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Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 37 — Number 17 Miami. Florida, Friday. April 24. 1964 Three Sections — Price 20c Cardinal Bea Insists Time Was Only Factor In Jewish Chapter Delay ROME — (JTA) — Augustin noted, had taken far more time Cardinal Bea. head of the Vatithan had been foreseen by those can's Secretariat lor the Promowho had wanted to accomplish tion c: Christian Unity, flatly dcexamination of the entire schema, nied this week that consideration The Jes(|it ofgan quotcs Car(ll ol the question of Catholic-Jewpa Bpa as uxp| essing tne be | il>f ish relaUons and freedom of re|ha( he ddav had becn sa | ula ,. y %  ligion by the Ecumenical Council g|nM jt had doubt i ess i v furthered hd been deferred for any olher ( ., u| iljcali „ n lt was better, he reasoi than lack of time. said 0 avoid he impression ol The uthcoming issue of Civilta a hurried and insufficiently maCattolica, authoritative organ of Hire discussion and vote, the Jesuit Order, will publish an PRESIDE* i JOHNSON warm congratulations LBJ Hails Israel Anniversary; Greets Shazar WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Presthat "I take pleasure in extending idiia joiinson, in a 16th anniverto Your Excellency and to the peo sary message, congratulated Israel pie of Israel warm congratulations this week on its "notable achieveon the 16lh anniversary of the Inments." He told President Shazar dependence pf Israel. "I also join the people of the [extensive interview with Cardinal Bea <: -cussing the Council's work on the schema on ecumenism, in Iwhich hese two chapters figured [in tht interview, the Cardinal is (asked hat were the motives for (delaying detailed examination of [ChapU. Four (on the Jews) and IChaptt: Five (on religious freeIdem %  or, at least, a vote in principle ( iring the last session of |ihe Ecumenical Council. "Moth was fancied about the presumed maneuvers, pressures and underhand dealings in this respect," the Cardinal said in reply. "Even admitting that many were puzzled by those two chapters, the reasons for the development, were not those whispered and bandied about. The facts were as follows: it was acknowledged that an en bloc vote on all five chapters risked creating much perplexity among the Council Fathers and much diffic.lty in interpreting the eventual results." In response to another question. Cardinal Bea discounted apprehensions that the chapter on the Jews would have unfavorable consequences in the Arab states. He recalled the statement issued by the Arab representatives at the United Nations last July in which, he said, the Arab countries and the Christians living in them "are not only rot opposed to the Council decree treating of the purely religious aspects of Judaism—excluding Zionism and any nationalist and political aspect—but Continued on Page 8-A JOINT COMMUNIQUE ISSUED Hussein Told U.S. Policy Seeks Peace for Mid-East WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Presconcluded their talks and Jordan's ident Johnson told Jordan's King ruler was preparing to carry his Hussein that America's Middle campaign for recognition of the East policy remains devoted to Arab. anti-Israeli viewpoint to New peace throughout the Mid le East. York and the United Nations, •lhat was the nub of a joint comWm> ^ i|U commumqiu munique issued by the President madc no specitic referonce t0 and by King Hussein, as the two Arab ., sraelj differences, it was known that those issues took up Humphrey Urges Americans To Speak Up for Civil Rights BUI MAJOR RESOLUTIONS PASSED PAGE 6-A most of the time in talks between the President and King Hussein. United States in expressing our gratification that the first year of your Presidency has been marked in every field of national endeavor by a further growth of Israel's notable achievements over the pa>t decade and a half.'' Meanwhile, in Beersheba, Israel, capital of the Negev, Israel's southern desert, the nation's elit* assembled this week to celebrate the 16th anniversary of Israel's hari-fought achievement of its independence and to serve notice on its hostile neighbors that Israel was prepared today, as always, to preserve that independence. President Shazar key noted the occasion in an address to the people of Israel. The country's The communique stated only Ihat two goals, he said, were peace and Senate Majority Whip Hubert the Carillon Hotel here. Sen. Hum Cardinal Bea pointed out to the Humphrey Minnesota Demophrev said the I m.edStates should integer that the subject, treat cr.t. Saturday fiff**j^-tauJJ— Jj-g £*ta£T IT SSSS: -men tha, the new law would of an,Se„,,,,sm' ,n the Sovie, ship, were nevertheless too disfaU short of its goatauntess AmerUnion. similar to admit en bloc voting, lean* "speak up for those who are He said it seemed preferable to victims of inoignity and humiliadefer discussion ol Chapters Four ,,on and Five until after discussion of I In an address prepared lor dethe fir-t three chapters had been livery at the American Jewish concluded. That discussion, he I Congress biennial convention in the discussions concerned "matters of mutual interest and concern." The communique stated: "The Presidert presented the views of the United States on various wcrlc 1 problems, including those of the Middle East. Continued on Page 11-A immigration but, he warned. Is reel had to remain alert to "thwart the evil designs of those who would e'estroy us." He sounded an optimistic note by pointing out that "though many political ordeals await us. though hatred of us is still thundered b> Continued on Page 12-A JWB Announces Elects Mrs. Heller Budget; He added, however, that "we will be in a much better position to condemn assaults on human dignity and freedom abroad when we have put our own house in order, when we have made our Constitutional guarantees living realities for all our citizens." Agency Denied Permission To Inspect Atomic Plant The Minnesota Democrat, who is JERUSALEM — (J/TA) — InInternational lormed circles indicated here toAgency, day that Israel w ill not accept the I'niteJ States demand for inter national inspection of the Nebi Atomic Energy leading the floor fight for Senate RuWn afomjc reac or wWcn w „ enactment of the civil rights bill. buj „ w|tn he ncIp of tne US A said the measure would provide i„ Q ~i •the legal framework for an at %  !" de clear tnat Israel BOSTON — (JTA) — Budgets of the bienni totaling Sl.591.500 for 1965 and National Je J1.651,5'iO for ld66 were adopted here Sunday at the closing session Prexy ma, convention of the |2^JH^^ TJltA^ASSt .wish Welfare Board ^voting. *£*£**j* and ,izens have been subject*C2L*SX2*Utween Israel and the United Mr. Humphrey said the welfare ^^ n]wh was s|g(k (| m ,.,-,,, was the establishment of a Soloed." mon Merit Fellowship to help alleviate the critical shortage of social work personnel in Jewish can ten in YMIIAs throughout the country. The fellowship, which was established by 65 friends in henor of the retiring president of the NJWB. will be awarded annually for study in the lield of social work. In *n address at the closing •es'ion, Sanford Solender, executive vice president of the JWB, said that the principle function of Jewish centers and Y's was irepn Otiin>. "in^'i nit-' -• %  % %  ** %  %  • Of 3.000.000 Jews m the USSR ^ £ ^ pxpjro nex JuIy Continued on Page 3-A But Israel objects to inspection by the It was stressed here that no Arab state has accepted the principle of international inspection, as Israel has done. On the other hand, the IAEA's regional headquarters are located in Cairo, to which, of course, Israel has no access. Furthermore, it was pointed out, Israel is not on the IAEA's Board of Directors, which preludes representatives of Egypt, Iraq. Morocco and Tunisia. Thus, it was noted Continued on Page 15-A Argentine Gov't. Reduces Bias Fears BUENOS AIRES (JTA) Re this week. "The DA1A. he stat formation in the hands ol the cent events in Argentina have ed. "has found a firm and very Jewish organization, showing that shown that the situation of the positive attitude in high Govern Triki had aimed at forming Nazi-type drive intended to weak.n the positon of the Jews in this Jews in this country is serious but ment circles." he said, it could have been much more %  rave if the Government had not Dr Goidcnberg discussed also ccuntry. However, said Dr. Gold acted firmlv against advocates, the activities of Hussein-Tnki. er-.berg, Triki has overplayed his to help the Jew exper.enee bepractionors 0 f anti-Semitism.' Argentine representative of the hand, so that he has even been Dr Isaac Goidenberg. president Arab League. The offensive start %  disavowed by the Egyptian Em ing a Jew as a vital living matter, and to provide an opportun'^ )A1A cen ra| bodv of or .'. cd by Triki' recently against thelbassy here, with which he had MRS. FtOftENCf HHtfff new president ity "for Jews of all ages to Continued on Page 16-A iganized Argentine Jewry, told the Jews here, said the DAIA leader. I Jew ish Telegraphic Agency here must he viewed in the light of inContinued on Page 11-A


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(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 37 Number 17
Miami. Florida, Friday, April 24, 1964
Three Sections Price 20c
m Cardinal Bea Insists
Time Was Only Factor
In Jewish Chapter Delay
ROME (JTA) Augustin noted, had taken far more time
Cardir. 1 Bea. head of the Vati- than had been foreseen by those
can's secretariat lor the Promo- who had wanted to accomplish
tion (:' Christian Unity, flatly dc- examination of the entire schema,
nicd tfcis week that consideration
ol th question of Catholic-Jew-
ish rt ations and freedom of re-
ligion jy the Ecumenical Council
had been deferred for any other
reasoi ;han lack of time.
The Jesuit organ quotes Cardi-
nal Bea as expressing the belief
that the delay had been salutary
since it had doubtlessly furthered
clarification. It was better, lie
said, to avoid the impression of
a hurried and insufficiently ma-
The trthcoming issue of Civllta
ICattolica, authoritative organ of tore discussion and vote.
LBJ Hails Israel
Anniversary;
Greets Shazar
WASHINGTON (JTA) Pres- that "I take pleasure in extending
ideut juiinson, in a 16th anniver- to Your Excellency and to the poo
snry message, congratulated Israel | pie of Israel warm congratulations
this week on its "notable achieve- on the 16th anniversary of the In-
ments." He told President Shazar dependence pf Israel.
"I also join the people of the
PRES/DfNi JOHNSON
norm congratulations
the Jesuit Order, will publish an
[extensive interview with Cardinal
IBet ii cussing the Council's work
Inn the schema on ecumenism, in
|v. hich -hese two chapters figured,
the interview, the Cardinal is
|a>ked .hat were the motives for
delay:-j detailed examination of
ChapU. Four (on the Jews) and
Chapter Five (on religious free-
dom' or, at least, a vote in prin-
ciple I iring the last session of
he Ei..menical Council.
"Much was fancied about the
presumed maneuvers, pressures
and underhand dealings in this
respect," the Cardinal said in
reply. "Even admitting that
many were puxiled by those two
chapters, the reasons for the de-
| velopment, were not those whis-
pered and bandied about. The
facts were as follows: it was
acknowledged that an en bloc
vote on all five chapters risked
creating much perplexity among
the Council Fathers and much
difficlty in interpreting the
eventual results."
In response to another ques-
tion. Cardinal Bea discounted
apprehensions that the chapter
on the Jews would have unfav-
orable consequences in the Arab
states. He recalled the state-
ment issued by the Arab repre-
sentatives at the United Nations
last July in which, he said, the
Arab countries and the Chris-
tians living in them "are not
only rot opposed to the Council
decree treating of the purely re-
ligious aspects of Judaismex-
cluding Zionism and any nation-
alist and political aspectbut
Continued on Page 8-A
IQINT COMMUNIQUE ISSUID
Hussein Told U.S. Policy
Seeks Peace for Mid-East
WASHINGTON (JTA) Pres- concluded their talks and Jordan's
ident Johnson told Jordan's King ruler was preparing to carry his
Hussein that America's Middle campaign for recognition of the
East polity remains devoted to Arab. anti-Israeli viewpoint to New
peace throughout the Mid le East. York and the United Nations.
Ihat was the nub of a joint com- u.Ki1 Htm j()jnl
munique issued by the President
and by King Hussein, as the two
Humphrey Urges Americans To
Speak Up for Civil Rights BUI
MAJOR RESOLUTIONS PASSED PAGE 6 A
Senate Majority Whip Hubert tlie Carillon Hotel here. Sen. Hum-
Cardinal Bea pointed out to the B- Humphrey, Minnesota Demo- phrey said the United States should
interviewer that the subjects treat- crat- on Saturday predicted pass- use official channels to protest
While the joint communique
made no specific reference to
Arab-Israeli differences, it was
known that those issues took up
most of the time in talks between
the President and King Hussein.
United States in expressing our
gratification that the first year of
your Presidency has been marked
in every field of national endeavor
by a further growth of Israel's
notable achievements over the past
decade and a half."
Meanwhile, in Beersheba, Is-
rael, capital of the Negev, Is-
rael's southern desert, the na-
tion's elite assembled this week
to celebrate the 16th anniversary
of Israel's harrt-fought achieve-
ment of its independence and to
serve notice on its hostile neigh-
bors that Israel was prepared
today, as always, to preserve
that independence.
I President Shazar keynoted the
(ccasion in an address to the
| people of Israel. The country's
The communique stated only ,hat" |" als. he said, were peace and
ed in
ibjects ..
he schema on ecumenism. aS* "' "u' c'v" riuhts bill but what he termed "the rising tide
the discussions concerned "mat-
tors of mutual interest and con-
cern." The communique stated:
. "The Presirfert presented the
views of the United States on
various wcrlc1 problems, includ-
ing those of the Middle East.
Continued on Page 11-A
mmigration but. he warned. I>
rael had to remain alert to "thwart
the evil designs of those who
would destroy us."
He Bounded an optimistic note
by pointing out that "though many
political ordeals await us. though
hatred of us is still thundered b>
Continued on Page 12-A
though having an inner relation- warned that the new law would of anti-Semitism" in the Soviet
ship, were nevertheless too dis- fall short of its goals unless Amer- Union."
similar to admit en bloc voting, leans "speak up lor those who are
lit u it itemed preferable to victim, ol inugnlty and humilia-
defer discussion ol Chapters Four ,lon-
and Five until after discussion of' In an address prepared lor de-
the fir-t three chapters had been livery at the American Jewish
concluded. That discussion, he (ongress biennial convention in
JWB Announces Budget;
Elects Mrs. Heller Prexy
He added, however, that "we
will be in a much better position
to condemn assaults on human
dignity and freedom abroad
when we have put our own house
in order, when we have made
our Constitutional guarantees
living realities for all our citi-
zens."
Agency Denied Permission
To Inspect Atomic Plant
Atomic Energy
BOSTON (JTA) Budgets of the biennial convention of the
totaling Sl.591.300 for 1965 and National Jewish Welfare Board
Jl.651.5o0 for U66 were adopted
here Sunday at the closing session
JERUSALEM (JTA) In- International
tormed circles indicated here to- Agency,
day that Israel will not accept the
United States demand for inter
national inspection of the Nebi
Rubin atomic reactor which was
built with the help of the U.S.A.
It was made clear that Israel
tack on"the long delayed inequities loC;- not Ohject to *he, principle which/ of e0Urse, Israel has no
access. Furthermore, it was
pointed out, Israel is not on the
The Minnesota Democrat, who is
leading the floor fight for Senate
enactment of the civil rights bill,
taid the measure would provide
"the legal framework for an at
It was stressed here that no
Arab state has accepted the prin-
ciple of international inspection,
as Israel has done. On the other
hand, the IAEA's regional head-
quarters are located in Cairo, to
in voting, education "and jobs and of atomic energy control-but in
gists on knowing wno the control-
ler will be. Israel wants renewal
the public indignities to which our
Also announced at the session. Negro citizens have been subject
was the establishment of a Solo- ed."
ya mon Merit Fellowship to help alle- Mr Humphrey said the welfare
viate the critical shortage of soc- ,,f 3.000,000 Jews in the USSR "j
i;:l work personnel In Jewish cen-
ters in YMHAs throughout the Continued oh Page 3-A
ot the existing bilateral pact be-
tween Israel and the United
and is to expire next July. But
Israel objects to inspection by the
IAEA's Board of Directors,
which ircludes representatives
of Egypt, Iraq, Morocco ard
Tunisia. Thus, it was noted
Continued on Page 15-A
MRS. FLORENCE HftlfR
new president
country. The fellowship, which
was established by 65 friends in
hrnor of the retiring president of
the NJWB, will be awarded an-
nually for study in the lield of so-
cial work
In an address at the closing
esfion, Sanford Solender, execu-
tive vice president of the JWB,
said that the principle function
of Jewish centers and Y's was
to help the Jew experience be-
ing a Jew as a vital living mat-
ter, and to provide an opportun-
ity "for Jews of all ages to
Continued on Page 16-A
Argentine Gov't. Reduces Bias Fears
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) Re-
cent events in Argentina have
shown that the situation of the
Jews in this country is serious but
it could have been much more
grave if the Government had not
acted firmly against advocates
and practioners of anti-Semitism.
Dr. Isaac Golclcnberg, president
of the DAIA. central body of or-
ganized Argentine Jewry, told the
Jeu^h Telegraphic Agency here
this week. "The DAIA. he Mat
ed, "ha- found a firm and very
positive attitude in high Govern
ment circles." he said.
Dr. Goldenberg discussed also
the activities of Hussein-Ti iki.
Argentine representative of the
Arab League. The offensive start
ed by Triki recently against the
Jews here, said the DAIA leader,
must be viewed in the light of in-
formation in the hands ol the
Jewish organisation, showing that
Triki had aimed at forming a
Nazi-type drive intended to woak-
11 the positon of the Jews in this
CCUntry. However, said Dr. Gold
enberg, Triki has overplayed his
hand, so that he has even beer
disavowed by the Egyptian Em
bassy here, with which he had
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' I (Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 37 — Number 17 Miami. Florida, Friday, April 24, 1964 Three Sections — Price 20c m Cardinal Bea Insists Time Was Only Factor In Jewish Chapter Delay ROME — (JTA) — Augustin noted, had taken far more time Cardir. 1 Bea. head of the Vatithan had been foreseen by those can's secretariat lor the Promowho had wanted to accomplish tion (:' Christian Unity, flatly dcexamination of the entire schema, nicd tfcis week that consideration ol th question of Catholic-Jewish rt ations and freedom of religion jy the Ecumenical Council had been deferred for any other reasoi ;han lack of time. The Jesuit organ quotes Cardinal Bea as expressing the belief that the delay had been salutary since it had doubtlessly furthered clarification. It was better, lie said, to avoid the impression of a hurried and insufficiently maThe trthcoming issue of Civllta ICattolica, authoritative organ of tore discussion and vote. LBJ Hails Israel Anniversary; Greets Shazar WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Presthat "I take pleasure in extending ideut juiinson, in a 16th anniverto Your Excellency and to the poo snry message, congratulated Israel | pie of Israel warm congratulations this week on its "notable achieveon the 16th anniversary of the Inments." He told President Shazar dependence pf Israel. "I also join the people of the PRES/DfNi JOHNSON •norm congratulations the Jesuit Order, will publish an [extensive interview with Cardinal IBet ii cussing the Council's work Inn the schema on ecumenism, in |v. hich -hese two chapters figured, the interview, the Cardinal is |a>ked .hat were the motives for delay:J detailed examination of ChapU. Four (on the Jews) and Chapter Five (on religious freedom' or, at least, a vote in principle I iring the last session of he Ei..menical Council. "Much was fancied about the presumed maneuvers, pressures and underhand dealings in this respect," the Cardinal said in reply. "Even admitting that many were puxiled by those two chapters, the reasons for the de| velopment, were not those whispered and bandied about. The facts were as follows: it was acknowledged that an en bloc vote on all five chapters risked creating much perplexity among the Council Fathers and much difficlty in interpreting the eventual results." In response to another question. Cardinal Bea discounted apprehensions that the chapter on the Jews would have unfavorable consequences in the Arab states. He recalled the statement issued by the Arab representatives at the United Nations last July in which, he said, the Arab countries and the Christians living in them "are not only rot opposed to the Council decree treating of the purely religious aspects of Judaism—excluding Zionism and any nationalist and political aspect—but Continued on Page 8-A IQINT COMMUNIQUE ISSUID Hussein Told U.S. Policy Seeks Peace for Mid-East WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Presconcluded their talks and Jordan's ident Johnson told Jordan's King ruler was preparing to carry his Hussein that America's Middle campaign for recognition of the East polity remains devoted to Arab. anti-Israeli viewpoint to New peace throughout the Mid le East. York and the United Nations. Ihat was the nub of a joint comu Ki1 „ Htm j()jnl munique issued by the President and by King Hussein, as the two Humphrey Urges Americans To Speak Up for Civil Rights BUI MAJOR RESOLUTIONS PASSED PAGE 6 A Senate Majority Whip Hubert tlie Carillon Hotel here. Sen. HumCardinal Bea pointed out to the BHumphrey, Minnesota Demophrey said the United States should interviewer that the subjects treatcrat on Saturday predicted passuse official channels to protest While the joint communique made no specific reference to Arab-Israeli differences, it was known that those issues took up most of the time in talks between the President and King Hussein. United States in expressing our gratification that the first year of your Presidency has been marked in every field of national endeavor by a further growth of Israel's notable achievements over the past decade and a half." Meanwhile, in Beersheba, Israel, capital of the Negev, Israel's southern desert, the nation's elite assembled this week to celebrate the 16th anniversary of Israel's harrt-fought achievement of its independence and to serve notice on its hostile neighbors that Israel was prepared today, as always, to preserve that independence. I President Shazar keynoted the (ccasion in an address to the | people of Israel. The country's The communique stated only hat |" als. he said, were peace and ed in ibjects .. •he schema on ecumenism. a S* "' u c v riuhts bill but what he termed "the rising tide the discussions concerned "mattors of mutual interest and concern." The communique stated: "The Presirfert presented the views of the United States on various wcrlc 1 problems, including those of the Middle East. Continued on Page 11-A mmigration but. he warned. I> rael had to remain alert to "thwart the evil designs of those who would destroy us." He Bounded an optimistic note by pointing out that "though many political ordeals await us. though hatred of us is still thundered b> Continued on Page 12-A though having an inner relationwarned that the new law would of anti-Semitism" in the Soviet ship, were nevertheless too disfall short of its goals unless AmerUnion." similar to admit en bloc voting, leans "speak up lor those who are lit u • it itemed preferable to victim, ol inugnlty and humiliadefer discussion ol Chapters Four ,lon and Five until after discussion of' In an address prepared lor dethe fir-t three chapters had been livery at the American Jewish concluded. That discussion, he (ongress biennial convention in JWB Announces Budget; Elects Mrs. Heller Prexy He added, however, that "we will be in a much better position to condemn assaults on human dignity and freedom abroad when we have put our own house in order, when we have made our Constitutional guarantees living realities for all our citizens." Agency Denied Permission To Inspect Atomic Plant Atomic Energy BOSTON — (JTA) — Budgets of the biennial convention of the totaling Sl.591.300 for 1965 and National Jewish Welfare Board Jl.651.5o0 for U66 were adopted here Sunday at the closing session JERUSALEM — (JTA) — InInternational tormed circles indicated here toAgency, day that Israel will not accept the United States demand for inter national inspection of the Nebi Rubin atomic reactor which was built with the help of the U.S.A. It was made clear that Israel tack on"the long delayed inequities loC; not Ohject to *he, principle which/ of e0U rse, Israel has no access. Furthermore, it was pointed out, Israel is not on the The Minnesota Democrat, who is leading the floor fight for Senate enactment of the civil rights bill, taid the measure would provide "the legal framework for an at It was stressed here that no Arab state has accepted the principle of international inspection, as Israel has done. On the other hand, the IAEA's regional headquarters are located in Cairo, to in voting, education "and jobs and of atomic energy control-but in gists on knowing wno the controller will be. Israel wants renewal the public indignities to which our Also announced at the session. Negro citizens have been subject was the establishment of a Soloed." %  ya mon Merit Fellowship to help alleMr Humphrey said the welfare viate the critical shortage of soc,, f 3.000,000 Jews in the USSR !" j i;:l work personnel In Jewish centers in YMHAs throughout the Continued oh Page 3-A ot the existing bilateral pact between Israel and the United and is to expire next July. But Israel objects to inspection by the IAEA's Board of Directors, which ircludes representatives of Egypt, Iraq, Morocco ard Tunisia. Thus, it was noted Continued on Page 15-A MRS. FLORENCE HftlfR new president country. The fellowship, which was established by 65 friends in hrnor of the retiring president of the NJWB, will be awarded annually for study in the lield of social work In an address at the closing • esfion, Sanford Solender, executive vice president of the JWB, said that the principle function of Jewish centers and Y's was to help the Jew experience being a Jew as a vital living matter, and to provide an opportunity "for Jews of all ages to Continued on Page 16-A Argentine Gov't. Reduces Bias Fears BUENOS AIRES — (JTA) Recent events in Argentina have shown that the situation of the Jews in this country is serious but it could have been much more grave if the Government had not acted firmly against advocates and practioners of anti-Semitism. Dr. Isaac Golclcnberg, president of the DAIA. central body of organized Argentine Jewry, told the Jeu^h Telegraphic Agency here this week. "The DAIA. he Mat ed, "hafound a firm and very positive attitude in high Govern ment circles." he said. Dr. Goldenberg discussed also the activities of Hussein-Ti iki. Argentine representative of the Arab League. The offensive start ed by Triki recently against the Jews here, said the DAIA leader, must be viewed in the light of information in the hands ol the Jewish organisation, showing that Triki had aimed at forming a Nazi-type drive intended to woak11 the positon of the Jews in this CCUntry. However, said Dr. Gold enberg, Triki has overplayed his hand, so that he has even beer disavowed by the Egyptian Em bassy here, with which he had Continued on Page 11 -A



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Friday, April 24. 1964 ***/#> nrrSfiicnn Page 5-A Stanley, Martha, Son Kenneth and Daughter Judith PUBLIC SERVICE A FAMILY TRADITION The Myers family has been active in community and public service in Dade County for over 40 years. Ken is continuing the family tradition. KENNETH M. MYERS Native-born Miamian, age 31. Graduate: Miami Senior High; AB Degree, University of North Carolina, Phi Beta Kappa; LL.B., University of Florida Law School. Member: American, Florida and Dade County Bar Associations; Junior Bar Section, Dade County practicing law in Dade County for 6 years. Active in Community and Public Service: Special Attorney to Dade Delegation of the Florida Legislature, 1963 Session Director and Past Secretary, Dade County Association for Child Guidance Clinics Director of Legislative Committee, Florida Association for Mental Health Chairman, Professional Division, Flagler Area 1963 United Fund Campaign Member, Miami-Dade County Chamber of Commerce Chairman of Public Affairs Committee, Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce Member, Board of Trustees, City of Miami Employee's Retirement System Board of Governors, Greater Miami Jewish Federation Bar; %  s • Elect KENNETH M. MYERS dedicated to the growth and progress of Dade County's economy and to the welfare of its people. STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP 5 COUNTY-WIDE VOTE t MAY 5th Recommended by the Miami Herald, and the Miami News Paid Political Adv.



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•age 6-A \kMfhridH^r Friday. April 24. 1954 AJCong. Confab in Major Resolutions; Rabbi Prinz Reelected Nat! President 1 2 1 c I 1 V c c s V L f, c T D B C J c 1! R C B I w H 11 Al U M M H O F L. W 5fl Al L< PI By ISABEL GROVE Staff Writer The American Jeu.sn Congress. it* closing biennial convention •--ion. called on visiting King lus.-ein o! Jordan to seek coop ration with Israe 1 rather than iin in "conspiracy" against her. In a resolution, the organization -id that King Hussein, who last tok urged American Jews to revamine their attitude toward Zionism, would fail to -undermine" Y' Plans 13th Annual Dinner Stanley Spieler has been ap ointed chairman of the 13th an ual dinner dance of the YM" WIIA ol Greater Miami, which ill take place Sunday evening. > 3. at the Kings Bay Yacht 1 ntry Club, it was an need bj A Budd Cutler, presifunction ill feature the in lion 01 the officers and board :-embers of both the central ag-< • and it< branches. a vice president oi the Y. serves as nonorarj denl ol the Miami Branch. : imembers oi the Planning Committee for tinevent are: Dr. Jack Amazon. Mrs. Clayton %  :i Mrs. Seymour Cielber. Mrs. muel Gordon. Mr. and Mrs Jarp.c pco's and prlva'e ocean beoch Bring the IUM FOR TKt I TIME -e infodi.ee A DAY CAMP FOR THE KIDS. Co--!* Of *jperv;sH OCtivi. • ei a in & crefn. dancing, dramatic hiking, field trip*. coke parties and much more to keep them buiy and hoppy. No worries for you — fun for them! FOR INFORMATION. CALL CABANA MGR. JE 2-3311 Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual ,„ Temple Beth Sholom. national vice president, and Jerome Bornstem. Jack D Gordon. MrSylvia Kaplan. Mrs Anne Kramer and Bernard Handler, members M the National Govern ing Council. The American Jewish Congress urged fiat Arab governments a crpi offers by Israel to WOI* together "to achieve peace and en hancc human dignity for all the peopleol the Middle East. On civil rights and civil liberties. the American Jewish CongreUrged prompt enactment of' the Federal Civil Rights Bill ••as an inescapable obligation to enforce the Constitutional guaran tee ol equalitj Called for quickening tnc pace ol school deaegregation •handin-hand with improving the quality oi education in our schools Asked for the elimination ol loyaltj oaths, wiretapping postal censorship and the use ol evidenee from unnamed accusers In a series of resolutions on church-i.tc issues, the .Jewish group Charged th;it current effort to amend the IS ConstiM tion to allow religious practices in the public schoolwere 8 "threat to religious freedom and separation oi church and -late. Voiced "Strong opposition to Federal aid to parochial school. Said "shared-time" propoj als under which student chial schools would taki courses in public -i hoi •highly undesirable On international affairs, the American Jewish Congn Called on all al (1to stop the spread ol weapons "to other natioi nations of nations Criticized We-: Ge fa Wag to take "effectivi -tep.' to halt participation 01 Germu nationals in the Arab armbuild. up. Pledged 'unce;i-i, effort to alert public attentiot -: the urgent plight of Soviet Jewry." Confirmation Group to Meet The confirmation group of Beth odesh Congregation will meet -. ith Rabbi .Max Shapiro on Sun%  ay at 10 a.m. Ytmr Trust In >knu*y; But Put IfonrlMoncy In Trust" ...OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES Wise words indeed .. and the wisest time to look to the future is NOW. Our experienced trust officers will be happy to meet with you and your attorney on all estate-planning matters. Mercantile's Trust Department can show you how best to provide for your loved ones and give them the gift of lifelong security. J0S£PH WEINTSAUB -1%  P : % %  1 ROBEftt PENTIANO Jr. • :• 1 1 • fci 3 LOUIS C ADEISON C 1 1 ':. iOf| C:-t S. I. SEITZEALV.N CASiEl ALEXANDER 5 GOftOOl H ".ATHAN SO' HS MfYE .-I.r S'DNESAfv IA SCHWABT: >. in m '••% t n :.%  • • i ..rtli r ,\ ;. iCunr 'I < JACOB SHtR %  tatt J BEKNAUD SPtCIOrt foroter30)


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Page 8-A fjmlstifkridlar Friday. April 24 1964 By: EDWARD COHEN U of M Looks to Us for a Helping Hand The revolution^B| I in-process on the %  k -< %  V I" n iv c r s i I ) J^ I of Miami campus IA mil |s in "'""' '''"' |^ m the of Dr. Werner A Baum. who has been vice president for academic affairs and dean of the faculties >ince last August. With bulldozers tearing up the campus in a race to create new buildings to meet the Space Age •challenge."' the 31-year-old relfrOBI Hitkr's Germany admits that the building program looks a good deal more spec,ir than anything else, but :h..t's only on the surface. Changing Goals The care—the very heart—of any institution of learning is instructional and research development. With the rapid growth of the Junior Colleges, the university must stand for something really significant and better to justify its existence and higher cost. DR. WERNER BAUM home fires •At one time, there were some 20 universities in this country which traditionally met the need Keren Ami Picks New Officers Election of officers of the interschool Keren Ami Council of the Bureau of Jewish Education was held Sunday at the Bureau building. Officers elected were Jay Casselhoff. of Temple Israel, presi dent; Harman Brody. of FlaglerGranada. and Becky Hoodwin. of Beth David Congregation, secretaries; and Scott Moore, of Beth Torah, treasurer. Th inter-school Keron Ami Council brings together student delegates of all Jewish schools to disccss the various agencies requesting contributions from scttool funds, to study the functions of these agencies, and to offer guidance to school Keren Ami Councils for distribution of their school funds. Louis Schwartzman, Bureau executive, is Council advisor. The Council went on record recommending that a minimum of Mi percent of all school funds should be pledged to the local Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. The Council also recommended continued contributions to the Jewish National Fund. Youth Aliyah. Histadrut Ivrit, American Association for Jewish Education. L'nited Fund and other national synagogue, educational and health agencies. Only Time Put Off Jewish Talk Continued from Page 1-A would even greet it with satiofaction." The Cardinal said that document showed that the Arabs "are well aware of the deep links between Islam and the Jewish religion." He said there could be no doubt that the Council's document on the Jews "treats exclusively of the religious aspect of JewishChristian relations and abstains absolutely from touching any political or national questions." tor graduate education, loday. ^ e must have 50 to 100 such universities to keep pace with the Changing nature ol higher education in the United StateII is our intention to structure that kind of university here in Miami." Dr. Baum. the 1901 Gold Medalist of the Florida Academy of Science*. is a meteorologist, and his election to head up the academic area of the university's new SiS million master plan leaves no doubt where the emphasis will be. As a scientist—hi> official biography is studded with outstanding accomplishments in the field—he is frank in slating that .Miami cannot be a university of consequence without a strung science program. The demand in this area of education is the largest ol all. "But a scientific program is far from sufficient to make a good university. We are at a juncture where we are able to move into the ranks of first-rate institutions in the l'nited States, and we have every intention of having a well-rounded university. Our School of Music and Law School are presently first rate; there is room for improvement in the arts." Referring to the current controversy in intellectual circles over the relationship of the sciences and the humanities. Dr. Baum makes it plain that he considers his present role—and his prior post at Florida State Universify—as that of an "academician, not a scient'st. "My own feeling is that both the sciences and the humanities are of equal importance even though, in our modern thinking. Fight Porkchop Rule! Elect BOB HAYERFIELD STATE SENATOR 1M. Pol. AdV. RE-ELECT MURRAY H. STATE RfPtfSfNTATIVE, Creea • Dade Needs DUBBIN'S Experienced Leadership science seems to have become dominant But without understanding why we are and what we are. science Is empty. If the univerities are not the places lV here we van work together, ivhcre in society can this be A Close look n i s no secret that faculty circles at the Coral Gables school, once derisivelj known as "Suntan l." have been stirred since the advent of Dr. Baum Some ol n stems from the fact that he is "taking a close look at things that don't belong, w.Tii ; i MOW to eliminating those which do not fit into the master plan We are certainly not in a position no to divert our resources The Baum family left German) in 1933 and settled in Chicago He received all his degrees— B.A., M.S., PhD—at the University ol Chicago and taught there and at the University of Maryland before coining to FSU in 1949 to head up the Meteorology Department. He served as dean HI tingraduate school and. for three year-, adean ol faculties, before accepting the post at the University ol Miami Some fiscal Comment lie has been a government consultant on many important projects, particularly m the Russian area, and is the author of the definitive Russian-English Dictionary of Meteorological Terms and Expressions. Married to the former Shirley Bowman, Dr. Baum leaver most of the social activities |, ls wife. She was president f th e Sisterhood in the synagi ie m Tallahassee and has bet ne ac-' five in Temple Beth Am, A here the couple's two daughti .l an ice Michelle and Sandra ,>| Jn attend religious school. At present, he has ne the time nor the desire to anything in his new hometi n but concentrate on the Univi Miami's academic mas!p|a D He is not unaware, hov r. of the concentration here hind. raisers lor universities lilt dels and Yeshiva Ui Tsity, Money raising is not h rule, but he couldn't den) hiir | this observation. While competition i-lpful lor the total needs of v ,t:,i n 1 hope our local pet will recognize that within il work the I'niversitv (if v fers the most promise the future ol higher educate area. We now have thi sary support for a first i laclilt) and physical facilitl We are at the juncture ol I to this goal, and 1 hope I %  community will help us mothe right road." In effect Dr. Baum • Athe I'niversitv of Miami -o .Mies Miami itself. I-. also help keep the homefln turning FUNER UNVEILING The uwvfitoii %  s • %  Hit "u mitrv ('':•.( MRS. MARY FEINE 5 i.-.ll to*;* r Sunday, April 26th l:JOf i ..Mi \ be C I'.ihhi Irvm; Lehrma f 'I saved money three different ways with my First Federal mortgage." So can you. Just consider these money-saving advantages: First you can make important savings during the entire life of youf mortgage through FIRST FKDKHAI.'S low interest rates of o.'z.S'i'.andV ,. Second you save on the low dosing cost. 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Friday. April 24, 1964 *Jfenfeft ftoridttatfj Page 9-A. TEMPLE ZAMORA 1959 MR. AND MRS. HARRY HARRIS "For," said Mr. and Mrs. Harris, "in our desire to help our Temple and our people, we sought out the way in which to share in the redemption of the soil of Israel and strengthen our beloved Temple Zamora by presenting them with this new Sefer Torah. We urge all of our people, whenever possible to participate in Israel's redemption through the Jewish National Fund." Hi: ana

Page 8-A
9-Je*lstncrldtori
Friday. April 24 1964
By: EDWARD COHEN
U of M Looks to Us for a Helping Hand
The revolution-
in-process on the
University
of Miami campus
is in good part
the responsibility
of Dr. Werner A. Baum, who has
been vice president for acad-
emic affairs and dean of the fac-
ulties since last August.
With bulldozers tearing up the
campus in a race to create new
buildings to meet the Space Age
challenge.'' the 31-year-old ref-
uge from Hitler's Germany ad-
mits that the building program
looks a good deal more spec-
tacular than anything else, but
that's only on the surface.
Changing Goals
The carethe very heartof
any institution of learning is in-
structional and research develop-
ment. With the rapid growth
of the Junior Colleges, the uni-
versity must stand for something
really significant and better to
justify its existence and higher
cost.
DR. WERNER BAUM
home fires
At one time, there were some
20 universities in this country
which traditionally met the need
Keren Ami Picks New Officers
Election of officers of the inter-
school Keren Ami Council of the
Bureau of Jewish Education was
held Sunday at the Bureau build-
ing.
Officers elected were Jay Cas-
selboff, of Temple Israel, presi
dent; Harman Brody. of Flagler-
Granada, and Becky Hoodwin, of
Beth David Congregation, secre-
taries; and Scott Moore, of Beth
Torah, treasurer.
The inter-school Keren Ami
Council brings together student
delegates of all Jewish schools
to discuss the various agencies
requesting contributions from
school funds, to study the func-
tions of these agencies, and to
offer guidance to school Keren
Ami Councils for distribution of
their school funds. touis
Schwartzman, Bureau executive,
is Council advisor.
The Council went on record
recommending that a minimum of
5li percent of all school funds
should be pledged to the local
Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign. The Council also recom-,
mended continued contributions toj
the Jewish National Fund. Youth
', Aliyah. Histadrut Ivrit. American
I Association for Jewish Education.
United Fund and other national
synagogue, educational and health |
: agencies.
Only Time Put
Off Jewish Talk
Continued from Page 1-A
i would even greet it with sati*.
faction."
The Cardinal said that document
showed that the Arabs "are well
aware of the deep links between
Islam and the Jewish religion."
He said there could be no doubt
that the Council's document on
the Jews "treats exclusively of
the religious aspect of Jewish-
Christian relations and abstains
absolutely from touching any poli-
tical or national questions."
for graduate education. Today.
we must have 50 to ioo such uni-
versities to keep pace with the
changing nature ot higher edu-
cation in the United States. It
is our intention to structure that
kind of university here in
Miami."
Dr. Baum. the liKil Gold Med-
alist of the Florida Academy of
Sciences, is a meteorologist, and
his election to head up the acad-
emic area of the university's new
S93 million master plan leaves DO
doubt where the emphasis will
be. As a scientisthis official
biography is studded with out-
standing accomplishments in the
fieldhe is frank in stating that
Miami cannot be a university
of consequence without a strong
science program. The demand
in this area of education is the
largest of all.
"But a scientific program is
far from sufficient to make a
good university. We are at a
juncture where we are able to
move into the ranks of first-rate
institutions in the United States,
and we have every intention of
having a well-rounded univer-
sity. Our School of Music and
Law School are presently first-
rate; there is room for improve-
ment in the arts."
Referring to the current con-
troversy in intellectual circles
over the relationship of the
sciences and the humanities. Dr.
Baum makes it plain that he con-
siders his present roleand his
prior post at Florida State Uni-
versityas that of an "acad-
emician, not a scientist.
My own feeling is that both
the sciences and the humanities
are of equal importance even
though, in our modern thinking.
science seems to have become
dominant. But without under-
standinfl why we are and what
we are. science is empty. If the
univerities are not the places
where we can work together,
v.hcre in society can this be
done?"
Bowman, Dr. Baum leav; most
of the social activities > his
wife. She was presiden' >f the
Sisterhood in the synag. ie m
Tallahassee and has bet ac-
tive in Temple Beth An. |lere
the couple's two daughter Jan-
ice Michelle and Sandra ,,|\n
attend religious school.
Fight
Porkchop
Rule!
Elect BOB
HAYERFIELD
STATE SENATOR
Dade Needs
DUBBIN'S
Experienced Leadership

A Close look
II is no secret that faculty
cades at the Coral Cables
school, "nee derisively known as
-Suntan c." have been stirred
since the advent of Dr. Baum
Some ol it stems Horn the fact
that he is 'taking < close look
at things that don't belong, W.Trt
a view to eliminating tho-e
which do not lit into the master
plan. We are certainly not in a
position now to divert our re-
sources."
The Baum family left Germany
in 1933 and settled in Chicago
He received all his degrees
B.A., MS.. PhDat the Univer-
sity ot Chicago and taught there
and at the University of Mary-
land before coming to KSU in
1949 to head up the Meteorology
Department. He served as dean
of the graduate .school and. for
three years, as dean of facilities.
before accepting the post at the
University of Miami
Some Fiscal Comment
lie has been a government con-
sultant on many important pro-
juts, particularly m the Russian
area, and is the author of the
definitive Russian-English Dic-
tionary of Meteorological Terms
and Expressions.
Married to the former Shirley
At present, he has ner t the
time nor the desire to any.
thing in his new hornet) i but
concentrate on the Univi '\ M|
Miami's academic mast. plan,
lie is not unaware, hov t, 0f
the concentration here tunrl-
raisers lor universities lik Bran-
cieis and Ycsluva I r r>ity.
Money raising is not hi role,
but he couldn't ilein bur. | il)lS
observation.
While competition i- ; |
for the total needs of e itum.
I hope our lov.il peo| will
recognise that within it
v oik the University of y
fers the most promise the
future ol higher educatioi
area. We now have thi
sary support for a first r fac-
lilt) and physical faeiliti We
are at the juncture of road
to this goal, and 1 hope I com-
munity will help u.s mo
the rmht road."
In effect Dr. Baum \-
thc University of Miami n
goes Miami itself. he' also
help keep the homefin burn-
ing.
FEiNER UNVEILING
The utivdlfnfl i J j Si
i ill;* iru mtr\ oj the I-
MRS. MARY FEINE'
i.ill tal;r r.'_. I
Sunday, April 26th
a; I J" JMB.
, Mi vI'm Ci Bk '
Pdbbi /n in ; Lei. r ..
1M. Pol. AdV.
''I saved money three different ways
with my First Federal mortgage."
So can you. Just consider these money-saving advantages:
First you can make important savings during the entire life of you*
mortgage through First Fhdkhai.'s low interest rates of 3,' i.bH, and U'.
Second, you save on the low dosing cost.
Thh' in this low closing cost... everything except a survey, if required, and
abstracting.
In addition to .saving money on your mortgage, you have the advantage
of local, personalized service at America's oldest federal.
First Federal Savings
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI
W. H. Walkkh, Chairman
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Page 8-A 9-Je*lstncrldtori Friday. April 24 1964 By: EDWARD COHEN U of M Looks to Us for a Helping Hand The revolutionin-process on the University of Miami campus is in good part the responsibility of Dr. Werner A. Baum, who has been vice president for academic affairs and dean of the faculties since last August. With bulldozers tearing up the campus in a race to create new buildings to meet the Space Age •challenge.'' the 31-year-old refuge from Hitler's Germany admits that the building program •looks a good deal more spectacular than anything else, but that's only on the surface. Changing Goals •The care—the very heart—of any institution of learning is instructional and research development. With the rapid growth of the Junior Colleges, the university must stand for something really significant and better to justify its existence and higher cost. DR. WERNER BAUM home fires •At one time, there were some 20 universities in this country which traditionally met the need Keren Ami Picks New Officers Election of officers of the interschool Keren Ami Council of the Bureau of Jewish Education was held Sunday at the Bureau building. Officers elected were Jay Casselboff, of Temple Israel, presi dent; Harman Brody. of FlaglerGranada, and Becky Hoodwin, of Beth David Congregation, secretaries; and Scott Moore, of Beth Torah, treasurer. The inter-school Keren Ami Council brings together student delegates of all Jewish schools to discuss the various agencies requesting contributions from school funds, to study the functions of these agencies, and to offer guidance to school Keren Ami Councils for distribution of their school funds. touis Schwartzman, Bureau executive, is Council advisor. The Council went on record recommending that a minimum of 5li percent of all school funds should be pledged to the local Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. The Council also recom-, mended continued contributions toj the Jewish National Fund. Youth ', Aliyah. Histadrut Ivrit. American I Association for Jewish Education. United Fund and other national synagogue, educational and health | : agencies. Only Time Put Off Jewish Talk Continued from Page 1-A i would even greet it with sati*. faction." The Cardinal said that document showed that the Arabs "are well aware of the deep links between Islam and the Jewish religion." He said there could be no doubt that the Council's document on the Jews "treats exclusively of the religious aspect of JewishChristian relations and abstains absolutely from touching any political or national questions." for graduate education. Today. we must have 50 to ioo such universities to keep pace with the changing nature ot higher education in the United States. It i s our intention to structure that kind of university here in Miami." Dr. Baum. the liKil Gold Medalist of the Florida Academy of Sciences, is a meteorologist, and his election to head up the academic area of the university's new S93 million master plan leaves DO doubt where the emphasis will be. As a scientist—his official biography is studded with outstanding accomplishments in the field—he is frank in stating that • Miami cannot be a university of consequence without a strong science program. The demand in this area of education is the largest of all. "But a scientific program is far from sufficient to make a good university. We are at a juncture where we are able to move into the ranks of first-rate institutions in the United States, and we have every intention of having a well-rounded university. Our School of Music and Law School are presently firstrate; there is room for improvement in the arts." Referring to the current controversy in intellectual circles over the relationship of the sciences and the humanities. Dr. Baum makes it plain that he considers his present role—and his prior post at Florida State University—as that of an "academician, not a scientist. My own feeling is that both the sciences and the humanities are of equal importance even though, in our modern thinking. science seems to have become dominant. But without understandinfl why we are and what we are. science is empty. If the univerities are not the places where we can work together, v.hcre in society can this be done?" Bowman, Dr. Baum leav; most of the social activities > h is wife. She was presiden' >f th e Sisterhood in the synag. i e m Tallahassee and has bet • %  active in Temple Beth An. | lere the couple's two daughter Janice Michelle and Sandra ,,|\ n attend religious school. Fight Porkchop Rule! Elect BOB HAYERFIELD STATE SENATOR Dade Needs DUBBIN'S Experienced Leadership A Close look II is no secret that faculty cades at the Coral Cables school, "nee derisively known as -Suntan c." have been stirred since the advent of Dr. Baum Some ol it stems Horn the fact that he is •'taking %  < close look at things that don't belong, W.Trt a view to eliminating tho-e which do not lit into the master plan. We are certainly not in a position now to divert our resources." The Baum family left Germany in 1933 and settled in Chicago He received all his degrees— B.A., MS.. PhD—at the University ot Chicago and taught there and at the University of Maryland before coming to KSU in 1949 to head up the Meteorology Department. He served as dean of the graduate .school and. for three years, as dean of facilities. before accepting the post at the University of Miami Some Fiscal Comment lie has been a government consultant on many important projuts, particularly m the Russian area, and is the author of the definitive Russian-English Dictionary of Meteorological Terms and Expressions. Married to the former Shirley At present, he has ner T the time nor the desire to any. thing in his new hornet) i but concentrate on the Univi '\ M| Miami's academic mast. plan, lie is not unaware, hov T, 0 f the concentration here tunrlraisers lor universities lik Brancieis and Ycsluva I r r>ity. Money raising is not hi role, but he couldn't ilein bur. | il )lS observation. While competition i; | for the total needs of e itum. I hope our lov.il peo| will recognise that within it v oik the University of y fers the most promise the future ol higher educatioi area. We now have thi sary support for a first r faclilt) and physical faeiliti We are at the juncture of road to this goal, and 1 hope I community will help u.s mo the rmht road." In effect Dr. Baum \thc University of Miami n goes Miami itself. he' also help keep the homefin burning. FEiNER UNVEILING The utivdlfnfl i J J SI i %  ill;* iru mtr\ oj the IMRS. MARY FEINE' i.ill tal;r r.'_. I Sunday, April 26th a; I J" JMB. • Mi VI'M CI Bk Pdbbi /n in ; Lei. r .. %  1M. Pol. AdV. ''I saved money three different ways with my First Federal mortgage." So can you. Just consider these money-saving advantages: First %  you can make important savings during the entire life of you* mortgage through FIRST FHDKHAI.'S low interest rates of 3,' i.bH, and U'. Second you save on the low dosing cost. Thh'

Friday. April 24. 1964
*.#fHi* noridfan
Page 9-A.
^Hb*'*
=
TEMPLE
ZAMORA
1959
MR. AND MRS. HARRY HARRIS
***

**<&+.

LEON J. ELL
President
Jewish National Fund
"For," said Mr. and Mrs. Harris, "in our desire to help our
Temple and our people, we sought out the way in which to
share in the redemption of the soil of Israel and strengthen our
beloved Temple Zamora by presenting them with this new
Sefer Torah. We urge all of our people, whenever possible to
participate in Israel's redemption through the Jewish National
Fund."
_ \lr. ana v- I Irs. ^jlarrxf REMEMBER
lite
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
in it our
WILL
420 Lincoln Rood
Miami Beach. Florida
Phone JE 8-6464
ATTEND J.N.F. Foundation Supper, May 20, 6 p.m., Fontainebleau Hotel



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Friday. April 24. 1964 *.#fHi* noridfan Page 9-A. ^HB*'* = TEMPLE ZAMORA 1959 MR. AND MRS. HARRY HARRIS *••** **<&+£. • LEON J. ELL President Jewish National Fund "For," said Mr. and Mrs. Harris, "in our desire to help our Temple and our people, we sought out the way in which to share in the redemption of the soil of Israel and strengthen our beloved Temple Zamora by presenting them with this new Sefer Torah. We urge all of our people, whenever possible to participate in Israel's redemption through the Jewish National Fund." \lr. ana vI Irs. ^jlarrxf


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Page 10-A +Jewlst> ncrldian Friday, April 24. 1964 Mount Sinai Hospital Receives Million Dollar Gift from Motion Picture Exec Mt. Sinai Hospital this week became the recipient of a million ciiilar contribution toward the construction o{ a new convalescent building, a gift from Maj. and Mrs. Albert Warner, of Miami lieac-h and New York. The new building, to be called the Albert and Bessie Warner l'avilion of Mt. Sinai Hospital. will be erected on the bayside of the hospital and contain 100 beds, in adaiton to special ancillary services for the purpose of continual patient care at Mt. Sinai Hospi tftl. Maj. Warner, one of the executives of Warner Bros. Motion Picture Corp., and a founder member of Mt. Sinai Hospital, Chairman of the Board of Mt. Sinai Hospital, Max Orovltz, accepts a check binding a million dollar gilt to the hospital from Maj. Albert Warner to construct the Albert and Bessie Warner Pavilion of Mt. Sinai HosDital. Children Lead Response Here At Temple Beth Am family service on Friday evening, the Hebrew class of Mrs. Calie Loss lead the Hebrew responses. Students participating were Laura Aibel. Edward Anapol, Catherine Birshtein. Joni Brilliant. Douglas Brown. Rebecca Cravitt. Lisa Dulberg. Harriet Fisher. Daniel Goodman. Richard Green. ElJen Gro.-sbcrger. Stuart Harris, Jeffrey Jeruss. Jonathan Jordan. Deborah Kahan, Lois Korotkin. Also Laurie Lefkove, Toby Mannheimer. Naida Pawlingef. June Rosen. Jeffrey Rosenberg, Aaron Salem. Kenneth Sines. Kenneth Schild. Jeffrey Segal, Ilene Schreer, Phyllis Weinstein and Steven Sorkin. All children celebrating their birthday during April were called to the podium for the birthday blessing. WE LIKE MiKE CALHOUN CANDIDATE FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE, GROUP 2 H O N E S T P R O V E N LOWER TAXES AID FOR AGED LEVER 18 A REAPPORTIONMENT MENTAL HEALTH I'aid Political Ailv. said in presenting the cheek to Max Orovitx, chairman of the hospital's Board of Trustees, that "having resided on Miami Beach over a period of 35 years, and having watched the, population growth in this area, my wife and I are pleased to make this contribution to a fine medical institution such as Mt. Sinai Hospital which has such an excellent medical staff and is consistently striving to present the most modern and best care to all who come to its doors." Maj. Warner was a patient at Lhe hospital recently. While there. Iiis family physician. Dr. S. Charles Werblow. interested him in Mt Sinai Hospital's plan for total patient care. The Warners are presenting their contribution in honor el Dr. Werblow The new pavilion will permit the patient to receive continuing care at the hospital during convalescence for a lower rate and still be under the supervision of the medical and hospital staff. The new concept, as explained by MRS. FEINBERG PRESIDENT JVS Will Hold Installation Dinner Here Next May 14 Jewish Vocational Service will hold its annual dinner meeting in • the Stiver Room of Kmbers Restaurant on Thursday evening. May 14. Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg will, be installed as president of the' organization by Rabbi Leon Kron-1 ML of Temple Beth Sholom. who will also install the following of-1 f icers: Sam J. Heiman. honorary president; Herbert P. Blumberg. Charles Hertzoff, Jerome G. • Greene and Sam Luby Jr., vice presidents; Mrs. Meyer A. Baskir., secretary; and Stuart Rothchild, treasurer. Nominating Committee, co-chaired by Barney Bernstein and Lloyd L. Ruskin. has also presented the following slate of directors: For three-year terms as members ot the Board of Directors tor 196467: Ronald L. Albert. Dr. Carl M Baumann, Herbert P. Blumberg. Richard 1. Brickman. Sidney Bfrofl'son, Andrew A. Geller, Jerome G. Greene. Maurice II. Ilyman, Dr. Robert s. Llebeskind, Ronald s. Pallot, Albert Quadow, Mrs. Sam Stark. Dr. Karl Wiener. Km two-year termremaining. 1964 66: Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin. Mrs. Charles P, Feinberg, Dr. Arthus l Gilbert, Sam J. Heiman. Albert J, Hirsch. Dr. Alan Jackson, Irvin W. Katz. Martin S. Lodge. Stuart Rothchild. Lloyd L. Ruskin. For one year terms. 1964-65: Barney Bernstein. Marshall S. Harris, Charles Hertzoff, Edward J. Fox. Sanford Levkoff. Mrs. Sidney Lewis. Sam Luby Jr.. Joseph M. Nadler, Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. Sam Stark and Arthur L. Willner. Si.'ney Efronson will be dinner chairman for the evening. Arrangements were made through the auspices of Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin and the Program Commit1 tee. Orovitz "is that many patients, by Mt. Sinai Hospital, construdo not need full bedside care but Don on the Albert and Bess., should remain in a hospital enWarner Pavilion is to start durvironment for full recuperation." According to the terms of this largest single gift ever, received JfW ELECT DOUG MADDEN •1 -M^ ^^LCa^H CONSTABLE 'A&^ DISTRICT 3 MAY 5 ^"j |^ Vote For A Man To dA mS^^rm DO A MAN'S JOB Pull Lever 48-A falil Political flfCT... ARTHUR YOUNG State Representative GROUP 14 Pull Lever 29B "A Young Man of Action & Integrity" lltlral Adv. ing 1964, and erection of the bulking is to be completed w:thin a period, of Uvo jears. LET'S KEEP JUDGE MARTIN P. SHACHAT IN SMALL CLAIMS COURT EXPERIENCE INTEGRITY PROVEN ABILITY JUDGE SHACHAT • 5 years experience as Judge • Now Judge of Dade County Small Claims Court • Has heard more than 5,000 cases since appointment to bench, July, 1963 • Municipal Judge North Miami Beach, 1953-5S, 1958 60 • President, North Miami Beach Blood Bank • Combat Veteran World War II, Member JWV, American legion, Disabled American Veterans • Graduate, Miami Law School, 1951 • Member, Florida, American, Dade County and North Dade Bar Associations • Married, lives with wife Jewel, and 3 children • Respecti d by All r., ,! l\ fi e d b S e ti J I I o I u UJ ? • 5 JiV* m m O I RE-ELECT JUDGE HUGH F. DUYAL Justice of the Peace JUDGE DUVAL'S COURT IS SELF-SUPPORTING AND HAS RETURNED THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS TO THE COUNTY EACH YEAR FOR THE PAST 9 YEARS. EXPERIENCED-Has Been Your Justice of the Peace :cr 9 N n QUALIFIED-Has Heard Over 75,000 Cases PULL LEVER 46A • pi<' PULL LEVER 47A RE-ELECT Thelma R. HARDISON (Mrs. loftier T.J CONSTABLE DISTRICT 3, Dade County (Arta south of S.W. 8th Street includi S Prociacfs 149 through 202; rxxrjzzrjssxz ; *s r* ^:r::,r.ti~:,'rr3t;r Pali .. .ii Adv.



