv-
ing in 1959. Karl has been a lead- \
er to imprnxe education in Flori-
da and calls attention to the fact
that "almost every important
school bill in the last few sessions
carries my name."
In addition. Karl says. "I am a
Ktrong advocate for a fairer ap-
portionment. The present plan is
I ing provided the inequities have
: not been eliminated prior to the
1 next administration."
John E. Mathews, Jr.
Named "M o s t Outstanding
Member of the Senate" in the 1963 I
I session of the Legislature. Sen.
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John E. Mathews, Jr., candidate
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tide leadership for a program
which will benefit all of Florida,
not merely some sections of the
state."
The 44-year-old senator was
elected to the House of Represen-
tatives in 1956. in 1958 and again
in 1960. In 1962. he was elected
state senator from Duval County.
Calling for "a complete reor-
ganization of the Florida Devel-
opment Commission." Mathews
plans "to recommend that it be
separated from the totally unre-
lated power over bond issues since
it has become entirely too cum-
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Claude Pepper
Congressman Claude Pepper.
running for reelection to his 3rd
Congressional District seat, says
of Miami Beach, "I think our
greatest days still lie ahead of
US."
A staunch supporter of Inter-
ama, Pepper believes "Interama
should take priority over all other
projects because it will attract
millions of tourists every year."
Proclaiming that "I'm still a lib-
eral, Pepper points out that he
advocated medicare back in the
Forties."
In the field of civil rights, the
Congressman says "I supported
the Civil Rights Bill in the House,
and I particularly like the pro-
vision of machinery for friendly
working out at the local level."

Robert Haverfield
Former Metro Commissioner
Robert Haverfield. Democrat,
running for State Senator, has de-
clared that one of his principle
aims, if elected, will be "to sup-
port legislation bringing more
clean' industry to Dade through
the industrial-park authority.'
Other planks in the attorney's
platform include "realistic assist
ance for senior citizens, repeal of
unfair inventory tax. rcapportion
ment of State LegiNlature. no sale,
tax on groceries and medicines
and all-out support ol Intcrara/i '
Beth David USY
The Senior and Junior "jgy
groups of Beth David Congrega-
tion held a joint pre-convention
dance in Spector Hall Last week.
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Phone 635-4195
^60 N.W: 27th Street Miami, Fla.
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
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Friday. April 17. 1964
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TO SERVE YOU
IS OUR PLEASURE
Ed. J. Yischi
Mica I Estate in
.11/ it ft tlruiu ins
12486 N.E. 7th AVENUE
Phone PL 4-4661
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
To mi. TO WlluM THESE PRE-
SENTS SIIAI.I. I'UMK, (,i:r.r.TI.\'..-s.
Whereas, MICHAEL. I*. .Mil.I.Kit.
.mia.mi SPRINGS, FLORIDA; DAVID
la. MILLER, MIAMI SPRINOS,
1 r l.< iKII'A ; KAMl'EL COOK, MIAMI
SPRINGS, FLORIDA il.....II the lTUi
day of October, Ah. l59 cause t" i"-
Incorporated under the law* "f the
suite "i Florida SCOTT LAKE
SHOPPING CENTER, INC.. a cor- I
oration, iih Its principal place of
I business ;u MIAMI SPRINGS, DADE
i COCNTY, In iIn- b'tute of Florida.
I and whereas such corporation did 'ti
' tin- Till da) of April, A.D. 1964, cause
j l<- In- filed in the office of the Bei-re-
; tar) of State 01 the Stale of Florida,
the documentary authority required
under Section 60X.27, Florida Statutes,
showing the dlssolutl.....>l such cor-
i porntlon,
Now, therefore, th<- Secretary of
State dim hereb) certify to the fore-
| going aud thai in- Im satisfied thai
the requirements of the law have
i-i -n c.....plied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and have af-
fixed the Urea) Seal of the Slate of
Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the SEVENTH day ol AI'ltIL,
A.|i. !-.'i. I
, (SEAL)
To.M ADAMS
Secretar) of State
I 17
LEGAL NOTICE
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
I" AI.I. T" \VIUM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHAM. COME. GREETINGS:
Uh.i.ii-. MITCHEL P. MILLER,
MIA.MI SPRINGS, FLORIDA: AL-
I-REII It. KANE, MIAMI SPRINOS,
FUIRIDA: SAMI i:i. COOK, MIA.MI
SPRINGS, I l.iii:n>.\ ili.l mi the H'th
da) of May, A.I'. 1961 cause to be
im iir|mi-.iieit under the laws ol the
Sta.....r Florida JET MART, INC..
a corporation, with iis principal
nlace ni business in MIAMI SPRINGS,
DADE COCNTY, In the State ol
Florida, ami whereas tiuch corpora-
tion did mi (la- Till day of April. A.D.
1!m;i. cauae to be riled In the office
of the Secretary of state of the State
if Florida, the documentary author-
Its required under svetion 60R.27,
Florida statutes, showing the disso-
lution of siu-li corporation.
Now, therefore, the Secretary "t
Slat.- il..es hereby certify to the fore-
UTollIK ami that In- is Nullified that
Hi.- reqiilremi nts of the law have
Ih n complleil \v i11i.
IN WITXEriM WHEREOF, I have
hereunto s.-t my hand and have af-
fixed the CJrelll Seal of the State ol
llorida, at Tallahassee, the Capital,
this tin- SEVENTH day of APRIL,
A.M. IMH
ISKAL)
TOM ADAMS
Secretnr.i of State
I 17
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CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
I'.i All. Til WIIU.M THESE PRE-
SENTS sum.I. COME, tiREETIXtiK:
Whereas, SAM SACKS, MIAMI
. I'.M.UII. I l.i i|:il i.\; MITilll-'.l. I'
MM.I.Kit. MIAMI FI.ORIOA; l.i'l'IS
UEItKWIT, MIAMI IIEACH, FLOR-
IDA iii-i ..ii the lath .Im ..I s.i.i.-in-
I : | i nuse to In Incoi -
iteri miller Ihi law of the I
Floi hi.. Ml XMI Ni 'KM WI'V
l'i >KP :i ..;...i.Hi. ii. u ,1 Ii it- |ii lii-
I .-i|..il |. ... ol lni.-iii. -- ill MIAMI
i '!: \. 'Il DADE i' '1'N'I'V. in thi
I ..ml Ii. reas su Ii
ii did i.n tin- Till du> ol
\ I i i:n.|. iiuhi to lie nil I
..... ill. s. i. i.i. of Stute
ol the Stall- of Florida, (he din il
niary authoritj miuiied un lei
Ion ..... :.". Florlila Statuti s,
I rIhiwIiis lh< diexolution of such cor-
; pi .rat
Now. therefore, the Sei retai > ol
1 Mat,- ill.. hei Ii} ci rtlf> !.. tin fi
.14 and thai he in aatlafied Ihul
Lin i ,-.|iui .iii.-iii- nf the Im* havi
i In .ii complied with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. 1 have
I hereunto set im ha ml anil have ar-
I fixed the i lie.it Seal of the State of
I lorlda, ni Tail.ili.i-s..-. the Capitul,
this the SEVENTH daj ol APK1U
A 11 l!'i.-l
tsi:a i.i
TOM ADAMS
Se. i etarj of State
I 17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKX that
the utiil. r.-liiii.-.l, dealrlng to engage in
in.-in.-- under the fietitious name of
AI.I MINIMI DOOR KINO t -Pmi I:.
lth Court, lli.il.ali. Intend! to reg-
later said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of bade County, Florida.
AI.IMIN'IJI DOORS, INC
LEONARD .1 KALIKII
Attorne) for Appllcanl
ill::' duPont BulidlnK
1/10-17-24, 5 l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (JIVEN thai
tin undersigned, dealrlng t" engage
in luisiness uinler tin- fictitious name
..I lsAI.MAI! APARTMENTS at 680.*i-
n7 Abbot) Av.-nue. Miami Beach, in-
t< mis to register xalil name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'aiU-
t lounty, Florida.
MARTHA BALLAN
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
1 Attorney foi Appllennt
.1111 Ainaley III'Im:
I 17--.'. '. I-*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 01VEN that
he underaigned, deHlrlng t<> engagi
n liii-in..-- uniler the fictitious name
if HiOl.tHilCAL ASSOCIATES at
i'.O Box ..-::: Miami. Fla., intend
... reglstei said name with thi Clerk
.1 the I'iieiin Court >.i Daile County,
Florlila
STANLEY JOHN ZACHAK1AS mul
II.A M VI-: ZACHARI VS.
i:.|ii.-.l I'a it in -
i:\ PAI'l. KW ITNBV
ol Sll.v KRSTKIN. KWITNEY
-I Ih.Uiliss
ni fni Applicants
:: l.i......ii ItiHid Mall
117-1 -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 39t>3
II'V K HASSELE
I'luintiff
KRXKSTIN V HASSELE,
11. I. li.lanl
SUIT. FOR DIVORCE
TO KRNESTINA HASSELK
t7_'". Junction lloulevaiil
Corona, L. I.. Ne York
You, l-aliest ina Ha.-s. U-. ar, llile-
hj notified th.a a Bill ..f Complaint
for Divorce has been filed agatual
j.ou, uud you are required to servi
,, cop) <.r "your Answer or Pleading
to tin- BlU.of Complaint on the Plain-
tiff .ni.itie>. sam bloom, -" si:
l-iist Avenue, Miami. Florlila, ami
file the original Answer < in tin- office of the Clerk of the Clr-
, ,ii Court on or before th,- iRtn
das "i May, 1964. if you fall t" ii"
So. i fluent ),y Hefault will he tak-
en against you for the relief demanded
iii th.- iiiil of Complaint.
Thi- notice shall be published once
each w.-.-k for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.< iRIDIAN.
DONR AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florlila, this 9th "lay of April A.D.
1864.
i: B LEATHRRMAX. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(Clroull Court Seal)
By: C. P. COPELAND
I'.-putv Ch-rk
SAM BLOOM
-i' S.I-:. First Avenue
Miami, Florida
Attornes for Plaintiff
4 17-24. 5 1-6
WINDOW SPECIALISTS
"SERVICE WERE PROUD OF!
Maintenance Inc.
REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE OF ALL TYPES
WINDOWS AND JALOUSIES
Complete Stock of Replacement Parts
7400 N.E. 2nd AVENUE Miami 37, Fla.
FRanklin 3-5491
l^v/"\/^v^v'\/rf*v<*v'*^*'^'"A*'",^*/*^e',,^**
THE McCUNE COMPANY
CONSULTANTS APPR/USERS
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
I'n AI.I, T< Wllii.M THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME, IIREBTIXtSh
Whereas, RALPH MCOL'IRE, MI-
AMI. I- l.i'KIDA: ROBERT MCUL'IRE,
MIA.MI, FLORIDA; LUCIUS MC-
(il'IRE, MIAMI. FLORIDA, did on
the Hull day of December, A.T>. 19S6,
cause to be lncor|iorated uniler the
laws "l the state nt Florida MC-
yl'IRE PLl'MBIXO, IXCORPORAT-
i'11 a eotiMiratlon, itii it.- principal
place ..i business at MIAMI. DADE
COUXTY, in the Slat.- of FiorlilB, und
1 Whereas such corporation did on the
I Bill .1 1} ol AIM II, A 11 1964, .ins.- to
I be filed In the office of the Secre-
tary of Slat,- of the State of Florida,
tin- documentary uuthorlt> required
under Section 60S.27, Florida statutes.
showing ili. ilissulutii.il of such cor-
poratlon.
\..u. therefore, the Beorelary ol
State dues hereb) certlf} t" the fore-
going and thai he In satlsfleil thai
th. requirements of the law have
la,-n complleil with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I havi
In r.-iinti. s.-t my hand and have af-
fixed the Ureai Seal of I he State ol
1 lorlda, at Tallahassee, tin- Capital,
this the sixth da) of Api II v 11
MIAMI
Established 1914
FRanklin 3-7796
1964
(SEAL)
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of Stati
I 1"
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 3B60
PALM A lil'ZAS.
Plaintiff,
vs.
, GEORGE iU'ZASj_
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
|i i: GEl IRGE HI /-AS
Residence Unknown
You, GEORGE BUZ vs. nn h< n hj
notified that a BUI of i 'omplalnl foi
Divorce hi.- been filed against you,
ami you an- i-eq'lired to servi 0 copj
of your Answer or Pleading t.. the
BUI of 'mil1 .im ..ii the Plaintiff's
at......v. M VI..mi..VI II FRIEDMAN.
;ir. Securit) Trust Building, 119 East
Fiagler Street, Miami, Florida 33132
.hi.I ti,, the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the ..tii.-e of the k ..I the
I'ln-uii Court nn or before thi lath
da) ..i May, 1964. it )uu fall to do
so, iudgmenl b) ilefuuM .ll In taken
.lii.iiti-i you t.-i the rellel demanded
in the Hill "i Complaint.
Tin- notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Till: JEWISH FI.OKID1AN
ini\'i: AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tin- Till da) of April A I >
!...!
I-:. Ii LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circull Court, I a.le County, Florida
('ill llll '"..III t S. .ill
i:> <- : COPELAND,
IVput) Clerk
MAI ii'i.M II FRIEDMAN
ji". Set hi iu Ti u.-i Building
119 Ka-i Flagli i Streel
Miami, Florida
I 10-17-24, '. I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62658 C
IN RE: Ksial. i.i
ALEXANDER LEVA
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To VII Creditors and All Persons Ha> -
inu Claim* .i Demands Agalnsl Said
You ai.- hereby notified ami re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you ma) have against
th.- estate of ALEXANDER LEVA
deceased kite "i Dade County, Florida,
t,, tin- Count) Judges of Dade County,
and file the name In duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida,
Statute-, In th. ii offices in tin- Coun-
l) Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within si\ culendar months from
tin- time of the first publication here-
of, or the name will he barred.
I>at,il at Miami. Florida, this 1st
da) of April. A.I I i64.
- MARi IARETTE LEVA
V- Eg .utri.v
First publication of ti-i- notice ->n
Hi. pith day ..I April, 1964.
RICHARD ,v KELSON
Attorne) for E> cutrix
6I*.T Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
I 10-17-24, Ii i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62337
IN RE: Ran......r
SIDXEY IIA LBERG
l',,..ise.l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors und All Persons Ha\ -
ing Claims ..i Demands Against Said
Estate:
v ..H are Ii. r.-i.v notified and re*
. .' t<> pr ---ni an) claim* an. .1- -
man,is which voit mn> have against
the .--i-i.....i Sll iXEY HALBERi
, eased Inl of Dndi 'mini Florida,
in t In Co i I Iges ol Dadi Co -
n.i rib the sam*1 du tt< itnd .. -
i led in .-. Ion 7:: |fi, i |.
S'tn rifces III I lie '1111/
1'.. hi ii" is.........ounl
within -i". < ilendar months from
nine ..f 11 i.la a Ion hei i ol
Ihi -.I'm- will lie I'.im-'-.I.
Dated til Miami, Floi Ida,
lit> of Vl.ii eh, V.D 11164
111 Til I.I E IIAI P.ERG
v i ratrlx
Fli si 1'iii'li- ii i"ti of th ii-.....n
ihe ii'ih da) "i' April, i"..
SIH.\i:v EFItiiXSO.V
'Hot m \ foi Admlnlsl rat n
II Sei in it) Ti il -I Ulilg
21 ".1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlurt
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage
:n business under the fictitious name
of BOGNEH SALES CO., 3240 N VV
il-t Street, Intends t.. register Bald
name with tin Clerk "f the Circuit
Court of i i.ul' i "iiiit>. Florida,
SOUTHEASTERN HAT CORP
,_________________________I 17-24, '. DJ
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62664 A
' IX RE: Estate of
MANUEL SCHWAItTZM v.V
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I To All Credit..is and All IVrs..ns 11,i\ -
Ing Claims or Demanda Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any clalma and de-
mands which you may have against
the .-tat.- of MANUEL NCHWAHTZ-
man deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to Ihe Count) Judges of Dado
County, ami file the same iii duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within sis calendar month*
from ihe time of the first publication
her.-oi. in tin- sam.- will he barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1st.
da) of April. A.D. 1964.
GEORGE GOLDEN
A- Executor
l irst publication of this notice .-n
the lot Ii da) "f April. 1964
JEROME ti. GREEXE
Attnrne) for Executor
I'll Security Trust Bldg
.Miami 12, Florida
4 10-17-24, "
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62785-A
IX RE: Estate of
MARG Mil-: I' A ELMEXDORF
I.....-. -I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Person* Hav-
Ing Claims ot L*emands Agalnsl Said
Estuti
V'l.n are hereby notified and n -
il i .-.I t-. present an) claim* and de-
manil- w Iii. h > ou ma) hav. agalnsl
i Hi,- Kl l< MARGARET A 171.
MENDoRf ile eased late of New
York County, New York State, t" the
nt) Judge* "i Dade County, and
fill the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Kectloi 16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their office* in tin County
I Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar month* from the
inn,- .a iii, first publication hereof,
or the -nine w ill In- lial r,-.|
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 7th
da) .'i April. Ai> 1964
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
v- Administrator
Cum Testamento Annexo
I n -i publlcal "ii "i tin- n........n
Hi, P'th dit) .'I Vi't-il. 1964.
vi i I.Tl N V I KIEDMAN
Attorne) for Administrator
1 II I Ainsl, v Building, Miami. Fla
I 10-17-24. S 1
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SINCE 1920
PALMER'S ROOFING
PHONE
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MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE
PHYSICAL THERAPY
BODY CONDITIONING
GENERAL DIAGNOSIS A X-RAY
C0L0NIC IRRIGATIONS
ULTRA SONIC THERAPY
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7235 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone PL 7-7234
BEST WISHES TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS 16th ANNIVERSARY
Miami Seal. Certificate & Stamp Co.
INC.
Corporation Supplies Rubber Stamps
LEGAL FORMS
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FR 3-6327


7 age 14-C
+Jeistncr/dHar
Friday, April 17. 1964
LEGAL NOTICE
n the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
Florida, in and for dade
count/. in chancery
No. 64C 2381
i:> i F'KPKRAL savings axii
I IAN ASSi ..'; VTH l.N I >K
VMM' INTON. a Knit.,I Sin. -
Imeri. i curpot nllon,
Plaintiff,
\ s
- :i > LEWIS inn) i >R< iTHY l..
1WIS, his wife i ..I.
I >ei. ml nil -.
notice of suit
p Ti .i i.. a :- ami In rothj i. i." >-.
his wife, Residence I'nkunwti, ii
i. mart i-d (heir unknown spoti-os. )
living mil if dead, tin- unknown
I'.-. .!. i-.-.-s, Ul:illh-- a--i's II. -.
nors, creditors, trustees "i other
ImuniH claiming hy, through, uu '
i>r against an) ill | he 1 \.
. Jeei ..--.i
I In reb) notlfh .1 Ihii i the
\ Cllpl Ion. .1 a. ,"ii hits 1 ---? mi
ilittei t >oii in ili- l
in i hi ill. i:i. \. hiI. .ludii i.ii <'ii -
Itiof Kli d I.-1 Hutli '' n>
i. i niorti e ti|Hin thi
low ing described n 1 -
34, i:l-.. I, ": i 'I I: I'lSh I'AUK
.-.... ilinu in ;li. Plal then
i
. I- iblii I;, ii ii .1- uf Imi
\ou ..i 1.. nil
. i implalnt with tin
erk til i i.i i 'inn i. ..u-i
.....' til'
mi in M VKTIX I INK. Mm Floor,
lie I", .'-ril I in Idlng, -M1.1 n
- Ihan Ma;
;i I leei i* I'tii Coufi

A II: I I t : t
I.KATHKISMAN
i he C It C<
ii i' i i>ii-:i.am
I ii ..mix Clei k
VUTIN I N i:
ii.i ii. \ i r Plaintiff
Hi F'li II .1-. ileral i:i Mini .::'. Florida
I ::!
rdmno
BY HENRY LEONARD
MPHNG S70PE A^i
feN
"Don*t worry, Sarah we'll lick 'em
yet. All we need is a bigger sign."
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62615 B
i:i: Estate .;
.Il'l.irs AMBROSE
11..-.-.-1-..-.1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. All Creditors nii.l All Pel sons Hav-
g cluln or I'.in.in.is Against Said
-tat.-:
Y.ui arc In i-.-lie notified and re-
ii-.-.t to i.h-m lit any claim.- and de-
.ml- which \..n may have ngainst
.- state of .irurs AMDROSE d. -
a*ed Into of Dade Count.*; Florida
the County .fudges of I>n.le Coun-
. anil file the same in duplicate
ill us provided in Section 7:::: lit.
lorldn Statutes, in their offleee Ii
""".'iinr-.- Courthouse in Had.- t"..iin-
. lTi.ii.ln. within si\ ilendai
oaths from tin tint.- of tin- first
i.ll.'atlorl hi i. of, .-I- i'i. .m.- win
barred
I'in.-.I :.t Miami. Florida, this 31*1
> ..i March, AD. i6i.
VK11A KP.KRHAKT
As Executrix
Flrsl publication ..f this in.ii. on
.- 3rd day ( April, i:>..i
vntkl lkkki.
it..rn.-y foi Executrix
til Floor I'.i I,- Federal rtlda
Innii, H..i ..i.i
I in : i
NJ THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62697 C
RE IM.it.. id
Til.UK HIRSCH
Peci-an I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All i'i Ilrtirs :,n,l All |', ...,,,. || e. I
g Claims in n.m.mds Against Bnidl
-till'-:
v,.ii .-, r.- h.i-.-l.y notified nnd r. I
'"''l '" pr......it any claims and de-
ands which you mty hate against
i stat. of TTLLlE H1RSCH de-
'* i 1-"- ol l'.ni,. county, Florida
tin- Count) Judge* of l>ade Couh-
and flli Hi.- name In ..I ,i- provided in Section T33 IA
lorlda S .itiK.-s. in their ,.:fi,-. [,,
i- tounty Courthoun In Dade I'oun-
. Florida, wiiliiu -iv ., i.. ,, ,| i ,
iit'is fr-un thi tiin,. ,.f n. riml
iblleatloj] hereof, ..,- ti. -.,,,. will
barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this ;'ii,
y nt March, A.r>. ifrM
l."l'IS IIIKSCII
As Adnflnlatrktor
I ir.-t inililic.ilii.il ,,f i In- notlci on
..- 3rd day of v-iil i-..;i
.BOKATtD <; BGKRT
M>. i-. Il.-lm.ui & Kat.lat.
it..in. v for Administrator
">0 8.W. 1st Street
ami ::. Flnri.la
4 S-10-1T-S1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 3263
' thi: \\-|i.i.iA.\isi:ri:i;n
SAVIXUM 1IAXK,
Plaintiff
m: \\ CARTER :ui-i SARAH
<\\i:tki:. his wife. ,t al,
I 'l.-li'laiu.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tic Dean ^'aitcr and Sarah
Carter, 11 if wife,
I'll" Bolton Uric. N.W.
Apartment So, -
Atlanta. Geonfla
are hereto) notified that the
aptldned action has been In-
against you in the Circuit
tin- llth Judicial I'ir.uit
in ami :..r [hide County
a mortfiam ni.on the fol-
les.rih.-.i t.-.ii property:
-- i
II, .
ab.
tltuted
Court of
Florida
foreclose
lew ini
Lot :'. Block : FIRST AUDITION
to CAROL CITY, according lo
the pht thereof, recorded in Flat
Book 60 at I'au.- of tin- Public
Ri ordu ..f l 'ail. County, Floi Ida
Y..H ai.- reoiilreil t.. til. youi un-
-w.r t.. i.iaintiffs confntaint with t'-.
Clerk ..f tin- af..r.-.-ai.l Court, and
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff-
attorney. MARTIN' KINK, llth Floor,
I'a.I. Federal Building. Mian
Florid .. nol later than A pi il :'7.
..r a I'.-. v. .- Pro '.-Hies-,, w ill I
..uai.'-t \ -
DATKD: .Mai ch li IM4
i:. I: I.KATHF.RMAX
'Ii l; ..: the 'Ii cull < "..an
By: K M I.VMAN
l'e|.i:t. iletk
MARTIN F1XK
Attorne) for Plaintiff
iith l-'i..... Bade IV lei -I ''<
Miami :::'. 1- lot kill
:: .'7 4 3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 62626-C
IN" 111'.: Estate of
ROBERTA M \i: I'l'.l'SsTl.l..
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
, To All iv..lii...s ..nil ah Persons Hav-
ing 'ami- nr Demands Against Said
i:-t He:
i You ar.- hereb) notified and re-I
quired t-. I'les.-iit an) claims and
I demands which you may hnVe agalnel
i the estate of ROBERTA MAE TRP8-
ski.I. deceased late ..i l'.ni.- Countv,
Florida, t.. tin- Count) Judgef .1 Dade
i County, and file the -am.- in duplicate
land a- provldeB in Section 73 It
Florida Statutes, in their offlct in
IN THE CIRCUIT COL^T OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 3299
JAMES MIM1BAM,
Ptuinflff.
vs.
P.11BKRT1 I: OZETE and DELIA
I'ZKTi:, hi- "it.-, an.I \\ IN'l'NA
IXVESTMEXT i'< >.\II'AX V. a
Florida corporation,
1 ..-'. n.lant.-.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: IttHtERTO R. I'/KTK ami
I'KI.IA OZETE, hi- wife, ami
WINOXA lNVi:STMI-:XT
COMPANY
Kesi.ieii.-e Dnknown
YOI" AND EACH "I-" VAT \I:K
HER*:BY NOTIFIED that a l'-ill ol
r I Complaint t.. foreckwe lie" "" '',"
:n ntorUravea on Ihe following dea-
crlbi .1 properties, to-wll:
in Mortgage from William Dayoub
and Josephina Lmycub. hi- wife, in
favor -t C-mtllTo R, OZETE ami
DELIA OZETE, his wf.-. dateil Jan-
tiar) "-. 1*65. and recorded in official I
P.......i.i- I look 1, at 1'ai.v ITS, ..f the ,
Puhii. Records "t Dade County. Flor-
ida, encumbering the following dea-
.i ih.-.i property, t-.-wlt -.
I...I is. Block 13, WINONA PARK
FIRST ADDITION, according to the
Plat thereol a- recorded in Plat
Book 17. at Paw i". "t the Publl
Records ..t I Mile Onint) Florida:
together with all improvements,
I furnit ire, fixtures ami ..II other
i chattels, now or herenftci contained
i there n.
iL'i Mortgage from Antonln Rarcla
innd flloria (latela, ins wife, in favoi
. I
i nil. ial K. -
lT. of tin- Publh
..nut ^. I':... Ida, en-
ullow ing dew i Is -l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 3307
LFRED RDWARD HARRIS" iN
Plaintiff,
vs.
VOER A. HAKIMS. .X
1'. t. n.lant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
' iiai;!:i: \. HARRISON
p. -iil.-m .- I'nknow ti
Voil, HAOER A HARRISON .,,
i. by notified that a Kill ,.f c.m-
for Dlvorei hai been filed
-ainst you, and you are requ red I
M-rve a cony of your Anaw..... Plead-
: t.. the Kill of Complaint ot thi
i-iintiff- attorney, Edward Husak
.no Northweal 7th St., Miami. 1-1 .ri.l.,
Find file thi original Answer ..i Plead-
ig in the office of the clerk ..f the
mint c.nrt on i r before the ith
'ay Of May. l:n",l. |f y f.|| t(, ,|,, -,.
a.imn.ni by default win be taken
;.nn-i m,.i f,,, the relief demanded
.n the Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall be publlahed once
h w.-.-k for four consecutive weeka
. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAX
l-iNK l\'|i i RDBRED at Miami.
JorlOn, this 1st ilay of April, A.I'.
K B. l.KATHKRMAN, Cl.-rk
ircnit Court, Bade County, Florida
all By: K. M i.y.man
Deputy Clerk
iWARn nr-s ik
:70 N.W. 7th St.
Miami, Florida
. .tti.riiey for Plaintiff
4 '3-10-17-24
th,- Count) Courthousi in Dad
ly, Florida, within six cal
m..nth- from tin- time of the
publication hereof, ..r the same
be barred.
Dati .1 al Ml in I. Florida
da) of March, A i> i-.i
A JAY i KISTlll.
As Administrator
Firsl publication ..i tins
27th da) ol Mi., h. isi".4
W.-intiaiih, VV'eintmub tt Crlstol
aii..i n. > s for AdminIstrator
Thirteenth Fluor, I '.i.i. I .1.-1-., i i -1. i -
:'l N.l-:. isi Ave .Miami i :
B) : A JAY I IRISTi IL
> ^7. I 3-10-17
..uii-
mlai
lii -t
will
thi- '.'"tli
.
of ROBERTO R. OZETK ami DELIA
i oZETE, his wit., datml January
I 1962, i rd< .1 In
Book swn, ui I'agi
Records of l>nde C
! cumbering the fi
| propvrt). to-wli:
l..,t 12, Block IS, WlN'iV \ PARK
i-iKST ADIHTION, acconllng t.. the
Plat then of a- rei orded in I'lal
K-...k 17 al Page >'. of thi Public
p....ui- of I'a.l.- County, Florida
togethtr with ail improvements,
furniture, fixtures ami all other
I chat I els, no* cr hereuttei contain-
ed th.r.in:
'ha- been i ..I against you ami you
ai<- reoulred t.. s,-r\<- a >i> of your
answer ..r other pleading t.. Ihe Kill
of C.....plain! upon SPoNDER arftl
ii.iM'.M. Attorneys fi.r th.- Plaintiff,
li">! N.K u.'.ih Street, North Miami.
Kli.ri.la. and file Ihe original Bnswer
..i- other pleading in the Office .'.i the
Clerk ..i the i"ii.nil Court in Miami.
Florida, on it before the J7th il" ol
April, P">4; ctlicrwise if you l.ul t.
so do. a Decree Pro Cvnfesso "Will be
entered agatnal you fr tin- relief de-
manded in th.- Kill ..f Complaint,
DATED ..t .Miami. Florida, this ISth
'la x ..f March. P.i64.
K B LEATHERMAX
Cl.-rk of the Circuit Couri
I '.i.i.- Ctiunty Florida
'.li By: c P i"i'l'i:i.AN"l'
l 'eputy clerk
.; .'7, i 3-10-1T
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT1 IN"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62.625.-A
in RE: Estati ..t
l'AII. a MAC VROFF
I eC.-a-e NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons llav-
ing Claims or Demands Against s-il.l
Estate:
You a-.- hereby nol I .- i nnd r.--
quired in present any claims ami de-11
ntands which you ma) have against
the estate ..f l'AII. A MACARoPr
deceased late of Da"de County,
Florida. I., th.- Count) Judaet ..i Bade
County, ami til.- the Mine in dupll-
ciite ami as i r.'\l.l.-.l in ---.-ii ,
m.K, Flortdll Slatnt.s. in their ,,|-
fic.-s is the Count) C'tiiithouse in
I'aih- County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
flr.-t publication hereof, or the same
will be barrel
Dated at Miami, Florida, this l'.'tb
day of March. A I >, r.'i.l
LI-XiN" A. EPSTEIN
As Aillninlstral..r
First publication of thin notice on
the L'7th day of March. 1964.
LEON A. EPSTEIN
Attorney for Administrator
420 Lincoln It.mil
Miami Beat h. Florida
3. -;, 4/3-10-17
Said
IN THE COUNTY JUDGF'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62709 B
IF ti ol
DAVID PHILLIPS
I'. ,,-e.l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To A'l anil All p,
Ina Claims ...1 Beinamls I
Kst.il.
You ar. he-eb) notified and n
quired t.. pre nt an) mil di
mands hi. li \ nti ma\ h i\. ,
Ihe e.-ta.....t DAVID PHILLIPS .le-
ased I lie of Bade County, FI .1
the count) .in.ie,-s of Hole i
ty, ami file the -am-- in 'IlipUes I
as provided In Sect Ion 7 1 16, l"i... i.i ,
Statutes, in Ho ir ..ui.,-- n u,.. u.
y Courthouse In Hail. County; FlTu -
Ida, within six calendar months from
. "' "'....... th.- first publkatioti hi .
I of, ,,r the same will be rim red
Dated at Miami. Florida, tills
da) ol March. A.I 1. IMH
KYP.THA MAE PHILLIPS
Cm NATIONAL BANK
27th
F MIAMI BEACH
formerly The North Shore Bank
... ':> I'Hiilei a. Caaner
Mc- I r.-l.lent and Trust Officer
... As Executors
tl, r'l PUW,JJI<*, 0 this notice
he .(r,| ,|v ,,f April, 1964
IKVINi: 1 YPKN |.AW OFFICES
Attorney f..r Executors
K2.1 Arthur Godfrey Road,
Miami Beach, Florida
4'3-10-17-24
NOTICE OF
APPLICATION rur. .AX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. AA-21366
v. rn.'i. is HEREBY tllVEN thai
I, i \\ s rgel, holder ol City
1,1 ii, ileah. FI.....i-i Tnx Kile 1 "ertlfl-
md or 1 Hlafeah. Florida
\ m Men c. ipt'i. ates
mi.ui.. red I iv I'-'i. 61 I
.,,,,1 i the ".'^th da) .-i *ln)
A 1' 1'".- ha- In m> ol
ami has made application foi tax
di ,-.i tn be Iss 11 1 1 hi reon Said
It,., enil.-.l e tile folloWJng I I
i-rlheil oropetty, lit Ihe Count) ol
1. .1. stab ..I Floi Ida, to-wit:
I .,, ,i i-;t 1...1 7. RI 11 1. '"K 11 1- I
;, ,h isth v.i.in Mmi PI Pint B
I I" igi 37, Si t i"ii s. Tow nshlp
Knul Knsl in Ihe Cll ol
II ii, ih, Count) of Dade, SI li
F'lorldn, as embraced In Tax Sail
i". rllfli ate No. 1 IS
.1 prop< l) undi r tl
ilfl, ,..,. in the nanfe "t
1 1: S|iarkr
Lot 7. Rio. '. VVesll a\i-n Hi
r.l \.i li Plat B 'age SI
.... 'i '
'
I. ih, Count) o" : 'ai Si
Ida,

- ,, !-. ,. "i". ath

Ki.it liiHik Paa
Tow 1 Range 41 K -'
. 1 f 14in|< Ci ly ol
:
in S|>. clal Assi
, ii. .\.. ill Thi ..- ler.l ol
li 1 el
the naiin
i" \\ tin)
\\ -.' of Tl 23 FC, II la lea h llth
Addition Rev.. Phil Bcnik 31. Paci
_;<. Si t Ion Tow nshlp s.-ui h,
Range 11 Ka-t a the Clt) of llia-
1. .1I1. Countv ol Dade, Stat. of Flor-
ida, a- embraced In Special Assess-
ment Lien Certificate No 611. The
assessment ..t aald propertj under
Ihe said cerllflinte Issued was in
th. nam. of .1 P Adams.
Lots :' a '.''.. Block 1. Bougalnvllla
Hgts., Pint Book IS, Pai;.- 71 Sec-
tion 31, Township ':' South Range
U East, m th,- City of llial.-ah.
County of Bade, state .-f Florida.
as .-ml.r... .-il .11 Special Assessment
Men iVi-tiiTcat. No ';t> The as-
sessment of sai.i property tinder the
said certlficati Issued wns in the
11.inn- of R ,v 1. Palvert.
Wits :: Thru 1'.. Block ". till Ave
Exi t.. Dial-ah. Ki.it Book 11. Page
R3, Section 31, Township 52 South,
Range tl K..-1. in the Clt) of llia-
leah. County of Ilnde, St.it.- ..i Flor-
ida, as embraced in Special Asse-s-
ineiit l.i.n Certificate No 6S0, The
a--.-s-ni. nt -i" -ai.l |.i..p. '-ty unhr
the sai.i cert It lent e Issued was in
the name of 1 ft II Dxledalc
XI Ti :: l.s- VV :...".'. Logan Crest i
Revised, Plat Bonk S, Paa* js. pec-1
tlon ::-'. Township '.:' South. Range
tl Bast, in the City of Hialen' |
Count) ..f linde, Slate of Florldu. a<
embraced In Special Ass.-swmetit I
Lien Certificate-No tt4!l The assess-1
m.-nt of said |>rofft>rty untWr th. .-aid
certificate Issued was in the name
ol II A Hughe
I'nl.-ss said c.-rtitT'-ates shall be ro-
ileeineil a.-cording to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be -"11 to
ii. highest bidder at th.-cnrt House
door on the first Monday In the month
of May, AH. lMfli. which Is the 4th
day of May, A.0. 1964,
Kit. ,1 this 1st .lac of April. A IV
1!"'.!.
K 1! I.KATIHCRMAV, Clerk
Circuit Court, I >a,le Cotiijtv. Florida
all B) : It M I^TEPER.
Deputy clerk
I :-tn.lT.4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 640 3546
ITainl ii I.
\ s.
"li Mtl,i:s o, WATSON,
Defendant,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ti : CIIAKLKS 11 WATSON
c/0 Captain of the Port
New Orleans, Louisiana
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
1 complaint for divorce has been filed
agumst >..u ami you are required to I
'"' -1 copy of your answer or plead- I
Ing to th. complaint on the plaintiffs
attorneys, CAID1X ft it. >THKN"KK1:<;
:"' Blscayne Kail.ling, Miami. Florida,
and file the original In the offl.....t
th,- Clerk of the circuit Court on or
before the Ith da) ... May, l'o;t or 1
' 'To c......'sso will be entered
-' )ou.
BATED th.- 31sl da) ..f Man '
K H LE \TTIi:i:\i \\
Clerk .t the Circuit Court
isenl] II) K M. I.Y.MAN
I .,-!!> I .
4 S-10-1T-S4
'\JHA C0UNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 62373-A
1 UK l.-t..t,-,,f
MOLLIF: EISNER
I '.-. a- I,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
" A" 1 reditors .,,,.1 All Persons II.,v-
".?_.. "' Demands Against s.ii.l
You ar, h.-r.by n..tifi.-.l ami r.-.iulr-
m.n!j; ii'rrj' anj ''' ana de.
, mamis which you inn* have usalnst
/:' '' Mi.i.iF- nsNl^ d"
1 ai.- or Had.- county, i-Toruia
'"' ""]' -lodges ,.f Hade cmntv-
"s .,1 Jl..'"', B"Jn*..,n 'indicate, and
-V. '!' s,"lH"" "'*'. Florida
M.. ..t.s their offlcei in the CuuT
> ourthouse in Hade County FT.,r-
' ll1" "' urM publication here..!,
Ol the sal,,,- will he I.Trir.l.
""I ... Miami, Florida, this ;stb
't.i> of FVbrunri, A.D. mci
HXKrI I. Yi'Kv
m. X~ Co-Kxr.-lllor
First pnl.h, a th,,, f ,his- notice on
'civ .'.'?; "' M:"-' K-64
iRVl.Nt; CYPEN l.wv nKvirnra
Attorney f,T Ksiate M
... Arthur Omlir.-.v R,i
Miami p....,,!,. Florida :: :: t/i-10-11
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jenisti nrec0ifar
solicits your legal noticog.
W appreciate your
patronage and guarantM
accurate service at legal
rates .
mat 111 :m,i
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCl r \
AND FOR DADE COLNT'
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERS
No. 64C 1448
: K VNTEH and I.I Is .
I ill'-,
v -
\l Tl I VRTS. IN
. 1 .1!
I ., -.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T.....YiNi; it \||\" ami MI1.I 'I
HAHN, his w i'.
'. 1:
\ -tin. nt 2
Atlanta, .;. 1 gin
Y. .1 IRVIXO HAHN
BRED HAHN. are hen
1 -nit has b.-.-n filed in ll ,
-'-. ui ig..Inst \"ii b
I K 1\ l'l-:i: ..ml I.i:. 1
1 ,F:S, n lii. Ii said suit h 1- b. -. n in si.
I tor the pill pose of can. Hai
ol isi agrei 111. in dated 1 ii .
- togethei with option t.. pun
1 hi follow nig ilesi bed propel 1 .
i' it
I-'s. 13 ami 81, 1. -s the F K.t
Right-of-way, and all of l^.t- ti 1
.".". both Inclusive, in kakavii.i.a
HEIGHTS ADDITION, Block P
according lo the Plat thereof r.
I'onletl in Plat Rook I, ai P..o .
of the Public Records of Dad.
Count). Florida.
Yin" ARK FJBQTlRER t" s.rv,. .,
copy of your answer or other
ing on Plaintiffs' attorney, Aaron m
Kanner. 21", BeCttrity T'ru.-t Buildlnt!
Miami ::l'. Florida, and file thi
inal 111 the offl.....f the Clerk -.1 th.
above Court on or before ihe tth ...
of May, P'i'.i. ami If you fall t.. do -
jn.lgm.-nt by default will be
against you for the r.-li.-t den il
in the < 'oinplaint
This Notice hall U published 1
each week for lour consecutive w.. -
in TIIK JEWISH Fl.i'KlHI \N"
DATED at Mi.,1111. Had. .'
Florida, this _'7th day ol March. A |i
I I'll I.
K B, LEATHERM.VN
Cleik ..f th.- 1 'Ircull Court
'seal 1 K> 1 '. p 1 '. i|-i:i.a\"I
Deput) Cleik
AARtiN M- KANNkR
'I, S.-ciirii' Tri-t Kldg.
Miami ":'. IT.i -lii 3-J24!
______________ 4'3-IO-l7-".l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl..."
th. undersigned, desiring t-. enghgi
business iiml.-i the fictitious n 11
NATIONAL 1".' -H MAItKirr at ii
Douglas P.oai. Miami Intends t"
[net Bald name with the 1 .
Circuit Court of I lade County, Hot 1
KAIK-Hi: \L MARKETS, INC
a Fin. Corp
HERBERT B. VVILEN*KY
Attorn. \
..I. l.is. j) m- Bldg.
4"3-10-17 :t
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61480-C
In RB: Batate of
BARBARA ANN MORGAN
I leoeaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AM Pev.sons 11 i>
ing '"l.iimv or Heniamls Again-! Sa I
Instate:
You are hereby not.tied and r> -
.iulr,-,i to present an) claims and de-
mands winch \ou ma) haw against
the .state of BARBARA ANN MOR-
GAN li .eased late of Hade Count-.
Florida! i" the Count) Judges ol Da
County, and tile th.- same in dupli-
cate and. as provided In Section
783.16, ITori.la Statutes. In their it
fl.es in the Count) Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within .-i\ cal-
endar months from the time of ho
fir-t publication hereof, or the iam.
win I,.- barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida. Ihla ->""
da) of March, A.D, IS64
ANN MORGAN
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice <"i
th.- 27th da) of Man h, I -'
Ki '\Ni:it ti- MANNIIKIMI.K
Attorneys f.-i AdmlnlHUratrlg
300 I 'up..nt ITa/.i Center
Mi.1 mi. Florida I -" I '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVI S
the iiiidei'signi d. desiring to
111 business under the ficlltious I
or CHATKAK APARTMENTS
1.V.7-I.V.H Kiiclld Avenue. Mja
I l.-ach. I-Torl.l.i, inletnl t-' ri !
said name with the Clerk ..r the
ult Court ..f Hade Countv. Florid;.
lll'S KCKI.ANH
MOI.l.11'7 Kl'RLAXD
I'.HltARH & Nin.SON".
<<>: Lincoln Road.
Miami Bench, l-Ta
Attorney's r..r Chateau Apurti
: J7 4 3-K
17
NOTICE UNOtrt
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVFiN in:'
the undersigned, ,I. siring to entrogi '
lajsiness under the fictitious name
KScJCIItF; I'i .It CIFTS at Hade I ""''
ty. F'lorlda, intend to register SB'"
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Com 1 of Dad- County. FTornla
IvSOClRK K"R GIFTS, INC.
a Florida corporation.
Owner of ESUL'litE i""R ''>' '
SIHNKY f:pronS\>N ,,.
Attorney for Esquire for Olfls, ""
341 Beourlt) Trust Bldg. ..
Miami 3-', Florida 3 "-'.. /