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24, 1964 *.iff/f fltaMFw Page 11-A Wa/ifc />e*ce, /# 7e//5 Hussein "Tii ton! effort to derstanc between Sta^T esty's vis 1 The from Page 1-A the strong desire States for friendmi th all Arab States, Don to peace in the Hussein put forward I Jordan and the othes on various Midblems and their im•tions between the Cordiality, good dor marked the discommon concern ng and strengthen%  ace in the area was jghout the talks. eaders declared their nation to make every crease the broad un[ which already exists Han and the United [agreed that His Majadvanced this objecjesident expressed the the Government of States t" continue to inian efforts t attain Iri --('li sustaining econThe American Israel Public U [airs Committee denounced llus Seta's -abuse of hospitality of the United States, while here as a guest of the President, to malign the Zionist movement, to insult the great majority of the Amen can Jewish. community who strongly support Israel, to misrep. resent the facts about Israel, and to distort the objectives of U.S. policy." The statement, signed by Rabbi Philip Bernstein, chairman, and I. L. Kencn. executive ciirector ol the committee, noted that, for many years. American Jews had been strongly supporting American aid to Jordan and other Arab, states because they hoped that I such help might promote peace and be in the best interests of the United Slates. However, the statement noted, in view of the belligerent attitude : adopted at the recent Cairo conference, "we have a right to ask as to the purposes for which Hussein seeks additional aid." Argentine Gov't. Reduces Fear of Anti Semitic Attack boncluded his official fchington with an efiin the Arab view of fast to a group of Con horn he invited for lair House, the I'resitial guest house. DurIdays here. Hussein met itilerences with I'rcsi Pn. addressed a press confe* I and made a virulent antl-II Speech before the Citizens I Bit tee for American Policy hf* BNear East, in which he ecboM the \ I;I I. propaganda char, Hcerning alleged double loyal Bfeus outside of Israel. H ruler charged that Israel, I'substantial technical and Bcial assistance from abfl Pfcn.,i^''(l in the develop •f "atomic, power and other ofrtp.i de-truction." He asserted tBjt Israel's allegation is "opening tBe floodgate of the Middle East" he tore an accelerated arm* race, both in quantitv and quality. In luaHfying Arab opposition to I K Jordan River water pr|M Hussein said Israel's irrigation fKoiect would enable it to bri Hi masses of new immigrant Htreby increasing "the Arabs created (istence." The M Bd the United States to "tab Kcsh look" at its Midfc policies, and claimed H policy was not antiHnly anti-Israeli. HusKd upon American Jews H> an agonizing reapHf their attitude toward Bnd Israel. Hnger to Ai by li W* very exit Continued from Page 1-A been formerly in close contact Ncvei theless. Dr. Goldenbsrg warned, the Arab propaganda did succeed in implanting certain ie'eas among some members of the Argentine ptblic. He had raised "venomous" questions about sending money from Argentine to Israel through the United campaign; and about alleged Jewish "double loyalty." "It will take great effort to clear up the mess that man has stirred up," said Dr. Goldenberg. The Jewish leader noted, on the oilier hand, that as Triki was shown to have had connection with | the anti-Semitic Tacuara move; mont. "the police acted with great energy and under strict orders i iron the Ministry of the Interior a> well as President Illia. This isignificant," he pointed out. "and shows a positive change in official circles, compared with the situation under the Frondizi and Quids governments." On the "negative" side. Dr. Goldenberg said it must be stressi ed that the Argentine democratic parties have not, up to now, protested the "Nazi deployment." The difference in the situation now. a> compared to two years ago, he said, is that "now the terrorist groups have obtained popular support in certain 1'eronist, working-glass groups." Meanwhile, Dr. Leopoldo Daurex. Minister of Defense, charged in a newspaper interview that the Guardia Restauradora Nacionalists—another neo Fascist group, banned like Tacuara—has infiltrated into police circles. er 39-B Keep ... JANE S. ROBERTS (MRS. LYLE) Your School Board Member GROUP 1 AT LARGE Paid Political Ikdv He urged that such infiltrators be "cleaned out." Earlier in the week. Vice Presi denl Carlos Huntberto Paerctte received a delegation of the DAIA and reiterated to the delegation In Government's ••invariable posi lion in defense ol human 'right -." Similar assurances were given also bj Interior Undersecretarj Lose Luis Vesco to a DAIA dele gation which called on him in con section with new anti-Jewish pro ; paganda in Argentina. The Vice President told the delegation that the Argentine Government con i demned "any discrimination based on race or religion and any totalitarianism and dictatorship." La Razon, the largest circula-! lion Argentine daily newspaper reported on an interview with a high official in charge of an investigation into the continuing activities of the Tacuara. The of: ficial, whose name was withheld, was asked about the disappear i ance of Joe Bater and five Tacuara companions when police began questioning Tacuara members in connection with a series ol j bank robberies staged to replen i ish Tacuara coffers. The official was quoted as replying that "I don't know but we may admit there exists a series of 'imponderables' in the situation." La Razon, commentI ing on the "imponderables," said that the Tacuara had "great means" at its disposal, including the use of airplanes due to the "collaboration certain people give them." The newspaper charged that members of Tacuara "enjoyed protection" and added that in several cases involving attacks on Jewish youth—including such out• rages as branding swastikas on the CaCOS of victims—the cases were never cleared up "and the authors Of the attacks continued enjoying immunity." La Razon said that protection for such acts came from those "who should have repressed such things." FOR KELLY! HE WILL BRING THE BIBLE PRAYER BACK TO OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS! > FOR GOVERNOR Paid by Ktll* for Governor Campaign Fund Hollywood Preview Held "A Preview of the City of Hollywood" was the highlight of Temple Beth El Brotherhood's i dinner meeting last Thursday evening. Guest speakers were I Mayor William Zinkil and Ronnie I Ames. Dinner was prepared by I Hattie Rosen. THE MAN is Dr. Robert Butler THE POSITION... School Board — Group 2 af large BUTLER IS FOR... Your children and all children In Dad* County. For Bible reading being preserved in our educational 'sysism. For a complete upgrading ol our educational system. Tin d'.sootd ami intagMiM which have pre* du;ing Gordon's tenure o'. oliice. HiS UUALSF Eight harmonious years on the school board, during which time teacher salaries were increased, the Junior College was established, orderly integration was accomplished, double sessions were eliminated, special classes tar exceptional children were initialed, buildings were increased Irom 96 permanent buildings to 201 permanent buildings, and many other wonderlul improvements were made. HE NEEDS... Your vote, and, since he cannot oulspend Jack Cordon, he hopes to gain your help through eon'.r.butions ol either time or money. Call 759-3330 or PL 7-4555 BUTLER SCHOOL BOARD — Group 2 at large Sholem Lodge Installs Officers •n Lodge, B'nai B'rith, had its 39th anniversary celebration and installation ol officers recently at the Ann n -ana Hotel. I men were Martin K Huiv.il/ and Mel Haber, an I Judge .Milton A Friedman, a pasl president oi District Grand Lodge 5, ducted the Installation cere mony. Slate is headed bj Marvin Pearlman, president; Milton K. Hahn, president-elect; Martin Budnick, Samuel Kessler, vice presidents: Martin R. Hurwitz. treasurer; Claude L. Eichel, Saul I. Blake. Al lred Kreisler, secretaries let's Move Ahead With "RED" KLE1T WILLIAM "Red" GILLESPIE CONSTABLE DISTRICT 2 QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE Dedicated to Law Enforcement in Dade County for Past 17 YEARS PULL LEVER 48-A 1'niii Political Adv.



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Page 12-A *Je*isti ncricfian Friday. April 2A.-% { How the Thriftshop Aids the Home Wonder whal happens to the merchandise you sen 1 I 1 1 '"•• ish Home for the Aged Thrift Shop" Ask the man who Knows -manager Harrj Silverman, who l has been with the Thrift Sh p for ; ears Sili '•' ;l xplained that w hen items arc brought in by trucks, are sent to the n ceii li room and then assigned to various detments. "We have had almost everything here," he said, "from cars, boats, pianos and refrigerators to a packet of sewing needles." There are 14 people currently 1 the Thrift shop, including two men who :• %  nd all 1 %  upholstering ture, S verm an remoqaeis. \vh n the Thrift Shop started ..with onl> 2,000 sq. ft. Now. at the new \\v 27th Ave., U, .,. 8r e ,1 DO sq ft plus P* [a< iUl 1 • He revealed that people have c ntributed theii 1 %  atesl windfalls was 4! 01 li iter ; uii now selling at two v irter %  •Thej 're akes > n said. But there is a constant need for merchan. we 01 all typi Calls are taken from 8 in to •"> p.m.. phone 686-2101. He said that residents wanting tn donate merchandise to the Jew ish Home for the Aged should note there are pickups Mondays, Wednesday* and Fridays on Mian;. Bi ach. On Tuesdays and Thurs rlaj s, trucks cover Southw< it Dade, Coral Gables and North Miami Beach. Aaron Kraviti is chairman of the Thrift Shop Committee for the Jewish Home for the Aged. The Kravitzes came to Miami from Newark in 1945 He opened his first Eagle Army Department Store the following year. Now there are 31 stores reaching from Homestead to Cocoa, with continuing growth and expansion plans But there was always time for A view of the furniture department nt the Thrift Shop of the ,„,. community. Kravitz served as Jewish Home for the Aged, 7300 NW 27th Ave. Two men chairman for the Wholesale Diwork full-time, upholstering furniture. The Thrift Shop covers vision of the I'nited Fund and CO20.000 sq. ft. chairman for the Combined JewPresident Johnson Greets Israel Anniversary Aaron (Artie) Kiavi'.z (second from left) takes -.tune it tc :$A to former chairmen of the Thrift Shop CSnnmittet :' I ish Home for the Aged. Shown (left to riehi! .an-; I te Ru%kf Jimmy Koptelowitz and Sam Resnick. Kravitz now Thrill Shop'Committee chairman. ish Appeal. He Is 8 lifetime honto pay homage to the prisonr or.iry vice president of Temple and persecuted peoples still ,„ B'nal sholom in Opa-Locka and Cuba. an active member oi Beth David Congregation. He was the recipient of a certificate of gratitude from tiie Cuban Organization of Silencio in acknowledgement of his services in making possible a midnight meeting at Bayfront Park Kraviti said "Th lediut^J 1 ur new Thrift I with its expanded facilities -pi resents a milestone He urged the communit] 1 port the Thrift Shop throu;!w( the year with gifts and merchal dise. Continued from Page 1-A those who hope to frighten us with threats, though hostility and intrigue have not ceased, the year that is ending has seen a reinforcement and an expansion of our amicable relations with other peoples, and a steady contraction ol the menace oi international isolation." Two-hundred thousand Israelis and visitors from abroad jammed into Beersheba to watch the display of the deterrant power which has kept the Arabs at bay for! those 16 years. A spectacular aerial demonstration by military j planes marked the start of the! V, minute parade in a mighty -how of Israel's striking forces on land and in the air. On the reviewing stand were a host of Israeli dignitaries, led by President Shazar. Premier I.evi Eshkol, Knesset Speaker (Caddish i.u/, Chief of Staff Yitzhak Rabin, Mrs. Vcra Wcizmann and Mrs. Izhak Ben-Zvi, the widows of Israel's first two Presidents, and Moshe Sharett, chairman of the Jewish Agency executive, representing the Zionist movement. Israeli helicopters flying at a low altitude led the Air Force fly-past. The planes in the display induced Fougas, Magister Israel-made jets spelling out the initials of the fighting branches. These were followed by Mystere interceptors, helicopters and Vautoure fighters. Also in the line were Mirage iets, followed by transports and four engined Stratocruisers. The relatively slow speeds of the Stratocruisers dramatized the speed of the jets. As the last waves of the jet lighters passed by. the first units of the armored columns approached the stand. These groups included reconnaissance jeeps, armored infantry, recoilless guns mounted on jeeps, anti-tank missiles, mortars and a first showing in Israel of a group of 155-milimeter self-propelled guns. Then followed solid columns of French A DEDICATED AND SINCERE MAN SEEKING YOUR SUPPORT SO THAT HE CAN SERVE YOU AND All OF HORIDA! ir Successful Businessman with College in Government. ir Native of Dade County. ir Will Fight Sales Tax on Food & Drugs Work to establish Mental Health Program Abolish Inventory Tax & Improve all Educational Facilities. .. ir Special emphasis on measures dealing with Human Relations Linton J. Tyler I'm for TYLER too! STATE LEGISIATURE GROUP 2 (County Wide) tanks. I'nited States Sherman tanks, and British Centurion tanks As the thunder of the tank passage faded, the armj units saluted the President, Premieand Chief of statt Colorful flag bearers and bands headed the Infantry column which consisted of cadets, air cadets and naval units, engineers and women's units, followed by infantry companies, border police and more infantry marchers. Units of Nahal. the border settlement groups, both boys and girls, marched by followed by military and civil police, communications units and youth battalion units. Paratroop crs wearing their red berets closed the long parade. Elsewhere in Israel, the day was observed with dancing and sing iug in the streets. In cities, tral tie was banned lor the festivities At the Tel Aviv seashore, some i 200.000 watched a pageant demon %  strating the arrival of "illegal" \ ships with immigrants, recalling' the pre-State fight to bring in the, I remnants of Hitler's holocaust. Intercepting "British" destroyers and coastal patrols simulated the battle of the Mandatory authorities to stop such immigration. Fireworks displays and huge searchlights marked the holiday throughout Israel as the festivities continued into the night. Or Olom Ladies' Donor Sunday Mrs William Seidnian. president of Temple Or Olom Sister hood, announces that the eighth annual donor luncheon will be held on Sunday, 12:30 p.m.. at the Doral Beach Hotel. One of the highlights of the luncheon will be the presentation of charms to those who earned six or more donors, with a special "award to the top donor Another event of the afternoon will be an-, nouncement of the second "Sister ol the Year." Donor Committee Is headed by Mrs. Eli King, donor affairs; cochairman, Mrs Henry Lippman, donor record-, Mrs, Jerome Himmelfarb, projects vice president; Mrs. Martin Ackman. Mrs. Norman Cabel. Mrs. Irwin Cooper Mrs. Ralph Fistel. Mrs. Max Forman, Mrs. Ted Gordon, Mrs ]| v Hecht, Mrs. Herbert Hirsch, Mrs Howard Horowitz. Mrs. William Jacobs, Mrs. Bob Kemper, and Mrs. Marvin Wiener. Keep HARVIE CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE DuVAL 1 • A Proven Record as your Circuit Court Judge • Graduate of U. of Florida and U of Miami Law School • Asst. State Attorney and Acting State Attorney for Dade • 15 years extensive trial practice in ALL Courts • Served as Judge of District Court of Appeals • Member Florida Bar, Dade County, Miami Springs I Hialeah Bar issni. • Member ol lions, Elks, Moose, U.S. Power Squadron, American Lesion • Marine Combat Pilot World War II, Korean Veteran, presently Colonel U.S.M.C.R. • Native ol Dade; married; two daughters; member of Episcopal Church LEVER 4-A ONEig^ll ALL! • JL. To the giant, P}*I ^ old-fashioned m£*M HAYDONBli BURNS: PICNIC: Starts at 2 PM at Tropical Park $ SUNDAY, APRIL 26 § Meet Florida's Outstanding Candidate for Governor ( at a wonderful fun-filled FAMILY PICNIC f GEORGE DE WITT —Star of TV & Radio—' %  '-• f EVERYTHING'S FREE! f • Circus Acts • Band Music • Cowboy Show • Kiddy Rid" 5 • Pony Rides Candied Apples • Cotton Candy • "eny r* of Food and Bevera ges for All • Plenty of frae P anw pCall 538-1641 for Free Bus Rides from Miami Beach & SurfsidiJ $ ••••••••••••••••!



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jy, April 24. 1964 9l knlsfi ncridHknr Page 13-A ing Couple' Mark 50th Anniversary; jsent Torah and Launch JNF Forest and Mrs. Harry Harris are rating their forthcoming 50th _ng anniversary in a unique meaningful way. >y recently donated to Tcmlamora a new Sefer Torah, edication of which will take in a few weeks. At the time, they also launched a (i of Trees in the State of Is-1 with the plantitng of two| is through the Jewish Nation-! ind of Greater Miami. •nard Silver be Named in of the Year 1 kn J. Ell, president of the Mi National Fund Council of |er Miami, has announced the next meeting of the bil will be held on Wednes^vening. Apr. 29, 8 p.m., at bntainebleau Hotel. Jiard Silver will be designatINF Man of the Month" for The honor will be conferred Iver "for his tireless devoind dedicated effort on bell the Jewish National Fund, late of Israel and the people Cel." declared Ell. "We sought out the way in which to share in the redemption of the soil of Israel and also to strengthen our own Temple Zamora by presenting them with this new Sefer Torah," explained the couple, whose youthful appearance belies their age. Actually, they will celebrate their 50th anniversary on June 7 when they sail on the SS Wilson to the Far East. plans and a progress rey, the forthcoming JNF anil emulation supper will be V,'


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Page 14-A +Jmlstfk>rkHair) Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPIIN Jridery, Ap?;! 24 >%4 New Herzl Volume Revisits Exciting. History Again HERIL YEAR BOOK. Volume 5. edited by Raphael Patai. 384 pp. New York: Herri Pre**, 51$ Pork Ave. $*.50. H ISTORY REVISITED is the theme of the Herzl Press, which recently published its fifth volume of "essays in Zionist history and thought." While it is difficult to do justice to the wide range of articles, a tew are of especial interest. This volume presents the proceedings of two conferences at the Theodor Herri Institute, one in 1957 and one in 1962. both of which centered on American Zionism in the period between 1894 and 1919. It was a period of great change in the Zionist movement. Thus there are articles on the early •ttitudc of Reform Judaism to the movement (nog ative) and of the American Jewish Committee. Articles on press and labor reaction began to her ;.ld the change, while two, one on Zionism and the Mormon Church, and the other on Jehovah's Witnesses and their approach to Jews and Zionism, are particularly intriguing. A section on Zionism in the Midwestern United States was less fascinating, but the last part, political in scope, included a complete account of "The Morgenthau Mission of 1917" and a study of the • As We Wore Saying: By ROBERT t. SECAl Racial Agitation Disturbs -But Why Have It? A GITATION! Way back in 1947, Dr. Gordon Watson, of Columbia University, published a little handbook. %  Action for Unity: What America is Doing to Push Back Racial and Religious Barriers." On his bill of fare | for the resolution of intergroup tensions were: exhortation, education, participal.dii. revelation, negotiation, contention. and prevention. In that line-up. you don't see agitation mentioned. Today, in the struggle for Negro rights, you hear more •Hid more about agitation. But Dr. Watson used the milder term, •contention:" and it is helpful now to see what the head ol an active Mayor's Committee told him way back there: %  What would you say has made the biggest contribution to improving interrace and interlaith relations in this community?" we asked. He considered his reply and then said. Well, it caused us a lot of headaches, and it is probably full of potential dynamite for the Negroes themselves, but I would have to admit that it was the aggressive, militant, uneompromi.-ing demands foreign News teffer By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Why Egyptian Fled T HE EGYPTIAN Air Force oiliier who two months ago lied to Israel aboard the Soviet-made training plane, met here the other day with pressmen and related to them the reasons that prompted him to take this extraordinary step. Lieut. Mahmud Abbas Hilmi told in a quiet but intense voice about the tasks he was made to perform in Yemen, where nearly 40,000 of Nasser's crack troops have been waging for more than a year a ruthless war against the forces and the population ol Yemen that refuse to accept Egyptian domination. The tale told by Lieut. Hilmi was indeed a hair-raising one. For three months, which he spent with the invading Egyptian forces, he took part in incessant bombardment of defenseless Yemeni \illages. Three times daily—he said—his squadron, comprising Soviet '"Yak II" bombers, would sweep down upon the villages turning them into heaps of ashes and rubble. "We used to attack them from a very low altitude with 80mm rockets and machineguns and our mission was not completed until the attacked villages were completely destroyed" lie -aid that besides his own squadron there were many other of "Ilyush in" bombers using also "Napalm" incendiary bombs that caused not only lires but inllicted terrible burns on the inhabitants. He could take it no more: and when he learned that he would be sent out again to Yemen to continue with the task, he decided to flee. "I am a soldier, he said, but 1 cannot attack defenseless villages ... I cannot go on killing women and children ." The brief statement, made of his own free will, by Lieutenant Hilmi, was an indictment that one would have expected to produce a shock far beyond the boundaries of Israel. Some months ago, when news began coming out of Yemen telling of the indiscriminatory slaughter perpetrated by Nasser, there was a brief outcry. The Yemen Royalists then charged that besides "Napalm" rockers, Nasser was also employing gas bombs and demanded an international investigation. This was rejected by Egypt which vehemently denied all the charges made against her. Finally, the international Red Cross succeeded in persuading Mr. Nasser to allow a limited investigation which was carried out under Egyptian "guidance." of some of the Negro oganizations that made us move further than anything else. They cause us a lot ot trouble, but they get attention." Seventeen years later, peaceful sit-ins and wade ins are siving way to rent strikes and traffic tie-ups on Triborough Bridge in New York. School boycotts are bringing children and their parents from lily white northern -uburbs into the core cities for a day of giving what ior to intransigent school committees. Negro youngsters are qouted as saying not "Shall we picket or not picket." but rather "Shan we picket or tear the place down And the sedate mother ol the Governor of Massachusetts goes with other "agitators" to St. Augustine, Fla., to participate in a .civil right.demonstration. Sa>.Mrs. Malcolmn Peabody. mother ol the governor: "I go to give my witness against injustice and discrimination." But doesn't she fear she'll be jailed? Her disarming reply: "I'm not a crusader who wants to go to jail. I don't think they'll put nice women in jail anyway." (As events turned out Mrs. Peabody did go to jail in St. Augustine on civil disobedience chart;*'An earlier Bay Stater—Henry Thoreau—would have been proud of the seventy-year-old wile of an Episcopal bishop. I The era of agitation in race relations is now bitting the United States full wham because, as the "Christian Century" puts it. "We have sinned away our opportunities for peaceful solutions and must now render justice under the shadow of a growing threat of violence." Moderates naturally deplore violence, but invite it by slow action in the community. How pitiable it is to read that several days after fists and bricks flew every which way in Jacksonville, the community—like a lumbering tortoise—Started to form a bi racial community relations committee. So long, so long it has taken for Americagreat cities, pressured by population mobility and the Dew stirrings, touched by the demise of colonialism in Africa, stirred by the demands of young people every where, to turn at last to the painful but necessary business ol trying to calm the unruly waters This. too. alas, is a delusion. Police dialogue and the starts and turns of well-intentioned hi racial committees, even those bearing the blessing of City Hall, can never henceforth be the real answer. Not creeping tolerance but full-grown justice must come out of the groping and embarrassed second-thinking on that part of white America. C( ence in Washingto:, on Jewi-h situation in the So\.-Union could well mark .. turr. -; point in the Jewi-h WganiZttMN structure in the is aparl from opening a wedge to united set r. jlleviating the plight ul Sot I .lew s It has long been known .: the leaders of the Soviet Union are insensitive to the mounting wave ol rest men! in Ihe civilized countries of the world ... the obvious Soviet effort to subvert .!< :-!i through cutting it off from the life-givm. religion, culture anil communal Living. 1: Un Icy had accomplished nothing more than notice on the Soviet I'nion that Amerii Je idetermined to maintain a united [roni on % %  iBg Soviet Jewry from extinction, it marked a most significant mile.-tum Jew i-h historj In fact however, the American -h I I feronce on Soviet Jewry was set on wi over the publicity given to these evenl especially over the Washington Conferei • •""'', Anti-Semitism. Aware that the confereno eaders oo w ii.tend to play R game of quiet diplomat and, "'". ] l ed ironically over world opinion, the Emh..--> P"" 1 "' been deluging the Washington JTA office with dauj' leases, supposedly from Novosti, the Soviet prop news agency The press releases have taken tne of protestations of various Soviet groups ol •>''" first was from a group of rabbis and Mliaious c0!!1 ity leaders denying anti-Semitism in the USSR. o| Then came the •"popular" appail from a 8''^, Jewish workers of a Soviet machine making 1J .^ This protested the "insult" of a conference CO of American Jews claiming to speak in u f '; f Promised to follow are releases from a srou P „ ,„. ish artists in the Soviet Union as well airom •'^ ^ dusirial group—dlso Jewish, again protesting ington Conference ... a d# It is known that the Soviet Embassy hf !" ... considerable efforts to find out whether their r, | are getting any play in the Anglo-Jew i-h press the United States.



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364 April 24. 1964 ''•Jenlsii fkrktian Page 15-A in dictates Seeking Posts State, Local Elections O lowing rs a partial list of candidates running for office in the •lections.%  < Pur further listings, see other sections.) Cliff Herrell ng reelection .to his State le seat. Cliff Herrell has a, fd in public service going • 1945 when he began ten I Mayor of Miami Springs. Ihis tenure in the Legis|< from 1J55 to 1359. the 44old Sen J tor served as Gov. r floor leader. lected by the press as "outJing Freshman Senator" in; Herrell states J963. I led the fight for bet-' f< apportionment, better teachpay. additional road funds [i le, no sales tax on food di igs, elimination of tax on household goods, traffic safety and commission on aging." Mike Calheun Mike Calhoun. candidate for State Representative from Group 2, pledges to fight for "lower taxes for Dade, more aid for education and fairer reapportionment." An active realtor and property manager. Calhoun is a member of the Dade County Zoning and Zoning Appeals Board, officer in South Florida Chapter Institute Real Estate Management, and Business Council and Government Research Council of Miami Dade County Chamber of Commerce. "In Mike Calhoun," say his sup-; porters, "we have the only ean-l dictate *v*tlv a prove* receexlwicounty-wide government, political and civic service." >> < Allen F. Stearns, Jr. Lifelong resident of Dade County, Allen F. Stearns, Jr., states: "I intend to serve as an honorable and effective State Representative, and am conducting my campaign on a grass roots precinct by precinct level." The 36-year-old Stearns, in the *roip>7 race, is In the automobile business and has been active in: local, state and national elections for over ten years. If elected, he says, "I will tight any new taxes and any move to abolish Homestead Exemption. I am in favor of medicare, I advocate that automobile salesmen be licensed, and above all I shall fight for fair apportionment." MYERS AND PALLOT TO RECEIVE AWARDS Cedars of Lebanon Will Honor President At Annual Ball Sunday in Doral Beach irael Refuses Agency Permission Inspect Atomic Reactor |Ccntinued from Page 1-A it is possible that an inbticn team to be sent to Iscould include representsfrom these hostile Arab &f • %  es. phasis was also laid here on act that it is well known that Nebi Rubin reactor is used | tor research and training, jthal it has been visited regusctentists from the U.S.A. pre is an agreement in force ?en Israel and the United |s on the inspection of atomic |Mnh installations in Israel jttt received American assista^B, and thiagreement iworkiB^Rtc mutual satisfaction, Israel 8 declared in Washington in lection with reports on differjs between the two countries' i question of international in-' Son of Israel's atomic in ti MS The existing agree provides s system of con; and inspection by the United designed to ensure that | lti< are used exclusively for (eful purposes. "There i< no between Israel and the. A regarding the continued tence of this agreement," the Ices pointed out. n mplication that Israel is Iking at atom checks" is mis rmed, Israelis explained.' %  sing that Israel has no objecwhatsoever to continued American* inspection of the facilities concerned. Moreover, Israel is not questioning the desirability of the International Atomic Energy Agency eventually extending its inspection, by agreement, to instances covered by bilateral agreements. This principle, it was noted in Washington, has, however, been opposed at the International Atomic Energy Agency by Egypt and some oiher countries. Therefore it is still highly questionable whether international safeguards would not, in practice, become purely unilateral In scope, applying to some countries but rejected by others. Israeli circles also pointed out that, before any country agrees to such I system in practice, it clearly has the right to know how it will apply to her neighbors who have atomic installations. Moreover, it may be questioned whether the workings of the International Atomic Energy Agency are indeed those of an objective scientific organization or are injected with political interests. This requires careful study, in light of some recent discussions by the agency—suoh as establishing its Middle Eastern Isotopic Center in Cairo—which denies to Israel, a member country, access to facilities set up by the agency. .pT-SJ*I |._li'l*l _. ("M 81 vo ,1 ntu PAIRING Open 6:45 SO MIAMI-US NIA SUNStl OHIVl Optn 6:45 4 moifam Ado**a*vt kit Thwaze "A MOVIE GEM! SO DAMNED FUNNY AT TUNES THAT YOU LAUGH UNTllYOUCRYI.w.0. mum iun nan, row tw nrtniNMoi... owe c* rue YEARS WKSTINY POSr DAG RACING HO AIINOA1 APMirrio 111"1 ausrr s ROOST ktSWVA'ION', NOW Pest Time 8:15 P.M. MIAMI B SOUTH IND Of COUINV AVI MIAMI it AC* JE 10348 The comedy team of Ford and Hines will headline the show at the second annual President's Ball on Sunday at the Doral Beach Hotel Starlight Roof. Backing up the popular pair will he vocalist Jimmy Holmes. Mai Malkin's Orchestra and other special acts. Sponsor of the black-tie banquet is Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, whose trustees and officers will honor President Har, ry L. Lewis for his recent achievement, completing the upper three floors of the hospital. Co-sponsor is the Women's Auxiliary, headed by Mrs. Ted Lotterman. Saul Silberman is program chairman. Dinner Chairman E. Albert I'allot announced that the banquet will be preceded by a reception from 6:30 to 8 p.m., in the Mediterranean Room. Some 400 guests are expected to attend the annual festivities. A five-ft.-tall model of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will greet the arriving guests at the black-tie affair. Created out of tyrofoam by David Kovac, chief caterer at the Doral Beach Hotel, the authentic model took two months to construct and will show all the recent additions to the building, including the special emergency ramp, the Elise Adams Memorial Gardens the new West Wing, the enlarged driveway, and the "Tree of Life" Memorial, bearing names of donors to the hospital. "Speeches will be at an absolute minimum and there will be no solicitation." declared Silberman. "This is to be a 'fun' evening, with dining, dancing and entertainment marking an occasion of appreciation." Two special awards will be presented during the evening. Chairman of the board, Stanley I C. Myers, and former chairman of the Development Fund, E. Albert Pallot, will receive the gold Volunteers of Valor plaque. Members of the Board of Trustees will preside as hosts at the Beth El to Honor Rabbi Schiff At Dinner of Tribute Congregation Beth El. one of Miami's pioneer synagogues, will salute its spiritual leader, Rabbi Solomon Schiff, at a dinner of tribute May 31 at the Deauville Hotel. Rabbi Schiff will be feted by the State of Israel Bonds Organization at a program celebrating Israel's 16th anniversary of statehood. Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin, of Maryland, whose service as chief executive of that state and as Mayor of Baltimore won him national esteem, will be principal speaker. Gov. McKeldin also has been in the forefront of American Government friendship for Israel since | the State's independence was pro, claimed May 14. 1948. i President Joe -C. Zalis is serving as chairman for the event, which he said "will be one of the most significant in the history of Congregation Beth El." cocktail party prior to the banquet. They are: Samuel T. Shapiro, president emeritus, Sam Luby Sr Ben No-, vack. E. Albert Pallot. David Stuzin. Sidney M. Aronovitz. Morris Lomaskin. Sidney Lefcourt. Robert Russell. R. Williams Apte. Elliott Blumenthal, Irving Cypen. Joseph A. Garfield. Herbert Gelertner, Louis E. Goldman. Morris Klass. William B. MacDonald Jr.. Col Nathan B. Rood. Sol C. Shaye. Saul Silberman, Samuel J. Spector, Harold Thurman. Joseph Weintraub and Stanley H. Wolff. The Hostess Committee is headed by Mesdames Harry L Lewis. Morris Lomaskin. Benjamin Oren and E. Albert Pallot. Philip S. Brewer Miami Utility Consultant Phil ip S." BTewer" a -candidate "forThe Florida Railroad and Public Utilities Commission, has pledged to make "sweeping changes in the activities of the Commission. Among these is bringing the rate structures of the state's major utility firms into line with the 6.7 percent profit allowed by the state which will result in a definite lowering of utility rates." In addition. Brewer says, "the new Commission should get this Florida East Coast strike settled once and for all." Brewer hopes to finance his bid for election "through dollars collected from the little people whom I will be representing." Edwin L. "Ed" Mason "I believe that my experience on the Public Utilities Commission, which I now serve as chairman, bringing to 24 years my service to the public of Florida, best qualifies me to serve as your com missioner," states Edwin L. "Ed" Mason. 47-year-old Democrat Appointed to the Commission in 1959. Mason was elected to a four-year term to the office he now seeks to retain in 1960 and became chairman in 1963. "Reorganization of the COaUmlSsion and tariff specialists added have resulted in utility and trans portation rate reductions, saving Florida consumers about $15 mil lion annually." Mason points out. JOIN the "CHRISTMAS CLUB" ELECT RANDY CHRISTMAS Pull Lever 45-A JUSTICE OF THE PEACE DISTRICT 1 WHY RANDY CHRISTMAS SHOULD BE ELECTED JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, DIST. 1. RANDY CHRISTMAS graduated from the University of Miami Business and law Schools. 2. RANDY CHRISTMAS served on the Miami City Commission 1953-1955. 3. RANDY CHRISTMAS served as Mayor of Miami 1955-57. 4. RANDY CHRISTMAS was voted Outstanding Young Man of Dade County 1955. Awarded Jaycee Good Government Award 1955. Voted Coed Neighbor Award for furthering latin-American relations. 5. RANDY CHRISTMAS during six years of Military Service (lew 44 combat missions. RANDY CHRISTMAS was awarded THE DISTINGUISHED HYING CROSS and three Air Medals. 6. For the past 4 years RANDY CHRISTMAS has served as an Assistant State's Attorney. 7. RANDY CHRISTMAS is a member of the Miami Springs Methodist Church, Mahi Shrine, lions Club, and Moose Lodge. M. Pol. A.li



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Page 16-A faHisfiftrrirfi^n Friday. April 24, MB Reveals Two Year Budget Continued from Page 1-A learn of and experience their heritage end to apply it to their everyday life." At an earlier session. Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president of Brandeis University, said that American Jews have been "finally emancipated from their self-consciousness.'" He attributed this development to the establishment of the State of Israel. "Self-confidence." he declared, "can only grow as Israel grows. When we travel to Israel, we must not go merely as tourists or yet as rich cousins, but as pilgrims in communion with a motherland, as Jews and. respected as Americans, representatives of another free land." Lewis H. Weinstein. chairman of the National Community Relations Advisory Council, and the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, told delegates to the National Jewish Welfare Board convention here that "isolation is as dangerous to American Jewish life as it is to international affairs." He called upon American Jewry to "pool its leadership." "Tfca best example of this kind of pooling of leadership," he said, "was our recent Washington Conference on Soviet Jewry when 500 national and local leaders met to arouse the conscience of the world against the campaign of destruction of religious and cultural life of the Jews in Russia. The kind of leadership we Jews need, to meet our goals, is marked by a profound sense of community, a solid personal commitment to Jewishness and Jewish education, culture and creative survival-. and personal identification with the Jewish people and the Jewish ethics." EcVin Wolf 2nd, president of the National Foundation for Jewish culture, told delegates to the convention to help close the gap between the Jewish intelIctual and his Jewishness, and warned American Jews not to forget their Jewishness in the matter of civil rights. "We have the paradox." he said, •of more Jews active in cultural Hid intellectual activities, and at the same time more Jews accepting the worst of anti-intellectual materialism. Free access to academic positions, a wide reading of looks of Jewish content, and a respect for Jewish learning have been gained. Yet there is still a chasm between the great majority of the intellectuals who were born Jews—and Jewishness in any religious, philosophical, cultural or social sense I blame the gulf on the intellectual who has tailed to find for himself the values in his heritage, and on the Jewish organization man who has scorned matters of the mind." Mr. Wolf called upon JWB and itaffiliate! Centers and YMHAs jto promote "a frame of mind a ; way of lif, which is Jewish in that it develops itself to things j >hint<*"ect. not exclusively religious. The working-out of a iMiuusyuy ol American Jewish life, which is American. Jewish and of the 20th century, should be enough • ot a problem to keep our best brains as busy as the Talmudic scholar kept his." At a business session of the con• vention. Mrs. Florence G. Heller, Chicago philanthropist, was elected president. She is believed to be the first woman president of a national American Jewish organization of the JWBtype. She succeeds Solomon Litt. who was elected a honorary president. FOR BAR COMMlim Cypen to Chairl 'Law Day' May Judge Irving Cypen is ser as chairman of the Bar Comma in charge of the pro-ram to] serve "Law Day" on May l "Law Day highlightthe n the legal profession in preserv, those ireedems so often takes] granted," said Mayor Robert K High in proclaiming May \ "Law Day" in Miami Some 1.200 have become „, n'lized citizens here during i last year, according to the Mu office of the United Stjte| irration and Naturalization ice. A 10 a.m. program will be I in Bayfront Auditorium, arraii by the Dade County liar Am tion. JACK BUKSUIN No. Shore Loche Installs Officers Jack Burstein. 7800 HarJing Ave.. Miami Beach, was installed this week as president of the North Shore Lodge of B'nai B'nth at the Carillon Hotel. Installing officer was Samuel Nieberg, first vice president of District Grand Lodge No. 5. Chairman of the affair was Aaron Berger, and toastmaster was Nathaniel Glickman. Other officers installed were Aaron F. Berger, Samuel Greenfield, Morris Roth, and Irvine C. Spear, vice presidents; E. Alfred Row en, chaplain; Nathaniel Glickman. parlimentarian; Abe J. Tunick, treasurer; Richard Bergman, recording secretary; Max Kriloff. corresponding secretary; Louis A. Katz. financial secretary; Samuel B. Miller, guardian; and Morris Lunch, warden. Lions Elect Edelman Prexy Charles Adelman has been elected president of the Little River Lions Club. Other officers named at a recent meeting here are Joe Gar Apr. 9 meeting here are Joe Garcia. Stan Crayer and John Metzger. vice presidents; Ed McGoun. treasurer; Pat Harris, secretary; Harvey Goodman, corresponding secretary; Bud Sanders, tail twister; and Al Kolski. Lion tamer. Members of the board are Del Kittendorf. Don Dixon. Lou Penzi. Russ Gilbert. Bill Jackson and Vic Bezdek. Coral Chapter Luncheon Coral Chapter of the American Medical Center will hold a donor luncheon on Wednesday noon in the Richelieu Room of the Dean ville Hotel. 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Beth Sholom Lunch Gives Sistie Awards Third annual Si=tie Awards luncheon, held by the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom last week featured a special program entilled "The Generations of Beth Sholom." Mother! of Beth Sholom who have children who are members p| Beth Sholom and whose children "i:her attend or have attended the Beth Sholom Religious .-chir were especially recognized .mi] presented with paperweights leatiu lag a golden crown. Ral I and Mrs. Leon Kronish presented the "'generations" to -cmo 300 women who attended the luncl • 3. Mn Leo Levin, president of Sisterhood, led the presentation of the awards to members who served wit' distinction in various areas ol endeavor during the past year. Assist were four past president; f Sisterhood, Mrs. Harvey i; Kramer, Mrs. Louis F. Snet man, Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, and Mrs, .rold 11. Miller. Tin following received Sistie Av. „• Mesdames Ethel Shapiro. James Knopke. J. Bernard Specti Benjamin U. Goldstein, Jack I Shapiro, Harry E. Wolk, Leon nger. Leon Kronish. Milton Malakoff. Harvey E. Kramer, Solomon B. Goldman. David Drucker, Sanford Levine, Philip Davis, Harold Granoff, Samuel Hirsch. Norman Russ. Joseph Sharpc. Harry A. Gordon, Sam Rudt, Max Applebaum, Abraham Rosenberg, Harry W. Greenberg, Benjamin Mandell, Jack M. Fink, Irving Weslin. Abram Baker, Seymour Silvcrman. Samuel Meiselinan. Aaron Redcr. Joseph Shawmut. Miriam Vernick. Jose Ventura. Jack Goldberg. Louis F. Suet man. Martin Steiner. and Philip Schli-sel. Mrs. .1. .Bernard Spector. Sisterhood vice president in charge of programing, was chairman of the day, and was also one of the Winers "f the top awards. Food donated for the luncheon was prepared by a large committee under the chairmanship of Mrs. Abram Baker, Mrs. Harry W. Greenberg and Mrs. Benjamin Mandell. Another feature of the program vas the presentation ol a painting by Samuel Grodensky to Rabbi Leon Kronish as a surprise birthday gift. Making the presentation was Mrs. David Drucker. the Temple's Art Committee chairman. Mrs. Leo Levin, president of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, presents a Sistie Award to Mrs. J. Bernard Spector, Sisterhood vice ^resident, "for outstanding service" during the past year. n j bv ISABEL GRCVE £. W ovnan s ujoM ejfewish FloridiTaxi Miami, Florida, Friday, April 24, 1964 Section B **. Plans for dedication ceremonies of the Thrift Shop of Jewish Home for the Aged on Sunday afternoon are discussed by Thrift Shop Ccmmittee members. Left to right are Mrs. JOAN FKID off fo Israel Violin virtuoso Joan Field. who has given unsparingly ol her time and talent for Israel, up to now has been known and admired there only through her records But all that is about to be changed Joan u leaving this weekend to spend j! month there, v.here she'll give ;i series oi recitals at the He brew University of Jerusalem and will also conduct a master class in the new Music Depart ment "1 plan to intersperse lass familiar American works with the Hebrew music." explained the Miami Beach violinist Also awaiting Joan, her first took at the Joan Field Musical Library just begun at the U for music donated in the International stars name From Israel. Miss Field will travel to Europe to fulfill her annual concert a"d recording commitments Accompanying Joan, in priContinued on P9 B Barthold Strauss, Louis Bresler, Mrs. Marion Robbins, Harry Altman. Abraham Hirsch, Mrs. Ruth Berger and (standing) Jack Popick. (See stories, Sec. A.) FLORIDIAN SHOP GO TO FORMALS IN COTTON IACE The night belongs to juniors in lace — for there's nothing quite like it for outright femininity! Here by Cotillion, with camisole top, belling skirt; white lace, %  appliqued here and there with white flowers. From a group of belle-of-the-ball formats 5 to 13. yfs. junior be'ter dresses. Ihird tloor DOWNTOWN MIAMI 'it ill Eu'd.ne's stores except Mipmi Beach) sunshine faahions BURDINE DOWNTOWN MIAMI, DADEIAND MIAMI BEACH. 163rd ST SHOPPING CENTER FT. IAUDERDALE, WEST TAIM BEACH



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Face 2-B rjenisf Fkrxf&r Friday. April 24. 1364 MIAMIAN TO TAKE HELM Florida Region of Hadassah to Convene In Tampa for Top Business Sessions Mrs Ii loss %  %  >. Hadassah that the 15 chapC •mpr^.ns the region mclud_ I — ?... %  %  .' %  hold its ante WMl at the InternaD Tampa this Sunday fill noon through next W>_> Apr 29 Theme is Countdown for Ac%  Mrs. Hy Salpeter. of the National Board of Hadassan. will • rve as conference advisor Celebrities addres-ing the con• (efcace will be U.S. Rep. Claude .epper. A ho will speak at the installation banquet on Monday Hi> %  pic is "United States Progiam for Peace and Progress in the Wprld." The Sunday evening plenary ses-.on. chaired b> Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, of Miami Beach, re-.oral vice president, will high.-. Prof. FreJ Shaw, director of the Department of Guided Studies the University of Miami, in a iscussion ot -United States-Israel Relations: Present IndicativeFuture Imperative' Local regional chairmen who ill be in charge of workshop? are Mrs Gerald P. Soltz and Mrs Wolpe. They will conduct ".All Signals Go on Membership and Program: Mrs Samuel Z %  Sakrais trill lead •Today's Strat. gy—Tommorrow's Success." a ork-hop on American and Zion-t affair-. Mrs Earl Brown, of Molly wood. "New Frontiers." re ating to Zionist Youth Activities: Lillian Goodman. 'Getting to Know You" luncheon: and Mrs lecar Sindell. of Ft. Lauderdale. i ni Mrs Morton Silberman, of i st Palm Beach, in a leadership workshop on "Top Brass i Session." MrLiss and MrSalpeti iuct a Presidents' Clinic calltting the Con: MrNatalie Freedman. of Hoinxi. will present "Break Through to a Brighter Future, education workshop. Mrs BIKI> Levine. of Cocoa h< chairman of a fund-raising -hop. "Horizon's Unlimited." Mrs "-at Barth. prelent Miami will chair -ion called "Brief:..for Cl :Z. £ lent K-^ion. '.ili serve as installing officer at Gavel Going to New President Mrs Sidney Ritterman will pre-ent the presi eat's gavel to Mrs. Bertram Whitman at the Miami .-eh Chapter of the Childrer.'\sthma Research Institute and lation eeremonie%  V( T 45 p.m in the I UlitJ R m of the Chase Fedar.d Lt. Rd Other officers to be installed by Judge KenneUi I >ka are Mrs Philip Lentz. Miss Terry Abert, -.r.d Mrs Albert Laufer. vice president-. Mrs Louis Joseph. Mrs Anne Reiff. Miss Ann Chester ar.d Mrs Augusta Freidberg. %  *cretanes. Mrs. Sidney Ritter man. outgoing president, chaplain. Installation chairman is Mr* Sally Cooper. Mrs Max LeVine is hospitality chairman Guest speaker will be Mrs. Mane Moranor. whose daughter is a patient at the National Home in Denver. Joseph Malek will entertain following refreshments. Funds raise i by tne women of the local chapter help pay for care and treatment of the nation's ser iously ill asthmatic children and also help support research work on allergies towing s'ate of officers for the ..• .. r. of Hadassah e instilled PreII'. S :: Miami rice presidents, Mrs ci Miami. Mrs man. of West Pa'm leach Mrs. Euddy Levine, "f Ope Kennedy. Mrs. Irving wVssman I Tsmpa. Mrs Dorothy Krieger Fink, of Miami Beach Mrs Jack Reznik. cf Tampa, rer. Mrs Marshall Ker.t. of Clearwater. recordi?.. secretary: Mrs. Earl Brown, of Hollywood, corresponding secretary: parliamentarian. Mrs. Avner Lewis Orlando. Delegate-at-larae. ..;r= Fred Jonas. Miami Beach: Miss Marguerite Marx. Miami Beach. Mrs Joseph Milton. Miami: Mrs Hyman Robert?. West Palm Beach: Mrs. Oscar Bindell. Ft. Lauderdale: Mrs Lester Wi-hnatzki. Polk County Plcr.ni.-.c :o: the Flonda Region of Hadassah conference ere seated left to riant Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, membership vice president, end Mrs. Irwin Liss. president. Standinq left to right, are Mrs. Dorothy Kreiger Fink, vice president: Mis. Nat Barth. president. Micrr.i Beach Chapter Mrs. Samuel Z. Sc' Miami will held it-. %  ..• %  ..ition of officer* or: day evening. Apr 30. at Inn. 7500 SW 8tn St Mrs Alfred Reich and pa-t president. BB". .5 an Samuel Niebere. vi<. .dent of BB District Gran | o. will bring greetings. Ceremony will be cor. : Mr-. David Sherper. pa-: •ent and counselor of O Miami, who will install Mrs .n Sachs for a second vpresident Other officer* on the I rogram vice president -. George Gordon; treasurer I .. -ecor.d year. Mrs. Robert recording secretary. Mrs Feldman: corresponding 'ar> Mrs David Shwiller mentariar.. MrArthur Bassmao Chairman of the affu George Gordon, president lom Chapter Co-chairma:. Harold Feldman. presidenl ; n:ngo Chapter, is in -\ations Game Night t Sunday r I GOOD DAIRY SHOPPERS BUY BREAKSTONE'S (just as they always have) Pamper your taste for the best with the quality flavor of really fine dairy foods! For brunch, lunch, supper or snack, you'll enjoy the extra fresh, creamy richness of Breakstone's. Good dairy belongs on your table. One delicious way, or another —always serve Breakstone's. good dairy to*you from Gala game night will be held Sunday. 8 p rr. at Temple B'nai Abraham.



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Friday, April 24, 1964 • Jenlsti ftoridkin Paqe 3-B Among the more than 600 leaders of Greater Miami Jewry present at the Israel Independence Dinner on Sunday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel were (left to riqht) Mrs. Mac Gache; Mrs. Sam Rost, chairman of the Arrangements Committee; Mrs. Sam Blank, recipient with her husband of the State of Israel Medallion of Honor; and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, co-chairman with her husband of the Cpmmittee of Hosts for the sponsoring Israel Bonds Organization. All the women are Trustees of Israel for 1964. Teacher Chosen To Attend Meet Mrs. Ilgrjjort Cornm. member of the Beth Torah Congregation Preschool Department, has been chosen as a delegate to the Saucus Convention in Oklahoma City to be held on Apr. 21. Mrs Comm has been an instructor at Beth Torah Congregation during the past two years, and is a member of the Greater Miami Pre-School Synagogue Teachers Council affiliated with the Bureau of Jewish Education, of which Mrs. Lee Brandeis serves as president and Mrs. Sidney Keshlansky, Beth Torah Pre-School supervisor, serves as vice president. Registration for Beth Torah Pre-School will be taken starting Monday. Apr. 27, and continue through the month of May. Beth Torah Kindergarten has introduced the new methods of mathematics and science in its school curriculum. Mrs. Sidney Keshlansky, pre-school supervisor of Beth Torah Congregation, conqratulates Mrs. Herbert Comm on being chosen as a delegate from the Pre-School Synagogue Teachers Council to the Saucus Convention at Oklahoma City held on Tuesdcy. : FREE FROM YUBAISI WFREE TRIP TO ISRAEL 2 Round Trip Fares from New York VIA PAN AMERICAN AND CONNECTING JET You'll fly to Europe to your choice of London. Paris or Rome—on a Pan American Jet Clipper —World Most Experienced Airline. Then on to Tel Aviv via connecting Jet airline. 500. %  ww/lK M^PLUS CASH BONUS See condition! below ENTER AS OFTEN AS YOU LIKE ADRAWIN6-N0TAC0NTEST O FFI C IAL RULES 1. Use entry blank or writ* your name and address clearly on a plain piaca of papar. Mail to: VUBAN BO. Box 3700 Grand Cantral Station, N.V.C., N.Y. 10017 2. You may anter a* oftan ai you wish, but aach antry must ba mailed in a separate envelop*. 3. All entries must be postmarked not later than midnight June 30th, and received no later than July 15, 1964. 4. Entry is open to all in U S. except where prohibited by local law Entry is also prohibited to employees of General Foods Corporation and its advertising agencies and their family members. 5. The prize winner will be selected on Friday. July 17th, by blindfold drawing, supervised by the Israel Government Tourist Agency. Its selection is final. 6. The prize award of 2 round trip fares from New York to Israel via Pan American Airlines includes stopover privileges in many European countries. 7. The prize will ba awarded as stated and th* winner will be notified by mail. 8. This drawing is subject to all federal, state and local regulations. SPECIAL: HERE'S NOW TO WIN $500.00 BONUS A $500.00 caah bonus will ba awarded tp the winner if the antry is accompanied with an Instant Yuban label or with the word "YUBAN" written in block letters on a plain piece of paper. FREE BOOKLET WITH PURCHASE OF YUBAN COFFEE Dozens of pictures and thrilling words! This booklet shows how the ancient Jewish heritage is reflected in the magnificent achievements of modern Israel. Deeply impressive for young and old alike. IT I 0 gro#' IYUBAN-/.W [YUBAN] F/YUBANH 700% Colombian coffee. Every sip a Simcha! THf MFMIUM COFFff OF GENf (ML FOODS ci-it, '•• £ If Booklet Is not available at jtour store, send Instant Yuban label with your nama and address to: YUBAN: THE JEWISH FLORIDJAN P.O. Box W73, Miami, Fla. 33101 *•*?-* %  4



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Page 4-B rjenistncrkfidn Friday. April 24, 1964 By EDYTHE SCHINDLER She Reigns Magnificently on South Beach Hail to the Chief. On the South Shore of Miami Beach, where the Chief reigns, the com-1 munrty is an ensemble of divergent traditions, skills, needs and potential. But each component— the aged and the young, the unemployed and the unemployable, the exile, as well as the resident and tourist—all follow the same drummer Votes are garnered. Civic projects are propelled from conception to actuality by relentless prosecution. And honorary though the title may be, no politician worth his platitudes discounts the Chief's power. Lena Mintzes. seventy-two years old. is Honorary Chief of Lena M^^es accepts an award from Beach Councilman D. Lee South Miami Beach. Powell as husband Joseph Mintzes looks on. For thirty-four years. Lena Mintzes has patrolled the alleys and by ways of the South Shore. Armed only with the most unsophisticated weaponry, she has guarded and enlarged the area's geographical and spiritual bor(iirDropping the chicken feet she was scalding in the kitchen sink. Mrs. Mintzes flipped through a -:..ik of five-hundred postal card she'd just finished addres.• i make the transition from .vile to political lobbyist with effortless dexterity. Housewife First "Each morning I get up and do my housework." she said, "then I cook my supper. During the day I go. I go to City Hall, to the hospital, to get petitions signed, to find a job for some poor guy. I work But evennight I'm home to eat supper with my husband." Miami Beach harbors untold numbers of organizations. You name it—and Lena Mintzes has either founded it. presided over it. or resurrected it. Her first venture into organization work took place in Ni York City when she was a girl of twenty. There, she organized the women's division of the Workmen'.Circle. "But even as a little girl," she >ai J "I wanted to help people: I wanted to give. 1 couldn't help myself." When Mr. and Mrs Mintzecame to Miami Beach from New York, they purchased a modest frame bungalow at 815 Fourth St.. where they still live. It was Miami's late Mayor Abe Aronovitz. who lent Lena Mintzes the' money to construct a four-unit apartment house next to their i home. Protesting that she and her husband do not need much, she admits that they contribute more than they csn afford to organizations and needy people. Still an Inspector l'p until ten years asc (irked for a real estate office on Lincoln Rd.. and today she •still an inspector for the Citj and county during election time. Mr-. Mintzes founded the South Shore Citizens Club eleven years ago. Its purpose was to facilitate the construction of Pier Park on Miami Beach. (Of course. Pier Park was built • Lena Mintzes laid its cornerstone. Four years ago. she started her campaign to build a Miami Beach Health Center. "I was weary." she said, "of watching old people here on South Beach suffer and some die for lack of close-by medical help. I've had them die in my arms in the streets. I had to do something about it." Thankful for Help Now. soon there will be a Health Center on 6th St and Collins Ave. The City donated the ground and both the Federal and County governments gave funds. It will be supervised by the county. "But let me say that I'm proud of my City Hall and the county and men like Chuck Hall. Al Gordon and Tom O'Malley. Without them. I couldn't do what I've done, what I've SMII to iMr-. Mintzes belong! to I ty-two organizations. Sin th ..: Greal J I Beach member of Both Jacob • I'fe mei Jewish Home for The Age.; she works with the Hebrew .ing and Immigrant Aid S the Pioneer Women of Midtril Beach and is founder and idenf df"th* -Senior Citiz; sociation of Miami Beach And when she tells the L Rd. merchants she won -hup there if they prevent ol from sitting on the Mall, better watch out. Wha -ays. Lena does, and sxi ej South Beach. Ke*pin s Busy "I keep busy." Lena Mintzes said. "I put stop lights othe Beach, benches at bus stopr. Tenth St. I put fifty benches and trees. City Hall never Nfusea me. They always cooperate I find jobs for people. I bring people to the hospital, even to St. Francis. I go often to court to protect people. I take rat the drunkards and get them job-. I go to the churches on holidays and make a little donat/T. lor the poor. I don't care abo'it color, race or religion. Only i hate the Communists." Once, with two inspecorat her heels. Lena Mintzes stormed through the back alleys or Beach to require landlordto provide covered garbage for their tenantShe der a clean and neat South B T her home, and she h : all her lite to betthat home and all who live in it. Still erect, with .. leather; L tzes pinpoints r.< tai. in with energy and HAPPY NEW TASTE! Coral Chapter Donor Luncheon Coral Chapter of Miami, American Medical Center at Denver, has scheduled its annual donor award luncheon for Wednesday noon at the Deauville Hotel. Fo 1 I o w i n g presentation of awards to project chairmen by Mrs Jules Weston. president. Mrs. Joe Nurenberg. vice president in charge of the afternoon, will introduce professional entertainment. Mrs. Irving Rubinstein. Mrs. Murry Harrison and Mrs. Harry B. Schwartz have been selected to represent the chapter at the national convention to be held in Denver in August. Surfside Production Circuit Players will present "Separate Rooms." a comedy by J. Carole and A. Dinehart. at the Surfside Community Center on Apr. 26 through 30. Gertrude Marx is directing the production, which features Bunni Caroll and Lou Hyman. Life Founder Hosts Board Recently nominated honorary life founder president of the Community Women's Club, SurfsideBal Harbour-Bay Harbour Islands. Mrs Milton Levinsohn was host to the club's outgoing Board of Directors at a luncheon in her home. 9440 Carlyle Ave., on Thursday. Apr. 16. Most recent project completed by the group was equiping and maintaining an emergency first aid room in the Surfside Community Center. %  Wiggery' Theme Of JWVA Meet | A presentation of "wiggery" by Susan Kenton's Wig Center of North Miami Beach was to be the featured program of an open meeting of the Colonel David Marcus Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans of the United States. Mrs. Al Rahman, president, said the meeting was to take place Thursday evening at Congregation B'nai Raphael, 1401 NW 183rd St. An explanation of the advantages and varieties of modern trigger) was to be given by Susan Kenton. of the Wig Center, followed by modeling of representative selections by auxiliary members. Mrs. Herbert Gopman, Mrs. Sheldon, Willis, and Mrs. Mel Weiss. A series of membership teas i are planned by Mrs Irwin Geller, senior vice president of the group. 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Friday. April 24, 1964 hwist Ftcr/dUnn Page 5-B Outstanding Citizens Awards List Names Of Dade Countians Vying for Honors "Pure as the Driven Snow," by Paul Loomis, will be presented at Temple Beth Sholom Auditor.um on Saturday evening. In the basket, and why Mrs. Bennett Lee is there, will be revealing during the proce?dings Saturday. Left to right are Charlotie Voqel, Esther Commanday, Harvey Kramer, Shirley Friedman, Lthel Wolk, Leon Unger, who directed the play, and Judy Gerard. Program following will be conducted by Sam Rudt and Sam Slavin. Chairman is James Knopke. Evening is under the auspices of the Sisterhood, with Mrs. Leo Levin, president. Proceeds are for the Religious School Subsidy Fund. Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, receives an oil painting by Samuel Grodensky on the occasion of hi3 recent birthday. Makinq the presentation in behalf of the Sisterhood of Beth Sholom *s Mrs. David Drucker, chairmen of the Art Committee. (See story, Page 1-B.) 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Proceeds go to the vocational education program in the Seligsberg School in Israel. In charge of reservations is Miss Gertrude Wilensky. Mrs. Norman Meyers is president. Morton Towers Group will hold a card party at the Morton Towers Card Rooms North and South on Monday at 1 p.m. There will be prizes. President is Mrs. Samuel S. Goldberg. • Deborah Group luncheon and card party on Tuesday noon will be held at the home of Mrs. Morris Lansburgh. 4887 Pinetree Dr. Proceeds are marked for the eye bank project. Reservations chairman is Mrs. Ay Ivan Lazarus. Jmport*i from Thoune, Switzerland, by tha Garbar Cheeaa Co., Inc., N.Y. Officers to Be Installed Friday New officers of Tifereth Israel -i tcrhood will be installed by Rabbi Henry B. Wernick on Friday evening following services. Slate, headed by Mrs. Ruby | Kutun. president, includes Mrs. I. Schlissei, Mrs. Al Kurzban. Mrs. lien Weinstock, vice presidents; j Mrs. Al First, treasurer: Vrs I Mary Seligman. Mrs. Lily LasKr. Mrs Faith Atlas and Mrs. Lila ',-tor, secretaries. Mrs. Kutun will conduct the; regular Sisterhood meeting to be! held in the Social Hall on Mon-; clay. Nominations lor Dade County's OuUtapding Citizens have closed with leading men and women nomi%  ated by the civic an.1 service organizations of Dade County. The awards will be presented on May 4 at a luncheon at the Dupont ."laza, it was announced by Sanford M. Swerdlin. chairman of the Vwards Committee and permanent secretary to the Alumni Associa :ion, which will be joined by two nore outstanding citizens at the uncheon. Former Florida Gov. Leroy Collins and new president of the National Association of Broadcasters, will be principal speaker. Under the leadership of Sholem ndge. B'nai Biilh. over 300 or.ani'zation's in Dade County have' '.ctively participate;! in the nomi lating of the candidates, who represent a cross-section of civic SITI ice in Dade County. Two awards are given annually o the man and woman who have lerformed the most outstanding ingle function for the good and velfare of the entire Dade County ommunity during the preceding year. Elected or appointed officials who receive compensation for the work done are not eligible for nomination. Patron, as has been the custom since the inception of the award, is the Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association, Joseph M. Lipton, president. Permanent judges are George Beebe. managing editor, Miami Herald; Ralph Renick, vice president, WTVJ; and Fred K. Shochet, publisher and editor, The Jewish Floridian. Nominations have been received for the following named persons, all of whom will be honored guests along with the past recipients at the luncheon .to be addressed by Gov. Collins: MRS. WILLIAM O. MEHRTENS, for her work wuh I nited Kuml ami Cuban Relief. MRS. FAYE NEWALK. for work with Variety Children's Hospital ami Helping Hand* Club, on assistance t.i tinneedy. MRS. DOROTHY MERTENS. f..r ork with Hi.i>hysically-handicai>ped and the sustaining ..f Craft Colony, l!i MRS AARON FARR. fur Interfaith cooperation ami understanding; ami the O I Neighbor Division of, I'nlted Fund. MRS. JAMES A. PAIT. for establishment "f the program called "Wldii Horizons" directed towards the raising of Hi. scholastic level in Dade Coun(> Schools. MRS. EDWARD BiNAi, for her pffoi H iii establishing the friends I'omniltte which provides assist-I ance In p..t. ntial suli I.I. MRS. FLORENCE FOX, for her work :ili ill.State Coinmittei on the ICnipli %  I. in ..f i n.I'h I landlcapped SERVED IN A GLASS OR A COP TETLEY TEA 0 A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 MRS. CHARLES FINKELSTEIN. i.ir iii.school ayatem analyi suiting in iii.upgrading of school ^\-t ndards. MRS. ELIZABETH GOWEN. father ivorji ,..i American Hei-ltagi l-: %  i is.'.n. ass irlng a;! persons a right to coun el i i.ih. WILLIAM C. THOMPSON. .... r.. "nisi I i. ih ..f local, state ami • al • mpl,> m. ir of phj nicailj nandlriippi .1 acth itios. MAX FRIEDSON. fOl .--l.. I.!i ii iio-n I • the Sen v Ixens Si n • I'mi. r BING KOSSOFF, for civic leadership identified with the establlshiii. nt of .,I,.I ipii npporl unities. MICHAEL SHORES, for his services to the health ..f Dade Count) as chairman of the Metropolitan Dade Counts Hoi p ..II A rl\ Isory Board and the Florence Crittenton Home of I Mil.I '.Mini \ LEO STEINMAN, for ..ik With i li •• underprivileged, particularly young i pie, evidenced bv a $25,000 swimmfng i I at Kendall and the title ..r "Big Brother uf the Court at Yonili Mill, coupled with Ins a.captain r responsibility for in fost.-i wins, GEORGE B. SLICK, for imiuinlt> service t.. North Miami Beach and ih.* economy. ADIAH A. CHURCH, for services on the Council ..r the Retarded Children Society ..i Dade County, and thv establlshnienl of a da} nursery for retarded children. MAURICE "DOC" KLEIN, for eontin, d maintenance ..f the Miami lieach 8er\ ic< Center which celebrute* iis 12th anniversary under his guidance, EDWARD W. BRAMSON. for the. establishment of the liar. Blood Club. which fills the i is ..f personi requiring the unusual or unique blood type in order to maintain their hve> RAYMOND W. BUTLER. JR., for tha revltaltsatlon of the Metropolitan Transit AuthoritJ and the consolidation of many of the community serviees. JAMES A. RYDER, for reorganisation of l.-a.l. i slap in the Dade County Citizens Safety Council, Which leadership resulted in the establishment of the Council and its ability t>< continue to be active. GEN. E. ARTHUR EVANS. I..r the ae.-oiiipli.slim.-nt of a "first" In I ...!.County, the attaining <.f 101.2 per. • in ..f id. i'nlted Fund goal, which goal was $3,000,000, and which realised, under his leadership, $3,Ofev$85, Reservations for the luncheon cajgj be mad.In lulling the office .of SI,..I. HI Lodge, L-angford Building. 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TFriday, April 24. 1964 tJewisli fhrkfinitf Page 7-E ^ocialit Continued from Page 1-S \ ate life, Mrs. Alan Rcskin. will be her 10-yeni-old son. David... While at home, teen-age son lharles, who plays five Instruments and has won prizes in competition, will spend the summer making preparations to enter .Inilliard School of Music in September And Joan's moth* er, Mrs. Catherine Field, of Nor mandie Isle, after seeing her dau&'hter and grandson off, will start her yearly jaunt to visit her other children ... A daugh ler in Washington. D.C., a son who is a colonel in the Army stationed in Virginia, and another daughter in San Francisco where there will be the added excitement of a grandson's wedding. Another in a round of happy •larties for bride elect Beverly Rovenger to be given by her fume groom's mother and sister Mrs. Rose Du.-hkin and Mrs, Milton Weinstein tendering bridal luncheon on Sunda) at the Algiers Guests feting -he future Mrs. Irwin Dushkln nclude her grandmothers. Mrs. Helen Belaeaier and Mrs. Bess PTA Council Will View Objectives Representatives ol Sisterhoods iin Thursday, Apr. 30. 10 a.m., at Temple Menorah, according to an announcement by Joseph Cohen, president of the Bureau of Jewish Education. The meeting has been called by the Council of PTA's of the Bureau to bring together representatives of the two congregational groups in order to clarify the ob( uetives and functions of each, and to gain better liaison between them They will also discuss the recent trend of incorporating parent groups within Sisterhoods and to suggest methods of retaining in •lus set-up the important function; the PTA. The meeting will be chaired by Mrs Norman L. Harrow, president I the Council of PTA's, Rodney Motel \ and Apartments OCEAN-FRONT HOME \ vy\ Isabel w n rove 9349 COLLINS AVE. SURFSIDE UN 4-2232 4 4 < 4 4 4 4 4 PORTOI i\o SENDS GREETINGS TO ALL HIS FRIENDS on the Observance of the 16th ANNIERSARY of the STATE OF ISRAEL 16th Anniversary Greetings to the State of Israel from AUTOMATIC GAS 13090 N.W. 7th AVE. MU 1-4638 Rovenger Also Miss Marion Rovenger, Mrs. Edith Nlelse, Mrs, Charles Beckwitl. Mrs, Sylvia Kkinack. Mrs. Sam Gottlieb, Mrs. Sue Nagcl, Miss Kit ty Falk, Mrs. Sam Eiseman, tars. s> Kaplan and Mrs. Mary Weinkle Spending the week in Jamaica are Nikki and Jack Press Jr., \\ ho %  <. to ihe iiup.cai isia..,, with friends Carole and Stuart Rubin They'll all-be home by Sunday. • On the cultural front in Miami Beach. Ruby Fogel (Mrs. Jack Levkoff) will be featured as Poet of the Month in the May issue of the Coconut Grove's arty magazine, "The Village Post" She'll be represented by a poem which originally appeared in the Summer issue of the Southwest Review, a lit'rary journal Well-known local artist Reyna Youngerman has some of her work included in the fourth annual Fine Arts Exhibition at the Miami Museum of Science and Natural History And her daughter, sculptor Judy Gindy, i:. showing some of her works at Richard's Art Gallery on the Lincoln Mall From the Eternal City, the itinerant Hellers, Diane and Dan. who is National Commander of Jewish War Veterans, a post card in which he reports an audience with the Pope in which matters pertaining to the Ecumenical Council doubtless were discussed. Temple Menorah Will Install Revitz To Fifth Term as President Sunday Temple Menorah's annual celebration banquet will feature an award evening, as well as installation ceremonies. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will instil Maurice Revitz for a iifth term as president. Mrs. Elsie Belsky will be honored "for her distinguished service to Temple as Sisterhood president," while Jack I. Korenblit will receive a tribute as chairman of the Temple's journal. Not shown are Mrs. Hyman Rergad and Mrs. Elsie Wolf, who have acted as chairmen cf the Women's Division. Temple Menorah will install its newly elected officers, directors .ind advisors at the Temple's celebration banquet at the Dcauvllle Hotel on Sunday night. Rabbi Mayer Abrawoitz, spiritual leader, will act a installing officer. Ma'T'e* Rw'tf. president-elect. will be installed in an unprece-' ,iciiteu 11... %  HI in alempie pies ident. Sol Frankel w ill be installed as i vice president; Max Krauss. honorary president; honorary vice presidents. Irving Billig. Morris | Black. Sam Fuchs. Joseph Mans; bach. L-onTd Rosen, and Abraham Selecoff. Treasurer. Louis DeCoveny: secretary. Jack Hurstein; financial secretary. Louis Reinstein; : assistant financial secretary. Jos-1 cph Denmark: and past president, A. Louis Meehlowitz. New members of the Board of Directors are Michael Bronstein. liimen Fenster. Jaime Goldenberg, Morns Hock. David Klei-j man. Dr. Sigmund Klein. Jack I. Korenblit. Uberto Orvieto, Harry Ri >nfi II. Sam Scbiffman, Al Sherman. Milton Singer and Maurice Weil. Holdovers are David Alpcr, Morris Berger, Nathaniel Glickman. s a m u e I Graubart, Fmanuel Labowitz, Jerry Lelchuk, Samuel Malow, Jacob Matz. Charles Sommer, Saul Strachman, and Jerrj Sussman. Bo rd "i Advisors v hich re ;u larly meets with the board ol the remple are Mrs. Elsie Belsky and Hyman Bergad, Abraham Block. Isadcr? P.lofstein. Sol Bragar. William Carmel, tsadore Drell. Maivin Englander, Sam Goldstein, Dr. Eli Galitz. Isaac Hirsch. Sam Jaftee, Dr. Stanley Jonas. Murray Kern. Harry J\ Kniuht. Joseph [Cornfield, David Miller, Marcus Paul'-on, David Postal. Abraham Rabinowitz, Julius Resnick, Norman Shipiro, X David Snyderman. Herman Solomon, Alan C. straton. Morris Tessler ami l) Wilbuh Wishner. To receive "Distinction of Merit'' citations will be .lack i. Korenblit, who served as Men s Division chairman ol the Temple journal, and Mrs. Hyman Bergad arid Mrs. Essie Woll. who represented Sisterhood's participation In a Temple fund-raising project. Mrs. Elsie Belsky will be honored "for her devoted service as Sisterhood president for a record tourth term. Nathaniel Glickman. who served as chairman of the board and School Board lor four terms, will be honored for "meritorious service." as well as Jack Burstein, who has been secretary of the congregation and served on ever) major committee. Irving Billig will receive spe ial recognition "for his valuable service to the Temple in his artistic creations lor the Temple Bulletin." Mrs. Lawrence Weston will serve as chairman ol the banquet E tcitainmeiit will be by the I lan ol Rickey Lane and Velvel toi Edward Klein will sin;; musical portions ol the program Ner Tomid Ladies In Donor Affair Ner Tamid Sisterhood dum luncheon will be held on Wedne* da) noun at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. M Carlton Blake, vice 1 president in charge ol donor, will make the presentations and awardto the patron donors. Program for the afternoon will include the show. "Milk and Honey." currently at the Playhouse Assisting Mrs. Blake are Alesdames Loujs Cohen. Donald Prichason and Eugene Schwarz. Mrs. Henrietta Fine is president, Beth David Ladies In Donor Luncheon On Apr. 30th •How Beautiful Our Heritage My Cup Runneth Over" will be the theme of the annual donor luncheon "I the Beth David Sis iood "ii thursdaj noon. Apr. •i the Fontaine Room ol the Fontainebjeau Hotel. Members who have earned or paid the equivalent of "chai' will be honored Rabbi Norman N Shapiro, spiritual leader at Beth David, will be uest speaker Chairmen of the day are Mrs. Walter Falk and Mrs Morns Rabinow itz. GREETINGS FROM M. B. CIRLIN, AA.D. 4875 N.W. 7th AVE. Ph. 754-8811 Women's League Meeting Newly-organized South Flori !a Chapter of the WomenLeague lor Israel was to h Id a meeti I lor Miami Beach members on Thursday, i p.m., in th auditorium of Washington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave. Book Review Series Begin Prances Abrams will launch the first Of a series of book review nights at the Belle Plaza with "The Day They Shook the I'lum Tree.' | the life story of Hetty Green, on [ Sunday evening at 8 p.m. Mrs. Abrams and her husband. Fred, have been residents of Miami Beach for 30 years, and have vivid personal recollections of Hetty Green, the Miami Beach eccentric billionaire who came to be known as the wizard of Wall Street. 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Page -8-B Imistrtcridiair Frtday. April 24 1364. NAOMI WOMAN OF THE WEEK Naomi Fink rail} didn't realize that she was a girl when she lived in New Jersey where she was born She had two older brothers, who considered her one of the gang, so she was included in all of their activities. From the time she learned to write, she always had a pencil in her hand. She studied piano at the Juilhard School of Music. At age eight, Naomi gave a piano recital, and was the only piano major who could sing. When she was twelve, the family moved to Beverly Hills. Calif., where she continued writing children's stories and acting in plays in high school. But her whole life now centered around swimming and water ballet. She was on the swimming team for three years until .-he suddenly decided she wanted to look like a girl—sans red-chlorincd eyes and stringy wet hair all of the time. The swimming had to go. Now it was time for college. Off went Naomi to Colorado University at Boulder Dam. During the summer months, sjie modeled. Then along came Dick Fink, driving out to the coast with his mother. Dorothy Krieger Fink, and that grand old lady who will never be forgotten in this town. Mrs. Moses Klicger Naomi and Dick met on Friday. Five days later, they eloped to Nevada and were married. They moved to Miami and started to raise a family. Richard is 10. Julie is 7. and Jonathan is two and a half. Naomi confesses she didn't know the first thing about housekeeping One day her mother came to visit, locked the door, and in one day Naomi learned how to clean up. She picked up the cooking bit by herself and is proud that so far there haven't been any complaints Then she treat to the university here for a degree in English and educatijn. It took seven years to complete two years of work because of time off for babies. Today, her life is a lull one. She's writing a book of short stones about children, -he's sold three television scripts to 'Lca\e it to Beaver. and from time to time does a little substitute teaching. She designs her own clothes, an occupation she launched when she couldn't find exactly what ;he wanted. Naomi and Dick spend a lot of time with the children They like to go out lor a quiet leisurely dinner with one or two other couples and spend the evening in conversation, which runs the gamut from show business all the way up and down the line. Naomi also sells art vork for several art galleries, and is interested in each new exhibit as it comes along. She is active in the Theater Art League but works mostly on the Board of the Young Patrons of the Opera, with a spot job now and then for other organization; Naomi says it is time to prepare for her old age. And. since her mother is an attorney. Naomi has decided that she will go to law school and become a lawyer—the next -must" on the agenda Discussion Group Honors Leyton Great Books Discussion Group "t Surfside Community Center has honored Arthur Leyton. leader of tr.e group, "for his zealous earnestness and warmth in holding the stimulating interest of its growing membership."' In addition to a gold certificate. Leyton was presented with a poem written for the occasion by Mr? Paula Nelson Rosenberg. Hyman Cieon. a retired engir made an illuminated plaque poem as a further tribute to Leyton. The function was held at the home of Mrs Eve SapolMiss Rita Grossman Plans May 24 Wedding With Atty. Leonard Lefkort The engagement of Miss Rita Esther Grossman to Leonard J. Lefkort. both of New York City, has been announced by her moth€i. Mrs. Ethel Grossman, of Miami A May 24 wedding in New York is planned. Miss Grossman, daughter also of the late Maurice Grossman, of Miami, is executive secretary of the National Committee of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. She was formonj assistant to r of information of the Israel Delegation to the I'nited Nations, and served lor several years as news editor oi The J Floridian. \ cum laude graduate of the University of Miami, where she aeditor of the Hurricane. Mi.-s Grossman received a Master of Science degree from the Medill Schorl of Journalism. Northwestern University. Evanston. III. She is the author of two children's books, "The Adventures of Salty Sam the Wooden Sailor."' and •Fish I Have Met and El Mr. Lekforl is the son of the te Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Li k inrt. He .'a.raciuated cum laude from the College of the City of Ni-.\ York and received his LLB egret from Harvard Law School. During World War II. he served with the Army Counter-intelligence Corps. He is associated with the law firm of Gilbert and Gilbert in New York City Wen MIS. DAVID MOCD Moed, Prosan Exchange Vows MKS. )OC KOPLON The marriage of Barbara Jean Prosan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Milton Prosan. 2121 No. Baysbore Dr., and David I. Moed. n Mr. and Mrs. Louis Moed. Gainesville, took place on Saturdav. Apr 18 Held at the Dupont Plaza Hotel, where a reception followed, the late evenins ceremony was performed b> Rabbi Morris A Skop For the nuptials, the bride wore •n elegante peau ce soie candle !:;ht gown featuring a controlled Koplon, Brawer Rites in Alabama Rabbi Swirsky to Talk Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center will hold a regular meeting on Tuesday night in the Social Hall. Rabbi S. T. Swirsky will speak on his recent trip to Israel, illustrating his talk with slides LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CO/.TffiCTi'JG • niPAinihG Serving Oiat Covftfy 0*r 25 Yejn 1811 S.W. 14* ST. HI 6-9904 Beth David Youth in Plans Beth David Y og Adults will launch the 'ummer season with a >pla-h party and weiner roa-t at the Lombards Hotel on Saturday May 2 B 20 to S3 participate in the I include ming and dan,. Sandra Merl • Brawer and Joe Xvrum Koplon were married at the Fairmont Club in Birmingham. Ala., or. Mar. 22. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Josepti Brawer 1830 SW 24th Ter Miami Her husband's parents are Mr and Mrs Sam Kocion. Birmingham. Maid of honor was Judith Kay Hyman. of Cincinnati. O Ethel Anne Goldstein, of Jackson. Miss was bridesmaid. Susan and Cind) Koplon. nieces of the bridegroom. vere flower girls. Their bn Scott, served ~ring bearer The senior Mr. Koplon was his • Rabbi Blech's Engagement Told Announcement is made of the mgagement ul Rabbi Abral Blech and MisPrances Hunk New York City The bride-elect is a graduate of Beth Jacob School in New York, has attended the Teacher s Institute of Yesbiva University and is presently a student at Brooklvn College. Rabbi Blech received his Snvcha from Rabbi Moshe Feinstein of the Mtsivta Tefereth Jerusalem in New York. He was a straight A student at Brooklyn College and is continuing his studies at the University of Miami He is education director of Young Israel of Greater Miami No date for the wedding has been set son's best man. and ushers included David koplon. cf Birmingham, and David Green oi New Ur leans, brother and cousin 11 r.he jroom. and Mark Brawi r Mibrother sirs K.ploi. a senior : -ity of A: S -ma Delta Tau • s been elected to *"' v %  Vinong American I'mersil %  and College Mr. Phi Epsilon Pi. U me Sclt Commerc jit; i gradual %  %  %  ''• %  ill Kve in On her husuan i has — ilhte Coiin thi r exec iTam Mrs. No.km Due in Readings Mrs Harrj M Schwartz, president, will conduct the last |< tral meeting of the season Of Hatikva Chapter of Mizrachi Women on Tuesdaj n.irn at the Ritz Plaza Hotd Leah Notkin will presxnt Of her works dedicated to the state of Israel. "The Promised Land a dramatic historical outline of Israel and the Jewish pecple presented b> memo* rs -kirt with beaded alenc Irtxlicc and ebow sleeveand a tachable train bordered wit! ed alencoa lace. The n itel .-•lencon lace headpiece a triple layer of Pfer don, and the bridal bouq (I made up of white orch.: trailing i\ > Attendants included Car : odman, maid of honor Shan slaw, Hazel Co he -h rley Cohen. briJesmaiciV Serko'Mtz served as beman. and Marvin Have. Richard ProRichard E.-bitt. uro'sman and Robert M lask) i-herid 1h.' new Mr-. Mood is i grad•ate of Coral Gables sen: %  h ere she served as presiier.; ol n BBC. and < -ended Dace or College and L'niver it) A erad;:.Tte of 1i;ne>.H'gh, where ht of Ke>. the i>r: legman i i •indent at the L'niven tj rids and plans to er •-• ni vers.it y's Law School in I i m their rel irn from a %  in trip to New York C -<• %  • at 1 -" KE •t u e Game-'. Kanters Reveal Karen's Betrothal Mi and Mrs Bernard SW th St annoni agement of their da Karen Franco, to Dr. > likov, son of ftfn Fa: \ Flushing, L.I and Harry E Cho.'ikov. The future bride, who f< taught in Dade County. teaching in Massapequa. L attended the University oi da and araduated from the I versit) of Miami. The prospective bridegr led New York Untversi • and graduated from Columbia Diver-t\ and Boston College of ling iplanned for Jul PRIVATE & SEV. PRIVATE SPANISH LESSONS REGOJO Call: CE 8-2449 or TU 7-2805 Springtime Mini-Group DANCE PARTY If Von Want t* I-COUK a D-ncer Came to 0\>r Newest end Mast Poaulot Donee Cijb %  Wlwrt Select Sul>nesi end Pi9't%'. O'.i! Pcp!l M*-' TH,. Fr*ndl Once Weekly ,t.n.g S 30 >*i, 2 MOW Ufwc offintD r CHRIS DALTON TEl. Wt 6-7711 SMEMT FROWTiNAC HOTEl 65 St. 4. Co..'-s Ave V.Beach Miss Horenbein Is Engaged Mr and Ma. Samuel J. H ::2S atutinj \-< Tn Island, announce the engagement ci their daughter Linda Bunn.v to >:;art Jasun Seller >on of Mr and Mr.Paul Seller, Buffalo, NY The bridj a graduate of Beach High and was an art student in New York. The prospective bridegroom attended Erie Technical Coll. Buffalo An August wedding is being planned. Dr. and Mrs. Sid Adler will a reception at the Kings Bav Country Club ARDMORE 1 STUDIO ESTABL'SMEO S'NC* -*: JE1-3415 Specie *• Goto* • "EDDINGS • BAR M1TZVAHS • PORTRAITURE COMMERCIAL COPIES 738 ARTHUR GODFREY RD •.• A-.3EAC W



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Friday, April 24. 1964 *.Jcn>M hyrk§i?tn Page 9-B <£,Jitlt Zi F RENCH and Jade Rooms of the Fontainebleau Hotel were Hie sotting ior the "April Shower of Fashion" presented by the Beacon Unit of the Woman's Corps ol Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute of Miami. Chairman of the day was Mrs. Allan Black, who greeted guests wearing ,a hand-made ribbon knit which she finished just in' lime lor the -how. It was in kcharcoal and white ilk and in the classic sheath style with a scooped neck and short sleeves. President of the group. Mrs. Herman Tannenbaum, was in an iced i>i:ik moygashel linen sheath with a silk chiffon scarf in re.is : and pinks encircling her round| cd neckline. Mrs. Morty Spain's |pink silk knit was in an iridescent fabric with a high jeweled |neckline and long sleeves. A lite silk ensemble from Hong %  Kong was worn by Mrs. RayImond Korngold. Her silk sheath Iliad a matching sweater with apkl'qued red satin bows. Emcr laid jreen was the color choice lot Mrs. David Rose. In silk, her |>heath tunic was the seveniT-hths-length over self-fabric, Iwith a deep "V" neckline ending in a .-clf-covcred oversized button. Gold, moss green an.l orange blended into tP.e watcrcolor print shift which Mrs. Oscar Hammer chose lor the dessert-style show. Her cotton featured the softlytailored look. Mrs. Sidney Harman's ensemble featured a shocking pink jacket over a black silk sheath skirt. Her jacket was fitted and hip-length, and was trimmed with large jet buttons. An abstract print in magenta and purple was selected by Mrs. Anthony Carillo, the sleeveless shift featuring a cowled neckline. Foliage green and f white combined in the ensemble worn by Mrs. Morris Al.eniKiii A solid green, sleeveless, tuniclength coat covered her green and white-striped moygashel linen sheath. a o o lulRS. Steve Hothman wore a %  navy blue dotted-swiss skirt, topped with an emerald green pique overblouse. The navy blue dotted swiss was repeated in the bow-tied scarf at the neckline. A striking white raw silk ensemble was the choice of Mrs Norman Elbrand. Her full-length coat had the semi-belted back at a dropped waistline. The, empire waistline was secn-W' her sheath, with the bodice of her dress in softly-draped mauve silk. Yellow whipped cream chilfon was worn by Mrs. Robert E. DcLand. Her sleeveless sheath had the popular cowled neckline. A white jersey sheath skirt with a brilliantly-printed silk chilfon blouse in ombred tones of blue and green was the choice of Mrs. Dullard McGann. Her blouse had a double row of ruffles around the scooped neckline and bracelet-length sleeves. Mrs. Martin Hochman bought her Israel knit while visiting there. It was striking in white with navy scroll trim on the banding of her jacket, on the three-quarter-length sleeves, and again on the banding of her skirt. Navy iridescent caviar beads formed loop fringes which were scattered over the scroll embroidery. An unusual black and white checked peau dc soic was worn by Mrs. Nat ShultC. Beginning low over the hip were narrow cartridge pleats, with pleating alo on the hem of her overblouse. A white peter pan collar wita> alencon lace was the neckline trim. Mrs. Mary Step< kins'floral printed jersey was in coral, -eecon and rharcMi. / %  •RANBBtRY (oliucd moygash ** el line* was worn by Mrs. Isadorc Schwartz. Her sheatn had self-covered buttons down the front of the tailored shirtwaist sheath. Mrs. Bertha Brickman's black iridescent ribbon knit was han:'-made, featuring a scooped neckline which was banded in black satin, with the satin banding also around the short sleeves. Mrs. Lawrence Roihman's Dior blue silk sheath was covered with a white silk organza jacket banded in the blue sijk. Her double-breasted jacket ended just below the waist and skimmed the waist in the popular casual fit. The show featured sportswear by Bernardo, couturier originals by Soli Moustaki, Cissy Originals by Younaland, boys wear by, Young Exec's, coiffures by J. BaL'i, and furs from the Adrian Thai collection. The entire production was coordinated and commented by your columnist. Cantor's Wife To be Honored Ifrs. Louis Cohen, wife of -Israelite Center's cantor, will be honored at a luncheon sponsored by the Center's Dora Stein Sisterhood on Wednesday noon in the Social Hall. A member of the choir for many years, Mrs. Cohen has presented many solo recitals of Jewish songs at the Center. Chairman of the tribute lunchcon is Mrs. Philip Richcam. with Mrs. Sam Mitchell in charge of tickets. %  **", v.. Univ. Women Hear Prof. Shaw v \ A Wf I ... Irs. Samuel Simonhoff (center), newly-elected president of Ithe Greater Miami Women's Division of the American Friends lot the Hebrew University, discussed the most recent advances lot the Library of the University with Woman of the Book Vice president Miss Lillian Goodman (left) and Board Member Mrs. IH. Franklin Williams at a spring cultural gathering this week [in the home of Mrs. Irving E. Miller fomen to Take Office Friday Late Friday evening services at Mrs. Max Feinstein, outgoing temple Zion will include installapresident, will present the gavel isterhood officers by Rablo new president, Mrs. henry Shapiro. Other olticcrs to be in stalled are: Mrs. Sydney Goldbaum, Mrs. Ben Block, .Mrs. lly totash, Mrs. Samuel Greenfield, Mrs. Joseph Kobbias, vice presidents; Mrs. Harry Siegel, financial secretary; .Mr-. Seymour Samuels, treasurer; Aiis. Herman GreenueM, correiponding secretary; Mrs. Howard Preuss, corresponding secretary; Mid Mrs. .lack Pales, public rela Mi us director. Alfred Waxman. v AUTHORIZED DEALER £NITH JOl i. HEARING AIDS $50 to $285 Service All Mahn E-iftmc. — Mo'-J' STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road i" n4 a i Ttift-ftttfti-Trlili-Trtmi PHONE st 8-79'S "The Jewish National and University Library on the campus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem houses approximately 1.. 1)00.000 v o 1 u m e s and compares favorably with the most modern American libraries," according I to Prof. Fred Shaw, head of the Guided Studies Program of the j University of Miami, who addressj ed some 100 women at a meeting of the Greater Miami Women's | Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University this week in the home ol Mrs. Irving E. Miller. According to Shaw, who recently returned from a trip to Israel, "A manuscript collection is most unusual in a new library, yet the University Library has 6,000 original manuscripts, and it houses extensive musical manuscripts and other materials, unique collections of autographs and incuna-, hula constituting one of the largest collections of its kind in any | public library." The cultural program was pre-! ceded by a brief meeting, including the election of officers who will be installed at a festive luncheon in early fall. Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, under whose leadership %  the Greater Miami Women's Di-1 vision was created, was unani-' mously elected as president. Other officers are Mrs. Jennie Gros-; singer, honorary president; Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, Miss Lillian I Goodman and Mrs. Harry Platoff, vice presidents; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs. Jack S. Popick and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, presi-j dent's cabinet; Mrs. Sigmund Fogler, recording secretary; Mrs. Gerald Schwartz, social secretary; and Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger. parliamentarian. Board members and committee chairmen of the Greater Miami Women's Division include Mesdames Mayer Abramowitz, A. Edward Cohen, Esther Cohen, David Drucker, Joseph Duntov, Fiances Entine. Myrtle Epstein, Joseph M. Epstein, Betty Feucr, Joan Field. Emil Friedlander, Abram Fox. Henry Gilbert, Rhea Glad win. Louis Glasser. Fannie Go] berg, Trudy Hamerschlag, jtfyer Harris, Jack Katzman. Inez Krensky, Leon Kronish. Kale Meidcnberg. Irving E. Miller. Kenneth oka, David I'onvc. Miriam Press, Joseph Rambam. Matilda Ratner. Maurice Revitz, Marian Bobbins, Leonard Rosen. Oida C. Rubin. Louis B. Rudnik. David Shapiro. Nathan Spiegelman. Betty Steinberg, Philip F. Thau, Nathan Tin• ncr, Abraham I. Uslander, Lavinia Waldbaum, Carl Weinkle. Max Weitz. H. Franklin Williams, and Maurice Zimmerman. i ti •to f] ONLY H MWk kJ Miami Students Named to Frat Two Miami area students have been selected for membership into Phi Theta Kappa, national college honorary scholastic fraternity, at Stephens College in Columbia, Mo, The students, both juniors al the independent residential college for women, are .Miss Deborah Simone Thiirman. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harold Thiirman, 3S01 Riviera Dr.; and Miss Kay Ann Cadman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Cadman Jr., 8075 SW 144th St. To be chosen for this organization a student must rank in the upper seven per cent of the student body, carry at lcat 12 academic hours, and proved herself to be a constructive and responsible citizen. fershkos to Perform Sarah and Chayim Fershko will give a spring concert on Saturday, 8 p.m.. at Hibiscus Auditor ium. The international artists will present a program of folk songs, ballads and piano solos. Mrs. David Stuzin is an Operating Room nurse at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. She is seen in the doorway of the Stuzin Surgical Suite, endowed by the Stuzins in memory of their parents. Ruth, a registered nurse, volunteers many hours of service in surgery, "just to be helping." START SOMEONE ON A HOBBY WITH A FUTURE f you had received a set of proof coins as a Wedding Gift in 1950, that gift today would be worth 60 times its original cost. SIDNEY W. SMITH RARE COINS 2512 Biscay ne Blvd. Miami, Fla. FR 7-1200' A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 THE HOTEL EDEN I nd-r New Management Efficiencies $960 yearly INCLUDES UTILITIES '" linn! Closets Maid Service, le Caths with non-slip bathtubs '"' %  ery rojm. Week-Season-Year. "85 AITON RD. JE 19458 E. ALLEN BECKER PHOTOGRAPHER ; 5jy r M3 J -*E£S8eySy By the Sea, By the Sea On the beautiful Ocean, see... the completely renovated diLido Hotel Cabana Club that awaits you this summer. A new scientific filtering system in both Olympic pools, new mats and chaises, a wiener roast each week and a cocktail party each month. Game facilities galore for all the family. Cabanas for four persons from $300 to $400 May 1st to November 1st. For rental information, call Karl Boyeff, *2£ Cabana Manager at JEfferson 8-0811. ****S ^^sssr cUTmd* •X^-?r-. ^sSsleW^sSsWsT ^^'HSJjA 0CEANFMNT IINCOIN ROAD AT COLLINS AVENUE 1 S^^uriu72rs& •$&&rfit$i£fijrfoiL&^iziri^ ii&i WEDDINGS AND BAR MITZVAHS ALBUMS FROM $75 426 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Miami Beach Phone JE 2-2351 # Cleaning-Laundry ^ Storage 1201 -20th Street Miami Beach JE 8-6104 fhone Jt 2-/J3I fl | — ^W ---%  — | OPtN 7 AM. %  9 PM. Some Day Service Never An fxfre Choree. ',



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Page 10-B -Jewistncrklian Friday. Apr.! 24 Miami Honors Blanks atBondFet? With $1 r 532,000 in Purchases Recorded Stt -DURING THf WIEk" FAGt 4 A Greater Miami Jewrj paid sincere and alfectionate tribute f Mr. and Mrs Sam Blank, climax ,i a community-wide celebration of the State ol larael's tith anni u rsMV „i statehood, and purchased tl.S32.000 in Israel Bonds at the Israel Independence dinner Suodaj nighl in Miami Beach. Dover presented the Blank* „ith the coveted State of Urae Medallion of Honor in recogr .j on of their lifetime cf service "t 0 their community, their co--try, the land of Israel and the pM'le of Israel." United State Gruening. delivering •'-. %  pi sales addre-s. lauded |... Principals in the Israel Independence Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank; U.S. Sei marking the 16th anniversary of the State of Gruening, of Alaska. Mr_ ana Israel, which honored Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank Cache; Mrs. Weinke; and Zeev Z^ Dover Con Rogen in Miami Beach, included (left to right) Carl sul General of Israel who presented the Blanks r>| ^ z Weinkle. chairman of the Comm.ttee of Hosts; with the State of Israel Medallion of Honor. Lipton Again to Assume Presidency Of Temple Emanu-EI Friday Evening Special installation service will be held at Temple Emanu-EI on p m honofiicers. directorand ho will serve foi B5 Dr i Lehrman w ill i n duct the servici • pj -The Syn • Xevei Cantoi %  %  '• Nev. • ai El an J si ph VI lent; Samui I S Frw I land. i the I H. Frai Jos pli M Rcsc H S kin, honorarj life Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rost (left\ Trustees of Israel, look on with ,,. Bernard 1 Bii interest as Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad prepare to liqht MenCharles Pruchtman, Leo Robinorah of Statehood a. Sunday nicht's Israel Independence Din;;'" %  h "" %  **" P*£ tS \* !" r r. Boderman. Joseph Cohen. Ju ge ner sponsored by the Greater Miami Committee for State [ n .i n a Cypen, Dr. Stanley FrehSamuel J Halperin. Emil Morton. George T Tallanoff, vice presidents .Kick Garner, treasurer; Samuel Liptor.. associate treasurer; A, J. y. ilasky secretary; Dr. Sherman K iate secretary; Jack S Popick, financial secretary; Marcus O. Sarokin, associati n. ncial secretary. %  %  %  • i %  s %  %  ... JOSEPH UPTON of Israel Bonds. At right is Golden Trustee of Israel Jacob Rifkin. Broad, mayor of Bay Harbor Islands, announced the purchase by the Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach of S1C0.OO0 in Israel Bonds at the dinner, attended by more than 600 communal leaders. ties. The former Alaska goi who praised the Blankfor -.neir leadership in aid to the State of Israel." flew back to Washin|tn to join in the histoi debi i ivil rights. Sen. <;: u ning leader of the Alaskan .' %  v munity. f More than 610 persons a-jnt td the gala recept.on, dttM and darce, with almost ever top leader of the local Jewish immunity in aftendarce but banks stole the spotlight with r;::rd purchases, including the presetting S25O.C00 by the Ba-. of Miami Beach and S100.0Q] !)ch by the Mercantile National the City National Bank in: the Irternaticnal Bank. Chairman Rosi Vlr and Mrs. Cai kl< mm .,chairmen fee ol Hosts Gn • I • ti-l t. nded 1 > Mrs. \i L: %  rnerl Meyers, Women's j man, and Jack S P pi( k ..uirj] Board "• Govi Dr Irvine Lehri i! e Blanks with a s Bnok] Honor which includt scrolls en 1> the many oi.. zal ij which the honored couple i d key lead! rs I-..' 1 ire llccht off) • *l President of the nd Max OroviU %  he Presidenl State Chairman Ja ^"! : Miami Beach, v > 1 n with Samuel Fi %  and !a#l the communitj ivi"-8 *j %  per capita | has w j ; r Isn el BondI I : A scnlimei tal gestui I i.rn of a Ma ''. hrcj In impress 1 .: < % %  '" %  %  '•'' ied by Rabbi bton Kron rnp'a Biih Shalom %  '" An: n serve' as %  Jacob Rifkin as pi -' or, SJ.Vjfl fRJEDtAMO Bcvh Moshe Donor Luncheon .. %  e held %  su presi lent, lor the \e.ir 1 Philip \l*< *^Et nd Mr •: i 11 i E Si i Mac Geehe. H i W i il is acting chair r 'I1 be Mrs Wil \i Schwartz, •:. > te n. A J M Pox, Louis Sni li in. preside] I %  I FloriRu< Dade County s Metropolitan Court receives the American Bar Association's top traffic control award for the fourth consecutive year. Participating in the award ceremonies are (left to right County Manager Irvine G. McNayr Judge Sam I. Silver, president-elect of the Dade County Bar Association. who makes the award or. behalf of ABA Metro Court Senior Judge J. CoTTington Grarnunq; and County Mayor Chuck Hail, who accepts the award for the county and is shown present mg it to Judge Gramhng as custodian. I 1 Nor%  %  Hunk Branch National Women'Rabbi Mayer W Leagut Mrs Irving Linden, proTemple Menorah, gavi gram chairman, will introduce i :0 n. and Rabbi Max I ns on Parade bj "Angelita," Temple Beth Torah offer commentated by Mrs Esther Lie, benediction, ber. resses will be given by Rabm %  a* CA#ifclfl/ in Simon April and Merle Mi.'i KODDI jWirany aels, presidenl of Beth Moshe ConKneur %  % % %  Kai K Til.i..-.Kii ni.-. C. Jewish Convalesfcet Home of South Florida 310 COLUNS AVENUE Ph. 532-6491 tutors otr >esat HOMl mmd HtAlTM CEWTft OFFERING THE NEWEST APPROACH Tetai Car* — A C— 0t C*TM to CmiM Social. So.-itaal. Ma*cal NtMi f th i#irct*r (rrm*rly As t Oi-Kter •* the Broaanyr Hebrew H*ne 4 Hoc tl for the Aged. Gaararteet • UNOERSTANDISG CARE > 1 • \.: :i %  K •-• :. Mi -• K i%> Krr*tkj lr\-|n K• %  -.-. %  .:. Hr, otd Leve) AI 1. I.. \ %  I • • Mi Mark: •%  IV i %  %  %  M .% : %  !Mu.,Tl N • %  %  Movach \ Ii'ikin'. PJmt PnlMi ',...-!..': %  -.-.-..r-.^ji ii .... : | ._ '•: H -.i' s .'. Aarnnakiiia Kinw > hmnm:. .' SWeal. Nathan ( 'lvM Mama4m. AhrahanShrffmnn •M.n)s;--ii sm. -!me M Smith 1 Max %  '... T Eregation. Cantor Hyman Fein "Women ol Valor" In Lecture Here will sin 8 Rabbi S. T Bwirsky's topw UF Hillel Has Kosher Kitchen m the lecture series at the_I^raelije center will be "The HisW* the Yellow Badge" "" f !" 8.15 p.m., in the Social Ha A question and answer ~"J xv ill follow. Cantor LOUrt %  > will lead a communal Zmir' refreshments will he >ervi Marshall v. Zhl %  :.:-.--n.. W..li*r. M> B'nai B nth Hillel Foundation at the University of Florida this week announced the inauguration of a ko>her kitchen. The project was conceived dur-1 breakfast meeting uu ing a visit to the foundation by I ** conducted by William Dr. Max Arzt. vice chancellor of'er. ^ % the Jewi-h Theological Seminary Proceeds from Israelite ^'"J of America. nnll;l %  The Center Men'Club nwdg on Sunda/ Dr. lehrman to Speak nTr,-, nn T^-' „ Rahbi simo "" Kobrmetz. rtireeat the Sterling Hotel were Lehrman will be tor of Hill,! Foundation, said that neled to the Center's H ,'han. lei chared R'L RV, Vf Ph P S el ?" f ,h R y' %  School. Affair *• JS -t Z n I ,rlo H J =an.n Kosher Caterer, here, has Lews Pomerantr. i roon at he D ; L.do Hotel ...,-ced to supplj the meali Chester Leiter. **