Friday. April 17. 1964
"* *>-/#> flr-trS'-HS^m
Page 15-C
LEGAL NOTICE
,N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62718
IX HE: Estate -\
S \MPKI. E. STARLIGHT,
I........ i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tii All Creditors nnil All Persons Hnv-
Ins claims im Demands Against said
Estate:
VnU : hi reh) nnl Mod Mini ir-
mined tn i'im M am claim* and de-
li ml- v h Ich > "U in v hn a- i in-i
the estate of samiki. E. STAR-
I.H1HT i n.i, tn tii. County .indues nf i ijini-
'.iiinty, Mini fill' tin. .-aim' lii duplicate
and as provided in Section ..... h;
Florida Statute*, in their ufflrei i
tti.. County Courthouse in Bade i '.mil -
i\. Florida, within six en lend a r
month* from tin- time <>f the first
publication hereof, nr iln- siinir will
I..- Laired.
IHited at Miami. Florida, tliis jpth
i ..I March, A l>. 1964.
iHKINM: (I STARLIGHT
As Executrix
Kind publication nf this notice mi
tii.- 3rd day if April, 19*4.
K< iMMEl- a- i:< > ;khs
Vtturne) for Executrix
"ii I,in.,.In Bond
M .imi Reach, Florida SSI 119
l (.10-17-21
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
. i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKHKHY GIVEN tint
tin- undersigned, desiring to mirage In
business under the fictitious name of
I'NITED SALES CO at "886 N.E, 2nd
\ venue, Miami Intend* i" register
ild name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
Ill IXXIK JACK, INi'
a Pla. Corp.
Herman Caplan, President
HICHARD Ar NKl.snN
i ne> for Vpplli ml
1. in nlti Road
i : '!-IT i'l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is iikpipy tiiVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
' TAKE-OCT SERVICE
N.W 12th Avenue Intendi to register
>. ill name wl Ii tin- Clerh of the Cir-
. in i '..iirt of I :i.I. i "..mil\ Florida.
wm.i.if. k tii.i i:i:
VNOEI.O A A I.I
M nrnej for Applicant
ViliKle) Itldir.
I 10-17-24
NOTICE OF
APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21365
NOTICE IS HKPKP.Y GIVEN thai
unli I w Slegel, holdi r ..f City
v..rth Miami l.i.n Certificate*
numbered 13, '. '. IM, 197, 198 and
ii..1 the 2!ith day ..f May, AH
191 Mas filed same In my office,
and ha* I.....le" application for tax
.I...I to be i-iir.i thereon. Raid certifi-
cates embrace thi following deacribed
riy, in the County of bade, State
I Hoi Ida, lo-wlt:
i.nt i. Block 15, Blseayne Highlands,
rial Rook 46, Pace 26. Sections 19
and 20, Township 52 Smith. Flange
'. Bust, in the City ..f North Miami,
County of Mad,-, sun.. ..f Florida, ar
ml.r.-iced in Certificate No. The
assessment of saiil property under
the said certificate Issued "as in the
name of l rank E. Howard.
i. it 3. in... k :. Brian Manors, Plat
Hook it. lac- 28, Section 19, Town-
'_' South, Range 12 East, In
th.- City ..f North Miami. Count) "f
i'...ii. state of Florida, as embraced
in Certificate So. 81 The nssess-
tneni of said property under 'h- said
ricate Issued was in the name
of James I.. Itetli.i f.nil.
i...t 7. Block ".. Griff ing B'acavn.
Park Eats, I'l.it Book 8, Pice 123.
Section 30, Township 52 South,
ItHnice 42 East, in the Cltj of North
Miami, County of Dude, State nf
Florida, as embraced In Certificate
Mo 85. The assessment of said
property under the said certificate
Di 'I was in the name ..f Muriel
Ida Pluhr.
Lot 'i. Block 7. Flucka Park, Plal
Hook 44, Page 97, Section 19, Town-
ship S2 South, Range 42 Kast, In
Ihe i-ity of North Miami. Count) of
Bade, Siat. ..f I :,i i la. as embraced
in Certificate No. 196. The assess-
ol said propert) under the said
ilie.it, Issued was in the name
of i illda Jordan.
l-nti in to r. in. i.. Block 7. Bucks
Park, Plal Book 14, Pas* 97, Sec-
lion 19, Township 52 South, Ranm
I-' Kast, in the Clt) ,.f Ninth Mi-
' "minty of Bade, State ..f Flor-
ida, as embraced in Certificate No
197. The assessment "f said prop-
ly under tii said certificate was
in tin- name ..f Gtlda Jordan.
I...t ii;, Block 7. Rucks Park. Pint
Book 44. Pace 97, Section 19, Town-
-lii|i :! South, Range 4^ Kast, in the
City of North Miami, County Of
Bade, stati- of Florida, as embraced
In Certificate No, 198 The assess-
ment of said property under the sniii
certificate Issued was In the name
ol Ullda Jordan.
E 100' of w 140ft" Trad A a 4!i'
"trip lying N of A adjacent therein
Bow i i Istates, Plal liiMik ."<>. I
Page xii. Sections 28 and l':i and 32
mil 83, Township ".-' South, Range
net, In the City of Ninth Miami.
My of Dade, state of Florida, aa
iced in i rtlflcate No. 203. The
HsKcsnment of said property under
ild cerl i ne laaued was in the
name of E. 11 Taylor.
:.i certificate shall be >-
in law. the pi op-
lescrlbed luri In >v III li sold to
hi st 1.1.1.1 i .. i the mrl House
n t he flrnt >: n.i. In the n.....>h
May, A.P I94, n hii ii Is the Ith
Ma A.I i. 1964,
i ited this i.-t day of April, A D.
;". i
K p. i-i:\r-111:i:m \n. Clerk
Circuit Court, Bade County, Florida
i" !) Bv: K M i IKI'KK.
l'< put) Clei k
4/3-10-17-24
NOTiCE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 -Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21372
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN that
Niithanl. u Slegel, holdi r of Co nt>
i' | ^ Sab Cei tlflcHti n imhered IHl Is-
sui .1 Ihe 1st .la- of Juni A.I. 1961
has tii, .i name In m) office, and has
mude appllcutlon fi.i .. tax Heed In
be Issued th......n Shld certificate
embrnci the follow Ing di scribed
pro|iertv. In the Count) >.i Bade Stati
of Florida, to-wlt:
w 4^: i-t of n i i of wv, of s\\>,
Less IV 33 Ft .' All That part of
\V 3 of NW'i i.. -- W S."i It lyg
SWI) uf a lin. 203 l-"t 8W of A.- Pair
In I" I. ,,f Snake i i-.ek ( anal Less
Beg at K I. of NE 1 've ISO l"t SW
r a- at l( A to s v\ !. of Canal si:u
1.10 It SW of a At It A to S XV I.
of I all.il :::.! Kt In I'l IB SWI) at
R A to S W I. of i ana I 13.1 l-t Th
SKiy I., a pt Th s alg W I. ..f E'
of \U"', of SW, of N\\i, Th E
niK .\ i. of sy, of s\v, of nw,
for :..'i It M I, Th N 240 Ft M I.
to a p| Th NWly By a line lin ]-t
SWI) of K- Pair t.. SW B.W I. of
Canal to PoB A: Lees KWVi ol SW,
of NWj A- Less K 100 It of S 900
Ft M I. of W :: 4 m SW, ..f NW,
A I..-. \S 180 ft nf SK', of SW,
of NW'i s.e;inn .;. Township "..
Smith. Range i-' Eust containing
i ; la Acres more or l. km
Li ss Hi -' mi K I. of NK 2nd Ave
I ." S"\V Of \- lit Ii A to SW l\
II \V I. of Snake i"r (anal Th SEly
."Ml..", it to I'nH '..nt Si:iv of X of
W I. of i:\ ..f SW', of NW1 4 N
32..SP NWly 804.91 it SW Iv 2i ft to
I P.
Less \V 50' !: iso1 s 900 ft more or
less \V> of i:.. ol SW, of NW,
Less s :;l ft
I., ss It of \V I of NW, lyg SWIy
of Snake Creek Canal dea Beg on
i: I. of NK .' Ave A: S I. of NW,
ol NW, N 112.5 ft SEI) to a pt
28.1' SW of & At RA t.. SW R u |.
Of ("anal .V I 13 ft W of E I. ..f W'.s
of NW, of SW, of NW'i. Th s
to S |. ..f NW, nf SW, ,,f NW',
Th W to !: I. ..I nf: .' A\. Th N
to 1'iiK
I.. -. N S3 it ..f W IS7 ft of NW,
of XW, of SW', less M 13 ft A" s S3
ft of \\ ...I it ..; K Vi ft of S it
More or less .4 VV of l-:1, of s\v >,
of XW ,
l.e-s s 103 ft of N II" ft of K 152
it of W 1^7 fi ..f NW', of NW', of
SW,
Less Beg on E 1/ NE 2nd Ave 112.5
ft N of S I. of SW', of NW", of
NW", N alg K I. NE 2nd Ave t-.
pt 130 ft SW nf .' At R A to BW
R VV I. Canal SKIy 331.3 ft SWIy A-
at R A to .anal 135 it NWly to
P '" R and K 11.1 ft W's ..f NW,
nf SW ", Of NW,
and I., ss Reg at pi on E 1. NK 2
Ave a- SW it W l. Snake Creek
''anal SEly ii Ig s.l It W I. tn X with
W I. of K ', of E' of SW, of
NW, S tn p| 111" It SWI) Of A
I ai r to s,i || w i, NWIv Alg Sd
line to i: I. NK 2nd AVe N to POB
in the i "n in' nf I Mil.-" state of
i-''ni ..la. ..> embraced In Certificate
No, ion, The assessment of said
property under the said certificate
Issued was In the name ..t Seven-
i hi. Corp.
i'nl. .-.-. -nnl certificates shall be re-
......i iiccnrdl'ui to law, Mi. prop-
erty descrllied herein will be sold to
the highest bidder al th. Court House
....... -.ii the first Monday In the month
of May, A.l>. 1964, which is the 4th
day of May, A.D. 1964.
i '.it. d this Slsi day of March, A.D.
1964.
K R I.KATIIKRMAN. cl.-rk
of Circuit Cnnr'. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: it. M. I.KKpKlt.
Deputy clerk
4 3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT.CE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722- Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21321
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel w. slegel, holder of city
of North Miami Beach Ta* Certifi-
cates numbered l" and 14, issued the
6th day of August, Al). 1962, has filed
Mime in in) office, and has made ap-
plication for a tag deed to be Issued
th. re..n. Said certificates embrace
the following described property, in
the Count) of Bade, state of Florida,
to-wlt:
!.<.t >i Block 19 Highland Manor
Sec. 8 Plat Book 60 Page 25 Sec-
tion 7. Township 52 Smith. Itange
12 Bast, In the City of North Miami
V.each. County of Dade, state of
Klorlda, ..- embraced In Certificate
N.. in The assessment of said prop-
erty under said certificate issued
was In the name of .lake I.a Motta
a- w Vlkkl.
Lot in. Block 133, Fttlford By The
Sea Kec. X, Pint Book 10, Page
28, Section 4, Townshln '.:' Smith.
Range 42 East, In the city of North
Miami Ueacll, I'ollllty Of l'aile, State
of Fiorina, as mbi-uci .1 in < 'ei ini-
tiate N.i. 14. The assessment of said
property under said Certificate Is-
- led was in Ihe name of Albert W
I tack us.
inl.ss said certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law, the mop-
erty lescrllied herein will be sold tn
the highest bidder at the Court II..us.
door on th.- first Monda) In the month
of May. A.D. 1964, which Is the ith
da) May, A.D. 1964.
Dati d this 1st day of Apt II, A 1"
"".I
K. 1! I i:\TIIKItMAN. i'I. rk
of Circuit cmirt. Hade County, Florida
tseal) By: It. M. I.KKl'i .it.
Ileput) > 'lei k
I 3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722- Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21324
NOTICE IS HEREBY BIVEN that
Nathaniel w. Rlegel, holder "f County
Tax s.ile Certificates numbered 468,
s37. 894, 1129, HSOi 111". 1287, -'TIS.
8786, ill". IS73, 7283. JK23, J848, 7848,
Tn..; and Tims, issued the isi da) of
June Al". 1962, has file,I same in my
Office, and has made application for
a tax deed tn he Issin.i thereon, said
certificates embn..... the following I
described property, in the County of
Dade, state of Florida, to-wlt:
l.ot 25, Block ". OoMen Beach Pec
H. plat Book l"'. Page l". in the
County "f I'ade. State nf Florida. I
a embraced in Certificate No. 46S.
The assessment m said property un-
der the said certificate issued was
in tin- name of Bi -Ma* Realty
Corp.
l.oi :,. Blook 8, Venetian Develop-
ment Sub-Rev., Pint Book 45. Pagi
ST. in the County m I'ade, State ..f
Florida, ns embraced In Certificate
\i. v:7. The assessment nf s.-,j,i
property under 11 -anl certlfli at.
issued was in the name of George
i:. sti Mil- a- w Virginia
s l'l'ii ft ..f N'-- ..f Tr 25 leas w :>
ft A: less N 150 ft W 150 ft A- B
220 tt of N' of Tr '". Miami Oar-
dens, I'l."t Pn.'k -. Page :"i. Section
in. Township '-' South, Range 41 .
East, containing 2.56 acres mon
Ii ... in i in i 'ount) "f I lade, Stati
of i'l."Id.i. as embraced in Certifl-
rati No. 894. Tin- ......ssmenl ." -.n.i
proiierty under th.- said rl
is-n,..| was tn the name of .h"' O.
Man- a w Mary Lettle.
Trad A less SWIy T"" fl Block 357,
Magnolia Gardens Consolidated Re- |
-iii, plat lim.k I". Page ti. on-
t.....Ing i 32 ... i' -. mm..... l.ss. in
til,- CllUnty nf I M.I. State nf FltlT-
uia. as embraced in Certificate No.
IT.'!'. The assessment of .-aid prop-
erty under Hi. said certificate is-
sued was in the name nf Ka-l\i.w
l leveloplng Co. Inc.
All Tia.t A less SWIy M7.7 ft more
nr less as measured alg NW'I\ I.
Block 858, Magnolia Hardens Con-
solidated ite-uli.. Plat p.mk im. Page
71, containing .88 acres, mine or less
ill the County of I'ade, Stati ol
Florida, as embraced in Certificate
No. 11311. The a-s. .--uieiit of said
propert) under tin- raid certificate
issued was in the name of Eaatvlew
i \ eloping Co. Inc.
l.ot l>. Blook -. Bardol Sub., Plat
Book 82, Page 76, In the Count) "t
Dade, siat.- <>f Florida, a- embraced
in i 'ertiflcate No. 11 Ifl The assi ---
inent nf said propi 11) under tin -aid
.ei tuii an issue I wai n tin nami
..f Clyde l.. Halnkli a >^ Lucllli M
I...is IS, 16 A 17, B
Heights A tin 2, I i'i Honk I-'. Pagi
im, m i he 'ount) ol I lade, state I
I : a. I iii i'. rtlflcate
No 128 1 ii" -' mi "t ol
property under ti" said
i was in tin i,,.nie ol i
ii. Mlnton
i.m :i7. Bio i> i. Mi rth Ubert) Clt;
Amd. Plal Book 41, Page 31, in the
County of Bade, state ol Florida, as
embraced in Certlllcale No. -7J>.
The assessment of said property un-
der th. -aid ertiflcate Iss.....I was
in the name of Clias. Adder!.-y.
Ixits H. 16 17. Block t. Taylors
Suh Plat p.mk 24, Pay. ill. iii Ihe
County of iiade. State ..f Florida,
a- embraced In Certificate No. 8786
ihe assessment of said property un-
der the siid certificate issued was
in tile name ..f Susan A. Curry.
I^it 25, 1-e .Ii une Terminals Mli
Addn. Pint Book 60, Pane 41. in the
County nt i>a le. state of Florida, as
embraced in Certificate No. 1140.
The assessment of said property un-
der the said certificate Issued wa-
in tn.- name of Miltmi Herlong A w
Rub) et al.
I.m :','.', Block 1. Tatum Waterway
Suh. Plat Book hi. Pate L'. in the
County "f I'ade. State ..f Florida,
a- embraced in Certificate No. 4573.
The assessment m said property un-
.1. r the said certificate issued was in
the name nf Drake Conat. Co.
la.t 1'. lock I. Know s Suh. Plal
Book 17. Page 93, In the County of
Hade, state of Florida, as embraced
in Certificate No. 7283, The nsess-
ineni of said property under the said
cerrrricite Issued was in the name
of Huntlngton A. Clarke .' w Annie
Bat.
I...I- 11 .v 12, Block I, Ewlngs Vddn
Plal Book 3, Page 136. in the Coun-
ij ,,T i i.i,i, stati of Floi Ida, as em-
. a 'ii i' rtlflcate No. 7825. The
assessment ..f said property under
I.,. .,,1 iiiei'e ISSOI w "s n
th, ii.im- Phi. Iml K. Willlanis Tr.
I...t 1", Block 8. P'enl- Second Addn
m Homestead, Plat Unnk ;, Page
II Hie l "......IV Of I'.lde Stale if
la, a- embraced in Certlfieate
No. 7*13. The assessment ol said
i in nndi :- tin- said certificate
Issued was a ihe name nf Gertrude
Main > .'s V'llll list.
I ol 17. Block 1. Kieads Addition
So '.. I'l.it ':..,,k -"'. l*Uge '' in the
Clltinll nt I' "le S"'le ..f Kim I
as embraced in Certificate No 7848
Tin- assessment ol sain prois?rty un-
der the said certificate Issued was in
th. name nf 1 list l'la Finance Inc.
t.ots l -'. Block ii, Washington
Park, l'la' Book 1' Psge '3 'n Ihe
cunity ..r p.. le. state ..f Florida,
as e......a. d ii. .'.in ale N "
Th,- assessment nf said property un-
der ti"' -aid I el tille.lle ISHUCU W.l-
lll tin name nf Mary Thomas,
l.,,t ii. Blu k 11, Washington Park,
I'l.it Book 9, lin;.. is, in the County
i I'a.l. State of Florida, as elll-
i ni i'i ill, at,- No, 7V">-. The
.I -ai'i propel i v under
,ui rtli".i'i- Issued w.i- n the
nani uf Mai > 'i'i.....a- i.. iwn.
Kid. ites shall bi n
I., law, tin |U np-
II
' he highest bldili-i t the i
Mmnia' in thi month
Ma) V.ll null hli h the 4th
da) Ms \ I 1964.
Hated I I da) of \, i:;. \ I
1964.
E P. IJEATHERMAN, Clerk
of i 'ii ult i 'out t, l mde Count). Florida
B) It M LBKPER,
Deputy Clerk
4 3-10-17-24
NOTIOE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21328
NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN that
Nathaniel w Slegel, holder of City
of Hlaleah, Florida Tax Sale Certlfl-
cante and or City nf Hlaleah. Florida
Special Assessment Men Certificates
numbered i". 618, 650, 7o2 and 790
issued the 22nd day of May. AH. 1961
ha- filed same In ni) offli i and has
mule appllc il Ion I. r a l.l.\ ll. .1 In In
Issued thereon, said certificates em-
brace th.- following described prop-
erty, in the County of Bade, state of
Florida, to-wlt:
Lou I to i Incl Block 67 lass i,m-
3 and I Block 67, Hlaleah 1st Addi-
tion., Plat Book 5, Paga 122, Section
iv Township 53 houth. Range n
Kast in the city of Hlaleah, coun-
ty of Dade, State of Florida, as
embraced In Tax Sale Certificate
No. in. Tin- assessment of said
property under the said certificate
issued was in the name of Clara J
Shaffer.
Tr c Less W 87.5" Legs K :::."'
lAka 8 *; :) Block 190 Hlaleah 12th
Addn Rev. i:ik 190, Plat Book 84
Page 12, Section 7, Township 53
South, Range Jl Kast in the City
of Hlaleah, County of Dade, State
of Florida, as embraced In Special
\-s. -sineni i.i.n Certificate No. i;iv
The assessment of said property un-
der the said certificate Issued waa
in the name ,,f Ralph O. Combs.
Lota il Al ii Block 108-B Hlaleah
13th Addition., Plat Book 31 Page
86, Section -. Township .'..'. Smith,
Range 41 Kast in the City of Hla-
leah, County of Pad... state of Flor-
ida, as embraced In Special Assess-
ment Lien Celt If Irate No. 650. The
a-s.-sm. nt ..f -aid property under
the said certificate Issued was in
the name ,,r win. smith A Barbara,
K 80' Tr 88 PA Hi'. .< K :'"' of 171
Block 83-P, llial.ah i:h Addition
Rei I'l.it Punk ::i Pane S2, Sec-
tion 5. Township 53 South, Pan"..
11 East in the City of Hlaleah,
Count) of Bade, state ,.f Florida, as
embraced n Special Assessment
l.i.n Certificate No, 7":' The assess-
ment of said property under tin wild
certificate Issued was In the nan
of Herman Kluge Jr. a. Prances
lad 37 London Terrace 1st Additloi
Plat Book 55, Page 36 Section
Township 33 Si.uth, Range n Ban
in the Clt) ol Hlaleah, County
Bade, state of Florida, as embrne
in Special \-s. --m. nt Lien Cerin
i.it.. No. 7:m. The assessment i
said pro|>ert) under the said certlf
i ate issued was ill tile name ol Jol
Margagllo .v Margaret B.
l'nl.ss said certificates shall be h
deemed according to law, the proi
erty described herein will be sold i
the highest bidder at the Court Hou-
door mi ih. first Monday In the moni
of May, A.D, 1964, which is the 41
day of May. A.D. 1964.
Bated this 1st day of April, A.I'
1964
K P. I.KATIIKKMAN, Clerk
of Circuit Court, Dade Count)'. Florid
(seal) B> R M. LEEPER,
I ie|iut \ Clerk
4/3-10-17-'.
thi
NOTiCE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 -Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21314
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
' Nathaniel VV. Slegel holder of Clt)
Coral i'.aides si.'.walk Lien Certlf
eale No. 97 ISSUed the 21th da\ I
May, AH. 1962, lias filed same in ni
office, and has made applii a t Ion f>
a tax deed to he issued thereon. Baj
I Certificate embraces the followln:
described property in the County i
Dade, State of Florida, to-wlt:
I.."- II 8t 15, Block II Coral Onhl.
Crafts Section Plat Book 1" Pat
4", in the Clt) of Coral Gable
County of i'ade. state of Florida.
'I'll., assessment of said properl
uiui.r ih. said certificate was in ti
name of: I'nknou n.
Pill.-- .-aid certificate shall he r>
deemed according to law. the pro]
erty described herein will be Hold
Hi,, highest bidder at the Court II..n-
iln.e ii ih, first Monda) in th.- mom
..f Ma) 1964, w hi. h i- tile Ith .lav
' Ma) 1961.
I 'al. tills 1st day nf April, 1!"H
K. P I.KA I'llKlt.MAN, Cl.rk
of i"u ult Co nt. I '.nil' i'..in: \. Florid
(seal) B> : It. M. LEEPER,
Beput) Clerk
4 :'.-l"-17-.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21325
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel W Slegel, In.I.lei of County
Tax Sal.- Certificates numbered 12".
121, 626, 17'J.'. 2ti64, .'""s. 2721, 3206,
1233, 8234, 3631, 3834, 3939, :'.'.'7. 1026,
1062, 11''"'.. 4536, 5720, 6304, .;:'.L':i. and
,332 Issued tin !-t .lay m June A l>
11".1. has tiled same iii illy office, and
has mad. application for a tax deed
tn i... issued thereon. Said certificates
embrace th. following described prop-
erty, n tin- CnUlU) nf Bade, Stale of
Florida, to-wlt:
Lol 23, Block i. Golden Reach Sec
K. Plat Book Page 122, in the
I'nnull ..I' I 'a '.. State ol Florida,
a- embraced in Certificate No. ::'".
Th. assessment <>f -aid propert) un-
der th.- -aid certifl. ii. Issued wan in
the name *f ilelen a Inc.
la.t 26 less N ,. Block I, Golden
Reach See K. Plat Book V Page
p.':'. in tin- County nf Bade, State
..f Florida, as embraced in iVitlfl-
.at. No. |2l, The assessment m' said
property under the said certificate
issued was in the name m Helen A
Lots l .- 2, P.lnek 11. Magnolia Suh.
Plat Book i". Page v". in the County
.I Pad.-, si.ue of Florida, as em-
braced in Certificate No. 826. The
assi --un nt ..f said property under
the said certificate Issued was in
the name ..I .lames C. Thomas.
l.ot 11'. Block 11, Piliew.....I Park.
Plat Pook '.. l*age I-. in the County
i.f Hade, Siat. nf Florida, as em-
braced in c.rtifi.ate No. 17'.':'. The
assessment of -aid properly under
the said certificate issued was in
tile name ..f Katie lleiidrieksnii.
K no it Tit -'A. Rev Plai ..f Vic-
toria Height-. Plat P..nk 33, Page
7s. in the County "f Hade, State m'
Florida, a.- embraced In Certificate
Nn. 2064. Tin ass. -sinelil ..! -aid
propert) under the said certificate
i--u.il was ill 111. name nt I., "lima
i lllhtrd, i'i ust et al.
Lol 2, Block :"-'. Uberty City, Plat
Hook 7, Page "9, In the Count) nf
i '.ui... Stati of Florida.....unbraced
in Certificate N... l'.ihs. ihe assess-
ment nf said |.ln|ielt> under tin -aid
certificate Issued was m the name
of Kllsha A: w Henrietta N. Taylor.
I.nt 19, BtOCk -'. Syinl.l Pines, piMt
P.mk i'l. Page IV in the Count) of
Hade. State of Florida, as emh
in I'.iiiiiiati Nn. 2721. The assess-
ment of said propert) under Ihe -.ml
certificate Issued was In the name
ni Ai..... Mae Edwards A: II. T. Kll-
w ar.Is.
I.nt 13, Adelaide Pink. Plat Book 27.
Page IS. In Ihe Count) ol Had.,
siate of Florida, as embraced in
Certifi.llte Nn. 3205, Tile a-se.--
meiit of -aid property under the said
certificate Issued was in the name
ni Mildred & Naomi Brown.
I...'- i to l" in. Block :'. l.-s Ix.ts
i t,. 7 me.. I Hock .'. Morgan Hill.
Plat Book i'l. Page 4. in tin- County
..f Had.-, Mai.- nf Florida, a- em-
braced in Certificate No. 1233. The
assessment of -aid property under
th.- -aid certificate Issued was in the
name ,.f I'.ln an I And i 'o Inc.
Lota 11 tn is in, Bli k
Hill, Plat Bi t 21, P .in ih,-
Count) "i i stai ii
braced In i \ .
The as- ssmenl
del t he .., .1
in im name ol I 'ellcan Land .
in. .
i...t I, Block '. Ray Hardy Sub-Plat,
h. Count)
of Bade, Stan i la, is em-
ii ai ,i m The
men! of -.ml propi rty undei
the said cert Iflcate Issued was In
the name ol IJalvadoi Agullar.
s .;.. I ...i ',, Gale Suh.. I'lat Boo
'.".. Pitge 7". in th.- County Dad
stat. of Florida, as embraced i
Certiflcati \ ::> 14. The sssesi
in. nt of said property under the sol
certificate Issued was In the nan
of Joseph M. Oaleano,
l-ot I. P.lnek 6, Highland Park. Pit
Book 2, I'i-. 13, In the County i
Had... state of Florida, as embraci
in Certificate Nn. :'.!:'.!. The ass.---
iii.nl ..i -.mi property under the -n
certificate Issued waa in tin* nan
of Tin Black .v White Realty Co.
Lotl i'.. 7 .V \ Block 11. All. Pal,I
win Kt Al Sub., Plat Book K. Pad*
7. nnl Plat Hook ii. Pate i:t, in th.
County "f Hade, state of llorlda. as
embraced In Certificate No. :4 : 7
The a--..--in i-i nf -aid property ui
d.-r Hie said certificate issued wa
ill tin- name nf Maitin Si.hi.w Inc.
l.ot ?.. Block 6, Hale Miller Trac"
Plat P..ok :'. Page 7". in the Count
..I' I'ade. State of Florida, as em
braced in Certificate No. i"L'i>. Th
assessment nf said property unde
tile -aid Certificate issued was ill thi
nani,. ..f Win .t- Ida M. .hlnwitz.
I/.t 10. Block ". Hale Miller Tract
I'lat Book i'. I'.iis'e 70. in the Count
..f Hade. Siai. ..I Klmldii. as em
braced in Certificate No. 4063. Tht-
i-.e-snieiu of said properly unde
the -aid certificate issued was in th-
name nf Annie Johnson.
Lota A 1". Block :'S. Miami Smitl
Plal Book P. lime II. in the Conn
ty of I "ad.. siat.- ..f Florida. a em-
braced in Certificate No. 4166. Th
.'--< -smeiii ..f said property unde.
Ihe -aid ii rtlfli ate Issued was in Chi
Hani. .,|" Pil\. s llle. Lessee.
l.oi it. Block :'v Miami Peach Im-
provement Co Siih.. Plat Hook ."
Pali.- v. iii iii. County of Dado, stai
..t Florida, a- embraced in Certifl
ate No. 1536. Th.. assessment nt
-aid iirnpertt under the said rertifi-
eaie i-su. .1 wa- iii the name ol
Sue--e Soclete He Placements.
I...1 :. p.in.k :. Coral Gables Douu-
las >.".. Plat Book 25, Page 69, i
tin- Count) of l'ni.. stat. ..f Flor-
ida.....mil I'lii iii Certificate Ne
5720 Tin assessment <
erty under I lie i "i cerl Iflcate Is-
sued was in lie nani, of Jaime 5.1U :
,v w i' irollna,
s ; I ..I' W'., ..f NK', ..f NK',. s.,
lion i'l. Township 55 Smith. Pant
39 Ka-i. .....talnlng 15 acres more
nr le--. mi the County nf i'ade. State
of Florida, .- n Ii .... d in i ertlfl
< ai.- No. ''.:'."! Tin- assessment i E
-.ml propert) under Ihe said certifi-
cate Issued was in the name ...
Paradise Memorial Gardens Inc.
W'.. of NK", ol NW ', of NW", ..
NW, 1, -s K i'l It .V N :'.". ft. Se.limi
I. Township 55 South, Itange I" Bast
in.i nlng :':: acres more or less, in
the County "f I'ade. Stale nf l-l.ir-
i.la. as .nil..Mee,i in Certificate No
8323. Tlie a--..--in,ni of said prop-
ert) tinder th.- -aid certificate is-
sued was m tin- name of Hayes P.
Wood .v w Patricia G.
Lol '.. P.ln, k 1. 1;. : i v I.ii Home-it,-
Plal l'.. i, r.. Page i'. n tin- Count)
ol I lade, s; i,. ,,|- i.-|,,i Ida, as em-
braced "i Certifl. iti No 7552. Th-
ii- I,' of ... i.i propert j undef
sued was In the
name of II H Mills ,v John A
Ml
I ess sn bl Khali be -
the
i-reln .11 In sni.l i.
n -ll" .
Monda) In the month

.I
i 'at. .1 .I.. | ..i March, a i
;:n;i
p h i ,K \i"Iii:k.man. clerk
ti ty, Florida
(seal) 11 M LEEPER,
1 'epuiy Clerk
i, ^-10-17-24


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Friday. April 17. 1954
Varied Programs Offered to Children by Summer Camps
CAMP DIRECTORY
FLORIDA
Camp Gin Israel of Florida
Children 6 to 16
located in Deland Heights. D<-land
250 miles from Miami
Office at 918 6th St. and
1020 Michigan Ave.
Phones 532-5694. 534-0421
Camp Ocala
Boys and girls 5 to 16
Located in Ocala National Forest
Write 1541 N. Bayshnre Dr.. Miami
Or call FR 1-7858. FR 9-8601
Camp Menorah
Summer Day-Camp
Boys and Girls 3 through 9
Located 75th and Carlyle
.Miami Beach
Call Temple Office IN 6-2156
Temple Emano-EI
Day Camp
Boys and Girls
Contact Milton Feinstein
JE 8 2503
Camp Akiva
1921 Biarritz Drive. Miami Beach
Rabbi Stanley B Weiss. Director
Call JE 1 7919
NORTH CAROLINA
Blue Star Lamp
Girls and boys 7 to 17
Located in Hender>onville
Write to Harry G. and
Herman If. 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 1577
Camp Judaea
For boys and girls
Located in Hendersonville
Write George Stern, Director
50 Whitehall St. S.W.
Atlanta 3, Georgia
Local information:
Ph. 758-8385. JE 1-5556
Camp Pinewood
Boys and girls 5 to 17
Located in Hendcr-omille
Call Dr and Mrs. Donald D
Michclson. MO 7-1808. MO 7 9784
Eli and Fran Meltzer
JE 1-677G. JE 8 8696
TENNESSEE
Belle Aire Ranch Camp
Boys and girls 8 to 17
and
Camp Belle Aire
Boys and girls 6 to 16
Located in Sparta
Write Mr. and Mr-. Reuben
Komisar, Director!
Route No. 7. Sparta. Tenn.
Local representative:
Mr-. Bett) Metlika
3140 SW 15th St.. HI 3-3751
NEW YORK
ZOA
at Klar Silver. Agricultural Train
ins School. State of Israel
Teenage Summer Camp
Write ZOA Youth Dept
145 E. 32nd Street
New York City 16. N Y
GEORGIA
Sky Lake Camps
Bovs an I girl 7 to 17
\
ZOA
IN
TEENAGE
SUMMER
CAMP
ISRAEL
at Klar Silver, Agricultural Training
. SchoolJULY 6. 1964 AUG. 23. 1964
Non-Profit Educational Project
Irtlvltlm n.li.I.- CunviTK itlonal He-
brew, S.nin.il -. I- Bell rlnH :i"''
' i I lance -. .- (hihi elnR llnoiighoui I- '
Land and lVat< r Knrt*, '
TOTAL. COST $910.00
Pharjri euver .>'l edm-ai nnal and : -
reatlnnal a inst, f.....I. Idletar; lawn !.- i
".! -i rr -in
N. .\ v<.! k I'iiv < l-i.i.l and rn
Camp Directors:
RABBI A MRS. GILBERT EPSTEIN
ZOA Youth DepL.i45 East 32nd St.
New York City 16, N.Y. MU 3-9200
BELLE AIRE RANCH CAMP and CAMP BELLE AM
AT THE SUNSET ROCK DUDE RANCH SITE
-ATOP THE C001 CUMBERLAND MOUNTAINS, SPARTA, TENN."
Belle Aire
Ranch
Camp
Camp
Belle
Aire
fOU BOYS AMD Git IS I 17
Specializing in
HORSEBACK RIDING
SHODEOS A ROPING
WEEKLY HORSEBACK
TRIPS. OVERNIGHT
A TRAiL RIDES
SWIMMING A
BOATING
ATHLETICS A
CRAFTS
Dormitory-type Building
Meals are simple, nourishing
and well balanced.
$120 for 2 weeks
(All Inclusive Fee) i
or $330 for 6 weeks i
i All Inclusive Fee)
DATES: JUNE 6 to JULY 17
For
rOt BOYS AN0 GI(HS 6 -17
A ConspJefe Camping Program
FOSTERING of all the ARTS"
WATER SPORTS-
ATHLETICS
HORSEBACK RIDING
ROOEO ARENA
O 5 DAY HORSEBACK TRIP
TRIP-OUTS iCanotmg. Etc.)
ARCHERY RIFLERY
FENCiNG
Kosher Food Upon Request.
Special attention to underweights.
Registered Nurse on
24-Hour Duty.
$400 for 5 weeks
i All Inclusive Fee)
DATES: JUIY If to AUG. 23
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, Tenn.
i
S KY LAKE
(jump.
HIOH IN TM| ILUI "IOOI MOUNTAIN*
AU*e,l. CKOROIA
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 STEIN MET Z-Camp Directors SID & MARILYN GREENSPAN
Ph. 624-0692 P.O. Box 159, Miami 45, Fla. Ph. Wl 5-6904
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NOW ACCEPTING ENROLLMENT FOR 1964 SEASON
Camp AKIVA
SUMMER ACADEMY
FEE
INCLUDES
UNDER THE EXPERIENCED
LEADERSHIP OF
tfltoi Stoatey I. Weiss.
Hrtar
Lrvin Montgomery.
ttMmtie OirtcUr
FREE BUS TRANSPORTATION
FREE KOSHER HOT LUNCHES
' FREE SWIMMING INSTRUCTIONS IN OUR
FREE BAR MITZVAH LESSONS
FREE HEBREW INSTRUCTIONS & STUDY
PRIVATE POOL
ir SPACIOUS GROUNDS FOR SPORTS
INDOOR SPORTS ARTS & CRAFTS
dr OUTINGS & TRIPS
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
WRITE: CAMP AKIVA SUMMER ACADEMY
1021 BIARRITZ DRIVE, M.B. or phone JE 1-7919
Located in Saute*
Local representatives:
Ira ani Donna SteinmeU
Sid and Marilyn Greenspan.
\\\ 5 6304
6200692 or Write P.O. Box 159, Miami 4j


"AN ADVENTURE IN HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
A CAMP PINEWOOD
jK HENDERSONVILLE, NC.
or en FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 5-17
vejr
250t (t. hiqh i" the grandeur of the Great Sneakey Meuatoinv
cool. invigorating healthful climate 7 allergy tree where
th growth and development of eoeh child is guided with love,
experience and understanding mature, skilled counselor staff -
Sabbath Services full cultarol ond athletit program tutoring.
CALL TODAY FOR ILLUSTRATED BROCHURE
PERSONAL INTERVIEWS INVITED
- THE DIRECTORS -
Or. ond .Mrs. Oonold D. Michelsoa E/i and Fran Meifrer
MO 7-1808-MO 7-9784 JE 1-6776 JE 8-8696
i : j.i? A K.
\c: Bom .'-
fatfl Otftt. A IN FLORIDA'S COOL OCALA NATIONAL FOREST
At Camp Ocala, your boy or girl (5-16) will enjoy the most fun-filled summer ever. Coin confidence learning new skills, to*. Daily water-skiing, swimming, ond horsebock riding-no eitra ckarge. Trained by mature counselor-experts fl to every 3 childre*-fripla the average o Boating. Ttnnn, Archery. Dramatics. Team Sport*, Riflery. Golf. Arts A Craftl o Fi.nt.me Licensed Physician and 3 Reg.stereo" Nurses o Fr.aay \ght Sabbath Services O Starts June 29 Full 8 or 4 Week Sessions 0 OH or Wnte for Full Details: 10th OFFICE: 1451 N. BAYSHORE DR., MIAMI Year FR 1-7858 FR 9-8601
DIRECTORS: Dr. Theodore R. Strohl Benjamin Miller Major Leonard Wotlman Robert H. Wollman

CAMP MENORAH
75th & Carlyle Avenue
Summer Day-Camp
June 15 through August 7, 1964
3 yeor olds throuch 9 year olds From 9:00 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 2756 for dttaih and brochure
TFMPLE EMAMJ-EL DAY (AMP
OUR SEVENTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR
JUNE 15 to AUGUST 7
Under the Personal Guidance
of DR. IRVING tfHUMAN
ond 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
ond DANCING
WEEKLY SABBATH SERVICE
CAMP JUDAEA
OUR llth SEASON
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
HENDERSONVILLE, NC.
OFFAPIIM UNIT TSOFIM UNIT MACHON (Leadership Training)
(4th 5th Grade) (6th 7th Grade) (8:h 9th '0th G'ade)
IN THE PICTURfSOWE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
e ALL LAND and WATER SPORTS o ARTS A CRAFTS
NATURE STUDY MUSICDR A M AT.CS O RESIDENT NURSES
o Israel Fostered Through Activity, Play. Modern Hebrew,
Daily and Sabbath Se.vices Dietary Laws Observed
JEWISH TRADITION and SPIRIT Of ERCTZ
FEE: $?J5 Per Session. Plum $10 Registration Fee
W55 Full Season. Plus $10 Registration Fee
REGISTRATION LMITED TO 170 CAMPERS ,
FIRST SESSION BEGINS JUNE 24th Ends July 21
SECOND SESSION BEGIN JULY 23rd Ends Aug. 18
FULL SEASON BEGINS JUNE 24 Ends AUG. '
SOUTHERN ZIONIST YOUTH COMMISSION
Sponsored by MADASSAH & 2 O.A. .M.inl.. i Amt-IIvail '' .' A~
FOR INFORMATION AND CATALOGUE, WRITE
GEORGE STERN, Director, 50 Whitehall St. S.W.. Atlanta 3, Co.
LOCAL INFORMATION: Ph. 758-8385 or JE 1-5556


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"elewisli Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WtEKVt Volume 37 — Number 16 Miami, Florida. Friday. April 17, 1964 Three Sections — Price 20c Eshkol Warns Israel Foes On 16th Anniversary Fete ^Rggggg£ggDE R FREE DOM s^f n ctcp c n c ii c e O^ 1 1 10 ii Greater Miami this week joins Jewish communities throughout the world in celebrating the 16th anniversary of independence of the State of Israel, which came into being on the fifth day of the Hebrew month of lyar in 1948. See Sec. C for related anniversary features. ISRAU BOND tOM SCT Independence Dinner Will Honor Sam Blanks AS GUEST OF PRESIDENT JOHNSON Prime Minister's Itinerary Will Include 10-Day Washington Stay TEL AVIV — I.ITA) — In the luce of war preparations and threats by Egypt's President Gamal Abdel Nasser. Israel must be on the alert and maintain its deterrent power as the only way to avert attack. Prime Minister I.i'vi Eshkol stated here Tuesday. He summarized Israel's current defense position in an interview in the Independence Day issue of the Israeli Army's weekly period. JERUSALEM (JT A' De-1 nal. "Bamacheneh. Israel is %  ... celebrating the 16th anniversary ot [ **" Itinerary and agenda WATER p L AN AGENDA the rebirth of the state on Thursday and Friday. Nasser's war preparations, his pursuit of more and newer arms, and his search for foreign know how for modern warfare, said the ; Premier, "face Israel and the entire world with a big question; nere oi Premier Levi Eshkol's forthcoming visit to Washington, where. he will confer with President Johnson during a three-day stay in the capital, were completed here this week. The full program j was worked out during a meeting with Myer Feldman. Presi„ nt! re .-.MIL .u. ui rwwiHiui twmark. If Nasser decides on this j (|en Jonnson s cnie f legal counHussein Visits LBJ in Capital method of accumulating power in ; se uith hi ,, h Foreign office ofnrdor to destroy us. it is our obSunday ro itfc ANNivmsMir HATUHS SEC. c Greater Miami Jewry, and two i communal activities and aid to Is<.l its leaders, will receive special I rael. will receive the highly-cov)cognition Sunday night at a com-lttcd State of Israel Medallion of munity-wide Israel Independence Honor at a gala function sponsorDinner highlighting the celebraed by the Greater Miami Commition of Israel's attainment of its tee for Israel Bonds at the Fonligation to be alert and to face such a threat." Asked about the effect on the situation of the work of German scientists employed by Egypt, Eshkol replied: "Without paid know-how and hired swords, Nasser could hardly provide his Continued on Page 7-A WASHINGTON — (JTA> — Jordan's King Hussein, who arrived in the United States on Mondaj landing in Philadelphia, was to come to Washington Tuesday to was indicated that Israel's Cu nfer with President Johnson ficials. Walworth Balbour. United States Ambassador to Israel, attended the meeting. Mr. Eshkol's \isit is to begin June 1. It defense needs and the economic ,„ r two days, burdens these problems create for Israel will be one of the major issues which the Premier will raise Continued on Page 3 A 16th anniversary of statehood. Mr and Mrs. Sam Blank, pioDeer pacesetters of South Florida Nikitas Kin Says Hate Book Now Destroyed tainebleau Hotel. Zecv Z. Dover, Consul General of Israel, will present the nedallion to the Blanks, first couple ever to be named recipients of the high award in the name of his government. United States Sen. Ernest Gruening, of Alaska, will deliver the major address SESSIONS TAKE 0ROAP VIEW AJCongress Biennial Conference Meeting in Sessions on Beach FOR RELATED FEATURES at the black tie affair. Two kej sessions ot the Amcr Greater Miami's leadership in lian Jewish Congress national the sale of State of Israel Bonds. biennial convention, meeting this, which for the past several years weekend in the Carillon Hotel, will I has established this community ,„, (>pt n ,,, residents of the Miami j with the highest per capita purj, w ish community, it was ani liases of Israel Bonds in the Unit; )unct( i Wednesday by Rabbi Leon ed States or Canada, will foeus nai Kronish. convention co-chairman. | oficial government news-' tiona attention on the dinner. Thc w0 sessions are he Inter An historic goal of $2,500,000 in nationa | Affairs Luncheon at 12 PARIS — (JTA) — Alexis Ad jubei, son inlaw of Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, and editor Ol 111. paper. Ihis week that "Judaism Without Embellishment." the book widely .criticized in the West as anti'Semitic, has been confiscated and destroyed. He said "all copies of the book have been destroyed, and the publication is no longer available anylure in the Soviet Union." He made the announcement at a luncheon in his honor tendered by the French Association of Diplo rnatic Correspondents. The book man published in Kiev last yoar by the Ukrainian Academy of Siience. Adjubei added that "As far as I know, the only copies of the book still available are reproductions being printed in the United States for purposes of antiSoviet propaganda." His 0minute discussion with leading French and foreign correspondents was centered almost entirely on the issue of Russia's Jewish policy. A number of leading French newspapermen, including the ediContinued on Page 5-A PAGES 10 AND 11-A Ambassador Comay, who ;erves as Israel's permanent representative to the United Nations in New York, will speak on "Israel and a Hostile Arab World." The luncheon will be held in the Carillon Room of the Hotel. The gala convention banquet Saturday evening in the Silver Chimes Room will be in the form] ot a "Salute to Israel." marking: p.m.. Saturday evening, at which: tnt sixteenth anniversary of the Sen. Hubert II Humphrey .vili State of Israel Bond sales for |0on Friday, which will hear 1sGrcater Miami will be Officially rao i Ambassador Michael Comay. announced at Sunday's anniversary (I)( | n( convention banquet at 7 celebration, at which the traditional lighting of candles on a special Israel Menorah will be a feature g p ea | t<1 Of the program. Reservations for the two events Mr. and Mrs. ( ar VSeinkle. 1. e^ m uU jy ^-^ ,„. visit £ ^.^ friends of Mr. and Mrs. j ing e0OWintl0B headquarters at the Continued on Pa.oe 16 A Carillon Hotel. On Hussein's agenda for his talks with President Johnson, and with other leaders ol the Adminitration. including Sen. J. William Fulbright, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations, Committee, were topics concerning further American aid to Jordan, the question of the Arab refugees and. possibly, his Government's reaction to Israel's plans tor drawing .Ionian River waters for irrigation purposes. Admini;tration officials asked about the reaction of the Arab states, including Jordan, to the Jordan River problem, said that the United States is encouraged by Jordan's progress in the exploitation of its water resources. They added that the United States believes all nations in the area should utilize the available water resources, stating that the 195S Johnston plan for the use of water resources in the Middle Continued on Page 9-A loni establishment of the Jewish State.' Dr. Joachim Prinz. AJCongress president, will deliver a tribute Joyce Farber. soprano. Continued on Page \^ %  A Scientists Vow Bonn OK'd Nasser Aid LONDON — (JTA) — A West Caiman scientist who. for three vears directed a jet fighter production program in Egypt, has charged that the West German Government not only had full knowledge of thc work of German technicians in Egypt on fighter plane construction, but also ap. rnnori and encouraged it. the Daily Telegraph reported this week lrom Bonn. Dr. Heinrich Gronau. who directed the program at Hclwan near Cairo, said he worked under Prof. Willi Messerschmitt on HA-200 and IIA-300 jet fighters. He said j that the West German Govern-, ment even urge:! technicians who j wanted to return home, after real izing the anti-Israel nature of their | work, to remain at those assignments. Dr. Gronau, who has been directing a section of the West German Space Research Society since his return last year, also confirmed the military nature of Egyptian rockets which was recently revealed by H. Polenx, a West German aircraft engineer. Or. Gronau said he had sup pressed his own original misgivings on being assured at the start by Prof. Messerschmitt that the West German Government "approved and supported" the project. He added that his doubts re turned in the summer of 1962 when President Nasser of Egypt sai.1 in a speech he intended to destroy Israel. Noted novelist Meyer Levin was in Miami this week in connection with his recent work, "The Fanatic." For a feature interview, see "During the Week ... As 1 See It." by Leo Mindlin. on Paqe 4-A. r



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Friday. April 17, 1964 +Jewisfi fkx-lctlan Page 3-A Prime Minister's Itinerary Will Include 10-Day Washington Stay At Jewish National Fund Memorial Concert in honor of the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest in Israel are standing (left to right) Hanan Yar den. coordinator of the concert; Amiram Rigai pianist; Hadassah Bodoch, dancer; Leon J. Ell president of the Jewish National Fund Coun cil oi Greater Miami; Rabbi Mayer Abramo witz. co-chairman of the John F. Kennedy Eyemen Reelect Dr. Helfman Dr Arthur Ilolinian has been reeleeted to serve a second term president of the Dade Count) (iptoiMtrk Association. Other olficers named at an annual iltition mueting are I>r. Macy Sezzin, presidentelect; Dr. Carmelo LoParo. first vice president; I>r. John Lexow. secoml \ lOfl president; Dr. George A. Pena, third vice president. Dr William S. Pintiow. seerelary; Dn, Leonard Clierdack. treasurer; Dr. Santurd Ziff. sergeant:.t arms; and board members. Drs. Leonard Margolis, Harold Taylor and Leroy Diamond. Memorial Concert; Marcia Gamliel, percussionist; Eliahu Gamliel, flutist; Ephraim Biram, baritone; and Zev W. Kogan. co-chairman of the concert. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Emil Morton, who sang the national anthems; Tova Porat, singer; and Ruth Manse, one of Israel's foremost music teachers and accompanist. Continued from Page 1-A in his talks with the President Other topics will he the threat of the growing military build-up by Egypt, including the introduction of rockets into the Middle Bttt military situation, and the problem of preserving the area's balance of power. The Premier also is expected to discuss with the President continuation of United States aid, and United-States Israel cooperation in the desalination of sea water by use of nuclear energy. Mr. Eshkol will also confer with a number of Cabinet members during his stay in Washington. The visit is expected to last for ten days, during which the Premier also will visit military installations, including the center where Israeli military technicians are being trained in the use of the Hawk supersonic ground-to-air missiles of the type which the I nited States has agreed to sell t<> Israel. The Premier will also visit New York, Chicago, an I %  Weal Coast, meetmJewish : [ers Of those sections. He i~ expected to visit United Nations Headquarters when he comes to New York. In Washington, it was reported that Premier Eshkol will stay during his state visit to Washington at the Blair House, the Picdent's official guest house, across the street from the White House. Throughout his visit. Mr. Eshkol will be a guest of the President and. as .such, he will have at Ma disposal an official airplane to carry him and his entourage to New York. Chicago and Los Angeles. It is understood that Mr. Eshkol will meet with the President three times first, shortly at leiIns arrival in the nation > capital; second, at an official dinner to be tendered him by Mr. Johnson; and then at a concluding conference, alter Mr Baikal complete;! his talks with other top officials of the l.S. Government. ElfCT... ARTHUR YOUNG State Representative GROUP 14 Pull Lever 29B "A Young Man of Action & Integrity" PARCELS to RUSSIA • ROL'MANIA • POLAND HUNGARY • LITHUANIA Food, rVoolens Suitings, Dress fabric* Wearing Apparel, Medical Appliances Delivery Guaranteed SAMPLES AT YOUR DISPOSAL Consul! Us PAT TOURS Complete -Travel Service Abroad e Domestic 1334 $W 1st STREET FR 4-1124 %  VVVWV^/iAnAA THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NEEDS FOR ns THRIFT SHOP All Your Furwfvra, CMfcfcf, Lintms, Dishes, Drapes, Etc. PLEASE CALL US f OR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th AVENUE \ Ph. 696-2101 \ Closed Saturdays BETH DIN OFFICE KAMI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1041 M*h.,n An, Miens*. Rejwh I JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 Of course, the Business Hours of DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS are set for everybody's convenience MAIN OFFICE Monday-9 AM to 8 PM Tuesday thru Friday-9 AM to 4:30 PM BRANCH OFFICES Monday thru Thursday-9 AM to 4:30 PM Friday-9 AM to 8 PM There'* convenient free parking et every office, foof Main office: 101 East Flagler St. £ AMapattah Branch: 1400 N.W.36th St. 3 North Miami Branch: 12370 N.W. 7th Av. 6 Convenient Offices Serve Dade County AMRV Tamiami Branch: 1901 S.W. 8th St. Kandall Branch: U.S. 1 at S.W. 104th St. Edison Center Branch: 5800 N.W. 7th Ave. OUR RESOURCES EXCEED IOO MILLION DOLLARS



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7 age 14-C +Jeistncr/dHar Friday, April 17. 1964 LEGAL NOTICE N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNT/. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 2381 i:> i F'KPKRAL SAVINGS AXII I IAN ASSi ..'; VTH l.N I >K VMM' INTON. a Knit.,I Sin. Imeri. i curpot nllon, Plaintiff, \ s :i > LEWIS inn) i >R< iTHY l.. 1WIS, his wife i ..I. I >ei. ml nil -. NOTICE OF SUIT P Ti .i i.. a :ami I N rothj i. i." >-. his wife, Residence I'nkunwti, ii i. mart i-d (heir unknown spoti-os. ) living mil if dead, tinunknown I'.-. .!. i-.-.-s, Ul:illh-a--i's II. -. nors, creditors, trustees "i other ImuniH claiming hy, through, uu i>r against an) ill | he -• 1 • %  %  \. Jeei ..-•-.i I In reb) notlfh .1 Ihii i the %  %  \ Cllpl Ion. .1 a. ,"ii hits 1 %  ---? %  MI • ilittei • t >OII in ilil %  in i HI ill. i:i. \. HI I. .ludii i.ii <'ii Itiof Kli d I.1 Hutli '' % %  n> i. i niorti e ti|Hin thi low ing described n 1 34, i:l-.. I, ":• i 'I I: I'lSh I'AUK .-.... ilinu in ;li. Plal then %  i Iiblii I;, ii ii .1uf Imi • \ou ..i 1.. nil i • implalnt with tin erk til i I.I i 'inn i. ..u-i %  til' mi in M VKTIX I INK. Mm Floor, lie I", .'-ril I in Idlng, -M1.1 n Ihan Ma; ;i I leei i* I'tii Coufi — %  • A II: I %  I t •• •: t I.KATHKISMAN i he C It C< ii i' i i>ii-:i. AM • I ii ..MIX Clei k VUTIN I N i: ii.i ii. \ i r Plaintiff Hi F'li II .1-. ileral I:In.le Coun. anil file the same in duplicate ill us provided in Section 7:::: lit. lorldn Statutes, in their offleee Ii • • """.'iinr-.Courthouse in Had.t"..iin. lTi.ii.ln within si\ ilendai oaths from tin tint.of tinfirst i.ll.'atlorl hi i. of, .-II'I. .m.win barred I'in.-.I :.t Miami. Florida, this 31*1 > ..i March, AD. i6i. VK11A KP.KRHAKT As Executrix Flrsl publication ..f this in.ii. on • .3rd day ( April, i:>..i VNTKL LKKKI. it..rn.-y foi Executrix til Floor I'.i I,Federal rtlda Innii, H..i ..I.I I in %  %  : i NJ THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62697 C RE IM.it.. id Til. UK HIRSCH Peci-an I NOTICE TO CREDITORS All i'i Ilrtirs :,n,l All |', ...,,,. || e. I g Claims in n.m.mds Against Bnidl -till'-: v,.ii .-, r .h.i-.-l.y notified nnd r. I %  '"'• %  l '" pr it any claims and deands which you mty hate against i • stat. of TTLLlE H1RSCH de• %  '*•• i 1 -"ol l'.ni,. county, Florida • tinCount) Judge* of l>ade Couh• and flli Hi.name In . ifrM l."l'IS IIIKSCII As Adnflnlatrktor I ir.-t inililic.ilii.il ,,f i Innotlci on ..3rd day of v-iil i-..;i .BOKATtD <; BGKRT M>. i-. Il.-lm.ui & Kat.lat. it..in. v for Administrator ">0 8.W. 1st Street %  ami ::. Flnri.la 4 S-10-1T-S1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 3263 THI: \\-|i.i.iA.\isi:ri:i;n SAVIXUM 1IAXK, Plaintiff M: \\ CARTER :ui-i SARAH <\\I:TKI:. his wife. ,t al, I •' %  l.-li'laiu. NOTICE OF SUIT Tic Dean ^'aitcr and Sarah Carter, 11 if— wife, I'll" Bolton Uric. N.W. Apartment So, Atlanta. Geonfla are hereto) notified that the %  aptldned action has been Inagainst you in the Circuit tinllth Judicial I'ir.uit in ami :..r [hide County a mortfiam ni.on the folles.rih.-.i t.-.ii property: -i II, ab. %  tltuted Court of Florida foreclose lew ini Lot :'. Block % %  : FIRST AUDITION TO CAROL CITY, according lo the pht thereof, recorded in Flat Book 60 at I'au.!•• of tinPublic Ri ordu ..f l 'ail. County, Floi Ida Y..H ai.reoiilreil t.. til. youi un-w.r t.. i.iaintiffs confntaint with t'-. Clerk ..f tinaf..r.-.-ai.l Court, and serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffattorney. MARTIN' KINK, llth Floor, I'a.I. Federal Building. Mian Florid .. nol later than A pi il :'7. ..r a I'.-. v. .Pro '.-Hies-,, w ill I ..uai.'-t \ DATKD: .Mai ch LI IM4 i:. I: I.KATHF.RMAX • 'Ii l; ..: the 'Ii cull < "..an By: K M I.VMAN l'e|.i:t. iletk MARTIN F1XK Attorne) for Plaintiff iith l-'i Bade IV lei -I % % % %  '< Miami :::'. 1lot kill :: .'7 4 3-10-17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 62626-C IN" 111'.: Estate of ROBERTA M \i: I'l'.l'SsTl.l.. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All iv..lii...s ..nil AH Persons Having 'aminr Demands Against Said i:-t He: i You ar.hereb) notified and re-I quired t-. I'les.-iit an) claims and I demands which you may hnVe agalnel i the estate of ROBERTA MAE TRP8SKI. I. deceased late ..i l'.ni.Countv, Florida, t.. tinCount) Judgef .1 Dade i County, and file the -am.in duplicate land aprovldeB in Section 73 It Florida Statutes, in their offlct in IN THE CIRCUIT COL^T OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 3299 JAMES MIM1BAM, Ptuinflff. vs. P.11BKRT1 • I: OZETE and DELIA I'ZKTi:, hi"it.-, an.I \\ IN'l'NA IXVESTMEXT i'< >.\II'AX V. a Florida corporation, 1 ..%  '. n.lant.-. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: IttHtERTO R. I'/KTK ami I'KI.IA OZETE, hiwife, ami WINOXA lNVi:STMI-:XT COMPANY Kesi.ieii.-e Dnknown YOI" AND EACH "I-" VAT \I:K HER*:BY NOTIFIED that a l'-ill ol r I Complaint t.. foreckwe •' lie" "" '•' :n ntorUravea on Ihe following deacrlbi .1 properties, to-wll: in Mortgage from William Dayoub and Josephina Lmycub. hiwife, in favor -t C-mtllTo R, OZETE ami DELIA OZETE, his wf.-. dateil Jantiar) "-. 1*65. and recorded in official I P. i.iI look 1, at 1'ai.v ITS, ..f the Puhii. Records "t Dade County. Florida, encumbering the following dea.i ih.-.i property, t-.-wlt -. I...I is. Block 13, WINONA PARK FIRST ADDITION, according to the Plat thereol arecorded in Plat Book 17. at Paw i". "t the Publl Records ..t I Mile Onint) Florida: together with all improvements, I furnit ire, fixtures ami ..II other i chattels, now or herenftci contained i there n. iL'i Mortgage from Antonln Rarcla innd flloria (latela, ins wife, in favoi I i nil. ial K. lT. of tinPublh ..nut ^. I':... Ida, enullow ing dew i Is -l NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 3307 LFRED RDWARD HARRIS" iN Plaintiff, vs. VOER A. HAKIMS. .X 1'. t. n.lant SUIT FOR DIVORCE IIAI;!:I: \. HARRISON p. -iil.-m .I'nknow ti Voil, HAOER A HARRISON .,, i. by notified that a Kill ,.f c.mfor Dlvorei hai been filed -ainst you, and you are requ red I %  M-rve a cony of your Anaw Plead%  : t.. the Kill of Complaint ot thi i-iintiffattorney, Edward Husak .no Northweal 7th St., Miami. 1-1 .ri.l., Find file thi original Answer ..i Pleadig in the office of the clerk ..f the mint c.nrt on i r before the ith 'ay Of May. l:n",l. |f y„„ f.|| t( ,|,, -,. a.imn.ni by default win be taken ; .nn-i M,.I f,,, the relief demanded .n the Kill of Complaint. This notice shall be publlahed once %  h w.-.-k for four consecutive weeka THE JEWISH FLORIDIAX l-iNK l\'|i i RDBRED at Miami. JorlOn, this 1st ilay of April, A.I'. K B. l.KATHKRMAN, Cl.-rk %  ircnit Court, Bade County, Florida %  •all By: K. M I.Y.MAN Deputy Clerk iWARn nr-s IK :70 N.W. 7th St. Miami, Florida .tti.riiey for Plaintiff 4 '3-10-17-24 th,Count) Courthousi in Dad ly, Florida, within six cal m..nthfrom tintime of the publication hereof, ..r the same be barred. Dati .1 al Ml in I. Florida da) of March, A i> I-.I A JAY i KISTlll. As Administrator Firsl publication ..i tins 27th da) ol Mi., h. isi".4 W.-intiaiih, VV'eintmub tt Crlstol AI i..i n. > s for AdminIstrator Thirteenth Fluor, I '.i.i. I .1.-1-., i i -1. i :'l N.l-:. isi Ave .Miami i : B) : A JAY I IRISTi IL > ^7. I 3-10-17 ..uii%  mlai lii -t will thi'.'"tli %  of ROBERTO R. OZETK ami DELIA i oZETE, his wit., datml January I 1962, i %  %  rd< .1 In %  Book swn, ui I'agi Records of l>nde C cumbering the fi | propvrt). to-wli: l..,t 12, Block IS, WlN'iV \ PARK i-iKST ADIHTION, acconllng t.. the Plat then of arei orded in I'lal K-...k 17 al Page > %  '. of thi Public p....uiof I'a.l.County, Florida togethtr with ail improvements, furniture, fixtures ami all other I chat I els, no* cr hereuttei contained th.r.in: 'habeen i ..I against you ami you aii> of your answer ..r other pleading t.. Ihe Kill of C plain! upon SPoNDER arftl ii.iM'.M. Attorneys fi.r th.Plaintiff, li">! N.K u.'.ih Street, North Miami. Kli.ri.la. and file Ihe original Bnswer ..iother pleading in the Office .'.i the Clerk ..i the I"II. n il Court in Miami. Florida, on IT before the J7th il" ol April, P">4; ctlicrwise if you l.ul t. so do. a Decree Pro Cvnfesso "Will be entered agatnal you fr tinrelief demanded in th.Kill ..f Complaint, DATED ..t .Miami. Florida, this ISth 'la x ..f March. P.i64. K B LEATHERMAX Cl.-rk of the Circuit Couri I '.i.i.Ctiunty Florida '• %  li By: c P i"i'l'i:i.AN"l' l 'eputy clerk .; .'7, i 3-10-1T IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT 1 IN" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62.625.-A in RE: Estati ..t l'AII. A MAC VROFF I eC.-a-e, r.'i.l LI-XiN" A. EPSTEIN As Aillninlstral..r First publication of thin notice on the L'7th day of March. 1964. LEON A. EPSTEIN Attorney for Administrator 420 Lincoln It.mil Miami Beat h. Florida 3. -•;, 4/3-10-17 Said IN THE COUNTY JUDGF'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62709 B IF —' ti ol DAVID PHILLIPS I'. ,,-e.l. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To A'l anil All p, Ina Claims ...1 Beinamls I Kst.il. You ar. he-eb) notified and n quired t.. pre nt an) mil di mands hi. li \ nti ma\ h i\. Ihe e.-ta t DAVID PHILLIPS .leased I lie of Bade County, FI • .1 the count) .in.ie,-s of Hole i ty, ami file the -am-in 'IlipUes • I as provided In Sect Ion 7 1 16, l"i... i.i Statutes, in Ho ir ..ui.,-n u,.. „ u „. y Courthouse In Hail. County; FlTu Ida, within six calendar months from "'• "' th.first publkatioti hi I of, ,,r the same will be rim red Dated at Miami. Florida, tills da) ol March. A.I 1. IMH KYP.THA MAE PHILLIPS Cm NATIONAL BANK 27th F MIAMI BEACH formerly The North Shore Bank ... : > %  I'Hiilei A. Caaner McI r.-l.lent and Trust Officer ... As Executors tl, r'l P UW, JJ I <*, 0 this notice he .(r,| ,|„v ,,f April, 1964 IKVINi: 1 YPKN |.AW OFFICES Attorney f.. r Executors K2.1 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach, Florida 4'3-10-17-24 NOTICE OF APPLICATION rur. .AX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File No. AA-21366 v. rn.'i. is HEREBY tllVEN thai I, i \\ s rgel, holder ol City 1,1 ii, ileah. FI i-i Tnx Kile 1 "ertlflmd or 1 ••' Hlafeah. Florida \ m Men c. ipt'i. ates mi.ui.. red I iv I'-'i. 61 I %  .,,,,1 i the ".'^th da) .-i *ln) A 1' 1'".haIn m> ol ami has made application foi tax di ,-.i tn be Iss 11 1 1 hi reon Said %  It,., enil.-.l e tile folloWJng I I i-rlheil oropetty, lit Ihe Count) ol 1. .1. stab ..I Floi Ida, to-wit: I .,, ,i i-;t 1... 1 7. RI 11 1. '"K 11 1I ; ,h isth v.i.in Mmi PI Pint B %  I I" igi 37, Si t i"ii s. Tow nshlp Knul Knsl in Ihe Cll ol II ii, ih, Count) of Dade, SI li %  F'lorldn, as embraced In Tax Sail i". rllfli ate No. 1 IS .1 prop< l) undi r tl ilfl, ,..,. in the nanfe "t 1 1: S|iarkr Lot 7. Rio. '. • VVesll a\i-n Hi r.l \.i li Plat B 'age SI .... 'i I. ih, Count) o" : 'ai %  Si Ida, %  ,, !-. ,. "i". ath %  Ki.it liiHik Paa Tow 1 Range 41 K -' 1 %  f 14in|< Ci ly ol : in S|>. clal Assi ii. .\.. ill Thi ..-• ler.l ol li 1 el %  the naiin i" \\ tin) \\ -.•' of Tl 23 FC, II la lea h llth Addition Rev.. Phil Bcnik 31. Paci %  ;<. Si t Ion Tow nshlp %  %  s.-ui h, Range 11 Ka-t a the Clt) of llia1. .1I1. Countv ol Dade, Stat. of Florida, aembraced In Special Assessment Lien Certificate No 611. The assessment ..t aald propertj under Ihe said cerllflinte Issued was in th. nam. of .1 P Adams. Lots %  :' %  A '.'•'.. Block 1. Bougalnvllla Hgts., Pint Book IS, Pai;.71 Section 31, Township '•:' South Range U East, m th,City of llial.-ah. County of Bade, state .-f Florida. as .-ml.r... .-il .11 Special Assessment Men iVi -tiiTcat. No ';t> The assessment of sai.i property tinder the said certlficati Issued wns in the 11.innof R ,v 1. Palvert. Wits :: Thru 1'.. Block %  ". till Ave Exi t.. Dial-ah. Ki.it Book 11. Page R3, Section 31, Township 52 South, Range tl K..-1. in the Clt) of llialeah. County of Ilnde, St.it...i Florida, as embraced in Special Asse-sineiit l.i.n Certificate No 6S0, The a--.-s-ni. nt -i" -ai.l |.i..p. '-ty unhr the sai.i cert It lent e Issued was in the name of 1 ft II Dxledalc XI Ti :: l.sVV :.•.•.".'. Logan Crest i Revised, Plat Bonk S, Paa* JS. pec-1 tlon ::-'. Township '.:' South. Range tl Bast, in the City of Hialen' | Count) ..f linde, Slate of Florldu. a< embraced In Special Ass.-swmetit I Lien Certificate-No tt4!l The assess-1 m.-nt of said |>rofft>rty untWr th. .-aid certificate Issued was in the name ol II A Hughe£ I'nl.-ss said c.-rtitT'-ates shall be roileeineil a.-cording to law, the property described herein will be -"11 to ii. highest bidder at th.-cnrt House door on the first Monday In the month of May, AH. lMfli. which Is the 4th day of May, A.0. 1964, Kit. ,1 this 1st .lac of April. A IV 1!"'.!. K 1! I.KATIHCRMAV, Clerk Circuit Court, I >a,le Cotiijtv. Florida — all B) : It M I^TEPER. Deputy clerk I :-tn.lT.4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 640 3546 ..u ami you are required to I %  '"' 1 copy of your answer or pleadI Ing to th. complaint on the plaintiffs attorneys, CAID1X ft it. >THKN"KK1:<; : "' Blscayne Kail.ling, Miami. Florida, and file the original In the offl t th,Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the Ith da) ... May, l'o;t or 1 'To c 'sso will be entered -' )ou. BATED th.31sl da) ..f Man K H LE \TTIi:i:\i \\ Clerk .t the Circuit Court isenl] II) K M. I.Y.MAN I ., %  -!!> I 4 S-10-1T-S4 '\J H A C0UNTV JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62373-A 1 UK l.-t..t,-,,f MOLLIF: EISNER I '.-. a. I, NOTICE TO CREDITORS A" 1 reditors .,,,.1 All Persons II. ,v".?_.. "' Demands Against s.ii.l You ar, h.-r.by n..tifi.-.l ami r.-.iulrm.n!j; ii'rrj' anj ••'''• ana de. mamis which you inn* have usalnst /:'• %  Mi.i.iFnsNl^ d" 1 ai.or Had.county, i-Toruia '"'•• •""]' -lodges ,.f Hade cmntv"s .,1 Jl..'"', B "J n *.. ,n 'indicate, and •-V. '!' s, lH "" "'*'. Florida M.. ..t.s „, their offlcei in the CuuT > ourthouse in Hade County FT.,r'• ll1 "' urM publication here..!, Ol the sal,,,will he I.Trir.l. ""• %  I ... Miami, Florida, this ;stb 't.i> of FVbrunri, A.D. mci HXKRI I. Yi'Kv m X ~ Co-Kxr.-lllor First pnl.h, a th,,, „f ,hisnotice on 'civ .'.'?; "' M: "-' %  K-64 iRVl.Nt; CYPEN l.wv nKvirnra Attorney f, T Ksiate M ... Arthur Omlir.-.v R„„,i Miami p....,,!,. Florida :: :: t/i-10-11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jenisti nrec0ifa r solicits your legal noticog. W appreciate your patronage and guarantM accurate service at legal rates mat 111 :M,I lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCl r \ AND FOR DADE COLNT' FLORIDA. IN CHANCERS No. 64C 1448 : K VNTEH and I.I Is I ill'-, v \l Tl I VRTS. IN 1 .1! I ., -. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T YiNi; it \||\" ami MI1.I 'I HAHN, his w i'. '. 1: \ -tin. nt 2 Atlanta, .;. %  1 gin Y. .1 IRVIXO HAHN BRED HAHN. are hen %  1 -nit has b.-.-n filed in ll -'-. ui ig..Inst \"ii b I K 1\ l'l-:i: ..ml I.i:. 1 1 ,F:S, n lii. Ii said suit h 1b. -. n in si. • I tor the pill pose of can. • Hai ol !• isi agrei 111. in dated 1 ii togethei with option t.. pun • 1 hi follow nig ilesi bed propel 1 i' it I-•'s. 13 ami 81, 1. -s the F K.t Right-of-way, and all of l^.tti 1 .".". both Inclusive, in KAKAVII.I.A HEIGHTS ADDITION, Block P according lo the Plat thereof r. I'onletl in Plat Rook I, ai P..o • of the Public Records of Dad. Count). Florida. Yin" ARK FJBQTlRER t" s.rv,. ., copy of your answer or other ing on Plaintiffs' attorney, Aaron M Kanner. 2 1", BeCttrity T'ru.-t Buildlnt! Miami ::L'. Florida, and file thi inal 111 the offl f the Clerk -.1 th. above Court on or before ihe tth ... of May, P'i'.i. ami If you fall t.. do jn.lgm.-nt by default will be against you for the r.-li.-t den il in the < 'oinplaint This Notice hall U published 1 each week for lour consecutive w.. in TIIK JEWISH Fl.i'KlHI \N" DATED at Mi.,1111. Had. .' Florida, this _'7th day ol March. A |i I I'll I. K B, LEATHERM.VN Cleik ..f th.1 'Ircull Court 'seal 1 K> 1 '. p 1 '. I|-I:I.A\"I Deput) Cleik AARtiN MKANNKR 'I, S.-ciirii' Tri-t Kldg. Miami ":'. IT.i -lii 3-J24! 4'3-IO-l7-".l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl..." th. undersigned, desiring t-. enghgi business iiml.-i the fictitious n 11 • NATIONAL 1".' -H MAItKirr at ii Douglas P.oai. Miami Intends t" [net Bald name with the 1 Circuit Court of I lade County, Hot 1 KAIK-Hi: \L MARKETS, INC A Fin. Corp HERBERT B. VVILEN*KY Attorn. \ ..I. l.is. j) mBldg. 4 3-10-17 :t IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61480C In RB: Batate of BARBARA ANN MORGAN I leoeaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and AM Pe v .sons 11 i> ing '"l.iimv or Heniamls Again-! Sa I Instate: You are hereby not.tied and r> .iulr,-,i to present an) claims and demands winch \ou ma) haw against the .state of BARBARA ANN MORGAN li .eased late of Hade Count-. Florida! i" the Count) Judges ol Da County, and tile th.same in duplicate and. as provided In Section 783.16, ITori.la Statutes. In their it fl.es in the Count) Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within .-i\ calendar months from the time of ho fir-t publication hereof, or the iam. win I,.barred. Dated at Miami. Florida. Ihla ->"" da) of March, A.D, IS64 ANN MORGAN As Administratrix First publication of this notice <"i th.27th da) of Man h, I -' Ki '\Ni:it tiMANNIIKIMI.K Attorneys f.-i AdmlnlHUratrlg 300 I 'up..nt ITa/.i Center Mi.1 mi. Florida I -"• I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVI S the iiiidei'signi d. desiring to %  111 business under the ficlltious I or CHATKAK APARTMENTS 1.V.7-I.V.H Kiiclld Avenue. Mja I l.-ach. I-Torl.l.i, inletnl t-' ri said name with the Clerk ..r the • • ult Court ..f Hade Countv. Florid;. lll'S KCKI.ANH MOI.l.11'7 Kl'RLAXD I'.HltARH & Nin.SON". < %  <>: Lincoln Road. Miami Bench, l-Ta Attorney's r..r Chateau Apurti : J7 4 3-K 17 NOTICE UNOtrt FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVFiN in:' the undersigned, ,I. siring to entrogi lajsiness under the fictitious name KScJCIItF; I'I .It CIFTS at Hade I ""'' ty. F'lorlda, intend to register SB'" name with the Clerk of the Circuit Com 1 of DadCounty. FTornla IvSOClRK K"R GIFTS, INC. a Florida corporation. Owner of ESUL'litE i""R '•'>' %  SIHNKY F:PRONS\>N „ ,,„. Attorney for Esquire for Olfls, "" 341 Beourlt) Trust Bldg. .. Miami 3-', Florida 3 "-'.. •/•



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Friday, April 17, 1964 +Jewisti fterMian Page 5-B Cancer Corps Fashion Show B ACOfl Unit of the Women's Corps Of the Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute announces a i > > m Home Modernization Office Remodeling Home Additions General Contracting L-P. CONSTRU CTION COMPANY JII61W n" HIAUAH. HOtlOA ) LEO BERG Phones: JE 1-5562 or 821-0651 Have Kasha with noodles tonight < < < 4 < i i id u&eite KASH FREE KASHA COOKBOOK EASY New recipes and menu ideas for modern meals TO %  and entertaining with Kasha. Address request SERVei xo: Phyllis Wolff,,Penn Yan. New York MAM, THAT'S A DISHI NEW.. :c. a—g 'J!fpf m itnen MASTER CRAFTSMEN IN THE ART OF FINE CUSTOM FRAMING!!! %  JEW mon efficient NEVV method, NEW. "•••" NEW, dMl k]C\A/ itoH of tome of r,tWT the souths finest artisans PICTURE SpsjdciU^m^. in. • APARTMENTS • HOTELS • MOTELS FRAMING • WHOLESALE • RETAIL CUSTOMER SATISFACTION GUARANTEED • NO JOB TOO SMALL OR LARGE iltW C i inent (J>roJ>. also, a complete line of beautiful reproductions Phone JE 2-5502 1740 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH



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* Jen1st Meridian Page 11-B ying a good laugh over lines of the melodrama, "Pure e Driven Snow," by Paul Loomis. are (seated) Leon Unaer, ^rt.tor of the play, who also has a leading role. Looking n (left to right) are Harvey E. Kramer, J. bernard Spector, • Rudt, and James Knopke. cir B'rith Women of Coral ill hoi I their final meetthe year "ii Tuesday. 8:30 at Hiliel House on the I'm Miami campus. Elec. i installation nf officers c place. %  r Meeting of Season Beth Sholom StS Thespians Drama Temple Thespian oi Temple Beth Sholom will present a performance ni "Pure ;ithe Driven Snow," b) Paul Loomis, at the "Cafe Theatre" of the Temple on Saturday evening, Apr 25 at 8:15 p.m., according to an announcement by James M. Knopke, chairman of the yroup. Sisterhood of Beth Sholom is sponsoring the performance, proceeds of which will o to the Sisterhood's Religious School Sub: sidy Fund. Also featured will be refreshments and a "sing-along" with Sam Rudt, a member of the Thespians, at the piano, with specialty songs by Sam Slavui, also Thespian. Members oi the cast and backstage personnel include Charlotte Vogel, Leon Unger, Esther Commanday, .till Arkin, Alice Lee, Harvej Kramer, J. Bernard Spector, Ted Dortch, Judy Gerard, Shirley Friedman, Ethel Wolk, Bunny Jafle. and Natalie llalpert. Production staff arc director. Leon linger; stage manager, Philip Davis; lighting manager. Steve Krams; costumes. Essie Abrams and Helen Knopke; sets, Philip Davis and Martin Steiner; set designer, Anne Kramer; tickets, Sylvia Davis and Iris Unger; publicity, Helen Knopke and Betty Malakoff; production manager, James Knopke. (inth Graders To late Anniversary grade students of the Academy will stage a pro. am n honor of the birth of the, ate of Israel on Friday in the' 100 auditorium. ring the program will be nal script written by Rab-I Morris L. Horovitz. assistant I and ninth grade instructsAcademy • i cial candlelighting cerei.ny celebrating Israel's 16th an-' rj has been arranged by p Alexander S dross, prillthe Academy. Represene from each class will partin the ceremony. NOW OPEN at 11:30 a.m. DAILY \ for LUNCH i Ik CRIAMID CHICKIN 'A l. RlMfl $1XC iV,m. ntilH I.O J STUFFED CAKlAGi ?,;.-•" *i.40 BtEF GOULASH E'oad Ntodles si AA fresh Vagatakla I.OVi POT ROAST Sandwich**, Steaks, Soupi, Salads Daily Specials Cocktails f CHANDLERS '21st STREET off COLLINS MIAMI BEACH. JE B-0523 Judea Meeting Scheduled Sunday Temple Judea will hold a congressional meeting on Sunday, 8 p.m., to outline future plans. Speakers will include Dr. George Balber. secretary of the Temple; Mrs. George Baum. chairman, education Committee; Mrs. Frank Toback, president ot Sisterhood; Mori Zimmerman, vice president of Men'Club; Mrs. Mi Kin Schwartz, chairman of Cotillion; Herbert Rose, representative ot Boy Scouts Oriqinal HOFFMANS CAFETERIA SERVING THE FINEST IN FOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR ORGANIZATIONS, GROUPS, PARTIES, ETC. OPEN All YEAR 1450 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. II It A I I HltO SPANISH RESTAURANT Specialty of the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA" OPEN 11 AM Til 10 P.M. DAILY 2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone NE 3 9496 Sen. Gore Lauds Israel's Achievements At Anniversary Fete for Charcowskys Sen, Albert (Jure of Tennessee, a ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, lauded the State of Israel "and the excellent work it has accomplished (fliring the young nation's 16-year history." Sen. Gore spoke to a capacity audience in the French and Jade Rooms of the Fontaineblcau Hotel on Sunday evening. The function, sponsored by the South Florida Districts of the Zionist Organization of America, was in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky for their many contributions to the State of Israel. Sen. Gore told the 400 persons in attendance that "the present world situation increases the appeal and importance of Israel because it stands as a democratic state in the midst of authoritarianism." Discussing his trip to the Middle Fast, the Tennessee legislator contrasted the modern industrial world of Israel with the feudal societies by winch the young republic i> surrounde I. Vnnouncing the discovery ol an atomic d v i c • %  ;it Oak Ridge, Tei II t" remove -alt from sea Mid produce electricity at tl %  same time, (lore noted that "private enterprise in the U.S. will undoubtedly oppose its use." But, he declared, "the logical place to initiate the process as a pilot project would be Israel." Dr. Irving Lcnrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI. presented the fifth annual Service Award for Israel to Mr. and Mrs. Charcowsky on behalf of the South Florida ZOA Districts. Joseph Mechlow. a vice president of the Miami Beach Zionist District was in charge Of a special candle lighting ceremony honoring 'In ltith anniversarj of Israel'inde pendence, with Jacob Rifkin hold ing the pilot candle. Jack S I'opick and Leonard Rosen served as co-chairmen of the celebration. Circuit Court Judge Harold Spaet was toastmaster. Also on the program was Rabbi Alexander Gross, of the Hebrew Beach Woman Wins Contest Mrs. Bella Fishman. of 5334 La Gorce Dr., Miami Beach, is lucky when it comes to guessing quantities of nickels. She guessed 15.075 were in a container filled with 15,111 and won the Jefferson National Bank contest, a trip to the Washington area, including stops at Monticello (Thomas Jefferson's home) and the University of Virginia (designed by Jefferson' Arthur H. Courshon, chairman of the board of Jefferson National, announced the winner at dedication ceremonies for the new Jefferson National Bank building located at 301-41st St., at Pinetree Dr. KING ARTHUR'S COURT The STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, C. Owner Sen Gore was introduced by Mortimer May, two time former president ol the national ZOA, who divides hitime between Miami Beach and Nashville, Tenn. Featured entertainer was the reAcademy; Rabbi David Shapiro, nowned Molly Picon. Special spiritual leader of Temple Sinai in recognition went to Metro Mayo. Hollywood; and Louis B. 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%  tt r Page lWtr" —* --9Jml&ncr*&*' 7 %  Friday. ApriT 1", 1364 Among Races in the May 5 Elections Following is a list of candidates running for office in the May 5 out: "1 'SSHJS^S'Jli ates and races. other genera^ ^ropna,,^ bd. wbjcj. legislation to repeal sections.) Kenneth Myer$ Attorney Kenneth Myers, in his first bid for an elective post, is candidate for Dado's legislative delegation from Group 5. introduced attorney general to succeed RichI l ne inventory tax, and supported ard W. Ervin. Kynes. an attorney | ,i le implementation of the Kerrin Ocala. also says he "worked en-1 Mills medical assistance bill, the thusiastically to push through the j E(luca ,i 0na i Bond program and 1963 amendment to provide A* {ha Sunland Training Center for Having served as special attorni.ancing lor expanded recreational Dadc County. ey for the Dadc delegation during the 1963 session of the Florida Legislature. Myers states: "I came away with the conviction that much needs to be done lor Dade County's interests. I am not satisfied that Dade County has only one representative for every 75.000 while other counties facilities throughout Florida visitors and home folks." for I Ralph Poston Native Miamian Ralph Poston. seeking election to the State Leg islature in Group 2. is running on a platform of "economy in government: fairness to our people; have one to every 10.000; and that growth of Dade County." Dade Countv gets back 20 cents A member of the Metro Examlor every gasoline tax dollar as ir.ing Board, Poston's means to his against S4.17 return tor the same • EFG" program includes "repeal tax dollar elsewhere. I of the inventory tax and additional These and other inequities must lax on auto licenses, secure a fair he chansed. and if I am elected. I apportionment of the legislature. will work with the Dade delegation in attempting to solve these problems." says Myers. assist our senior citizens, protect existing industry while providing for the promotion of new space age and other industries, and James W. Kynet spur tourism through coordination Attorney General James W. ol promotional material." Kynes. seeking to retain his state cabinet post, calls attention to his Walter Weiss 'having organized the Commission Former Mayor of Homestead, on the Aged and helped obtain realtor Walter Weiss is making a passage of legislation that probid for a seat in the State Legisvided hospital services for senior [ature from Group 11. citizens." Weiss, who has served on the An executive assistant to the D a ,j c County Board of County governor before being appointed commissioners and on the Crime Commission of Greater Miami, is pledging himself "tc advance our vital water resources control pro. gram, obtain a more equitable | share of State Road Funds for Dade County, work toward the ex; pansion of our educational sys-1 tern, and further the expansion of : industry and tourism to provide '' more and better jobs." Senior Citizens Program Slated "Do You Hate Yourself?" is the second program of the "World and the Senior Citizen" series being presented by the People Speak Town Hall Forum in cooperation with the Mental Health Society On Friday. 8 p.m.. at Washington Federal Auditorium. 1234 Washington Ave. Panelists will be Dr. Erwin Stasek, psychologist; Miss Priscilla Hayden, director, Welfare Planning Council: and Marvin S. Schreiber, executive director. Senior Citizen Day (enters. Chaim Ro-e is moderator George Whiting George Whiting, 43-year-old bosGeorge Whiting. 43-year-old businessman, opened his campaign for State Legislature in Group 14 with a plea to the voters "to return Government to the people." A travel agency owner. Whiting calls for "a Senior Citizens program which will include plans to find more jobs for Senior Citizens, a network of Junior Colleges, and raises in pay for teachers. "Let's repeal the auto tag increase." says Whiting, "and above all. 1 am opposed unalterably to any sales tax on food and drugs." &f Arthur Young Born in Dade County in 1934. Arthur Young. State Legislature candidate from Group 14. believes "the people are entitled to a fulltime government, not a legislature which meets every other year enabling controversial subjects to get lost—and Dade's taxes to go up." An active civic worker. Young is a past president of North Miami Beach • Jaycees. and past State vice president of Dade and Monroe County Jaycees. Covering the state for the Jaycees, Young says "I could see first-hand where Dade County was not receiving her fair share of state funds. If 1 am elected, this will be one of my first considerations. I also will agitate for a four-year State College for Dade County, better roads and promotion of tourism and light industry." • .*. • Creed Alderson Businessman-educator Creed Al derson. Democratic candidate for Group 3 State Legislature, pledges ; "integrity in government" and I asks all Dade County to "give me I your support on May 5." A veteran of the Korean War. i Alderson is a stockbroker and a member of the Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce, Florida Adult Education Associatbi and National Association of Public School Adult Educators. • o Rufu* C. Sundie A graduate of Univer-.cy of Miami Law School, living here since 1946. Rufus C. Sundie. candidate for Judge in Small Claims Court. Group 2, states "1 owe no duty to any person, organ -.jtmn or pressure group, and conduct the court with dign and integrity.'* Practising as an attor ;n Miami for the past 14 year Sundie is a member of the iorida and American Bar Assoi itions, and pledges that "all data will be given the same impart and taisconsideration if I am el< 1 HARRY CORDON IIF CSORQON IAMBI P OOROOM GORDON FUNERAL HOME Ev. \ NIII ('OROON Founder, Deceased A Good Name Is Far Better Than Riches Tom Spencer Fair apportionment will open the door to Florida's greatest era of advancement and prosperity," says Slate Hep. Tom Spencer. seeking reelection in Group 11, and 1 will continue to fight for fair apportionment." Calling attention to his record in the l!i<;:s session. Spencer points GELB MONUMENTS INC. 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Fiiday, April 17, 1964 -Jenisfi nortdlk^n Page Il-A MANY AM PROMINENT NATIONALLY Miami Leaders are Playing Key Roles in Sessions Over Weekend Greater Miami affiliates of the American i ista 0 ngress are playing key roles al the biennial convention <>i the organization now meeting in the Carillon Hotel. \moiiL. local leaders anRabbi Leon Kronish, national vice president of AJCongress and president of the Southeast Region; Jack Gordon, member of the National Governing Council; Bernard S. Mandler. president of the Metropolitan Chapter. Southeast Region, and chairman of the Commission on Law and Social Action here; Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers life mem ber of AJCongress and a member of the South Florida Council; and Mrs Benjamin Kamen, a national vice president of the Women's Division. In tribute to the biennial, synagogues and temples throughout the Greater Miami area will turn their pulpjts over to American .Jewisfa Congress speakers. Dr. Joachim Prlnz, national president ol AJCongress, will speak at Beth David Congregation nil Prida) evening and at Temple EmanuEl on Saturday morning. Also scheduled lor Friday evening appearances are. Temple Beth Torah, Leo I'lclfoi. general counsel and director of the American Jewish Congress Com mis-ion on Law and Social Action Temple Beth Shirah, Joseph B. Robinson, assistant director. AJCongress Commission on Law and Social Action. Temple Beth Sholom, Shad Polier. Govern ing Council chairman. American Jewish Congress. Temple Menorah, Julius Schatz. community service director, American Jewish Congress. Temple Ner Tamid, Ascher Katz. president. Brooklyn Divisions, American Jewish Congress. Temple Adath Yeshurun, Paul Annes. nation al vice president, American Jewish Con-res-. Programs of AJCongress Defined Continued from Page 10-A arated from the protection oi Jewish right.-. Thus, on the domestic scene, it v. as AJCongress that: Attacked the aim Semitic employment practices of the Arabian American Oil Company Aramco) and—after a legal battle lasting seven years—won a discriminating against Jewish job applicants. Represented Charles Pain, the Ortho.lox grocer from Brook lyn. in challenging the New York Fair Sabbath Law in New York City—a suit that helped win the fight for a law ending the special discrimination imposed on Orthodox Jews and Other Sabbatarians because ol their religion Provided legal counsel for Jewish and non-Jewish parents i pposing school religious practices in Miami—and won the first court decision in U.S. history banning nativity scenes, Crucifixion pageants and other i.votional observances in the public schools. Served as attorney for Jewish parents in Rutherford. N.J.. successfully challenging the distribution of Gideon Bibles to public school children. Led the king struggle to end discrimination in colleges and universities, resulting in the first law in the nation effective ly ending the vicious quota system in higher education and professional schools. Pioneered the first state laws to ban job discrimination. Today, so pur cent of American At Beth Torah UO PfEffER Commission en taw Jews are protected bj state fair employment laws.) Jewish Rights Abroad In international affairs, it was AJCongress that: Exposed the Arab League campaign of boycott and black mail aimed at making American Jews second-class citizens. Helped mobilize American opinion to an understanding and appreciation of Israel's position on the Arab refugee question, on its right to try Adolf Eichmann, on the need for a Jordan Valley Authority and on other vital issues affecting Israel's peace and security. Revealed the continuing presence of Nazis in German Government positions and issued repeated warnings of the revival of neo-Nazism. Documented the plight of the 3.000.000 Jews ol the USSR, and helped formulate demands through U.S. and UN channels for an end to the Soviet Government campaign of cultural and religious genocide against Russian Jewry. Launched the still-unfinish national campaign to win U.S. ratification of the international Genocide Convention. Shabbos for Themselves We of AJCongress have never sought to "make Shabbos for our-elves." We have never limited our concern only to Jewish issues. In terms of our Jewish heritage, in terms of our Jcwi-h history, in terms of our Jew ish experienw, we know freedom is indivisible. The roots of our commitment to the struggle for human rights lor all men lie in the Torah and the Prophets. Yet it is not our heritage alone that impelus to join the fight for freedom. There is also the lesson of Jewish history. Can we forget that only 25 years ago it was Jewish children, in Na/i Germany, who had to attend segregated schools? Can we forget the appeals to the conscience of humanity we made in behalf of our brethren living in concentration camps and (King m extermination centers—only to he met with an awlul silence? Can we now answer the Negro's plea for help in his fight lor equality with the same kind of silence" The Practical Arugments Can we call again on the conscience of humanity—this time in the name of the 3,000.000 Soviet Jews who face cultural and religious extinction—while we give a silent answer to others in their struggle to be free? If there are moral and historical imperatives determining the Jewish commitment to civil rights and civil liberties, there are equally strong practical arguments. For the fact ithat just as the fight against antiSemitism helps the Negro community, so does the effort to help the Negro fight for equality also help Jews. When AJCongress plays a major role in winning enactment of a law giving the Federal Government the right to investigate synagogue bombings, Negro churches also come under FBI protection. When the NAACP wins a Supreme Court ruling against restrictive covenants in the sale of homes, this immediately opens up opportunities for Jews to move into neighborhoods previously barred to them. The Summing Up AJCongress activities have their roots in the heritage and the history of our people—and in the experience of the American Jewish community. AJCongress believes that Jews are first-class citizens, and that we need not fear to take our proud and proper place among Americans of all races and religions in the great national effort to insure life, liberty and the pursnit of happiness for every citizen. JACK CORDON National Governing Council RABBI ItON KRONISH Southeast Region President BERNARD MANDLER Metropolitan President MRS. BENJAMIN KAMEN Women's Vice President Florida Women's Division High On Top Convention Committees Leaders of the Miami and South Florida Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress arc playing key roles in the organization's national biennial convention in the Carillon Hotel. Mrs. Harvey Kramer, president of the Women's Division, heads the (delegation. Mrs. Belle Kamen, a national vice president of the National Women's Division, is serving as a member of the Convention Committee on Law and Social Action. Mr-. Leo C. Steinberg and Mrs. Irving Kaplan are cochairmen of the Hospitality Committee for the convention. Mrs. Mildred Augcnstein is serving as a member of the National Convention Committee. Representing the Louise WiseHerri Chapter arc Mrs. Anna K. White. Mrs. Mary S. Cohen. G? trude Mogul. Mrs Ruth All qucrquc. Mrs. Sadie Raynit MrHannah Grossman. Ml Prances Herder and Mrs. Lilit Hirsch. Delegates of the Miami CIP tcr are Mrs. Pearl Janko. M Rose Weinberger. Mrs. Sain Pi chan-ky, Mrs. Jeanette Gold a Mrs. Jeanette Stern. The Florida Women's Divisi is being represented by Mrs. F. Steinberg. Mrs. Frances Shap and Mrs. Libby Sidersky. The Biscayne Chapter is rep tented by Mrs. Ruth Bruce. M Lynne Zuckerman and M Sylvia Brown Attending the convention representatives of the Justi Chapter are Mrs. Sylvia Silvc Mrs. Irvine Kaplan and M Fthel Wolk. Their Motto: Not Charity but Justice By IRVING KANE Conference tnairman Not relief but redress; not palliation but prevention; not charity but justice—this is the only program worthy of a great and proud people With these words Rabbi Stephen S. Wise is -ued the clarion call to the American Jewish Congress In its formative years. How has AJCongress met the vital issues of its time' How does it face the challenge of the years ahead? Founded by Stephen Wise, Louis Brandeis and other distinguished American Jews in 1918. the American Jewish Congress -et to work at once by sending a delegation to seek inclusion of guarantees for Europe's Jewish minorities in the Versailles peace treaty. The AJCongress delegation also helped win international recognition by the League of Nations of the Balfour Declara tion calling for establishment of a Jewish National Home in Palestine, thus paving the way for the 1947 IN resolution establishing a Jewish state, in the years between (and since), AJCongress has been a foremost spokesman in Israel'struggle to build a land whose people could live in peace, in dignity ami in security When Hitler came to power Germany. AJCongress was t first national organization I warn oi the Nazi danger, launc ied the firsl worldwide count • movement against Nazi persei tion with an intensive boy of German goods and services Biennial in Session Now Continued from Page 1-A will present a selection of Israeli and Jewish music. Jack D. Gordon, of Miami Beach, vice president Of the Southeast Region of A.ICongres-. will introlucc Sen. Humphrey, who will deliver the main address of the evening. Dress will be informal and dietary laws will be observed at the banquet Also on the convention schedule Saturday. 2 p.m., is an Oneg Shabbat sis-ion on "The Quest lor Jewish Identity.'' Rabbi Kronish. of Temple Beth Sholo i. will preside at the session, be held in the Carillon Ha Panelists will include Dr, I'm Paul II. \ ishny, president of i organization's Chicago Counc and Prof. Joseph Landis, QueenCollege. New York, %  noted Jewish social philosoph The convention will concl Sunday following the adoption resolutions and election