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Aoril 24, 1964 fcwi r.-irh are es Morris Lomaskin, Harry L. Lewis, Ted Lotterman it. (See story, Poqj 1. NAVAL RESERVE IT. CMOK. GALBUT :h of Hope >s to Paskow eh of Hope," symbolizing lv of Hope's role as a pilot fi center exploring new ave)f research, seeking new iand techniques and bold tor new victories in the kgainst catastrophic disease. resented to Larry Paskow, kther of the Miami Beach ^r of the City of Hope, by Schaeffer. Sunday, Mar. 8. the Miami |Chapter of the City Of Hope 230 members at an annual luncheon at the Doral Beach Hi Hibin is president. Galbut Named Commander of Surface Division M


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Page 12-B Jen/si)notidiar Friday, April 24. Candidates Offer Their Qualifications May elections. (For further listings, see other jecuons I Ronald M. Eefting subject of mental health and child resident for the past 18 years. Supporters oi the 45-year-old Army Air Corp-, veteran say "vote lor a man to do a man's Job." CARDINAL SPELLMAN HOSiUS ABRAM HtUTOH tf.'NOW Mrs. Gabrielle Nash Fashion-designer Mrs. Gabrielle Nash, who has filed for the Dade A practicing attorney for ten welfare." years, Konald M. Eefting. seeking] the office of State Representative Randy Christmas in Group 1. offers a program for Former mayor oi Miami from encouraging new industry to come: 1935 to 1957. Handy Christmas is to Florida, which includes "using | seeking election to the post of Jus the research laboratories and tech-jtice of the Peace in District 1. nical libraries of the new space Christmas, who has served as age university and allied university a „ Assistant State's Attorney for School Board in District 5. states facilities tor new products research J ne past [our years, believes that na .. thc ol |,ieatn>n of today's chiland industry sponsored basic re, hc Justice of th( Pea ce Pt country's future, search." I should be occupied "by a man who if elected. Eefting will work for is devoid of business interests -i believe in general our schools further reapportionment of the which cculd be interpreted as be., rt goo< |, but they need some un...... % %  %  •„. uuaiuuii.uun ana conflict of interest; by a pr0 vemen1 in teaching the eonState Deani Rusk and *Jns car tlon of nj aorities< Uiil ddj ....... kw. .,-. .-„..,.,i f his ::_] „ f ...if ;., ,.. elementary dinal Spellman will be principal It ar American Jewish Committee Slates 57th I Annual Meet Featuring Many Notables By Special Report member of the United I : Subc-ommission on Hu Preventmnl NEW YORK Secretary of 0| Di8crimlllation s William "Red" Gillespie Supporters ol William "Rod" Gillespie in his bid for the office of Constable, District 2. point out that "he has been dedicated to law enforcement in Dade County for \ tiie past 17 years, having served as j m%  A member of Miami Police Departj nient from 194ti to 1961. and as Chief of Police in Homestead since 1992." Gillespie's platform specifies separate civil and criminal sections, deputies assigned to civil processing only, constable's office available on a 24-hour basis, and all deputies be fully qualified and experienced." Dr. Robert Butler Candidate for the School Board, Croup 2 at lar^e. Dr. Robert But-j ler, points to his record which in-1 eludes "eight years on the school[ board during which time teacher' salaries were increased. Junior | College was established, double sessions were eliminated and special classes for exceptional children were initiated." fully with agencies." Doug Madden Seeking the office of Constable "1 am an administrator and an educator." she adds, "and that is what we really need the most in a school board member." Newton X. Minow. former chairCommittee ,„ „„, „,,,,;,,;. I man of the Federal CommunicapubIic ife „,,„ ,, ,. ., .„ 1 j lions* Commission, and chairman contributions in the field of humid ol the meeting, announced that ielatjons and human ri the Secretary of State has been named as the 1964 recipient of thc The Committee s anmi.il meetAmerican Jewish Committee's mg will bring together mure than American Liberties Medallion "for 500 leaders of community exceptional advancement of the throughout the country to consider major human relations issued including improved understands between Christians and Jews; thel problem of church-State conflict.! in education; race relations ten I sums in commimitie> throughout! the country; bigotry and antil Semitism; pluralism, group relal tions and the election-, human! relations in urban and suburbanl trouble-spots. The annual meeting will focuij special attention on the humad relations situation abroad, pan] cularly the status of .leuin thel L'SSR. Latin America. Europe anj| North Africa. principles of human liberty Both Cardinal Spellman and Secretary of State Rusk will address the annual dinner meeting Thursday evening, Apr. 30, at the New York Hilton Hotel, where the sessions of the five-day meeting are scheduled. Morris B. Abram. president of the Committee, and IS. expert Beach Bank Marks Israel's Front row seated (left to riqht) are Samuel Frank; Isidore Ruppert, treasurer; Eugene I. Weiss, president; Sidney Rubino]^fh Anniversary witz. chairman oi the board; Mannie Weingarten, first vice president. Second row standinq (left to right) are Maurice Un* s 16th anniversary of inC* Bernard Lind.n.e.d Ma, Goldhaaen. fc Thome gTSBJi EX 55*2 X. Dr. Butler is for "Bible reading White, second vice president. Irving Schatzman. honorary hjbjtu)n in jts lobb of Israe |i arti being preserved in our educational past president, Israel Schenkman, Miss Marie Deskins. execfac(s rart toms tr;ive| pos(ors system and a complete upgrading ulive sec retary, Benjamin Zinn, lack Lustgarten. Third row arul ships model of an i srae |, standing (left to right) are William Copelan, Alfred Aden. Sam cru bje liner. Eisenberg. Henry H. Fisch. Directors (not shown) are Abraham A1>() 0I| vk w aro a( ., ua S2 50,0O0 Caplan, Bernard Kadushin, Milton Kahn, Abe Pitzele. Morris Schonwetter and Herman Steinman. • il our educational system. a Linton J. Tyler Lint on J. Tyler, a member of one of Miami's pioneer tamilies, is campaigning for the Florida .State Legislature. Group 2. A graduate of the University of Miami, where he majored in government and political science. Apartment Group Installation Set Eugene J. Weiss, attorney, will Heart Association of Miami be installed as president of the Beach, and a loyal knight of the Tyler is a veteran Of World War II, I Miam j Beach Apartment Associa-i Elks Lodge. and has been technical advisor to tion on Sunday at the UiLido | medical institutions and physicians Hotel Speaker will be State Sen. John oeacn. for the past seven years. Mathews. of Jacksonville. DemoThis is thc first time in the 23 cratic candidate for governor years cf the association that a has been in Israel Bond.-, the largest single bank purchase of the issue. The exhibition is on view for an entire week. Taking part in the exhibit are Bonds for Israel, the Israel Tourist Bureau. Z.m Ship ^Vonwiittee's'lsrael office, w Zachariah Shuster, director the Committee's European^ fice, will report on interreligw developments, especially as cl tered around the Ecumenicill Council. Abraham Monk, diretl tor of the Committee's Latin! American office, will report onl shifting tensions in Latin Amerl ica, as well as the most recent developments spurred by ne Nazi groups and the Arab | League. Maximo Yagup-ky. director Lineand BI Al Airlines Bank of Miami Beach is located at 937 Washington Ave.. Miami report on developments in it"! Middle East, particula affect Israel. On his platform. Tyler offers lair apportionment, adequate inter county road systems, easing of, P a5t president again ax burdens and improved educ] jg/£**, gS^M the boar:i; Mannie Weingarten. first vice president; Frances Other officers to be installed re Sidney Rubinou itz. chairman tional facilities. Hall In addition, Tyler says, "since I serve as executive vice president j Weiss is past chairman of the of the Children's Home Society of \ United Fund, Apartment DiviFlorida. I am very close to thc sion, first chairman of the Since 194?. the year thc Royal H vnffitUM Restaurant started in --. it hai been our creed: To be preeminently Jair in all our dialing* to serve only one J(iiid o food the REST to observe K uhrtltfl to the letter of the law' and alteavs at charges that are f. ir and reasonable %  and ii> t, \e paint that our treatment of v ii out customer, teill be 10 con' out and satisfactory i.iDimfnd M to others. rV.r. and Mrs. Philip Weiss are really just the kind of people that are sincere when they rrake the above statement you can rest assured of getting the very best of kosher foods at 731 Washington Aven le, Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weiss sponsor PHILIP WEISS nia: MKTZ1A SHOP at 1421 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach whose proceeds no 10 (lie non-sectarian free cMCfl* hospital of the JEWISH CONSUMPTIVE RELIEF SOCIETY (AMC at Denver) The following creed of the J.C.R.S. applies to this wonderful couple: "He who saves one life is considered as though he had preserved the whole world." (The Talmud) White, second vice president; Isi& jj>^ instrumental in founding the orI chestra, with a check In behalf of both organizations for the purchase of music folios, pane Knights will confer the rank of Observing the 16th anniversary of Israel's inde P" -^ age upon 20 candidates-in wait^"k oi Miami Beach is holding a display in its lobbY M L^ Ing, tfnd the Auxiliary will finalize rael i objects. At the opening of the exhibition are W> • plans for thc luncheon to be held Beach Mayor Mel Richard (center) ; Philip ESimon (ngn ZEE?' *' 2 3t ChMd H chairma n f he board; and Ben Cohen (left), vice chemrnan I Restaurant. | of the board.



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April 24, 19G4 Ifwitli mkrHr/irtri Page 13-B J$ar ^Mitzvalt Steven Schwerstein en, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sihwerstein, will become (itzvab at Beth Moshe ConJon on Saturday, Apr. 25. Simon April and Cantor Fein will officiate. lush in Steven's honor will "the services. celebrant is a student at Irth Moshe Hebrew School A seventh grade student at South Miami Junior High, Bruce plans to continue his studies in the Temple Zion Confirmation Class. Bruce Perlowirt Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Perlowin, 20040 NW 13th Ct., will te Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Apr. 25, at Temple Westview Junior I Adath Yeshurun. Rabbi Jonah E. where he plays saxophone i Caplan will officiate, school band. In the seventh grade at Norland Junior High, the celebrant excels in sports, and won first prize in the Passover art contest. The Perlowins will honor their son at their home at Kiddush and luncheon following the services, and at a reception on Sunday evening. Mark Haddad Stephen Herman Andrew Levine Andrew Levin* ii Norman N. Shapiro will Ite at services on Saturday Ing, Apr. 25, in Beth David ague, when Andrew Daum, Mr, and Mrs. Victor Levine, [•come Bar Mitzvah. rew in an honor student at Indoah Junior High and is in Tjventh grade. He plays the {and guitar, and his hobby is and coin-collecting. Levines will entertain at a lion and dinner at their fsaturday night to honor the celebrant. h w carries the full Hebrew ttl his maternal grandfather, Daum. who came here in kl was a pioneer member David. He was well known phases of Jewish life in •i Stephen Carp i a. son of Mr. and Mrs |i Carp, 8110 Crespi Blvd.. ime Bar Mitzvah on SaL. porning, Apr. 25, at Agusrael Hebrew Institute. | saac Hirsh Ever will ofi Alan Goldberg Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goldberg, 9132 Harding Ave., will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Mcnorah on Saturday morning, Apr. 25. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and Cantor Edward Klein will officiate. The celebrant Is a seventh tirade student at Nautilus Junior High and also attends the Religious School at Temple Menorah. He i> the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Soifer, of Surfside, and Mr. and Mr-. Pincus Goldberg, lit New York. A buffet luncheon in the Bar kfitzvah's honor will follow the services at the Surfside Communitj Center. Babbi Solomon Schiff will officiate. Jamie is a student at the Beth El Hebrew School. • • • Geri Hellman Geri, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. San ford Hellman, 3845 NW 171st Ter.. Opa Lock a. will be Bas Mitxzah on Friday evening, Apr. 24, at Temple Adath Yeshurun. Rabbi Jonah E. ("apian will officiate. In the seventh grade at Carol City Junior High, Geri is active in the Junior Congregation at Temple. Her outside recreation is swimming. Frank Haddad, 1200 NE 171st Ter., will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Apr. 25, at Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will present Mark with a Bible on behalf of Miami Youth Top At Forsenic Meets At the National Forensic League State Tournament in Clearwater. Fla., on Mar. 19 to 21, David Stern won first place in the radio announcing contest. This year, he has served as correspondent for WFUN at Miami Senior High School, and serves on the Executive Board of the Teen Broadcasters Association. During the year, he has served as president of the National Forensic League at Miami High. He appeared twice on the WCKT television program, "Youth and the Issues," as a panel member. He the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of! has been a varsity debater for the synagogue. \ t w0 vears As P art of %  f urman team, Mark Haddad Mark, son of Mr. and The celebrant Is a student of the Hebrew High and served as rabbi of the Student Congregation for two years. Mr. and Mrs. Haddad will ten-1 der a reception at the Diplomat' Country Club in honor of their | son on Sunday. Mark's grandparents, Mr. and j Mrs. Max Haddad and Mrs. Esther Labatoh will be present for the Mrs. occasion. USY Southeast Region Convention In Jacksonville to Mark 13th Year Gary Zager Bar Mitzvah of Gary Zager on Saturday morning, Apr. 25, will be the first to be observed in Celebrating its 13th year of cxistence, United Synagogue Youth ol the Southeast Region will convene on April 24 to 26 in Jacksonville. Some 400 delegates from five states in the region, representing 30 congregations affiliated with awarding of the Pilgrimage Scholarship to Israel. Presentation will be made by Rabbi Allen Rutchik, director of the USY, Southeast Region. Debate on "The Use of Civil Dis obPtliencc in Order to Secure Civil Rights" will be held. A special pnth grade student at Nauuor High, Stephen attendInstitutes Religious School I TP to feral yean. In additon to outstanding science stu|c Bar Mitzyah is an allib.ill player and has won ,\n basketball, soft ball and oard. |eption in honor of the celevill be held after the cereMarc Pomerance son of Gunnery Sgt. and larvey Pomerance, will be|ar Mitzvah at the Saturday service, Apr. 25, 5:30 p.m., I Israelite Center, with RabSwirsky officiating. is a student at the IsCenter Hebrew School and ne seventh grade at Riviera High, tttrents "ill be hosts at the Seudos following services. m >* Stephen Fierman Saturday morning. Apr. 25. In. SOD of Mr. and Mrs. Paul fcn. 17530 NE 7th PI., "ill %  Mitzvah at Temple Sinai. Daniel M. Lowy will of|hen is a seventh grade stuat John F. Kennedy Junior and a member of the Stamp At Temple Sinai, he has attending Religious School ityears, and is a member Temple's Cotillion. His hobI include coin-collecting and |g the guitar. • • • Bruce Hornik Saturday morning, Apr. 25, son of Mr. and Mrs. George will be Bar Mitzvah, with Alfred Waxman, spiritual of Temple Zion, officiating. Nathan H. Zwitman will officiate. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zager, 95 W. 56th St., Hialeah, the celebrant has completed four years of Hebrew instruction. His father was recently elected president of Temple B'nai Abraham. A reception in honor of the Bar Mitzvah will follow the ceremony. •* Sandy Krugel Sandy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Krugel, will become Bas Mitzvah on Friday night, Apr. 24, at Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will officiate. The celebrant is a fifth year student in the Religious School and attends John F. Kennedy Junior High. %  > t % %  Jamie Scheinhaus Bar Mitzvah of Jamie Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Scheinhaus, 430 SW 32nd Ave will take place on Saturday morning, Apr. 25, at Congregation Beth El. the Ln.ted Synagogue of America. p bp ;| s(K j;i action will meet to discuss Judaism laborat conoucU .d by Herbert Views Peace. Poverty and Civil H education director of Rights in Our Time. Temple Sinai in Hollywood Sevmour Mann, ol lemple Sinai.; F Hollywood, is vice president of the Synagogues represented wrtl be region, and chairman of the Youth lemple Emanu-El. Temple MenoCommission. he won the Pinecrest Debate Tournament in Ft. Lauderdale last fall and the Varsity Debate Tournament in December, 1963. He has won the Best Speaker Award at the Coral Gables Student Congress last May, 1963; the Miami Jackson Student Congress, October, 1*63; and the Area Student Congress at North Miami Senior High in November, 1963. At another Student Congress at Gables High in September, 1963, he was voted "best presiding officer for the House of Representatives." Stern is a member of Key Club, served on the Junior Board and Student Council, was co-editor of he School Calendar, a member of he tennis team in his junior year, anil plans to attend the University ol Florida and study law, He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 'erome Stern, 350 SW 26th Rd., • j ami. Bruce Yergin, president of the Southeast Region USY, of the Jacksonville Jew ish Center, Jacksonville, Fla., will leave office after his one year tenure, and a new set of officers will be elected. Highlight of the convention will be the annual Ltl US FINANCE VOW NEW MAT At LOW BANK IATES MWHHHHmHMMUIW EFFERSON /£ RATIONAL (JSJJ JANKoF MIAMI BEACH 301-41t STREET MM Godfrey Rod it hnttrtt Drlv) Phon: Jilltnon 2-B4S1 VV>WWVYVVWWWWVAWWVVYVWrn" No. Shore Women To be Installed North shore Chapter 645. B'nai B'rith Women, will hold its 17th annual installation and brunch at the Roney Plaza Hotel on Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. Mrs. Betty Teitelbaum, president, and other elected officers will be installed by Mrs. Alfred Reich, counselor of District 5. Mrs. Harry Dickert will be chairman of the day. Slate includes vice presidents, Mrs. Arthur J. Smith, Mrs. Irving Mandel, and Mrs. Louis Rolnick; treasurer. Mrs. Jack Fein; recording secretary, Mrs. William Rosenberg; financial secretary, Mrs. Ira Youngentob; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Irving Silver; historian, Mrs. Louis Lesch; sentinel, Mrs. Morris Urist; guardian, Mrs. David Dreeben; counselor, Mrs. Harry Dickert; honorary president, Mrs. Lester Ark in; trustees, Mrs. Edythe Zerman, Mrs. George Baltuch, Mrs. George S. Levenson; auditor, Mrs. Ira Youngentob; social secretary, Mrs. Max Miller. Entertainment will be offered by the Congress Octette, conductor, Bina Barnett. Student Named To Dean's List Stephen A. Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Morris. 2161 SW 22nd Ter.. has been named to the current Dean's List at South em College of Optometry in Memphis. Tenn. A senior in the three year professional program. Morris is scheduled to receive his Doctor of Optometry degree In June. For his pre-professional work. Morris attended the University of Miami 1959 to 1961. He is a pas) secretary and historian of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity. At Southern, he is a past chaplain and rush chairman bl I'hi Theta Upsilan, professional fraternity, a member of American Optomctric Assn., and a member I of the Florida Club. Mrs. Morr,is, the former Loretta Barish, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. rah, Beth David Congregation. Temple Zion, Temple Tifcreth Jacob of Hialeah. Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood. Temple Sinai of Hollywood, B'nai Raphael Congregation, Beth Torah Congregation, Temple Israel of Miramar. and Temple Sholom of Pompano Beach. Welcome will be extended at the convention to new chapters Eau Gallie, Fla., Savannah, Ga., and Miramar, Fla. The keynote speech will be delivered by Philip Selber, a member of the National Executive of I the United Synagogue of America and president of the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Rabbi Arnold Turetsky, of the host congregation, will extend greetings, The entire convention is tinder the joint chairmanship of Judy Horovitz and Karen Caslar, of the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Leading the delegation from south Florida will be Miss Barbara Segal, Temple Menorah, who is president of the South Florida Sub-Region. Richard Kay. first vice president of the Region, ofj Temple Sinai, will leave for the convention a day early in order to prepare the agenda for the busmosessions. Advisors accompanying the group to Jacksonville from South Florida are Mrs. Philip Schiff. DAVID STERN Shep Barish, of Coral Gables, re-i'""'"" "" •"'*'"" %  '~""*' j u nc ;_ „J..„O.;„_ „. Mrs. Lawrence Scherr, Beth Dav ccived her BS in education at the University of Miami. Poale Zion Meeting Apr. 30 Max Astor, vice president, will conduct the next regular meeting of Poale Zion Chaim Greenberg Branch on Thursday evening, Apr. 30, at Farband Cultural Center, 842 Washington Ave. Program for this last meeting of the season will be dedicated to Israel's 16th Indepedence Day. On the business agenda will be appointment of a delegate to attend the National Poale Zion Convention to be held in New York from May 28 to 31. A social hour and refreshments, served by the social committee, will follow the meeting. id; Mrs. Alfred Stone, Temple Emanu-El; Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Baltuch, serving Temple EmanuEl, Beth Torah and B'nai Raphael; Abraham J. Gittelson, education director of Beth Torah, who will also deliver the sermon on SatHomeless Arrivals Given Assistance Homeless arrivals in Israel benefitted from the annual spring luncheon and games festival sponsored by Aviva Chapter. Mizrachi Women, on Monday. Scheduled for 12:30 p.m.. the I flair was held in the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Barkan, 330 SW 27th Rd.. chairman of the committee, which included Mesdames Schaeffer, Ether Solomon, Louis Zimmerman, Nathan Zeichner, Joseph Kahn. and Max Sternstein. President of the group is :\'rs. Joseph Weishaus, and Mrs. Alfred Slone is coordinator. urday morning; and Miss Faith Keinhard. of Beth Torah and Tifereth Jacob. Transportation arrange* ments were coordinated by Marshall Baltuch. Treat your family to Kasha Varnlshkest MAM, THAT'S A DISH I FREE KASHA COOKBOOK EASY New recipes and menu ideas for modern meals TO and entertaining with Kasha. Address request SERVE! to : Phyllis Wolff, Penn Yan, New York



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Pcge !4-B +Jf**ist fkrMfon Friday. A r.-;! fr [J Florida BB Schedules Convention %  u F -tate rs will hi Monday. Apr Zl To be held J: Tie CarBoa Hotel. I be attended b>' top xantn. Washington aod Now York with %  %  prt t nta trrea from L-idKS and char" throughout the Mate. Easiness sessions will he chaired by Bon GoidfieJd. of Daytona aeh. president of the Fjor-.da Federate of BB Lodges and Mr* Harr> W Palm Beach president I RMM Ope* • MI of the com ention will feature Sidney H Pa!~ ir.comHig president, a* toastmaeo by Arnold District : welcome. address tag shard, tad Dade Mayer Cbitck Ha Ben G Opening Session jht • the opening > lodge of '• Miami Beach nitfe .'ack Glick. n BM 1 dg reffoanj SreCtOT, Herman J. ---. ;<-: Cbtl BB ( D present the gavel, and Benjamin Goldfield will preM the charter. Judge Mihcn A Friedman past president. Grand Lodge District 5. .-.stalling officer Keynote address ul be given by Maurice Steinberg, president. Grand Lodge Detrirt 5. who will also conduct the tadoctrmatior. breakfast of lodge presidents on Sunday morning FoHnwuig the keynote address Sam Niebers will give the benediction. First business sossion will be conducted on Sunday morning at • am. by President Gohrfieki to be followed at 11 am with a joint adult Jewish education seminar under the tca dci slap of David Sachs and Lout? f*sinsfc Jr state co-charrtner for tn. Mrs Max Kern and Mrs Louis Ossmski Jr stare charrwer. for women. Mrs Lih Vtiehnan national director of adult Jewish education B'nai B'nth. is arrivin; from Waal D.C U take part in A: : f m Saadnjr. there •* a jotat Inner, eon and Anti-Deiama-. Lear-e -.. .: \Mrs Ornstew toestmosier The seminar wiB frsfcip of SaadSord Swrrdhr Kate ADL charr-rrar. Mrs Sy!\.a Lewis. w-*mer."s KM. Drstnc: ehnfcraaam. B-rrcer: Mh WL co-missaoner. Grand Lodge MaMel 5 V-Kn-rr worse*;'? rare ADL %  >-. ..'— -rs-.r-r.al aWH *DL mfitnrs W#rsa)op M kc seeoae Iniini s %  .. % %  Ben G oln h c k : rces.derueh;| o m en s veteraas affairs worksheet aa %  SaaaH La >ton woec Sidney H. Palmer seccr.d from left:, incoming pewsidenl oi the T'.cr.z'z Stcrte Federation oi B nci B'nth Lodaes cmc chairmen c: the convention to be held this weekend, accepts trrcr.crr.rtoa bom Mkaal Beach Mcyor Melvin J. Richard, declaring Has week pi Apr. 25 B nori B nth Convention Ce'.ebrauor. Wattle. Looking en with eppxoval {or left are Mrs. Alfred Reich rr.c Sort Niecerc right cenventien v.ce chairmen. \ •.. ,Ra D i national CV< D C At S 90 ?m ienera! eooamittef meetings will tx> held, arc at 7:30 p.m the entire convention wO retare to the Cafe Le Can Can Room, for dir.r: On Monday there will be an indoctrination breakfast of secretaries and treasurers, under Dae leadership of Arr.oid Ellison, exec-ecretary. Grand Lodge is : %  :' Atlanta. Ga. followed bv the third business session Membership At 11 am a joint membership workshop will take place under the direction of Aaron Cohen and Sidney H Palmer, state chairmen and Mrs Alfred Reich, membership expansion chairman. D 5 Mrs Myron Rosenbleeth Worn •are state membership chairman. Jack Glick. Supreme Lodge regional membership director, and Harold Br-. BtaaaaJ member-hip d.iector At I | r^ere will be a joint Hmcoeoc and BBYO workshop \rr.oid E.lison as ma>" ceremonies The 'r.\ocatKn will be giver, by A-sei PfU nee president State Federation r tar) W rkshop will be stafj •z and Howard K co-chairmen. a>sisted t> MrAlfred Reich, past r en's District 5 Mrs K.rr. hauser. wi i stitc cha Jerry Carver. BBV iirec tor. Jane Bab Mia oa. BBYO reg director naoaal awards a -ted by Jay Markowits past president Flonca Sta*e F At 3 ps. the f •• rl h and final business session will tjkt place, followed by election cers for the eaaaiBg year A* ? 30 p.to the inttalL quet will be held after convention will adjourn master for the will be Judge VUtoo A Friedflua ailing the eeaea will be Mrs wiD be £ .Aibert Pailot mme Lodg \ Board of G an with response ry SaAi ted pre**ai the Fionda State Federal B'nth La the women will be Mrs Alfred Reich with respor Mrs Myron '. -.ect~i president .: F nda Fedar^t.on Woaaea F&gJalaBjM o.' the even.-. dpal address t rV"er Caa -raei Students Make School Honors Raphael K Yawn aaaaraiaa Je Board of Educauoo at Temple E.----E. baa reaaaaed tae ^uaneri> relig::-^s school Honor The laAewaBjg student.-_.-. rxccfi their rradiei: AWo %  \ v • tmi R -%  .-: -K* ta St K -i TMIIM.I -v _-. %  N ke oe Gaulle — an American tit GJJ :, wit ... -• %  -.-_--.their ea] \ ... %  ... r destiny. 1 f their weal i tioc to convtrf nto | y e n't miki it H.star Adn I I j %  :; • ry i. A h m -iiUtary brti --••:' D-'Hiht E er-BI • :--.-.Anh • evohed i leaec or a feeux^ tc .t ukes a less sta cortical power to tr.e -r-.Uitar; bo rm • • • The sadnss er MacArthur s low was IKa all KH ttJ not add up to a.-, ac. ft* rP* whom .*ed( set h %  i'i'^ and istellecrual.Mh Yel 'hine be d*d aaawed H role m the Battle of .1 _•-..._'--—and not Dousla%  tew ;a\e tht rder: ia) :-< the Bonus Marchers wnth a Th*> III—I III ll h ag World War II. with the and— e\c.rfor I after Pearl Harbor-^ i| Even tes bnUaant pel. itioo, when he pcr^ jat.-. ; the Ji -" ttroon> T | -•%  ,. i rt| afr at r. after -. -. -ate bait._ .t in Am For at thai early had i ':• tht :; I There is no %  It was I ( the Great Frustrat real : t A-vencans The> MacArthur H al campaign ai %  -• • • • But there as no election and with incredible c Tniasaa stood ': Irtt r> advar -. after another :.-*"t aaaUj a %  acArthar would ha •-. popular acclaim. ceaaj But neither the Ar ear %  acArthar img to break the farr m America, and the -ec MacArthur| the annals of his cotintrv > Kkely to be coonted not as bare done and did not l aaaaect that —liaiaaa try to get ttad not \iane. Not every merr.^r •be President M %  the j %  .; : captur, • %  ce 1Q politi i eurtfl I : -ft! -.i-urel I the| ,. te* Seitlin Attends Notional Confab L^ -.s >c.t..r 1rresideM of the Natiaai toeai of Jewish Mea •ek attended the SSth : e---. r :" t* -...-.a. ;--. taaa of aaes < groups of CuGiercoacregatMcis m K.araesha Seatlaa. secretary-treasurer of Srtthw aec saraace. and a aaeaaher of Beth David, was among same l.aao other Jewish lay leaders from all parts of the Lmted States. Canada and Puerto Rico attending the aaemal confer ence at the Concord Hotel A new dmaaoc partcipotng in the 1964 ^ pea. is the Osteopathtc Dmsicm headed bv toui cc-:it Drs. Norman Cansett and M. S. Fox (pirtured above an c l Mcrrweli Greenhouse end Morten Terry (not s v



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April 24. 1964 lm>isli fkxrldHan Paqe 15-B ii Beach Servicemen's Center Will 12th Anniversary Friday Evening 32th anniversary of the I Beach Servicemen's Cen[be celebrated in the Ocean luditorium on Friday evenwill be by Harry Flaum j in piece orchestra, through ttesy of the Trust Funds of r>ordin Industries, Local of M. ii.il M. J. Kirn, commandfieer of the Key West Nav^e, has arranged to have a ; ier sent from Norfolk, assist in the celebration. lguished guests will be j ikinij I'lficers of the var-| inches ill the armed forces, %  tinty and state officials, _UI.II contributors to the I program will be opened resent at ion of the Colors by \ lor Guards of the Army, i Vir Force and Coast Guard. will be given by Capt. re Krause, USAF. Gil Mar.' Igiers Hotel, will sing the j ingled Banner and later.; iniversary Son." ^n Memory Lane" will be I |d by junior hostesses and; mvn. alter which the "Ser\icemen of the Month'" for the past year will be presented, one >I whom will be announced as "Mr. Servicemen's Center of 1964." All "Hostesses of the Month" for the past year will also be preseated, and "Miss Servicemen's Center. 1964" will be announced, as well a members of her "Court" |M*and, third and lourth-place winners. Following the coronation dance, gueits will enjoy a program of sor.gs by Miss Carol Donn, soprano. At 11 p.m., cake-cutting ceremonies will be held. Assisting Maurice and Rose Field Klein in cutting the anniversary cake will be Metro Mayor Chuck Hall, Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Richard and representatives of the Army. Navy. Air Force and Coast Guard. Refreshments will be served, and there will be dancing until midnight. Dress is semi-formal, and men of all branches of the Armed Forces are invited to attend. Miss Don and Mar will appear through the courtesy of the AGVA. I A////W SITE NORTON TIRE NC3TM MIAMI ofACK BRANCH Maurice and Rose Field Klein check program for the 12th anniversary of the Miami Beach Servicemen's Center. Food Fair Opens; 45th Market Here Food Fair's 45th supermarket in | Dade County was opened last week I when North Bay Village Mayor I Clemen J. Ehrlich cut the tradi. J tional ribbon at ceremonies at 1600 1 No. Bay Causeway. Other civic leaders participating in the event included Vice Mayor Alexander Smith, Councilmen Sid-' ney Lewis. William Brody. and Paul School, and Village Manager George J. Hodges. Herman Stein, Southern Division manager of Food Fair Stores, headed the list of company executives in attendance. Others included Emanuel J. Ansel, special supervisor, Miami Beach, and Leonard Friedland, Miami Beach district manager. The 17.000-sq. ft. store located on property with a 265-ft cause way frontage was formerly the Maxwell Food Mart, an independent food operation, acquired re cently by the Food Fair chain LEGAL NOTICE Samuel Magid, 83, Pioneer Miamian, Passes Away OTHER OBITUARIES PAGE 13-C Miami pioneer and land developer Samuel M. Magid, of 830 W. diLido Dr.. DiLido Island, died Apr. 15 at the age of 83. Services were held in Boston, Mass.. with Blasberg Funeral Chapel in charge of local arrangements. A religious and civic leader in Providence, R.I., where he lived prior to moving to Florida, Magid founded the Miriam Hospital and Jewish Home for the Aged there. A retired jewelry manufacturer, he came here 45 years ago and built the Nemo Hotel, the first hotel on Miami Beach, and helped to organize Beth Jacob Congregation. An honorary member of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, Magid was a charter member of Mt. Sinai Hospital, and also held membership in the Hebrew Academy. B'nai B'rith. Scottish Rite of the Mahi Shrine Temple. Temple Emanu-El and National Conference of Christians and Jews. He is survived by his wife. Rose; a son. Irving: two daughters. Mrs Dorothy Selib and Mrs. Miriam Zakon. all three of Boston; a brother. Harry, of Miami Beach; and two sisters, Mrs. Anne Paisner. of Providence, and Mrs. Jeanette Good, of Miami Beach. Bank Names Officer Dan W. Eastwood, president of Pan American Bank of Miami, announces the appointment of Jose R. Garrigo as assistant vice pro ident of the bank Garrigo comes to Pan American from Metropolian Bank of Miami, where he served as assistant vice president in the International Department. Lag B'Omer Celebration Over 75 students of Temple Zamora Religious School will participate in the Lag B'Omer celebra tion to be held on the Temple grounds next Thursday. Apr. 30. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COU IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62579 C IN RE: K~t.it.. of WII.I.IK B. LBWIH Deceased _„ NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor" nnd All Peraom I Ing Claim* "i Demands Aialnal Estate: you are hereby notified and quired t •"' •"" d-jlma •""' manda which you may have agi ,l„. estate of WII.I.IK I'.. LEWIS, censed late of Dade Count}. J i to the County Judge* of Dade Ci ami file tin-am.in their "rflcj tliiCount} Courthouse in Dade • n Florida, within six calendar m from id.date "f Hi-Ural public* hereof or the same "ill he ban I .KU.A DAVIS Goldman, loldsti In & Pai /.!• r Vttorlle} > 4iil iv HI Hauler Streel Miami *., Florida I 24, %  %  l l.i\ %  Bald re,i. iin.-i. dei in.. int> In oun nths itinn l RUBEN. Mrs. Bessie. < %  -. of 1545 \v Treasure Dr., died Apr, IS. New man. GERSON, Dora, SO, of 2S92 Alton Rd., died Apr. 2* Services in Philadelphia. Riverside PESKIN. Mrs. Lena K, 76, "f 7260 NK Till An-., di.-il Apr 14. Service* In Hi kl) n. Rlvei side. STEIN. Rebecca, 7::. of 1841 H\V SOth i -i ih .I Apr. i-'. Rlversldi BOKER. Edward, Rl. of III! Collins Ave Services in New Vork. Riverside. FORER. MrAnna Susan, 78, "f 11960 NK ISlll I 'r i lordon. M.LLER. .la oh, : % %  .'. HI' 3301 NI'. ..ill Aw., .li.'.l A i r i I Rlvei hide, SOKOLOFF. II % %  %  >. Rll M .'.nil .•-.. died Apr. 12 Rlvei K AM.vi. sum, r;. i s 18 loth si Rl> erslde. NOTICE UNDER FICTlTOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thn ih,. undersigned, desiring i" engae In I.n-i.i. -under the fictitious nan of HCNSHINE CAR WASH at l.l • W Dixie Highway, Son* Mian Ueai h, Florida Intends lo 11 name with the Clerk of the l ircu Court of Dade Countj Florida SAI.VAT' IRE MIRABELLA Sole 1 iwner IWll. KWITNBT "i Sllvei -i. in. I< ltn< > & 1 •" "I'-Attornes i'.i Applicant 120 IJncoln R111.1 Mall Miami Reach. Fla. 1 :1. 1-8 it NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 64C 3728 '. \ XI IX 1 shovels gleam in the sun as these Pallot families break id for another Norton Tire Company store. Shown (left :ht) at the site of their 163rd St. and NE 17th Ave. facility [Norton Pallot, president; Louis Pallot, chairman of the d; Mrs. Ronald Pallot; Mrs. Louis Pallot; Mrs. Howard ?n, Katzen, vice president; and Ronald Pallot, secretury| :rer. Store for Norton Tire Co. Ml Tire Company, the nalargest B. P. Goodrich deal-' kbroken ground for a new in the 163rd St. Shopping! i i % %  12th branch is located at, lorncr of 163rd St. and NE | |Ave.. in No. Miami Beach, i Mil be built by Palm IndusCorporation, Hialeah conipany president, Norton said completion date is iited in early July. Spying 8.000 sq. ft., the new \y will offer a complete and service center for cars rucks. Norton Tire Company inches throughout Dade, ird and Monroe counties, |his yqar marks its 40th an'•ary of operation in South |da, having been founded by Pallot "in 1924. as retail outlets. The cornalso operates a B. F. GoodretreaJing plant and main%  i large tire warehouse adft to its main offices at 5300 27th Ave. Present at the groundbreaking ceremonies last week were Metro Mayor Chuck Hall and North Miami Beach Mayor Arthur Snyder, who commended the fast-growing tire firm for "setting a pace for 40 years in our local economy and demonstrating confidence in the steady growth of the South Florida community." Officers of the firm are Louis Pallot, chairman of the board; Norton Pallot, president; Howard Katzen, vice president; and Ronald Pallot, secretary-treasurer. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL'nT IN AND FOR DAnc COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 63913 A IX RE: Estate of SOPHIA MILLER, i., %  • .-...-••ii. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All Creditors ami All Persons II.i> Ing Claim"i Demand AaTainst Sail You are brcb) notified and retrain .1 Ii'i< n in an) claim* and di mauds which you nut: have against the eatnl HOPHIA MILLER, di censed lute ot Dade County, Fiorina, .,, ih, i "ounty Judges of Dade CounIV ami fillthe sun.. In duplicate and .,. provided in Section 738.16, 1 lorlds Ktatutea, In then offices In 11>< onntj I-., in-tin .us.In Dade County, i % %  < Ida, within sht calendar montm front the iim.of the first publication hereof, or the sain.' "ill be bat it il Paled ii Miami, Florida. thl daj of April, Al'. I'.'KI. SKTMOIR M. MM.I. II! EDWARLJ MILLER ARxecutors of Estate id Sophia Miller. Deceaaed lisi publlcatlor if this n.'ii. thl Ii' 'lav Of Api ^. ''' I MYERS. Ill-IMAN \ KAPLAN B) I...nis lliimali Attornej %  for Executors 11 MI s vi. i-'iisi Htreet Miami, Florida MHO Simonhoff to Speak Harry Simonhoff, local historian, attorney and novelist, whose hook. 'The Chosen One."" has just been published by Thomas Yoselnil. will be guest speaker al the regular monthly open meeting of Temple Belli Shuloni Brothefhood Sundaj in the Temple Auditor, „„,, at 10:30 a.m. His topic will \ v: be "The Ecumenical Council ;nd n „ ,, k r before thi da) il Via "il If yo fall to do si judgim nt b.v di fault ill !" %  tak. i attainst > i>u fv thi relh f dentan • d in the Hill of i 'ompla M'M w l.< la ill v %  Iff, \ H. i 'AKI.i >> CAXCIXl '. 11 %  ;, ndi |-i CARLOS CAXCIXl • |l IB .ia r i Ida. S \ SUIT FOR DIVORCE Vou CARI l>S C XCIXi I, in hei Us nollfl. 1 Hi ia Bill l I'ott r,"n nivori %  • ii ibeen fill d naaln .i ml v.. u itIV Ii I'ed I ,,i v.. nr Ansi I ot I'll of r nun II thi I'lalti A .1 VY CltlSTI IL, -I S i: the Jew." LEGAL NOTICE IX 1'UI i n Trophy Designer on Job Variety Club of Greater Miami has commissioned trophy man Buddy Halpert to design an honorary member's card which will be presented to the nation's top entertainers for their work in supporting Variety Children's Hospital. The cards will be made of silver on aluminum and engraved with a replica of the traditional circus barker, official symbol of Variety Clubs International. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62899 IN RE: Butate of LOUIS TEITBLBAUM I l.-.-i-asi'il. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Hayi n c Claims or Demands Against Hald Estate: YOU arc hereby notified and r.'nulred t" preaonl any i-lalms and demands whleh yon may have. nKOinst til..statiof Louis Teitellwum d,'oras.il late of lMd.' County. Florida, to the County .ludjtes of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided In Beobon ":is.i6, Plo*tda i Statutes. III their offices in the c.uni tv Courthouse in Made County, Florida., Within six (alendai months from ili.time of the first publication li.-i.-' ,.f, or the same win be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 17th 1 da) of April, AH ii'i'.t ANNA Elb'ENBRRl: \s Executrix Flrai publication of this notice on the -'• 11< day of Anrll. 1964 L'HEREM A QOLDEN Attorne) for Executrix '. 11 | mpla Rldg Miami, l Is i -i. S l-s-l". N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62857 C ;i: Em n. of NATHAN U, COHEN NOTICE TO CREDITORS To \ii Creditors and All Persons Haying. Claims or Demandn Acalnal Hald Eatate: y,,,.. %  ,,. hereby m lifted and re. •.,., ,| in pi .%  n. an\ claims and tli mauds which you mas have i'tj;"'nst H„ estat NATHAN 'I i OHEN dei eased l.n l>nde County, Florida in Hi. Counts Judges of I'ad. Coitntv, and file the name In duplicate :in ,l as pro* i'l.d in s... n.m .::'. IS, PMorlda Siaiu:,-s. in their office" In ih. r,iunt> Courthouse in Dade Coun%  -. i nrlda, within nix calendar months from the Utne of the first publication hereof, %  • the name will be barred Dnted at Miami. Florida, tins 20th da] ol April, A D 1984 PAY COHEN \Vdmlnletratrlx Firm pnidli-iiioii of this notice on the ^uli day ..f April, l'.n'.i. I .( %  :. IN A EPSTEIN Attorne) for Administratrix 120 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida This notli .• shall be publishetl onee each week i' r firtll I nwi cutR • Weeks in THE JEWISH KLURUHAN I MINE AND tiRDERED at Miami Klot-ldu, tliis '-'"in das of April A.D., rn.I. B. 11. I.BA I'HERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Klorit'u (aeal) Bs K M LYMAN I., ii.il > i 'l.-i k Wi intr tub, \\ elntraub .v CrlMol 13th Kloni. I Wde Iederal Rld| L'l N i: Isi Ave Miami. I la Rj \ Ja> Crist'd Attorne) i' i I'l.uiiiiii I'JI. "• i • IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61268 C IN RE: Estate of SAMUEL KISSEN I t,.,',M -..-ll NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor"! and All Persons Having i la n..or Demand! Asalnat Sail Estate: You are hereby notified and required to prese n t any claims snd demands Which you may have attains the estate "f KAMUEL KISSKN deceased late % %  ( Had,County, Florida, in the County Judtrea ol Dade County, and file the same In their offices iti Hi, County ('.nuthouse in Dade County, Florida, within sl\ calendar month* i n the date of the firsl publication hereof, or tii>sain,will i.r barred I.I ii is OSINSKY Ex, cutor HERBERT W. ABRAMSON Vttornc) I i :\.'. utor i; Lin, oil Road l 14, 5 1-8-15 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4326 I"\I:TI:I:I-:T S WIN.IS AND I.I IAN ASSi IC1ATII IN, Plaintiff, PIXLEY JONES, Ti uatee In Bankruptcs. >-t al. I i.i. ndanl NOTICE OF SUIT TO: BERTHA CAREY 1034 Harrison Avenue Teaneck, Mow Jeraej You are hereby notified thai tlinbove captloned a,-tion lias been Institnt.-.l agalnal you In the Circuit Court of the nth Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for Dade County t" forecloee mortsaie upon the follow inuden rlbed real proper!. i Lit L'T. Block 13 CORRECTED PLAT OF BLOCK 13 CAROL CITY. •".'.inline lo the I'lat thereof, reonrdsll In i'lat Book 81 at Page '. ,v ,,f tits Public Records of Dade CoOnty, Florida. v.ni are required to file your answer to plaintiff*!) i-oimdaitit with tb'e Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and %  erve n cony Ihereof upon putlntifTa nttorne) MARTIN FINE, mil Floor, Dade Federal Building. Miami 88, Florida not later ihan May '.'it. 194. or a Decree Pro Confeeso will ba an i.i ed ass insi > 'ii. DATED: April 17, 1964, E. B. LEATHERS! \N Clerk of the l "Ircull %  'ourt is,all By: C. P. COPBLAND i • put) Clerk MARTIN PINE ut. rne) i"i Plaintiff l uli floor Had.Federal Bids. Miami :• % %  !. Florid i A M, S I-S-IJ



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iami Gears to Reach CJA Campaign Goal ishFloridian £*"£**•, $ te$$,ul Drive Will Help Section C Leadership of Federation %  i*; announcement of the Combined Jewish resents $100,000 above that raised in 1963. Lett fjeal drive going over the million mark, to right are Dr. J. Z. Stadlan, William AgraKr-bers of the Initial Gifts Committee meet nove and Joseph Cohen. Seated (left to right) Federation headguarters to plan to cover are R. Williams Apte, Leon J. Ell. Paul Faske er/ outstanding Initial Gifts card to bring and Sam C. Levenson. :o its goal of 51.386,500. This figure repSHE 55 Bfi EBB BBSS — (hat an Extra $100,000 Means in the choice of a college program. lined Jewish Appeal seeks service and of Sl.386.500, a figure $100.j career an<" jre than was raised last | -nd the goal for the drive, is in its final stages, "is .iliin reach." Dr. Irving' n. CJA campaign chair; which the Greater Miami Jewish cclared this week. i Federation and Combined Jewish V:.will an additional $100,000 j A PI*' al dl,ll;,,s wiU P eU ,he d,f li. to CJA's 57 agencies at | ". J i< nd abroad, including seven Health and Welfare For health and welfare needs in Dr. Irving Lehrman. 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal chairman, and members of the CJA Campaign Cabinet, have pledged an intensive campaign to reach the CJA goal of Sl.386.500. To dote. Si.176.209 has been p'-Jged to the CJA campaign, showing the campaign well within reach of its goal. •"Attainment of our goal is of great importance to all of us." Rabbi Lehrman stated. "A successful campaign will not only mean additional monies for the community but will also mean that Federation and CJA will once again occupy their position as our community's central source of well-being for Jewry both at home and abroad," he declared. "A significant picture seems to be emerging from our research into the current campaign," Rabbi Lehrman said. "We are presented with a great opportunity to meet our goal and even to surpass it. This is indicated by the fact that of almost 7.000 pledges received in the campaign to date, one-fourth were contributions given by people who had never participated in our Combined Jewish Appeal." Kabbi Lehrman explained. "It is quite obvious, therefore, that many people in our community who made pledges in previous campaigns, have *u>t as yet join> |fed in support of our .1964 drive,"' Lilt*. sUtfed | "The opportunity to help and' share in the drive beckons as nevany amount of partial payment er before .and I am confident thatI each volunteer will contact his pro-peels via phone, personal. I964^G0AL $1386,500 $1,176,209 pay for treatment in the hospitals 30 clinics range from gratis to Etc "ding agencies in the local in .nity? FcJewish Family and Chile's Service, which hat closed *ee of now cases, it will moan cptn door and an additional 1st worker to handle 200 cases, JI leading to better family |fe ind harmony. Jev>h Vocational Service will & %%  •to hire an additional couniot give group and individual kid: io to over 200 teen-agers, fcth :i the fields of vocational two vital programs: The Jewish Home for the Aged, the additional monies allocated by a successlul campaign, will expedite the admission of 50 new residents to fill space made available in the Home's new pavillion. The additional funds will | help to hire physical and occupational therapists to work with new patients and also help to provide additional staff necessary for their care. At Mt. Sinai Hospital, funds will be made available for 5,000 additional out-patient visits, without regard to race and religion, whose I they can aiford. The Bureau of Jewish Education, a Federation agency, will be able to hire a consultant to work hand-in-hand in planning the educational program of Reform synagogues in the Greater Continued on Page 12-C visit, or mail. In this way, we can he assured that every possible step has been taken to reach our goal." Federation Executive Director Arthur S. Rosichan reiterated that of the pledges received thus far in the campaign, 25 percent represent contributions to the Combined Jewish Appeal given by people who have never participated previously. "It is important that we reeog nize these new supporterof CJA. and also that we not forget the large number of pledges obtain ed in previous years that have not a yet been secured for the 1964 drive. "It is precisely tnesc missing pledges that will help us make the final phase of our campaign add up to the success that we are all striving so diligently to reach behind Rabbi Lehrman's leadership." NOVEL 'FIRST ANNOUNCED FOR JEWISH COMMUNITY Institution Launches CJA Payroll Deduction rtt JKH Among members of the CJA Campaign Cabinet meeting at the Standard Club last Friday to plan an all-out intensified effort to meet the goal of $1,386,500 which is well within sight are (left to right) Lou Kenin, Food and Hotel Division co-chairman; Dr. Irving Lehrman, campaign chairman; and Sidney Lefccurt, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. One of the newest innovations in the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign has been launched by Gulf American Land Corp., which is instituting a payroll de-; duction plan to allow their 132 Jewish employees in the Greater Miami area to participate in the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Leonard Rosen, president of Gulf American Land Corporation and member of the CJA Campaign Cabinet, has long been a leader In Combined Jewish Appeal and in the overseas projects of the United Jewish Appeal, Kenneth Schwartz, vice president of Gulf American Land Corp., is serving as chairman of the cooperative program, and Nat Pollack, director of the Customer Relations Department, will be co-chairman for the employee drive, whose goal is 100 per cent cooperation. A series of department meetings will be held, at which time the Combined Jewish Appeal story and its importance to the community will be detailed to the employees. Schwartz announced that the following will participate in the program and help to secure participation of their department members on behalf of Combined Jewish Appeal: They are Gabe Shantzis. direcSales Department; Sol Sandier, president of Congress International; Harry Schloss, comptroller; Al Materson. administrator. Cape Coral Sales Department; and Mor tor of Allocations Department; | ris Bark, administrator. Golden Melvin Click, director of Research Gates Sales Department. Members of the CJA Campaign Cabinet pledge all-out support to Campaign Chairman Dr. Irving Lehrman in a final drive to meet the goal of $1,386,500. a sum S100.000 more than was raised in 1963, include (left to right) Paul Faske. Sam Luby Jr., and Joseph Cohen.