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Page 4-B •fJenist* fhrkfiar? Friday, April 17. 1364 By EDYTHE SCHINDLER Maimed, They Survived the Nazi Bestiality Then, one day, it w a s quiet. Haltingly, they walked out of the cave that had been their shelter their home, for these many months. They stood and listened to the quiet. It was Poland, 1945. The war was over. '"Now we have to take destiny in our two hands."' And with those words. Sarah and Hayim Fershko picked their way through the rubble to begin an impossible journey. Before the war. Hayim Fershko had been a concert pianist and a composer. He"d studied in Warsaw and in Vienna. For the Warsaw ballet, he composed many pieces: and many outstanding artists in Poland selected him as accompanist Sarah Fershko started her career as a singer in Poland. She also studied the violin. They lucky people—lucky to have d each other, lucky to h:.\c%  d a commitment in life. Meaning of Defiance Then. Ii i ipricious and made her >\it. The I the curtain : : : rror, standing by in the wings, walked upon the deserted scene. The Warsaw Ghetto spirit came into being. "Every Jew who lived a day in a ghetto or concentration camp was .i hero," said Sarah Fershko. her black eyes turned inward to remember that terrible time. "I would like," she said in a small voice that belied her regal stance and the majestic mass of velvety black hair that crowned her head, "for Hannah Arendt to hear.the words of a song we used "> sing in the ghetto. "It was a folk song, and it told the story of one day of living in a ghetto, how when the wind moved a paper on the-^triat, we jumped in fear. I would Eke —&— THEY MAKE MUSIC TOGETHER her to know what defiance means —how we built a life in the ghetto. Children were taught, lectures held. We organ:.' community. In the bee;' %  le Nazis wanted to destr r spiritual iiie Soon they realized that t > "his part of. us they would have to ce;. us complete!) "Plea • it i. ble. tor people to understand, v.e, who lived through it. tanner telic \ i tually happened:*.' Escape fr6m Ghetto In 134-1. they escaped from the ghetto and aid in .villages and caves until 1945. When the war was over, they' made their way to the town of Szcaecin. a German port on the Baltic Sea. There, many wandering jews congregated; homeless, destitute, they gathered together in the town to begin again. And again they organized. Committees were formed to establish the structure of the group. A cultural department assigned itself the task of reminding the Jew* who they Treat yourself to richness Mmmm rich, mellow flavor and aroma! Delicious New Instant Chase c* 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 rich, natural etserce of coffee ...caotored from our finest beana New Instant Chase A Sanborn CMASE A. SANBORN-FlNE COFFEES FOR 100 YEARS were and what they were. The Fershkos were engaged by the department to perform. Weekly concerts were arranged and the Fershkos I ...•< I train themselves again, •\v, wanted I rform and :.: Ji %  ish D W %  • ant me mi hon< • (if st we had to lean W -.. %  Then they went to Israel, where they spent four years performing in the camps and in the cities. Finally, the Histadrut arranged for them to go to New York, and in 1953 they began a i rt tour of the United States. Hayim Fershko accompanies his wife's melodious soprano and also plays his own compositions. Only Two Hands Now they have a career that spans theaters and concert auditoriums across the country. Recently, their television appearance on the Ed Sullivan pro gram evoked raves from mast to-coast. They are now in Miami Beach after a successful season at Grossinger's. i lost my whole family." said Sarah Fershko. "They are with eighteenthou-and other Jews in a grave in Lutzk. Poland. But I can still believe :n people, so man) good pe pit • %  : ;. the country, i:k.e v r.iy :i.. ... us I • %  th :. %  ..... %  "I %  •-' many layers and secun-' ls elusive. But the jource, | began on the day they took destiny in their two hands ha minated on a plateau. Sarah and Hayim '•' i have between them on! hands. From each of the Nazi tore out an arm. T the Nazi surgeon who bul i without anesthesia, beque.r life bereft of music. t*> the concert artists of the V\ Ghetto, the Nazi -aid. "Now >ou will never play .:.ain And Hayim Fershko himself up to say. 'We will play again." Hayim and Sarah E want us only to hear their :nn c. to delight in it. They \ %  % %  %  to forget what is mi-Sugtf'ne nmsjuum C1101 it IItl 110 WD SWUWilt i" : ." ; — j-*ar'3 ....... ^ OOcTOI UrttOVB roi DlAliTKS. 10W UlOItt DMTC I I Si KA %  ".-IN ANO ••' -SJ 4-oz. lortu Ml GUARJOnra NOM-f ATTtWNft No, they don't come this way. You still have to do a little work. Like opening the can, putting the beans in the pan, heating them. But your reward is instant. Everyone digs in, most of them yell for seconds. And you have two reasons to be pleased with yourself. (1) Heinz (strictly) Vegetarian Beans are strictly delicious. (2) They're good for people. Big on proteins. So be a hero.Tonight, tt \ KOSHER AND PAREVE-THE HEINZ VFRFTARIAM BMU.



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Page 16-C knist fkrldKar Friday. April 17. 1954 Varied Programs Offered to Children by Summer Camps CAMP DIRECTORY FLORIDA Camp Gin Israel of Florida %  Children 6 to 16 located in Deland Heights. D<-land 250 miles from Miami Office at 918 6th St. and 1020 Michigan Ave. Phones 532-5694. 534-0421 Camp Ocala Boys and girls 5 to 16 Located in Ocala National Forest Write 1541 N. Bayshnre Dr.. Miami Or call FR 1-7858. FR 9-8601 Camp Menorah Summer Day-Camp Boys and Girls 3 through 9 Located 75th and Carlyle .Miami Beach Call Temple Office IN 6-2156 Temple Emano-EI Day Camp Boys and Girls Contact Milton Feinstein JE 8 2503 Camp Akiva 1921 Biarritz Drive. Miami Beach Rabbi Stanley B Weiss. Director Call JE 1 7919 NORTH CAROLINA Blue Star Lamp Girls and boys 7 to 17 Located in Hender>onville Write to Harry G. and Herman If. 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 1577 Camp Judaea For boys and girls Located in Hendersonville Write George Stern, Director 50 Whitehall St. S.W. Atlanta 3, Georgia Local information: Ph. 758-8385. JE 1-5556 Camp Pinewood Boys and girls 5 to 17 Located in Hendcr-omille Call Dr and Mrs. Donald D Michclson. MO 7-1808. MO 7 9784 Eli and Fran Meltzer JE 1-677G. JE 8 8696 TENNESSEE Belle Aire Ranch Camp Boys and girls 8 to 17 and Camp Belle Aire Boys and girls 6 to 16 Located in Sparta Write Mr. and Mr-. Reuben Komisar, Director! Route No. 7. Sparta. Tenn. Local representative: Mr-. Bett) Metlika 3140 SW 15th St.. HI 3-3751 NEW YORK ZOA at Klar Silver. Agricultural Train ins School. State of Israel Teenage Summer Camp Write ZOA Youth Dept 145 E. 32nd Street New York City 16. N Y GEORGIA Sky Lake Camps Bovs an I girl 7 to 17 \ ZOA IN TEENAGE SUMMER CAMP ISRAEL at Klar Silver, Agricultural Training School—JULY 6. 1964 AUG. 23. 1964 Non-Profit Educational Project Irtlvltlm n.li.I.CunviTK itlonal Hebrew, S.nin.il -. IBell rlnH :i"'' i I lance -. .(hi HI elnR llnoiighoui I%  • • Land and lVat< r Knrt*, • %  TOTAL. COST $910.00 Pharjri euver .>'l edm-ai nnal and : • • reatlnnal a ] i cl i M nl -.1 in Fl 33 K : %  > A NOW ACCEPTING ENROLLMENT FOR 1964 SEASON Camp AKIVA SUMMER ACADEMY FEE INCLUDES UNDER THE EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP OF tfltoi Stoatey I. Weiss. Hr — tar Lrvin Montgomery. ttMmtie OirtcUr • FREE BUS TRANSPORTATION • FREE KOSHER HOT LUNCHES '• FREE SWIMMING INSTRUCTIONS IN OUR • FREE BAR MITZVAH LESSONS • FREE HEBREW INSTRUCTIONS & STUDY PRIVATE POOL ir SPACIOUS GROUNDS FOR SPORTS • INDOOR SPORTS ARTS & CRAFTS •dr OUTINGS & TRIPS FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE: CAMP AKIVA SUMMER ACADEMY 1021 BIARRITZ DRIVE, M.B. or phone JE 1-7919 Located in Saute* Local representatives: Ira ani Donna SteinmeU Sid and Marilyn Greenspan. \\\ 5 6304 6200692 or Write P.O. Box 159, Miami 4j "AN ADVENTURE IN HEALTH AND HAPPINESS A CAMP PINEWOOD jK HENDERSONVILLE, NC. or en FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 5-17 vejr 250t (t. hiqh i" the grandeur of the Great Sneakey Meuatoinv cool. invigorating healthful climate 7 allergy tree where th growth and development of eoeh child is guided with love, experience and understanding mature, skilled counselor staff Sabbath Services full cultarol ond athletit program tutoring. CALL TODAY FOR ILLUSTRATED BROCHURE PERSONAL INTERVIEWS INVITED THE DIRECTORS Or. ond .Mrs. Oonold D. Michelsoa E/i and Fran Meifrer MO 7-1808-MO 7-9784 JE 1-6776 JE 8-8696 i : j.i? A K. \c: Bom • %  .'fatfl Otftt. A IN FLORIDA'S COOL OCALA NATIONAL FOREST At Camp Ocala, your boy or girl (5-16) will enjoy the most fun-filled summer ever. Coin confidence learning new skills, to*. Daily waterskiing, swimming, ond horsebock riding-no eitra ckarge. Trained by mature counselor-experts fl to every 3 childre*-fripla the average o Boating. Ttnnn, Archery. Dramatics. Team Sport*, Riflery. Golf. Arts A Craftl o Fi.nt.me Licensed Physician and 3 Reg.stereo" Nurses o Fr.aay \ght Sabbath Services O Starts June 29 Full 8 or 4 Week Sessions 0 OH or Wnte for Full Details: 10th OFFICE: 1451 N. BAYSHORE DR., MIAMI Year FR 1-7858 FR 9-8601 DIRECTORS: Dr. Theodore R. Strohl — Benjamin Miller Major Leonard Wotlman — Robert H. Wollman CAMP MENORAH 75th & Carlyle Avenue Summer Day-Camp June 15 through August 7, 1964 3 yeor olds throuch 9 year olds — From 9:00 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 2756 for dttaih and brochure TFMPLE EMAMJ-EL DAY (AMP OUR SEVENTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR JUNE 15 to AUGUST 7 Under the Personal Guidance of DR. IRVING tf HUMAN ond 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 ond DANCING WEEKLY SABBATH SERVICE CAMP JUDAEA OUR llth SEASON FOR BOYS AND GIRLS BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS HENDERSONVILLE, NC. OFFAPIIM UNIT TSOFIM UNIT MACHON (Leadership Training) (4th 5th Grade) (6th 7th Grade) (8:h 9th • '0th G'ade) IN THE PICTURfSOWE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS e ALL LAND and WATER SPORTS o ARTS A CRAFTS • NATURE STUDY MUSIC—DR A M AT.CS O RESIDENT NURSES o Israel Fostered Through Activity, Play. Modern Hebrew, Daily and Sabbath Se. vices — Dietary Laws Observed JEWISH TRADITION and SPIRIT Of ERCTZ FEE: $?J5 Per Session. Plum $10 Registration Fee W55 Full Season. Plus $10 Registration Fee REGISTRATION LMITED TO 170 CAMPERS FIRST SESSION BEGINS JUNE 24th Ends July 21 SECOND SESSION BEGIN JULY 23rd Ends Aug. 18 FULL SEASON BEGINS JUNE 24 Ends AUG. SOUTHERN ZIONIST YOUTH COMMISSION Sponsored by MADASSAH & 2 O.A. .M.inl.. i Amt-IIvail %  •' .•'• A ~ FOR INFORMATION AND CATALOGUE, WRITE GEORGE STERN, Director, 50 Whitehall St. S.W.. Atlanta 3, Co. LOCAL INFORMATION: Ph. 758-8385 or JE 1-5556



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..• Page 12-C *Jmistfhridian Friday. April 17. 1964 Candidates Running Continued from P9 H-C with aiding senior citizens in their fight lor medie.il aid. but I do think there is a better plan than medicare, which only provides for not fair and an equitable plan must be put into effect if the people of Florida are to be honestly represented. "My first act upon taking the o;ith of office as governor will be those covered by Social Security.to ca)) (nc i 0 j, i>laI j V0 back into special session to get this job done Fred O. Dickinson, Jr. Gubernatorial candidate. Sen. Fred Bud Dickinson, speaking recently in Tampa, warned that and get it done right." Haydon Bcrns In his bid for election •Florida must be cognizant of the Govern0 rship of Florida. coming 'Age of Brainpower' and improve the educational system now. so that our nation will continue to be the greatest power in the world." The 42-year-old lather of five points to his record as a State senator, as a representative and as chairman of the Council of 100 to the Mayor Haydon Burns, of Jacksonville, pledges that "I am going to see to is that all our youth have an opportunity for quality education at all levels." While in Miami to attend a Jewish National Fund Concert late last month. Burns "pledged support of Interstate 95's completion, "which amply demonstrates that siving op priority to the eomple] have always shown a deep perti()n of ne ni! n „av from the tonal interest in education at all Oeor gj a ij nt t o the very heart of levels." downtown Miami." Sen. Dickinson, a West Palm jiavor of Jacksonville for 15 Beach attorney, includes a faryear$ Burns believes that "my reaching plan for Florida's Senior j ami]iarity with urban problems Citizens. He would "raise the wi „ neIp nK giv0 attention to the average old age subsistence grant; ^ pr „ L ,| ems of heavilv populate:! is strongly in favor of the newly flieas established State Commission on ..' K f| u 1 1 a b 1 reapportionment Aging, and wishes to see the KerrpuM approach representation as; Mills Bill on Medical Care fully cloge t0 mathematical equality as. implemented." possible. I will take a strong Milton Sirkin, local civic leadstand for congressional redistrict er, is serving as Dickinson's chair man for the 5th District of Dade County. A resident for over 25 years. Sirkin has been a leader in the development of Miami Beach. Fred Karl Candidate tor Florida State Govj ernor, Fred Karl, baa pledged "to HH-ak out on the issues so that there will be no question as to j where 1 stand." Voted among the "outstanding ; legislators" in every State legislative session since he began serving in 1959. Karl has been a lead\ er to imprnxe education in Florida and calls attention to the fact that "almost every important school bill in the last few sessions carries my name." In addition. Karl says. "I am a Ktrong advocate for a fairer apportionment. The present plan is I ing provided the inequities have : not been eliminated prior to the 1 next administration." John E. Mathews, Jr. Named "M o s t Outstanding Member of the Senate" in the 1963 I I session of the Legislature. Sen. Ol/yU/TY CARPET 47 IOWEST POSSIBll PftlCtS for HOTEL-MOTEL 2,000 Roth to Cheat* from CARPET YOUR ROOM FOR ONLY $40.00* "20 sq. yds. limit PAUL'S CARPET WAREHOUSE 31 N.W. 23rd STREET Phone FR 4-8435 I ANY-FUR STOLE-CAPE OR COAT STORED FOR ww WK9* r 1 YEAR FREE IN AND OUT SERVICE faPKS 1% EXCESS Vault Hrs. 7 M. to ( P.M. Stort His, 1 A.M. to 9 P.M. IE 8-6104 The word for quality cleaning, laundry and storage 1201 20th Street JZl* M.B. John E. Mathews, Jr., candidate for Governor, has pledged "to protide leadership for a program which will benefit all of Florida, not merely some sections of the state." The 44-year-old senator was elected to the House of Representatives in 1956. in 1958 and again in 1960. In 1962. he was elected state senator from Duval County. Calling for "a complete reorganization of the Florida Development Commission." Mathews plans "to recommend that it be separated from the totally unrelated power over bond issues since it has become entirely too cumbersome and unwieldly for the main job for which it was created—bringing Florida more tourists and more vitally needed industry." Claude Pepper Congressman Claude Pepper. running for reelection to his 3rd Congressional District seat, says of Miami Beach, "I think our greatest days still lie ahead of US." A staunch supporter of Interama, Pepper believes "Interama should take priority over all other projects because it will attract millions of tourists every year." Proclaiming that "I'm still a liberal, Pepper points out that he advocated medicare back in the Forties." In the field of civil rights, the Congressman says "I supported the Civil Rights Bill in the House, and I particularly like the provision of machinery for friendly working out at the local level." • Robert Haverfield Former Metro Commissioner Robert Haverfield. Democrat, running for State Senator, has declared that one of his principle aims, if elected, will be "to support legislation bringing more clean' industry to Dade through the industrial-park authority.' 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age 14-A +Jen is* fhridfon Friday. April 17. 1954 Foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN is Separation of Government and Religion at Hand in Israel? KS %  (' vj %  Bi""" %  a >' a 1( nti tinu' on Jerusalem THE RECENT table sent i" Prime Minis ter Levi Eshkol bj •• group ol leaders ol tlu American Jewish com munity, voicing conceri over the pressure exerted upon tluIsrael Govern' ment by extreme religious quarters has, quite naturally, evoked a reaction Its impact is bound to reverberate for both sides ol the ocean. The cable was signed bj leaders oi the Con "i atjue and Reform movements of B'nai B'rith, (he American Jewish Committee and the American Jev i-'i Congress, thus taking the issue out ol its purely religious context. In, eed, as pointed out HI the text oi the cable, the concern was over the preservation oi the democratic postulate oi freedom "i conscience "huh i> seen threatened by attempted "religiOUS coercion." Tin leader of the National Religious Party, interior Minister Moshe Shapiro, and Rabbi J • B. Solovcitclnk. of Boston, intimated that rather than having been spontaneous, the dispatch ol the cable was instigated bj Israel quarters to serve counter-move against the intervention by Orth odox groups in the U.S.A. in religious contro\ i r lies m Israel. The Prime Minister's office denied that then had been an) "prompting" on its part Privately. lers close to the Prime Ministers office—and othi rhere—voiced the opinion that the outer) aga n.-t the cable was anything but justified Why. '.it the Record: By NATHAN ZiPRIN wnat The Pcet Still Writing ALEPH KATZ, known throughout the *^ Yiddish literary world as "Aleph." now published his eighth book oi ise. '"Die Emcssc Khassane" "Quite Jv*edding.55J Since publication Oi the book, excellently illustrated by lac Friedlander coinci es with his ichin{ ol sixty-five, an age when most Iters look hack on their laurelm sped, it is proper to remark that ing has seeming!) done to Aleph's an w ine Ueph in one ol his verj first poems in the 160-page lume tells us that there i> .. poem in everything, even silent stone that reposes petrified with ci ia quest for the mystery that is creativeness, for i, ... _;c oi the word" has lingered with burning on tot prqbabl) from the day he untagled it into first word. All poets are driven to their purpose b) a teriOUS compulsion With Aleph, however, the drive ems to stem Irom even deeper wells—an almo.-t aweme dedication to word, to the Jewish word. The story of the poem lending its title to the hook about weird wedding guests at an unreal wedd ; the sheer power and magic oi wordthat are uniquely •.ting to the theme. Aleph Katz permituto savor the mboh-m ol the poem while not giving away his own cret,"which is the essence of true art This is a purely rsonal poem, yet it transcends restricted meaning by erely hinting at wider suggestion. The badch.m. or Ster, is of course part and parcel of the ancient weding ceremonial, but in the poem the stress is not on e moment of tradition but on the voice of the singer, le poet, the jester and the rhyme-maker in the scheme festivity. One of the finest lines in that poem is the scene in (rich the bride loses her veil, which i> transformed it falls into a bird in flight, casting a pall ot Iriyht pon bride and groom. Eve* the jester, stubborn, in errymaking from very birth, is now at a ktu for a ord that could divert the gloom Instead of giving out lirth and song he stands with open mouth, aghast at .e sight, silent with rhyme as if it were a bone in his mat. When the jesters are silenced all is not well. Writng about verse in another tongue is not the easiest of asks, since the savor of a poem is in the uniqueness of color, its language, its indigenous idiom The poet imself tells us Who can translate the language of tears? What can recast the language of joy? They must be heard in the language that brought them To life in the radiance of words. "Only words with roots." Aleph Katz goes on. "can eeount the tale of joy and the dirge of woe." The oet is so rooted deep in Jewishness and in the tongue hat has been silenced by the unmentionables that fifty i ars or more of living in America have not alienated ins from the almond and raisin echo. His theme is largely the meaning of poetry and the irge to create. Ihej ask, should the right ol taking a public stand be limited the orthodox groups onl) Whatever the arguments on both side-, the [act ithat the developments in the past months, culminating in the cable oi the American Jewish leaders to Mi Eshkol, have created an atmosphere as unhealthy, -is it is dangerous for the future relaI nship between the two great Jewish commuiulies There ;-. lust oi all. the danger oi Israel, in -lead ol performing her historical role aa unifying force in Jewish lite, might become a local point ot controversy and thus a factor ot division. Indeed, there could be no more dangerous develop Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Majestic Book Now Before Us LINDMANN. By Frederic Raphael. 335 pp. New New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 3o3 Madison Ave. $4.95. I N 1942, t'i< s S Broda, packed on every ancient deck with refugees from Hitler's concentration camps, shipping water and listing heavily, limped into Istanbul on her way to Palestine, Refused repairs and help by Turkish and British officialdom, the Broda was towed out ol port and sank within sighl oi tin coast oi Turkey. Out ol her human cargo of six hundred, two survived One ot Ihein was named Jacob Lindmann Frederic Raphael's wildly brilliant novel tells the -tory oi Lindmann's strange atonement twenty yearlater, ol his existence in a rundown London In arding house and his pecular group ot friend*. of his mission to use himself as simply an agent ol communication for good with other people, and to deny himself as a personality. Bui Lindmann's careful detachment is broken by a series ol incidents which chip away the rusty plates ot his irony and his resolve The world comes flooding in, pouring over the disintegration ol Ihe man ai.d Inbeing The shock ot Lindmann s real identit) and the tearfulness of hi.guilt is one which the reader musl experience lor himself, athi' author intended; the crowing horror oi the realization as the book windthrough the man's ttering mind Is a masterpiece of craftsmanship. It is a majestic book, if a difficult one Frank. raucous, even ugly in its humor, it uses devices meiessly, with a kind ot careless literary mace, 'llu story ol the Broda, lor example, is told as a Something Different ment than that in which various groups oi \ lean Jewry would be drawn into internal—and legitimate— struggle:* m Israel. Such a development could also be most untortunate and dangeroufor tie American Jewish community. Moreover, however, such a development would —as it already doe.s to a large extent—obscure the real i-sues at stake. The reliious parties in Israel are no doubt correct in rejecting the. charge oi 'religious coei don. Alter all. all laws governing, religious life in Israel have been adopted, with all due regal i for the democratic processes—by a majority ot (he Knesset, Israel Parliament. The present i i eminent coalition, thej argue, has been esta eo mi the understanding that the .-tatu.qno. in the field i'I relationship between State aim Religion v ould lie preserved. \li Shapiro, the other day. told the Cabinet that, il the majority lelt that the time hod comi lor a radical change and for the revocation of that agreement, let it be said openly. Do we. he aski-1 Mr. Eshkol force you to vote in the Kne-set the wa) you do At that meeting, Mr. Shapiro went as tar atelling the Cabinet that, in lace ot the Continued abuse.heaped upon religion.Jewry, per hapthe tune had indeed come to move toward complete separation between the State and Ri ligion. Ihi' truth, however, is that hardly anyone In i feels that the time lor a drastic change has lived Indeed, it is generally appreciated that onl) by evolution, over many years, could a wa) oi life be evolved that would bridge the thousandyears-old Jewish tradition and the new em, Jewish life in Israel; that tiiere is no short-cut possible without dangerously disputing the unit, oi the Jewish people as a whole ^ Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ There hail always, ot cour.-e. been some thing strange about Lindmann Yon could not i all him ordinary. But there seemed now to be something new about him. something different—LINDMANN movie scenario, written by one ol Lindmann friends, starjjingly bnei, implacably ternlyin, in Its cinematic reality. A.trageJy ol guilt and responsibility and the terrible relationship between victim and perpetrator, the hook is a magnificeqi statement from a gifted and immense!) original writer. Pockets are to Blame %  HE NEWSPAPERS are full of (he story of an ex-employee ol Senate who is charged with havuu lined his pockets while in the go I ment employ. The ancient Jews liao^. a better way of dealing with this |They went to the root. They w< i) prevention. According to the %  ash, when Moses entered the t Inacle. he wore a coat without Ki-'--, -so that not even the suspicion that he hail t anything could be imputed to him. It iall a matter ol tailoring It will do no go try one man and -end him to jail. Another will repeat Ihe offense The real evil Iin the tailoring. Pu officials should not have pockets in their pantThe temptation itoo great. There ithe story ol Sholom Aleielicin and the law yer When the Yiddish writer was introduced to him lie lawyer stood lor Ionlooking on. saying nothing, With hihandin hipockets It annoyed Sholom Aleicbejn. Finally, he sail the lawyer I must congratulate you. You are the first lawyer I ever saw, standing with his hands m his pocket-.' In ancient Israel, a hungry person could go into the corner ol any field and eat of, 1 lie fruit and gram li was no crime, as long as the person put the food in his mouth, not m his pockets. Huth was doing fhat ver> thing when she met lioaz, who later married her. It was a beautiful practice and showed the humanity of theJews. It you were hungry, you did not have to hold a man with a pistol. Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Scviet Rulers Gave Hate Book Their Sanction THE MORE LIGHT thrown on th notorious Soviet anti-Semitic bool "Judaism Without Embellishment.'' th uglier arc the facts that emerge / copy of the book now before me show that this outrageous piece of anti-Jev i.-h propaganda is the work not of one person but of a group of Soviet intel lectuals and high Communist officials i the Ukraine. In other words, it is thi crime not of one person but it is actually a "celn crime." as the Soviet press would call it m itjargon, if the guilty are ever put on trial before a Soviet court. The blame for this vicious book, pubh-hed by the Academy of Science of Soviet Ukraine, is put naturally on its author. Trofim Kichko. However, when one who can read the Ukrainian language—the book is published in Ukrainian-sees the printed volume, he cannot help but notice the credit which a number of others take for the book, proudly having their names displayed on the inside ol the cover page. Credit for editing this anti Jewish piece of "literature" is given to editor V. S. TchumachenKO. The Nazi-like anti-Jewish cartoons, done in the style ol the notorious Nazi publication, "De Stuermer," are credited to the -art editor.'' V. M. Tipliakov, and to the "art technician." M. O. Savcheno. Two more namei appear on Ihe page to whom credit is given, and two other names-one ol a Soviet professor, and the other of a Soviet writer— appear under a four-page introduction to the book, endorsing its contents and lauding it. The joint introduction, .signed by A. Vedenskl, a professor ol history, and by "writer" Grigori Plotkin. is as anti-Semtie as the book itself and full of shameless falsehoods and high-powered anti Jewish incitement. The most startling discovery on the book's inside eover page is the official announcement there that the manuscript has been "endorsed for publication" by the Soviet authorities. Even the date of that written endorsement is given—it is October 12, 1968. What more can be added to these ugly facts, except to say that, had the Soviet Government been honest in interpreting its own constitution, it would bring all those involved in the publication of the book to trial for violating its own law against anti Semitism? Such a collective trial—more than thj,j trials for "economic crimes" would show the Soviet people who the real internal enemies of the Soviet Union are.



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iday, April 17, 1964 -Jmitti Meridian Page 15 Jewish War Veterans, Miami Beach Post 330, donates SI25 to the National Shrine for the Jewish War Dead. National Chief of Staff of JWV Herman Sokolow presents Commander Maurice Weinman with a sponsors plaque in recognition of the donation. Looking on are Commander-Elect Mickey Postel (far right) and P.C. Irving Cooperman (far left;. Post 330 will also donate a $250 scholarship to Mesivta Senior High School at graduation. Wednesday the post presented an American flag that flew over the Capitol in Washington to Bikur Cholim Convalescent Home. Freedom Lodge Installs Officers Reds Supply Rocket Boats to Syrians WASHINGTON — (JTA) — The Soviet Union has begun shipping rocket firing mosquito patrol boats al the Komar type to Syria, informed sources here said this week. Reports to that effect have been current in Washington for | several weeks but it was only this week that it was confirmed that at least six of the boats arrived in Syria since Jan. 1. The boats, which have a 600-mile r&nge, and a top speed of 30 knots, are capable of filing guided rockets at targets 10 to 20 miles from the launching pads aboard. The -hips, weighing 66 tons and h • ill", a length of 83 feet, were scribed by armaments expe here as being in effect mob missile launching platforms. ( able of hitting targets either O'l land or afloat. Charles J. Kossove was installed as president of Freedom Lodge. B'nai B'rith, at a second annual inaugural dinner dance at the Hollywood Beach Hotel last week. Some 350 members and friends were in attendance. The evening was chaired by Judge Louis Stallman. Eli Hur. it/ president of the South Flori a Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges, delivered greetings. Herman Xudelman. honorary .-.dent of Freedom Lodge, and member of the National Mem bership Advisory Board of B'nai B ::lh. was installing officer. other officers installed were Charles Berlin. Meyer Gladstone. Dr. Sidney Pavilack, Judge Louis Stallman, vice presidents; John Diamond, treasurer; Paul Brown, Lester Arkin, Morris Berger. secretaries; Edward Saskin, warden; Emanuel Topper, former president, was Installed as chaplain. Members of the Board of Directors are Burt Berson, Dr. Jerome Block, Louis Bressler. Morton Brown. Howard Cooper, Melvin Daum, Howard Dutkin, Sol Frankel, David Ginsburg, Mike Click, Murray A. Herlands. Alfred F. Nesbitt. Abe Rosenstein. Murray Shaw. Barnes H. Solloway. Martin Taub, Jose Winsen. LETS CONTINUE FLORIDA'S SENIORITY %  *"• WITH SPESSARD L. HOLLAND YOUR UNITED STATES SENATOR I hove served at your U. S. Senator since 1946. During these years I have attained seniority ranked twelfth among 67 Democratic Members of the Senate. This seniority has placed me on three major senate committees each one of which is of particular importance to Florida and every one of its citizens. Your vote May 5th will keep me in this powerful position to help Florida as well as our great country. %  Jk SPESSARD I. HOLLAND it a -J Mtmber 0 f Joint CWhmiMA Member o( lh Senate Apon reduction of neneitendal Federal expenditures. propriations Committee. •J*r Member of t!ie Senate Agri**V Men culture: a.id Forestry Como-*d mitlee. %  Ji, Member of the Senate Denocratic Steering Committee. II ELECT SPESS Member of the Acr^ncuticol Space Science C* -'. •Jlfi %  Lever 39-B Keep ... JANE S. ROBERTS (MRS. LYLE) Your School Board Member GROUP 1 AT LARGE It took years to develop. chances are you'll like it at first sip. You'll like its brilliant flavor. Its special kind of lightness. Most people do. Distilled and bottled in Canada Seagram's Imported Canadian Known by the company it keeps .ni:Mf_APUNDOf SUiCnOrVHISKItS.6U : S010 862PfTC ..':•!..il Vll\ ^ UF P 13TRAVEL NORTH IN STYLE —by Seaboard Streamliner! uch <•< do in the Wort! trl You'll want to visit the NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR, of coarse—and perhaps include a tour of New England or Canada. Let Seaboard help you plan a wondt rful vacation. NEW YORK WORLDS FAIR DATES: APRIL 22-OCT. 18 TOURS TO THE WORLDS FAIR Call on US or your own Travel Ac nt—for literature and details on "package torn*." to the World's Fair. LOW FARES! 30-day round-trip coach faros from Florida to the North available May 1 — Nov. 15. 6-monthi round-trip Pullman fares on sale the round. For a spicial I ':(it. travel in Pullwan private-room accommodations. LEAVE MORNING OR AFTERNOON SILVER METEOR • SILVER STAR Spacious lounges; excellent meals; afternoon "Hospitality Hour" in the diner; Registered Nurse. LIBERAL LUGGAGE ALLOWANCE FOR PULLMAN AND COACH RESERVATIONS AND COMPLETE INFORMATION CONTACT YOUR SEABOARD OFFICE. THE ROUTE OF COURTEOUS SERVICE



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AJCongress Biennial Convention on Beach Delegates from All Parts Of the Country Attending Key Sessions to Sunday 1KVING KANl Biennial Chairman v k 'Njajl M 1" 'j %  SM-1 25 • ^ %  %  ssHasl T| §||||p ^Tlp" 1 %  1 B-^ iSF* 4 JM y^\| mii ; w SHAD POlltR Gartrninf Council STANlfr N. lOWfll Mfw lark Ctmmns.cn Some 600 delegates from all sections ci (he country arc attending the national biennial convention of the American Jewish Congress The convention opened Tuos, ;i> at the Carillon Hotel, and will he in session through this Sunday. Apr in Irving Kane of Cleveland, 0 convention chairman and former president of the Council of Jewish Federation and Welfare Funds, has announced that a highlight ot the convention will he the appearance of U.S. Sen. Hubert Humphrey t D.Minn.) at ; i banquet on Saturday evening at 8 p.in Changing Role A session Thursday evening Apr. Ifi. was to feature 'The Changing Hole of the Jewish Community in the Racial Crisis." with the following guest speakers Joseph P. l.yford. consultant. Fund for the Republic; Stanley II Lowell, chairman. Comniis sion on Human Rights of the City el New York, and a vice president of American Jewish Congress: and Shad I'olier. chair man. AJCongress G 0 ve ruing Council. On Friday noon. Apr. 17. Is rael's permanent representative to the l'nite.1 Nations. Ambassador Michael Comay. will address the convention on "Israel and a Hostile Arab World." Officer Elections Following the Saturday night banquet and the address by Sen Humphrey, there will he election of officers and adoption of -convention resolutions on Sunday morning, 10 am The national biennial will end at a" p.m Sunday, with an address by the presidentelect. Karlier in the week, on Tues day evening, the convention opined with a keynote address by Irving Kane, with a presidential address offered by Dr Joachim Print, of Newark. N.J. On Wednesday evening, at 8 P ni a session entitled "'The New Look in Christian Jew i-.li Relations in the IS" featured these speakers Prominent Authorities Fr Robert F, Drinan, s.i dean, Boston College Law School, representing the Catholic com munity; Dr David R Hunter, a* sociatc general secretary of the National Council of churches. Protestant; and Rabbi Morris Kert?er o! l.achmont NY. Jew ih Jewish Flloriidlian Friday. April 17, 1964 Page 10-A SEN. HUBtRT MUMPHREr Banquet Speaker AMBASSADOR MICHAEl COMAT UN Representative DR. JOACHIM PRINZ National President Issues Range from Christian Jewish Relations to the Racial Crisis Today Three key issues arc being do bated at the national biennial convention of the American Jew ish Congress at the Carillon Hotel in Miami Beach through this weekend. They are. • The New Look in Christian Jewish Relations. • The Changing Role of the Jewish Community in the Racial Crisis. • The Quest for Jewish Idcn titv Some of the country's out standing authorities in each ol the three fields are taking part in the discussions Spokesmen on Panel Speaking on Christian Jewish relations Wednesday muht was Robert F Drinan. S..1 dean ol the Boston College Law School and the leading Catholic author ity on church-state relations; Dr. David H Hunter, associate general secretary of the Nation al Council of Churches, a major Protestant spokesman; and Rah hi Morris Kortzor. of Larchmont Temple, NY., a specialist on in tcr religious questions Among the questions raised during this part of the coin en tion were • what will the Ecumenical Council's expected adoption Ol a new schema on the Jews and on religious liberty mean in terms of better interreligioiis relations in the I s. • What is the social affect ol increasing Catholic pressures for Federal aid to parochial schools" • How have Supreme Court decisions outlawing prayer and Bible reading in pubic schools affected illationbetween Jews and Christians Jewish Role Joseph P Lyford. author and consultant on race relations lor the Fund for the Republic. Stanley H. Lowell, chairman ot the New York City Commission on Human Rights, and a nation al vice president Of the American Jewish Congress; and Shad i'olier. AJCongress Governing Council chairman, led the convention discussion on the changing role of the Jewish community in the racial crisis They discussed • Is Jewish participation in the civil rights stru^ule helping to prevent Negro anti-Semitism? • Do .lews have a special responsibility avictims of cell tune-old persecution themselves —to help Negroes win equality? • U the Negro freedom move nielli willing to accept Jews or other white-, in major roles? Quest for Indentity Participating in another panel on "The Quest lor Jewish Iden lity." to take place in the form ot aii On< Shabbat on Sat ..! L' p.m., will be Dr. Joachim Prim, president of the Amer i .> .U .-. i-h Congress Paul H \ ny, Chicago Jewish com: leader; and Prof. Joseph Laidi-. of Queens College, a la Jewish social philosopher The} will discuss: • How does the Amer can Jew strike an effective balance between being like everyone ol-.' and being different' • How serious is the th eat of intermarriage to Jewish ion tinulty? • What is Israel's role in creating a greater Jewish con sciousness among Americas Jews* Chapters and divisions from throuahout the country are rep resented at the American Jew ish Congress biennial com i' During the five-day meeting the delegates are ptonnliu. organisation's program for the next two year period in Jewish cultural affars. in extending democratic freedoms and pro tecting the rights of Jewsi home and abroad A slatt : officers for the 196t-6 pt w ill also be elected FOR THE SAKE Of HERITAGE AND HISTORY Programs of the Organization Defined Bt DR JOACHIM PRINZ President American Jewish Congress It .pi I : the pi ilosoph) Unerieaa Jewish Congress (1st N oontinuitv .': owr> i~ not anonsjl Essential r me.inmgful Jewish survival. • e believe, are an i.n.icrsiano SStd appreciation e4 the ideas ml ideals that make up the Jew -h heritage To this SSMl the sn ss c SUSSKM on Jew -h Atfa.rs has Pr*f>ared and released t. %  tSkglsasje n record al complc:. Stwtj man Uals Invitation to Y.dlish and i jointly with the Jewish v> "Hebrew Through Cor. versaiion and arranged for pub hv-ation of "The Creat Jewish Books in expensive paper back torn Conduct—) a series of ma) or. Jew ish Values vitally affecting the it) commumtv the threat ot intermarriage, the voyage from ..burbia. the reve. anee of the am ient Jew ish her itage t*da\ Served as the coordinating bod> respons hie for the historic 20th aniuveisaiv commemoration of the W.ir.-aw Chotto uprising Launched the annual "IMa logue in Israel.'' a unique cul tural exchange designed to strengthen American Jewrv and the people of Israel Anti-Semitism at Home AJCongress also publishes •!„• popularly* ritten "Congress' Bl Weekly"' and the outstanding quarterly. "Judaism Yet tin tells only part of the A.ICon i, story, for the advancement ol Jewish culture cannot be sop Continued on Page 11 -A SEN. HUMPHRH JO SPtAK Gala Banquet on Saturday Sixteen i the "magic number" of the American Jew.--. Congre convention banquet to he held in the Silver Chimes Room oi lb,Carillon Hotel on Saturdaj evening. Apr IS. at %  p in Tinbanquet will honor th,it'.th anniversarv of the estal b lnn.ni „| i|„ state ul Israel and the 16th year in the I S. Senate o| s.-n Hubert II Humphrey. guest speaker. A cordial invitation la (he Miami Jewish community to attend th. banquet hat been .Mended by Rabbi Leon Krooish """"""" h airmnn and president ol the South Florida Council ol tin( on; i, ""'"' ln will bi observed .uu\ dress will be toroi : ding in Rabbi Krontsh '" •" l 11 lo the address bl Sen Hum ''" w"l be delivered .i the banquot bj 1 %  "'" %  "•• %  "' "" Mnet jewian Congroa vi ,. \ A.II ungi %  Miami Ik ai h "I Hie Hade ( | v Ni mphrev. a major sd Dr Joachim PrtB*. on [rest '"i 1 '"" ol Chicago a national vice president ol reside Mrs IIIMrod Augenstein. of North and la, k li Gordon, noted banker and member School Board, are serving as members ol They are the two local ish Congress National ConV 1 ,, ., .... ,, i,.am a ""' '" nvenllon Committee "''' "' I hc American Jew, v eniion i iiiiimlttee