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"age 2-C vjmisli ricridiar FridQ y. Apni Hi OLD BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION BUILDING AT 135 NW 3rd AVE.. MIAMI Bureau of Education Must Move Its not necessarily that they v ant to, but the Bureau of Jew:>h Education must vacate its landmark building at 135 N'W 3rd \ve. And they have to do so quickly. The Bureau recently received notice from the Florida State Road Board. Clarence E. Davidson, district engineer, informed the Buleau: "Preliminary plans indicate that the property occupied by you will be required for the construction and maintenance of an authorized Federal-aid highway. Sine* 1952, whin it moved from cramped quarters in the Congress Bldg., the Bureau has owned and occupied its present site, which was formerly the old Beth David Congregation Religious School. Officials of the Bureau are cur really contemplating the purchase of an insurance building with 6.200 >q. ft. of space on Coral Way The cost: $130,000. Other sites are also being considered, among them 954 W. 41st St.. Miami Beach, with *omc 4.000 sq. ft. of space, at a mspokesman for the Bureau fails lo see how the Bureau ol Jewish Education could tit into such a plan One casual Federation estion has bten that the Bureau give up its librarj Responds the Bureau "We have discussed the matter with the Miami Public Library, which offered a negative responre. It is simply nor equipped to catalogue or to hanrMe Hebrew and Yiddish, which constitutes almost half of the volJerry Biegel Joins Scheaffer E. .1. Scheaffer and Associates Advertising Agency announces thai Jerry Beigel has joined the firm %  n an executive capacit) For more than 20 years, Beigel operated his own agenc) in New York and handled major resorts, hotels, restaurants and m rht clubs umes in the Bureau's collection of Judaica. Also, • survey of distribution of books of Jewish content at the Miami Beach Public Library shows a very limited distribution." And their clinching argument: "When the Bureau donated some 300 books to the Miami Public Library' in 'i* 2 •' found that even to this day they have not been completely catalogued, and the distribution is extremely limited." Pointing to their own achieve ment in this field: "Circulation of 5.000 volumes a year to 1.000 borrowers at the Bureau's central hbrarv il not a small achievement ." What would the Federation prefer? The answer comes in one word: rent. "Why can't the Bureau rent quarters for a period of two years, until we set if it wouldn't be preferable to erect a new overall community building?" Bureau spokesmen reply that 'none ol the other agency executive would go along We think the trend is toward decentraliza lion Each "i us is i" 11 siH'ciahz-' i'd to be able to tultill our oftice needs in an overall federation Buildl "Besides, the most .easonable rentals, for example at the 1200 Building on SW 1st st for 5,000 sq It "I space would be over 000 annual!) It would therefore appear to be in the interest of economy to purchase rather than rent the necessai*) space Interest on even a S9o,ooo mortgage at 54 percent would be about 15,000 a year The balance from the $12,000 rental. 17.000 annually, could be saved and applied to the reduction of the mortgage." Replies Federation: "No decisions have been made. This is hardly even in the committee stage, but it continues to seem strange to us that the Bureau should want to rush into something so important as the purchase of a new building. The old site at 135 NW 3rd Ave. is adequate proof that it would be foolish to make a fast and sorry decision." Meanv hi.-, thi forcea government grind their wheels stead il> Whatever the decision, the Burea 1 of Jcwii I101 must %  : 500n CAMP MENORAH 75th A Carlyle Avenue Summer Day-Camp June IS through August 7, 1964 3 reer ore's through • ytar oMs From e.-OO a.m. %  4:00 p.m. HOT KOSHER LUNCHES FIELD TRIPS HEBRAIC ATMOSPHERE ALL CAMP ACTIVITIES HALF DAY AND FULL DAY PROGRAM Cell Temple Mencr.h School Office, UN 6-2156 for details and brochure. SKY LAKE U&ttyS HIOH IN THI ILUI H'DOI MOUNTAINS ••U'tl OlOnaiA 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. Reqistration is limited to 125 campers. IKA t DONNA SWNMtTZ-Comp Direetori-S/D A MARILYN GREENSPAN Ph. 624-0692 P.O. Box 159, Miomi 45, Flo. Ph. Wl 5-6904 Your Welcome Wagon Hostea. WW call with a basket of gif„ Md friendly greet.ng, f rooi reli gious, civic, and business leaders JLS comm "ouy when rou, fan,, y celebrate, .u, ecnth birthday, announces an eoaaee! ^nortneWflhof.ne?£bT or moves to a new home. When the occas 'on arises, phone HI 8-4994 Lefcourt Nt* To CJFWF 2 Sidney Lefcourt DrP Z^ greater Miami fcjjjl has been selected to „ Board ol Directors of |W3 f •"-'>>> rVderatJoV'L are funds, „ w !" 4 > U 'V'^ P.'.,;CV Council. Ofl The Council ls co .Icuish ,., Funds in the Unit, 11 Cana; a that annual!, JL. %  95 percent ol hf gjgf tion of the two countrje,, the bulk ol all JmrbAi funds Lefcourt. „ partner counting firm ol ttvbrr son and Lefcourt, i s his second year a-'prn* the Mention He mp^'' man of Federation's BudM(_ mittee and a trustee of Ce43 Lebanon Hospital Hours of Corrtihuoai Relief from Minor ARTHRITIS Mi AnacinO gives r jri of ,., %  J relief from arthritis' r • •, even such rhr • :., t ,.,., deep in the ; -. 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April 24. 1964 + J m is 9i fkirMiar Page 3-C Of Aft efer lorah dedication was made to Mesivta of Greater li recently by Mr. and Mrs. Max Pies (right and leit) of fcvia. N.Y. Morris Frankel (center), of Cleveland, O., a Boted fiiend of the Mesivta Hiqh School, is shown holdmq tfwrHoly Scroll. Jewish Library Gifts Volumes Sefer Torah Mesivta Receives Mr. -an : Mrs. Max Pies, of Batavia. X. Y.. presented a Sefer Torah to the Mesivta of Greater Miami recently, at the Hebrew Academy. 2400 Pinetree Dr. Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz, principal of the Mesivta, said that the presentation of the Torah Scroll by a eit'zen of Batavia "symbolizes the growing national reputation of our Mesivta High School." At present, students at the Mesivta come from Chicago, III.; Albany, N. Y.; New York City; and Antwerp, Belgium. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Frankel, of Cleveland, O., who were instrumental in arranging for the presentation, also were honored at the occasion. Morris and Sam Waldman and Murray Berkowitz were co-sponsors of the event. K Central Library of the BuWo! Jewish Education is now ng in creating Jewish libin many areas of Greater ; according to an announceI by Joseph Cohen; Bureau B Bureau h;i~ recently contriB over :f(K) volumes of YidBliterature to the Beach RecUse ZIP Code ederal. State and local cies are anxious to corate with the Post Office artment and have reBested the public to use ir ZIP Code in addresses tax returns. |G r c a t e r accuracy and in the dispatch and ivery of mail is achieved gh the use of ZIP Codes. fcliamians desiring ZIP Gaxie informal ion may call I 95431 and ask for inform. reation Department to set up a Yiddish library in .South Beach. The Bureau also has contributed to the libraries of Beth Torah Congregation, B'nai Raphael Congregation, and in the past contributed volumes of Jewish literature to Jewish Home for the Aged, Beth David Congregation and others. The growth of the Bureau's Library has been greatly assisted by contributions of books from many individuals. Recently, books have been received from Harry Weinstein, Morris Honigbaum, Baruch Richman and Herman Ruttenberg. The Bureau's Central Library now consists of over 9,000 volumes of Hebrew, Yiddish and English. The Central Library circulates over 5.000 books each year to some 1,000 teachers, students and general population of the Jewish community of Greater Miami. The library is open weekdays from 9 to 5, except for Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Anna Sintow is librarian at the Bureau's Central Library. Young Scientist To be Cited Jack Weintraub. of Miami Sen ior High School, is among budding, scientists here to be presented with a medallion by the Dade County Optometric Association. He will be cited for the excel] lence of his exhibit at the recent Dade County Science Fair, which focused attention on sight conservation. Dr. Arthur Helfman. president of the association, said the students and their parents will be guests at its installation banquet in May. Luncheon Chairman Mrs. Jean C. Lehman and Mrs. Sol Goldstein, program chairman of the recent Chai Lucheon, are shown at the traditional Women's Division offair held at the Eden Roc embellishing the theme of "Wake Up and Live and Come to Life for the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal." VA Office Now In New Quarters The Veterans Administration Of-( vacated Feb 29, when the VA was lice is now in its permanent quarP"t in temporary space on the ters at the Federal Building. 51 ei g> tt f,oor of th Federal B t ld *The move to the permanent loSW 1st Ave., ,n downtown Miami. t ation on he firsl noor was made The building on W. Flagler WM Mar. 6. .sSSlffiEROo^ <£%^ GALA CRUISES %  SrjT ABOARD THE AIR-CONDITIONED /S/S FLORIDA MIAMI TO 3-DAY Cruises FROM ^59 4-DAY Cruises NASSAU L. 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Page 4-C rjmistfhr/cftein Friday. April 24, Work crew wind up a busy morning of carwashing on the parking lot at Beth David Congregation. These members of the United Synagogue Youth group helped pay expenses for delegates to attend the Southeast Region USY convention due in Jacksonville. Fla., from Apr. 24 to 26 by supporting the project. Bottom row seated (left to right) are Judy Schiff. Sharon Shavin, Barbara Levine, Jeff Sager, Susan Goldberg, Judy Falk, Debbie Kindler, Richard Friend. Standing (left to right) are Larry Stein, Mark Marbey, Maxine Cohen, Joe Forer, Nora Feldman, Barbara Berke, Susan Dubrow. Linda Kaplan, Bill Gompers, ArthurKurtz and Robin Lundy. AJCongress Mag Appoints Editor Dr. SchwarzchHd The appointment of Rabbi Steven s Schwarzchild as editor of "Judaism," quarterly magazine published by the American Jewl-h Congress, has been announced by Dr. Joachim Frinz, president of the Congress. Rabbi Schwarzchild, spiritual leader of Temple Beth El in Lynn, .Mass., is a graduate of Hebrew Union College and a former rabbi of the Jewish community of Berlin. "Judaism" is a scholarly journal "dedicated to the creative discussion and exposition of the religious, moral and philosophical concepts of Judaism and their relevance to the problems of modern society," • according to the magazine's statement of sponsorship. The Winter 1964 issue, the first under Rabbi SchwarzchikTs editorship, will be published next ueek, and is devoted to Biblical themes, with articles by Benno Jacob. Harry M. Orlinsky, Gerald J. Blidstein. Andre N'eher, Robert Gordis. Leo W. Schwarz and Moshe Greenberg. Rabbi Schwarzchild succeeds the late Rabbi Felix A. Levy, who 1 until his death last year. Previous editors of ••Judaism" were Will Herbetg. Robert Goti • an3 Theodore Friedman. The izine was founded in 1952. BABBI STEVEN SCHWARZCHILD Optometrists List Five Scholarships Five scholarships in optometry. valued up to $4,000 per award, | will be given to qualified applij cants this year. I Dr. Arthur Helfman. president Of the Dade County Optometric j Association, disclosed that the scholarships are provided by the • State of Florida, as authorized by Florida Statutes of 1961. To qualify, applicants must be a litizen and resident of Florida for live years and meet the requirements of and attend an optometric college approved by the Florida Stale Board of Optomctry. NOW OPEN at 11:30 a.m. DAILY {' for LUNCH /, i &f CREAMED CHICKEN La King ••• Potato* $ 1.65 STUFFED CABBAGE Hungarian stylo •1.40 BEEF GOULASH Broad Noodles program chairman, THE LERNERS Catering for All Occasions Eit.bli.h.d in IMS Wtf c M FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. JEI-JM7 PARKING MIAMI %ffauns, BENCH 'R^^'m \M;HS SEKYKD IIAITV 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. %  M Or iej in 4i I H0FFMANS CAFETERIA SERVING THE FINEST IN FOOD • ACCOMMODATIONS FOR ORGANIZATIONS, GROUPS, PARTIES, ETC. OPEN ALL YEAR 1450 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. EL I. All It ISO SPANISH RESTAURANT Specialty of the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA" OPEN 11AM Til 10 P.M. DAILY 2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone NE 3 9496 Continental -vs Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MIT2VAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED /M;--' n i ..n*' Your Homt Ha or Syt9M filcT-i 'uS il m Shabb0 '" taronf Qualify Po, t.ttllnu 8393 BIR D ROAD, MIAMI Rhone 226-1744 ROYAL HUNGARIANS RESTAURANT 731 WASM n5 T 0 N AVE P'nt JE 8 5401 NOW BOOKING 10B THE SUMMER /MONTHS tlcgant Catenng for Bar Mifivah,, Weddings, and all Social rVOefr** %  > fOB UAimniur CATERED AEEA/RS CRYSTAL ROOM of the L0MBARDY HOTEl | SAHD-ELL TUtt) CATEREttS Co" Mr. Weiss UN 66226 H Hi Answer Coll UN 6-5211 j HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT ROINII (.Tlllll *tflf] -if km t*nnt H • —pfcH WM • (hJL^JStSh MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 Gr.,,.: r,c, ."uPriion of the United Kaahrut Allocation el flaMtl U A !" Suoerviin 0 Rabbi: Rabbi Abraham J %  *"?.•P tW H 00 WID0IR4JS IAI MiTZVAHS 1KIPTI0* TW MICHEL'S Kosher Restaurant CATER/N6 KM All 0CCASIOHS BAH MITIVAMS 0UB SPECMITT 40 71,t STREET, NORMANDY ISLE UN 6-6043 "Tfce Nonporti/ of /Tosher Resfouronfs" > J



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+Jenlsti norldian Page 5-C : h Vocational Service is e-mbarkinq on a and Group Guidance Committee of the JVS program designed to help Jewish youth Board of Directors; Jerry Carver, director, B'nai %  choose their future vocations wisely. At a B'rith Youth Organization; Rabbi Solomon Imeeung in the Day Care Room of the JewSchiff, president. Greater Miami Rabbinical jish Home for the Aged, discussing the new Association; and Zvi Berger, assistant director, Iprogram, are seated (left to right) Rabbi Allen Bureau of Jewish Education. Standing (left, to [Ruichick, director of the Florida Region of the riqht) are Dr. Michael Goodman, executive [United Synagogue; Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, didirector, JVS; Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg, vocational Ixecor of the Florida Region of the Union of counselor of the agency; Burton Garr, superIAmerican Hebrew Congregations, Mrs. visor. Beach Branch, YMHA; and Robert ForIChailes P. Feinberg, president of the agency; man, assistant executive director. Greater |Mrs. Gerald Soltz, chairman of the Individual Miami Jewish Federation. Dental Division Of CJA Will Hear Tufts Prof. A lecture on "New Concepts in Periodontics" will be delivered by Dr. Irving Glickman, protestor of periodontics. Tufts L'ni ersity, at an evening co-sponsord by tlie Dental Division of thi ,!I64 Combined Jewish Appeai 'nd Alpha Omega Fraternity, il %  as announced by Dr. Richard :•:. Dcutch. committee chairman. The lectureby Dr. Glickman. 1 foremost authority in the field, vill take place at the Standard •,'lub, Dupont Flaza Hotel, on Thursday evening, May 7. Chairman of the Tufts University Alumni Council, Dr. Glickman haslectured and presented courses before dental and medical societies throughout the United States, Canada, South America, Europe,, and Israel. Dr. Deutch announced that co-1 chairmen of the committee planning the evening are Drs. Carl M. Baumann, Elliott Gordon, George A. Graham, Stanford Kane, Jack Landsberg, Jack H. Mishkin and Mathcw Zuckerman. Dr. Glickman is head of the! | Department of Periodontology | I and research professor of Oral. Students of the Religious School Fat hology at Tufts University of Beth Torah Congregation who, Schoo of De ntal Medicine, a; participated m the National Bible | mem ber of the Army Medical | Quiz were honored recently at z^ice Advisory Committee on a Teen-Age Model Seder conduct-; Hrewnljve Dentistry, and cned by Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz and sultant t0 tne Armefl Forces ln Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschcnbaum. ( stitute of Pat hology. He is a Honored were Lois Elfenbein. dipiomate of the American Board who placed second in the regional of Oral Pathology, American finals, and the nine other stu-1 Board of Periodontology and the dents: Annie Kay Sturman. Max i American Board of Oral MediSturman. Anne Kaskel, Patti Karp, cine. He is founder of the Scott Choos, Herb Schimek, Marni Berkshire Conference in PeriodTaylor, Sharon Borenstein and, ontology and Oral Pathology. UK. iK^l.vu (jLl\.KlllAN Religious School Students Honored Dr. Wolf son in Talk "Socrates and Spinoza" will be the topic ol a lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson on Thursday, 10:30 a.m., before the Spinoza Forum for Adult Education, meeting in the Auditorium of Washington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave. ^Members of North Dade Committee for the "New Look of '64 %  Luncheon" of the Young Women's Division of Combined JewJish Appeal held at the Dupont Plaza Hotel recently I are shown meeting at the Keystone Point home of Mrs. iD. Lawrence Sherman. Among North Dade women attendjing •he meeting were (left to right) Mrs. PhiliD b'oom. Mrs. Bernard Yedlin, Mrs. James Rodenberg, Mrs. Pat Segall and TMis: Howard Novell. Renee Book. Each was awarded copies of the Bible by the congregation. Dr. Glickman currently is | chairman of the Alumni Council i of Tufts University, the first | Alexander Andron has beeir'facgraduate of the school of dental ] ulty supervisor to this projecy medicine to hold this position. | Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain New York, If. Y. ( Special) For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop rectal itch and to relieve pain—without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (ahrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all — result* were so thorough that sufferera made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem \" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*) — discover* mi • world-famous research Institute. This substance is now available In luppository or ointment form nnder the name Preparation H*. 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Page 6-C HjfewfcA fkridliair Friday. April 24. ity Mr. and Mrs. David Goodman center), are congratulated bv their children (left), and by Mrs. Michael Comay, wife of Israel's Ambassador to the United Nations, following their outstanding purchase of State of Israel Bonds in honor of Israel's 16th anniversary of independence. The Goodmans, former residents of Toronto, have been active supporters of Israel since its inception. JWB Post Officer Installation Here Installation <>f officers <>t Kim Ida's fir>t and oldest Jewish War Veterans Post was held recently at Pythian Hall. 4601 W. Plagler St. Inducted to serve Norman Bruce Broun Post were commander. Ralph Rosotsky; senior vice commander. Sol Koenigsberg; junior vice commander. Julius Astra chan; judge advocate. Kenneth C Braidman; surgeon. Dr. Max 'i'endrich. Chief of state, Barry Geltner; adjutant. Abraham Marcus; quartermaster. Edwin L. Feibelman; officer of the day. Sam Sredmck; service officer. Alfred M E, Meyers; inspector. Benjamin Lucoff; historian. Jerome Sholder; liaison cliiter. Aaron Rosenberg Free Loan Group Installs Schwartz Isadoi Mrarart] was wewUj binical Assoctati .., %  .. installed presidenl of the Greater benediction an Free Loan Associ ,,t the llth annual banquet ,,i in, tion held in the Lombard) Hotel. Miami Beach Melvin Richard installed Scbwarti Into his nth con., cutive t, nu Others installed were Joe C. z. Us, honorary life president. Joseph Vevel, Bernard Jaffee and Rose Siege), vice president-. Max Rappaport. treasurer; ZelJa Kun.st, recording secretary; Ida Ochs, financial secretary; and Max Price, corresponding secretary, Board of Directors includes Hr> Max Rappaport. Rachel SakouiU. JfvetU Baxter, Mis. Max Kunst. Mr.-. Rose Schwartz. Mrs Gisell.i Pollak. Mrs Pauline Belanolf. Mrs Ann Gerkowitz, Mr and Mrs. Jacob AN,I Anna Block, Mr and Mrs Braff Mi -mil Mrv Goodfriend, Mr. and M Fendell, Mr and Mrs lit-: r> Garris n Mr and Mrs Hyman Kam, Mr and Mrs Irving Miller, Mi ai Mrs B. Silverman, Mr „ii : Mrs II Silvi Mr and Mrs S I Wi let Mr and Mrs Fri I B< n stein Vli Harry Nevelsky, Mr. and Mrs Joe Ro tenberg Mi and Mrs Maurice Miller, and Mr A P R On the Credit Committei are MornEckhaus, Sam Sherman, Hyman Chabner, Ben Silverman, Fred Ochs, Max Rappaport and Hyman Kam In Charge oi the Blood Bank and Emergency Fund is Mrs Rebecca Gordon. Cantor Ilirsh Marchbcin present ed a program of Hebrew liturgical music, Rabbi Solomon Schiff, pres Ident of the Greater Miami Rab Left to right are Mr. and Mrs. Milton Balsam, of Alney Letter and Printing Service, shown with Certificate of Appreciation awarded them at installation ceremonies of Norman Bruce 3rown Post, Jewish War Veterans. Looking on is the new post commander, Ralph Rosofsky. The Balsams were cited for special rendering of service to the post. Hollywood Youths Are Bar Mitzvah Two students of Temple Beth S lolem Religious School, Hollywood, celebrated their Bar Mitt* \.ih recently, with Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader of Tem; <• Beth Sholem. officiating. On Saturday. Mar. 7. Robert erman, son ol Mr and Mrs. Joe Salamon, 1627 Van Buren St.. Hoi1 I was the celebrant, and on Saturday. Mar. 14, Gerald Mat'hew, son of Mr and Mrs. Samuel Garte. 1130 NE 204th St., became Bar Mitzvah. Both Robert and Gerald are active in the Temple's L'nited Synagogue Youth Group and were recently honored at a Sunday morn ir.g services and breakfast. For Very Special Occasions... Jbmo omat COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine having the entire Diplomat Country Club yours exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering facilities for groups of 100-300. available 7 days a week There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this area! Unlimited free parking. for rturvttions. 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Friday. April 24. 1964 • Jewish rtcrldictr Page 7-C KL ': %  -,' %  %  Ml Past Commanders of Miami Beach American Legion Post 85 take time out from their festivities at Legion Hall during the annual Past Commanders Night. Seated (left to right) are toward Gleisner. Ed Platlcin, Henry Coleman. Maurice "Doc" Klein. Standing (left to right) are Maurice Weinman, Nelan "Chick" Sweet. Judge Gerald Klein. Ben Chafetz, Morris Lipp and Constable Leonard Weinstein. "anadian Rabbis Meet With Soviets d TRAVEL MAGIC CARPET TOURS 10 ISRAEL AND EUROPE S 5 3 5 M ROUND TRIP JET Yar opportunity to vi-it TJ. rael and Europe via reliable KLM ROYAL Dl'TCH Air. linei tt this low fare. Viit European eiliei at no exlra roit. Chon-r from %  wide variety of low rost Mafic Carpet all-inclusive land teuri created to suit every taU and budget. Choeia vouf ... 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There was a two-hour exchange of views on the position of the Jews in Russia in line with the concern expressed at the Rabbinical Conference that the Jews in Russia are denied the rights which are accorded to other religious groups and nationalities and are prevented from pursuing D collective Jewish life. The delegation also discussed the appeal made at the conference to the Soviet authorities to allow Jews fo practice their religion; to foster their tradition, culture and language; to allow the production of sacred books and articles; to permit commu-, nication between Soviet Jewry and their brethren elsewhere and to allow Jews to be reunited with thsir families in other lands from whom they have been separated as a result of the war holocaust. The delegation pointed out that this would be in keeping with the United Nations I'harter and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, as well as the Soviet Constitution The rabbinical delegation also expressed the desire to •end a rabbinic mission to visit with rabbis in Russia and asked permission to send religious arti. cles to Jews in the Soviet Union. The Soviet officials referred to the ^official Soviet publication in Canada, "Soviet Union Today," March issue, which contains an article entitled, "Rabbi Honored in Moscow." dealing with the 35th anniversary of the Moscow Synagogue and Rabbi Natan Olevsky's 90th birthday. The article points out that Olevsky's son and grandson are both atheists. The maga zine also contains an article "Soviet Jews Need No Foreign Pro lection" which attempts to refute the points made by the Eirst Canadian Rabbinic Conference, despite mounting evidence to the contrary The rabbinic delegation comprised Rabbi S. M. Zambrowsky Ol Montreal, chairman of the National Religious Welfare Commit tee of the Canadian Jewish Comgress; Rabbi Stuart Rosenberg of Toronto; and Or. Samuel Lewin ul Montreal, secretary of the National Religious Welfare Committee. Rabbi Zamiuou sky. who headed the delegation, summed up the \ sit by stating: "We can only reiterate what we said at the Rabbinic Conference that we ask for no -ppi'ial privileges for the Jews in Russia. All we wish for is that they be treated no differently from Other groups in Russia; so that they may form part of the Jewish people and its ancient religious and cultural tradition. We want no part in the cold war. Our con11 in is purely brotherly, our interest wholly human. It transcends all political considerations and is based exclusively on the universal concept ol brotherhood of man and peace." 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Page 8-C *Jfefc4sA noridietti Friday, April 24, 1954 Coral Gables Resident Feels Former Miami Home Has Been Greatly Improved Plans are beinq made for the Beth David Sisterhood donor luncheon on Thursday. Apr. 30, at the Fontcinebleau Hotel. Theme of the affair is "How Beautiful My Heritage—My Cup Runneth Over." Left to right are Mrs. Louis Seitlin, president of Sisterhood; Mrs. Harry Zuckerman, recorder; Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, donor chairman; and Mrs. Walter Falk, co-chairman. They are shown wrapping English bone china cups and saucers to be presented as gifts to the luncheon guests. Argentine Provincial Government Takes Steps Against Bombers A Cora! Gables resident, who lived in Miami's Operation Fix-Up House at 22-3 s\v 12th St some ?;, years ago, feels "a tantastic change" haa been made. The city's modernization model AJConq. Planning Third Dialogue By Special Report The theme of the 1%4 "dialogue in Israel" sponsored by the Amor iean Jewish Congress will be "The Issues That Unite Us." Dr. Joachim Prinz. president of the Congress, announced this week. The American Jewish Congress leader said the four day meeting' will be held in Jerusalem on Aug. | 10 and 11 and in Haifa on Aug. I 12 and 13. It will be the third i successive year in which AmeriI can Jewish leaders meet with their Israeli counterparts. Dr. Prinz said he would lead the American Jewish Congress delegation to the 1964 "dialogue." He reported that Moshe Sharett. former Prime Minister of Israel and currently chairman of the Jewish Agency, would head the Israeli "dialogue" team. home is open free to the public from l to 5 p.m. daily %  The house looks so tropical, so wide open now compared to the closed up older >tyle." said Mrs. Harold Cnmier. who lived there tor about %  < year .with her mother. I Vis Charles (ireenwald. and four sisters I "The new porch arrangement I and the open dining area at the Side give il a very expansive look. 1 definitely prefer it this way. Anyone would." Mrs. C r omer ; added. "When we were (here it was a nice little home, fairly new. and I .n a nicely kept up neighborhood," !she added. The Greenwald family moved to Miami from Wilmington. Del in the middle 20s. acci rding tt M Cromer. She and hei husband awl two children. Bever] and ': now live at 12m; A: ;i | 0 r a K *> Coral Gables. The City of Mia 0 | Fix-Up Committee .,„ e(i by Commission! \ ,,. ( ^ v. right in an efforl to hi L aiea*s economy. The house, owned • y rs R. Mell. was modernized : \1 result of a conte-i hi 0 mittoe to fin la: would best deni< I h casil irej homes and buildings can be vated. 'eno. MENDOZA Argentina — (JTA) — The Mendozj provincial government took steps this week to pre vent further anti-Jewish activities of the Guardia Restauradora Nacionalista after three members of the extremist nationalist group were arrested last week on suspicion of having been implicated in the bombing of the Mendoza Jew ish Club, the second in a month. Police here confirmed that anti Jewish violence was an integral part of the program of the extremist group. In April of last year the Buenos Aires Government decreed a ban en the GRN as well as the anti-Semitic Tacuara or ganization and closed down the headquarters of both organiza lions. The two groups, however, have continued to act openly, even to the extent of claiming credit for their activities. In a public press conference, spokesmen for the GRN said that they constituted "a Roman CathPailot Off to Confab Ror.ald Pallot. secretary treasur-' • er of Norton Tire Company, attended the Southeast regional conference of the B. F. Goodrich Dealer-" Advisory Council on Tuesday ;it Ihp Royal Orleans Hotel in New Orleans, La. olic apostolic group" to fight liberalism. "We are national ists and attack Jews not for be| ing Jews but for being Communi ists," they declared. The Egyptian Embassy in Beunos Aires issued a communique that Hussein Triki. who has I been distributing anti-Semitic proi paganda on behalf of the Arab league, is net affiliated with I Egypt's diplomatic mission in this I country. The communique also disclaim | ed responsibility for the activities I of Raul Hasson. who has been helping Triki in his work. 77 OTARION HEARING AIDS *polr All Haiti WHiLfc YOU WAIT • orferlr. and Mold, Imperial Hearing Aid Co. 84N.E.2nd Ave. 377 1022 TERMS TRADES PALMER MEMORIALS "/Minmi'i Only Jewish •UlWMMf fatMers" LEADERS IH SERVICE, QUALITY AND VALUE! HAHRY CORDON IK I CORDON |AMES H. 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Friday. April 24. 1964 *Jenisli HtMimm Page 9-C Weli s ions S, [c.UOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ivr Ortnodox. Habbi Isaac Evr i i". R.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Who Htandi < >ul an a ModI .,; I lul new -i11-1 1'urltj '.'" Bar Stephen, -•HI of .Mi. and Iii-iijaniln Carp, — • IAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATiON. r -f5 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox ICarltOr l*ra#l Keishner. — • %  IrsSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Iconservativa. Rabbi Abraham Schv.Ji tz. • — JETM OAV.O. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conj s n i v.itive. Raboi Norman N. Shapiro. | i tor William W L'pson. • • |i in ."-iitnnlay a.m. Mluvnh: Andn Buum, won • %  IIIIU \ii-. V'lrtor Levinc. lETH EL. 500 SW 17tn ave. Orthodox. IRaobi Solomon Schiff. Bin! 8:15 p.m. Saturday %  > ;'.i> a.m. r Mflsvab: .liiinuAllan, son of Mr. Ml -.. ilillii-l-t S.li.llihall— • LTH rSRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. |Rabbi H. Louis Rotiman. ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. %  Cantor Maurice Mamches. —— • —— ETH KODESM 1101 SW 1ith ave. iModern Traditional. Rabbi Max ISh.ipno. Cantor i"red Bernstein. fcinla) vi:, am. Sermon: "ivaUi Hollneu — • —— |ETH MObHt CONGREGATION. J36J0 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. abbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman r"ein. H:I5 p in. Guaat speaker, Him I:..-*-, vicu president, frrlvnda, %  1.1.-i.i. in. -nu People Speak. .. "SuliMdi—Pact ami Fiction." p^ Shubbal h.i-i.il by Dlaterhood, '} H: 13 a in Bar Mltsvah: Bkin, -.11 ni .Mi ami Mrs, alorrln jui'l -Inn. |TH RAPHAEL. 130 NW 3rd ave ithodox. Ralph Kneger, seer* y— TH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orliooox. Rabbi Joseph E. Raxkovsky ITH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th |ve. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipchitz. Cantor Ben.Zion Kirschen. t, 8 ami 8:13 p.m. Sermon: \>v> to h. Little in a Bl| World." Mllzvah: Handy, daughter of Mr Mr-. Irving Knmt'i. Saturday I II in, Car Miuvith: Mark, sun LM' and Mi-. Flunk Haddad. • |AI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St onservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. |antor Jack Lerner. l" p.m. Sermon "Whj We hiiturday H:30 a.m. Bar r> Marsh ill. .-"ii "f Mr and vmour Jaffe e kGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51SI Conservative. Rabbi David Rossfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. 8:15 |i m Sermon: "Teaehiln \"..iit.i.'" (iiiea Shablini hoat' IJ >.-i. :ii i III li r -if Rabbi Mi Louis Wrln ho are mow Saturday 9 %  m. Bai r.\.i li I l.r in..11 Nathan, -"ti % %  < Ml MrMoirki llrody. LAL'DERDALfc EMANU-EL. "801 Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi iciia'-o M. Leviton. • tAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Se' urdai 8 %  %  ln II i %  Hish Price for SancM li hi i % %  .i in l :.u MlttM.i -,.n .1 Sa|| ami Mi II. % %  • — IFSETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave (Orthodox Rabbi David Lemfield. "antor Abraham Seif. IIAMI DEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544 [Washington ave Orthodox. Rabbi Ib'inam Strassfeld. — • IINVONAIRES CONGREGATION. [3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. • — • IEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr. [Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber|nian. e ILTHWE5T CENTER. 6438 SW 8th crvices J his UJechend Lehrman. i'i u.a j **i m iu Cantor Hirsh Adler. Ii.ni Saiiinlay 9 "JTin. CANDUUGHTING TIME 12 Iyar — 6:29 p.m. St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi GreenV...IO. r* Ida i II Ml I R:IS p.m. Sermon: What Bverj Je Musi Kxpeet." ti ..i> a a.in. e SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Coilu.s Mve. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmiaa. l-'i Idas 8 p.in. Satui daj II '..i a in .-. nu.m: "Assimilation." TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN 102? NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantoi Maurice Neu. Friday ii:.!ii ami BUS p.m. Sermon: "Intermiiirlast—A Threat to Survival." lias Mitsvah: (oil, iluiiKlu'cr of Mr. and Mrs. Hanford lii-lliun. satunlai 8:43 a.m. Sermon: "A Chosen People." liar Mltsvah: Bruce, -"ii "i" Mi ami Mr.-. Larry Perlowln, TEMPLE BETH AM. 59M N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. I'riiiav 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Reform Practicu an.I Jewish Law." Satur''ay II a.m. Uar Mlizvah: Bruce, son of Mr. anil Mrs. John A Cavoti. — e TEMPLE BETH SH'RAH. 750O SW 120 thSt. Reconstruction.*!. Rabbi Morns Skop. Canlor Herman Gottlieb. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Steiner. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chasi ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh Cantor Dsvid Convisr l i-iilai 8:is p.m. Sermon: "The truest for Jewish Identity." Batur%  fay 10:43 a.m. Mar Mltsvah: James, son of Mi ami Mrs. James II....: Mark, -..n of Mrs. l-.nl BotTen. • — — 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. TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St Meloim. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor Jacop Bornstein. i"ii.ia\ vr, p.m. Sermon: "Hid %  ;• t hiMise i he Jem TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca I Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards Friday -K. p.m. Pulpil ruest, Rbli li. in -iivel. i Inea Shi al ill '"How >.•! \ [ees, TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st Conservative. R.IUD. Mayer Moram owilz. Cantor Edward Klein. e TEMPLE NER TAM.D. 80th st. am Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi tionai. Rabbi Eugene Laboviti Cantor Saul H. Breeh. TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabb Samuel April. Cantor Gerohon Levir : Tri.ia\ >:::• %  p.m. Serai "A Tribute I to t>ii>-Teachers." Saturda) 11:45 a.m. I.in Mltsvah: Mare, xon of Mr, and ; Airs. All. ha. I Saaioe. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MiAMi 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chel Gale. T'rlday 8:13 p.m. Al Oneg Sbabbat following services, Rabbi Lowy will review "The Quest for a Dream," by John P, Roche. Saturday n a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Herman. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 85 Flamingo Way. Conservati.-e. Rabb Hyman Gross. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks Cantor Ben Dickson. I r rldaj 8:13 P m. Quest speaker, Abe Mann...f the Jewish War Veterans, I Topic: "Oerman Nazis Llvlna I'nder 'he Pi .i|..n of the I'nlted States." I Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: How to he n lli.lv People in our Modern World." I'.il Mitzvah: ilarv Spats, son ,.f Mr. an. I Mis Richard M. Qillaspy. TEMPLE ZIOi^. D/20 SW 17th at Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax man. Cantor Leo Driich | KrUlaj ^:::"> p.m. New Slsterh I officers will i... Installed. Saturday 8 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Bruce, son of Mr. an.I Mrs. i leorRe Hornlk. e TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miam Conservative. Rabbi Henr> Wernick. I'*i iila> s::n p.m. Sermon: ^"Concentrated J'tdalsm." Kn'lowlna .vice Rabbi Wernick will install Sisterhood officers. Saturday 9 a.m termnn: 'TinPortion ..f tne Week." Bar Mltsvah: Steven, son of Mr, and i Mr.-. Abraham itui.in. • YOUNG ISRAci.. use, NE 171 at rirthor'ov Rabbi sthsr****" S'n.h'Friday S:1S p.m. Saturday 8 .. m S .1 "Poi ti. .II ..I the Week." Batya Chapter of Mizrachi Women's Organization of America were entertained at a membership luncheon at the new home of Rabbi and Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan recently. Arrangements committee included Mrs. Alex Shayowitz, president; Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan, hostess; and Mrs. Selig Paiken and Mrs. Joseph Gropen, co-hostesses. Not shown are Mrs. Simon April and Mrs. Harry Lerner. Featured were a new movie from Israel, "Marching Toward Tomorrow," and the Israeli folk singer, Yehudi Segal. Mrs. Alfred Stone is Mizrachi coordinator for Florida. Yom HaMoreh To be Celebrated Codes of Ethical Behavior From Different Viewpoints CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION Seeking Rabbi TEACHING REQUIRED. Wrile Alex R., P.O. Box 37-387 Miami, Florida Available for High Holidays. All-around Cantor, Baal Musef, Baal Koreh & Shofar. REV. HY ISRAEL 3361 SW 26th St. Ph. 445-2760 CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION \ SEEKING RABBI V Teaching required. i Write C. C, P.O. Bex 2973 < f 4 Miami, Florida 33101 By RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN Temple Adath Yeshurun The free air we breathe and the free society In which we live have often left many fleople confused ami bewildered on the meaning of freedom. To these people, freedom means the right to choose whatever part of it thc> want and reject what they (hint want Their interpretation of freedom is proscribed by their own personal interests and emotional involvement. A nation that tampers with the basic laws that guarantee freedom ultimately looses its freedom. The people who are behind the many amendments to make Bible leading and recitation of prayers legal in our public schools are emotionally misguided people. They see freedom from a narrow, self-interest point of view. There are many Jews who sec religion in the same way. They i elate religion to themselves only and accept or reject what suits them best. I have heard i these people argue that tradi-; tionai .lews are the slaves of religion, They have no free Choice whatsoever. Like the vassals ofj a dictator, they follow orders. Strangely enough, these same people who reject the Schulchan Arueh as the authority on Jewish law, accept without question the "Book of Codes" by Emily POSl They prefer to be slaves of convention rather than servants of God. For them, it is a greater calamity to place the fork at the right side of the plate than to consider kashruth and t el ill in as the law of God. I National celebrations of Yom j HaMoreH. National Jewish Teachi ers Day. will be held during the j Jewish festival Lag B'Omer, which occurs this year Apr. 30. TeachI ers in the Jewish schools of, Greater .Miami will be honored throughout the area. A special celebration of Yom HaMoreh will take place at the general membership meeting of the Bureau of Jewish Education j • to be held on Tuesday, May 12. at the Auditorium of Temple Menorah. The Bureau will pay spec[ ial tribute to Hebrew teachers in the community who have given seven years of service to their profession. The Bureau's Board of License will also publicly distribute licenses to new teachers. Election of 'Bureau officers will be held. Joseph Cohen, Bureau president, will conduct the meeting. On Sunday. May 3, a special broadcast for Yom HaMoreh will be heard on the "Still Small Voice" program of the Greater Miami Habbinical Association at 10 a.m: Rabbi Morton Malavsky, of Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood, will introduce the program. Louis Schwartzman, executive director, will interview Hero! Honor, president of the Jewish Educaton Council; Rabbi Shimon Azulay, president of the Hebrew EJucators Alliance; and Mrs. Joshua Stadlan. former president of the Hebrew Teachers Association. The program will also include a Jiarration on the life of the famous r..hbi of the Middles Ages. Saadia the Gaon. Youth Advisors Form Association Thirty volunteers who serve as advisors to the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization groups kicked off their newly-formed Advisors Association at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel last week. First Institute was chaired by Mrs. Tammy Guberman. advisor to Topai BBG, who has served in that capacity for the last five years. Keynote address was given by Jerry Carver, District *B'nai B'rith Youth Organization director, whose speech dealt 'th "Helping Young People to Grow and Mature in a Troubled Society." Advisors who make up the iolunteer corps working with the more than 1.000 teen-agers in Dade County then broke into discussion groups. Mrs. Henry Steinhauser, president B'nai B'rith Youth Organization Board, presented cards on behalf of the B'nai B'rith for outstanding advisor service to those present. B'nai B'rith Youth groups I i Aleph Zadiek Aleph. for boys, and B'nai B'rith Girls RABBI JONAH CAPLAH bound by codes What can be more absurd than to regard the word of Emily Post as more sacred than the word of the Bible? Sedlik Elected Lifetime Officer Earl D. Sedlik, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sedlik, 221 SW 48th Ave. has been elected a lifetime officer of the class of 1964 at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY. He will serve as president of the class. A senior majoring in engineering science. Sedlik is a member of White Key Society, Phalanx, Who's Whe Among Students, and Phi Sigma Delta, social fraternity. 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^^ !" ^^^ !" Page 10-C +Jelst>rkrM >**'n Frid Y. April 24, isj, Soviet Magazine Article Troves' Religious Jews Are Not Subject to Bias* ,h *>vi.t la \i:\\ YoKK-i.lTA —A feature mon in which he Pur article, obviously intended to how said: "We Jews ; n thai religious Jews in the Soviet Union ar I'nion are not subject to discrim_... ... ns i motherland ination, appeared las! weekend in -USSR." an illustrated EnglishIn hi* denunciation of tt language monthly magazine pubas "hypocrisy ; Jrllf e lished b) the Soviet Embassy in %  Washington, it was immediately lac 1; !l I -,en to cover up the tact fiat the pn l,ed "Judaism VVithou, ES — _.. ishment," deri Washington. It was immediately '"•" ">e I haracterized by L S Sen. Jacob ca my % %  .v: .... %  • ;;•' : •' %  %  •"' r-or the man on th; go! Control s fa-,., regularly luted rviee i I i • : 15 designed I • %  hove to go when %  u hov to go. quid rtobly. • —idem concept in i-t-j.state rrovel utihzes the lotest equipment r.pr-. enced "million mile" ond perscnolized service to insure you the eflicient. dcpendoble kmd cf tron>portction your busy lie demands. Whether you ere trovelling for business or picture, next time fly South Central, Coll your trovel o;ent (or schedules ond rc.-ervotions. Ings Visitors to both offices were given commemorative souvenirs, and a chance to win several prizes, including grand prize of a 17ft. IMC Cal Cay skiff, by correctly estimating savings in a giant transparent treasure chest in the institutions main office. An iden. tical ehe-i was in the Palm Springs branch. Second and third prizes were 50,000 Top Value -tamps, and a IH-in. Zenith portable television set. Citizens Federal Savings moved into its main office building in January, 1957. In March, 1960, the branch office at Red Rd. and West 49th St. was opened. The institution was chartered in March. 1952, and opened with S;50.000 in charter savings ac Office Appoints Blum Manager At Americana Gol, Milton R. Blum has been appointed manager of the office of Hercfeld & stein, members of the New york Stock Exchange, in the Americana Hotel. Col Blum lives at 5851 No. Bay Rd.. Miami Beach, with his wife and their three children. Carol Lynn, a sophomore at the University of Miami; Jeffrey, who attends the University of Florida; and Roger, at Beach Elementary School. NEW HEALTH with every LUXURY SOUTH CENTRAL AIRLINES, INC. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NttDS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All Your Furniture, Clothing, linens, Dishes, Drapes, fte. PLEASE CALL US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 Closed Saturday* S-i-r In D r f 'T D eroi re-control'ea twin cascade pools ojr polio ana s n deckt. ,din on jo rmti (ood...donee on entertained.. .gol' on our two 18-hole Championship Mum spons ond recreations ir Hot Springs including plenty o%  night li'e wilt-, big nome entertainers in the nearby Supper Both* away al< *o aches ond pains due to tension ond fe*i • In the superb bathhouse right in V ...-ei.eve .he. .motlsm, arthritis and high olood pressure. Try c | LPOOl BATH agitated a• bettor conditions the body to receive H e ma.im m benefits o< '-and massage. It ootionol ask Fm o purchase Our bath ticl ets. F <*., o.d B m t*.l Colo, Broth,*. -Wfy. eDGA*MAr.


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April 24. 1964 vJmisli fhrUku Page 11-C ,a ndidates Offer Qualifications in May 5 Race %  I irtial lisl ol i ai didati • runn ng for office • i. (For further listings, see oth< i ectu ns in II Hugh F. DuVal Florida's rising number ol nted by Gov. LeRoy Colit'zens We should also unexpired term aslish a permanent State ill. Peace in 1955. Hush Board of qualified senior estabRoad engineers, and I hope lo bo instrumental in increasing the number ol Btate agencies to locate in Dade County," Renick adds. For the young people of the community. Renick will strive "to nine years in office. Judge provide additional vocational high has heard approximately schools to encourage dropout sturases, ranging from misdedents to continue their schooling and felonies up to and :n fields to which they are most first degree murder. suited, and procure an after-care .1 was elected to the post again in i960 and is now reelection to the office in -t District, one of the most • Peace Justice Districts • County. \ active service in the U S, Navj. "I will nol ei age in anj other business or proh ssion during my term ol office as constable," says Clein. "1 consider the function of the constable's office as primarily to Berve civil papers and as an arm and aid to the Justice of the Peace Court, and that is the way I plan to discharge my duties." scr bills tor better reapportionment, minimum wage law and equal paj for women." Martin P. Shachat Nov Judge <>t Dade County .Small Claims Court, Judge Mar tin P. Shachat oilers "my experience, integrity and proven ability" 111 ln bid to remain in his present post, Maxine E. Baker A 1951 graduate ol the UniverIncumbent Maxine E. Baker, tv f Miami Law School. Shachat seeking reelection as State Represerved as No -^ liil 11 Beach Munisentative in Group 14. served in c Dal J"<'gc trom 1953 to 1955 and the 1963 session as a member of a Z ain from 1958 to 1960 Since his appointment to the bench in 1983. mer president of the Jusprogram to see that our problem tee on MentalHealthMd Retardahe'say's "'"l "have heard" more than %  ii • i i >i i t 11 i*. %  In 'i. \ti li-vi,\ i lulu .... i .. >• •*> > lie Peace Constable s Asso"Judge DuVal is the only lustice who holds court five week and in addition holds Saturdays and nights on icy maiters." according p porters, youth released from state reform,: #>11 .,„,, • .... ... SAM rases" atones are watched so that they • ,' %  ,i "I? "^ fon'l fall back into the same enV," '"i S e k ng f £ T^*" A veteran Dick Renick %  I Da le County Cor Dick Renick is campaignthe House of Represents i oup .">. An independent 'i and film producer, the Democrat pledges "to enthe television and film inI come to Florida to estabdios for year-round addimployment." k's platlorm includes "full • of Interama to promote • I tourism, statewide autoinspections, required now Dade County, to help curb fatalities and strengthen state laws pertaining to and drunk driving violaj Faircloth i torney time." Renick believes, \e increase benefits lor sional re-districting in Florida. She pledges "to continue her work toward a bold new approach to mental health, for child welfare better care for the aged, acquisition of State parkand recreation areas and exploration of all possible means of preventing waste in slate government." Mary Ann Mac Kenzie in announcing her candidacy for reelection to the House of Representatives, Mary Ann Mac Keii/ie says "I have decided to go back to Tallahassee to carry on the proinal warrants have been served grams which I have been working from my office," Mrs Hardison or states. | "I sincerely feel that I can do 1 more for our children and youth Earl Faircloth j on a state level and with my past A practising attorney for the | experience in the legislature past 14 years, 43-year-old Earl should accomplish much in this vironment." Thelma R. Hardison Appointed to fill her nusband's 1 II i spired term as constable when be was killed in. 1951. Thelma R. Hardison was returned to the 'office in District 3 in 1952, 1956 and I960. A native Floridian, 39-year-old Mrs. Hardison disc hai ges her du ties with the help ol two <'\; sri enced deputies and a radio patrol car which she provides "In the 13 years of my tenure, 8.000 civil claims and 19.000 cum of Worl.l War II. Judge Shachat serves as president of North Miami Beach Blood Bank and is a member of the Florida. American, Dade County and North Dade B ir \ isociations. Wco-V Hampton Woody Hampton, who served North Miami as city manager l"i four years and Miami as assistant city manager, ion the campaign trail for Congressman from the 3rd District. In qualifying, Hampton stal "We need ,i man from District "North Dane, who will be a I representative ol all the people in area; a man who Will in touch with the needand fei ings ol the people in his district." Hampton holds a BS in Government, did graduate work at the University of Miami and holds an LLB from Vanderbilt I niversity. Leonard O. Weinstein Leonard O. Weinstein, constable seeking reelection in the Fifth Dis trict. is being supported in hi; current campaign by the newly formed Women's Committee for Leonard Weinstein A spokesman for the group stat-. ed. "We are confident that Constable Weinstein will be returned to office because he has proven himself an extraordinary capable public official." on the proposal before the Miami Beach City Council to change the name of Third St., 00 South Beaeii. to Marcie I.iherma.i St., Weinstein said, "I've known Marcie Liberman for many year-, and I think this would be a w n derful way for the City of Miami Beach to honor M rcie's 19 years ol dedicated service." 'Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" ANOTHER 10CAJI0N FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE COULTON BROS. "ART" "AMUR?" "NAT" TOUR TEXACO SOTS Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St. 1 for af*,,.. %  *Kcandidate cneral of Florida. Chosen last year to receive the Allen Morris Award "as outstanding first-term member of the Fiorina House of Representatives." Faircloth served as chairman of the Florida Committee for Fair Representation in 1959. "He waalso among the leaders programs, ii the effort to get a public vote mi the S125 million university ex < %  pansion proposal," according to hisuportcrs. Joe Clein Native Miamian Joe Clein. 32. lays he will be "a full time constable if elected to that post in District 5." Clein received his early educa-, tion in Miami Beach, has a degree I in sociology from the University of Miami and saw two years of I field." Currently practicing law with her husband. Donald, Mrs Mac Kenzie states. "I stand on my record of voting against discriminatory taxes. I shall continue my, fight for better mental health and welfare programs, for vocationaltechnical training schools and and shall again sponWE INSTALL GLASS VOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty L. & G. 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Pace Ifi-P. Page 12-C +Jmlsl>fk)rkBafi Friday. April 24. !3# Hto a/i Erf/a $100,000 Means Continued from Page 1-C Miami community, a request it has been unable to fill previously. \ M YWHA i ta Ml will be able to reinstitute -< I | at the ach l I I '• am I i full w %  einstii \ • %  The Defense Front tour < immunitj rela. -. sored by the ish community, which seek to M engthen Jewish values, work foi the human rights ar.d dignitj oi all minorities, and equal employmenl opportunities, the additional funds the} will receive from Federation is of vital importance to their programs These agencies are the American Jewish Con .:•<-American Jewish Commitiee, Anti-Defamation League ana the Jewish War Veterai For the National Council of Jewish Worrier., successful attainment of the goal will mean additicnal opportunity for the reception and resettlement needs ot Jewish families coming to Miami from Latin America and from countries overseas. n the University Miami Hi! [ a successfu pi will :• rufest through Federation's support of an additional member to help plan acth ity programs and oifer counse!: in the many phases of collegiate and academic life which are vital to the welfare of the student. Aid 1o Servicemen For the Jewish Welfare Board program on behalf of servicemen. i Horn, rtead Air l lj and in ntrj and seas, a help %  % %  .', ..and the:: %  cd in prior years by I For tors of 1 • its agei year v ill sem over ; In IA %  %  can;.I im| rtancj .• rnmigrating and absorbing Jewish men. women and childr. Israel will be aided b> the camp.; Examples of the way in which the addtional money will be spenl is illustrated by the following: $1,020 will enable the Jewish Agency, one of the agencies of the United Jewish Appeal, to bring an immigrant family of four to Israel and provide relief while in transit. $99 will buy a month of hot lunches, provided by the Joint Distribution Committee, another agency of the United Jewish Appeal, for a class of 30 Jewish school children in a North African country. These and many other vital human needs in the community and throughout the world can be better and more effectively met if the Combined Jewish Appeal goal of $1,386,500 is realized Inspin HARRY MIZRACH Mizrach inspires Mercantile Unit Among leaders of the Mere !" tile Division drivi >n behalf of Combined Jewish ,| ar ry Mizrach, presidi .1 „i KinHole. Inc., who MI ,.. jJJJ? man of the Appeal Group. Division Co-Chaii t ^m Brooks, vice pn Bur (One's, and William S Ruben, vice I resident oi J< r ai Marsh, cited Mizrach a"an ', unteer on behalf K^'COB, bined Jewish App "In addition to n •-<, a parel Group to m i a< h has taki n from his 1 the work of Coml li peal and obtain ; %  %  • \ annual campaign fn m hi< o; ,-t*:$ who super. ; • :-:..:• M N -.'-':: C 'W** %  • : :z.::% MEANS KOSHER CAR RENT PLYMOUTH AND OTHER FINE C*RS — ,m BW A WEEK V I PLt-3 8c M'LE J I %  Convert,Die$ ^ I # S2C Week up ABOTT MOTORS, INC. W FLAGLER PR 5€*6S W K AT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on W K A T F M $3.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! W K AT-FM MIAMI'S JEWISH RADIO STATION WEDR-FM 99.1 ON YOUR FM RADIO DIAL THE MIAMI JEWISH SCENE MONDAY-FRIDAY 10-11 A.M. SUNDAY 12:30-1:30 RUBEN GUBERMAN, M.C. JACOB SCHACTER'S YIDDISH PROGRAM MONDAY-FRIDAY 11-12 A.M. SUNDAY 3:15-4:15 P.M. THE TORAH HOUR NARRATED BY RABBI TIBOR STERN, SUNDAY 12 NOON TALMUDIC SEMINAR OF THE AIR WITH RABBI PINCHAS M. TEITZ, SUNDAY 1:30-2 P.M. • If you do not already have an FM Radio, WEDR has made arrangements to have a beautiful and powerful AM-FM Table Model Radio delivered to your home for only $19.95 plus tax. All you have to do is call WEDR, 633-0167 and ask to have a radio delivered to your home. LISTEN IN TODAY!



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+Jei*t) norSdton Page 13-C Ci %  Oli It Sherwin Stauber, of Young Israel Congregation, and H. Louis Rottman, of Beth Israel Synagogue, congrattabbi David Lehrfield (center) on the recent installation lechitzah" in Kneseth Israel Congregation. The rabbis, Br with Rabbi Phineas Weberman, of Ohev Shalom sgue, are members of the Orthodox Rabbinical Council iter Miami, and met with the officers of Kneseth Israel jation to plan the project. Iwill Plans Valuable Building of Goodwill Industries) imously elected Sen. Har"ain, vice president of j federal Savings and Loan on. as its general chair. a program which will renancial support of Dade for acquiring a build (iniii Miami Ave former the Miami Herald. ted .lameA. Ryder \. Perry, two of the ori p rporaton of the local as associate chairmen ttort to secure $400,000 in pledges to meet capital Including equipment and Accurate Complete News Coverage Printed in BOSTON LOS ANGELES LONDON | Year $24 6 Months $12 3 Months $6 Clip thi advertisement and turn it with your check or bney order to: he Christian Science Monitor One Norway Street Boston, Mats. 021 IS some building alteration. Commenting on the fact that Goodwill was able to purchase the recentl> -appraised S900.000 building for only S325.00O. Sen. Cain said: "This is a project which 1 believe the citizens of the area MII welcome warmly, offering, as it does, an opportunity to purchase these capital nei ds .it a time when iverj dollar buys marly three dollars worth of building and i met i." The Goo Iwill program meel its own operation cost by means of repair and sale of discarded materials by handicapped men and women, conducts no annual fund solicitation, helps the workers become tax payers instead of tax users, and in this program "asks support to meet only capital needs." Sen. Cain said. This Emblem Identifies Your Welcome Wagon Sponsors*f5\ GROSSMAN, Solomon, 16, of B818 Carlyle Ave died Apr. 13. Riverside. AXELROD, Mas. Basher, W44 j\V ""•til St. Services In N, w Yolk. Riverside. AVAN, Itlzk, 67. of 2236 HW 3rd Ave. Services 111 Will. I, mil. Man, Itiv%  ralde. COHN. Michael, 71, of !>"" Euclid Ave. Riverside. RlCHMAN, Mrs. Anna, 7". ol 7886 Crespl Blvd. Services in New York. Riverside BERKOWITZ. Bather, B8, ..f SOI NW 38 th Ave., died Apr. in. Cordon, FREIDENREICH. Julius. 71, of 1361 Euclid Ave., died Aprl. 16. River| side. | ClMPEL, Louis. T!. ni 17.'.:, WashIngton Ave„ ill.a Apr. in. Service! III Long Island, N.Y. Riverside. MITNICK. .Mrs. Teddy, 58, of 1035 Bth St., died Apr. it. Riverside. PRIGORSKY. Joseph, 46, of 860 XW 2nd St., died Apr. ii. Gordon. SLEWETT. Philip, s:i. of ISC l!'th St.. ,i.,,i Apr. |j. Riverside. GOLDMAN. .Mux, <•:',, of IT, E. Ban Mario Dr. Services In New York. Riverside. KOOCK. Michael J.. "6. of nr, collins Ave. Services in New York. Riverside. POSNANSKY lira. Bernlce, 40, of H.14 \K lx:!rd St. Riverside. WASSERMAN, Albert, 63, of 4X23 Collins Ave. bervloea in Washington, D.C. Riverside. hALPERIN. Ida, 72. of 162 N\V 21th St., died Apr. 12. Qordon, MESSING, -Mrs Frieda, vs. of 33.") S\V |2Ul Ave., died Apr 12. Rlvel side, SUSSMAN, Mrs. Minna. 65, of 826 Pennsylvania Ave., died Apr. 11. i:i\ i ralde. RIFKIN. Jennie, of 1061 Collins Ave. New man. TEITELBAUM. Louis, 68, ,.| 641 ruli St. Rlversldi CHASIN. Mrs. Minna, mother of Ni i %  el "i ..in. II. .in.i .1 vi in. i \ isjtor IOI iii,past ; y, urs, died at In r .\. w ^ .,i K a. mi* un M .i SWART/, Al;i.. i .\l ..s, ,,i :;a ,\| a •' %  >" % %  : 410.1 CHMbE, Mrs. Raj -:. ol W .i Av< .-• es ill IVo i DON uER. Norman, .;v. of 161] M uinn kve. Sei I Ii ... in Urn ikl) n FOLDlaH, Kti |>l n, 7;'. of i n I ColCollln* Vve. Si r rhl< II KIMMELMAN, Harry, •".:•, of 600 SW Jth Ave. Si i %  Phlladelpl New : WOLF. s. mi II.-I. 72, of 1819 -I., i Ave. S< i \,. > in i: kii i, River• HERSH. Henry A. :,7. of 960 Wesl Ave.. .li.il Apr. 7. Riverside. GREENBERG. Mllford A.. j2. of 2360 Magnolia Rd., died Apr. | R| V i i s <1 ork i'..\ • rside. FELTENSTEIN. Thcl.y. 60, ..f Is7\ Coin I Way. Services in Brooklyn. Rlvi rside. RABINOWITZ, Albert, 71, of 33.'. Ocean Dr. Services In Brooklyn. Gordon. ROPEIK. Mrs. Sarah. 64, of 7868 sw l:lth St. Services In Trenton, .v.I. Riverside. WIRTH. Moaes, 73. of 800 Collins Ave. Services in New fork. Qordon. CAMNER. Sally. 56, of 74U1 SW 68th si. Qordon. EICHENBAUM, Mrs. Ethel, .,7. ..f 619 Meridian Ave., died Aprl 8. Riverside. KANE. Harry S., ill', died Apr. 7. Ui\ eralde. KLUGELMAN. William F. 78, of 27 NW 4th PI., died Apr. 7. Riverside. GREENBERG. Mllford. S3, of 2860 Magnolia Rd., died Apr. H. Riverslde, ASCHER. Michael, 74. of 4121 Indian Creek Dr. Riveralde. BOYLE. Stewart Salmon. 69, of 1!>I4 N. Michigan Ave., died Apr. 7. Riverside. GR.FF, Harry. 7S. ,,f 1ST? NIC 4th Ave, Qordon. LAVENTHAL. Max. 7". of 710 Michigan Ave. Newman. MILITZKIS. Mrs. Nina, : %  :>. of 34!' i i in I ir. r.l.uik. ACKERMAN. Sherman, ",!'. of 8701 Collins Ave. Services iu Milwaukee Riverside. BROWN. Harold, 58. ,.f 800 Dade Blvd. Newman. COLDSMITH. Mrs. Val. 66, Ol 1625 LEGAL NOTICE u a r i e s ''.'Mips Ave, Service! In Clevelani .\. a man. KWOC2KA. Mis. Rita, 66, of Mfi NE 70th St. Sei-vices In Brooklyn. Rive rside. RADERMAN. Max. 7:1. of 944 Collins Axi'. Services In New York. Blasbel g. WABER. Louis, 7\ of 800 S. Shore l r. Services In Philadelphia. Blasberg, SHAPIRO, Mrs. Lena, 7". of 2461 s\v 14th St. Kervlces in Bridgeport, Conn, i lord.in. SiROT, Wolf, 87, of 161 NB 62nd Bt Services in Newark. Riveralde. BRICKNER. Louis, 76, of 11454 Nor-' mainly Dr., died Mar. II, River' aide. KAY, Mrs. Cassie I.. IL of 120 S... Shore in-., died Mar. :;i Services in Pittsburgh. Riveralde, BQYARSKY, Meyer, 69, of 1"."1 Collins Ave. Services in New York. Riveralde. GOLDFARB, Bamuel, 75, of 172" Collins Ave. Bervicea In Osslnlng, N.Y. Riveralde, GARRON. Louis, of 2181 SW Ith St., .ii. .1 Apr. I. Cordon. LEGAL NOTICE Firms of prestige in the business and civic life of your community. LEGAL NOTICE FIRM; INTERESTED IN SPONSORSHIP, PLEASE CALL HI 8-4994 NOTICE UNDER FXTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HRRKRV. fJlVBN that the undersigned, deslrlnii to > ii-:.iu.' In business under the fictitious name nf RAT.MAR VPARTMENTS at 680507 \i.i. .II Avenue, Miami Beach, Intrn.is i Fclstei said name with the i' i k of the ''in nit Court of I 'a.l.County, l Inridn. MARTHA MALI.AN MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant mi Alnsley HidR. 4/17-24. 3/1-S IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 62889-C IN RE: Estate of K.-Tll.l. B. SPARKS I receased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona ii;n Ing Claims or Demands Agulnst Said Batate: Y..ii are hereby notified and required to present any claims and do; mands whlrh you ma) have against the estate of KSTII.I. i-:. SPARKS, deceased Ii I Dade County, Klorida, t" the County Judges of Dade County, and f IKthe same In duplicate and aprovided In Section 733.16 Plorl III SCttuti's, In HiII tifl %  %  %  in v Com house In i 'iidi i "otii %  Ida, within nix nontha irom the time % %  > the flri %  !• I h. i ': I ,1 W : '., %  II, '. I I, 1984 LOl'lH Mi.. ,! \\ 1 uor ol Br %  I h da.' ul April MYERS, m:i.M \., ,v KAPLAN nan AIL, in. > s for Exei ulor 1150 S W. 1st St., Miami. Fin. 4/17-24, ", I-* IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62676 A IN RE: Betate of .MiiRlilS M BARRI >N 11,. eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AII Creditors and \u Persons HavInt claims or 11 in.mils Against Said Estate: You HrtHereby notified nnd requlred t> preaenl any claims and demands wlik'h you may have against Hi. estate of MORRIS M BARRON, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, ami file the sain,In duplicate and as provided in Section 7:i3.ii>. Florida Statutes, in their offices In the i'.,uni\ Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months i rom the time of the first publlcatl in hereof, or the -amp will be haired. Haled at Miami, Florida, this 14th day of April, A.D. 1664. MARY HAItm IN As Executrix BIMON, HAYS A. c.RI'NDWERi; Attorneys for Kxeeulrix :'.ii| Ain-I. v r.n.M.im Miami, Florida 16182 I 17-L'4. ". 1-8 T.* CIRCUS INDIAN RIVER ORANGES AND MMK OR WMITf SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT $4W Delivered Anywhere U.6.A. Half ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED lOEO-INSURED-GUARANTEED 1 • 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 -FR 4-8783 FftH ORANGE JUICE Wf PACK EM RITE HERE 8 AM TO 10 PM DAILY IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62798 A IN RE: Batate of ANNA DENMARK Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All PeraolU llavinii Claims or Demands Against Said Batate: You are hereby notified and required to pres.-ut any claims and demands whlrh you may have against the estate of ANNA DENMARK, deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same tn duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse In Pad, County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be harred. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2nd day of April, A.IL 1W4. ALBERT DENMARK As Executor SIMON, HAYS A QRUNDWERO Attorne) s for Ex< cutrlx 301 Alnsley Building Miami, Florida 16113 4/17-21, 5/1-8 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62635-C l.\ RE: Batate of HBRMAN UNAS I i.e.-.i -. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All and All Persons Ha> ing Claims or Demands Agulnst Said Estate: You -are h -Lliy notified and rebuild i.. i. %  • an) i lalms and dema II Is W 111. h \ ,.|| II iv ha \ %  the estate of HERMAN LIN \>. deceased late of Dade County, Florida, i.. the 'o intj Judges of I lade i •i.iini.v and fill the me In dupllcati and as provided In Seetlon i33.16, Florids siaiut s. in their offices in i lie Counts Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within -i\ calendar months trom the time of the first pub I hereof, or the name will !-• barred. Dated al Miami, Florida, this llth .lay I,I April. A.D. 1664. 8/HILDA UNAS WEINBBRQ As Executrix First publl aion of this notice on the 17th day of April. IM4. ARONOVITZ, SILVER a Si'HFK Attorneys for Bxeeutrlx fi07 Alnsley liuilding Miami. Florida I 17-21, I 1-v NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY UIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engag< ,n i.i-iii. -s under the fictitious name oi M"a M MHJI'ORS at T;7* v \\* 63nd Street, Miami. Florida intends to reglater said nanv with the Clerk of hi circuit Court of Hade County. Florida. i. I! II. LIQL't ilt Cl Htl'c IRATII IN a Fla. Crp. MYERS, HBIM \N A.KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 1150 S.W. 1st Street 4 17-21. I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4113 Ml l.i is BBRAN, Plaintiff, vs. J MARIA BBRAN, 11< fclldnnt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MARIA RERAN ,. Thomas Lenclone :!li:m Northw, St Hi Street Apartment No. iW:i Waahlngton, D.C. Y.u. MARIA BBRAN, are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has bean filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, BERT B. OLSON, 611 AlnsleyHuildinK, Miami. 1 ade County. Florida, and fluthe original Anawei or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 18th day of May. 1!64. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default w-ill he taken against you for the relief demanded in the I '.ill of Complaint. -This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weekfl In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN. I M INE VND i IR] IERE11 at -Miami, Florida, this 13th day of April. A 11 1964. i: R LEATHERMAN, Clerk, i i 'oui t. I lade Count! Florida • al i By: K. M I.Y.MAN %  I!F:RT : OL> 'V I '17-24. %  'E CIRCUiT COURT OF THE liTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4205 STAN HSINSKI, Pis nit Iff, \ s. t'l (NCETTA R, l'-i iBINSKI, I ef< n.i.inl. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION n CONCETTA R. BOB1NSK1 • ,. Rose R' %  • .'. Cotton Hollow Road Naugatuck, i 'onnectlcut YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a i ',,iiipia.in i ir Divorce has been filed against yqu, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer on the Plaintiff's attorney, RoBKRT H. TRAURIO, 11J5 dul'.mi Huilding, .Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer in ll ffii e ol the Clerk of the Circuit Court, on or hefore the llth day of May, )M4; otherwise, the allegations In -aid Complaint win be taken as confessed by you. and a Decree Pro ConfesaO will be entered against you for the relief prayed for in said Complaint. DATED this 15th day of April. l64. B. B. LEATHERMAN. i'l.-k 's,all B) : C. )'. I'tH'Kl.AXD 4/lf-M, 5/1-8 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 4456 THK1.MA NATHAN b'ALB, Plaintiff, VS. LESLIE GANDELL SALE, iv:'. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: LESLIE UANDEL.L SALE RESIDENCE L'NKNOW N You LESLIE IIANDEL.L SALE are hereby notified that an Amended Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you an f to serve a cop) of ..oar Anawer or Pleading to the Bill "I Complaint on the '•iff's Attorney, Nelan Sweet, 120 l.in .,ln l!. ad, Miami Beach, F1 and file tinoriginal Answei .,i Pleading in iii. uffici of the clerk of the out i on or bi fori the i Ith .I. j of May. 19*4 If you fall to do so. • judgment by default will be taken .II he reli. i .1, in.in.1. .1 In the An mplalnt. This pot let • publlahed <.!. %  a each week ror four eonaecutlve weeka • In THE JEWISH FLORID1 \N. DONE AND ORDERED u Miami, Florida, this 2nd das of April, A l. 1*64. I-: P UFATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dad< County, Florida is.all By: l.. 8NEBDEN, I reptlty clerk NELAN SWEET i i. Lincoln ltd. Miami Beach, Fla, A' .01 nev for I'l.i ml il t 4/10-17-21, 5 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4080 ALICE CHATLOS, Plaintiff, vs. EDWARD CHATLOS) Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TOO, EDWARD CHATLOS, residence address unknown, are required to file your answer to the complaint for Divorce with the Clark of the above styled Court and serve a Copy thereof upon Herman Cohen, FJsq., 1110-11 Congress Building, Miami. Florida, on or before May 18th, 1H-14 or else complaint will be taken as confessed. DATED April 13th. K'M. F H LEATHERMAN clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) By: K. M I.Y.MAN l reputy i 'i. rk 4/17-24, 6/1-8 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62649-A IN RB: Batate of ROSB I, SCHNEIDER Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims .a Demands Against Said Batata: V..U are hereby notified and required to present any claims and deii.amiwhich you may have attainst the estate of ROSB i. BCHNB1DBR deceased late of I lad*. County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dads County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse In Hade County, Florida, Within six calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will bC barred. s BAULZALKA MARX M FABER Attorney "1611 Congress Building Miami. Florida 4/10-17-21. 6, 1



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Page 14-C •, Bpmisii McriiHrtr Friday, April 24, LEGAL NOTICE i N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNT/. IN CHANCERY No. 64C 2581 >ROTHY i. i: NOTICE OF SUIT '• d Lewi* and I >aroth) I.. I. ':-:.• i tontvn, \t n .in led i:iii unknown *n< !f ll\!ng and If lead. :!i. unknown isees, grantees, aaalgni i • -. r%  l!:-i -. trustee* or other by, iln nHBh. ii.. %  gains! ..in ol ilu..I.'.v. iKiMir.l !l<.. .l.-t ..>..!. f< ..• hi n !•. notified thai the vi captioned uetlon h..s been In.u.. ii-: )"U iii the %  "i..-iiii irt of the Eh > ."ith Judl. lal I 'ii • of Florida In mid for l>aae Coun%  :• %  %  mortgag. upon ih. ng .!•— ri... I real |>ropc i If. 34. Dlork • %  -CL'RTISB PARK dint to the I'lal thel aof, -• urded In I'i.n Hook '<'• at Paste J %  f the Publl. Record* ol Uade Co inij. K lorida. Yog .. • • • % %  ed i" file \ onr an-.>r :.. plaintiff* complaint with the Clerk "i the aforesaid Court, and •"!>' %  -. cop) thereol upon plaint III tttorne) MARTIN ri\K. Ilili Floor, Uade Federal ItuikHnaj, Mian SS, Ida not later than Maj Ith, I MM, I I • '-•--., H ill Ii. li agalnal you. DATEI • March :'.!. 1964. E, B. LEATHERMAN 'lerk <>f the "ii euil i 'ourt Bj : C. P. i" IPELAND i'. uty "let k MARTIN 1INE Attorn< y for Plaintiff Ith Floor I i.-.'i. I-. ilernl Bid*. Miami 38, Florida I %  .-'"-• 7 _• I i Dmtw LEGAL NOTICE BY HENRY LEONARD 0, ISI% "Our Cantor? The greatest! He gives you 4,000 years of Jewish suffering with one kvetch." Copi. 1964, Doyen LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE this 31st IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62615 B IX RE: Estate ol .(FIJI'S AMIIROSK J teceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AII Creditors and All Persons HavIIIK Clainia or Dem a n dg Against Said Kstaf. : Ton .ire hereby notified anil required to prevent any .hums ami ou in.i\ have aaalnat the eHtate ..f TIU.1K HIRSCH dei Uite .•!' l>ad,. County, Florida to the County Judges of Dade County, and file th,. same in duplicate '"I a* provided in Rectlon ::::: 16 Florida Statutes, In tht-ir off I.-..In the County Courthouse in Dade County. Fioi-iiia, within six calendar months fr..in the time ..f the first publication hereof, or tha Mime will no lu.rred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 30th >riy of March, A.D. )4. l-'TIS IflHSCH As A.lminisirat.ir .u FI 7', PUbM'-a'ion of this notice on 'he 3rd day ..r Anrtl 1M4. i.KdNAitli c. BREST "f My. is. n.linan *• Kaplan Attorney for Administrator n.iO B.W. 1st Street %  tarnl :•. Florida 4 :-'"-i:-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No 64C 3307 AUFltKTi EDWARD HARRISON Piainmr, \.-. HAOER A II VRRISO.V, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: H VOER A, HARRTSON R< -i.l. n. .I nknou n Tou, HAOER A HARRISON are l.y notified that a J'lli of ComM for Dirbrce has been fii.-d ilnst vmi, and you are required to •erve %  copj .f yoor An*wei or Pleading TO the Bill of Complaint .in the I'laintiffs attorney, EdVard Huaali %  -. Northwest 7th St.. Miami. Florida %  n.I file the ..rlfflmil Answer .-r Pleading In the offiv of the Clerk of the cir.-nit Court on -r before the 4th day of May. Itl. If you fail t,. do On judement by default will be taken aitaln-t yM for the r.-l|.-f demanded in the Rill of c.mplatnt. This notice -hall be published once %  ""JUyj!*? f '"' f '" lr consecutive wi in THE JEWISH W/mil.IAN DONE A7CI> fiRDERED at Miami, rt y "' A| """' A %  B f.KVTHERMAN. Clerk circuit Court. Dade countv. Florida laeal) Bj K. M, LV.MA.N Itepmy clerk EDWARD lltSAK 1700 N.W. 7th St. Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 4/3-10-17-24 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62658 C IN RE: Estate "f Af.KXANDER I.KVA I I. ..!.-. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All c,-.dlt.rs and All Persons Having ci.iimor Demand* Agalnal s.ii.i Estate: Tou are hereby notlfl.-d and required to present any claim* and demand* whi.h vnj may ha\>against th. estate ol ALEXANDER l.KVA •I.-, cased late ..f Dade Count}', Florida, to the County Judges of Dad.County, and file the sabre In duplicate and as provided In Section 733.115. Florida Statutes, in their offices In the County Courthouse in l>ade County. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first | > 111.1 ]. a I i"i i hereof, or the same will be barred. l>atod at .Miami, Florida, this 1st day .f April. A.D .s-6i. /a/ MAKCAHKTTK LEVA As Executrix First publication of this notice .n the l"th day of April. 1M4. RICHARD >v NELSON Atloin.-y for Kxc-utrhc (06 Lincoln Road. Miami Reach 4710-17-, ". 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned^ desirhig to engage II btfjfdnea* under the fictitious num.of IIIOI.lHllCAL ASM ICIATKS at IMi. BOX 33-313 Miami. Ifto., Intend to relstei' said name with the Clerk ..t the Circuit Court of Dad. County. Fiorina. STANLEY JOHN KACHARIAS and II.A MAE BACHARIAS, I'.plal Partners B\ PAl'L KWITNKV ..f SILVERSTEIN. KWITNKV and IJoudlse Attorne) for Applicants IL'ii Lincoln Road Mall 4 17-14, ". 1-IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62337 IN RE: Eatate of SIDNEY HALBERti I .l'1'.'.IM'l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltoni and All Persons Having claims ..r Demands Against s.ii.i Estate: Von ar>her.-lo* notified .ni.l required to present an> claims and demands which vou ma) have against the estate ..f SIDNKY HALItERO deceused late ol Dole County, Florida. to the Count} Judges of Dade County. and file th.same in duplicate and aprovided In Section 733.16, l lorida Statutes, in their ..flics in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the lime of the f.i-st publication hereof, ol the same will be ban ed. Dated at Miami, Florida, this ::-t day of March, A.D 1(64. KITH l.KK HALBERO As Administratrix First puhli.'.iii-.n of this notice MASZK\VSK1 and 1IKI.KNK TOM-I d ?> 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 64C 3953 I (ICY R HASSKI.K. Plaintiff I KRNKSTINA HASSKI.K. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: KRN'KSTIN'A HAHBELE I73S Junction Itoulevurd Corona, I-. 1 Ne\ York You, Erneatlna Mass. le. are hereby rtotrned that a Rill ..f Complaint for Divorce has been Bled agalnal \<>u, and you are required to *erv< a cpy of your Answer or Pleading to the BiH of Complaint ..n th.PlatnI tl'f's attorney, SAM ItKOoM, .'" 8.E. rtrsl Avenue, .Miami, I lorida. and iii. the original Answer or Pl< iding l ii. the office "i the Cl.-rk of the Ciri.it Cur? on or before the loth f May, |M4). if you fall to d. NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVEN that h< in lei ned, desiring '.. engage ,, i.--— i.l.-. — ma. r the name ,.f |',I..:XI;!; (4 VUI>.~ ''' %  -i" N II -i si r. %  '. in', lids to I ith ih. Clerk ol the circuit Dad.County, Florida SOfTHEASTERN II XT CORP I 17-24. %  l- NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOl'S NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai Ihe undersigned, desiring I gag< In business under the fictitious name ..f M.I'MIN'IM l"H: KING li I 'nth Com t, It1.itah. Inti ltd* i" "%  later said name with Ihe Clerk "f the Circuit court ".f Dad. County, Florida. Al.t'MIN'I'M I" >RM. INC. I.KnN VltD .1. KALIKH Attorned for xpnllcant |(S9 .I'll '••HI Building 4 -.'-17-24. %  %  I NOT CE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Act* ol 1941 File No. AA-21386 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'hat Nathaniel W Siegel holder of City of Dial.a!i, Florida Tax Kale Certificate and "r City of Hlaleah hlnrtdg Hpe. lal Assessini nl i. i Cerl Ifli ntel numbered ID. IM, 363, 611, 61, 630, ..ml IMS Issued ihe :'M!I day of May. A D. IMS ha* filed sami in mj office, and has made application fm deed to be Iss u il then n Said certificate* einbra.-e Ih* I %  !' %  %  • na ilea. rlba .i "i npei ty, n thi i "ounty ol l ludi State ..f Flot Ida, to-wlt: I>.t N f, B'j loi T. : • 13th Addn Ain-i i" i'lal U*'k •_". I %  age 37, >• %  M-.i • Tn i-nshlp "' S h, Rangi 11 Bast n the ("it\ .-f Hlali -ih. • %  • mt> "i' l'. %  • Florida, as embraced in Tax Sal* •. i %  ifli .-. Nn 'I rh. i ... ,i pi..-.. %  • v un.I. r th. aid cer. Issued wan lh< -. me ol .i i: >']'.. ik> l..-t 7. Block %  -'•'. Wi tha %  •• H< Iteht* 3rd Addn Plat R 9 l*ag< M, Section ::"•. Township %  -' South. Range I" East in the I'itj f Hlaleah. C.iinty of Dad.. Stati ol F'orIda, a* .-mi i In Tax Sale •". %  tlflcati No 166 The ..----mem ..t -aid prnpertj undi r thi ....i set tlflcate issii-l wn* in the name ..( Mark Land Co s IS 1 of l-S-l \4. Block :t". Tenth Addition to ihe Town ol Hlaleah, Plat Book \ l*age inO, Section 7. Township :.:: South, Range II Bast, in the city ..f Hlaleah, County >.f Dole. State of Florida, aembraced in Special A.-s.-sin.-: %  Lien Certificate No 565 The assessment ol said property undei thi uid certificate leau .1 wtifl in iii.name .-t* c W. GaylOTd, W SO' of Tr IS FC, Ilia, ah 1 Ith Addition Rev. Phil Book II, Page :::•. Section .'.. Township :.:t South, Range ii Bast, in the citj .-; Hlaleah, Count) of Da.i.. stati of Florida, a* embraced n Special Assessment U.-n Certificati No. 811. The aaaeaament ol aald property under th. said certificatiIssued was in the name of .1. A I' Adams. Lota 28 A M, Block I, Bnugalnvilla Hgts., I'lat Hook 1".. Page 71, Seei on 31, Township liS South Range 41 East, in th.Citj ..f Hlaleah. County of Dade, State of Florida, aembraced in Special A men! Lien Certificate No. 618. Th* assessment ..f sai.l property under the said ertlflc ite issued % %  at in the II.. in. of i: %  l.. Calvi ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! -Jenisf-fh rid/for %  olicita your legal notice*. W appreciate font patronage and guarantee, ed to |.i %  •-• ',t .i man.I\\ iii. Il ) on n i v li.n. •i estate ..f M \l;.; \nv. MK.Vl" iRF •'• eased lat. York County, New v "ount Judge* ol I nd. •n. i %  % %  led In hectln 733.1 ut. -. in th.ir o'fi • • t| on* ti i '.I.'u ithnt -i\ caL-nda' • I the : i r -1 |. %  ; or t he -.me will 1.. I'.ii.l at Ml.ml. Florida da} % %  April. AD !'i0l MILTitN A. FR1EH.M \ A I %  • \.-/K\VSKI whose r.-sideiH address is ill X \\\ Tluh Street — Lot D 135, Miami. Florid*! in the City ,.f M ami, Dade Count}', Florida, Intend to apply to the Honorable RAY PEARSON, Judge ol the Eleventh -ludi. lal circuit, III and for Dade County, at his I office in tlie County Court Mouse, at | :ft< o'clock A.M.. on the SJth day of May, 1M4, or n OOOn thereafter as th*.>may he heard. f.r an order i ha urine their names from HENRY TOMASZUWSKI and HELENS I'IIMASZITWSKI. to HENRY C. THOMAfi and HRl.KNK TIKiMAS, bj which name they will thereafter be Known. Dnted at Miami. Florida, this 14th dav of April. A D. IW4. HENRY c TOaJARZKWSKI HI:I.KNK TDMASZ I:\VSKI Petitioners RtlRERT I, HR()VBB %  Attorney for Petitioner* I IS20 Indian Creek Drive Miami It.a.h. Fla —I'.N I-SSS1 I 17-J4. 1-s judrnieiit by default will he taken agalnal you lor the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall he pul.ifsh.d once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN. HONK AND ORDERKD at Miami. Florida, this Suh day of April A.D. IM4, E. It I.KATHKRMAN. Clerk Circuit court. Dad* County. Florida (Circuit curt Seal) By: c. p. ciii'KUXND Depute derk BAM BLOOM :'" S K. First Avenue Miami. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 4 lT-1'4. 5 1-1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62664 A IN RE: Estate of M.Wi'Kl. SCHWA RTZ.M AN I lece a s e d. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Clafnta or Demanda Aaalnet Said Estates Vou are hereby notified and re%  iii'.'i '" present any rbtlma and demand* which you M a \ have against the estate of MANTKI. KCHWARTZMAN di waaed late of Bade County, Florida, to.the county Judges of Da.i.County, and file the sam.In duplicate and as provided in Section 733 16, Florida siatutes. In their office* in the County Courthouse in Dad. County, Florida, within six calendar month* from the time of the first publ Hereof, or the same will be barred Dated at Miami. Florida, thi.1-t dgj ..f April, A.D. 19*4. REORGE OOLDfiN AH Executor Ftrst puldii-atlon of this notice on thi Hull day of April, 19ii4. JEROME %  ; GREENE Attorney for Executor 241 Security Trust llldg. Miami 3S, Florida 4/10-17-24. I 1 ehv f..r NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 64C i*61 I PALM A RVZAS, Plaintiff, \ s. I GEORGE RTZA8. I i.fei'dant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T( OE< >ROE Ut V. \> i:.-i l. nee I'nknown You. GEORGU HL'ZAS, are i notified that a Dill ..r Complaint Divor.e has been filed against you, ami >on are required t.. -. i,. ..f your Answer or Pleading t.. thi Hill of Coinplilnt on the lla attorney. MALCOLM II FRIEDMAN :'i". Security Trust Building, 111 I ,,t Flagler Street, Miami, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading III the ofli".' of the Clerk of 111Circuit Court on or before th. I.'.th day of May. 1HS4. If >..u fall t.. do so. judgment by default ;n-i.e taken against you for the relief demanded in the Rill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once earn week for four consecutive w.-kin THE JEWISH FLoRIDl\N o.P?£. K 4f D "HI>KRKD at Miami. Florida, this ,th day of April AD. Iste4. B. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk circuit Cnurt. Dade Countv, Florida (Circuit i '..in t Seall Bj C P. COPELAND, Deputy Cl.-rk MALCOLM II. FRIKDMA.N243 hecurity Trust Kullding 111 Bagt Kiagi-r Street Miami, Florida MISS 4 10-17-St, .", 1 i^.t.! Thru .;. Block .".. ith Ave Ext to Hlaleah, Plat Book n, l>age •.. Section 31, Township .".:' South. Range n East, In thi i"lt> ..f Hlaleah, County of Dade, State of Florida, aembraced in Special \--.— mem Lien Certificati No, .,:;... The ass. --in. m .f -aid prop* rtj undei the sai.l certlllcati ssued was in the name of -I ill I ./.-, dgii N Tr I less w 3S3', r^ogan Creel Revised, Plat Booh 33, Pag. :• Section SS, Town-lop ',;' South, Range 41 Ivast. in the City ,,f Mialeah County ..f Dade, Slate of Florida aembraced In Special Aaaeaamenl I.ien Certificate No. 646. The ass men) ..t said propert) ln d. i the -..i.l certificate Issued ..In the name of H. A. Hughey. I'nleaa said cerUflcatea shall '. r .deemed acconllng to law, the property described herein will usold t,, the highest bidder at the Curt House door on the first Mondaj In the month of Mac A D. i'o.4. Which .the 4th day ol May. AD IM4, Dated this 1st da) of April, A.D. I!*ti4. K R LEATHERM \N. clerk Ireult i ourt. Dad. County, Florida (eeal) Bj R M UCEI'ER, Deputy cl.-rk IMT-S4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0= TH€ 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU-T IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FL00A IN CHANCERY No. 64C 3546 c.il.I.KKN WATSON. l'laiiitiff. vs. CHARLES O. WATSON, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICAT : T' • 'HARLES 11. WAV." i.N o Captain of th-Port New Iirl.-jus. I>.ana YH ARK HKRKV.Y NOTIF a omplaint Mr dlvor • ha* agalnal you and you gre r.-, s. r\ .. a copy .f \oiir gnswei Itig to the complaint on Th. attorneys. CAID1N AROTHE 603 Rbtcayne I'.nlldlnir. Miami. Klori and file the oilrlnat In Ihe .fflre the Clerk of the Clrcnll '' on before the 4th day of Maj 1. ct.-,. i'ro ('..nf.s-o w .11 in against \ ou DATED this Slat da} of M K. It I.KATHKRMAN I. rk ,.f the I '.: % %  --ill Ci (seal) By K. M. I.YMAN D.pulv .' %  i.l II MllItll I .,!'-.'l'liill.IN ,T, H E .,9i' NTV JUOOE-S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62709 B IN R'-?: >:-.at,.f %  •win run.i. IDS Dec. a-.-l. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AM creditorand Ul p. n '. %  ';, '.pV 1 "" '"' ''' 1 Said .. ,"• '"'''" %  Hflfd and reu h >'"' n v. bgM agalnM h estate .., DAVID ,;UIA.H^ V%  easeu late of Dade Countv, Florida tv nV'iv't'i %  '"'"•-," iii. <•.,,,': >. %  '" I 11 e the samIn d.ipp,a ,., .,„,, is pr.vided in Section :r: • Florida Statutes, tn th.-lr off, Conn irtho,,-.. ,,, rjia, ,, u ^ Coun RYRTItA MAE l'ilIITIP '-ITYNATI..N. I UNK f r V'-r\" AM1 BKACH formerly Ph.. x ; „-n, s,,,,,.,. ,„„„ Mce I tesid.-,,, ami Trust Officer ftJwtttW' n ,,eeon iRy 1 .Ni:c-v l ( ,^;: l i l v":Vp ni I ; AUornei r,„ &„,,„. "' '••'' Sj! Arthur Godfrey Road. Miam, Beach, Rorlua 4 3-10-17-24 IN THE CIRCUIT-COLRT 0* rH ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRC'Jif IN AND FOR DADE COUNT/ FLORIDA. IN CHANCE 3 No. 64C 1445 I. J. KANTKI! and LEO KA1 ,p -' 1'laintiff-. vs. "ADK AI'Tn P M! I'S. INC Kioi Ida corporation, • t a I. I lefeiulallts NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tn IRVINi; HAIINand MM.' 11AH.V. his wlf. :':i3:' Butord Highway, S Apartment 2 Atlanta, t'corsia Tor, IRVING IIA11N" a: DRKD HARM, are herebj iliat a -ult has been filed in : styi.d Court against you b> :! tiffs. 1 ,1. KANTER and I.Kf K.oaI.KS which said suit ha* hWr, InaJ' tuted for the iiuriiose of ClfncelUnH of lease agre.in.-nt dated D-s • nl*.'^ Ittll, together with option tpure* the following ileect bed property. wit: l-ots 13 and 31, leal Ihe 1 1 Right-of-way, and all ef UK %  '' ,' 3ft, both Inclusive, In PAIUvH'Jf* HEIGHTS AIMrTl<>N, Bls-k "r. accMHIng to the l"at the. corded in Pl.it Rook I. at !' (• -f th.Public Red .1l '-" ,e Comity. Florida. YOU ARE RH4JI IBED I "• %  inj of your gnswei or oils l>l p *'' Ink on Plaintiffs' attorney, A.troa Kami, i. S43 S.. in II I • ti-' Miami 33, Florfd id file i' %  >"" inal in the office of the Cli above Cout t on or Is •. re th* %  if Ma>. I64, ..ii.I II you fi judgment l>) defaict will agalnal you for th. relief -.".ni'i" 1 in the Complaint Tl.ls Notice shall he publM en. h we.-k for mm nwa'Utivi 1 %  • In THE JRWIwH KI.I'UU'ISN' DATED ai Mltuni, Pedi Florida, this JTtli die % %  Ma : 'A l:o;i. K It LEATHERMAN CKrk of the i ill %  (seal) Bj C. %  i'01'B iM' Deputy Ch rK AARON M KANNKK 148 Be. urlty Pi net Bldg Miami 33, Fla.—HI J-..:3 isier sai.l name witll tin '• Circuit Court of Dade ikiuntj FAIR-DEAL MARKETS, A Fla. Corp. HEttlUCRT II. Wll.l.N-KY l.l..... u Attorney ill" Biai a) ii.Bidg. tO-lT-2*