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Friday. April 17. 1964 "* *>-•/#> flr-trS'-HS^m Page 15-C LEGAL NOTICE ,N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62718 IX HE: Estate -\ S \MPKI. E. STARLIGHT, I........ i NOTICE TO CREDITORS TII All Creditors nnil All Persons HnvIns claims IM Demands Against said Estate: VnU : % %  hi reh) nnl Mod Mini irmined tn I'IM M am claim* and deli mlv h Ich > "U in • v hn %  • %  ai in-i the estate of SAMIKI. E. STARI.H1HT f the first publication hereof, nr ilnsiinir will I..Laired. IHited at Miami. Florida, tliis jpth • i ..I March, A l>. 1964. IHKINM: (I STARLIGHT As Executrix Kind publication nf this notice mi tii.3rd day if April, 19*4. K< iMMElAi:< >• ;KHS Vtturne) for Executrix %  ii I,in.,.In Bond M .imi Reach, Florida SSI 119 l (.10-17-21 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKHKHY GIVEN tint tinundersigned, desiring to mirage In business under the fictitious name of I'NITED SALES CO at "886 N.E, 2nd \ venue, Miami Intend* i" register ild name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Ill IXXIK JACK, INi' a Pla. Corp. Herman Caplan, President HICHARD Ar NKl.snN i %  ne> for Vpplli ml 1 in nlti Road i : '!•-IT i'l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is IIKPIPY tiiVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of %  •• TAKE-OCT SERVICE N.W 12th Avenue Intendi to register >. %  ill name wl Ii tinClerh of the Cir. in i '..iirt of I •:i.I. i "..mil\ Florida. WM.I.IF. K TII. i I:I: VNOEI.O A A I.I M nrnej for Applicant ViliKle) Itldir. I 10-17-24 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21365 NOTICE IS HKPKP.Y GIVEN thai unli I w Slegel, holdi r ..f City v..rth Miami l.i.n Certificate* numbered 13, % % %  '. •' %  IM, 197, 198 and ii..1 the 2!ith day ..f May, AH 191 Mas filed same In my office, and ha* I le" application for tax .I...I to be i-iir.i thereon. Raid certificates embrace thi following deacribed riy, in the County of bade, State %  %  I Hoi Ida, lo-wlt: i.nt i. Block 15, Blseayne Highlands, rial Rook 46, Pace 26. Sections 19 and 20, Township 52 Smith. Flange '. Bust, in the City ..f North Miami, County of Mad,-, sun.. ..f Florida, ar • ml.r.-iced in Certificate No. The assessment of saiil property under the said certificate Issued "as in the name of l rank E. Howard. i. it 3. in... k :. Brian Manors, Plat Hook IT. lac28, Section 19, Town' %  _' South, Range 12 East, In th.City ..f North Miami. Count) "f i'...ii. state of Florida, as embraced in Certificate So. 81 The nssesstneni of said property under 'hsaid ricate Issued was in the name of James I.. Itetli.i f.nil. i...t 7. Block ".. Griff ing B'acavn. Park Eats, I'l.it Book 8, Pice 123. Section 30, Township 52 South, ItHnice 42 East, in the Cltj of North Miami, County of Dude, State nf Florida, as embraced In Certificate Mo 85. The assessment of said property under the said certificate Di 'I was in the name ..f Muriel Ida Pluhr. Lot 'i. Block 7. Flucka Park, Plal Hook 44, Page 97, Section 19, Township S2 South, Range 42 Kast, In Ihe i-ity of North Miami. Count) of Bade, Siat. ..f I :,i i la. as embraced in Certificate No. 196. The assess%  ol said propert) under the said • ilie.it, Issued was in the name of i illda Jordan. l-nti in to r. in. i.. Block 7. Bucks Park, Plal Book 14, Pas* 97, Seclion 19, Township 52 South, Ranm I-' Kast, in the Clt) ,.f Ninth Mi' "minty of Bade, State ..f Florida, as embraced in Certificate No 197. The assessment "f said proply under tii %  said certificate was in tinname ..f Gtlda Jordan. I...t ii;, Block 7. Rucks Park. Pint Book 44. Pace 97, Section 19, Town-lii|i :• %  South, Range 4^ Kast, in the City of North Miami, County Of Bade, statiof Florida, as embraced In Certificate No, 198 The assessment of said property under the sniii certificate Issued was In the name ol Ullda Jordan. E 100' of w 140ft" Trad A a 4!i' "trip lying N of A adjacent therein Bow i i Istates, Plal liiMik ."<>. I Page xii. Sections 28 and L':I and 32 •mil 83, Township %  ".-' South, Range net, In the City of Ninth Miami. My of Dade, state of Florida, aa iced in i •. rtlflcate No. 203. The HsKcsnment of said property under ild cerl i ne laaued was in the name of E. 11 Taylor. %  :.i certificate shall be >• %  in law. the pi oplescrlbed luri In >v III li sold to %  hi st 1.1.1.1 i .. i the •' mrl House n t he flrnt >: n.i. In the n >h May, A.P I94, n hii ii Is the Ith Ma A.I i. 1964, i %  ited this i.-t day of April, A D. ;". i K p. i-i:\r-111:i: M \N. Clerk Circuit Court, Bade County, Florida i" •!) Bv: K M i IKI'KK. l'< put) Clei k 4/3-10-17-24 NOTiCE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 -Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21372 NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN that Niithanl. u Slegel, holdi r of Co nt> i' | ^ Sab Cei tlflcHti n imhered IHl Issui .1 Ihe 1st .laof Juni A.I. 1961 has tii, .i name In m) office, and has mude appllcutlon fi.i .. tax Heed In be Issued th. n Shld certificate embrnci the follow Ing di scribed pro|iertv. In the Count) >.i Bade Stati of Florida, to-wlt: w 4^: i-t of N I i of wv, of s\\ %  >, Less IV 33 Ft .'• All That part of \V 3 of NW'i i.. -W S."i It lyg SWI) uf a lin. 203 l-"t 8W of A.Pair In I" I. ,,f Snake i i-.ek ( anal Less Beg at K I. of NE 1 've ISO l"t SW %  •r Aat l( A to s v\ !. of Canal si:u 1.10 It SW of a At It A to S XV I. of I all.il :::.! Kt In I'l IB SWI) at R A to S W I. of i ana I 13.1 l-t Th SKiy I., a pt Th s alg W I. ..f E' of \U"', of SW, of N\\i, Th E niK .\ i. of sy, of s\v, of NW, for :..'i It M I, Th N 240 Ft M I. to a p| Th NWly By a line lin ]-t SWI) of KPair t.. SW B.W I. of Canal to PoB A: Lees KWVi ol SW, of NWj ALess K 100 It of S 900 Ft M I. of W :: 4 m SW, ..f NW, A I..-. \S 180 ft nf SK', of SW, of NW'i s.e;inn .;. Township %  ".. Smith. Range i-' Eust containing i •; la Acres more or l. KM LI ss HI %  -' mi K I. of NK 2nd Ave I ." S"\V Of \lit Ii A to SW l\ II \V I. of Snake i"r (anal Th SEly ."Ml..", it to I'nH •'..nt Si:iv of X of W I. of i:\ ..f SW', of NW1 4 N 32..SP NWly 804.91 it SW Iv 2i ft to I '• P. Less \V 50' !•: iso 1 s 900 ft more or less \V> of i: %  .. ol SW, of NW, Less s :;l ft I., ss It of \V I of NW, lyg SWIy of Snake Creek Canal dea Beg on i: I. of NK .' Ave A: S I. of NW, ol NW, N 112.5 ft SEI) to a pt 28.1' SW of & At RA t.. SW R u |. Of ("anal .V I 13 ft W of E I. ..f W'.s of NW, of SW, of NW'i. Th s to S |. ..f NW, nf SW, ,,f NW', Th W to !•: I. ..I NF: .' A\. Th N to 1'iiK I.. -. N S3 it ..f W IS7 ft of NW, of XW, of SW', less M 13 ft A" s S3 ft of \\ ...I it ..; K Vi ft of S it More or less .4 VV of l-: 1 of s\v >, of XW l.e-s s 103 ft of N II" ft of K 152 it of W 1^7 fi ..f NW', of NW', of SW, Less Beg on E 1/ NE 2nd Ave 112.5 ft N of S I. of SW', of NW", of NW", N alg K I. NE 2nd Ave t-. pt 130 ft SW nf .' At R A to BW R VV I. Canal SKIy 331.3 ft SWIy Aat R A to .anal 135 it NWly to P '" R and K 11.1 ft W's ..f NW, nf SW ", Of NW, and I., ss Reg at pi on E 1. NK 2 Ave ASW it W l. Snake Creek ''anal SEly ii Ig s.l It W I. tn X with W I. of K ', of E' of SW, of NW, S tn p| 111" It SWI) Of A I ai r to s,i || w i, NWIv Alg Sd line to i: I. NK 2nd AVe N to POB in the i "n in' %  • nf I Mil.-" state of i-''ni ..la. ..> embraced In Certificate No, ion, The assessment of said property under the said certificate Issued was In the name ..t Seveni HI. Corp. i'nl. .-.-. -nnl certificates shall be rei iiccnrdl'ui to law, Mi. property descrllied herein will be sold to the highest bidder al th. Court House -.ii the first Monday In the month of May, A.l>. 1964, which is the 4th day of May, A.D. 1964. i '.it. d this Slsi day of March, A.D. 1964. K R I.KATIIKRMAN. cl.-rk of Circuit Cnnr'. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: it. M. I.KKpKlt. Deputy clerk 4 3-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOT.CE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21321 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Nathaniel w. slegel, holder of city of North Miami Beach Ta* Certificates numbered l" and 14, issued the 6th day of August, Al). 1962, has filed Mime in in) office, and has made application for a tag deed to be Issued th. re..n. Said certificates embrace the following described property, in the Count) of Bade, state of Florida, to-wlt: !.<.t >i Block 19 Highland Manor — Sec. 8 — Plat Book 60 Page 25 Section 7. Township 52 Smith. Itange 12 Bast, In the City of North Miami V.each. County of Dade, state of Klorlda, ..embraced In Certificate N.. in The assessment of said property under said certificate issued was In the name of .lake I.a Motta Aw Vlkkl. Lot in. Block 133, Fttlford By The Sea Kec. X, Pint Book 10, Page 28, Section 4, Townshln '.:' Smith. Range 42 East, In the city of North Miami Ueacll, I'ollllty Of l'aile, State of Fiorina, as • mbi-uci .1 in < 'ei initiate N.i. 14. The assessment of said property under said Certificate Isled was in Ihe name of Albert W I tack us. inl.ss said certificates shall be redeemed according to law, the moperty lescrllied herein will be sold tn the highest bidder at the Court II..us. door on th.first Monda) In the month of May. A.D. 1964, which Is the ith da) ••! May, A.D. 1964. Dati d this 1st day of Apt II, A 1" "".I K. 1! I i:\TIIKItMAN. I'I. rk of Circuit cmirt. Hade County, Florida tseal) By: It. M. I.KKl'i .it. Ileput) > 'lei k I 3-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21324 NOTICE IS HEREBY BIVEN that Nathaniel w. Rlegel, holder "f County Tax s.ile Certificates numbered 468, s37. 894, 1129, HSOi 111". 1287, -'TIS. 8786, ill". IS73, 7283. JK23, J848, 7848, Tn..; and Tims, issued the isi da) of June Al". 1962, has file,I same in my Office, and has made application for a tax deed tn he Issin.i thereon, said certificates embn the following I described property, in the County of Dade, state of Florida, to-wlt: l.ot 25, Block ". OoMen Beach Pec H. plat Book l"'. Page l". in the County "f I'ade. State nf Florida. I a embraced in Certificate No. 46S. The assessment m said property under the said certificate issued was in tinname of Bi -Ma* Realty Corp. l.oi :,. Blook 8, Venetian Development Sub-Rev., Pint Book 45. Pagi ST. in the County m I'ade, State ..f Florida, ns embraced In Certificate \i. v:7. The assessment nf s.-,j,i property under 11 -anl certlfli at. issued was in the name of George i:. sti MilAw Virginia s L'L'II ft ..f N'-..f Tr 25 leas w :> ft A: less N 150 ft W 150 ft AB 220 tt of N' of Tr '". Miami Oardens, I'l."t Pn.'k -. Page :"i. Section in. Township %  '•-' South, Range 41 East, containing 2.56 acres mon Ii ... in i in i 'ount) "f I lade, Stati of i'l."Id.i. as embraced in Certiflrati No. 894. Tinssmenl ." -.n.i proiierty under th.said .•• rl is-n,..| was tn the name of .h"' O. ManA w Mary Lettle. Trad A less SWIy T"" fl Block 357, Magnolia Gardens Consolidated Re| -iii, plat lim.k I". Page TI. • ont Ing i 32 ... i' -. mm %  l.ss. in til,CllUnty nf I M.I. State nf FltlTuia. as embraced in Certificate No. IT.'!'. The assessment of .-aid property under Hi. said certificate issued was in the name nf Ka-l\i.w l leveloplng Co. Inc. All Tia.t A less SWIy M7.7 ft more nr less as measured alg NW'I\ I. Block 858, Magnolia Hardens Consolidated ite-uli.. Plat p.mk IM. Page 71, containing .88 acres, mine or less ill the County of I'ade, Stati ol Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 11311. The a-s. .--uieiit of said propert) under tinraid certificate issued was in the name of Eaatvlew i '• \ eloping Co. Inc. l.ot l>. Blook -. Bardol Sub., Plat Book 82, Page 76, In the Count) "t Dade, siat.<>f Florida, aembraced in i 'ertiflcate No. 11 Ifl The assi --inent nf said propi 11) under tin -aid .ei tuii an issue I wai n tin nami ..f Clyde l.. Halnkli A >^ Lucllli M I...is IS, 16 A 17, B Heights A tin 2, I i'i Honk I-'. Pagi IM, m i he 'ount) ol I lade, state • I I : a. I iii i'. rtlflcate No 128 1 ii" %  -' %  mi "t ol property under ti" said i was in tin i,,.nie ol i ii. Mlnton i.m :i7. Bio i> i. Mi rth Ubert) Clt; Amd. Plal Book 41, Page 31, in the County of Bade, state ol Florida, as embraced in Certlllcale No. -7J>. The assessment of said property under th. -aid ertiflcate Iss I was in the name of Clias. Adder!.-y. Ixits H. 16 17. Block t. Taylors Suh Plat p.mk 24, Pay. ill. iii Ihe County of iiade. State ..f Florida, aembraced In Certificate No. 8786 ihe assessment of said property under the siid certificate issued was in tile name ..f Susan A. Curry. I^it 25, 1-e .Ii une Terminals Mli Addn. Pint Book 60, Pane 41. in the County nt i>a le. state of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 1140. The assessment of said property under the said certificate Issued wain tn.name of Miltmi Herlong A w Rub) et al. I.m :','.', Block 1. Tatum Waterway Suh. Plat Book hi. Pate L'. in the County "f I'ade. State ..f Florida, aembraced in Certificate No. 4573. The assessment m said property un.1. r the said certificate issued was in the name nf Drake Conat. Co. la.t 1'. lock I. Know !• s Suh. Plal Book 17. Page 93, In the County of Hade, state of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 7283, The nsessineni of said property under the said cerrrricite Issued was in the name of Huntlngton A. Clarke .'• w Annie Bat. I...I11 .v 12, Block I, Ewlngs Vddn Plal Book 3, Page 136. in the CounIJ ,, T i i.i,i, stati of Floi Ida, as em. a 'ii i' rtlflcate No. 7825. The assessment ..f said property under %  I.,. .,,1 iiiei'e ISSOI w "s n th, ii.im%  •' Phi. Iml K. Willlanis Tr. I...t 1", Block 8. P'enlSecond Addn m Homestead, Plat Unnk %  ;, Page II Hie l ". IV Of I'.lde Stale if la, aembraced in Certlfieate No. 7*13. The assessment ol said i IN nndi :tinsaid certificate Issued was a ihe name nf Gertrude Main > .'s V'llll list. I ol 17. Block 1. Kieads Addition So '.. I'l.it ':..,,k -"'. l*Uge '' % %  in the Clltinll nt I' "le S"'le ..f Kim I as embraced in Certificate No 7848 Tinassessment ol sain prois?rty under the said certificate Issued was in th. name nf 1 list l'la Finance Inc. t.ots l £• -'. Block ii, Washington Park, l'la' Book 1' Psge '3 'n Ihe cunity ..r P.. le. state ..f Florida, as e a. d II. .'.in ale N Th,assessment nf said property under ti"' -aid I el tille.lle ISHUCU W.llll tin name nf Mary Thomas, l.,,t ii. Blu k 11, Washington Park, I'l.it Book 9, lin;.. is, in the County • i I'a.l. State of Florida, as ellli ni I'I ill, at,No, 7V">-. The %  I -ai'i propel i v under ,ui rtli".i'iIssued w.in the nani uf Mai > 'i'i a i.. iwn. Kid. ites shall bi n I., law, tin |U npII he highest bldili-i t the i Mmnia' in thi month Ma) V.ll null hli h the 4th da) %  Ms \ I 1964. Hated I I da) of \, i: ; \ I • 1964. E P. IJEATHERMAN, Clerk of i 'II ult i 'out t, l mde Count). Florida B) It M LBKPER, Deputy Clerk 4 3-10-17-24 NOTIOE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21328 NOTICE IS HEREBY fJIVEN that Nathaniel w Slegel, holder of City of Hlaleah, Florida Tax Sale Certlflcante and or City nf Hlaleah. Florida Special Assessment Men Certificates numbered i". 618, 650, 7o2 and 790 issued the 22nd day of May. AH. 1961 hafiled same In ni) offli i and has mule appllc il Ion I. r a l.l.\ ll. .1 In In Issued thereon, said certificates embrace th.following described property, in the County of Bade, state of Florida, to-wlt: Lou I to i Incl Block 67 lass i,m3 and I Block 67, Hlaleah 1st Addition., Plat Book 5, Paga 122, Section iv Township 53 houth. Range n Kast in the city of Hlaleah, county of Dade, State of Florida, as embraced In Tax Sale Certificate No. in. Tinassessment of said property under the said certificate issued was in the name of Clara J Shaffer. Tr c Less W 87.5" £ Legs K :::."•' lAka 8 *;• :•) Block 190 Hlaleah 12th Addn Rev. i:ik 190, Plat Book 84 Page 12, Section 7, Township 53 South, Range Jl Kast in the City of Hlaleah, County of Dade, State of Florida, as embraced In Special \-s. -sineni i.i.n Certificate No. i;iv The assessment of said property under the said certificate Issued waa in the name ,,f Ralph O. Combs. Lota il Al II Block 108-B Hlaleah 13th Addition., Plat Book 31 Page 86, Section -. Township .'..'. Smith, Range 41 Kast in the City of Hlaleah, County of Pad... state of Florida, as embraced In Special Assessment Lien Celt If Irate No. 650. The a-s.-sm. nt ..f -aid property under the said certificate Issued was in the name ,,r win. smith A Barbara, K 80' Tr 88 PA Hi'. .< %  K :'"' of 171 Block 83-P, llial.ah i:h Addition Rei I'l.it Punk ::i Pane S2, Section 5. Township 53 South, Pan".. 11 East in the City of Hlaleah, Count) of Bade, state ,.f Florida, as embraced n Special Assessment l.i.n Certificate No, 7":' The assessment of said property under tin wild certificate Issued was In the nan of Herman Kluge Jr. A. Prances lad 37 London Terrace 1st Additloi Plat Book 55, Page 36 Section Township 33 Si.uth, Range n Ban in the Clt) ol Hlaleah, County %  Bade, state of Florida, as embrne in Special \-s. --m. nt Lien Cerin i.it.. No. 7:m. The assessment i said pro|>ert) under the said certlf i ate issued was ill tile name ol Jol Margagllo .v Margaret B. l'nl.ss said certificates shall be h deemed according to law, the proi erty described herein will be sold i the highest bidder at the Court Houdoor mi ih. first Monday In the moni of May, A.D, 1964, which is the 41 day of May. A.D. 1964. Bated this 1st day of April, A.I' 1964 K P. I.KATIIKKMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade Count)'. Florid (seal) B> R M. LEEPER, I ie|iut \ Clerk 4/3-10-17-'. thi NOTiCE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 -Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21314 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Nathaniel VV. Slegel holder of Clt) • Coral i'.aides si.'.walk Lien Certlf eale No. 97 ISSUed the 21th da\ I May, AH. 1962, lias filed same in ni office, and has made applii a t Ion f> a tax deed to he issued thereon. Baj I Certificate embraces the followln: described property in the County i Dade, State of Florida, to-wlt: I.."II 8t 15, Block II Coral Onhl. Crafts Section Plat Book 1" Pat 4", in the Clt) of Coral Gable County of i'ade. state of Florida. 'I'll., assessment of said properl uiui.r ih. said certificate was in ti name of: I'nknou n. Pill.-.-aid certificate shall he r> deemed according to law. the pro] erty described herein will be Hold %  Hi,, highest bidder at the Court II..niln.e „II ih, first Monda) in th.mom ..f Ma) 1964, w hi. h itile Ith .lav Ma) 1961. I 'al. %  tills 1st day nf April, 1!"H K. P I.KA I'llKlt.MAN, Cl.rk of i"u ult Co nt. I '.nil' i'..in: \. Florid (seal) B> : It. M. LEEPER, Beput) Clerk 4 :'.-l"-17-. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21325 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Nathaniel W Slegel, In.I.lei of County Tax Sal.Certificates numbered 12". 121, 626, 17'J.'. 2ti64, .'""s. 2721, 3206, 1233, 8234, 3631, 3834, 3939, :'.'.'7. 1026, 1062, 11''"'.. 4536, 5720, 6304, .;:'.L':i. and ,332 Issued tin !-t .lay m June A l> 11".1. has tiled same iii illy office, and has mad. application for a tax deed tn i... issued thereon. Said certificates embrace th. following described property, n tinCnUlU) nf Bade, Stale of Florida, to-wlt: Lol 23, Block i. Golden Reach Sec K. Plat Book Page 122, in the I'nnull ..I' I 'a %  '. %  State ol Florida, aembraced in Certificate No. ::'". Th. assessment <>f -aid propert) under th.-aid certifl. ii. Issued wan in the name *f i lelen A Inc. la.t 26 less N ,. Block I, Golden Reach See K. Plat Book V Page p.':'. in tinCounty nf Bade, State ..f Florida, as embraced in iVitlfl.at. No. |2l, The assessment m' said property under the said certificate issued was in the name m Helen A Lots l .%  2, P.lnek 11. Magnolia Suh. Plat Book i". Page v ". in the County %  I Pad.-, si.ue of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 826. The assi --un nt ..f said property under the said certificate Issued was in the name ..I .lames C. Thomas. l.ot 11'. Block 11, Piliew I Park. Plat Pook •'.. l*age I-. in the County i.f Hade, Siat. nf Florida, as embraced in c.rtifi.ate No. 17'.':'. The assessment of -aid properly under the said certificate issued was in tile name ..f Katie lleiidrieksnii. K no IT Tit -'A. Rev Plai ..f Victoria Height-. Plat P..nk 33, Page 7s. in the County "f Hade, State m' Florida, a.embraced In Certificate Nn. 2064. Tin ass. -sinelil ..! -aid propert) under the said certificate i--u.il was ill 111. name nt I., "lima i lllhtrd, i'i ust et al. Lol 2, Block :"-'. Uberty City, Plat Hook 7, Page "9, In the Count) nf i '.ui... Stati of Florida unbraced in Certificate N... L'.IHS. ihe assessment nf said |.ln|ielt> under tin -aid certificate Issued was m the name of Kllsha A: w Henrietta N. Taylor. I.nt 19, BtOCk -'. Syinl.l Pines, pi M t P.mk i'l. Page IV in the Count) of Hade. State of Florida, as emh in I'.iiiiiiati Nn. 2721. The assessment of said propert) under Ihe -.ml certificate Issued was In the name ni Ai Mae Edwards A: II. T. Kllw ar.Is. I.nt 13, Adelaide Pink. Plat Book 27. Page IS. In Ihe Count) ol Had., siate of Florida, as embraced in Certifi.llte Nn. 3205, Tile a-se.-meiit of -aid property under the said certificate Issued was in the name ni Mildred & Naomi Brown. I...'i to l" in. Block :'. l.-s Ix.ts i t,. 7 me.. I Hock .'. Morgan Hill. Plat Book i'l. Page 4. in tinCounty ..f Had.-, Mai.nf Florida, aembraced in Certificate No. 1233. The assessment of -aid property under th.-aid certificate Issued was in the name ,.f I'.ln an I And i 'o Inc. Lota 11 tn is in, Bli k Hill, Plat Bi t 21, P • .in ih,Count) "i i %  %  stai II braced In i \ The asssmenl del t he .., .1 in im name ol I 'ellcan Land • '•• in. i...t I, Block '. Ray Hardy Sub-Plat, h. Count) of Bade, Stan i la, is emii ai • ,i m The men! of -.ml propi rty undei the said cert Iflcate Issued was In the name ol IJalvadoi Agullar. s .;.. '• I ...i ',, Gale Suh.. I'lat Boo %  '.".. Pitge 7". in th.County Dad stat. of Florida, as embraced i Certiflcati \ %  ::> 14. The sssesi in. nt of said property under the sol certificate Issued was In the nan of Joseph M. Oaleano, l-ot I. P.lnek 6, Highland Park. Pit Book 2, I'i-. 13, In the County i Had... state of Florida, as embraci in Certificate Nn. :'.!•:'.!•. The ass.--iii.nl ..i -.mi property under the -n certificate Issued waa in tin* nan of Tin Black .v White Realty Co. Lotl i'.. 7 .V \ Block 11. All. • Pal,I win Kt Al Sub., Plat Book K. Pad* •7. nnl Plat Hook ii. Pate i:t, in th. County "f Hade, state of llorlda. as embraced In Certificate No. :4 :• 7 • • The a--..--in i-i nf -aid property ui d.-r Hie said certificate issued wa ill tinname nf Maitin Si.hi.w Inc. l.ot ?.. Block 6, Hale Miller Trac" Plat P..ok :'. Page 7". in the Count ..I' I'ade. State of Florida, as em braced in Certificate No. i"L'i>. Th assessment nf said property unde tile -aid Certificate issued was ill thi nani,. ..f Win .tIda M. .hlnwitz. I/.t 10. Block ". Hale Miller Tract I'lat Book i'. I'.iis'e 70. in the Count ..f Hade. Siai. ..I Klmldii. as em braced in Certificate No. 4063. Thti-.e-snieiu of said properly unde the -aid certificate issued was in thname nf Annie Johnson. Lota '• A 1". Block :'S. Miami Smitl Plal Book P. lime II. in the Conn ty of I "ad.. siat...f Florida. a embraced in Certificate No. 4166. Th • .'--< -smeiii ..f said property unde. Ihe -aid ii rtlfli ate Issued was in Chi Hani. .,|" Pil\. s llle. Lessee. l.oi IT. Block :'v Miami Peach Improvement Co Siih.. Plat Hook ." Pali.v. III iii. County of Dado, stai ..t Florida, aembraced in Certifl • ate No. 1536. Th.. assessment nt -aid iirnpertt under the said rertifieaie i-su. .1 waiii the name ol Sue--e Soclete He Placements. I...1 •:. p.in.k :. Coral Gables Douulas >." %  .. Plat Book 25, Page 69, i • tinCount) of l'ni.. stat. ..f Florida mil I'lii iii Certificate Ne 5720 Tin assessment < erty under I lie i "i cerl Iflcate Issued was in lie nani, of Jaime 5.1U : ,v w i' irollna, s ; I ..I' W'., ..f NK', ..f NK',. s., lion i'l. Township 55 Smith. Pant 39 Ka-i. talnlng 15 acres more nr le--. MI the County nf i'ade. State of Florida, .. n Ii .... d in i ertlfl < ai.No. ''.:'."! Tinassessment i E -.ml propert) under Ihe said certificate Issued was in the name ... Paradise Memorial Gardens Inc. W'.. of NK", ol NW ', of NW", .. NW, 1, -s K i'l It .V N :'.". ft. Se.limi I. Township 55 South, Itange I" Bast %  in.i nlng :':: acres more or less, in the County "f I'ade. Stale nf l-l.iri.la. as .nil..Mee,i in Certificate No 8323. Tlie a--..--in,ni of said propert) tinder th.-aid certificate issued was m tinname of Hayes P. Wood .v w Patricia G. Lol •'.. P.ln, k 1. 1;. : i v I.ii Home-it,Plal l'.. i, r.. Page i'. n tinCount) ol I lade, s ; i,. ,,|i.-|,,i Ida, as embraced "i Certifl. iti No 7552. ThiiI,' of ... i.i propert j undef sued was In the name of II %  H Mills ,v John A Ml I ess sn bl Khali be • • the i-reln .11 In sni.l i. %  n -ll" Monda) In the month %  %  %  .I i 'at. .1 .I.. | ..i March, A I • ;:n;i p H i ,K \I"III:K.MAN. clerk ti ty, Florida (seal) 11 M LEEPER, 1 'epuiy Clerk i, ^-10-17-24



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Friday. April 17. 1964 +Jmisti fhrkUar Page 13-C < % %  GET AWAY FROM IT ALL Wh be *** allowed by the dock? l.v f9 Jj-'v ; n • i''e of thcKk? II \ev cues liwo *>c IPJ B o o'^e i^-ng *" d*v log, H %  j< ntghl wrth wine *d long! A r>**AOiS£ ow can be sure With K'po'b d""*g *c ih* tpKuff r* Acc>'i'"Odj'tO'*? Ih* v?ry ben. '_,— %  In j' c cho o< w '•* "' s WttW il iMi p'jee theo' ^v.e boat*? x^ Jwt 13 minwfM *oi ow* co*t W^ An IfUnd ci"ed Bahi njUod !" -*^^-A: w *t *'*• dear M jnd ,j..d I .f • j K-iKj l such cori porntlon, Now, therefore, th.\ ili.l mi the H'th da) of May, A.I'. 1961 cause to be im iir|mi-. iieit under the laws ol the Sta r Florida JET MART, INC.. a corporation, with iis principal nlace ni business in MIAMI SPRINGS, DADE COCNTY, In the State ol Florida, ami whereas tiuch corporation did mi (laTill day of April. A.D. 1!M;I. cauae to be riled In the office of the Secretary of state of the State • if Florida, the documentary authorIts required under svetion 60R.27, Florida statutes, showing the dissolution of siu-li corporation. Now, therefore, the Secretary "t Slat.il..es hereby certify to the foreUTollIK ami that Inis Nullified that Hi.reqiilremi nts of the law have I H %  n complleil \v i11i. IN WITXEriM WHEREOF, I have hereunto s.-t my hand and have affixed the CJrelll Seal of the State ol llorida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this tinSEVENTH day of APRIL, A.M. IMH ISKAL) TOM ADAMS Secretnr.i of State I 17 YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED We en answer your phone in your own name. Let* than $5 per week for a full time Telephone Secretary. ; ANSWERITE, INC. *'\ TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721 R39QBQGM INDIAN RIVER ORANGES PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 1 $495 Delivered Anywhere U.S.A. Half MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED BONDED-INSURED-GUARANTIED ic 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710-FR 4-8783 FREE ORANGE JUICE WE PACK EM RITE HERE 8 A.M. TO 10 P M. DAILY CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA I'.i All. Til WIIU.M THESE PRESENTS SUM. I. COME, tiREETIXtiK: Whereas, SAM SACKS, MIAMI I'.M.UII. I l.i i|:il i.\; MITilll-'.l. I' MM.I. Kit. MIAMI FI.ORIOA; l.i'l'IS UEItKWIT, MIAMI IIEACH, FLORIDA iii-i ..ii the lath .Im ..I s.i.i.-inI : %  | i nuse to In Incoi iteri miller Ihi law of the I Floi hi.. Ml XMI Ni 'KM WI'V l'i >KP :i %  .;... i. Hi. II. u ,1 Ii it|ii liiI .-i|..il |. ... ol lni.-iii. -ill MIAMI i '! %  : \. 'Il DADE i' '1'N'I'V. in thi I ..ml Ii. reas su Ii %  ii did i.n tinTill du> ol \ I i i:n.|. IIUHI to lie nil I %  ill. s. i. i.i. of Stute ol the Stallof Florida, (he din il niary authoritj miuiied un lei %  Ion :.". Florlila Statuti s, I RIHIWIIIS lh< diexolution of such cor; pi .rat Now. therefore, the Sei retai > ol 1 Mat,ill.. hei • Ii} ci rtlf> !.. tin fi .14 and thai he in aatlafied Ihul Lin i ,-.|iui .iii.-iiinf the Im* havi i In .II complied with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. 1 have I hereunto set im ha ml anil have arI fixed the i lie.it Seal of the State of I lorlda, ni Tail.ili.i-s..-. the Capitul, this the SEVENTH daj ol APK1U A 11 l!'i.-l tsi: A i.i TOM ADAMS Se. i etarj of State I 17 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKX that the utiil. r.-liiii.-.l, dealrlng to engage in in.-in.-under the fietitious name of AI.I MINIMI DOOR KINO t -PMI I:. lth Court, lli.il.ali. Intend! to reglater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of bade County, Florida. AI.IMIN'IJI DOORS, INC LEONARD .1 KALIKII Attorne) for Appllcanl ill::' duPont BulidlnK 1/10-17-24, 5 l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY (JIVEN thai tin undersigned, dealrlng t" engage in luisiness uinler tinfictitious name ..I lsAI.MAI! APARTMENTS at 680.*in7 Abbot) Av.-nue. Miami Beach, int< mis to register xalil name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'aiU%  t lounty, Florida. MARTHA BALLAN MILTON A. FRIEDMAN 1 Attorney foi Appllennt .1111 Ainaley III'IM: I 17--.'. '. I-* NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY 01VEN that •he underaigned, deHlrlng t<> engagi n liii-in. -uniler the fictitious name if HiOl.tHilCAL ASSOCIATES at i'.O Box %  ..-::: Miami. Fla., intend ... reglstei said name with thi Clerk .1 the I'iieiin Court >.i Daile County, Florlila STANLEY JOHN ZACHAK1AS mul II. A M VI-: ZACHARI VS. i:.|ii.-.l I'a it in i:\ PAI'l. KW ITNBV ol Sll.v KRSTKIN. KWITNEY -I Ih.Uiliss ni fni Applicants :: %  l.i .ii ItiHid Mall 117-1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION N THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 39t>3 II'V K HASSELE I'luintiff KRXKSTIN V HASSELE, 11. I. li.lanl SUIT. FOR DIVORCE TO KRNESTINA HASSELK t7_'". Junction lloulevaiil Corona, L. I.. Ne York You, l-aliest ina Ha.-s. U-. ar, llilehj notified th.a a Bill ..f Complaint for Divorce has been filed agatual j.ou, uud you are required to servi ,, cop) <.r "your Answer or Pleading to tinBlU.of Complaint on the Plaintiff .ni.itie>. SAM BLOOM, •-•" si: l-iist Avenue, Miami. Florlila, ami file the original Answer <. 19S6, cause to be lncor|iorated uniler the laws "l the state nt Florida MCyl'IRE PLl'MBIXO, IXCORPORATi'11 a eotiMiratlon, itii it.principal place ..i business at MIAMI. DADE COUXTY, in the Slat.of FiorlilB, und 1 Whereas such corporation did on the I Bill .1 1} ol AIM II, A 11 1964, %  .ins.to I be filed In the office of the Secretary of Slat,of the State of Florida, %  tindocumentary uuthorlt> required under Section 60S.27, Florida statutes. showing ili. ilissulutii.il of such cor%  poratlon. \..u. therefore, the Beorelary ol State dues hereb) certlf} t" the foregoing and thai he In satlsfleil thai th. requirements of the law have la ,-n complleil with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I havi In r.-iinti. s.-t my hand and have affixed the Ureai Seal of I he State ol 1 lorlda, at Tallahassee, tinCapital, this the SIXTH da) of Api II v 1 1 MIAMI Established 1914 FRanklin 3-7796 1964 (SEAL) TOM ADAMS Secretary of Stati I 1" NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 64C 3B60 PALM A lil'ZAS. Plaintiff, vs. GEORGE IU'ZASJ_ Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE |i i: GEl IRGE HI /-AS Residence Unknown You, GEORGE BUZ vs. nn h< n hj notified that a BUI of i 'omplalnl foi Divorce hi.been filed against you, ami you ani-eq'lired to servi 0 copj of your Answer or Pleading t.. the BUI of %  '••mil 1 .im ..II the Plaintiff's at v M VI.. MI.. VI II FRIEDMAN. ;ir. Securit) Trust Building, 119 East Fiagler Street, Miami, Florida 33132 .HI. I ti,, the original Answer or Pleading in the ..tii.-e of the •'•• k ..I the I'ln-uii Court nn or before thi lath da) ..i May, 1964. it )uu fall to do so, iudgmenl b) ilefuuM .ll In taken .lii.iiti-i you t.-i the rellel demanded in the Hill "i Complaint. Tinnotice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in Till: JEWISH FI.OKID1AN ini\'i: AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, tinTill da) of April A I > %  ...! I-:. Ii LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circull Court, I a.le County, Florida (•'ill llll '"..III t S. .ill i:> <: %  COPELAND, IVput) Clerk MAI ii'i.M II FRIEDMAN ji". Set HI iu Ti u.-i Building 119 Ka-i Flagli i Streel Miami, Florida I 10-17-24, '. I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62658 C IN RE: Ksial. I.I ALEXANDER LEVA Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To VII Creditors and All Persons Ha> inu Claim* .i Demands Agalnsl Said You ai.hereby notified ami required to present any claims and demands which you ma) have against th.estate of ALEXANDER LEVA deceased kite "i Dade County, Florida, t,, tinCount) Judges of Dade County, and file the name In duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16, Florida, Statute-, In th. II offices in tinCounl) Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within si\ culendar months from tintime of the first publication hereof, or the name will he barred. I>at,il at Miami. Florida, this 1st da) of April. A.I I i64. MARi IARETTE LEVA VEg .utri.v First publication of ti-inotice ->n Hi. pith day ..I April, 1964. RICHARD ,v KELSON Attorne) for E> • cutrix 6I*.T Lincoln Road, Miami Beach I 10-17-24, Ii i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62337 IN RE: Ran r SIDXEY IIA LBERG l',,..ise.l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors und All Persons Ha\ ing Claims ..i Demands Against Said Estate: v ..H are Ii. r.-i.v notified and re* .' t<> pr ---ni an) claim* an. .1man,is which voit mn> have against the .--i-i i Sll iXEY HALBERi eased Inl • of Dndi 'mini %  Florida, in t In Co i %  I Iges ol Dadi Co n.i rib the sam* 1 du tt< itnd .. i led in .-. Ion 7:: |fi, i |. • S'tn rifces III I lie %  '1111/ 1 .. HI ii" is o unl within -i". < ilendar months from nine ..f 11 i.la a Ion hei i ol Ihi -.I'mwill lie I'.IM-'-.I. Dated til Miami, Floi Ida, %  lit> of Vl.ii eh, V.D 11164 111 Til I.I E IIAI P.ERG v • i ratrlx Fli si 1'iii'liii i"ti of th II%  n ihe ii'ih da) "i' April, i %  ".. SIH.\i:v EFItiiXSO.V 'Hot m \ foi Admlnlsl rat n II Sei in it) Ti il -I Ulilg 21 ".1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlurt the undersigned, dealrlng to engage :n business under the fictitious name of BOGNEH SALES CO., 3240 N VV il-t Street, Intends t.. register Bald name with tin Clerk "f the Circuit Court of i i.ul' i "iiiit> Florida, SOUTHEASTERN HAT CORP I 17-24, '. DJ IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62664 A IX RE: Estate of MANUEL SCHWAItTZM v.V Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I To All Credit..is and All IVrs..ns 11,i\ Ing Claims or Demanda Against Bald Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any clalma and demands which you may have against the .-tat.of MANUEL NCHWAHTZMAN deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to Ihe Count) Judges of Dado County, ami file the same iii duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within sis calendar month* from ihe time of the first publication her.-oi. in tinsam.will he barred Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1st. • da) of April. A.D. 1964. GEORGE GOLDEN AExecutor l irst publication of this notice .-n the lot Ii da) "f April. 1964 JEROME ti. GREEXE Attnrne) for Executor I'll Security Trust Bldg .Miami 12, Florida 4 10-17-24, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62785-A IX RE: Estate of MARG Mil-: I' A ELMEXDORF I -. -I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Person* HavIng Claims ot L*emands Agalnsl Said Estuti V'l.n are hereby notified and n il i .-.I t-. present an) claim* and demanilw Iii. h > ou ma) hav. agalnsl i Hi,. Kl l< MARGARET A 171. MENDORF ile eased late of New York County, New York State, t" the nt) Judge* "i Dade County, and fill the same in duplicate and as provided In Kectloi 16, Florida Statutes, in their office* in tin County I Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar month* from the inn,.a iii, first publication hereof, or the -nine w ill Inlial r,-.| Dated al Miami. Florida, this 7th da) .'i April. Ai> 1964 MILTON A FRIEDMAN vAdministrator Cum Testamento Annexo I n -i publlcal "ii "i tinn n Hi, P'th dit) .'I Vi't-il. 1964. vi i I.Tl N V I KIEDMAN Attorne) for Administrator 1 II I Ainsl, v Building, Miami. Fla I 10-17-24. S 1 • It O OFING • REPAIRS AND RE-ROOFING 1731 N. MIAMI AVE. SINCE 1920 PALMER'S ROOFING PHONE FR 3-6244 FOR BETTER HEALTH VISIT THE MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE PHYSICAL THERAPY BODY CONDITIONING GENERAL DIAGNOSIS A X-RAY C0L0NIC IRRIGATIONS ULTRA SONIC THERAPY CABINtTS and MASSAGt 7235 Biscayne Blvd. Phone PL 7-7234 BEST WISHES TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS 16th ANNIVERSARY Miami Seal. Certificate & Stamp Co. INC. Corporation Supplies — Rubber Stamps LEGAL FORMS 936 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida FR 3-6327



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y. I pril 17. 1964 Jen 1stiftoridiom Page 9-C K ing Year in Purchases for Greater Miami at Anniversary Dinnei As Israel celebrates the sixteenth year of her independence. Greater Miami can look with pride to the part which it has p!a\ed in this great drama. In 1963. our community once again achieved the distinction ol being the outstanding Israel Bond city in the world. On these pages are scenes of some r:f the highlight! of the Israel Bond year and some of the distinguished personalities who have helped make them possible. (in Sunday. Apr. 19. Greater Miami will rejoice in Israel's historic milestone and pay tribute to Sam and Bea Blank, who have been an inspiration to man*institutions which Jews everywhere hold dear. rSanlis ^> Set r rcccacnr... E Simon, president and chairman of the ik ci Miami B^c.ch. receiveS250,oi Israel Bonds purchnsed by the M .. Beach from Israel Minister of Fihaa Sapir at the inlet national conierheld in Miami Beach this year. The recording purchase launched a nationwide effort auks to purchase Israel Bonds, following the :e*:on by James J. Saxon, comptroller of the incy, that Israel Bonds are regarded as sound it.es tor investment by banks, insurance com>s and other national fiduciary inslitutions. B# VSond* SD and Mrs. Jack A. Cantor fleft\ visit with Baron and Baroness Edmond lothschild durinq the gala reception preceding the notional inaugural eience dinner in Miami Eeach. Cantor is state chairman for Israel is and honorary co-chcirmcn with Samuel Friedland for the 16th IsIndependence Dinner. Baron de Rothschild, who was a guest of honor e conclave here, is European chairman for Israel Bonds and plays a inant io!e in furthering the economic development of the State of Isa proud tradition in his illustrious family. Mrs. Elise Adams (right), humanitarian and philanthropist, meets with Elliot Roosevelt, son of the late President and Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and Mrs. Roosevelt in their Miami Beach home at a reception which sparked the Greater Miami Israel Bond campaign. Mrs. Adams has set a new national level for women's Israel Bond purchases. February's international inaugural conference for Israel Bonds, at which Greater Miami played host to the nation, featured a Dinner of Stute which attracted more than 2,000 top Jewish leaders. Here (left to right) are Trustee of Israel Max Orovitz; Baron Edmond de Rothschild, of France, who was a special guest of honor at the conference; Sen. Abraham Ribicoff, of Connecticut, a featured speaker; and Samuel Friedland, honorary chairman of the Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds. Surprise guests at the initial reception for the Commitee of Hosts for the Israel Independence Dinner were Metropolitan Opera star Jan Peerce and his daughter Susan, friends of Chairmen Carl and Esther Weinkle. Seen here are Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rosenburg (center., Trustees of Israel and pacesetters in the Greater Miami Israel Bond effort, greeting the celebrated guests of the reception. High-level discussions of United States-Israel friendship at the Ambassador's Ball brought together (left to right) Trustee of Israel Sidney Ansin; Rep. Claude Pepper, who played a major role in the Senate throughout Israel's fight for independence; Ambassador Avraham Harman, Israel's distinguished envoy to this country; Maurice Revitz, chairman of Trustees of Israel; Mrs. Revitz; and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds. Ansin was guest of honor at the Temple Beth Sholom Dinner of Tribute, and Revitz was feted at the annual function of Temple Menorah, as both Miami Beach congregations continued their record support for Israel. ^zMt the a^rtnoassaaor s L T j tifi Outstanding social event of Greater Miami's Jewish community each year is the traditional Ambassador's Ball in late December. Israel's chief envoy to the United States, Ambassador Avraham Harman. greeted this impressive group of young debutantes formally presented to him by their proud parents at the glittering ball attended by more than 1,000 persons who joined to climax the greatest Israel Bond year in Miami's history.