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April 24, 1964 *, tmi§fi nrrifrfi^r Page 15-C LEGAL NOTICE THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT AND FOR Doe COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62718 • B-a.it! i \ v i:i. R STARLIGHT, NOTICE TO CREDITORS il i fiHtm md All Person* Hnv, oi • %  iandi Against Raid It. r i-> notified mill re,i t |,t> %  T ant claims and deL,i-. %  nidi colt DPI Iiaw g*nlns1 of SAMFEL B. BTARir| ..,.,-. lute of Dade County, •., HIi'. iint} Judges "( l 'ade d f|| iliir. -i ,.f this nol i> • "ii .,! H t • A irll, 1964. IniMKl. \ It! MiKRB | for 1 :\. rutrlx 4/3-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER f CTITIOLS NAME LAW urn %  : is HKP.KCY GIVEN tint nderslgn rt, desiring to engage in in-und hp fictitious name of ITE1J SAI.I:CO HI 7866 N.E. 2nd • H. Mia in mi.nil.in reglstet .. will %  !• let k nf the i 'Ir..*' i %  Hi.County, Florida. i:i .Ns'i i: JACK. INC ., i':., Corp. 11 man 'aplnn, President | %  \ NKl.s. IN .... for Vu.iir ml '•... ll k.'.i 4 :•.-!"-:: 21 NOTICE UNDER r CTITIOUS NAME LAW ni Ii i: IS lll'BKBV CIIVEN Hi -it dealt Ing i" engage in under ttii fictitious name of I VKI'.-i'lT SKKVICK :il 5816 j\. \\ |niends to register | in., with the Clerk of the Clroui t of 1:.!.i 'punt!. Florida. WILLIE E. TILLER iJELO A, Al.l fot Vpp cant \ :i • Bids 4 S-10-17-21 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 30*22 Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21365 ;• .in : is ; [KREOT OlVHtN thai lhanlel W -' egel, hoWer if Cltj 1 North Miami Men Certificate* |nhi 1. 1 JS, v 83, 196, i". 191 and Issued the 5 'li day of Ma). AT' has filed same in roy offWe, |tl has mad* application for tax .1 Vo be lesue<1 thereon Said cert If Ilea en follow Ing di scribed i-rtj In thi itinl) of I "ade, State [ Ida. to- 1 4, Block '' Rise iv ne Highlands. ,1 Rook l l*age 26. Sections 19 2l), Township '•'-' South, Rang* \ I st, In the 1 "It) of North Miami. I] of I •.! %  :. State of Florida, as I.raced 111 C> rtlflcate No. ::".. The 1 ill |. 1 %  1..• 1 -1>under Kai ite Issued wui In the i : I : I Inward. i... i:i m Manors, Plat • 17, I'age .-. Section if. TownSoul Range 12 Bast, In %  1 III of S %  %  Miami. <'iiniil> "f -: %  .!> %  ... Florida, as embraced 1 Certificate No. :!H. The assessit '-• sal i %  •> %  rty under the said %  iiiiias.. issued was in tinname Jam, 1. R • hi rford. %  i T, Rlock ', Drifting Blscsvn* ark i •-!-, plat Book *. Page 1*3, •itloii SO, Township 52 South, Jlanga 4.' East, n the City of North |Miami, Count' of Dado, State i>f niida, aa embraced in Certificate I'B5. Th.. assessment of said 1 I'perty under the said certificate lied was It the name if Muriel la Fluhr. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722—Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21372 NOTICE is HEREBY HIVEN that Nathaniel w Blegel, holder of County Tax Sal.Certificate numbered 1 <• 11 Issued the 1st day of June. A.D. 1961 has filed same In my office, and nag 'made application for a tax ue#fl to be Issued theraon. Skid certificate embraces the following described propert., in tlie t'ouut] oi l>ade, State nf Florida. tO-wit W i>7 I'I ..( N I :: of NW'i of s\Y'i I ess W' S3 F'l A All Thai part of W 3/K nl NW'i l..-ss W 33 n |y 8 swi> ..( a line 205 F'l s\\ of & Parr !' %  t 1. of Snake f'reek Canal Less Beg at 1: I. of NE 2 Ave ISO Ft s\\ of A nl 1: A tu H W I. of Canal s'F.lv 17.(1 H S\V in A. \l l: A Ii, S W I. nf 1'anal 3SI.3 Ft to POB SWIj at It A to S W I. of 1'anal 133 I-1 I'll SF7I.N to a m 'i'h H alg w I. of EV4 of NW'i ..1 ssv, i.r N\V, i'h i-: Big v I "I N of S\\'', t.f NW, for ".i" It M \. Th N i'l" F'l M'L t.. a pi Th NWIV By a line K.n Ft BWI> "t & Parr t.i SW 1: W 1. of 1'anal t.. I'd: ,v L,-.-s SV\'', ol SW 1 of NW, .v Less E IINJ f"t of s I F'l M I. of VV :. I ..1 SW, .,f NW, *. %  Less W is" ft %  •! Si:', of SW, of NW, Sec Ion Township 52 South, Range i-' Bast containing 1 ii • • Acres m ire %  n less 1 Uea on 1: 1. of NE 2nd Ave I ,li SW ,n A: at It A to SW h R W I. of Snake Cr. Canal Th SElj 3i'il.."l ft t.. 1MB t'l.n't HEly of X ol W 1. of I-:', of sw, nf NUi 1 N 82.81' NWlj 804.91 ft BWly :'.'. ft to LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE 1'anal 8E1) alg sil It \V I. In X with V'/L of !•: '.of EH or SW, Of NW, s tu I>I inn ft BWly of Parr t s.i it w 1. NWly Alg M line to i: I. NK U'lnl Ave N to POB in th.County of Dude, State of r'lorlda, as embra 1 In Certificate NIL 1011, The assessment of said property under the said certificate ixsncil was In the name of Sevenone Corp, Pnless saiil certificates shall lie redeemed according to law, the property described herein will be gold to the highest bidder at the <• %  •nrt House door mi the flrsl Monday in the month ,,1 May, A 11. 1964, which i* the 4th daj of May, \ I' 1964, Dated tins '.isi day of March, A.D, r.n',1. 1: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit ''nir'. I'aiie County, Florida (senll By: R. M. IJ9EPER, |le|'tlt\ I'lel'k 4 1-10-17-24 POB l.css W 30" I-: 1."."' s 900 ft more or less W ..I i: „l SW', „I NW, Less s 13 ft Less Pi of VV-. ,,f NW, lyg SWIy of Snake Creek Canal des Beg on E 1. of NE 2 Ave A S I. of NW, of NW, N 112.3 ft Si:iv to a pi MJi' SW nf ,v At RA In KW R W I. i.f Canal 4k 143 tt W ,.t E 1. of w, of NW, of SW, of NW,. Th S t.. S I. of \W, of SW ', of NW, Th VV M i: I, ,.f NE :' Ave Th N to POB !.... N 83 it ..f W 1*7 ft "f NW, of NW, of sw, less w S3 ft ft s 33 ft of W -ai it of K !"•" 11 of S 900 ft More or less of Wi of Et ol BW ', of N W 11 Leas s 4".". ft of N 440 ft -if E 4S2 ft f w 4s; rt i.t NW, ..1 NW, of sw', Less Beg -.11 HI, NE 2nd Ave UL'.r. ft N of s 1^ „f SWV, of NW 4 of NW. N alg i: I. NE U'ii.1 .We to Pt 150 ft fAV ..f ft At R A to suit W 1. Canal SKIy 351.5 ft BWly ft Bt I! A tu ,anal 133 it NWly to I'" B. ..ml i: 145 ft W'-.. of N W, nf SW, Of NW, ami Lees Beg at |.t on F3 l. NK %  _• A..\ FJW R W 1. Snake Creek NOT.CE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 -Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21321 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that Nathaniel w. Blegel, holder of City i.r North Miami Beach Tax Certificates numbered 10 and 14, issued the 6th day of August, A.D. 1!>2, has filed i same in my office, and has made application i"tii ii'N 'leeii in be issued thereon. Bald certificates embrace the following described property, in the County "f Dade, state oi Florida. tn-w it : i^,t s Block 19 Highland Manor — Bee. ii lint Book 60 Page 25 Section 7. Township '-' Si.nth. Range 4J East, I" the City of North Miami Reach, County "f Dade, stale of Florida, as embraced in Certificate Nil I" 'no Assessment "f said propert} under said certificate issued was in th,name "f .lake La Motta ft w V'ikkl, Lot li). Block 153, Pulford By The S... Fise. N. I'lat Ih.nk 1". Page 2S, Section **. Townahln 5> Smith. Range 4? Blast, In 'he City "f North Miami li.acli. 1'ount.v of Dade, Stale of Florida, an embraced in Ueritticats N". 14. The assessment of siiiil property under s.ii.l Certificate It siie.l was in the name of Albert VV Backus. Unless saiil certiflcatei shall be redeemed according t" law, the property described herein will he sold to the highest bidder :t the Court Hotis. door nn the l'it-t Mondas In the nii-nth of Ma> A 1 >. 1964, which is the Ith dav of May. A.D, IM*. Dated this 1st day of April, A.D. 1964. K B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Conn, Dade Couuty. Hot-Ida is.ah By: K. M i.KKPKIt. 1'tiiutv Clerk 4 3-10-17-24 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 -Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21328 NOTICE IS HEREBY CJIVEN that Nathaniel W. Blegel, holder of Cltj of iiiai.ah. Florida Tax Bale Certlfl.snie and or Cltj of Hialeah, Florida ; Special Asses-in.nl i.i.-n Certificates numbered l". B1V, 850, 702 and !90 Issued the 22nd day of May, A.D. 1961 hafiled same in my office, and has made aftplicatlog for a tax deed to be issn.d thereon. Snld certificates embrace the following described property, In tho Count) of Dade, state of Florida, to-.wlt: Lots :: to .-. Incl Block ''.7 lass Lots :: and 4 Mock 7. Hialeah 1st Addition., I 'hi t Book 3, I'ag.122, Section 1^, Township %  :! smith. Range 41 Baal in the city of Hialeah. Counts of I >:,.I. State of Honda, acinhraced in Tax Sale Certificate No. I". The assessment of said property mraer the said certificate Issued was iii the nam. of Clara J, Shaffer, Tr C l-ess W 17.5" A Leas K 87.5' (Aka ft i'l Block 190 Hialeah Ulh ] Addn Rev. Blk 190, Hat Book 54 Tag.12, Bet lion 7. Township 53 South. Range n East In the Cltj of Hialeah, County Of I'aiie. State of Florida, as embraced in Special Assessment Lien Certificate Ne. B18. The assessment of said property Ull' d.-r the said certificate Issued was 1 in the name of Italph O. Comhs. Lota H ft 1". Block I0S-B Hialeah 13th Addition., i'lat Hook i'.4 I'ag. 26, Section 8, Township v; South. Range li East in the City of Hialeah, County of Dad,-, State of Florida, as embraced In Special Assessmenl Lien Cettlflcate No, MO. The assessment of said properlo under tho said certificate issued was in the nam,of Wm. Smith \Barbara. E 60" Tr •::: PA fll *. %  B -'" of 17> Block 'ii'.-l. Hialeah 16th Addition Rev., Plat Hook ::i Page :'.L', Section :,. Township 7,:; Smith. Range 41 Eaal in the City of Hialeah, Count) ol Dade, state of Florida, as embraced In S'I jal Assessment Lien Certificate No. T02. The iissessmeni of said property under the said %  Jr. A Hi i LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE I .! 9. Block 7. Bucks Pork. Hilt :"..k 44. Bag.•:. Section 19, Townhip 52 South Bang.4.' East, in I'I' nl North Miami. County of state il Florl la, sis embraced Certificate No 196. The assess'lent of said property under the said i ''ideate Issued was in the name '".ilda Jordan I" t" 1". Incl.. Block 7. Kinks 1 irk, I'lat Bo 11, I'age :•;. Set '" %  ii 19, Townsl p 52 South. Range Kaat, HI the City of North Ml"ii. County of Dade, State of i'i.naa embraced in Certificate No The assi --m.nl of said prop*ij under th %  said certificate "as ihe name ol I Ilda Jordan. i"t 16. Block 7. Rucks Park, Plat 1 %  "* 44. Pag* :. Section 19, Town"P 52 South. Range 42 Kast, In the city of North Miami. Count) of %  ude, state ol Florida, as embraced : Certificate No. 198, The asaess"• nt of said pi iperty under thu said iifhat. issued was in the name 'I Hilda .lord • 1 li*' of W lt'K)' Tract A ft a 4.V trip lying N of & %  adjacent thereto Jmi Souci Esiatea, Plat Hook 7.0, I age K'l. Sections 88 and 2S and 32 jnd 33. Townahln 58 Smith, Range 'Last, In the city of North Miami. •""•ty of Dade. State of Florida, as inbraced in c, rtlflcate No. 203. The nent of said property under • said certlfi.-ate issued was in the iiame of B, D Taylor, 1 'nhi-s said oertlflcfttg shall be re'-m.-il according to IHH, the piop<• dtaerlbed h. rein will he sold to highest Iddd r :it the Court House "ii the first Monday in the month May A.D. |M4, which la the 4th ol May A.D. 1 164. >'"' this lg| day of April, A.D. I: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk "•'"it Court, Bade county. Florida %  '" B\ R M i.i'i:i'i:u. Deput) Clerk 4/3-10-17-24 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 -Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21324 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that Nathaniel W Blegel, holder of County Ta\ Sale Certificates numbered MS, s::7. 84)4, 1129, Hii". 114". I2K7, 2756, :::M.. 1140, C7i. 72H3, 725, 7848, 7848. 7:"ii. ai d raos, issued the 1st da) of June AD 1982, has filed same In my offlee. and has made application for a tax deed to lie issued llleleoli. Sil Id I cert if i. %  %  embrace the following described property. In th-County of I'ah. State of Florida, to-Wit: l.ot •_'-.. Block 6, Oplden Beach Bee D, I'l.-t Honk 10, Page 1". in the Count* of Dad.-, state ..f Florida, as embraced In Certificate No 4H::. The a— ssinent of said property unil.-i th, said Certificate issued was in the name of Ber-Mar Realty Corp l.ot :.. Block ::. Venetian Development Sub-Rev., Plat Book 45, Pag, s7. m th.County of Dade, State of Florida, as embraced In Certificate No. 887. The assessment of said propert) under the said certificate issued "iii" the name of lieorge i K Steven.\w Virginia. S 820 ft of N"of Tr 27. less W 30 ft ft less N 150 ft >'f W CO ft ft SI 220 it of N' ; nf Tr 2. Miami OsrI .lens. Pint P.'ok 2, Page '."'.. Section Hi. Township 52 South. Mange 41 East, containing 2.58 acres more or less, iii the County of Dade. State nf Florida, as .nd.iac.d in Certificate No 494 The assessment of aald I propert) under the said certificate issued was ni the name of Joe Q, Man..\ w Mary Lottie. Tract A less BWly 7'"' ft Block r-.-.T. Magnolia Uairdens Consolidated Resiih Plat Book 4'.'. Bag.71. containing i 32 in rea, more or less, in the Count) of Dade. State of Florida, as embraced In Certificate No 1129. The assessment of said propert) under the said certificate issued WHS in the name of BaatVleW D.\ eloping Co. Inc. All Trait A less SWIy S77.7 ft more or i,s.as measured alg N\VI>/1. Block 868, .Magnolia Hardens Consolidated Resub., Plat Book 41'. I'age 71, containing .S3 acres, mo r less In the Count) of iv.ule. State Of Florida, as embraced In Certificate No. 118f). The assessment of said f iroeert) under the said certificate -sued was In the name of EasCVlew Developing Co, Inc. I,ot IS. Block 8, Bardi'l Sub., Plat BOOk 82, I'iige 7''., in the County of Dade. State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 1140. The assessment of said property under the said Certificate issued was In the name „r ciydr i. Halnkley A.m Lucille M. <:. Minloi i.,,t i'7 Blook I, North Liberty City Anid, I'lat Book 41, lag' 81, in the Count) of Dad... State of Fieri embraced In Certificate No. 8158. The assessment of said property under the -aid certificate Issued was in the nan i Chas, Adderley. Lots 15. 16 A 17. Block !, Taylors Sub., I'lat Book 24, I'age ''• %  In the C ilv of Dade. State of Florida. as embraced In Certificate No 8786, The assessment of said propert) under th, -'id certificate Issued was in the name of Susan A. Cuiry. |.,,t 25 l.e Jetine Terminals th Vddn, I'lat Bo.k 60, Bag.II, in Ihe Cotintv of Bade, State of Honda, as embraced in Certificate No. 4144), The assessment nf said property under tht said c. rtlflcate issued was ill the name of Milt Oil Heriong ft w Rub) el iii. Lot ii'.' Bio, k I, Tatum W'.il.nv.n sub I'liit Book 16, Bag-' -'. In the County of Dad.. State of H.orhla. as embraced in Certificate No. 4573. The assessment of said property under the said certificate issued was in the name of Drake Const. Co. Ia,t !>. IOC* 4, Knnwles Sub.. Pin' Book 17. Piige C7.. In the County of Had,state of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 7J88, The as.ssment of said property under the said certificate Issued was in the name of Huntlngton A. Clarke ft w Annie Bst Lots ii ft 12, Block i. Ewlnga AtWtt Plat Book :, Page 186, In the County oi Dad.-, state nt Florida, as embraced In Certificate No. 7825, The assessment of said property under the said certlflca'e laanei wns In the "am. of I'hichol K. Williams Tr. I.ot I". Block v. l'lead. Second Addn %  o Homestead, Plal Book f, Page lvj, ill the Count) of Dade. State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 7K48. The asseesmenl of said property under the s:ild certificate issued was in Ihe name of Gertrude Macke) as adna Eel lot 17 Block I, Pleads Addition No, 3, i'lat "• "ik 29, I'age TH. in the CollIlD of Dole S'-te of Fhi'l''. as embraced in Certificate No. 7S4S. The assessment of aald property under the said certificate issued was In th. name Of First Fla Finance Inc. Ix>ts 1 ft 2. nock U. Washington Bark Plal Book I Page '3. 'n 'he County of Diide. State of Florida, as empraoed In Certltwate N". !"* %  The assessment of said property under the said certificate Issuen was in the name of Mary Thomas. lA>t 11. Block 11, Washington Park, I'lat Book '.'. Pnge 18, In the County of Dad,. State "f Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 7H0S. The a--.•ssinent of said property under the said certificate issued was in the name of Mary Thomas Brown. Unless said certificate! shall bo redeemed according to law, the property described herein will be sold to the highest bidder al the court House door on the first Mondav In the month of May, A D. I94M, which is the 4th dav of May. A.D. 1984. lilted this 1st day of April, A.D. 1964 F. B LEATHERMAN, clerk of en. mi Court. Dade County, Florida laeall Bj R M LEEPER, i leputy Clerk 4. J-10-17-21 certificate |sue. 1964. Hated this 1st day of April, A D. 1964, E B I R \TIIKBM\N, Clerk of Circuit Court. Dude County. Florida (seal) B) B M LEEPER, Deputy Clerk 4C-10-17-24 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20^22 Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21314 NOTICE IS HF.BKI'.Y CIVKN thnt Nathaniel W. Blegel holder of C I) of Cral Cables Sidewalk Hen Certificate No. 97 issued the 25th dav of May. A D J962, has filed same In office, and has made application for a tax d 1 to be issued the n. Said Certificate embraces the following described propert) In the County ol I Hide, State of Florida, lo-u it Lots II \ 15, Block 15 Cral Gables Crafts Section Plat Book 10 Paae 40, In the fit) of Coral Cab'.-. County of Dad... state of Florida The assess ,|, in of said plop. I'l under the said c rtlflcate was in the name of: I'uknnw n. I'nless aald certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the proper!) described herein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House d n the i'h st Monda) in the m %  ..i May, 1964, which is the lib day "t May, 1961 Dated this isi day of April, II-RI K. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of circuit Court, Dade County, Florida is.al) Bv : R. M LEEPER, Deptll) Clerk 4 ::-l" 17-24 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File No. AA 21325 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai Nathaniel w. Blegel. holder of County Tax Sale Certificates numbered 120, 121, 626, 1722, 2064, 2608, 2781, 5205, S283, 8234, 8681, 3SS4, 8939, :i'.'7". 402$. 1062, 4166, 1536, 7.720. ti"i>4. B:i2". and 7552 Issued the 1st fhr) ol June AD 1961, has filed same In my office, and has made application for a tax <\vf>\ t,, be issued ile-i n. Siiid certificates embrace the following described property, in the Count) ol PsjtiL state of F lorldii, to- it .!.<>t 23, Block I. c.id,n Beach Bee E, I'lat BooV H, Page rSt, in lb. County of I'a'.-. State of Florida. as embraced In Certificate No. 12" The assessment of said pro|iert> under th.said certificate Issued was in the na mi of Helen A Inc. Lot 26 less N; •. Bleak L Oolden 1 leach Sec 17. I'lat Book I'ac122, in the Count) of Dade. State of Florida, as embraced In Certificate No, 121. "'he assessment of said property under the said oprtlfieate Issued was III the name .1 Helen A Inc. laits 1 A -'. Block 11. Magnolia Bub., I'lat Book |0, I'age s ". iii the Count) of Dade, State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No, •".'-'. The assessment ot said property under th,said certificate issued was in the name of James C Thomas. Lot 12, Block II, Ptnewood Park, Plal Book >i. I'age 42. In the County if Dad.-. Stale of Florida, as embraced ill Certificate No. 17'."-'. Tinassessment of said property under the said certificate IsSUed was in the nainc of Katie liendricksoii. E 11" FT TR 8-A, Rev, Plat of Victoria Heights. I'lat Book 88, Page 7M. in the County of Dade, State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No 2084. The assessment of said propert) under the said certificate issued was in the nun. ol Leonora cillajd. Trustee el al, l.nt 2, Block 82, Liberty City. Plal Book 7. I'age 7'.'. in the Count) of Bade, State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 2608 The assessment of said propert) under the aald certificate Issued was In the name oi Ellsha .v Henrietta N. Taylor. Lot 19, Block I, Byrola Bines, Plat Book 21, I'age 18, in the Count) of D ad, State of Hoi Ida, as embraci ri in Certificate No, 2721. The assessment of said propert) under thi said certificate Issued was in the name of Annie Mae Edwards A H. T. Edwards. Lot 13, Adelaide Park. Plal Book 27. Page 4>. in the Count) "f Dade. state of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. II2IV,. The assessment of said propert) under the said certificate issued was in Ihe name of Mildred tt Naomi Brown. Lots l to 10 Inc.. Block 8, less Lota 1 to 7 inc.. Block 2, Morgan Hill, i'lat Book 21. I'm;.4. in the County of Dad*. State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No 8283. The assessment of said property under the said certificate issued was In Ihe name of Pelican 1-and Co., Inc. Lots 11 to 18 Inc., Block 2, Morgan Hill. Plat Book 21. I'age 4, in the County of Dade, State of Honda, as embraced in Certili.at. No. 3234. The assessment of said property under th,said certificate issued was in the name of Pelican Hind Co.. Inc. Lot 4. Block 1, Kay Hardy Snb-1'lat. Plat Book i. Page 85, m the Count) of Dade, State of Florida, as eini iii Certificate No. 8681. The assessment of aald property under the said certificate Issued was in the name, of Salvador Agullar, s ii" ft l.ot :,. Bale Sub.. Plal Bonk 85, I'age 79, in the County Dab State of Florida, as embraced i' Certificate No, 3834. The assessment of said property under the saiil certificate issued was in the Hallo of Joseph M. Oaleano, Lot 4. Block Highland Park. Plal Book 2, Page IS, in the County of Dade, s'tate of Florida, as embra t In Certificate No. 8939, The assessment of said property under the said eerlil'leate issued was in the name of The Black &• White Realty Co. Lota ii. 7 A8, Block 15, Alice Baldwin Bt Al Sub.. I'lat Book B, Pans •7. and Plat I k H.'l'agc IS, in the County of Dole, state of Florida, aa ••nibrae.d ill Certificate No. 8870 Th. assessment of said propert) under the said certificate issued wus in the name of Martin SidroW Int I.,.f :i. Block 'i. DabMiller Tract. Hat Book •:. Pag,70. In Ho Counts of Bade, State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 1086. The assessment of said propert) under the said certificate Issued was In the name of Win A Ida Meehlowlts. lt 1". Block It. Dale Miller Tract, i'lat Book 2, i'ag.7o. in the County of Dad,. Btati of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 4062. The assessment ol said propert) under the said certificate Issued waa In the name of Annie Johnson. Lots 9 A I". Block 28, Miami South. I'lat Book P.. Bag. II. in the County of Did.-, state of Flotilla. a> embraced in Certificate No, 1166. The assessment ol said propert) under Ihe said certificate Issued "as in the nam.. of Buyers Inc. Lessee. Lot 17. Block 28, Miami Beach Improvement Co sub.. Plal Book %  •. i'age s. in the County of Bade, Btati of Florida, as embraced In Certificate No, 1536 Th,assessment of said property under the said certificate issued was in the name of Huesse Boclete De Placements. Lot 6, Block ::. Coral Gables Douglas Sec., Hat Book 23, Page 69, In the Count., ol Dad.. State of Florida, as embraced In Certificate No -,;:'n The assessment of said property under the -aid certificate issued was iii the name of Jaime Sana A w i 'arolina. S 1 I of \V of NEi of NK',. Section 24, Township 55 South. Range :::• Eaat, containing 13 acres more Or less, ill the Count) Ol Dad.. Stillof Florida, as embraced In Certificate No. 6801, The assessment of sani propert) undei the said certificate Issued was In the name ul I'uradi-e M.im rial Gardens Inc Lot •;. Block 1. ftett) Lti Mnmi.ii,.. Plat Book 15, Page II. in the Count) Of Dade, State ot Floridaas embraced In Certificate Ne. 77.7.2. The assessment of said propert) under the said certificate issued was In the name of Rebecca Mills & John A. Mills I'nless said certificates shall be redeemed according to law. the propert) described heroin will be sold to tile highest bidder at the Court House dooi on the flrsl Hbnda) In the month of May, A.D. 1964, which is the 4th da) oi Miry, A.D 1964. Dated this sisl da) of March, A.D. i'."it i: p. LI: tTHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) I" R M i BEPER, Depot) clerk 4. J-10-17-24



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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
Creation Date:
April 24, 1964

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 24, 1964

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

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Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 37 Number 17
Miami. Florida, Friday. April 24. 1964
Three Sections Price 20c
Cardinal Bea Insists
Time Was Only Factor
In Jewish Chapter Delay
ROME (JTA) Augustin noted, had taken far more time
Cardinal Bea. head of the Vati- than had been foreseen by those
can's Secretariat lor the Promo- who had wanted to accomplish
tion c: Christian Unity, flatly dc- examination of the entire schema,
nied this week that consideration The Jes(|it ofgan quotcs Car(ll.
ol the question of Catholic-Jew- pa, Bpa as uxp|.essing tne be|il>f
ish relaUons and freedom of re- |ha( ,he ddav had becn sa|ula,.y
ligion by the Ecumenical Council g|nM jt had doubtiessiv furthered
hd been deferred for any olher (.,u|.iljcalin lt was better, he
reasoi than lack of time. said ,0 avoid ,he impression ol
The uthcoming issue of Civilta a hurried and insufficiently ma-
Cattolica, authoritative organ of Hire discussion and vote,
the Jesuit Order, will publish an
PRESIDE* i JOHNSON
warm congratulations
LBJ Hails Israel
Anniversary;
Greets Shazar
WASHINGTON (JTA) Pres- that "I take pleasure in extending
idiia joiinson, in a 16th anniver- to Your Excellency and to the peo
sary message, congratulated Israel pie of Israel warm congratulations
this week on its "notable achieve- on the 16lh anniversary of the In-
ments." He told President Shazar dependence pf Israel.
"I also join the people of the
[extensive interview with Cardinal
Bea <: -cussing the Council's work
on the schema on ecumenism, in
Iwhich hese two chapters figured
[in tht interview, the Cardinal is
(asked hat were the motives for
(delaying detailed examination of
[ChapU. Four (on the Jews) and
IChaptt: Five (on religious free-
Idem or, at least, a vote in prin-
ciple ( iring the last session of
|ihe Ecumenical Council.
"Moth was fancied about the
presumed maneuvers, pressures
and underhand dealings in this
respect," the Cardinal said in
reply. "Even admitting that
many were puzzled by those two
chapters, the reasons for the de-
velopment, were not those whis-
pered and bandied about. The
facts were as follows: it was
acknowledged that an en bloc
vote on all five chapters risked
creating much perplexity among
the Council Fathers and much
diffic.lty in interpreting the
eventual results."
In response to another ques-
tion. Cardinal Bea discounted
apprehensions that the chapter
on the Jews would have unfav-
orable consequences in the Arab
states. He recalled the state-
ment issued by the Arab repre-
sentatives at the United Nations
last July in which, he said, the
Arab countries and the Chris-
tians living in them "are not
only rot opposed to the Council
decree treating of the purely re-
ligious aspects of Judaismex-
cluding Zionism and any nation-
alist and political aspectbut
Continued on Page 8-A
JOINT COMMUNIQUE ISSUED
Hussein Told U.S. Policy
Seeks Peace for Mid-East
WASHINGTON (JTA) Pres- concluded their talks and Jordan's
ident Johnson told Jordan's King ruler was preparing to carry his
Hussein that America's Middle campaign for recognition of the
East policy remains devoted to Arab. anti-Israeli viewpoint to New
peace throughout the Mid le East. York and the United Nations,
lhat was the nub of a joint com- Wm> ^ i|U commumqiu.
munique issued by the President madc no specitic referonce t0
and by King Hussein, as the two Arab.,sraelj differences, it was
known that those issues took up
Humphrey Urges Americans To
Speak Up for Civil Rights BUI
MAJOR RESOLUTIONS PASSED PAGE 6-A
most of the time in talks between
the President and King Hussein.
United States in expressing our
gratification that the first year of
your Presidency has been marked
in every field of national endeavor
by a further growth of Israel's
notable achievements over the pa>t
decade and a half.''
Meanwhile, in Beersheba, Is-
rael, capital of the Negev, Is-
rael's southern desert, the na-
tion's elit* assembled this week
to celebrate the 16th anniversary
of Israel's hari-fought achieve-
ment of its independence and to
serve notice on its hostile neigh-
bors that Israel was prepared
today, as always, to preserve
that independence.
President Shazar key noted the
occasion in an address to the
people of Israel. The country's
The communique stated only Ihat" two goals, he said, were peace and
Senate Majority Whip Hubert the Carillon Hotel here. Sen. Hum
Cardinal Bea pointed out to the Humphrey Minnesota Demo- phrev said the I m.edStates should
integer that the subject, treat cr.t. Saturday fiff**- j^-tauJJ Jj-g
*taT IT SSSS: -men tha, the new law would of an,Se,,,,sm' ,n the Sovie,
ship, were nevertheless too dis- faU short of its goatauntess Amer- Union.
similar to admit en bloc voting, lean* "speak up for those who are
He said it seemed preferable to victims of inoignity and humilia-
defer discussion ol Chapters Four ,,on-
and Five until after discussion of I In an address prepared lor de-
the fir-t three chapters had been livery at the American Jewish
concluded. That discussion, he I Congress biennial convention in
the discussions concerned "mat-
ters of mutual interest and con-
cern." The communique stated:
. "The Presidert presented the
views of the United States on
various wcrlc1 problems, includ-
ing those of the Middle East.
Continued on Page 11-A
immigration but, he warned. Is
reel had to remain alert to "thwart
the evil designs of those who
would e'estroy us."
He sounded an optimistic note
by pointing out that "though many
political ordeals await us. though
hatred of us is still thundered b>
Continued on Page 12-A
JWB Announces
Elects Mrs. Heller
Budget;
He added, however, that "we
will be in a much better position
to condemn assaults on human
dignity and freedom abroad
when we have put our own house
in order, when we have made
our Constitutional guarantees
living realities for all our citi-
zens."
Agency Denied Permission
To Inspect Atomic Plant
The Minnesota Democrat, who is
JERUSALEM (J/TA) In- International
lormed circles indicated here to- Agency,
day that Israel w ill not accept the
I'niteJ States demand for inter
national inspection of the Nebi
Atomic Energy
leading the floor fight for Senate RuWn afomjc reac,or wWcn w
enactment of the civil rights bill. buj w|tn ,he ncIp of tne US.A
said the measure would provide iQ~i
the legal framework for an at- de clear tnat Israel
BOSTON (JTA) Budgets of the bienni
totaling Sl.591.500 for 1965 and National Je
J1.651,5'iO for ld66 were adopted
here Sunday at the closing session
Prexy
ma, convention of the |2^JH^^ TJltA^ASSt
.wish Welfare Board ^voting. ****j* and
,izens have been subject- *C2L*SX2*U-
tween Israel and the United
Mr. Humphrey said the welfare ^^ n]wh was s|g(k,(| m ,.,-,,,
was the establishment of a Solo- ed."
mon Merit Fellowship to help alle-
viate the critical shortage of soc-
ial work personnel in Jewish can
ten in YMIIAs throughout the
country. The fellowship, which
was established by 65 friends in
henor of the retiring president of
the NJWB. will be awarded an-
nually for study in the lield of so-
cial work.
In *n address at the closing
es'ion, Sanford Solender, execu-
tive vice president of the JWB,
said that the principle function
of Jewish centers and Y's was
_ irepn Otiin>. "in^'i nit-' -,**
Of 3.000.000 Jews m the USSR ^ ^ pxpjro nex, JuIy
Continued on Page 3-A
But
Israel objects to inspection by the
It was stressed here that no
Arab state has accepted the prin-
ciple of international inspection,
as Israel has done. On the other
hand, the IAEA's regional head-
quarters are located in Cairo, to
which, of course, Israel has no
access. Furthermore, it was
pointed out, Israel is not on the
IAEA's Board of Directors,
which preludes representatives
of Egypt, Iraq. Morocco and
Tunisia. Thus, it was noted
Continued on Page 15-A
Argentine Gov't. Reduces Bias Fears
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) Re this week. "The DA1A. he stat formation in the hands ol the
cent events in Argentina have ed. "has found a firm and very Jewish organization, showing that
shown that the situation of the positive attitude in high Govern Triki had aimed at forming
Nazi-type drive intended to weak.-
n the positon of the Jews in this
Jews in this country is serious but ment circles." he said,
it could have been much more
.rave if the Government had not Dr Goidcnberg discussed also ccuntry. However, said Dr. Gold
acted firmlv against advocates, the activities of Hussein-Tnki. er-.berg, Triki has overplayed his
to help the Jew exper.enee be- practionors 0f anti-Semitism.' Argentine representative of the hand, so that he has even been
Dr Isaac Goidenberg. president Arab League. The offensive start disavowed by the Egyptian Em
ing a Jew as a vital living mat-
ter, and to provide an opportun- '^ ,)A1A' cen,ra| bodv of or.'. cd by Triki' recently against thelbassy here, with which he had
MRS. FtOftENCf HHtfff
new president
ity "for Jews of all ages to
Continued on Page 16-A
iganized Argentine Jewry, told the Jews here, said the DAIA leader.
I Jew ish Telegraphic Agency here must he viewed in the light of in-
Continued on Page 11-A


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Page 3-A
Humphrey Urges Americans to Support Rights
Continued from Page 1-A
was a proper subject of official
IS. protest "at every conference
and in every negotiation." The
Lnited States, he said, has a long
history of precedents out against the oppression of
jmnorHies anywhere in the world.
We have never felt that our
principle of non-intervention in
the affairs of other states has lim-
ited our obligation to make pro-
tests on behalf of our moral duty
to humanity." he told the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress convention
banquet.
In hit address, Mr. Humphrey
said Hi* United Nations should
be advocating disarming the
world of prejudice and bigotry
as well as of weapons. "This
lord of disarmament needs to
take piace in America just as
it does in the Soviet Union," he
declared.
Sen. Humprey, who held a mara-
thon interview with Soviet Prem-
ier Krushchev in Moscow in 1960,
aid leaders of the USSR are em-
barrassed by official discussion of
evidence that minority gorups are
oppressed in Russia.
___________________w.V_
Kenneth Myers Receives Newspapers' Endorsement
Miami Attorney Kenneth M
Myers, qualified for candidacy for
the Dade Legislative Delegation
from Group 5. is seeking to con-
tinue the public service that has
been a tradition in his family for
niore than 40 years.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
C. Myers, of Coral Gables, his
parents have been active in both
the Jewish and general communi-
ties, locally and nationally, for
many decades.
Candidate Myers, also long
active in a number of Jewish and
general civic organizations, de-
clared Wednesday that "with
government playing an increas-
ingly important role in the life
of the individual citizen, I rec-
ognize the signifi-nbe of the
new horizons in our society and
am prepared to undertake the
responsibilities as a legislator to
fulfill these potentials of better-
ment for Dade County and the
state as a whole."
Myers' candidacy was mean-!
while recommended this week by
he Miami Herald and the Miami
News in addition to other publica-
lions and civic organizations here,
i'ointing to his experence as a
special attorney to the Dade dele-
gation in 1963. the Herald noted
that Myers "has a solid back-
ground and a sound program for
the development of Florida "
The 31-year-old partner in the
law firm of Myers. Heiman and
Kaplan said that "there's a dire
need for coordinating and admin-
istering all the mental health faci-
lities under one unified state de-
partment, which does nut now
exist."
A director of the Florida Asso-
ciation for Mental Health and a
member of the legislative com-
mittee. Myers is a director and
past secretary of the Dade Coun-
ty Association for Child Guidance
and Clinics.
Mental health problems in Flor-
ida are but one area ol the can-
didaie s cotiiern i'. a wide-rang-1
ing program thai his supporters
declare "is designed to put Dade
County back on the map in Talla-
hassee." During his college
career, Myers was president of the
Student Honor Court at the Uni-
versity of North Carolina and
elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
He was also awarded the dis-
tinguished military graduate desig-
nation for his part in the U.S. Air
Force Reserve Training Program
on campus.
A practicing atttorney here, he
Is a member of the American.
Florida and Dade County Bar As-
sociations.
"The Communists and thejioviet i
Union are always trying to ped-
dle their propaganda and are al-
ways on the offense with the
theme oi Communism and of
world revolution," he declared.
"We ought to speak up for our
kind of revolutionthe revolution
for human freedom, the revolution
that assures and guarantees
human dignity."
Sen. Humphrey was introduced
by Jack D. Gordon, of Miami
Beach, vice president of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress Southeast
Region.
At an earlier session on Fri-
day, Ambassador Michael Comay,
permanent representative of Israel
to the United Nations, declared
that Israel's Jordan River project
would not use "a single bucketful
of water to which anyone else is
entitled."
Addressing a noon convention
Mission of the American Jewish
Congress, the Israeli diplomat did
not refer to the visit to Washing
ton of King Hussein of Jordan.
In reply to a question from the
floor, however, he declared:
"The dispute over the Israel
project is a wholly artificial is-
sue. The Kingdom of Jordan
has been diverting water for the
last two years from the river
system. When Israel's project
starts operating later this year,
we wili not take -e single bucket-
ful of water to which anyone else
is entitled."
Mr. Comay spoke at a luncheon
marking the 16th anniversary of
Israel's independence. He said it
was "disturbing" that the Israel
Arab conflict remains unsettled
but added:
"A few years ago, King Hussein
spoke from the rostrum of the Unit-
ed Nations and pointed at the Nas-
ser regime as the trouble-maker
in the Middle East and as a threat
to the independence of Jordan
and other weaker Arab states in
the area.
"That is as true today as it was
then."
He continued:
"As far as Israel is concerned,
all we want from our neighbors
is peaceful and normal relations
with them and a' chance to settle
differences by direct and sensible
talks at the conference table."
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support of James W. Kynes these
projects would never have ma-
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North-South, East-West Expressway
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"I urge all Dode Citiziens to sup-
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Page 5-A
Stanley, Martha, Son Kenneth and Daughter Judith
PUBLIC SERVICE A FAMILY TRADITION
The Myers family has been active in community and public service in Dade County for over 40 years.
Ken is continuing the family tradition.
KENNETH M. MYERS
* Native-born Miamian, age 31.
* Graduate: Miami Senior High; AB Degree, University of North Carolina, Phi Beta Kappa;
LL.B., University of Florida Law School.
* Member: American, Florida and Dade County Bar Associations; Junior Bar Section, Dade County
practicing law in Dade County for 6 years.
* Active in Community and Public Service:
Special Attorney to Dade Delegation of the Florida Legislature, 1963 Session
* Director and Past Secretary, Dade County Association for Child Guidance Clinics
Director of Legislative Committee, Florida Association for Mental Health
Chairman, Professional Division, Flagler Area 1963 United Fund Campaign
* Member, Miami-Dade County Chamber of Commerce
Chairman of Public Affairs Committee, Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce
* Member, Board of Trustees, City of Miami Employee's Retirement System
* Board of Governors, Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Bar;
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Elect KENNETH M.
MYERS
. dedicated to the growth and
progress of Dade County's economy
and to the welfare of its people.
STATE LEGISLATURE
GROUP 5
COUNTY-WIDE VOTE
t
MAY 5th
Recommended by the Miami Herald, and the Miami News
Paid Political Adv.


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Friday. April 24. 1954
AJCong. Confab in Major Resolutions;
Rabbi Prinz Reelected Nat! President
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By ISABEL GROVE
Staff Writer
The American Jeu.sn Congress.
it* closing biennial convention
--ion. called on visiting King
lus.-ein o! Jordan to seek coop
ration with Israe 1 rather than
iin in "conspiracy" against her.
In a resolution, the organization
-id that King Hussein, who last
tok urged American Jews to re-
vamine their attitude toward
Zionism, would fail to -undermine"
Y' Plans 13th
Annual Dinner
Stanley Spieler has been ap
ointed chairman of the 13th an
ual dinner dance of the YM-
" WIIA ol Greater Miami, which
ill take place Sunday evening.
> 3. at the Kings Bay Yacht
1 ntry Club, it was an
need bj A Budd Cutler, presi-
function ill feature the in
lion 01 the officers and board
:-embers of both the central ag-
-< and it< branches.
- a vice president oi the
Y. serves as nonorarj
denl ol the Miami Branch.
: i- members oi the Planning
Committee for tin- event are:
Dr. Jack Amazon. Mrs. Clayton
:i Mrs. Seymour Cielber. Mrs.
muel Gordon. Mr. and Mrs Ja-
Ir. and Mrs. Donald Reiff. Mrs.
jUrschel Rosenthal. Mr. and Mrs.
;<.orge Simon. Mrs. Stanley Spiel-
v r and Mrs. Maxwell Waas.
American .lewish support of Is-
rael
Dr. Joachim Prim, of New-
ark, N.J., wA reelected presi-
dent of the American Jewish
Congress as the organization's
biennial concluded at the Caril-
lon Hotel here. Shad Polier,
New York lawyer, was reelected
chairman of the National Gov-
erning Council, with Morris
Michelson of Boston as co-chair-
man.
Miamians elected to office were
to-
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national vice president, and Jer-
ome Bornstem. Jack D Gordon.
Mr- Sylvia Kaplan. Mrs Anne
Kramer and Bernard Handler,
members M the National Govern
ing Council.
The American Jewish Congress
urged fiat Arab governments a
crpi offers by Israel to WOI* to-
gether "to achieve peace and en
hancc human dignity for all the
people- ol the Middle East.
On civil rights and civil liberties.
the American Jewish Congre-
Urged prompt enactment
of' the Federal Civil Rights Bill
as an inescapable obligation to
enforce the Constitutional guar-
antee ol equalitj '
Called for quickening tnc
pace ol school deaegregation
handin-hand with improving the
quality oi education in our
schools
Asked for the elimination ol
loyaltj oaths, wiretapping postal
censorship and the use ol evi-
denee from unnamed accusers
In a series of resolutions on
church-i.tc issues, the .Jewish
group
Charged th;it current ef-
fort to amend the IS ConstiM
tion to allow religious practices in
the public school- were 8 "threat
to religious freedom and separa-
tion oi church and -late.
Voiced "Strong opposition
to Federal aid to parochial school.
. Said "shared-time"
propoj
als under which student
chial schools would taki
courses in public -i hoi ,
highly undesirable "
On international affairs, the
American Jewish Congn
. Called on all al
(1- to stop the spread ol
weapons "to other natioi
nations of nations '
. Criticized We-: Ge
fa Wag to take "effectivi -tep.'
to halt participation 01 Germu
nationals in the Arab arm- build.
up.
. Pledged 'unce;i-i, effort
to alert public attentiot -: the
urgent plight of Soviet Jewry."
Confirmation Group to Meet
The confirmation group of Beth
odesh Congregation will meet
-. ith Rabbi .Max Shapiro on Sun-
ay at 10 a.m.
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Friday. April 24 1964
By: EDWARD COHEN
U of M Looks to Us for a Helping Hand
The revolution-
^B| I in-process on the
k -< V I" n iv c r s i I )
J^ I of Miami campus
Ia mil |s in "'""' '''"'
|^ m the
of Dr. Werner A Baum. who has
been vice president for acad-
emic affairs and dean of the fac-
ulties >ince last August.
With bulldozers tearing up the
campus in a race to create new
buildings to meet the Space Age
challenge."' the 31-year-old rel-
frOBI Hitkr's Germany ad-
mits that the building program
looks a good deal more spec-
,ir than anything else, but
:h..t's only on the surface.
Changing Goals
The carethe very heartof
any institution of learning is in-
structional and research develop-
ment. With the rapid growth
of the Junior Colleges, the uni-
versity must stand for something
really significant and better to
justify its existence and higher
cost.
DR. WERNER BAUM
home fires
At one time, there were some
20 universities in this country
which traditionally met the need
Keren Ami Picks New Officers
Election of officers of the inter-
school Keren Ami Council of the
Bureau of Jewish Education was
held Sunday at the Bureau build-
ing.
Officers elected were Jay Cas-
selhoff. of Temple Israel, presi
dent; Harman Brody. of Flagler-
Granada. and Becky Hoodwin. of
Beth David Congregation, secre-
taries; and Scott Moore, of Beth
Torah, treasurer.
Th inter-school Keron Ami
Council brings together student
delegates of all Jewish schools
to disccss the various agencies
requesting contributions from
scttool funds, to study the func-
tions of these agencies, and to
offer guidance to school Keren
Ami Councils for distribution of
their school funds. Louis
Schwartzman, Bureau executive,
is Council advisor.
The Council went on record
recommending that a minimum of
Mi percent of all school funds
should be pledged to the local
Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign. The Council also recom-
mended continued contributions to
the Jewish National Fund. Youth
Aliyah. Histadrut Ivrit, American
Association for Jewish Education.
L'nited Fund and other national
synagogue, educational and health
agencies.
Only Time Put
Off Jewish Talk
Continued from Page 1-A
would even greet it with satio-
faction."
The Cardinal said that document
showed that the Arabs "are well
aware of the deep links between
Islam and the Jewish religion."
He said there could be no doubt
that the Council's document on
the Jews "treats exclusively of
the religious aspect of Jewish-
Christian relations and abstains
absolutely from touching any poli-
tical or national questions."
tor graduate education, loday.
^ e must have 50 to 100 such uni-
versities to keep pace with the
Changing nature ol higher edu-
cation in the United State- II
is our intention to structure that
kind of university here in
Miami."
Dr. Baum. the 1901 Gold Med-
alist of the Florida Academy of
Science*. is a meteorologist, and
his election to head up the acad-
emic area of the university's new
SiS million master plan leaves no
doubt where the emphasis will
be. As a scientisthi> official
biography is studded with out-
standing accomplishments in the
fieldhe is frank in slating that
.Miami cannot be a university
of consequence without a strung
science program. The demand
in this area of education is the
largest ol all.
"But a scientific program is
far from sufficient to make a
good university. We are at a
juncture where we are able to
move into the ranks of first-rate
institutions in the l'nited States,
and we have every intention of
having a well-rounded univer-
sity. Our School of Music and
Law School are presently first
rate; there is room for improve-
ment in the arts."
Referring to the current con-
troversy in intellectual circles
over the relationship of the
sciences and the humanities. Dr.
Baum makes it plain that he con-
siders his present roleand his
prior post at Florida State Uni-
versifyas that of an "acad-
emician, not a scient'st.
"My own feeling is that both
the sciences and the humanities
are of equal importance even
though, in our modern thinking.
Fight
Porkchop
Rule!
Elect BOB
HAYERFIELD
STATE SENATOR
1M. Pol. AdV.
RE-ELECT Murray h.
STATE RfPtfSfNTATIVE, Creea
Dade Needs
DUBBIN'S
Experienced Leadership
science seems to have become
dominant But without under-
standing why we are and what
we are. science Is empty. If the
univerities are not the places
lVhere we van work together,
ivhcre in society can this be
A Close look
n is no secret that faculty
circles at the Coral Gables
school, once derisivelj known as
"Suntan l." have been stirred
since the advent of Dr. Baum
Some ol n stems from the fact
that he is "taking a close look
at things that don't belong, w.Tii
;i mow to eliminating those
which do not fit into the master
plan We are certainly not in a
position no to divert our re-
sources
The Baum family left German)
in 1933 and settled in Chicago
He received all his degrees
B.A., M.S., PhDat the Univer-
sity ol Chicago and taught there
and at the University of Mary-
land before coining to FSU in
1949 to head up the Meteorology
Department. He served as dean
hi tin- graduate school and. for
three year-, a- dean ol faculties,
before accepting the post at the
University ol Miami
Some fiscal Comment
lie has been a government con-
sultant on many important pro-
jects, particularly m the Russian
area, and is the author of the
definitive Russian-English Dic-
tionary of Meteorological Terms
and Expressions.
Married to the former Shirley
Bowman, Dr. Baum leaver most
of the social activities |,ls
wife. She was president f the
Sisterhood in the synagi ie m
Tallahassee and has bet ne ac-'
five in Temple Beth Am, a here
the couple's two daughti .lan.
ice Michelle and Sandra ,>|Jn
attend religious school.
At present, he has ne the
time nor the desire to any-
thing in his new hometi n but
concentrate on the Univi
Miami's academic mas!- p|aD
He is not unaware, hov r. of
the concentration here hind.
raisers lor universities lilt
dels and Yeshiva Ui Tsity,
Money raising is not h rule,
but he couldn't den) hiir | this
observation.
While competition i- -lpful
lor the total needs of v ,t:,in.
1 hope our local pet will
recognize that within il
work the I'niversitv (if v
fers the most promise the
future ol higher educate
area. We now have thi
sary support for a first i lac-
lilt) and physical facilitl We
are at the juncture ol I
to this goal, and 1 hope I com-
munity will help us mo-
the right road."
In effect Dr. Baum A-
the I'niversitv of Miami -o
.Mies Miami itself. I-. also
help keep the homefln turn-
ing
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TEMPLE
ZAMORA
1959

MR. AND MRS. HARRY HARRIS
*
"For," said Mr. and Mrs. Harris, "in our desire to help our
Temple and our people, we sought out the way in which to
share in the redemption of the soil of Israel and strengthen our
beloved Temple Zamora by presenting them with this new
Sefer Torah. We urge all of our people, whenever possible to
participate in Israel's redemption through the Jewish National
Fund."
_ Hi: ana <- llr?. \J\arry \J\arrU
REMEMBER
tL-
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
LEON J. ELL
President
Jewish National Fund
in your
WILL
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Friday, April 24. 1964
Mount Sinai Hospital Receives Million
Dollar Gift from Motion Picture Exec
Mt. Sinai Hospital this week be-
came the recipient of a million
ciiilar contribution toward the
construction o{ a new convalescent
building, a gift from Maj. and
Mrs. Albert Warner, of Miami
lieac-h and New York.
The new building, to be called
the Albert and Bessie Warner
l'avilion of Mt. Sinai Hospital.
will be erected on the bayside of
the hospital and contain 100 beds,
in adaiton to special ancillary ser-
vices for the purpose of continual
patient care at Mt. Sinai Hospi
tftl.
Maj. Warner, one of the execu-
tives of Warner Bros. Motion
Picture Corp., and a founder
member of Mt. Sinai Hospital,
Chairman of the Board of Mt. Sinai Hospital, Max Orovltz,
accepts a check binding a million dollar gilt to the hospital
from Maj. Albert Warner to construct the Albert and Bessie
Warner Pavilion of Mt. Sinai HosDital.
Children Lead Response Here
At Temple Beth Am family ser-
vice on Friday evening, the He-
brew class of Mrs. Calie Loss lead
the Hebrew responses.
Students participating were
Laura Aibel. Edward Anapol, Cath-
erine Birshtein. Joni Brilliant.
Douglas Brown. Rebecca Cravitt.
Lisa Dulberg. Harriet Fisher. Dan-
iel Goodman. Richard Green. El-
Jen Gro.-sbcrger. Stuart Harris,
Jeffrey Jeruss. Jonathan Jordan.
Deborah Kahan, Lois Korotkin.
Also Laurie Lefkove, Toby
Mannheimer. Naida Pawlingef.
June Rosen. Jeffrey Rosenberg,
Aaron Salem. Kenneth Sines. Ken-
neth Schild. Jeffrey Segal, Ilene
Schreer, Phyllis Weinstein and
Steven Sorkin.
All children celebrating their
birthday during April were call-
ed to the podium for the birthday
blessing.
WE LIKE
MiKE CALHOUN
CANDIDATE FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE, GROUP 2
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REAPPORTIONMENT
MENTAL HEALTH
I'aid Political Ailv.
said in presenting the cheek to
Max Orovitx, chairman of the
hospital's Board of Trustees, that
"having resided on Miami Beach
over a period of 35 years, and
having watched the, population
growth in this area, my wife and
I are pleased to make this con-
tribution to a fine medical in-
stitution such as Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital which has such an excel-
lent medical staff and is consist-
ently striving to present the
most modern and best care to
all who come to its doors."
Maj. Warner was a patient at
Lhe hospital recently. While there.
Iiis family physician. Dr. S. Charles
Werblow. interested him in Mt
Sinai Hospital's plan for total pat-
ient care. The Warners are pre-
senting their contribution in hon-
or el Dr. Werblow
The new pavilion will permit
the patient to receive continuing
care at the hospital during con-
valescence for a lower rate and
still be under the supervision of
the medical and hospital staff.
The new concept, as explained by
MRS. FEINBERG PRESIDENT
JVS Will Hold
Installation Dinner
Here Next May 14
Jewish Vocational Service will
hold its annual dinner meeting in
the Stiver Room of Kmbers Res-
taurant on Thursday evening. May
14.
Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg will,
be installed as president of the'
organization by Rabbi Leon Kron-1
Ml of Temple Beth Sholom. who
will also install the following of-1
f icers:
Sam J. Heiman. honorary pres-
ident; Herbert P. Blumberg.
Charles Hertzoff, Jerome G.
Greene and Sam Luby Jr., vice
presidents; Mrs. Meyer A. Bask-
ir., secretary; and Stuart Roth-
child, treasurer.
Nominating Committee, co-chair-
ed by Barney Bernstein and Lloyd
L. Ruskin. has also presented the
following slate of directors:
For three-year terms as mem-
bers ot the Board of Directors tor
196467: Ronald L. Albert. Dr. Carl
M Baumann, Herbert P. Blum-
berg. Richard 1. Brickman. Sidney
Bfrofl'son, Andrew A. Geller, Jer-
ome G. Greene. Maurice II. Ily-
man, Dr. Robert s. Llebeskind,
Ronald s. Pallot, Albert Quadow,
Mrs. Sam Stark. Dr. Karl Wiener.
Km two-year term- remaining.
1964 66: Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin.
Mrs. Charles P, Feinberg, Dr. Ar-
thus l Gilbert, Sam J. Heiman.
Albert J, Hirsch. Dr. Alan Jack-
son, Irvin W. Katz. Martin S.
Lodge. Stuart Rothchild. Lloyd L.
Ruskin.
For one year terms. 1964-65:
Barney Bernstein. Marshall S.
Harris, Charles Hertzoff, Edward
J. Fox. Sanford Levkoff. Mrs. Sid-
ney Lewis. Sam Luby Jr.. Joseph
M. Nadler, Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz.
Sam Stark and Arthur L. Willner.
Si.'ney Efronson will be dinner
chairman for the evening. Ar-
rangements were made through
the auspices of Mrs. Meyer A.
Baskin and the Program Commit-
1 tee.
Orovitz "is that many patients, by Mt. Sinai Hospital, constru-
do not need full bedside care but Don on the Albert and Bess.,
should remain in a hospital en- Warner Pavilion is to start dur-
vironment for full recuperation."
According to the terms of this
largest single gift ever, received
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ARTHUR
YOUNG
State
Representative
GROUP 14
Pull Lever
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"A Young Man of
Action & Integrity"
lltlral Adv.
ing 1964, and erection of the bulki-
ng is to be completed w:thin a
period, of Uvo jears.
LET'S KEEP
JUDGE
MARTIN P.
SHACHAT
IN
SMALL CLAIMS
COURT
EXPERIENCE INTEGRITY PROVEN ABILITY
JUDGE SHACHAT
5 years experience as Judge
Now Judge of Dade County Small Claims Court
Has heard more than 5,000 cases since appointment
to bench, July, 1963
Municipal Judge North Miami Beach, 1953-5S, 1958 60
President, North Miami Beach Blood Bank
Combat Veteran World War II, Member JWV, American legion,
Disabled American Veterans
Graduate, Miami Law School, 1951
Member, Florida, American, Dade County and
North Dade Bar Associations
Married, lives with wife Jewel, and 3 children
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HUGH F. DUYAL
Justice of the Peace
JUDGE DUVAL'S COURT IS SELF-SUPPORTING
AND HAS RETURNED THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS TO THE
COUNTY EACH YEAR FOR THE PAST 9 YEARS.
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DISTRICT 3, Dade County
(Arta south of S.W. 8th Street includ-
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24, 1964
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Wa/ifc />e*ce, /# 7e//5 Hussein
"Tii
ton!
effort to
derstanc
between
Sta^T
esty's vis1
The
from Page 1-A
the strong desire
States for friend-
mi th all Arab States,
Don to peace in the
Hussein put forward
I Jordan and the oth-
es on various Mid-
blems and their im-
tions between the
Cordiality, good
dor marked the dis-
common concern
ng and strengthen-
ace in the area was
jghout the talks.
eaders declared their
nation to make every
crease the broad un-
[ which already exists
Han and the United
[agreed that His Maj-
advanced this objec-
jesident expressed the
the Government of
States t" continue to
inian efforts t attain
Iri --('li sustaining econ-
The American Israel Public U
[airs Committee denounced llus
Seta's -abuse of hospitality of the
United States, while here as a
guest of the President, to malign
the Zionist movement, to insult
the great majority of the Amen
can Jewish. community who
strongly support Israel, to misrep.
resent the facts about Israel, and
to distort the objectives of U.S.
policy."
The statement, signed by Rabbi
Philip Bernstein, chairman, and
! I. L. Kencn. executive ciirector ol
the committee, noted that, for
many years. American Jews had
been strongly supporting American
aid to Jordan and other Arab,
states because they hoped that I
such help might promote peace
and be in the best interests of the
United Slates.
However, the statement noted,
in view of the belligerent attitude :
adopted at the recent Cairo con-
ference, "we have a right to ask
as to the purposes for which Hus-
sein seeks additional aid."
Argentine Gov't. Reduces
Fear of Anti Semitic Attack
boncluded his official
fchington with an ef-
iin the Arab view of
fast to a group of Con
horn he invited for
lair House, the I'resi-
tial guest house. Dur-
Idays here. Hussein met
itilerences with I'rcsi
Pn. addressed a press
confe* I and made a virulent
antl-II Speech before the Citi-
zens I Bit tee for American Pol-
icy hf* BNear East, in which he
ecboM the \ i;i I. propaganda
char, Hcerning alleged double
loyal Bfeus outside of Israel.
H ruler charged that Is-
rael, I'substantial technical
and Bcial assistance from
abfl Pfcn.,i^''(l in the develop
f "atomic, power and other
ofrtp.i de-truction." He
asserted tBjt Israel's allegation is
"opening tBe floodgate of the Mid-
dle East" he tore an accelerated
arm* race, both in quantitv and
quality.
In luaHfying Arab opposition
to I K Jordan River water
pr|M Hussein said Israel's ir-
rigation fKoiect would enable it
to bri Hi masses of new immi-
grant Htreby increasing "the
Arabs created
(istence." The
M Bd the United States to
"tab Kcsh look" at its Mid-
fc policies, and claimed
H policy was not anti-
Hnly anti-Israeli. Hus-
Kd upon American Jews
H> an agonizing reap-
Hf their attitude toward
Bnd Israel.
Hnger to Ai
by li W* very exit
Continued from Page 1-A
been formerly in close contact
Ncvei theless. Dr. Goldenbsrg
warned, the Arab propaganda
did succeed in implanting cer-
tain ie'eas among some members
of the Argentine ptblic. He had
raised "venomous" questions
about sending money from Ar-
gentine to Israel through the
United campaign; and about al-
leged Jewish "double loyalty."
"It will take great effort to
clear up the mess that man has
stirred up," said Dr. Golden-
berg.
The Jewish leader noted, on the
oilier hand, that as Triki was
, shown to have had connection with
| the anti-Semitic Tacuara move;
mont. "the police acted with great
energy and under strict orders
i iron the Ministry of the Interior
a> well as President Illia. This
i- significant," he pointed out.
"and shows a positive change in
official circles, compared with the
, situation under the Frondizi and
Quids governments."
On the "negative" side. Dr.
. Goldenberg said it must be stress-
i ed that the Argentine democratic
parties have not, up to now, pro-
tested the "Nazi deployment."
The difference in the situation
now. a> compared to two years
ago, he said, is that "now the ter-
rorist groups have obtained popu-
lar support in certain 1'eronist,
working-glass groups."
Meanwhile, Dr. Leopoldo Dau-
rex. Minister of Defense, charg-
ed in a newspaper interview
that the Guardia Restauradora
Nacionalistsanother neo Fascist
group, banned like Tacuarahas
infiltrated into police circles.
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He urged that such infiltrators
be "cleaned out."
Earlier in the week. Vice Presi
denl Carlos Huntberto Paerctte
received a delegation of the DAIA
and reiterated to the delegation
In Government's invariable posi
lion in defense ol human 'right -."
Similar assurances were given
also bj Interior Undersecretarj
Lose Luis Vesco to a DAIA dele
gation which called on him in con
section with new anti-Jewish pro ;
paganda in Argentina. The Vice
President told the delegation that
the Argentine Government con i
demned "any discrimination based '
on race or religion and any totali-
tarianism and dictatorship."
La Razon, the largest circula-!
lion Argentine daily newspaper
reported on an interview with a
high official in charge of an in-
vestigation into the continuing ac-
tivities of the Tacuara. The of- :
ficial, whose name was withheld,
was asked about the disappear i
ance of Joe Bater and five Ta-
cuara companions when police be-
gan questioning Tacuara members ,
in connection with a series ol j
bank robberies staged to replen i
ish Tacuara coffers.
The official was quoted as re-
plying that "I don't know but
we may admit there exists a
series of 'imponderables' in the
situation." La Razon, comment- I
ing on the "imponderables,"
said that the Tacuara had "great
means" at its disposal, includ-
ing the use of airplanes due to
the "collaboration certain people
give them."
The newspaper charged that
members of Tacuara "enjoyed
protection" and added that in sev-
eral cases involving attacks on
Jewish youthincluding such out-
rages as branding swastikas on the
CaCOS of victimsthe cases were
never cleared up "and the authors
Of the attacks continued enjoying
immunity." La Razon said that
protection for such acts came
from those "who should have re-
pressed such things."
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Hollywood Preview Held
"A Preview of the City of Hol-
lywood" was the highlight of
Temple Beth El Brotherhood's
i dinner meeting last Thursday
' evening. Guest speakers were
I Mayor William Zinkil and Ronnie
I Ames. Dinner was prepared by
I Hattie Rosen.
THE MAN...
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THE POSITION...
School Board Group 2 af large
BUTLER IS FOR...
Your children and all children In Dad* County.
For Bible reading being preserved in our educational
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Tin d'.sootd ami intagMiM which have pre*
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HiS UUALSF
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time teacher salaries were increased, the Junior College
was established, orderly integration was accomplished,
double sessions were eliminated, special classes tar ex-
ceptional children were initialed, buildings were increased
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and many other wonderlul improvements were made.
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Sholem Lodge
Installs Officers
n Lodge, B'nai B'rith, had
its 39th anniversary celebration
and installation ol officers recent-
ly at the Ann n -ana Hotel.
I men were Martin K
Huiv.il/ and Mel Haber, an I Judge
.Milton A Friedman, a pasl presi-
dent oi District Grand Lodge 5,
ducted the Installation cere
mony.
Slate is headed bj Marvin Pearl-
man, president; Milton K. Hahn,
president-elect; Martin Budnick,
Samuel Kessler, vice presidents:
Martin R. Hurwitz. treasurer;
Claude L. Eichel, Saul I. Blake. Al
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*Je*isti ncricfian
Friday. April 2A.-%{
How the Thriftshop Aids the Home
Wonder whal happens to the
merchandise you sen 1 I 1 1 '" '
ish Home for the Aged Thrift
Shop" Ask the man who Knows
-manager Harrj Silverman, who l
has been with the Thrift Sh p for
; ears
Sili '' ;l xplained that w hen
items arc brought in by trucks,
are sent to the n ceii li room
and then assigned to various de-
tments.
"We have had almost every-
thing here," he said, "from cars,
boats, pianos and refrigerators
to a packet of sewing needles."
There are 14 people currently
1 the Thrift shop, in-
cluding two men who : nd all
1 upholstering
ture,
S verm an remoqaeis. \vh n the
Thrift Shop started ..with onl>
2,000 sq. ft. Now. at the new
\\v 27th Ave.,
U, .,. 8re ,1 DO sq ft plus P*
[a< iUl 1
He revealed that people have
c ntributed theii 1