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Friday, April 17, 1964 *Jen-i*ti ftork0anr. Page 11-C Candidates Running for State and Local Office Following is a partial li—i ol candidates running tor office in the May elections. (For further listings, sec other sections.) Venerable Trustee of Israel Ben Frankenstein lights special menorah symbolizing Israel's anniversary of independence in preparation for Sunday night's gala dinner at which Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank will receive the highlycoveted State of Israel Medallion of Honor. Pharmaceutical Fraternity Miami Alumni Chapter, Alpha .' %  Omega, national pharmaceutical fraternity, held its nth annual induction dinner dance on Sunday, t> p.m., at the Algiers Hotel. Robert King High Miami Mayor Robert King High. Democrtic gubernatorial candidate, said this week "I will definitely seek to repeal the increase' in the auto license tags passed by the last session of the legislature. "During my four terms of office as Mayor of Miami," High continued. "I have kept my campaign pledges to reduce taxes, and I believe this can be done in the State of Florida." The 39-year-Old candidate also asserted his belief that "it is important that the voting publicknow the personal financial con dition of each candidate." Offering bis own statement of net worth. High challenged "all other gubernatorial candidates to display the same faith with the voting public." Sen. Scott Kelly Native Floridian Sen. Scott Kelly is seeking the governorship because "the people of Florida are searching tor executive. i"..


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Fridcy. April 17. 1964 +Je*lsl> florid fan Page 9-A Miarru Vice Mayor Sidney M. Aronovitz (left) presents Sidney Lei n, chairman of the Arbor Day commemoration sponsored by ..19 Miami Eeautification Committee, with a proclamation by .layer Robert King Hiah which announced Apr. 15 as the dc: dedicated to tree plantings. Hussein Visiting Johnson Continued from Page 1-A Eat' affords the best yardstick for he equitable distribution of watarf in the area. They added that the United States supports the right* of all the riparian states imohed to make use of the wateron an equ table basis. Israel i> one of those riparian states. (New York dispatches from [Cain reported'that President Nasser, Oi Egypt.'has sent a letter to President Johnson, which was to I hnv been delivered to the White mouse on Tuesday. Washington [sources dij not confirm Mr John [j-on's reee.pt oi such a letter. I Dining his stay here. King HusIsein was to w honored at .i dinner Aronovitz Gets Clean-Up Award Miami Vice Mayor Sidney M. Aronovitz was this week presented with Miami's achievement award from the National Clean l'p, Paint Up, Fix Up Bureau. Presentation was made by Gordon E. Smith, chairman of the Miami Beautitication Committee. f -ft Radio Executive is Vice Chairman Of Committee Sidney Levin, vice president' and general manager of radio station WKAT. has been named a' vice chairman of the Miami Beautification Committee. Levin, chairman of the group's festivities for Arbor Day on Wednesday, was first appointed to the committee a year and a half ago, and has been a member of the board since October, 1963. Led by Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein, president of Jewish Family and Children's Service, members of the agency participate in a Dial-a-Thon session at Federation Headquarters. Over S2.000 was raised at the session by representatives of the National Council of Jewish Women and JFCS. two beneficiary agencies of the annual Combined Jewish Appeal campaign Left to riqht (seated) are these JFCS board members: James Mack. Mrs. Goldstein, and Mrs. Leonard Beldner. Standing is Joseph Gassen. by President Johnson, and was to reciprocate ith a similar event honoring Mr. Johnson. Among the Washington events in the King's honor was also a luncheon by the Citizen.Committee for American Policy in the Middle East, an anti-Israeli group. As one of three vice chairmen,, Pancoast, who has resigned be I Beth Kodesh Will Honor Weiners a citizens representative on the Dade County Pollution Board. Miami Beautitication Commit tee chairman is Gordon Smith. Miss Alice MacVicar and Mrs. James A. Dunn also are vice chairmen Mr. and Mrs. Eli Weiner will be | tional activities." declared Charles honored at a meeting of Beth I Hablow. president, in announcing Kodesh Congregation. the function • The devotion, energy and inter-1 The meeting will be held next cst of the Werners have beenj Tuesday evening at 8:15 p.m Rabunioue in the annals of congregahi Max Shapiro is spiritual leader. more fur.. jnts or Kids? EVERYBODY J has FUN... X|t >* :i: ..nil/| Dlfftrt-t V %  ^—congratulations to the STATE OF ISRAEL on Us 1U1I H?}E; A GREAT IDE r CABANA ful ? ; .-•ii'llir..; \>,'n 3 ..' Own ;a jaro *or the Sun PLUS imt T'C pools ana p '• vo> >?i b*ach. B 3 ? kiai ry bcou* FO* 'HE Fl*i* TIMS we introduce A DAY CAMP FOR THE KIDS! Co -v i vjoervited a;'' '• ti-i — j--i i, crafts, donci-ia, dra-r i : Ving. field I > toVt ji':; and much mi to kt 1 SW"i buiy and Vo.. No -.-. %  i far you — fjn far Nwa! .. F0 !Nf0RMATI0"4 k'-.. C8ANA KKM. JE 2-3311 W4Y 1F3.> NOV. 1 p fOPl E MIITM "1-wliN, ni|in|0,i-.loi OCIAN 4 % % %  i 1o*411. STS • MIAMI 81 ACM 16tli &4nni versarx ?/ A rotti MITCHELL WOLFSON Chairman of the Board MILTON WEISS President MIAMI BEACH ERAL I SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION MAIN orricr Lined* RMS' Mall at Waskiaftan Avtnut JC 1551 1 •RANCH OFFICES 799 WttiiniteR kn., Miami stack K 1,5511 260 Ssiuty Islet B01.le.1r.. Miami wi 7 1419 Ml 71st Strict Miami stack Jf. 8-5511 11338 N.W. 7tk Avsmn. Miami NA 1 MDl



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Technion Women Install Mrs. Sirkin Mf Milton Sirkin was installed president of the Greater Miami :, Women's Division, Amer ii :i; Technion Society, at a lunch, ir st Friday in the DiLido HotSome 150 women attended the a, which was chaired by I '.corge W. Valentine. Mrs. F Thau, outgoing president save her annual report. v (I was the fact that the now has some 500 memltd that the organization has ed ten students at Techi.ion ior one full year, all expai.i in addition to tuition. since its inception here four > < ..• ago. Trudy riamerschlag, member ; the national Board of Di<• of the Women's Division i: national membership chairreported on life members d e trustees. Irving Lehrman, founder nt of the chapter. was in-lal officer. Mrs. Murray Ros Offered a program of songs iano selections. Also in Mali" were: I Vice presidents, Mrs. Trudv I Hamerschlag, Mrs. Ben Zion GinsI burg. Mrs. Jack Katzman. Mrs. Dorothy Krciger Fink. Mrs. Nan j Cohen, Mrs. Norman C. Hill. Treasurer. Mrs. Ruben Porter; financial secretary. Mrs. Leo Rut stein; associate financial secretary, Mrs Frances Fntine; recordi ing secretary. Mrs. Rena J. Stein; | corresponding secretary. Mrs. ; Jack Goldberg; parliamentarian, .Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger; honorary presidents. Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Philip F. Thau. Boar.l of Directors are Mesdame Abraham Anthony. Meyer A. Baskin. Alexander Bearman, Bernard Berkley, Irving Cypen, Jay Dernier. Harry Grossman. Jennie Grossinger, Jeanette Gutterman, Louis C. Kohn. Anna Brenner Meyes. Rita Oppenheimer, Harry Platotl. David Pome, Jack Popick, Marion W. Bobbins. Samuel S. Sapiro, Sol Trachtenberg, Paye Tupler, George W. Valentine. Max Weitz. Leonard Gilbert. An engraved silver bowl was presented to Mrs. Thau by the board. M.-i Milton Sirkin (left) accepts the gavel of presidency from Mrs Irving Lehrman. founder president of the Women's Divis.;.. of Technion here. n j nllTE bv ISABEL GRCVE ie of %  ix on \ tracting 1874 from i%4 • 90. and that's the number rthdays Ida Orlansky, 1306 th St >\.ll have celebr.it Apr 17 Still the dun ii ious Southern Belle, Ida • here troni Chester. S.C., i" Crowding around her %  iday will be her three laughters, Tbelma (Mrs intahza, Lucille ( Mrs Wal 5C0ZZa, Clarice ( Mrll.ii' i rkowitz, and lour greal bildren, all Miamians Ethel Brown Glasston, ol M Beach an I Burlington, VI entertained at a surprise bin ay party recently for child hoC( j_irl friend Miss Elizabeth tz. of Quincy, Ma-s., and Mian i Beach Became a celebration when Elizabeth nicknamed "Lyrical Liza," sh< rt a letter from tiie White H" thanking her for a song sht ad composed in honor of President Lyndon B. Johnson ... At present, she's also await ing the release of her latest recorded song, "Woe is Me" Offering congratulations to the talented guest of honor were Mrs, Frances Marentz, Miss Isabelle Marentz. Mrs. Libbie Mai vin. Mrs. Mollie Silverman, Mrs. Mabel Christie, Mrs. Bella Kaufman. Mrs. Minnie Kaufman and MrHose Minas Bri e to-be, Beverly Rovenger, will be feted :it a brunch Sunday in Miami Beach Hostesses will l Miss Barbara Conn am! Miss Marge Nagel • Guests v\ il l include Beverly's mother, Mrs. Naomi Rovenger, i ;' dmother, Mr-. 11 e I en Belacaicr, and Mrs. Bess Rovener, the prospective groom's 'mother, Mis Rose Dushkin, and Mrs, Milton Weinstein, Miss Marion Rovenger, Miss Kitty I'alk. Mrs. Edith Neilsen, Mrs. Sylvia Klubaek. Mrs Dan Duckworth. Mrs Leonard Cole. Miss Diane O'Steen and Miss Sandra Sa\ada Irwin Dushkin and Beverly will exchange nuptial vows on Sunday. May 24. at the Balmoral. • Following his Bar Mitzvah at Beth David last Saturday, Michael Dean Kotler was honored at Continued on Page 7-B d-ll/t ovnan s IMortJ ~


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f age 6-A At installation ceremonies of Jewish War Veterans Post 677 are (left to right) Dade County Mayor Chuck Hall; "Augie" Simon, newly-elected post commander; Florida State Department Commander Manuel Mandel; and Daniel Neal Heller, national commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. North Shore JWV Installs Officers "Augie" Simon was installed a( mander of North Shore Jewish War Veterans Post 677 at cerei ies here. Also installed "ere Arthur Sele%  %  senior vice commander; Herman Press, iirst junior vice commander: Bernard Plotkin, second junior vice commander: Ben Haberman. judge advocate: Joseph Pfeiffer, quartermaster. Simon succeeds Ben Haberman to the top post. Installation cerempniea were Mar. i? at the Carillon Hotel, with a capacity attendance North Shore Auxiliary of JWV installed officers at the same time. New Auxiliary president is Mrs. Gertrude Solomon. Israelite Center Luncheon Max Garshag and Mrs. Bessie Geltner, co-chairmen, announce tliat the annual donors luncheon of Bikur Cholim of the Israelite Center will he held on Wednesday noon. Apr. 22. at the Strath Haven Hotel. Mrs. Jack Schwartz is president. Beth El Meets For CJAppeal A capacity crowd of over 200 •--!. 1 *••• •* %  • ••' • • ENAMELS-SEMI-GLOSS INTERIOR • EXTERIOR FOR WOOD-SEAIE0 PLASrER-METAl. iOATS FURNITURE, KITCHENS AND OATHS MARATRIM 6 YR. QUALITY $ 5.95 PURE WHITE 3 Y. OOALITY '3.95 $ ?5 75 % & PATCH f PLASTER 1 I* 43 C I | CI..K Till 33Z32 MIAMI UK 11 It* y| MM 'SI >Ull [SQ L WEST MIAMI **i Ml, m IT. m .in, • T ;>AUMR>MLK I" %  • %  44Ui ||. NO. MIAMI mis Mr, TirL *MI l-IUI • SOUTH MUM ISII tMI Hll M ant a FT-lAMOCMOAlC '•"I M ?•. it NO. MIAMI %  EACH (M R.E. mm IT. •I 9 1111 • WEST HLYWD I Ml R. STATE 10. 7 TU anti • Mf u_ nnnfas N.W. MIAMI IHSl N.W. Jill l tl l-ISM IT nn IMI *). I M R M I U0. II) 1114 MIALIAM III! C • s TU •' fTII '""' III W. J" '' TM MW •'• DEUVE.r .,.„ CU$TOM T|NT|NO *T NIALEAN """ %  •* II. KEY LAPCO ., i.Vf "_ CHARGE ACCOUNTS WI1COWI



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Israel to Celebrate 16th Anniversary "eje wish Floridian Miami. Florida, Friday. April 17, 1964 Section C January 6, 1964. Pope Paul VI was in Is. This was the first papal visit to the y Land since the days of St. Peter. The e was greeted on his entry by President bhazar. and proceeded to the Christian Holy Pieces in Nazareth, Tagbha. Capernaum. Mount of Beatitudes. Mount Tabor and Jerusalem. In the capital, he took leave of the President and members of the Government, expressing most cordial thanks for the hospitality shown him. Urgent Call for Peace Issued in Hope Of Raising Level of MidEast Amity On the occasion of her lGth anniversary of independence, Israel again sends out her call for peace and understanding, de-. spite the wall of hatred built up by the neighboring Arab States and their incessant threats to ence on July 10, Premier I.evi Kshkol declared: •'I am confident that if only we could meet faccto-face. the Arab leaders would soon lind that peace is in the best interests oi us all. an I that differdestroy her. At a press conferences can be ironed out by negoAT BOND TRI3UTE SUNDAY Blanks to be Honored With State of Israel Medalltan : Two of Greater -Miami's most active communal leaders. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, will be joint recipients oi the State of Israel Me ailion of Honor at the Israel 16th anniversary dinner sponsored by the Greater Miami Committee for state of Israel Bonds Sunday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The Blanks have been pioneer leaders in aid to the State Of Israel. in 1938, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation was founded at a meeting at the liome of the Blanks. Since then. Mr. Blank lias served in every major position in Federation, including president and chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Mrs. Blank has been equally active in the Women's Division through the years. When the I-rael Bond cam paign as launched in 1951, the Blanks were again in the forefront, and Blank served as COchairman with Sam Fricdland. Carl VVeinkle and Max Orovitz in 1052 The Blank name is known throughout Israel because oi his close identification as one of the principals ol the Miami Israel group, which was founded in IR50 and long has been one ol the largest sources of private investment in the Jewish State. Associated with Fricdland. Orovjta and Dan Ruskin in the Miami Israel group, Blank has played a key role in the development of tourism ond other Israel industry through the build Ing.and modernisation of the Dan Hotel in Tel Aviv, the Dan Carniel in Haifa, the Accadia in Continued on Page 5-C tiation and discussion. We, on our part, are always ready, without malting any prior conditions, to discuss either an overall peace .settlement or a solution Of any specific problem that has arisen between us and the Arabs." The same note was struck in ;• challenging appeal delivered by the Foreign Minister at the United Nations Assembly in October, when Mrs. Meir submitted a six-point plan to allay tensions in the Middle East. The Israel Government's proposals were: • To respect the political independence and territorial integrity ol all the States in the region; • Not to interfere in the territorial affairs of any other State; • To renounce the threat or use of force: • To abandon policies and practices of belligerency, including boycott and blockade: • To settle all disputes by peace ful means; • To enter into negotiations with the object of achieving complete disarmament with mutual inspection, covering all types of weapons. Israel warmly welcomed the agreement to ban atomic tests, and was among the countries to initial it when it was firts opened to signature on August 8. 1963 in Moscow. Washington and Continued on Page 2-C Ji/aj* 5 -


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Friday. April 17. 1964 +Jewist tier Mian Page 7-A •Eshkol Warns Israel Foes on 16th Anniversary Centred area, and along', play, with a fly-past of some 220 avert attack. s new waU r lou,t laeJi aircraft, including heliIn an address Tuesdav, stimmarspectators expected to con\ • on Beersheba from all parts of | the country. Many Israelis were expected to come to this city beby the Israeli Army. j fore Thursday. The Hotel CaesarMeanwhiie. new roads and oth-; ea, of Tel Aviv, chartered a special er facilities were being reamed plane to take its guests to the for the hundreds of thousands of parade. the rly means to If, however, the enemy decides to try his chance, despite this power he should know that our army ••ill act swiftly and forcefully." izmg present problems on the eve ol the lUth anniversary. Shimon Peres, Deputy Minister of Defense, urged the intensification of Israel's electronics industry as \-kic about American guaran"the most important means lor lees given to Israel, .Mr. Eshkol fostering Israel's military devel-.id "There are such guarantees, opment." ,iul it is no secret." However, he said, he was unaware of any Preparations were meanwhile limitation on American guarantees "••ring c ompletion in Beersheba which might, in effect, tell Israel: "You better be good boys." Ilkaf I^AMM C!l n J Israel's historic record, he said. WIVI VCim OldTeC! makes it clear that "we cannot J %  mm —. help ox others" to maintain IsAt IVIOllliT OlflQI i... IB< .urity Gea Yitzhak Rabin, chief of AlMlial MeftinO luff Of Israels defense forces. ^ ,, M I m?CTing copters and various types of jets, spearheaded by 48 Miraje fighter planes. The infantry and mobile columns were to ieature the latest l.-raeli equipment, including 155 mm. howitzers mounted on Sherman tank carriers. This self propelled gun. which has won the esteem of foreign military at laches in Israel, was developed *•• David Pinski Oneg Shabbat On Friday. 8 p.m., the David I'inski Folk School will have an Oneg Shabbat at the Farband Center. 842 Washington Ave. Louis so stated that, while there must Dr Havden C. Nicholson, dean Lawvin, principal of the school. fu no ueakening of Israel's desire of fne University of Miami School!"'" speak on Biblical personalilor pea e. and while every effort of Medicine, will be guest speaker *** % %  Chayele Grober. star of the! musl be made to seek peace. "Isat Mt sinaj Hospital's annual' Habima. will appear in a program ; In-ly or help from others" to main. mee ting on Thursday evening 'of Yiddish and Hebrew songs |. in Israels security. Apr 23 in |he hospita i„ Louis E Both Syria and Egypt, said Gen. W( ,if son Auditorium Rflhkl Qhnnirft Rabin, are preparing to attack IsIAUDDI OilCipirO fael—Syria over Israel's water Dr Nicholson is a graduate of connected with the use of ""' Cnivcrsitj of Michigan, where Off fQ COflfob Jordan River waters, Egypt "in mi ,-,(• with Nasser's statenents liller Named o Hotel Post he served as a member of the faculty. He was also dean of the University of Arkansas School of Medicine. Dr. Nicholson came to the University of Miami's staff in June. 1962. Prior to that, he was executive director of the Hospital Council of Greater New York. His Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, spiritual leader of Beth David Congregation, will participate in the 64th annual convention of the rabbinical assembly. international association of Conservative rabbis, at Grossingers. N.Y.. 23. Unrri I -.ii.i.,,.. i, „,• I,I „t <-uuncii oi iireaier .>ew xoris. MIS., .. Mori. Lanshurgh. president of ... ..,,„,:„_ %  Fdllrafion from Apr. 19 through lie seven Miami Beach Associated *!,„.., fc(,ucat,on tels group, has announced ap:,nd ,losp,,a, Care ntment of Charles Miller to post j According to J. Gerald Lewis. executive food and beverage dipresident of Mt. Sinai, election and fector at the Deauville Hotel. i installation of new trustees will Miller, banquet manager and take place, and brief reports on i ls a memDer 0| lhe orgamzaJterir.i director at the Deauville \ the activities of Mt. Sinai during tlon s cxccume council. lice 1957, succeeds Bill Goldring, i the past year will be presented.: Theme of the conclave will be signed to accept a post with i The choral group of the hospital's j "The Quest for Jewish Unity— fitercor.tinental Hotels in Los | School of Practical Nursing will Inner. Tensions and Outward lgelet Calif. present several selections. Reach." 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Page 10-B +Je*lst fhrtcBrm Friday. April 17, 1964 Bermont. Weisser Exchange Vows Following a honeymoon in Jamaica, the former Audrey Lynn Weisser and Richard Barry Bermont will live at 7250 SW 83rd St. The Sunday evening wedding, on Apr. 12. was held in Anshe Emeth Temple in Peoria. III. Officiating clergyman was Rabbi Joseph GinsA reception and dinner at the Pere Marquette Hotel followL Daughter of Mrs. Muriel Weisser, of Peoria. the bride is a graduate of Peoria High. She attended Christian College, and Parson College and is an alumna of RayVogue Schools. Nowassociated with the Miami .nice of H. Hentz & Co.. the bridegroom is the son of Mrs William Bermont. 609 Cadagua Ave. A graduate of Coral Gables High and the University of Texas, he is a member of Sigma Alpha Mu. social fraternity. For the nuptials, the bride was jMwned in a domed silhouette of light ivory taflcta appliqued with pearl-encrusted floral motifs. The bodice was designed with a scoop neckline and elbow sleeves, and a flowing bow trimmed the detachable chapel train. A full-tiered light ivory Engli-h silk illusion veil was held by a matching forward plateau of pearl edged floral motifs. r of the bride. Judie Weisser. served as maid of honor. MRS. RICHARD BERMONT Bridesmaids included Judie Bermont. the bridegroom's sister, Linda Elliott. Diane Horan and Carole -Clauss. Peter Bermont was his brother's best man. and serving as groomsmen were Robert Greenman. Myron Newman, Stephen Issenberg, Robert Altman and Arnold Ber. mont. Torah Fund Tea Set Wednesday Mrs. Alexander Kogan. president of the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El. announces the annual Torah Fund Mathilde Schechter Tea on Wednesday, at the home <•( Mrs. Paul Kaplan. Mrs. Harry Koretzky and Miss Lillian Goodman, co-chairmen of the tea, said that proceeds will go toward construction of a dormitory to hou--<> young womn who wish to study at the Teachers Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York. A special program has been prepared under the direction of Trixie Levin. Re-Elect Experienced Anna Brenner MEYERS To The Dade County School Board SERVED 10 YEARS! Pull Lever 44-A I'nirt Pollilral V<1\ Rothfeld, Hirsh Plan for July Mrs Max Rothfeld. 6-t5 W 51st SI., announces the engagement of her daughter. Vera Anne, to Charles Jerome Hirsh, son of Mr. and MrGabriel Hirsh. of Miami [{each, The bride-elect is the daughter of the late Max Iiothfeld. A graduate of Miami Beach High, the future bride attended University of Florida and is a senior at the University of Miami, majoring in speech therapy. The future bridegroom is a student at the University of Florida, majoring in math, and is also a graduate of Miami Beach High. The wedding la planned for July 26. Judea Women Elect Officers; Plan Hayride Mrs. Marvin Levin was elected president of Temple Judea Sisterhood on Wednesday. Other officers named at an election meeting were Mesdames Paul Edlow. executive vice president; Leo Kopolow, Manuel Serkin. Bernard Yesner and Sidney Deutsch. vice presidents. Mesdames Paul Wechsler. recording secretary; Sidney Jacobs, financial secretary; Alex Grossman, treasurer; Jay Bearman. corresponding secretary; Hy Lipson, assistant corresponding secretary: Frank Toback, parliamentarian; Albert Jacobson. historian; and Joseph Klein, chaplain. Religious School Library dedication followed, with Rabbi Mordecai Podet officiating. Funds for the library were raised at a November luncheon. Sisterhood is planning a hayride for adults only on Saturday. The affair will begin at the Temple at 8 p.m. Crandon Park Pit 4 w ill be the site of a barbecue and hootenanny. MISS VfRA R0THPE1D Newark Club to Meet The Greater Newark. New Jersey Club of Florida, will hold its j next regular meeting on Mondavi evening. 8 p.m., at the Algiers, Hotel. Scheduled entertainment | will be a preview of the musical comedy. "Champagne Extra." with a cast of 20, not to be seen by the public until May 9 and 10 at the North Miami Junior High School. Hemophilia Groufft In Donor Affair Greater Miami Hemophilia Auxiliary of Miami Beach held a (iiior luncheon Apr. 9 at Cjrillori Uriel. Mrs. Delia Delancy. national representative, life president and founder of the Auxiliary, presided. Mrs. Bertha Webb gave the invocation prayer. Mrs. Sara Holland \ia> ma>ter of ceremonies. Dr. Sigmund Rosen ar. | Mrs. Mary Ann MacKenzie. Sta ; Representative of Dade Count;, were guest speakers. Mrs. Juri, Holland, executive director o: Hope School for Retarded Children, and Mrs. Edna McPhee, member of the Blood Bank Departm-r.t of Jackson Memorial Hospita also spoke. Miss Olga Bibor Stern offered a program of piano seleetic .s and accompanied Robert Cair.^unas, tenor. James Brooker installed the new officers and boar members lor 1964-65. Gurion Branch Slates Meeting Parband, Ben-Gurion Branch, will meet next Thursday evening, Apr. 23. at the Farband Center. 842 Washington Ave. The meeting will mark Israel's 16th anniversary of independence. Louis Lasavin. principal of the David 1'inski School, will be guest speaker. Mizrochi Will Install Officers Mizrachi Hapoel Ham.:rachi will hold installation of officers at a Malava Malka on Sa'irday right at Knesseth Israel <_ mgregation. To be installed are Rev. leph Krantz. president; Max necht. honorary president; Rev. Solomon Cooper, vice president; Rabbi Abraham Safra. vice pre-dent; Jock Ciment, vice president. Morris steinbock. treasurer; Morris Eckhaus, financial ;ecretary; and Mrs. Morris Eckhaus, recording secretary, THhfccs Palm! Convalescent MIAMI S NEW 1ST MOST MODERN -fi^ PULL LEVER 47A RE-ELECT Thelma K. HARDISON (Mrs. Luther T.) CONSTABLE DISTRICT 3, Dade County I Area south of S.rV. 8th Street including Precincts 149 'hrour/i 202; I MRS. HAROISON'S ability to get the job done is shown by her pott record. Her reputation for honesty is well known throughout our community. She is qualified, experienced and has been a resident of District 3 for 39 years. Paid Political Adv. Beach Hadassah Book Review Fifth and last book review of the season sponsored by the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah will be held Monday, 1:30 p.m., at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs Herbert Rose will review "The Fanatic." by Meyer Levin. A graduate of Salem Teachers College, Mrs. Rose came to Dade County from Boston 13 years A teacher in Masschusetts, -he ha 1 laugh) school here. Mrs. Nat Barth i> president oi the Miami Beach Chapter, and Mrs, Kiiir Platofl iin charge "t ticket-. omc Wl 5-7631 Built Eipressly for Individual Care of the Convalescent, Chronic and Geriatrics Patient • Completely Air Conditioned • Finest Nursing Staff • Spacious Garden-like Grounds • Recreational Arccs Indoors &. Outdoors • MtMBER NATIONS! GflATRICS SOCIiTf 14601 NORTHEAST 16th AVf. AT W. DIXIE HWY. MIAMI 41, HC RID A -y INVITATION TO JOIN THE FREE SONS OF ISRAEL GREATER MIAMI LODGE 208 The oldest American Jewish fraternal Oroonirorion in These United States is CONDUCTING A MEMBERSHIP DRIVE • Organized March 10, 1849 in New York City • Age requirements 18-50 • Scholarships tor Children of Members • Blood Bank for Members and Families e Cemetery Grounds for Members, and Families, Plus Other Numerous Benefits • Our Mono Is FRIENDSHIP LOVE TRUTH Join Now ana" Save Initiation Pee HARRY LEW JE 2-3291 District Deputy IRVING RICHTER 532-3769 Past President TICKETS • TOURS • CRUISES HOLIDAY HUNTERS TRAVEL AGENCY PLANNED INTERNATIONAL TOURS "We Can Be of Service to You on Your Next He lid-. Hunt" 5830 Sunset Drive, So. Miami 7551 Dadeland Mall M0 6-2516 Ph. 667-2524 TWL\ ITY GLASS CO. CUARANTEED MIRRORS STORE PRONTS PURNITURE T0P1 ANTIQUE MIRRORS & RE-SILVFRING AUTO CLASS INSTAUID WHILE YOU WAIT 1J20 • 16th Street, M.B. Closed Saturday. Tel. Jl 8-6141 J. M. 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* te*ist> ftnridU^r Paqe 15-B Cardiac Hospital Dance >MrS. Miller, 71 at bi Hershel Brooks, spiritual leader of Temple Zamora, disHBMfl the Temple's journal with members of the 14th annual eorr.Tiittee in behalf of this project. Left to right are Leon Hcr-g. Morris Moskowitz, Rabbi Brooks and Philip Rice. Culmir. r.tion will be a banquet during the latter part of May. No* shown is Arthur Deutsch, also a member of the commititee. IWB Reelects (apian Vice Pres. Lttn Kaplan. .Miami attorney imunal leader, was reeledce president of the NationI J -li Welfare Board on Fri;i\ the organisation's biennial Itioi I convention, now in ses,n the Statler Hilton Hotel in i-:.Mass \ li igtime member of JWB's f Directors, Kaplan is a rn %  president of JWB*s South n Section and of the Greater iai Jewish Community Center, e st ves on the Executive Comlittee ol the Greater Miami Jew %  h : oration and is an officer of I ireatl Of Jewish Education V'JV is the national association f mi %  than 300 Jewish Commun• • nters and YM-YWHAs; the A -i-iumeni-authorized agency for the religious, welfare and needs ol Jewish military el and their dependents 3 Jewish hospitalized vetid the sponsor of the JewIt Council of America, the I Jewish Music Council and wish Community Center n Bureau. It is a member of USO. Masquerade Dance Saturday Masquerade dance at Temple Sinai will be held Saturday at 8:30 p.m. Program will feature a live band and refreshments. The Temple is at 1480 NE 123rd St. perinJ r..itn I I i arsaw Ghetto Memorial Sunday \1< rial to the heroes of the arjsa Ghetto will be held Sun.:>. I p.m. at Beth El Congreitkfa Rabbi Solomon S. Schiff, spirial leader, will officiate. Haym nd S; rah Forshko will present a rogram of piano and soprano ii'lorius. The New American Jewish Socii Club of Miami, sponsors of the vent, consists of former inmates German concentration camps. I hope Grandma likes /rif flower* Batya Luncheon In No. Miami Bch. Membership buffet luncheon sponsored by the Batya Chapter of Mizrachi Women, of North Miami Beach, was held in the home of Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan, 1120 NE Miami Gardens Dr. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, of Temple Adath Yeshurun. was guest speaker. Marking Israel's 16th anniversary. Rabbi Caplan spoke on "The Russian Bear and the Israeli Lamb." Yehuda Segal, educational director of Adath Yeshurun Religious School, led in community singing of Israeli songs, accompanying himself on a tambour. An Israeli movie was also shown. Mrs Alfred Stone, national coordinator of Mizrachi Women, gave a report. Mrs. Alex Shayowitz. Batya Chapter president, extended greetings. Miami Chapter of the National! Children's Cardiac Hospital will; hold a. dinner dance on Apr. 261 at Electrician's Hall, 1637 NW 17th Ave., Miami. Chairman is Mrs, Leah Friedson. LEGAL NOTICE Verdi Opera Set for Sunday Verdi's "Rigoletto' in concert form and sung in English will con stitute the next program of the Miami Beach Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Barnett Breeskin. The program will be held on Sunday, 8 p.m.. at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Among vocalists appearing are Joyce Farber. soprano; Richard Collins, baritone; Walter James, tenor; Natasha Kimmel, contralto; William King, bass; Rhettman Salvo, tenor; Dan Greene, baritone; Gordon Lewis, baritone; Adele Viola, mezzo-soprano; and Philip Stein, bass. Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all. MIAMI j IXCII %  .'I rt\ \IBmWfi AND COMMUNITr MA iminio. MO 1-7693 Ad Exec Named To Top Body Advertising executive Karl Bishopric has become the first member of his profession in Florida to be elected to membership in the exclusive Young Presidents' Organization. National YPO President John Hartman made the announcement in New York, adding Bishopric's name to a list of only 39 YPO members in the entire state. Membership requirements for the international organization call for an executive to head a service firm which grosses at least $1,000,000 annually and employs a minimum of 50 persons—all before reaching his 40th birthday. At 39. Bishopric is president of Miami based Bishopric-GreenFielden. Inc., advertising agency, which last year billed nearly $5,000.000 and employs 80 persons among its associated group of companies. Oratory Contest Lists 4 Winners It was a difficult taste facing the judges, Miami Beach Councilman Malvin Englander, Dr. Irving Block and Mrs. Elliot Roosevelt, on Monday evening, Mar. 23, at Hibiscus Temple, to choose the winner among four finalists, David Kaye. Mark Greenberg, Connie Cohen and Martin Gold, in the Oratorical Contest sponsored by the George Gershwin Lodge Knights of Pythias. Their topic, 1864-1964 covered the social, moral and scientific advances made by the world during the past 100 years. But David Kaye, a 17 -year-old senior at Miami Beach Senior High School, was judged winner. Mark Greenberg placed second, and third and fourth place went to Martin Gold and Connie Cohen, respectively. Maurice Bernard is chairman of youth activities tor George Gershwin Lodge, and arranged for the finals. On Monday. Apr. 13, the finalists in the poster contest, also under Bernard's supervision, and sponsored by the lodge, was j u d g e d following the regular business meeting, at 7:30 p.m.. at Hibiscus Temple. Fred Zeiger. attorney, is chancellor commander of the lodge. Passes Away Services for Mrs. Sophia Miller. 71, who died Apr. 10, were held in Gordon Funeral Home, with interment in Mt. Nebo Cemetery on Apr. 12. Mrs. Miller, who came here 35 years ago from Brooklyn, N.Y., lived at 1233 10th St. She was a member of the 52 Club. Surviving are two sons. Dr. SayNOTICE BY PUBLICATION mour Miller, of Hartford, Conn., IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,„J FHviarH nf Avon Conntwo ELEVENTH JUO.CIAL C'RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE NOTICE UND^R FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE ISHEKKHV GIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring t.. engage in business under the ii' tltlous n i of M M LWiRS nl 127" N \\ B2n I Street, Miami, Florida Intends i" re Inter Mid name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Courl ol Dade County, Pkn Ida i, B. II. L1QI"' 'R ''• "' %  ''• IBATU >N i .i Ma. Corp. I MYER8, IIEIMA.N" St KAPLAN At t %  >i Tie) s f"i Applicant USO H.W. l*i Street I 17-24, 5 1-1 brothers: two grandchildren. sisters; and four ROSNICK DAVID No!'. MAN". nge '-'". of M3fl riii Ave., died Apr. '.' I" Mt. Pleaennt, I'II.. from Injuries received In ;i highway accident to the ear In which he w.is .i passenger. He was %  studenl at Mlaml-Dn.de Junior coUi-ut'. Surviving are his parent*, l ITami Mr~ Manning .1 Rosnlck; a brother, Jeffrey: a slater, Mra. Barbara Ralsen; all or Miami: his paternal grandmother, Mrs Pauline Rosnlck, M in mi Beach; his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Rose Hurst, Atlantic City, N.J.: and his great-grandmother, Mrs. Leah Rosnlck, Brighton, Mass. Services were held Apr. IS al ISordon K'uneral Home with Interment In, Mi. Nelxi Cemeter) JOSEPHSON, Robert, 89, • %  isr..i I'uril> Ave. Services in Elisabeth, N.J. Newman. LEVY. Maurice, 71, of 199 James Ave. Si I i es in Philadelphia • : %  11 don. NIVERT. Mrs Helen, 7:>. o( S2U I I ir. New in.in. STERN. Mis Sofle, 82, of 1545 N E llHih Ter Korvices In Cleveland. RIvel wide. BARUCH. Lillian, S2, ..f 501 SW %  li Ave died Mar. ill lordon. BURK. Mrs. Mue S., of 6-Vi Weal Ave. Rli i-i sldi REMY. Mis Edith, K3, .-I 5110 I'.iscayne Blvd. RlversliU SCHWEICER. Mrs. Lllllun l: of 1022 Ray Dr. Services in New Vuik. Rivei sldi COUNT* IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4113 Ml l.i is BERAN, PJalntirr, \ s. MARIA BER W I lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MARIA BBBAN ii Thomas Lenclone ::.;:;•; Northwest Ml Btreel Apartment No. 169 Wasnington, l >.< *. Vou, MABIA BBBAN, are hereby notified that u Bill 'if Complaint ror Divorce has been filed against > ami you are required to serve ;> con) of your Answer or Pleading !•• in* Hill of Complalnl on the Plaintiffs attorney, BERT E OLSON, SIS Ainsley Building, Miami, Dade County, Florida, and file the original Aaewei rnPleading In the off i the Clerl of the Circuit Court on or before Ihe 18th da) ..I May, 1984. If you fall to .l.i so, Judgmenl by default will !>• taki -I againsl > ou foi the relief di %  n Miil.il in the Hill "f Complaint This nol li • shall I" published om • each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH PLORIIHAN I 'i i.Nl-: AN 11 ORDERED in Mill Klorida, this Ith daj "i April, A.I %  i; i: l.i: VTHERMAN. I' • I'oui't, I 'nile i 'ount>. Klorldu —.11 %  Bj K M. I.VMAN 11 -put) I "lei k BERT I-: %  H.Si IN \ nsl llulldlns Ml in i Iloil I KB I -Tl An. rne,\ foi i'l i 17-21. %  l-< LEGAL NOTICE IN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62635-C RE Estate of HERMAN UNAS I >, ceil *ed NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.i All Creditors and All Persons Hny„,. ,,, |>. iiiiniils Againsl Said l --1.i 11 You are l> i l,v notified and r, nulled in pies, n anj %  Inlms and tie,„,„,A~ which you m have agaiii< "he estate of HERMAN LIN Ah. d iti Dade County. Morion to the "ounty Judges ol Ud< Cotintv, and fll the line In dupllcnti Bnd n, provide.! in s...ii..n i3J 18, Plorldii Statul s. In their offli • i" ih. fount} Com thouse In Dade I ounH Klorida, within *i\ calendar months from the time "f ihe first iujH< at Ion hereof, or the un. will bi barreil. Dated ..i Ml mil. Klorida, this I3lh iinv ni vpril. v.n 1964. s HILDA UNAS WE1NBEBO AKxecutrix pirsl publl itlon of tliiw notlci the iTih <11• > "f April. l'."-i ARONOVITZ, SILVER srill-.lt Attorne) s for Bxecutrlx 807 Alnsley Building Miami, Florida LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62758 A IN RE: Estate of ANNA DENMARK Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Against Salu Eslati Vim are h -r-'liv not 11 led i I'll reiiulr< i i • pi'ese'H an.i el ilms and deti-ii II I.\\ hiili von m.i\ liaie againsl ih. tati of A NNA I 'l.'NM A RK, in i Dade County. Klorida, In the I'ountj Judges "!' f>ade Count). .mil file i he same In duplli li and 1 proi iil'-.l in Sei tloi Klol i.i.i Statul in ihii i :: lei s in the Count) Courthouse In Bade County, Mi rlda, within .-i\ calendar months ii..ni the lime of th< f r.-i i h li ul |..n IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4235 R. i:i iBINhKI, ANI.EY I'l.mm I. on 1-^ hereof, or the same III be bai • Dated .ii Miami, hlorlda, iliis il.iv ..I April. Al'. 1964. ALBERT DENMARK As KX ti SIM' 'N, II WS .v nitl'NDU ICIB1 Al torne> s for K.\. cuti :\ 301 Alnsle.\ liulliling Miami, Kim Ida 33132 l 17-21, 2nd l-v II INCETTA R. BOBINSKI. I lefendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION li. CtlNCETTA R, BOBINSKI II Rose Ri %  i. Cotton Hollow II. ..ni Naugai uck, • 'onnei-tlcut ViH ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that :i t'omplsJnt for Divorce hus beei fll< .1 againsl and j ou sri ripiired i" sen i cop) ol ><>ui Ansv ,.n ih, I'bj i al torn. >. Hi >IH lit'' II TKA I Rli:. ::" %  dul'oni Build •,l un i lo Ida, nnd rile the ol l| Answei in the I 'fl Ice ol the i iel K ii ...II |, ..II oi Is l:nh daj ol Mac, 1964 nl hi ru Isi i he nil. u a I mis In %  ilnt taken as confessa .1 b) ) ou, mi i %  Di •i,-.. I oniessn will hi enten •IU.IIII-I \ ou for I hi r. li. I pru: ed in said i 'omplalnt • VTEI' I li isi'i .1 i) of Api '1 1961 i; B L.EATHEHM >\. CIi It IM.III B) i' I', i'l il'ELAN 11 4 17-24, %  • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4080 ALICE CHATLOB, Plaintiff, Kl iH \l:|i I'll ATI. I iS. 1 lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Vol.", BDW Mil CH All. i is dence addresi unknown, are required tn file your answer in the complain) for Divorce with the Clerk ol the above styled Court and serve o thereof upon Herman Cohen, 1310-11 Congress Building, MlKlorida, on >" %  before May 18th, ,i.is,, complaint "ill be taken infessed. DATED April 13th, cop) Esq. ami. 1964 IIS 1964. E. I'.. LEATHEBMAN Clerk ni the Circuit Court (seal) By: K. M I.V.MAN Deput) i '!• rk 4 17-21. l-s NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME CHANCERY NO. 64C 3995 Pearson To Whom H May Concern: Notice is hereby given thai tinundersigned petitioners, HKNKV C. TOMASZBW8KI and HELENE TOMaBZEWBKI wltoae reaWence address is r.i N.w T :111 Btreet — i*ot i> its, Miami, Florida. I" the City of Miami, PailiCounty, Horida. Intend to apply to the Honomble RAV IKAKSON. judge "i the Eleventh Judicial Chroult, in and for i>nde Coonty, at his office 111 the Count] Court Hi.us.-. ill 9:00 o'clock A.M.. on the 2."ith da) • %  ( Hay, l'-'Bi, or aa soon (hereafter us they ma) be heard, fur an order cha'iiKinK their names (Tom HKN'ltV iTOMAsZEWSKI and HELEN K I TOMASZEWSKI, to HENBV C. THOMAfa and HELEN E THOMAS, I by which name Uiej will thereafter bs knon n. Haled nl Miami. Florida, this IHIi dai nl April, Al'. 1984. HENRY <' TOMASZEWSKI HELENE Tl IMA8ZEWSKI Petitlonei Ki iBERT I. illti IVBR Attorne) for Pel ii Ion IVL'II Indian 'reek I ii iv • %  Miami IV.., li. Pin.—UN 1-2221 I IT-24, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 62889-C IN RE: Estate of i-;.-rn.i. i; SPABKS I l| lIllSlll. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against sum Estate Vuu are hereby notified and required in present an) claims and demands which you ma) have against the estate of KSTll.l. i:. SPARKS, deceased late "f Dade County, Florida, in Un I'v'iniv Judges of Dade I'.iiinix. nnd file the sum,, in duplicate .mil aprovided In Section 733.16 Florida Statutes, in their offices in tinCounty Courthouse In Ihide County, Florida, within .-i\ calendar months from the time of the first publlcul n hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated nl Miami Florida, tills 13th da) "i April, A.D. IM4. I nl is HEIMAN As Executor of Estate of Estill B. Sparks. Deceased l-'ii-i publication of this notice on the 17th day of April, l4. MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN |:>: Lmiis i lelman Attorne) > for Executor 1150 S.W. 1st St.. Miami, li' 4 17-21. ."• 1-8 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 82876 A IN RE: Estate "f MORRIS M. BARRON Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor! nnd All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: Vim are hereby notified and required i" present any claims and demands which you mav have seainsi Hi. estate nf MORRIS M. BABBON, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, tn the county .indites of Dade County, and file the same in dupllcnte land as provided in Section 733.16, I Florida Statutes, In their offices in the Count) Courthouse In Dade County, Morion, within si\ calendar months from tinlinn.f ihe f rsi publication hereof, "i the same will i.barred. Dated ni Miami, Florida, this ilili da) of April, \ lv 1984 M.MtY BABBi N As Executrix si\l' >N ll \vs A QBCNDWERG \. i iii i\ in] Alnsli v Building Mi.urn. PI i -li 33132 4 I7--M. S 1-8 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 4456 TIIELMA NATHAN SALE, Plaintiff, l \s LESLIE OANDELL SALE, 1 I.!, li'.lllll. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LESLIE OANDELL SALE RESIDENCE I'NKNuW N Yon LESLIE OANDELL SALE are hereby notified thai an Amended Complalnl for I ilvoti has been filed againsl you, ahd you are required to serve .i copy ol your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complalnl on the plaintiff's Attorney, Nelun Sweet, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida ami file ih iuiiinl Answer ol Pleading In the office of the Clerk ol the Circuit Courl before Ihe 12tn da) of May. 1964. If you fall i" do so judgmenl b) default will '" taken against you i--i the rellel demanded in the Amended Complaint. This notice shall lpublished on; • each e,-k for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FUMHDI l N DONE AND ORDERED ll M Klorkla, this 2nd da> of April, A D I.I'AI'HII'.MAN. • ll i -.. ..in I lade Count). Fli rl la B) I. SNEEDEN, i., put) i 'lerk NELAN KW EET I %  '. I. inc..In Rd Miami Beai h, Fia. A< Lorne) for Plaint id ..... I r0-17-24, 1 B. n Circuit • (seal) IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 62649-A IN RE: Estate of ROSE I.. SCHNEIDER I teceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims rn Demands Against Said Estate: Yon an hereby notified and required to present an) claims nnd di inands which \..n may have against the estate of ROBE I. Si H N El I H.I; deceased lati ol l vole County, Florida, tO Hi. Count) .Indues of li.nlCounty, anil file the same In their offices in the Count) Courthouse In Minic County, Florida, within six calendar months from the date of the in -i publii al Ion in i • oi. oi the will be bn' s SAl'L ZALK \ MARX M FABER Atti i to 1612 Congress R Idlng MlBm '' 0rld 4,1,1-17-JI. i I



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Friday. April 17, 1964 +Jewlsti fhrktkun Paae 3-3 AT LUNCHEON ON SUNDAY Mrs. Not kin W3H Fete Pioneers Mrs. D. Lawrence fcjtierman (left;, cnairman ot tne iNew Look of '64" luncheon, and Mrs. Albert Weinlraub. chairman of the Young Women's Division, are shown at the event, held at the Dupont Plaza Hotel attended by over 450 young women from throughout Dade County. Miamians Will Attend Confab Mrs. Charles H. Finkelstcin. Committee, will deliver the annual chairman of the Executive Board address. ot the Greater Miami Chapter, will head the loeal delegation of the American Jewish Committee to the organizations 5'nh annual meeting Apr. 29 to May 3 at the New York Hilton, it was announced here by David B. Fleeman. president of the local chapter. Among other members of the Miami delegation are R. W. Apte. Kabbi Herbert Baumgard, Mrs. R. Berger. Julian Burg. David Fleeman. Jay Janis. Mrs. M. Margulis, Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Sidney Meyer, Rabbi Joseph Narot, Max Orovitz, Mrs. L. Silvcrman. Highlight of the meeting will be ihe annual dinner, scheduled tor Thursday night. Apr. 30. Secretary of State Dean Rusk will receive the American Jewish Committee's American Liberties Medallion for "exceptional advance inent of the principle of human liberties." Francis Cardinal Spellman, Archbishop of New York, will speak. Morris Abram. president of the American Jewish Mr>. Joseph Krantz. president of 'ioneer Women's Beach Club, announces a -luncheon sponsored by Mrs. Leah Notkin on Sun.iay noon it the Star Reslaurant. The event will be in honor of Mrs. Notkin s granddaughter. Deb; jy Notkin's Bas Mitzvah in Syra, cuse. NY. Mrs. Notkin is well-known here: or her many years of dedicated | ervice to Pioneer Women and >ther community projects in bej Kilt of Social Welfare. All proceeds of the affair are earmarked for the Child Rescue Fund in Israel. Mrs. Notkin will be leaving on i May l for one of her many visits j to Israel. Mrs. Milton Green, Council \ president, will be chairman of the [unction, Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president of Golda Meir Club, will conduct the next regular meeting on Wednesday, 1 p.m., in the Washington Federal Building. 1234 Washington Ave. The short business meeting will include the presentation of a slate of new officers by Mrs, Abraham Seltzer, chairman of the Nominating Committee. Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff, cultural chairman, will present a program in honor of the 18th anniversary of Israel's Independence Day. A muEical program has been prepared by Mrs. Frances Packard. Dr. Isaac Unterman, cultural chairman of the Bialik Group of Farband. will discuss the significance of the day. Mrs. Sam Davis, president of Coral Gables Club, has called a regular meeting for Thursday, Apr. 16, 1 p.m., in the Colliseum at 1500 Douglas Rd., Coral Gables. On Thursday, Apr. 23, at 12:30 p.m., the club will hold a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Louise Sacks. 800 Messina Ave., Coral Gables. Hostesses are Mesdames Milton Green. Sam Davis, Kate Rose and Louis Sachs. Proceeds will go to Moetzet Hapoalot. Anshe Ernes Cord Party A card party was held Sunday evening at Anshe Ernes Synagogue with refreshments serve bv members of the Sisterhood. QUICK! ...PRONTO! ...SHNELL! Chef Boy-Ar-Dee feels that three languages are better than one for saying that his new pizza crust mix is very fast and easy to fix. CHEF BOY-AR-DEE* Cheese Pizza Complete in I his one package — now easier and quicker to prepare than ever! Just add wuicr to the new faster-to-fix mix for a tender, crunchy crust everytime. Rich, true Italian pizza sauce seasoned wiih herbs and spices.Toppcd with choice Italian-style cheeses. Have some soon 1 GOOD THINGS IN JEWISH LIFE Rich flavor and mellow ta'am have made Maxwell House by far and away the best loved coffees In Jewish homes. Their matchless quality has been constant for three generations-constant in giving Joy and good cheer at meal time, refreshment time, holidays and every day. Why not have a cheering cup of Maxwell House Coffee right now!... Regular In 1 and 2 lb. cans; or Instant in 2, 6 and 10 oz. jars. Good to the last drop! u|+M*l? INSTANJ KOSHER-PARVE Certified by Rabbi Htrtch Kohn MAXWELL HOUSE Fine Products of General Foods



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Friday, April 17. 1964 LEGISLATOR TO SPEAK SUNDAY • Jew I si) Mr rid fan Page 7-C" Gruening s Career: From MD to Senator Th career oi Sen. Ernes) c;rui ... ol Ala ka, made him al selection to be the principal Fpeaker at Sunday night's dinm %  honoi ing Mr. and Mrs, Sam Blank. G • ning originally intended ne a physician 80 thai he lullow iii th" footteps ol StN. FNf ST CffUEMINC Alaska Pioneer his father who had achieved eminence in New York as an Ophthalmologist. He was ? aduated from Harvard College in the Class of 1907 and from Harvard Medical School in the class ol 1812. From there, he moved on to L career as newspaper and magazine editor, author, government official, governor of Alaska and "general practitioner" in public service. Thdedication of his energies over "wo decades to the cause of Alaska statehood was climaxed by the admission of the 49th state and his election to the United States Senate, where he took office January 7, 1959. Turns to Journalism DL.-.ng his last year at medical school, Gruening gave up medu.ne for journalism, when he became a reporter for the Bostor. American, and later became an editorial writer for the Boston Herald In time. Gruening • •' .nne managing editor of the Boston Traveler, Boston Jour-. 1 and the New York Tribune. Am ng instructions he gave to his Btaffs on the various newspaper was the following: "In editing stories which Involve Negroes, please a>k your• how the storj would read if the word, Jew/ 'Irishman,' or -.sue le' were substituted tor the word 'Negro.' Refer to the color 11 the individual only when rt iof particular and special in r< -i and when the ston would be manifestly incomplete and inaccurate if the color of the nelson involved were concealed ." On two occasions. Sen. Gruening served as managing editor of the Nation magazine and pushed a "Good Neighbor Policy" for South America. This policy was realized when Gruening was named as advisor to the United States Delegation to the Seventh Inter-American Conference at Montevideo. His good work at the conference later saw him appointed first director of the Division of Territories and Island Possessions, a new agency in the Department of the Interior created by the executive order of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. His next assignment was administrator of the Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration, which was designed to establish a going economy in Puerto Rico. This laid the foundation for the economic resuscitation of the island dependency. Alaska on March Gruenings first connection with Alaska was as a member of the Alaska International Highway Commission designed to study the feasibility of and to promote a highway between the United States and Alaska. This highway was built in 1942. His friend. President Roosevelt named him governor of Alaska in 1939. When Gruening retired from the post in 1953. Alaska was on the march with a new high in prosperity and a surplus in the territorial treasury. In 1956. Gruening was one of two elected provisionally to the United States Senate, a plan where senators are elected from a territory prior to statehood and to assume their position upon the enactment of state hood. After statehood was achieved in 1958. Gruelling was reelected that year, serving a four-year term. It was in 1962 that his people returned him to the Senate for a full six years. TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL AND ITS SUPPORTERS WE EXTEND OUR WARMEST REGARDS AND HIGHEST PRAISE FOR THE MANY ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN THE 16 YEARS SINCE THE REBIRTH OF THE NATION PAUL H. MARKS, President FIAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI Downtown: 101 N.E. 1st Avenue Branch: Biscayne Shopping Plaza ^mong hostesses for the Israel Indepandence Benjamin Meyers, and Abram Fox and IsDinner on Sunday night in Miami Beach will rael Bond Women's Division director Mrs be these pacesetters of the Greater Miami comAnne Grossman. The women are planning !?/" _, ,0 nght are Trus,ees of l3rae1 special table arrangements and the presentathe Mesdames Joseph M. Lipton, Max Weitz, lion of Scrolls of Honor to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jacob Rifkin, Samuel T. Sapiro. Sam Luby, Blank, dinner honorees. Women's Division Spun Israel Bonds Here Greater Miami's Israel Bond Women's Division, under the inspired leadership of Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, today regarded as the outstanding women's unit in the nation in behalf of State of Israel Bonds as it set new records in sales for 1963. This community was the first to establish the Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award, with Mrs. Carl Weinkle the initial re cipient at one of the largest luncheon's in behalf of Israel ever held in the country. The Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah received a special award at a national conference of Hadassah in Pittsburgh from Dr. Miriam Freund. past Hadassah president and world Zionist leader, for buying and selling more Israel Bonds than any oilier chapter in the United States. Under the guidance of Mrs. Nathan Barth, president, and Miss Lillian Goodman, the Beach chapter is now planning a special luncheon to be held June 1 at the Doral Beach Hotel for State of Israel Bonds. Events such as the annual fashion show and the glittering Ambassador's Ball arc expressive of the deep affinity of the Women's Division for Israel and the strength it affords the young nation. The Women's Division initiated and perfected the system of GREETINGS TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL on its 16th ANNIVERSARY MR. AND MRS. ABRAHAM USLANDER Greetings to the State of Israel on its Anniversary DEPENDABLE CAR TRAVEL Ship Your Car Anywhere JE 8-2688 Di Lido Hotel Chester Kay The North Miami General Hospital Greets the STATE OF ISRAEL on its 16th ANNIVERSARY couples serving on the Committees of Hosts for both congregation and community-wide dinners, and sisterhoods put in hundreds of hours of effort in behalf of their synagogue and temple Israel Bonds dinners. With Mrs. Meyers, dean of women lawyers in the South, and a member ol the Dade CountyBoard oi Public Education, again at the helm, new records are certain to be established once more by Greater Miami's dedicated, devoted and energetic Women's Division. C—^ o i np tin tents TROPICAL PARK INC SAUL SILBERMAN President THE RELIGIOUS ZIONISTS OF AMERICA MIZRACHI HA'POAL MIZRACHI Join in the Salute to the STATE OF ISRAEL on its 16th ANNIVERSARY REV. J. KRANTZ President-Elect SOL RASHIN National Representative WE SALUTE THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS 16th ANNIVERSARY MIAMI BEACH APARTMENT ASSN., INC. EUGENE J. WEISS, Pres. Phone JE 1-0876 350 LINCOLN ROAD BEST WISHES TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS I Alii ANNIVERSARY LEONARD S. STERN PLUMBING CO., INC. 3672 CORAL WAY MIAMI, FIA. Tel. 445-1345 BEST WISHES TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS 16lh ANNIVERSARY f o i: ROSES Specializing in Taxes for Individuals and Fore gn Corps. 903 CONGRESS BLDG. Ph 379-5816



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5-4 u-mift ft-ri-U^r r.-idcy April 17 Miami Beach Hadassah to Install ... &4hout feople and f^laccs Officers at Meeting Here on Monday TESS ; MIYBBE1 Netfh*>nr Tessas TosriiMfil ti AJBOOJ -f*:^ aaee Marrta Zami £hou> isrf EBMC Daitarm aac I, • %  .-*: %  :%  aaarsj -=pcesi*d i.O**> OR SHOT Mr* : ; Sue •• ijrposed te Cad ire aaa mad* alaiml Wend.-. Piper rr.osiO itai .her frhaaa .: noreaec Pit* ; I intcrr. STATE OF ISRAEL on is 16-/. **£RSAf FAVOR-IT SIGNS 821 -5th Street — Miami Beach Ph. 532-6061 Zamora Women's Donor Luncheon :.r Za— :.:.-a Giiutsa %  '.' a -. E :-'..--%  b Sad lecher M rr San: Basra ? ;• Shear, H=r-:: SI-:-in Vaea Bstfcsua El ca tertaii .a.:.an irr Mrs B aaaj a*i Mrs Saaa Mi] J. Baldi Opens New Hair Salon r*ved : a : i %  M -%  ~ %  M-r ard. for asl.. : -i ^oy J Ba*> MBas :he 3iscar. Terri Seara* C/fizeas Organize Or Herman A-><* rraude Bait, ta acting prasideat ^ the nealy-organ jed SarfsaJa Seator Cituesi Asc ahtch fc^m %  %  ~t -_ n his tlaaae oa Mocdifjiutr next affair -""" DOM, t \ !Lcvirf-c Miar.i Bead'i Kevcft Lcury Hotel D0R.U. BEACH HOTEL Asm* c: iiri Mcv:


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Fage 8-A +Jelstncridiiar Friday. April 17, 19^ By: EDWARD COHEN Beach Man on Center Stage in Boxing World come first class citizens '' Some off-the-cuff sports historians claim to trace the American immigration waves and the upward mobility of the "disadvantaged'' in our societ) through boxing. The Irish, .lews and Italians— in quite the same order that their parents arrived on these shores—fought their way to fame and fortune in the days before World War II. Although Lassman grew up in the same areas as many of the ureat Jewish fighters, he knew none of them personally but cites their background as significant for the Negroes and Latin Americans who dominate boxing today. 'Boxing gives opportunities to a lot of boys who are not very strong in education, or very good in basketball and football, so they can get an education in college. Because of that alone. I think it's worth saving. My job. as 1 see it. is to assure these boys that they'll be protected from some of the elements who have taken over. Federal laws and a strong Boxing Commissioner will do the job." is an opinion he takes every opportun ity to express. Unfavorable Reflection Lassman's disenchantment with the post of ruler over a voluntary association of the boxing commissions of 41 states and 13 foreign nations, most of those in A2 Ed Lassman ^k ^ I for people. it Wk 1 I could he the re R A IS Sl n ''" na> aHlftl denlv pro ected into national limelight as .resident of the World Boxing association. The Miami Beach restaurateur .is no important-sounding philoophy about his interestAs resident of the Friends of Para lalegic Veterans of Florida, he ecently chartered a plane from NOW York to Miami Beach to ntertain some 20 vets. The >ranch of the Asthmatic Children's Hospital of Denver in \orth Miami is being built here on the impetus of his campaignIg as a director. Federal Legislation His bluntness of approach to iiatters. which others handle uelicately. is still a legend round the Jewish Federation of .liami "Ed Lassman never bothered with pledge cards when lie was chairman of the Restaurant Division of CJA. He alked out of every place with check." is the somewhat awetruck account. This first year of his leader hip of the World Boxing Asso. iation is very likely to be his 1st "I've been ridiculed, criticized and annoyed." he said, when we spoke with him tne day after his appearance before a Sen-1 te Committee hearing on the | Miami Beach Clay-Lbton fight nd its ramifications. "I'll be: atisfied with my year if we can' (at Federal legislation for unirorm boxing regulations. It eems to be the only tool against -loppy physical examinations. nismatches. some greedy pro noters." Lassman's interest is the proection of the fighter. Although •nany dim views have been ex>ressed about boxing as a sport hese days, the Miami Beach Commissioner has his own belef it is "still a sport that has telped misguided youngsters heTacuara Stronger Than Ever Before BUENOS AIRES — tJTA) — An > nergency session of the DAIA. the central body of Argentine wry, as told this week that the 1 itlawed anti-Semitic ultranationistic Tacuara group still has istly greater supplies of arms '-an th<-o -.eized by the Govern 1 ent Some 110 delegates from all rts of the country wore told bj I erzl Gcsang. DAIA general BBC; tary. that since the ban on the i ganization. Tacaura had organiz 1 a cell system and "probably > 100 times more arms and 3 ice" than those originally und which he described as sub-ntial Dr. Leon Perez told the meet > g that there was a danger that c movement made up of follow. t of exiled former dictator Juan J eron, was turning anti-Semitic, 'ding that a tendency in that di etion A as "already visible." *ntat.v o. the M* a* Moadon to Hear* I* the circumstances of that f.ght .. ^ ^Wf |f reflected unfavorably against Rabbi Horovitz Next meeting of Moadon He •Boxing was the tlrst >port to ()I c ^. spcaking cu it„ral group show the waj to total elimina(ircatcr M, a ini. will i„. held on turn qf discrimination, and that Sum | ;iv cve ning, 8:15 pm will never change." he says. Washington Federal Savings' M Born into the restaurant busi^ B Assot iatl()I1 Guest speaker. Rabb and I %  • % %  'Grand and Clin = ZST^T^'g, ;,,..,,.., i, : two restaurants here with the 30 and 40 hour1 i bi en devoting to non .| ns WBA presidencj ,1 ,, his election last August Rabbi Horovitz is principal ,i the Mesivt* Senior High School in Miami Beach and assistant principal of the Hebrew Academy. A graduate of Yeshivj University, he was ordained by Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik. H< taught in Israel for three years in Yeshiva Bnei Akiva. He has been connected with the showing ol his appearance beHebrew Academy for the la-t 11 (ere tin' Senate Committee last yean, and lives in Miami Beach week. Lassman told one Too with his wife and four children muc h I: behind the A discussion on the daily chapiron curtain." indicating that he tei of the Bible will be presented would spend more time as chairbj Habbi Shimon Azulaj man ol the Miami Beach Box ing Commission ant family in the future Threats Made Greel ~ •'' w "" -21' -he also ov ns The • Fert Lauderdale who ,,,.,.; n the "iV news Musical portion of the pi I with his will be conducted by Cant.: Ger % shon Levin, of Temple Or Olom ID LASSMAN suffers for convictions South America and the Far East, stems in part from the publicity following the Clay-Liston bout "Clay's religious dedication i his personal affair, and neither that fact nor his 1 'lor ever amentioned by me. and those who know me could not ever believe otherwise. The matter of withdrawal of title recognition from the new champion developed from the fact that many repre w 1,1 >K. 01 Miami. Irving Shalom i> preThe second .leu to hold the World Boxing Association post, Laman has said that "I have suffered for my convictions" and has reported that there were threatagainst his Hie following hi> comments on Cassius Clay. Hihome town support Art Group Will Meet Monday Art Appreciation Group vpor all that salves much of his sored by Temple Bath Am Kill 1 Isappointment. It is probably hold its monthly meeting at the best summed up in the comment home of Mrs. Dore Auerbwh, el his brother-father of noted Coral Gables, on Honda) mom ingstress Abbe Lane—as he ing. walked into Wolf 10s with a copy Local artist. Shirley I Grew of the New York Times: I'm will speak on "Compositi": Mrproud 01 you. Ed Wayne Rogers is chairman I RECOrAMENDED EXPERT TV SERVICE Pk 635-5737 HI-FI CTEJKO IADIO HOCUTT TV 402 N.W. 27th AVENUE ANTINNAS IN ST AMD MOORS: 9 00 A.M. fa 7:00 P.M. Viceroys got the Deep-Weave Filter and the taste that's right! Viceroy is scientifically made to taste the way you'd like a filter cigarette to taste. Not too strong ... not too light Viceroy's got the taste that's riqht. SMOKE ALL 7 Smnkr all srven Biter braiJi Is and you'll agree: tome last too ttroni. while others last.loo lixht. But Viceroyuh trip DrcpWcjn' Filtertastes the way you'd like a fillrr neap-tie lo taste. That's rifktt H



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"age 10-C •'Jew/*/' Asr/Atr Friday. April 17, 1964 -eaders of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah were congratulated by top national officers of the Israel Bond Organi: ation for their bond program during the past year. This year, 'i Sweet Sixteen luncheon will be hosted by the Beach Chaper under the guidance of president, Mrs. Nat Barth (second ram right), and past president. Miss Lillian Goodman. Left s Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, national vice president, and on right s Abraham Feinbera, president of the national Israel Bond Organization. Mrs. Fred Jonas (not shown), will be co-chairnan with Miss Goodman for the June 1 Hadassah Bond with srael luncheon. Anniversary Year Saw Premiers Post Change David Ben-Gurion. who served as IsraelPrime Minister and Minister of Defense since he establishment ol the Mate. \ith one brief interval, resigned >n June 16. 1963. at the age of "6. The new Prime Minister. Levi 5shkol (Shkolnik was born in iratowa in the Kiev district of he Ukraine on October 25. 1895. Te attended high School in Villa, where he first became active %  Zioni>t work, and went to 'alestine in 1914. He worked on he land for a number of years, ind became a leading spirit in he Agricultural Workers' Or-janization. At the age of 23. he oined the Jewish Legion for two tars, and on his discharge entered the collective settlement •f Degania B as a lounding mem>er. Throughout the Mandatory perod. he spent his time in settlenent work, pioneering defense ind trade union activities, earn ng a reputation for his unusual -iiceess in personal contacts vlnle Secretary of the Tel Aviv Labor Council. Alter the whievement of independence. A TRIBUTE TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS 16th ANNIVERSARY Rev. I. C. Mickins Pastor of MT. OLIVETTE BAPTIST CHURCH he filled a number of key executive functions — director-general of the Ministry of Defense, head of the Jewish Agency. Minister of Agriculture and Minister of Development. He became Minister of Finance in June. 1952. a post which he held continuously until his appointment as Prime Minister. His energies were devoted to financial consolidation and economic development: the expansion of agriculture, industry shipping and natural resources. Throughout these years, he has been the leading figure in building Israel's dynamic economy and adapting economic policies the changing circumstances In 1962. he introduced the new economic policy based on the establishment of a uniform realistic exchange rate and greater efficiency in the econoim. The New Government Negotiations for the formation of a new Cabinet were swiftly concluded, and the new Government was presented to the KnesSCl on June 24. It enjoyed the support of all parties represented in the previous Coalition: Mapai (42 members), the National Religious Party (12). Achdut Ha'avoda-Poale Zion (8), Poale Agudat Israel (2), and two Arab parties — Cooperation and Fraternity (2) and Progress and Development (2). This means 66 Knesset members out of 120. In Opposition were Herut (17), Liberals (17\ Mapam United Workers' Party (9). Communists (5), and Agudat Israel (Si. Premier Eshkol defined the new administration U a "Government of continuity.'' with the same program ;:s the preceding one. Military Government The Km'.-I devi h >l a great deal ol attention over the year in the formulation, discussion a id ratification <>i bills aime -it ting Israel's legal system to new realities and ov< rha lation dating back lo Otto and Mandatory times. On October 21, 1983 Prime Minister Eshkol announced drasBANKS SUY BONDS A historic first for Israel was initiated the past year with the redemption ol the first Israel Savings Bonds. Holders ol matured Bondreceived payment on the basis of 150 cents on the dollar amounting to S26.459.125 in 1963. And redemption continued in 1963 as other bonds fell due. Israel Third Development Bonds pay 4 percent annually and are available in Coupon Bonds from S500 to $100,000 and in Twelve-Year Savings Bonds from $100 to $10,000. which will mature at 160 percent of the issue amount. It pays to buy Israel Bonds. They are a good investment in a land of promise that has turned promise into performance. Israel Bonds promote economic progress under freedom, thereby enabling the people of Israel to build a democracy willing and able to share in the progress of the free world. tic relaxations in the restrictions on movement into and out of border areas, which are mainly inhabitated by Arabs and Druses. The new concessions would make it possible for every inhabitant in the heart of Galilee and the "Triangle" (in central Israel) to leave and return to his area freely, without a permit. BEST WISHES to the STATE OF ISRAEL on its 16th Anniversary CARINO'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT 4785 N.W. 7th AVENUE Miami PL 8-4635 GREETINGS TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL K. & K. PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE Automotive Repairs & Road Service TIRES TUBES & BATTERIES 14295 N.W. 7th AVENUE North Miami Ph. 688-9359 L-jrcctin^e fo the tjfatv / sjtrtfl PURE BEEF FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOIOONA PASTRAMI • CORNED BEEF • TONGUES AMERICAN KOSHER PROVISIONS, INC Miami New York -* Tampa -* Atlanta SPONSORS OF THE 'TORAH HOUR' Each Sunday Noon WEOR FM Rabbi TiborH. Stern Gov. Theodore McKeldin, of Maryland (center), awards Mm ray Shaw (left) with Book of Honor at Temple Ner Tamid Israel Bond Dinner of Tribute as Rabbi Euqene Labovitz. spin tual leader, looks on with pride. Shaw, president of Temple Ner Tamid and a recent visitor to Israel, has led the Miami Beach synagogue to record-setting sales. Dr. and Mrs. Philip Gotlieb if >^nltite the STATE OF ISRAEL lOth ^Atnrtivcrsctrxi GREETINGS TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL THE REXLEIGH BAY HARBOR ISLANDS Newest Luxury Rental Apartments on the Waterfront 9881 E. BAY HARBOR DRIVE 5 Story f. reproof Buildiny E leva'or luxurious Lobby Central A>r Conditioning & Heal • laundry on Each Floor • Card Room -Party Room [K • Pool Dock -Gardens • All Apartments Fate the Wate* JAY RECHTSCHAFFER, Owner, UN 5-2552 GREETINGS TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL on its 16th ANNIVERSARY :ZALEm E§*>' .I EL: WF" A ^L1XJ DOWNTOWN MIAMI 226 E. Flagler, FR 3-5331 Open Fri and Men 'til 9 FREE GIFT WITH THIS A0! NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER Ph. 691-7670 Open Every Night 'til 30 WE SAIUTE THE STATE OF ISRAEl ON ITS 16th ANNIVERSARY CLUB, RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES A BARTENDERS UNION LOCAL 133, AFL-CIO AIGONZAIEZ. JR Pres.dent MORRIS G DRAPK1N, Secretary Treasure. N.E. 2nd AVE., Miami Phone FR 3-7603 821 WE SAIUTE THE STATE Of ISRAEl ON ITS 16th ANNIVERSARY TIGERTAIL ARMS-MOTEL APARTMENTS end r 0 w U, u G, Ve 1 fam J ,nn *toHna-A|, Cor.dition.d-H.atad Po.: end Sund.ck Available by Day. Week, Month or Yeare-Guest D.almcj Phone! >**r "1 V "oo^-'or Reservations Call Ray lindquitt. Manage2665 SOUTH BAYSHORE DRIVE Ph. HI 5-1552



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Friday. April 17. 1964 Greater Miami Pledges S2.5 Million in Bonds rael --. ::*? SMMC Can. Ban a %  mm. — wait %  T*e %  • raer r — % %  • mam • ..-. %  • -.._:*_ -:: — nter ti uwet ~ %  : : | -m ant a~-fn n. J I ur certana tkat Bond tffatl ili tfc:v TTsr ;•• h*!**** fr>>t WB %a<4 and f* Jcarisa people oi --.watt)' have to mu; Urgent Call for Peace Caaaaaaaal tnm P*S ?< -1 '-. %  %  •%  : %  • %  %  %  • %  %  %  %  •- hf/ms Gts if Ganaaa ; -ua( a Ecrpt%  cfe a (anr K Israel art* at m* cpnax t* ---.aaaea) a taaac cj M Ur**i aaaes caaaaaaw--it • t-^-i ; •.. %  %  %  — ^*--i• %  a K* 3au ova -n ax i; as *au—e 'n a wpiMM X — -..-_BBBlBBBt I Tsi fcs --_ .' %  aaa Tijip* -asaiae mmi a-^Ti aumst 2 ifc-c^jvaat la* .au—L ti lium --rsaaa^: ;_ aaaaaaaaa —mxroenvt.3fc tsaacsraaa m. no* ^ua. aai acr -annnmam a, a* -m IB' m MT %VoaBa 3r*^sai SKI aau u il > iaai aeaaaa 13a a— T* %aau"t Ii^saoBL aaaaaK ~r_ Ti %  aai Mr. ^ %  •aaar* iar *er ^t a aia%  -^cI -. WILLIAM BORNSTEIN • ~z ^ r •J ~ ^ VJ r SR-Ec .-'.-• -76*4 ^-/.: ir%c-^2 BanL M mi Bea<4i THE Nlil 01 ISRAEL RA v ir., [W** b*> ar. i FRFF I^f*i ran Maaet. r^4je* *J } rt iMar aata^ KURT M. WOLF VOTSflM CA$UUT> CO •, ^ -^ij! • \ : ,v' *i. ,'S ... .v KNS LUMMI IA1VAM CO.



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Page 14-B J3r JWitzvak Harold Scherr Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will officiate at services Saturday morning. Apr. 18. at Beth David Congregation when Harold Earl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Scherr. becomes Bar Mitzvah. Harold is a seventh grade student at Shenandoah Junior High. Interested in astronomy, he is president of the Astronomy Club at the Museum of Natural Science and History. Following services. Mr. and Mrs. Scherr will honor their SOO with a Kiddush in Spector Hall. Bruce Lebensart Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar tin Lebensart. will observe his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Apr. 18, at Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will officiate at the services and pre-g sent the celebrant with a Bibl 1 on behalf of the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood. Bas Mitzvah on Friday night, Apr. A student in the fourth grade 17at Beth Torah. Rabbi Max A. of Beth Torah Religious School. Ljpsch ; lz W JH officiate and preBruce also attends John F. Keny ^ wj)h g Bjb c „ a gift riedy Junior High. .„.U„„J a from the Sisterhood. Gary Kitchner The celebrant is a fourth year On Saturday morning. Apr. 18. stuf j en t in the Religious School ; i.l officiate. Jack i s a seventh grader at the ,,hu F Kennedy •i">" 1 "' "• -" %  where he plays the trombone ... lh school band. His hobb) is fishing and sailing, Erna Zemel Bas Mitzvah of Erna, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Herbert C. Zemel. will be celebrated Saturday morning. Apr. 18. at Temple Emanu El. Dr. Irving Lehrman will oificiate. Erna attends seventh grade at Nautilus Junior High and has taken prizes for art posters. She IS interested in painting and piano. The celebrant will be honored at a reception at her home on Sunday. Michael Kotler Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiated at the Bar Mitzvah of Michael Dean Kotler during services 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 include crafts and model building. Mrs. Bertha Kotler honored her son at the Kiddush following the ceremony, and at a luncheon in the afternoon at the Algiers Hotel. Grandmother of the Bar Mitzvah is Mrs. William Kotler. of Miami. it a Richard Serotta Temple Israel of Greater Miami will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah ceremony of Richard Serotta on Saturday. Apr. 18. with Rabbi Sherwin Stauber officiating. A seventh grade student at Ida M. Fisher Junior High, the celebrant is interested in dramatics and had a featured role in the school's first three-act play. ""Kiss and Tell." Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Serotta, ;014 Lake-view Dr., are parents of the Bar Mitzvah. Friday, April 17. 1964 PAUL Ktf/N Miami Hadassd In Fund-Raiser Annual fund-raising affai sored by Miami Chapter oi sah will benefit the Ha Medical Organization which tains hospital, technical anil research installations in Isrj and renders service to the kl East. Highlight of the affair on Sun: day evening at Elk's Lodge, .Mil %  Brickell Ave., will be two jifts. one a 17-day European holida [or two, the second, 8500 wo i Florida Power and Light stuck. Chairman for the cveni.; will i be Mrs. Elaine Salzburg vice president, who will introduce '. guest speaker Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, and Mrs. Heary L. Balaban who will entertain Following Hadassah n -etings aie scheduled for Monday. Ad Exec Named To Rambler Board Paul H. Klein, 'Ice president of Bishopric-Green-F.elden. one of Florida's largest and oldest advertising agencies, has been elected to the Board of Directors of Miami's largest and newest Rambler dealership. Klein, winner of numerous local and national awards for his creative cop\ writing, is well-known in Miami advertising circles and has been a B-G F staff member since 1958. As a director of Venetian Rambler, his advertising background and talents will help formulate the firm's advertising programs. Venetian Rambler. Miami-fran1 chised dealership for American i Motor's American, Classic and Ambaisador autos and parts, is located at the Miami entrance to the Venetian Causeway, the same location occupied by its predecessor, Nash Miami Motors, for almost 20 years. Aviva Group, Ifrs. Mon Her. man. president, 11 a.m.. it the home of Mrs. M. Dauer. 666' Mont gomery Dr. Theme of the W 0*111 AV„ win in MUM mrir _, ', ... son at a c.ndlelighting dinner n]**" of Te !" h P „!". %  hi ception on Saturday night at >ciate at the „ Bar UX !" „ NIi ,. h ,. I Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hy man Schinitsky. on Saturday Fran Mnwlck morning, Apr. 18. at the Temple. Fran, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur is in the seventh grade David Misenznick, will become at Ida M. Fisher Junior High and is on his home room basketball team. He studies the viola. He hopes to follow in the footsteps *. I •_ of his older brother. Michael, who Memorial JIOT ea is now attending medical school in The community is invited to join Nashville, Tenn. in commemorating the WarsawGhetto Uprising on Sunday. Apr Warsaw Ghetto 19. The Workmen's Circle branches will hold services at 25 Washington Ave.. at 8 p.m. Max Gleiberman, of Branch 699, will be chairman of the evening. Some of the events will be re The celebrant will be honored at a reception Saturday morning at Chandler's Restaurant. Chad! Daum Chadi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Daum. will become Bas Mitz van at Beth Moshe Congregation .-. %  %  I. u ..... ^.^...~ — -xan aI DC m .nusne LUIISICKOUUII called by "Vladka," one of the on Friday, Apr 17. Rabbi Simon few survivors. A group of ghetto Aprj | am j (j a „t or Hyman Fein will songs, sung by Sarah Fershko and „ffj c j a t c Jan Peerce will be included. The j program will be in Yiddish. An Oneg Shabbat will follow the Branch 1050 will include sim-' services in Popiel Social Hall in iliar services as part of their' Chadi's honor, meeting held Sunday at 1545 SW 1 A student at Beth Moshe Con 3rd St. The program will be in' gregation, the celebrant attends English. I Westview Junior High, where she Harry Schuldiner. chairman of 1 plays the flute in the school band Branch 1050. says he hopes "all I Workmen's Circle members and i Jack Mayer members of the community will! Jack Burton, son of Mr and attend one of these services. These | Mrs. Philip Mayer, 1920V NE 18th heroic efforts must not be forgot-! Ave will be Bar Mitzvah at Ternten." l jle Yeshurun on Saturday morn SHOW TIME: 7:05 P.M. NIGHTIY IN FULL STEREO % 1 9 HOURS DAILY OF FULL STEREO • 6A.M.'til 1 A.M. ^' j



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Page 12-B vJenist? fhrldSan Friday, April 17, 1964 Meeting of American Jewish Committee To Feature Slate for Election of Officers The principles of the Prophet [failih, "Seek Justice and Relieve the Oppressed," is the theme ot the annual meeting of the Greater Miami Chapter. American Jewish O. mmittee, to be held Mon.'ay. 'Apr 27. at the Dupont Plaza ft tel. A cocktail reception honoring in u members of the Greater vi .,1111 Chapter is scheduled for 6:18 p.m., in the Assembly Room, wiih dinner at 7:15. .Mrs. Aaron Furr. chairman of the event, has announced that the main address of the evening will i). given by Seymour Samet, Flortd.i regional director of the Amern n Jewish Committee. Proposed slate of officers for 1964-65 will be presented at the meeting. Named to succeed David Fleeman as president is Mrs. Charles Finkelstein. The slate al=o includes: David Fleeman. honorary president; Alfre:l Boas, Jay Jams, James R. Katzman. Dr. Joseph R. Narot. vice presidents; Robert I. Shapiro, secretary; Myron M. Bchrman, financial secretary; and R. W. Apte. treasurer. Exi. %  11 i N Hoard ill nciuile Rabbi1 |i bi i M. Haumoard, I 'r. i 'h I li 1 %  | *fr* Robert EerK' • Julian 1 B Morris H, Rurk, Alvln C Kllol ,| I iMnlc ,-. .hi.!-.Albert S. [>ub!.:n. Mi rr j II l>ubli n, Mm \a nn l-.ur. Dr s.. MM--I A pYlrlmnn, Aaron ,\. Koosaner, Charles l* v lerilAnder. M.-u.wi n Frumkea, William E, III Mi Kin N 11 • r :. .It-rome O. Clreeno, Iir Mirtuu Halpern, Marshall s. Han-lii, r>uniel N.-al II.ISHOPPING AROUND WITH (2r Jack .1 Riven, Mi Ra> mi nil Rubin, Howard R. tfclmrlln, Mra. l-""'1 %  r.i M Sllverman, Judge Harolil 1M.ii.-i. Kenn. h Tri 1 I II, sianle) H WattB, Mat-Khali Wlni Chairmen of Hie Advisor} Hoard an I l.,-.RuvlU'h and I lanl Wlen. MemK. : n ,.\ Col Jacob M. Arvey, Oeolfti I Bi : 11-1:111. Shi pnrd I ti %  A 1..1, Klnai. in. Charles. 11 Klnkeliteln, Samuel Irli dl n I, Paul R. • '•< rrton, Mr* Jennli 11 ngi 1 A J. 1 lai >iA.. • \i. Kami, r, Ja> Kli-lak, M01 nl..i|.nl 1 H ibbl lr\ illK Li lu:r.. II s 1 • 1 \. imn, .1. flerald I ewla, llaron de Hliwh Meyer, S'idne.i Meyer, Max Orovltx, I •' Kurl 1'elner. i.." Rnlilnaon, Kan IV Ituskln, Hum B. Si'liwarta, %  %  • 1 K HIIIM hi 1, IVI .' I. Singer, HUT> Kimunhoif, -* 1 I'liKiir. I'i .lo-.|ili M WeldlHTS. JOMe|>h Welntraub, II.nK. Wolfl ''.-1 Mitchell W..H....M. Beth Am Will Send Delegates Temple Beth Am will send six delegates to the regional conclave of the Southeast Federation of Temple Youth in Charleston. S.C., this weekend. Representatives include Ted Silver. Dick Abel. Patti Abel. Lowell Bernheimer. Liz Diamond, and Robin Corenblum. The youth group meets at the Temple every Monday evening. 7:30 p.m., with Sylvan Holtzman, advisor, for students from the 9th grade through high school. The Young Adult Group, young men and women 18 through 25, meets Sunday, 7:30 p.m., at the Temple. Roger Dauer is chairman. Beach BB Lodge Elects Schwartz; Installation May 3 Gerald Schwartz, public relations executive, has been elected president of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai IVrith. He will succeed Samuel Welner, ;i certified public accountant, at an installation dinner May 3 at the l)i Lido Hotel. Schwartz moves up, from the position of present elect: He was secretary of the lodge two years ago, and in Omaha. Neb., served as president of the Breadbreakers, weekly luncheon club of the Henry Monsky Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Schwartz is vice chairman of the B'nai B'rith Israel Committee lor the Fifth District, embracing the Southern states Joseph L. Goodman, vice president cf Franklin Federal Savings and Loan Association, will take office as president-elect. Goodman, chairman of the Beach Lodge's July 4 Celebration Committee, moves op from vice president. Other officers elected include | three vice presidents. Edward H. Levin, Jack August and Milton Kahn. Honorary life president Irving Schatzman was elected treasurer, and Weiner becomes financial secretary. Samuel Pascoe was elected recording secretary, with Malcolm H. Fromberg corresponding secreSCffWARTZ GOODMAM lary. Other officers include Ir\ ling Schenker. monitor: i ,. 'Goldman, assistant monitor; Ben Levine. guardian: Jacob II >., assistant guardian; \ Swartl, warden; Ben Mos] assistant warden: Gershor. %  i luncheon chairman; and A Wolf son, historian. Trustees elected arc Jack M Fink. Jack S. Popick. Ze\ William Bornstein, Oeorgi engoid. Michael Sossm. Paul Seiderman. William \ Weiner. Schatzman and \ Grunhut y, Tifereth Jacob Maps Activities Meeting of the Men's Club of Temple Tifereth Jacob is set [or Sunday at 10 a.m. The Sisterhood is sponsoring a Chinese dinner on Sunday at 7 p.m. Mrs. Mildred Wascowitz is in charge of reservations. 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April 17. 1964 knlsincrtdUar Pag* 13-A '3 IOUS %  & ervtces Jnis lAJeehend [If ycu were confused because the street sign on Biscayne Bou.evard and NE 5th St. road "ORT Blvd." recently, you car.jelax. because ORT Day is past and things are back to norr.al. Wi'h Mayor Robert King High are Region Officers (leh :o right) Mrs. Jack Fils. Executive Committee chairman; ^fAis Florence Kupperman, education vice """iden'Mavor Aug.:. Mrs. Louis Baron, president; Mrs. William Fishman, merr.-ership vice president. Scripture Penetrates Our Very Deepest Inner Reality SRAEL. 7801 Carlyle avs. i Rabbi Isaac Ever. AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA! TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Cantor Israel Kerahner. *NSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative., Rabbi Abraham Schwarta BETH OAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipson. Friday B:is p.m. Quasi speaker, Dr. Joachim Prlnft, preaktent, Amerlcun Jea-lah Congress. Saturday !• a.m. Bur Mltavah: Harold Earl, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bcherr. BETH EL. 500 SW ITtN av. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. I'ridai ill.'. |i.m. JfetUrdaj s:::u a.m. -_— — 3ETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. — • %  3ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. a BETH KODESH 1101 SW 1ith ivi. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Saturday vr. a.m. Sermon: ".Mi Unclean Generation." •"• p.m. Discussion: "The Portion of Law • BETH MOIHs CONGREGATION. 13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. R.ibbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fein. %  '! ici.i% 8:is p.m. r-. rmon "Tha Smooth 8| n ., Hi Honey." Bus Mltai .lb 'ii Mi. daiiKhler ..i Mi ..ii.I Mrs. Joel I'.linn Haturriu) vl". a.m. Bar Mltavnh: John, son of lr. ami Mi.-. I'lllli). Sink CANDLEUGHTING TIME 5 Iyar — 6:25 p.m. St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. rYiday 1:13 ami (:1S p.m. Sermon: "The History ..i 1)10 Bene Israel C munili<-s in India." S'acurrtay 8:46 a.m. • KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. %  • MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM, 1544 Washington ave Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strastfeld. MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber. man. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green_wald. Pridny 6:80 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon: %  "Israel's Independence." Saturtlaj 9 ii.in. Bar Mltavnh: Urea 1 son ..f Mr. .ml .Mix. 11 \ In Liftman. • SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Avs Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmiaai rldaj '. nin s •tii'ii;. 8:8n .. m s.-i ii : "Tli. I'll' • % %  of Suffering E. RABBI DAYID SHAPIRO "i-nnle Sinai of Molly wood :.' •'* INT-, %  >"%  9ETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secre tary. Ki|.la v.l'. ii m i-., ml,in,-,| Inraell ami I i.,i.,l SynauoKUe Ser\iee. Sei-mon; •II lllll' V..Mill OtleH Slialmal hoted I., SIxterh I SHI urdn) i::m ii.in s-i m. >n "Thi I'm : 111 111 III.\V. ( 1 < %  Sal %  ^orahu portion tor tins i concerns itself with the in-. ;ont of disease. Its em| is on the purity of the illReadiqg ^hese verses, inn led to inquire about their nit. nee in religion today; yet v Ii one considers that nothing nun ;n is alien to Judaism, one can ..nderstand that there is a relatunship between physical ailment and religious concern. k Tf --.iA9 < Jf.t.D.s t ay that Judaism Ws I religion of -'faith healing." The ;nysician and the apothecary are i—nored in the faith and history of our people. "Honor the physician with the honor due unto him; for the Lord hath created him. For, of the most high cometh healing," wrote Ecclf • astieus. However, there is a mind body soul relationship which is of concern to religion. The phy sician's ministrations are supplemented by spiritual ministra non-. The healing process is fostered both by the state of the bodj .nd the state of the mind. Thi? s in accordance with the rinciples of psychosomatic medBETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Mrs I'hlllp Ma) TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 102f NE 183rd St.. Miani, Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, Cantor Maurice Neu. Prldi • %  ,.i ml s I %  '• |i in. Uuesl speak • i I'aul :\iin. -. na11..nitI vli, pn siInrarll in Ii lull 'IUIKI-I -Subi' %  i "!%  • inuiverwui I Hi, (IIII-I an v i' i 'onari K Con %  %  ntlon Sal ir Inj i:4S ., in. I'.ai OrI u %  %  : i %  •' l"n, Mill .,i Ml in.I *i BETH TORAH 164th st. anc W> ave. Conservative. Rabbi d NE 11th Max Lip. sohitz. Cantor Ben-Zion KirschenMum Prldii) > l.'i |, in Hues! speaker, I.e.. I'I'.I'I. i. Kent i u counsel, Am. i ,n .1.,., i-h i "..iijr. .... Topic: "Supreme Court Itii.uReading I'eclelon and the %  mpuHetl Constitutional Amendment." Baa Mlttvah: Pran, daughter "f Mr. ind MrDavid Mlaonanlck Suturdaj s:t:. a in. Bar Mltavah: Bruce, xon of Mr and Mm. Martin Lebenaarl • B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Joel Lerner. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rjubi Herbert-Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner.,.. Prldai •:'. i p. % %  I in,.ii: "What i'" Ji •* Bellexe' Alxiul I.if,After I'...ilr" Una Mil/,..I. Jum-t, daughter of M i and Mi -i, r Anapol. S:,i urdn) Mir. a.in Bai Mltavah: David, .-.,ii ..i Mi. in,.I .MiNorman Todd. tionai. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Prlda) 8:13 |..ui. Pulpit gueat. Aacher K.uz. |,i. sidem, Brooklyn American Jewlah i"..ni!ie.-.-. Saturday s;4.-, B .m Mai Mltavah: D-ivld, son of Mr ami i .Mr-. Joaeph flerkten. TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St, Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin, l-'riila, v::o p.m. cuest -peaker, Jack i. HI, in. Brotherhood president. Subject: "The Jew In Aala ami America. Saturda; S:4S o-m. Bar Mtlavah: Ricky, son ,,i Mr and Mrs. MllK.n Myers, %  • TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE l&th ave. Reform. Rabbi Oaaiel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. ivi,iav 8:13 p.m. Service in honor ot rath Israel independence Day Anniversary. Sermon: "Uptlmiata, Pessimists and Beallats." Rellelous Sc I -•mi.inhaving Mrthdays in March and April will be bleased. At tha iiu.K Snaltbnt, Junior rholr will honor American Jewlah Hiatorj Week i,v ; iireaentlnii "Th. Ballad foi Am. %  leans | TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 51 Flamingo Way. Conservati.-e. Rabbi Hyman Gross. Prlda) *.:t". p.m. Saturday H a.m. s. i: in, II "Weekly Portion of the l..." TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. Prlda) vi". fin. Quest speaker Paul Seiderman. Saturda) vi.". a.m. Si i in,,n "rootprlnta of the Pnai Saturdu) V a.m. Bar Mltavah Oar) | ..II ..I Mr, ami Mra. Prank Kiuhner. TEMPLE ZIOi^. o/20 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax. man. Cantor Leo Urlich. Pi Ida) \:X> p in Satui da) 8 B.m Bin Mltavah i iar>. son ,a Mi. and Mi Prank Kitcl r TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry I Ida) Ml p.m. Sel n in hpl .,. I I /., \ \\ K<1 man. i %  %  ird Je I. \ : ma I 'MII i 'oun. liieut, dlanil i 111. K Slu lil ill linst. .1 l.v Si--. II hud Sal : da) %  u i'lirtlmi ui %  h. w Wernick. YOUNG ISRAcu. S0 NE 171 >t Orthodox. Rabbi Shrrw.n Stauber Pi Ida) i 15 p n Saturda) '.• .i in s. i in,,li. "Portion i.f l he Week HOLLY. Reform RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO ipiritual inttrdtptndence icine. As the Psalmist said, "A joyful heart is a good medicine." Moreover, in the very healing process of the body, there is "the healing power of God." The new partnership of religion and psychiatry is DOW makFLAGLER GRANAOA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfold. Cantor G.oro. Goidbsrg. Priday s:i:. p.m. Sermon: "A Daughter in laraef." Mas Mltavah: Sandra i.... daughter ,.f Mr. ami Mra, ia win Mar.-luill. Saturda) V a.m. • FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th SINGERS FOR MALE QUARTET •o ;'rg Hebrew Liturgical, V ddish and Hebrew Folk Music. Must sight-read. Call HI 8-8826 mind and body abundantly clear. It promises much lor the healing of man. The services of chaplains in hospitals are in accordance with the same thinking, and help immeasurably to quicken the morale of patients. On this subject, as on others. Scripture penetrates to the very heart of reality. In the words ol the prophet. The Lord reTEMPLE BETH EL OF WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. Priday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "What lsrael Means t.. the World." Saturdn) ii B.m, Bar Mltavah: Alan, son of Dr. ami Mrs. Sldne) a. Rachlln. • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW 120 thSt. Reconstroctionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Priday 1:13 p.m. Quest speaker, Joaeph Roblson, associate director, American Jewish Congress Commission i.u Law an.i Social Action. Batur.ia.i 10:80 a.m. Sermon: "Choosing Leaders." TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavsby. Cantor Ernest Steiner. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh Cantor David Conviser. Hriilay s:l". p.m. Quest speaker. Shad Poller, chairman, governing council, American J.-ui-ii Congress. Saturday 10 IS .i.m. TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38, NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alexander Cohen. • TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NV\ 22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S M. Machtei. Prlda) 11:30 p.m Sermon "Israel Independence i HI lines shnbuui hostThe synagogue, which is being j &,!& *" established under the auspices of Dr. Lehrman Named to Board By Special Raport Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual! leader of Temple Emanu-El. has ing the interdependence of soul, \ bcen elected to the Board of Directors of the International Synagogue at John F. Kennedy International Airport. .V V. Servlei he New York Board of Rabbis, will include a Jewish Information Center, to refer visitors from all oxer the world to religious places ol interest in New York; a nuiTEMPLE EM/NL'-EL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvint Lehrman Cantor Hirsh Adler. • in ii.in tltiesi —aki r. N'Hiii.ni Pi %  linutti • %  outgoing ,iii ector, Anii-l fnmal Ion l.. ague of ll'nal II 'iii Tuple A N.i, Herman)"" seum. which will display religiOUS fchlnV PHnkT l .Ve"wtnL PM AmeVl.!an (leemelh the soul of His serobjects gathered from the lour I J w 'h Congress Kar Mitsvah Arthur MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE s^M Bird Read, Miami Ph. 446-2181 tHRZtn and KADDISH Daily 8 am. and 6 p.m. at Sun.. 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. vants, and none of them that take refuge in Him shall be lorsaken." CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION SEEKING RABBI Teaching required. Write CC< P.O. tax 2973 Miami, Florida 33101 Beth David Group Slates Review Beth David Young Adults will hear a book review by Mrs. Lillian Stone on Tuesday night at the Temple. Mrs. Stone will discuss "Marriages are Made in Heaven." The function is scheduled to begin at 8:30 p.m. WE INSTALL GLASS FOR EVERY PMRP0SE STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Rfsihering Our Specialty L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 SW. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363 Morris Orlin cornerol the Jewish world; a main sanctuary, modeled after New York's Mill street Synagogue, the first built in America; the daily chapel, which will provide the traveler with a place for worship; and the Library Heading Room, to be stacked with multilanguage newspapers, magazines and books to enable the foreign traveler to feel at home at the gateway to America and the United Nations. t S.hinii.-i.v ; I;.,.Mitsvah Krnu Zeinel TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE I9th St Reform. R.ibbi Joseph R. Nsrol Cantor Jacob Bornstein. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo avs Libci.il Reform. Rabbi Mordcca Podet .ind Cantor Gordon Richards i rldaj -!•. %  s. %  %  in hon f American Jewish Hi-:.,', \\. • u Quest rabbi: IT Marlus Kunsoii, TEMPLE MENORAH. (20 75th st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram owitz. Cantor Eawara Klein. — a TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. anc Tstum Waterway. Madam Tradi SEXTON NEEDED < BY LARGE PIONEER £ MIAMI CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION MUST BE EXPERIENCED AND EMINENTLY QUALIFIED Reply in confidence to S.N., Box 2973 Miami, Florida 33101 \ %  V : A-, „..—3J -.CC""~For the man on the go! South Central's fost, regularly *c*'c .' • larvics to oil points in Florida is designed to get you *rui ( you hove to CO when you hj.j to go qu


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Pcce 8-B *. Itnisincridfor T afjm Li>> in>i>t> that her early life in her home town of Chicago was ordinary and uneventful But it instilled in her a quality that ha> remained with her throughout her life. She learned how to share. Her father and mother were active in the Jewish Orphan Home, and Myra spent hours there playing with the children and helping ___-__^_^ with the arrangements for holiday .^ajjafcB^ decorations. Ba\ After high school. Myra work^\ ed as a secretary at the Wrigley \ Chewing Gum Co. It was at this time that she met Irwin. and they were married a year later. For the first 12 years of their life together, they lived in Chicago, where their three children were born: Betzy. now Mrs. RobI ert Poller, who has the two grandchildren that Myra adores: Ger\ aid. who will graduate from the k\^ University of Miami in June; and 1 X Susan, who also attends the uniMYKA versity. Because of Myras religious background, and through the eyes of her maternal grandfather who was an ardent Zionist, attending many World Congresses. Myra became doubly aware of Zionism. Firmly convinced that there would never be an Israel, when Israel became a state. Myra's interest turned into a living, breathing actuality. On moving to Miami. Myra transferred her Hadassah membership here She has come up through the ranks of this exciting organization, working hard on each level, until presently she is the Florida Regional president and sits on the national board. Since her husband travels a great deal, she spends many quh?t hours reading and doing handwork. She has made many pieces of noedle point, but strangely enough they have all been given away; the piece she is always working on for her herself gets tucked away out of sight. Vitally concerned with the necessity of good government, Myra reads avidly on the subject, intending to get nghf into the midst of "doing something" about it as soon as her present commitments are carried out. The whole family, including the grandchildren, spend many happy hours, content to be together nad enjoying each other's company. Contentment reigns supreme in the Liss household. Myra is a quiet, self-contained, tactful person. She is understanding, as well as efficient, and steeped in the knowledge of her organization. The end of this month. %  she will preside over the annual Florida Regional Conference at Tampa. The world for Myra centers in her home and Had. Musical Slated At Beth Am Rauchbergs Will Live in N.J. Frntainebleau Hotel was the setting on Saturday. Apr. 11. for the marriage of Elizabeth Mariana. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Phillips. 18 Samana Dr.. to Dr. Joel Loui< Rauchberg. He is the son of Mrs. Abraham Rauchberg and the late Mr Rauchberg. of Newark. N.J. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro, of Beth David Synagogue, performed the candlelight ceremony. A reception and dinner followed. The bride wore an elegant white peau de sole original Bianchi gown, featuring a beaded alencon lace bodice, scoop neckline and long tapered beaded sleeves. The peau de soie skirt, controlled in front, terminated into a full-flowing chapel train topped by a huge rose. Her matching peau and beaded lace crown held a triple tier of French illusion. Mrs. Howard Greenstein and Miss Barbara Klau^ner were matron and maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Stuart Abraham. Miss Wiima Apfelbaum and Mrs Alvin Philipson. Howard Rauchberg was his brother's best man. Ushers included Barry Garfinkle. Michael Rauchberg. and Dr. Alvin Philipson New Mrs. Bermont attended the University of Florida. Le Mesnil in Switzerland and graduated from Temple University School of Oral Hygiene. She was affiliated with Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. Her husband, an alumnus of Al\\ tr-Kahn MRS. 10CL IAUCHMG bright College, graduated from Temple University School of Dentistry. He was a member of Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity. He served as an Air Force dentist for two years, and inow on the staff of Beth Israel Hospital. Newark. After a honeymoon trip to Mexico, the couple will live in Par>ippan>. N.J. Friday. April 17. i3tj Miss Neidich Eyes June Rites Dr. and Mrs. Sol NaJd of Beaufort. S.C. announce I gagemenl of their daughter lyn. to Richard C. Lewis of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin W 7100 Sunset Dr.. Miami. Miss Neidich i< a stu<' the University of Miam. Lewiis -tudying at the sir* of Miami Law School A June wedding is planMiss Huberman To Wed MD An Auguat wedding i? planned by Jill Huberman Evan Cotter. Parents of : • trothed couple are Mr. ar. Leo Huberman. 6815 Ru saille. and Mrs. Leona H. Tucson. Ariz. The bride-elect attended mandy School and receive*: BA decree from Goucher College in Baltimore. Attending the Philadelphia School of Occupy: Therapy at the Univer>i of I'trr-yivania. she will recei certification in occupation;* therapy in June. The prospective bridegroom attended Yale University ar receive a degree from Jotr kins Medical School in June. 19*:< Miamian to Wed Israeli Musician Miamian Dr. Lawrence E man and Miss Hadassa Etzion. sixth generation Israeli Sabra. will be married on Apr. 30 in Israel. Following a honeymoon trip to .Switzerland and France, the couple v ill return to Miami in June They will be feted here at a reception hosted By Dr. Newman? sister and brother-in-law. Dr. and Mrs Alan Stole r. 3909 Ponce de Leon Blvd MISS JILL HUBIIMAH Musical will be presented at Temple Beth Am on Saturday evening, Apr. 25. The play. "Dear Delinquent." will feature a cast of 53 thesp..a The original book and lyrics were written by Joan Schwartzman, and will be directed by Kstelle Lash. NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MiLSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DtUVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI MISS HADASSA FTZ/ON D. LAWKtHCl f. NEWMAN The bridegroom, a graduate with honors from the University of Miami Medical School, is UH ?>on of Mr. and Mrs. Davui Newnan, 21 Alhambra Circle, who will be in Israel for the nuptials. His bnde-to-be is a cellist with the Israel Philharmonic S>mphony Orchestra and has concertized in man) countries of the world. mcludir.j the Unite 1 States. 1 : *; /^fls By the Sea, By the Sea B On the beautiful Ocean, see... t he completely renovated diLido Hotel Cabana bub that awaits you this summer. A new scientific filtering system m bcth Olympic pools, new mats and chaises, a wiener roast each week and a cocktail party each month. Game facilities ga'ore for all the family. Cabanas for fear persons from $300 to S400 May 1st to November 1st Far rental information, call Karl Boyeff. 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Friday. April 17. 1964 i + 3ewl%tfhri<*ktr Page 5-< State of Israel Medallion for Blanks Sen. Wayne Morse presents Maurice Revitz with Plaque of Honor denoting his service to the State oi Israel at Temple Menorah Israel Bond Dinner of Tribute. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual leader of the Miami Beach congreqtion, looks on. Revitz, chairman of the Trustees of Israel, who recently was elected to a fifth term as president of Temple Menorah, has been in the forefront of Israel Bond leadership. Continued from Page 1-C Herzlia and the King David in Jerusalem. The group now has such diversified projects as oil drilling and apartment building under way, with many of them in cooperation with the Israel Government. The Blanks moved to Greater Miami in 1925, and he has been active in the food and beverage business in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties ever since. Jerry Blank, a son, and Sandy Kramer, a son-in law, also are active in National Brands, Inc. Numerous Activities Among the numerous activities of Sam Blank are his long service as a trustee of the University of Miami, a founder and trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital and as a director of Goodwill Industries. The latter earned him a Presidential citation from Gen. Dwight Eisenhower. COMMUNITY GOAL SET AT $2,500,000 IN PURCHASES Synagogues Gear to Aid Bond Push Vital heart of Greater Miami's successful State of Israel Bond effort is the heart of her vital Judaism—the proud synagogues and temples of Da;ie County. With congregational Dinners of Tribute and High Holiday drives in behalf of Israel Bonds an anxiously-anticipated highlight of the year's calendar, these activities have taken on a major role in achieving the historic goals of the State of Israel. As in past years, the activities will get under way with the annual dinner oi Temple Beth Am lor State of Israel Bonds first initiated under the leadership of Herman Feldman. the first chairman. Beth Am etforts are spearheaded by Rabbi Herbert Bauni gard and Trustees of Israel David Linht and Jay I. Kislak. who are in the forefront of Israel : Bond activity on the entire communal level. Beth El Congregation will hold its dinner May 31 at the Deauville Hotel honoring Rabbi Solo mon Sehiff. Honorary chairmen will be Beth El leaders Philip Bcrkowitz and Hyman Chabner. Mrs. Max Rappaport, co-chairman, and Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president of Sisterhood, already are at work organizing the Committee of Hosts for the gala social event. Gov. Theodore McKeldin, of Maryland, will present Rabbi Sehiff, past president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, with a special award rccogni7ing his outstanding leadership for the State of Israel. Beth Torah has set Sept. 19 as the date for its Dinner of Tribute honoring Dave Margulies, one of Beth Torah's founders, at the pioneer North Miami Beach congregation. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. spiritual leader of Beth Torah, is chairman for the function, and Sen. Wayne Morse will be guest speaker and present Margulies with a citation. Still other congregations are now in the planning stage for their dinners of tribute. Following the High Holidays, there will be the traditional gala events of Temples Beth Shoiom, EmanuEl, Menorah, N'er Tamid, Beth David, Zion. Knescth Israel and other congregational events which literally shape a Bond with Israel between the Temple members and the young state to whom this tie is a lifeline to a healthy future. Greater Miami's goal for 1964 is S2.500.000. BEST WISHES to the STATE OF ISRAEL on its 16th ANNIVERSARY GUSTAV H. KLOEHS 438 ALCAZAR AVE. Coral Gables Phone HI 3-1122 BEST WISHES TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS 16th ANNIVERSARY GULFSTREAM PRESS 3800 N.W. 59th Street NE 5-0611 ANNIVERSARY GREETINGS to the STATE OF ISRAEL DIPPER DAN ICE CREAM SHOPPE NOW OPEN Fancy Molds-Pies-Cakes Parfaits-For Special Occasions 1068 N. Miami Beach Blvd. 1558 South Dixie Hwy. PORTOFINO SENDS GREETINGS TO ALL HIS FRIENDS on the Observance of the 16th ANNIVERSARY OF THE STATE OF ISRAEL $ WE SALUTE THE STATE OF ISRAEl ON ITS 16th ANNIVERSARY MR. AND MRS. EUGENE J. WEISS AND FAMILY No. 3 Island Avenue, Belle Isle In the days when the central community welfare planning and fund-raising agency now known as the United Fund was the Community Chest, Sam Blank was an officer. He has been both the regional and national recipient of the National Conference of Christians and Jews Award for his interfaith leadership. One of the highlights of Blank's career was his recognition by the beer industry as the Solid Gold Wholesaler of the Year in tribute to his having been the most charitable wholesaler and having done the most for the industry. During World War II. Blank was chairman of the local ArmyNavy Committee of the L'SO, and he and Mrs. Blank made sure that the thousands of visiting servicemen found a home away from home at the "Y" located at One Lincoln Road. Blank Foundation The Blanks have visited Israel 11 times since the establishment of the State, with their first trip in 1949. and their most recent a flight to Haifa last year for the opening of the Dan Carmel and the celebration of Israel's 15th anniversary. Mrs. Blank's activities for every group that aids Israel—are 16th Anniversary Greetings to the State of Israel from Automatic Gas 13090 N.W. 7th AVE. MU 1-4638 BEST WISHES TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL ON ITS 16ih ANNIVERSARY W. CARROLL WILSON 1674 MERIDIAN AVENUE MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES TO THE STATE OF ISRAEl ON IIS I6fh ANNIVERSARY ROBERT MADDAFORD TEACHER OF SINGING legion and virtually legendary Greater Miami. The Samuel Blank and Fai ily Foundation is a major instr ment for philanthropic efforts behalf ot Israel, Jewish and no sectarian causes. Mt. Sinai ai several other hospitals sponst ed by the other major faith the University of Miami, Bra dcis University and other educ tional institutions have bet beneficiaries of the Blank Fou elation. An annual cultural f< um, under Federation auspui is another Foundation project Blank still has time to be director of the City Nation Bank of Miami, president of N tional Brands and a member the boards and executive coi mittees of a half dozen phila thropic groups. In looking forward to Sund; nisht's dinner, where the coi munity will pay tribute to 1 rael on reaching her 16th ye of statehood. Sam Blank rcmi isccntly says, "We find th Miami has special identificatu with Israel, and that Isreal most conscious of the role of oi community in its upbuildin Seeing the tremendous grow on every visit is the greatest r ward we can receive for our r 1 lorts." |jnir$ [an 17 1 vnMin 25S wotitn 1 Mtiaal MAURICE REVITZ jC X tends C—


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Friday. April 17, 1964 fJenisfi B u r AMaui Page 9-B B 1 ETH David Congregation held its annual Patrons dinner rlance Sunday evening in the Grand Ballroom of Spector Hall. Chairman of the event was Phillip Schil'f, and his wife wore a floorlength gown in sand-colored raw -ilk which was designed by their daughter in the form of a sheath with a modified bateau neckline and detailed with hand-embroidered jet bugle beads. I Mrs. Murray Turctsky's formal was .1 -ilk brocade with brilliant !\ colored spring flowers in a splash print pattern. Her sheath had deep "V" decolletage, and godet-type of flared inserts at the hemline. A full-length white satin skirt topped with an overblouse covered with pastel sequins was Mrs. Frank Rose's choice for the dance. Mrs. Sam Badanes combined pink and magenta in a floral print on an imported French chif("ii The sheath silhouette featured a cowled neckline and matching stole. A white brocade (ticktafl ensemble was worn by Mrs, Jerome Weinkle. Her ovcr-j blouse -.was covered with crystal elear tear-drops which hung pendant style from crystal chains. Lilac flowers printed on a field ; of white was worn by Mrs. Albert Dubbin. White sequins emphasized the white background, and her fitted bodice tapered to a modified bell shaped skirt. Mrs. Sy Keith's i ice pink peau de soie was floorlength. Her chiffon overblouse was embroidered with pink flow-! tones.l Black silk was seen on j Mrs. Jerry Merlin. Her elbowlength '-sleeves were of heavy black lce and had black crystal tear drops sprinkled over the lace. I; • .• .• |u|RS.:Max.Bergman. the former %  ROM Lovitz. back from their honeymoon, wore a black silk cocktail ensemble. The bodice of her shtath dress was of black chantiln lace. Mrs. Moe Atkins aKo ehose black as her color. Her dress was hand-crocheted -traw lace from Italy. Royal blue silk chiffon with a bouffant skirt LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • REPAIRING Serving Daoe County Ovir 25 Years 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 ,. AUTHORIZED OCAUB TMtrti Ouol t, HEARING AIDS $50 to $285 Service All Mjln ^ Iiltrrir-. — Ma'dt STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road W" """ * night club show and dancing or. Saturday at the Barcelona Hotel. THIS IS YOUR INVITATION ... to consult Kith the Wedding Cake expert at HOJMIUI Bakery, who Kill he happy to assist you in the selection of your "all important cake," without obligation, .of course. like your wedding gown, you will choose.your Wedding Cake with utmost care. the seleerieu ef your Cake from Holsum will be in keeping with yew jood taate. cake* for nil ucersior.s. fashioned l>y our professional artists, give y*e insurance of beauty and perfection. A m NO MATTER WHAT THE OCCASION When the occasion calls for a special festive note, why not supply it with a specially decorated Holsum cake. Ilolsiiui has been helping Miamians celebrate special events since 1912. Whether it's a birthday, a holiday or a particular day all your own, Holsum can furnish a cake specially decorated that will make the occasion a memorable one. You can rely on Holsum to produce healthful, wholesome, delicious baked goods, lor the American family who wants quality at a price within means. ft?. *j Just clip and moil to: Holsum Bakers 5761 Sunset Drive South Miami Phone: MO 1-3441 HOLSUM BAKERS S761 Sumet Drive %  South Miami 43, Florida I Pleost tend mt the following FREE booklets: ', Wedding Coke Booklet How To Moke Youi Wedding Go Smoothly S Cakes Foi All Occasions l Name: f J Street: City: ..\:



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Friday. April 17. 1964 *Jewisti ftcridHmn Page 7-3 \_:.v:„*<" w "* c • > • • .-, • v,' • r nepresenting Women's American ORT on the dais at the "Jennie" Award Luncheon at the Deauville Hotel are (left to right) standing: Mrs. Benjamin Weinshank, president, Biscayne Chapter; Mrs. Stanley Phillips, president. Bay Chapter; Mrs. Henrietta Bolotin, president. Greater Miami Chapter; Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt, national vice president; Mrs. Leonard Lavine, region guardianship chairman; Mrs. Lou Jacobson, president, Miami Beach Afternoon Chapter; Mrs. Louis Baron, region president; Mrs. Jack Fils, region executive committee chairman. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Philip Stark, region vice president; Mrs. Jennie Grossinger; Eddie Fisher; Mrs. Elliot Roosevelt; and Mrs. Margaret Newman Steam, program chairman. 1,000 Attend Jennie Award Luncheon Here Over 1,000 guests attending the Grossinger, to whom he referred humanitnrian deeds." iRT "Jennie" Award Luncheon as his "second mother" and sang Mrs. Louis Baron, region presi,1 the Deauville Hotel last Wed"The Face" in her honor. dent, said that "ORT's purpose r.esday were visibly touched when Mrs. Grossinger then presented and primary objective is to help' Eddie Fisher sang "My Yiddishe; him with a trophy from Women's man stand a little taller and a Mama" and "Gott Hut Mir Gegehen a Mamele" to his mother, Mrs. Max Stupp, as she looked up at him. He then walked the entire runay to pay tribute to Jennie American ORT as "Outstanding little straighter by providing the Performing Artist in 1963." means, material and tools to make Mrs. Philip Stark, chairman ol him a sell-sustaining human bethe day, presented Mrs. Grossing." The ultimate compliment to your guests—an invitation to have your func~ tion catered by Fontainebleau 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 Fontainebleau catering at your homt CALL BANOUUET DEPARTMENT JEfferson 8-8811 ON TH OCIAN AT &f AlhJJTBMY • l*IAWU iiiger with a solid gold "Woman of Valor" charm for "countless .Socialite by <^fsavel \~fi Contiued from Page IB a luncheon held in the Algiers Hotel Standing in the receiving line with the celebrant was his mother. Mrs. Bertha Kotler, in a becoming pink silk theatre suit; his teen-age sister. Ricki Diane, who chose beige: and yellow; and grandmother. Mrs. William Kotler. in attractive blue print Among the so guests were the hostesses" hint hers. Sam Berger and Sol Berger, the latter with his wife. II from Cleveland. Meyer Koter, of Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs EM Kotler and their two sons, from Lttsburg, Fla Vuthor A'dele Waldman entertained last week by long time friends Dr. and Mrs Solomon Prlva) Goldman Mrs. Idman, who divides her time .. 9HBUI III* t%i A9IU 'JJBJS 81M.J91M S.0PIHP 91ft 9JB n9U.i 4W, •uoisssjojd j|9ift U| p9||Bnbaun SJI Asm aiau ONiaaivo am NI SlSIN0U03Ja3d 133W %  WW"


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Faqe 16-A *>•* $#> JlrrMinr) Friday. Arrlj 17, Independence Fete Slated for Sunday Continued from Page 1-A Blank, and them>elves longtime leaden here, are serving as chairmen of a Committee of Hosts tor the huge anniversary fete, with Maurice Revitz. chairman of the Trustees Of Israel, extending opening greetings. Leonard Rosen, chairman of the Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds: Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman of the Women'; Division; Jack S. Popick. chairman of the Board of Governors; and Mrs. Sam Rost. chairman of the Arrangements Committee, are working with the Weinkles to insure the success of the affair. Samuel Friediand is honorary chairman with J. A. Cantor. CONSUL CtHUAl DOVIR MONEY IF YOU INEEJD IT, WE'VE GOT IT Mortgage money for buying, building or refinancing homes is like many other things it's of interest only to those people who need it. 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Supreme Court Justices, members of the diplomatic corp>. heads of the various religious denominations, and a large gathering of guests A fanfare wjs sounded as Rabbi Unterman, former Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv, entered the chamber, accompanied by the Sephardi Chief Rabbi Yitihak Nissim, who continues in the post which he has held for many years. The two Chief Rabbis were preceded by uniformed aides, and were accompanied by Religious Affairs Minister Zorah Warhaftig, Chief Rabbi Brodie of Britain, Supreme Justice M. Silberg and Je em Mayor Mordechai ls>-. om. In a erecting on behali Government, Premier E stressed the significance Israeli Chief Rabbi as the of the whole diaspora, and the hope for a spirit of tok lei *jrf .sal. thai. the -iOl the •ibbi ced •.ce. Beth lotah Celebration The 16th anniversary of Israel Independence Day will be celebrated by the Beth Torah Religious School on Sunday. Mrs. Martin Matz will perform Israeli songs, accompanying herself on the Israeli shepherd drum. 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Friday. April 17. 1964 +Jewlsti FIcrtdFtenn Page 3-C Sam and Bea Blank \AJitli aeep affection ana profound esteem Miami, the youngest major Jewish community in the country is, in the service of Israel, amongst the foremost. This is due to the calibre of people who came here to live and their consistent devotion to the welfare of a growing Miami and the needs of a growing Israel. Among these, Sam and Bea Blank have won a unigue place in the annals of Israel and in the hearts of the entire community. Distinguished leaders, humanitarians, philanthropists, founders of the major institutions of Greater Miami, they have been a strength and an inspiration through the years in all the endeavors which our community and our people hold dear. On the eve of the Israel Sixteenth Independence Dinner Sunday next, the occasion when Sam and Bea Blank will be the proud recipients of the highly coveted Medallion of Honor, we extend to them, in deep affection and profound esteem, our heartiest congratulations on having been selected for this high honor which their devotion to Israel and humanity has so richly merited for them. May they continue to enjoy many happy, fruitful years in the service of their community, their country, the land of Israel, the people of Israel and their fellowman. TRUSTEES OF ISRAELState of Israel Bonds THE MESSRS. AND MISDAMCS Leonard Abess Elrse A. Adams James M. Albert Sidney D. Ansln William Bornstein Jack A. Cantor Charles Chareowsky Jacob Cosow Sarah Czech Carl Epstein Paul Faske A. C. Fine Abram Fox Ben Frankenstein Samuel Friedland Sam Fuchs Mac Gache David Goodman Isadora Hecht Samuel Klpnis Jay I. Kislak Joseph Laorans David J. Light Joseph M. Lipton Tessie Litt Sam L. Luby Benjamin Meyers A. J. Molasky Emil Morton Nathan Nash Ben Novack Max Orovitz Jack S. Popick Maurice Reviti Phil Revitz Leonard Rosen Philip Rosenberg Sam H. Rost Raymond Rubin Louis B. Rudnick Dan B. Ruskin Samuel T. Sapiro Seymour Silverman Philip E. Simon Harry Sirkin Carl Weinkle Max Weitz Jacob Rifkin Herman M. Schwartz COMMITTEE OF HOSTS— State of Israel Independence Dinner THE MESSRS. AND MESDAMES Joseph Abelow Fay Ablin Mayer Abramowitz William Agranove Joseph Applebaum Joseph L. Arkin Joseph Ash Abram Baker Nat Barth Herman Basch Meyer A. Baskin Max Bauer Herbert Baum.gard Minnie Bawer Samuel Beckerman Israel Bellinkoff Philip Berkowitz B. I. Binder Jerry Blank Andrew Blass Ben Blum Lewis E. Bower Shepard Broad Michael Bronstein Jonas J. Brotman Austin Burke Jack Carner Hyman Chabner Joseph Cohen Norman Cohen Morris Cooper Irving Cypen Sam F. Danels Nathan Darsky Max Deakter Louis DeCoveny Clara Denner Morris Dobschultz Isaac Donen Sam Dorfman Isadore Drell James Dworkin Leon Ell Ben Essen Morris Falk Herman Feldman Betty P. Feuer Max Fialkoff Henrietta Fine Joseph H. Fine Ezra Finegold William Fisher Sol Frankel Stanley Frehling Mayshle Friedberg Benjamin Friedman Meyer Friedman Fannie C. Frommer Harry Galperin Maurice Cans Sydney Gans AnnGarfinkel Leo Gelvan Harry Genet Morris Gettleman Ben GiH*r Benne Gittleman Harry Glasser Louis Glasser Jaime Goldemberg Frank Goldman Elizabeth Goodman Esther Goodman Lillian Goodman Paul R. Gordon Joseph E. Grosber.i Albert H. Grossman Louis R. Grossman Pauline Grundwerg Trudy Hamerschlag A.J.Harris Harry Harris Max Hecht Sam J. Heiman George Goldberg Samuel Graubart Abraham Grunhut Chuck Hall Sam J. Halperin Simon A. Herman Henry Hersch Frank Hershey Harry Herskowitz Louis Hirsch Morris Hirsch George Holtsberg Edward Horowitz Fred Jonas Manuel Joseloff Joseph Joselson Benjamin Kane Howard Kane Samuel K.nn Bernard K.tz Jack K.rzm.n William Kline Alexander Kogan Max Kolker Harry Koretiky Murry Koretsky Sanford Kramer Joseph Krefetz Inez Krensky Leon Kronish Samuel Kulok Eugene Labovitz Sam Lachrnan Sidney Lefkowitz Dav.d Lehrf.eld Irv.ng Lehrman Sam C. Levenson Benjamin Levine David Levinson Isidore Levy J. Gerald Lewis Isidore Liebhober Max A. Lipsch.tz Samuel Lipton Milton Lubarr Oscar Mamber Nathan Manilow Joseph Mansbach Dave Margulies Ben Markowitz Samuel Marlin Lo Ul s Merwitzer Baron de Hirsch Meyer Morris Miretxky Morry B. Morris Louis Moscowitz Stanley C. Myers Rose Newman Selma Ontt E. Albert Pallet Harry Platoff Lou Poller Sam Pollock David Ponve David Provus Aron Prowisor Jacob Rabinowitz Joseph E. Rackovsky Joseph Rambam Philip Randman Sam Reinhard Hyland Rif*s Benjamin Rimer Leo Robinson Joseph Rose Max Rosen Julius Rosenstein Sam D. Ruby Abraham Rubin Harry I. Rubin Seymour Rubin Joseph Sacks Solomon Sandier Marcus O. Sarokin Solomon Schiff Sam Schiffman Victor Schonwetter Sol Schwartz Joshua Se.gal Louis Seitlin Max Shapiro Norman Shapiro Benjamin Sharps Murray A. Shaw Jacob Sher Fred Sbochet Jacob Shulkin Samuel Sidelman Harry Silver William Silverstein Harry Simonhoff Sam Simonhoff William D. Singer Milton Sirkin Ben Smerling Louts F. Snetman LeonardTJ. Solomon Fred Somerstein Charles 5ommtr Nathaniel Soroff Nathan Spiegelman Joseph F. Stein Philip Stein Lewis Sternshein Israel Teitch Philip Thau Harold Thurman Sadie Trosky Isaac Unterman Abraham I. Uslander Nat Waldman Alfred Waxman Julian We inkle H. Franklin Williams Manuel Yavelow Morris Young Mandle Zaban Maurice Zaretsky Elizabeth Zentler Samuel Zitner Joseph Zoldan Matthew Zuckerman



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rage 2-B +Jewi$ti Hcrkllair Friday. April 17, 1964 Memorials At Adath Yeshurun Left to right are Mrs. Susan Feller, president; Mrs. Barnett Beckerman, Youth Aliyah chairMrs. Ida Altschuler. Ima: Mesdames Bessie man; Mrs. Anne Melnick-. program chairman. Spen and Elizabeth Zentler Diamond Imas; Not shown is Mrs. Jacob Entine. Ima. 'Diamond Imas 1 Honored at Szold Hadassah Lunch Henrietta Szold Group of Hadash honored its two "Diamond [mas," Mesdames Bessie Spen and Elizabeth Zentler. at a specceremony during a Youth Aliyah luncheon March 23 at the -. %  rs Hotel An "Ima" is a Mother in Israel who contributes $600 for the %  intenance of a child for one year and receives an Ima disc rccogniton of her gift A "Diamond Ima" has complet\x total contribution of S6.000 • ten years or less, and has a amond added to the disc. Presentation was made b> RabMax A Lipschitz. of Beth Torah Congregation, who was _;iest speaker. Mrs. Jacob Entine was honored absentia as an "Ima" for the New and delicious! eighth time and Mrs. Ida Alt shuler as a new "Ima Other contributors received certificate? in a ceremony conducted In Mrs Barnett Beckerman. Youth Aliyas chairman of the day. assisted by Mrs. Susan Feller, president, and Mrs. Anne Melnick. program chairman. A musical program followed, featuring vocalists Joyce Farber and Victor Marchesi. with Olga Bibor Stern at the piano. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. spiritual leader of Temple Adath yeshurun, dedicated 48 memorials at recent serviceParticipating uith their families in the dedication were the lolloping who donated the memorials: Mrs. Blanche Rosenberg and her children. Dr. Donald Ro.-enberg and Mr<. Harr> Taubin. a newmemorial plaque for the sanction; Mr and Mr> Lewis Goodman, velvet curtain for the ark; Joseph Goldberg, a double windown; Mr. and Mrs. William Platt. a Torah cradle; ar.d Mr. and Mrs Charles Smook and Mrs. Bessie Birnbaum. single window. Tli• Bt-lll, M. I. Mr* %  Mm .-. %  Id ,.. \ %  Un Irviiut %  .. v %  > Mr, %  -• I' :-, Ml Mrs. I*m< %  Mi. Litmai M 1 % %  r, 1T ):••!•. 1 1 Kosjoff, M r 1 K--:Mr* llhtncli. K...[....;-. I, I • 1 .till I: .-. Tii" i-_. Urn. Hrve\ Ti h n. Mm rl i>hi n, Mr* v %  \y. n-r. Mr* Minna Kaufunu Ur ph Mlti hell, MrII.-, 1.. • Th, follow Ina ilc ;i. ,ti .1 n the Dolden Book ..f Ufa Mi v %  Kurt Brl z. Harlent and I;.. K 1 • Mi and Mr* K l|in*l Mrr. I, MantTOli*, \r • 1 1 Kd In > ', *%  tz. Mi U < '1 I Mi' %  1 Mr* 1 • T.-U li. Mr und \| r .' 1 • .>. .1 c;. lb. Thi 1 %  '."" •:.-,. all • I KMSo iW. i-. Mr • n. M • -I Mr* < 'hai l< Sm.Htk Ml* I Ki*l ltd Ml I. up;. PTA Get-Together Mrs. Robert Frank, presidi | the PTA of Temple Emanu F.I. announces its annual sprinc get ti gether on Wednesday evening at the Temple's North Branch school building. A family dinner will l i served at fi p.m., followed by el< ti, n of otlicers for the comin; year Id WtlMO KOSHfl 'tSTIAMI -* l UNO KOSHER Menorah Ladies Donor Luncheon Temple Menorah Sisterhood will hold it.annual donor luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Wednesday noon. Carole Donn. soprano, will offer a program cf songs for the some 200 women expected to attend. Mrs Herbert Kaplan, vice president in charge of programming. will direct the presentation of ,:u.ir with SisUrliood members. Mrs. William Carmel. Mrs. Joseph Feldman and MrMargaret Blistein assisting. Mrs Jack Segal is donor credit chairman. Mrs. Sam Belsky is s.sterhood president, and Mrs. Lawrence Weston is chairman of the affair SLICED PASTRAMI TETLEY TEA ft • CORNED BEEF • FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOLOGNA WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BIANCH 21 SI N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes, there's Yom To* spirit hi this fine tea.. ."flavor crushed" fc fullest strength and sum* Uiion ... richer uste nd pleas> •*• with rour f| e „hjj, and ailchigs tod beter BCJ seireshment... Make meat loaf tastier with Kasha! HSflfc KASH FREE KASHA COOKBOOK TO rec P?s and menu ideas for modern me *'* SEftvrt and enterta nin S w 'th Kasha. Address request "' t0 iylli Wolff, Penn Van. New York MAN, THArS A DtSHl What Margarine should Jewish Families use? Mar-Pan-, of course! Because Mar-Panis the delicious, kosher, pareve Margarine—made from pure highlv-unsaturated corn oil and other vegetable oils with Vitamins A and D added for good health and good eating. Contains no milk or animal fat. Recommended in diets where milk is restricted. A wonderful, delightful table spread and cooking help seasoning, frying, baking. The perfect Margarine for every Jewish home! m • iv^ MAR-PARv MARGARINE I I I I • I I I KOSHER PAREVE (ft KOSHER and PAREVE Another fine product of The Miami Margarine Company, Cincinnati, Ohio lfyouknew...reallyknew... all the benefits of this beverage, you'd never go a day without it. Ask for it by name. y i it's called...milk DAIRY COSJNCn. Of SOOTH FLORIDA .964



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Tnafk>ridkm Page 5-A Mifr i /f//i 5ays //ate /tooif Destroyed Main theme is "Your Gift Makes the Difference," campaign slogan of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal, and the setting for the display of the work of CJA and its agencies, both in the Greater Miami community and overseas, is the window of Burdine's Department Store in downtown Miami. Through the generosity of leading mercantile establishments, such as Burdine's, the work of Combined Jewish Appeal and its needs for 1964 are graphically ilustrated to a multitude of people who may themselves benefit from the services provided by CJA and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Cedars Will Cite Two Top Leaders Two Miiami civic leaders who have given "direction and inspiration to a host of welfare services" will be cited at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital President's Ball on Sun.lav. Apr. 26. "Volunteer of Valor" awards will be presented at the annual banquet to E. Albert Pallot and Stanley C. Myers. The ceremonies will take place ;n the Starlite Room of the Dorai Beach Hotel before an estimated .-itidience of some 400 persons. Myers it chairman of the board of Cedars, and Pallot was chairman of the development fund which conducted the drive for construction of the $5 million non-sectarian community hospital. Myers was a guiding force in or-.inizing the administrative struc 'ure of the hospital, and helped •n select Dade's top business and rofessipnal men to (he Board of Trustees. '.'ullot is president of Biscayne Kedecal Saving* and Loan Assolatiog and former Assistant Atrite) (join nil of the State of la, He is a past president of istricl Grand Lodge %  ">. B'nai .in and governor