atesl windfalls was 4!
01 li iter ; uii now selling at
two v irter
Thej 're akes>
. n said. But there is a
constant need for merchan. we 01
all typi Calls are taken from 8
. in to "> p.m.. phone 686-2101.
He said that residents wanting
tn donate merchandise to the Jew
ish Home for the Aged should note
there are pickups Mondays, Wed-
nesday* and Fridays on Mian;.
Bi ach. On Tuesdays and Thurs
rlaj s, trucks cover Southw< it
Dade, Coral Gables and North
Miami Beach.
Aaron Kraviti is chairman of
the Thrift Shop Committee for
the Jewish Home for the Aged.
The Kravitzes came to Miami
from Newark in 1945 He opened
his first Eagle Army Department
Store the following year. Now
there are 31 stores reaching from
Homestead to Cocoa, with con-
tinuing growth and expansion
plans
But there was always time for
A view of the furniture department nt the Thrift Shop of the ,,. community. Kravitz served as
Jewish Home for the Aged, 7300 NW 27th Ave. Two men chairman for the Wholesale Di-
work full-time, upholstering furniture. The Thrift Shop covers vision of the I'nited Fund and CO-
20.000 sq. ft. chairman for the Combined Jew-
President Johnson Greets Israel Anniversary
Aaron (Artie) Kiavi'.z (second from left) takes -.tune it tc :$A
to former chairmen of the Thrift Shop CSnnmittet :' I
ish Home for the Aged. Shown (left to riehi! .an-; I te Ru%kf
Jimmy Koptelowitz and Sam Resnick. Kravitz now
Thrill Shop'Committee chairman.
ish Appeal. He Is 8 lifetime hon- to pay homage to the prisonr
or.iry vice president of Temple and persecuted peoples still ,
B'nal sholom in Opa-Locka and Cuba.
an active member oi Beth David
Congregation.
He was the recipient of a cer-
tificate of gratitude from tiie
Cuban Organization of Silencio
in acknowledgement of his ser-
vices in making possible a mid-
night meeting at Bayfront Park
Kraviti said "Th lediut^J
1 ur new Thrift I
with its expanded facilities -pi
resents a milestone
He urged the communit] 1
port the Thrift Shop throu;!w(
the year with gifts and merchal
dise.
Continued from Page 1-A
those who hope to frighten us with
threats, though hostility and in-
trigue have not ceased, the year
that is ending has seen a rein-
forcement and an expansion of
our amicable relations with other
peoples, and a steady contraction
ol the menace oi international iso-
lation."
Two-hundred thousand Israelis
and visitors from abroad jammed
into Beersheba to watch the dis-
play of the deterrant power which
has kept the Arabs at bay for!
those 16 years. A spectacular
aerial demonstration by military j
planes marked the start of the!
V, minute parade in a mighty
-how of Israel's striking forces on
land and in the air.
On the reviewing stand were a
host of Israeli dignitaries, led by
President Shazar. Premier I.evi
Eshkol, Knesset Speaker (Caddish
i.u/, Chief of Staff Yitzhak Rabin,
Mrs. Vcra Wcizmann and Mrs. Iz-
hak Ben-Zvi, the widows of Is-
rael's first two Presidents, and
Moshe Sharett, chairman of the
Jewish Agency executive, repre-
senting the Zionist movement.
Israeli helicopters flying at a
low altitude led the Air Force
fly-past. The planes in the dis-
play induced Fougas, Magister
Israel-made jets spelling out the
initials of the fighting branches.
These were followed by Mystere
interceptors, helicopters and
Vautoure fighters. Also in the
line were Mirage iets, followed
by transports and four engined
Stratocruisers. The relatively
slow speeds of the Stratocruisers
dramatized the speed of the
jets.
As the last waves of the jet
lighters passed by. the first units
of the armored columns approach-
ed the stand. These groups in-
cluded reconnaissance jeeps, arm-
ored infantry, recoilless guns
mounted on jeeps, anti-tank mis-
siles, mortars and a first showing
in Israel of a group of 155-mili-
meter self-propelled guns. Then
followed solid columns of French
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ir Special emphasis on measures dealing
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tanks. I'nited States Sherman
tanks, and British Centurion
tanks As the thunder of the tank
passage faded, the armj units sa-
luted the President, Premie- and
Chief of statt
Colorful flag bearers and bands
headed the Infantry column which
consisted of cadets, air cadets and
naval units, engineers and wom-
en's units, followed by infantry
companies, border police and more
infantry marchers. Units of Na-
hal. the border settlement groups,
both boys and girls, marched by
followed by military and civil po-
lice, communications units and
youth battalion units. Paratroop
crs wearing their red berets clos-
ed the long parade.
Elsewhere in Israel, the day was
observed with dancing and sing
iug in the streets. In cities, tral
tie was banned lor the festivities
At the Tel Aviv seashore, some
i 200.000 watched a pageant demon
strating the arrival of "illegal" \
ships with immigrants, recalling'
. the pre-State fight to bring in the,
I remnants of Hitler's holocaust.
Intercepting "British" destroyers
and coastal patrols simulated the
battle of the Mandatory authori-
ties to stop such immigration.
Fireworks displays and huge
searchlights marked the holiday
throughout Israel as the festivities
continued into the night.
Or Olom Ladies'
Donor Sunday
Mrs William Seidnian. presi-
dent of Temple Or Olom Sister
hood, announces that the eighth
annual donor luncheon will be
held on Sunday, 12:30 p.m.. at the
Doral Beach Hotel.
One of the highlights of the
luncheon will be the presentation
of charms to those who earned
six or more donors, with a special
"award to the top donor Another
event of the afternoon will be an-,
nouncement of the second "Sister
ol the Year."
Donor Committee Is headed by
Mrs. Eli King, donor affairs; co-
chairman, Mrs Henry Lippman,
donor record-, Mrs, Jerome Him-
melfarb, projects vice president;
Mrs. Martin Ackman. Mrs. Nor-
man Cabel. Mrs. Irwin Cooper
Mrs. Ralph Fistel. Mrs. Max For-
man, Mrs. Ted Gordon, Mrs ]|v
, Hecht, Mrs. Herbert Hirsch, Mrs
Howard Horowitz. Mrs. William
Jacobs, Mrs. Bob Kemper, and
Mrs. Marvin Wiener.
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HARVIE
CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE
DuVAL
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A Proven Record as your Circuit Court Judge
Graduate of U. of Florida and U of Miami Law School
Asst. State Attorney and Acting State Attorney for Dade
15 years extensive trial practice in ALL Courts
Served as Judge of District Court of Appeals
Member Florida Bar, Dade County, Miami Springs I Hialeah Bar issni.
Member ol lions, Elks, Moose, U.S. Power Squadron, American Lesion
Marine Combat Pilot World War II, Korean Veteran,
presently Colonel U.S.M.C.R.
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jy, April 24. 1964
9l knlsfi ncridHknr
Page 13-A
ing Couple' Mark 50th Anniversary;
jsent Torah and Launch JNF Forest
and Mrs. Harry Harris are
rating their forthcoming 50th
_ng anniversary in a unique
meaningful way.
>y recently donated to Tcm-
lamora a new Sefer Torah,
edication of which will take
in a few weeks. At the
time, they also launched a
(i of Trees in the State of Is-1
with the plantitng of two|
is through the Jewish Nation-!
ind of Greater Miami.
nard Silver
be Named
in of the Year1
kn J. Ell, president of the
Mi National Fund Council of
|er Miami, has announced
the next meeting of the
bil will be held on Wednes-
^vening. Apr. 29, 8 p.m., at
bntainebleau Hotel.
Jiard Silver will be designat-
INF Man of the Month" for
The honor will be conferred
Iver "for his tireless devo-
ind dedicated effort on be-
ll the Jewish National Fund,
late of Israel and the people
Cel." declared Ell.
"We sought out the way in
which to share in the redemption
of the soil of Israel and also to
strengthen our own Temple Za-
mora by presenting them with
this new Sefer Torah," explain-
ed the couple, whose youthful
appearance belies their age.
Actually, they will celebrate
their 50th anniversary on June 7
when they sail on the SS Wilson
to the Far East.
. plans and a progress re-
y, the forthcoming JNF an-
il emulation supper will be
V,' \\- of the evening will be
Max Lipschitz, spiritual
ol Beth ["orah Congrega- M/**inc4**8n Tfl'IfC
In a talk on "Lag BOmer. IfWRWlWBl I OWS
wi.-h National Fund and Is
Leon J. Ell. president of the
Jewish National Fund Council
of Greater Miami, congratu-
lates Abraham Fraidlin "for
an outstandina job in pro-
moting the scle of tickets to
the recent JNF John F. Ken-
nedy Concert"
lard Leopold, well-known
I who has sung in opera and
, throughout Europe and
America, will present a
Kn. He will be accompanied
piano by Aida Yaslo.
Raphael Registration
Btration for the fall term of
and kindergarten at Con-
JO B'nai Raphael will be
Monday through Thursday,
to 7, from 9 to 1 p.m.
At Lodge Meet
Constable Leonard Weinstein
was featured speaker at the
North Shore B'nai B'rith meeting
' at Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association Auditorium, 1133
Normandy Dr., recently.
Program chairman, Irvine C.
Spear, announced that Constable
Weinstein's topic for the evening
was "How the Constable's Of-
fice Can be of Aid to the Aver-
age Citizen."
Jack A. Burstein, president-elect
of the lodge, presided.
Although Rabbi Hershel Brooks,
spiritual leader of Temple Zamora,
has been associated with the Tem-
ple for only two years, he has
proven himself to be "a dynamo
in furthering the Temple!* aetivi-
ties and as an ardent worker in
the vineyard of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund," according to Leon
J. Ell, president of the JNF Coun-
cil here.
Rabbi Brooks was ordained in
1952 from the Mesifta Torah Vo-
daath Rabbinical College of Brook-
lyn, N. Y., as the youngest stu-
dent in the history of the institu-
tion. In addition to his spiritual
activities with Temple Zamora, he
is active in many communal or-
ganizations. These include the
Miami Zionist Organization, and
B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge. He is
also coordinator of Jewish reli-
gious services at the Goodwill In-
dustries and chaplain of the Mur-
ray Solomon Jewish War Veterans
Post of Coral Gables.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris maintain a
Castro Subject
Of Beach Forum
"Is Castro's Golden Calf Sub-
verting Our Allies?" was the sub-
, ject of the People Speak Town
j Hall Forum on Friday. 8 p.m.. in
Washington Federal's Auditorium.;
1234 Washington Ave.
Discussants were Mary Louise
Wilkinson, Latin-American report-'
er of The Miami News; Luis V.
Manrara, president. Truth About
Cuba Committee: Prof. Robert1
Be-er. department of History,
University of Miami faculty:
Chain) Rose, moderator.
Discussion will follow, and ad-
mission is free.
home in Stockbridge, Mass., in
the heart of the Berkshires, which
is noted for its music festivals,
and as an outstanding art and cul-
tural center.
In "addition to being a director
in Temple Zamora, Harris is also
a member of Knesseth Israel in
Pittsfield, Mass.. Ohav Sholom in
South Orange, N.J., and of the
Minyonaires of Coral Gables.
"The Jewish National Fund of
Greater Miami salutes Mr. and
Mrs. Harris on the coming oc-
casion of their 50th wedding an-
niversary for their efforts on be-
half of Temple Zamora and the
State of Israel," declared Ell.
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WIN WITH THE MAN WHO GETS
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GROWTH
FOR
DADE COUNTY
IM. Pol. Adv.
Here's How Florida's
SENIOR SENATOR
PESSARD L.
LLANB
STANDS ON THE CIVIL RIGHTS BILL
Senator Holland fays:
"At this moment, I should be with you in Florida .
seeking your support in the coming Democratic primary
in my bid for renomination to the United States Senate.
Instead, I am in Washington on urgent business .
more important to us all because I feel the Civil
Rights Bill now before the Senate would be bad legisla-
tion for all our citizens and one which, even if passed,
will be doomed to failure by the fact of its very coercive
nature. This bill would put such fantastic power in the
hands of the attorney general that we could come close
to being a police state. For this reason, I am spending
my campaigning time m Washington doing the fob
you sent me to do. In the meantime, I warmly ask yow
to consider my past service to you and our great Stato
of Florida and return mo to the United States Senate M
our senior senator."
Ince 1*4o.
i
notor Holland km lervtd as year U. S. Senotoi
During these years he he* attained seniority ranked twelfth
among 67 Democratic Mombors of the Sc-norc
CPoiil Political AaVrrtiirmrlil I
RE-ELECT SPESSARD L.
U. S.
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Page 14-A
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Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPIIN
Jridery, Ap?;! 24 >%4
New Herzl Volume Revisits Exciting. History Again
HERIL YEAR BOOK. Volume 5. edited by
Raphael Patai. 384 pp. New York: Herri
Pre**, 51$ Pork Ave. $*.50.
HISTORY REVISITED is the theme of the Herzl
Press, which recently published its fifth volume
of "essays in Zionist history and thought." While
it is difficult to do justice to the wide range of
articles, a tew are of especial interest. This vol-
ume presents the proceedings of two conferences
at the Theodor Herri Institute, one in 1957 and one
in 1962. both of which centered on American Zion-
ism in the period between 1894 and 1919.
It was a period of great change in the Zionist
movement. Thus there are articles on the early
ttitudc of Reform Judaism to the movement (nog
ative) and of the American Jewish Committee.
Articles on press and labor reaction began to her
;.ld the change, while two, one on Zionism and the
Mormon Church, and the other on Jehovah's Wit-
nesses and their approach to Jews and Zionism,
are particularly intriguing.
A section on Zionism in the Midwestern United
States was less fascinating, but the last part, poli-
tical in scope, included a complete account of "The
Morgenthau Mission of 1917" and a study of the

As We Wore Saying: By ROBERT t. SECAl
Racial Agitation Disturbs -- But Why Have It?
AGITATION! Way back in 1947, Dr.
Gordon Watson, of Columbia Uni-
versity, published a little handbook.
Action for Unity: What America is
Doing to Push Back Racial and Reli-
gious Barriers." On his bill of fare |
for the resolution of intergroup tensions
were: exhortation, education, participa-
l.dii. revelation, negotiation, contention.
and prevention.
In that line-up. you don't see agitation mentioned. To-
day, in the struggle for Negro rights, you hear more
Hid more about agitation. But Dr. Watson used the
milder term, contention:" and it is helpful now to see
what the head ol an active Mayor's Committee told him
way back there:
What would you say has made the biggest contri-
bution to improving interrace and interlaith relations
in this community?" we asked. He considered his reply
and then said. Well, it caused us a lot of headaches,
and it is probably full of potential dynamite for the
Negroes themselves, but I would have to admit that it
was the aggressive, militant, uneompromi.-ing demands
foreign News teffer By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Why Egyptian Fled
THE EGYPTIAN Air
Force oiliier who two
months ago lied to Israel
aboard the Soviet-made
training plane, met here
the other day with press-
men and related to them
the reasons that prompt-
ed him to take this extra-
ordinary step.
Lieut. Mahmud Ab-
bas Hilmi told in a quiet
but intense voice about
the tasks he was made to
perform in Yemen, where nearly 40,000 of Nasser's
crack troops have been waging for more than a
year a ruthless war against the forces and the
population ol Yemen that refuse to accept Egyp-
tian domination.
The tale told by Lieut. Hilmi was indeed a
hair-raising one. For three months, which he spent
with the invading Egyptian forces, he took part
in incessant bombardment of defenseless Yemeni
\illages. Three times dailyhe saidhis squadron,
comprising Soviet '"Yak II" bombers, would sweep
down upon the villages turning them into heaps
of ashes and rubble. "We used to attack them
from a very low altitude with 80mm rockets and
machineguns and our mission was not completed
until the attacked villages were completely destroy-
ed" lie -aid that besides his own squadron there
were many other of "Ilyush in" bombers using also
"Napalm" incendiary bombs that caused not only
lires but inllicted terrible burns on the inhabitants.
He could take it no more: and when he learn-
ed that he would be sent out again to Yemen to
continue with the task, he decided to flee. "I am
a soldier, he said, but 1 cannot attack defenseless
villages ... I cannot go on killing women and
children ."
The brief statement, made of his own free
will, by Lieutenant Hilmi, was an indictment that
one would have expected to produce a shock far
beyond the boundaries of Israel.
Some months ago, when news began coming
out of Yemen telling of the indiscriminatory slaught-
er perpetrated by Nasser, there was a brief out-
cry. The Yemen Royalists then charged that be-
sides "Napalm" rockers, Nasser was also employ-
ing gas bombs and demanded an international in- -
vestigation. This was rejected by Egypt which
vehemently denied all the charges made against
her. Finally, the international Red Cross succeed-
ed in persuading Mr. Nasser to allow a limited
investigation which was carried out under Egyp-
tian "guidance."
of some of the Negro oganizations that made us move
further than anything else. They cause us a lot ot
trouble, but they get attention."
Seventeen years later, peaceful sit-ins and wade ins
are siving way to rent strikes and traffic tie-ups on Tri-
borough Bridge in New York. School boycotts are bring-
ing children and their parents from lily white northern
-uburbs into the core cities for a day of giving what
ior to intransigent school committees. Negro youngsters
are qouted as saying not "Shall we picket or not picket."
but rather "Shan we picket or tear the place down
And the sedate mother ol the Governor of Massachu-
setts goes with other "agitators" to St. Augustine, Fla.,
to participate in a .civil right.- demonstration. Sa>-
.Mrs. Malcolmn Peabody. mother ol the governor: "I go
to give my witness against injustice and discrimina-
tion." But doesn't she fear she'll be jailed? Her dis-
arming reply: "I'm not a crusader who wants to go to
jail. I don't think they'll put nice women in jail any-
way." (As events turned out Mrs. Peabody did go to
jail in St. Augustine on civil disobedience chart;*'- An
earlier Bay StaterHenry Thoreauwould have been
proud of the seventy-year-old wile of an Episcopal
bishop. I
The era of agitation in race relations is now bitting
the United States full wham because, as the "Christian
Century" puts it. "We have sinned away our opportuni-
ties for peaceful solutions and must now render justice
under the shadow of a growing threat of violence."
Moderates naturally deplore violence, but invite it by
slow action in the community. How pitiable it is to read
that several days after fists and bricks flew every which
way in Jacksonville, the communitylike a lumbering
tortoiseStarted to form a bi racial community relations
committee. So long, so long it has taken for America-
great cities, pressured by population mobility and the
Dew stirrings, touched by the demise of colonialism in
Africa, stirred by the demands of young people every
where, to turn at last to the painful but necessary busi-
ness ol trying to calm the unruly waters
This. too. alas, is a delusion. Police dialogue and
the starts and turns of well-intentioned hi racial commit-
tees, even those bearing the blessing of City Hall, can
never henceforth be the real answer. Not creeping tol-
erance but full-grown justice must come out of the grop-
ing and embarrassed second-thinking on that part of
white America. ol civil rights. For all his maddening ways and pro-
nouncements. James Baldwin is completely right when
he says: "Do gooders never really tried to make the Ne-
gro a first-class citizens, but only to make him content-
ed as a second-class citizens." A nation spiraling on
towards 200.000,000 population, with practically 40 percent
oi that nation's Negro citizenry already in the North, and
with automation erasing some 40.000 jobs each week,
must get quickly about the business of adjusting it-cii
to the needs of its disaffected and deeply-alienated
people
Capitol Spotlight:
Balfour Declaration and the role of Branded ,
his associates. As usual, the book alwa\s lo i
tar dryer and more forbidding than it in tact turaj
out to be.
o *
OUR BABY. Compiled by Sadie Rose Weiler$te;n
Illustrated by Kelly Oecnsli. M pp. New Yor<-
National Women's League of the United Syn.
gogue of America. 3010 Broadway. $3.7$.
It is alw ays difficult to find a Jewish bu iy
record book, which does not have to be "convert.
ed" on many pages to fit our holidays and cc-:*
monies. One of the few is this charming revi-^
- edition by Sadie Rose Weilerstein, author of "Ad.
ventures of K'tonton" and "Little New Angt "
among other excellent juvenile books.
Bound and slipcased, it features Biblical qun-j.
tions in Hebrew and English heading each sectM,
and special pages devoted to Brit Milan and rr.e
naming of a daughter. Pidyon Haben n
school, first visit to a synagogue, and .,11 ih, :
tivals. The book also includes the Standard
pages common to all baby books.
Done in yellow and greens, even the ei
are charming: they carry a Hebrew lullaby, I
ol the most unusual additions are the little '
and saying- from Jewish sources which hi
the sections.
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRiN
Conference Notes
THE RECENT twO-di> C(
' ence in Washingto:, on
Jewi-h situation in the So\.--
Union could well mark .. turr. -;
point in the Jewi-h WganiZttMN
structure in the is aparl from
opening a wedge to united set r.
jlleviating the plight ul Sot I
.lew s
It has long been known .:
the leaders of the Soviet Union are
insensitive to the mounting wave ol rest
men! in Ihe civilized countries of the world ...
the obvious Soviet effort to subvert .!< :-!i '
through cutting it off from the life-givm.
religion, culture anil communal Living. 1: Un
Icy had accomplished nothing more than
notice on the Soviet I'nion that Amerii Je
i- determined to maintain a united [roni on -
iBg Soviet Jewry from extinction, it
marked a most significant mile.-tum
Jew i-h historj
In fact however, the American -h I I
feronce on Soviet Jewry was set on wi in a series ol positive actions which < ho| :
to be effective once they are proper!) r: i-h' :
the attention of -top Soviet policy makers I
statement by President Johnson could i" an ell
tive instrument in arousing American public opm-
ion to the urgency of the Jewish situation in
Soviet I'nion
What is more, a behind-the curtain ..ttion
the State Department could Influence lop So\.'.
officials into receptiveness to the idea that a con-
frontation with Jewish leaders could at least clear
the air if not lead to an amelioration ot the Je*
ish situation.
The course of action approved by the COM" '
ence was constructive, positive and full) relent
to the situation. r.
c
onn<
f
By JESSIE HAIPERN
Soviet Embarrassment Jumps Up Precipitously
THE VEHEMENT SOVIET denial of
act uusations of religion- persecu
tion. and specifically of anti-Semitism
in the Soviet I'nion. combined with the
sudden vigorous propaganda thru.-t aim-
ed to counter the efforts of the Apr. 5
and 6 American Jewish Conference on
Soviet Jewry, is indeed, ironical.
One could supply a never-ending
h-t. particularly of recent actions
against Jews and Jewish religion throughout the Soviet
Union. The sentencing of such a disproportionate num
ber of Soviet Jews for so-called 'economic crimes"" needs
no further elaboration. The exposure of the Ukrainian
. Academy of Science"s viciously anti-Semitic publication
"Judaism Without Embellishment." before the United
Nations Commission Human Rights by the president of
the American Jewish Committee, Morris Abram speaks
ior itself. It is impossible to conceive how Soviet repre-
sentatives on one hand deny the accusatons of anti-Semit-
ism, and on the other hand, admit that this hook mx
officially publi.-hed in the Soviet Union
Suddenly, in the midst of much outcry and confu.-.on
the Soviet Embassy in Washington, in a less than subtle
effort in recenl days, has shown a gn '- '
not onl> over the publicity given to these evenl
especially over the Washington Conferei "! ""'',
Anti-Semitism. Aware that the confereno eaders oo w
ii.tend to play r game of quiet diplomat and, "'".]l
ed ironically over world opinion, the Emh..--> P""1"'
been deluging the Washington JTA office with dauj'
leases, supposedly from Novosti, the Soviet prop
news agency The press releases have taken tne
of protestations of various Soviet groups ol >''"
first was from a group of rabbis and Mliaious c0!!1
ity leaders denying anti-Semitism in the USSR. o|
Then came the "popular" appail from a 8''^,
Jewish workers of a Soviet machine making 1J' .^
This protested the "insult" of a conference CO
of American Jews claiming to speak in "u" !f';f.
Promised to follow are releases from a s-rouP ,.
ish artists in the Soviet Union as well a- irom '^ ^
dusirial groupdlso Jewish, again protesting
ington Conference ...ad#
It is known that the Soviet Embassy hf ...
considerable efforts to find out whether their r, |
are getting any play in the Anglo-Jew i-h press
the United States.


364
April 24. 1964
''Jenlsii fkrktian
Page 15-A
in dictates Seeking Posts
State, Local Elections
O lowing rs a partial list of candidates running for office in the
lections.-< Pur further listings, see other sections.)
Cliff Herrell
ng reelection .to his State
le seat. Cliff Herrell has a,
fd in public service going
1945 when he began ten
I Mayor of Miami Springs.
I- his tenure in the Legis-
|< from 1J55 to 1359. the 44-
old Senjtor served as Gov.
r floor leader.
lected by the press as "out-
Jing Freshman Senator" in;
Herrell states
J963. I led the fight for bet-'
f< apportionment, better teach-
pay. additional road funds
[i le, no sales tax on food
di igs, elimination of tax on
household goods, traffic safety
and commission on aging."
Mike Calheun
Mike Calhoun. candidate for
State Representative from Group
2, pledges to fight for "lower
taxes for Dade, more aid for edu-
cation and fairer reapportion-
ment."
An active realtor and property
manager. Calhoun is a member of
the Dade County Zoning and Zon-
ing Appeals Board, officer in South
Florida Chapter Institute Real
Estate Management, and Business
Council and Government Research
Council of Miami Dade County
Chamber of Commerce.
"In Mike Calhoun," say his sup-;
porters, "we have the only ean-l
dictate *v*tlv a prove* receexl- wi-
county-wide government, political
and civic service."
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Allen F. Stearns, Jr.
Lifelong resident of Dade Coun-
ty, Allen F. Stearns, Jr., states:
"I intend to serve as an honor-
able and effective State Repre-
sentative, and am conducting my
campaign on a grass roots pre-
cinct by precinct level."
The 36-year-old Stearns, in the
*roip>7 race, is In the automobile '
business and has been active in:
local, state and national elections
for over ten years.
If elected, he says, "I will tight
any new taxes and any move to
abolish Homestead Exemption. I
am in favor of medicare, I advo-
cate that automobile salesmen be
licensed, and above all I shall
fight for fair apportionment."
MYERS AND PALLOT TO RECEIVE AWARDS
Cedars of Lebanon Will Honor President
At Annual Ball Sunday in Doral Beach
irael Refuses Agency Permission
Inspect Atomic Reactor
|Ccntinued from Page 1-A
it is possible that an in-
bticn team to be sent to Is-
could include represents-
from these hostile Arab
?es.
phasis was also laid here on
act that it is well known that
Nebi Rubin reactor is used
| tor research and training,
jthal it has been visited regu-
sctentists from the U.S.A. -
pre is an agreement in force
?en Israel and the United
|s on the inspection of atomic ,
|Mnh installations in Israel
jttt received American assist-
a^B, and thi- agreement i- work-
iB^Rtc mutual satisfaction, Israel
8 declared in Washington in
lection with reports on differ-
js between the two countries'
i question of international in-'
Son of Israel's atomic in
ti MS The existing agree
provides s system of con-;
and inspection by the United !
- designed to ensure that |
lti< are used exclusively for
(eful purposes. "There i< no
between Israel and the.
A regarding the continued
tence of this agreement," the
Ices pointed out.
n mplication that Israel is
Iking at atom checks" is mis
rmed, Israelis explained.'
sing that Israel has no objec-
whatsoever to continued!
American* inspection of the facili-
ties concerned. Moreover, Israel
is not questioning the desirability
of the International Atomic En-
ergy Agency eventually extending
its inspection, by agreement, to
instances covered by bilateral
agreements.
This principle, it was noted in
Washington, has, however, been
opposed at the International
Atomic Energy Agency by Egypt
and some oiher countries. There-
fore it is still highly question-
able whether international safe-
guards would not, in practice,
become purely unilateral In
scope, applying to some coun-
tries but rejected by others.
Israeli circles also pointed out
that, before any country agrees to
such I system in practice, it clear-
ly has the right to know how it
will apply to her neighbors who
have atomic installations. More-
over, it may be questioned wheth-
er the workings of the Internation-
al Atomic Energy Agency are in-
deed those of an objective scien-
tific organization or are injected
with political interests. This re-
quires careful study, in light of
some recent discussions by the
agencysuoh as establishing its
Middle Eastern Isotopic Center in
Cairowhich denies to Israel, a
member country, access to facili-
ties set up by the agency.
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The comedy team of Ford and
Hines will headline the show at
the second annual President's Ball
on Sunday at the Doral Beach
Hotel Starlight Roof.
Backing up the popular pair will
he vocalist Jimmy Holmes. Mai
Malkin's Orchestra and other
special acts.
Sponsor of the black-tie ban-
quet is Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital, whose trustees and of-
ficers will honor President Har- ,
ry L. Lewis for his recent
achievement, completing the
upper three floors of the hospi-
tal. Co-sponsor is the Women's
Auxiliary, headed by Mrs. Ted
Lotterman.
Saul Silberman is program chair-
man. Dinner Chairman E. Albert
I'allot announced that the ban-
quet will be preceded by a recep-
tion from 6:30 to 8 p.m., in the
Mediterranean Room.
Some 400 guests are expected to
attend the annual festivities.
A five-ft.-tall model of Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital will greet the
arriving guests at the black-tie
affair. Created out of tyrofoam
by David Kovac, chief caterer at
the Doral Beach Hotel, the au-
thentic model took two months to
construct and will show all the
recent additions to the building,
including the special emergency
ramp, the Elise Adams Memorial
Gardens the new West Wing, the
enlarged driveway, and the "Tree
of Life" Memorial, bearing names
of donors to the hospital.
"Speeches will be at an abso-
lute minimum and there will be
' no solicitation." declared Silber-
man. "This is to be a 'fun' even-
ing, with dining, dancing and en-
tertainment marking an occasion
of appreciation."
Two special awards will be
presented during the evening.
Chairman of the board, Stanley
I C. Myers, and former chairman
of the Development Fund, E.
Albert Pallot, will receive the
gold Volunteers of Valor plaque.
Members of the Board of Trus-
tees will preside as hosts at the
Beth El to Honor
Rabbi Schiff At
Dinner of Tribute
Congregation Beth El. one of
Miami's pioneer synagogues, will
salute its spiritual leader, Rabbi
Solomon Schiff, at a dinner of
tribute May 31 at the Deauville
Hotel.
Rabbi Schiff will be feted by the
State of Israel Bonds Organization
at a program celebrating Israel's
16th anniversary of statehood.
Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin,
of Maryland, whose service as
chief executive of that state and
as Mayor of Baltimore won him
national esteem, will be prin-
cipal speaker.
Gov. McKeldin also has been in
the forefront of American Gov-
ernment friendship for Israel since |
the State's independence was pro- ,
claimed May 14. 1948.
i
President Joe -C. Zalis is serv-
ing as chairman for the event,
which he said "will be one of the
most significant in the history of
Congregation Beth El."
cocktail party prior to the ban-
quet. They are:
Samuel T. Shapiro, president
emeritus, Sam Luby Sr Ben No-,
vack. E. Albert Pallot. David
Stuzin. Sidney M. Aronovitz. Mor-
ris Lomaskin. Sidney Lefcourt.
Robert Russell. R. Williams Apte.
Elliott Blumenthal, Irving Cypen.
Joseph A. Garfield. Herbert Ge-
lertner, Louis E. Goldman. Mor-
ris Klass. William B. MacDonald
Jr.. Col Nathan B. Rood. Sol C.
Shaye. Saul Silberman, Samuel J.
Spector, Harold Thurman. Joseph
Weintraub and Stanley H. Wolff.
The Hostess Committee is head-
ed by Mesdames Harry L Lewis.
Morris Lomaskin. Benjamin Oren
and E. Albert Pallot.
Philip S. Brewer
Miami Utility Consultant Philip
S." BTewer" a -candidate "forThe
Florida Railroad and Public Utili-
ties Commission, has pledged to
make "sweeping changes in the
activities of the Commission.
Among these is bringing the rate
structures of the state's major
utility firms into line with the 6.7
percent profit allowed by the state
which will result in a definite
lowering of utility rates."
In addition. Brewer says, "the
new Commission should get this
Florida East Coast strike settled
once and for all."
Brewer hopes to finance his bid
for election "through dollars col-
lected from the little people whom
I will be representing."
Edwin L. "Ed" Mason
"I believe that my experience
on the Public Utilities Commis-
sion, which I now serve as chair-
man, bringing to 24 years my ser-
vice to the public of Florida, best
qualifies me to serve as your com
missioner," states Edwin L. "Ed"
Mason. 47-year-old Democrat
Appointed to the Commission in
1959. Mason was elected to a
four-year term to the office he
now seeks to retain in 1960 and
became chairman in 1963.
"Reorganization of the COaUmlS-
sion and tariff specialists added
have resulted in utility and trans
portation rate reductions, saving
Florida consumers about $15 mil
lion annually." Mason points out.
JOIN the "CHRISTMAS CLUB"
ELECT
RANDY
CHRISTMAS
Pull Lever 45-A
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE DISTRICT 1
WHY RANDY CHRISTMAS
SHOULD BE ELECTED JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, DIST. !
1. RANDY CHRISTMAS graduated from the University of Miami Business
and law Schools.
2. RANDY CHRISTMAS served on the Miami City Commission 1953-1955.
3. RANDY CHRISTMAS served as Mayor of Miami 1955-57.
4. RANDY CHRISTMAS was voted Outstanding Young Man of Dade Coun-
ty 1955. Awarded Jaycee Good Government Award 1955. Voted
Coed Neighbor Award for furthering latin-American relations.
5. RANDY CHRISTMAS during six years of Military Service (lew 44
combat missions. RANDY CHRISTMAS was awarded THE DISTINGUISH-
ED HYING CROSS and three Air Medals.
6. For the past 4 years RANDY CHRISTMAS has served as an Assistant
State's Attorney.
7. RANDY CHRISTMAS is a member of the Miami Springs Methodist
Church, Mahi Shrine, lions Club, and Moose Lodge.
M. Pol. A.li .


Page 16-A
* faHisfiftrrirfi^n
Friday. April 24,
MB Reveals Two Year Budget
Continued from Page 1-A
learn of and experience their
heritage end to apply it to their
everyday life."
At an earlier session. Dr. Abram
L. Sachar, president of Brandeis
University, said that American
Jews have been "finally emanci-
pated from their self-conscious-
ness.'" He attributed this devel-
opment to the establishment of
the State of Israel. "Self-confi-
dence." he declared, "can only
grow as Israel grows. When we
travel to Israel, we must not go
merely as tourists or yet as rich
cousins, but as pilgrims in com-
munion with a motherland, as
Jews and. respected as Ameri-
cans, representatives of another
free land."
Lewis H. Weinstein. chairman of
the National Community Relations
Advisory Council, and the Confer-
ence of Presidents of Major Amer-
ican Jewish Organizations, told
delegates to the National Jewish
Welfare Board convention here
that "isolation is as dangerous to
American Jewish life as it is to
international affairs." He called
upon American Jewry to "pool its
leadership."
"Tfca best example of this kind
of pooling of leadership," he said,
"was our recent Washington Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry when 500
national and local leaders met to
arouse the conscience of the world
against the campaign of destruc-
tion of religious and cultural life
of the Jews in Russia. The kind
of leadership we Jews need, to
meet our goals, is marked by a
profound sense of community, a
solid personal commitment to Jew-
ishness and Jewish education, cul-
ture and creative survival-. and
personal identification with the
Jewish people and the Jewish
ethics."
EcVin Wolf 2nd, president of
the National Foundation for
Jewish culture, told delegates to
the convention to help close the
gap between the Jewish intel-
Ictual and his Jewishness, and
warned American Jews not to
forget their Jewishness in the
matter of civil rights.
"We have the paradox." he said,
of more Jews active in cultural
Hid intellectual activities, and at
the same time more Jews accept-
ing the worst of anti-intellectual
materialism. Free access to acad-
emic positions, a wide reading of
looks of Jewish content, and a
respect for Jewish learning have
been gained. Yet there is still a
chasm between the great major-
ity of the intellectuals who were
born Jewsand Jewishness in any
religious, philosophical, cultural
or social sense I blame the gulf
, on the intellectual who has tailed
to find for himself the values in
his heritage, and on the Jewish
organization man who has scorn-
ed matters of the mind."
Mr. Wolf called upon JWB and
it- affiliate! Centers and YMHAs
jto promote "a frame of mind a
; way of lif, which is Jewish in
that it develops itself to things
j >h- int<*"ect. not exclusively
religious. The working-out of a
. iMiuusyuy ol American Jewish life,
which is American. Jewish and of
the 20th century, should be enough
ot a problem to keep our best
brains as busy as the Talmudic
scholar kept his."
At a business session of the con-
vention. Mrs. Florence G. Heller,
Chicago philanthropist, was elect-
ed president. She is believed to
be the first woman president of
a national American Jewish or-
ganization of the JWBtype. She
succeeds Solomon Litt. who was
elected a honorary president.
FOR BAR COMMlim
Cypen to Chairl
'Law Day' May
Judge Irving Cypen is ser
as chairman of the Bar Comma
in charge of the pro-ram to]
serve "Law Day" on May l
"Law Day highlight- the n,
the legal profession in preserv,
those ireedems so often takes]
' granted," said Mayor Robert K
High in proclaiming May \
"Law Day" in Miami
Some 1.200 have become ,
n'lized citizens here during i
last year, according to the Mu
office of the United Stjte- |
irration and Naturalization
ice.
A 10 a.m. program will be I
in Bayfront Auditorium, arraii
by the Dade County liar Am
tion.
JACK BUKSUIN
No. Shore Loche
Installs Officers
Jack Burstein. 7800 HarJing
Ave.. Miami Beach, was installed
this week as president of the
North Shore Lodge of B'nai B'nth
at the Carillon Hotel.
Installing officer was Samuel
Nieberg, first vice president of
District Grand Lodge No. 5. Chair-
man of the affair was Aaron Ber-
ger, and toastmaster was Nath-
aniel Glickman.
Other officers installed were
Aaron F. Berger, Samuel Green-
field, Morris Roth, and Irvine C. ,
Spear, vice presidents; E. Alfred
Row en, chaplain; Nathaniel Glick-
man. parlimentarian; Abe J. Tun-
ick, treasurer; Richard Bergman,
recording secretary; Max Kriloff.
corresponding secretary; Louis A.
Katz. financial secretary; Samuel
B. Miller, guardian; and Morris
Lunch, warden.
Lions Elect
Edelman Prexy
Charles Adelman has been
elected president of the Little
River Lions Club.
Other officers named at a re-
cent meeting here are Joe Gar
Apr. 9 meeting here are Joe Gar-
cia. Stan Crayer and John Metz-
ger. vice presidents; Ed Mc-
Goun. treasurer; Pat Harris,
secretary; Harvey Goodman,
corresponding secretary; Bud
Sanders, tail twister; and Al
Kolski. Lion tamer.
Members of the board are Del
Kittendorf. Don Dixon. Lou Pen-
zi. Russ Gilbert. Bill Jackson
and Vic Bezdek.
Coral Chapter Luncheon
Coral Chapter of the American
Medical Center will hold a donor
luncheon on Wednesday noon in
the Richelieu Room of the Dean
ville Hotel.
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Beth Sholom Lunch
Gives Sistie Awards
Third annual Si=tie Awards
luncheon, held by the Sisterhood
of Temple Beth Sholom last week
featured a special program en-
tilled "The Generations of Beth
Sholom."
Mother! of Beth Sholom who
have children who are members
p| Beth Sholom and whose chil-
dren "i:her attend or have attend-
ed the Beth Sholom Religious
.-chir were especially recognized
.mi] presented with paperweights
leatiu lag a golden crown.
Ral I and Mrs. Leon Kronish
presented the "'generations" to
-cmo 300 women who attended the
luncl 3.
Mn Leo Levin, president of
Sisterhood, led the presentation of
the awards to members who serv-
ed wit' distinction in various areas
ol endeavor during the past year.
Assist were four past presi-
dent; f Sisterhood, Mrs. Harvey
i; Kramer, Mrs. Louis F. Snet
man, Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, and
Mrs, .rold 11. Miller.
Tin following received Sistie
Av. Mesdames Ethel Sha-
piro. James Knopke. J. Bernard
Specti Benjamin U. Goldstein,
Jack I Shapiro, Harry E. Wolk,
Leon nger. Leon Kronish. Mil-
ton Malakoff. Harvey E. Kramer,
Solomon B. Goldman. David
Drucker, Sanford Levine, Philip
Davis, Harold Granoff, Samuel
Hirsch. Norman Russ. Joseph
Sharpc. Harry A. Gordon, Sam
Rudt, Max Applebaum, Abraham
Rosenberg, Harry W. Greenberg,
Benjamin Mandell, Jack M. Fink,
Irving Weslin. Abram Baker, Sey-
mour Silvcrman. Samuel Meisel-
inan. Aaron Redcr. Joseph Shaw-
mut. Miriam Vernick. Jose Ven-
tura. Jack Goldberg. Louis F.
Suet man. Martin Steiner. and
Philip Schli-sel.
Mrs. .1. .Bernard Spector. Sister-
hood vice president in charge of
programing, was chairman of the
day, and was also one of the Win-
ers "f the top awards.
Food donated for the luncheon
was prepared by a large commit-
tee under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Abram Baker, Mrs. Harry W.
Greenberg and Mrs. Benjamin
Mandell.
Another feature of the program
vas the presentation ol a painting
by Samuel Grodensky to Rabbi
Leon Kronish as a surprise birth-
day gift. Making the presentation
was Mrs. David Drucker. the
Temple's Art Committee chair-
man.
Mrs. Leo Levin, president of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood,
presents a Sistie Award to Mrs. J. Bernard Spector, Sisterhood
vice ^resident, "for outstanding service" during the past year.
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Miami, Florida, Friday, April 24, 1964
Section B
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Plans for dedication ceremonies of the Thrift
Shop of Jewish Home for the Aged on Sun-
day afternoon are discussed by Thrift Shop
Ccmmittee members. Left to right are Mrs.
JOAN FKID
off fo Israel
Violin virtuoso Joan Field.
who has given unsparingly ol
her time and talent for Israel,
up to now has been known and
admired there only through
her records But all that is
about to be changed Joan
u leaving this weekend to spend
j! month there, v.here she'll give
;i series oi recitals at the He
brew University of Jerusalem
and will also conduct a master
class in the new Music Depart
ment "1 plan to intersperse
lass familiar American works
with the Hebrew music." ex-
plained the Miami Beach vio-
linist .
Also awaiting Joan, her first
took at the Joan Field Musical
Library just begun at the U for
music donated in the Interna-
tional stars name From
Israel. Miss Field will travel to
Europe to fulfill her annual con-
cert a"d recording commitments
. Accompanying Joan, in pri-
Continued on P9 'B
Barthold Strauss, Louis Bresler, Mrs. Marion
Robbins, Harry Altman. Abraham Hirsch, Mrs.
Ruth Berger and (standing) Jack Popick. (See
stories, Sec. A.)
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MIAMIAN TO TAKE HELM
Florida Region of Hadassah to Convene
In Tampa for Top Business Sessions
Mrs Ii loss -
>. Hadassah
- that the 15 chap-
- C mpr^.ns the region mclud-
_ I ?... .' hold its an-
teWMl at the Interna-
D Tampa this Sunday
fill noon through next W>-
_> Apr 29
Theme is Countdown for Ac-
- Mrs. Hy Salpeter. of the
National Board of Hadassan. will
rve as conference advisor
Celebrities addres-ing the con-
(efcace will be U.S. Rep. Claude
.epper. a ho will speak at the in-
stallation banquet on Monday Hi>
pic is "United States Progiam
for Peace and Progress in the
Wprld."
The Sunday evening plenary ses-
-.on. chaired b> Mrs. Dorothy
Krieger Fink, of Miami Beach, re-
-.oral vice president, will high-
.-. Prof. FreJ Shaw, director of
the Department of Guided Studies
the University of Miami, in a
iscussion ot -United States-Israel
Relations: Present Indicative-
Future Imperative'
Local regional chairmen who
. ill be in charge of workshop? are
Mrs Gerald P. Soltz and Mrs
Wolpe. They will conduct ".All
Signals Go on Membership and
Program: Mrs Samuel Z
Sakrais trill lead Today's Strat-
. gyTommorrow's Success." a
ork-hop on American and Zion-
-t affair-. Mrs Earl Brown, of
Molly wood. "New Frontiers." re
ating to Zionist Youth Activities:
Lillian Goodman. 'Getting to
Know You" luncheon: and Mrs
lecar Sindell. of Ft. Lauderdale.
i ni Mrs Morton Silberman, of
. i st Palm Beach, in a leadership
. workshop on "Top Brass
i Session."
Mr- Liss and Mr- Salpeti
iuct a Presidents' Clinic call-
tting the Con:
Mr- Natalie Freedman. of Hoi-
nxi. will present "Break
Through to a Brighter Future,
education workshop. Mrs BikI-
> Levine. of Cocoa h<
chairman of a fund-raising
-hop. "Horizon's Unlimited." Mrs
"-at Barth. pre- lent Miami
will chair
-ion called "Brief:..- for Cl
:-
Z.
. lent K-^ion._
'.ili serve as installing officer at
Gavel Going to
New President
Mrs Sidney Ritterman will pre-
-ent the presi eat's gavel to Mrs.
Bertram Whitman at the Miami
.-eh Chapter of the Childrer.'-
\sthma Research Institute and
lation eeremonie-
V( T 45 p.m in the I
UlitJ R m of the Chase Fed-
- ar.d Lt.
Rd
Other officers to be installed by
Judge KenneUi I >ka are Mrs
Philip Lentz. Miss Terry Abert,
-.r.d Mrs Albert Laufer. vice
president-. Mrs Louis Joseph.
Mrs Anne Reiff. Miss Ann Ches-
ter ar.d Mrs Augusta Freidberg.
*cretanes. Mrs. Sidney Ritter
man. outgoing president, chap-
lain.
Installation chairman is Mr*
Sally Cooper. Mrs Max LeVine
is hospitality chairman
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Mane Moranor. whose daughter is
a patient at the National Home in
Denver. Joseph Malek will en-
tertain following refreshments.
Funds raisei by tne women of
the local chapter help pay for care
and treatment of the nation's ser
iously ill asthmatic children and
also help support research work
on allergies
towing s'ate of officers for the
.. .. r. of Hadassah
e instilled
Pre- II'. S ::
Miami rice presidents, Mrs
ci Miami. Mrs
man. of West Pa'm
leach Mrs. Euddy Levine, "f Ope
Kennedy. Mrs. Irving wVssman
I Tsmpa. Mrs Dorothy Krieger
Fink, of Miami Beach
Mrs Jack Reznik. cf Tampa,
rer. Mrs Marshall Ker.t. of
Clearwater. recordi?.. secretary:
Mrs. Earl Brown, of Hollywood,
corresponding secretary: parlia-
mentarian. Mrs. Avner Lewis
Orlando.
Delegate-at-larae. ..;r= Fred
Jonas. Miami Beach: Miss Mar-
guerite Marx. Miami Beach. Mrs
Joseph Milton. Miami: Mrs Hy-
man Robert?. West Palm Beach:
Mrs. Oscar Bindell. Ft. Lauder-
dale: Mrs Lester Wi-hnatzki. Polk
County
Plcr.ni.-.c :o: the Flonda Region of Hadassah conference ere
seated left to riant Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz, membership vice
president, end Mrs. Irwin Liss. president. Standinq left to
right, are Mrs. Dorothy Kreiger Fink, vice president: Mis. Nat
Barth. president. Micrr.i Beach Chapter Mrs. Samuel Z. Sc'<-
rais. past president; end Mrs. Leonard Wolpe. program chair-
man. Mrs. Soltz will be installed president cf the Florida Re-
gion at the convention.
Chairmen f the conferer.ee are t,-:-.;k
Mrs Irwin Weissman. Mrs. Jack II oi Tam|

BB Women's Unit
Slates Installation
Next Apr. 30
B'na; B'rith Women's >
Miami will held it- -...
..ition of officer* or:
day evening. Apr 30. at
Inn. 7500 SW 8tn St
Mrs Alfred Reich .
and pa-t president. BB".
.5 an Samuel Niebere. vi<.
.dent of BB District Gran |
o. will bring greetings.
Ceremony will be cor. :
Mr-. David Sherper. pa-:
ent and counselor of O
Miami, who will install Mrs
.n Sachs for a second v-
president
Other officer* on the -
I rogram vice president -.
George Gordon; treasurer I ..
-ecor.d year. Mrs. Robert
recording secretary. Mrs
Feldman: corresponding
'ar> Mrs David Shwiller
mentariar.. Mr- Arthur Bassmao
Chairman of the affu
George Gordon, president
lom Chapter Co-chairma:.
Harold Feldman. presidenl
;n:ngo Chapter, is in
-\ations
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Friday, April 24, 1964
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Among the more than 600 leaders of Greater Miami Jewry
present at the Israel Independence Dinner on Sunday night
at the Fontainebleau Hotel were (left to riqht) Mrs. Mac Gache;
Mrs. Sam Rost, chairman of the Arrangements Committee;
Mrs. Sam Blank, recipient with her husband of the State of
Israel Medallion of Honor; and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, co-chair-
man with her husband of the Cpmmittee of Hosts for the spon-
soring Israel Bonds Organization. All the women are Trustees
of Israel for 1964.
Teacher Chosen
To Attend Meet
Mrs. Ilgrjjort Cornm. member of
the Beth Torah Congregation Pre-
school Department, has been chos-
en as a delegate to the Saucus
Convention in Oklahoma City to
be held on Apr. 21.
Mrs Comm has been an instruc-
tor at Beth Torah Congregation
during the past two years, and is
a member of the Greater Miami
Pre-School Synagogue Teachers
Council affiliated with the Bureau
of Jewish Education, of which
Mrs. Lee Brandeis serves as pres-
ident and Mrs. Sidney Keshlansky,
Beth Torah Pre-School supervisor,
serves as vice president.
Registration for Beth Torah
Pre-School will be taken starting
Monday. Apr. 27, and continue
through the month of May. Beth
Torah Kindergarten has introduc-
ed the new methods of mathe-
matics and science in its school
curriculum.
Mrs. Sidney Keshlansky, pre-school supervisor of Beth Torah
Congregation, conqratulates Mrs. Herbert Comm on being
chosen as a delegate from the Pre-School Synagogue Teach-
ers Council to the Saucus Convention at Oklahoma City
held on Tuesdcy.
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Friday. April 24, 1964
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
She Reigns Magnificently on South Beach
Hail to the
Chief. On the
South Shore of
Miami Beach,
where the Chief
reigns, the com-1
munrty is an ensemble of diver-
gent traditions, skills, needs and
potential. But each component
the aged and the young, the un-
employed and the unemployable,
the exile, as well as the resident
and touristall follow the same
drummer Votes are garnered.
Civic projects are propelled
from conception to actuality by
relentless prosecution. And hon-
orary though the title may be,
no politician worth his plati-
tudes discounts the Chief's pow-
er. Lena Mintzes. seventy-two
years old. is Honorary Chief of Lena M^^es accepts an award from Beach Councilman D. Lee
South Miami Beach. Powell as husband Joseph Mintzes looks on.
For thirty-four years. Lena
Mintzes has patrolled the alleys
and by ways of the South Shore.
Armed only with the most un-
sophisticated weaponry, she has
guarded and enlarged the area's
geographical and spiritual bor-
(iir-
Dropping the chicken feet she
was scalding in the kitchen sink.
Mrs. Mintzes flipped through a
-:..ik of five-hundred postal
card she'd just finished addres.-
i make the transition from
.vile to political lobbyist
with effortless dexterity.
Housewife First
"Each morning I get up and
do my housework." she said,
"then I cook my supper. During
the day I go. I go to City Hall,
to the hospital, to get petitions
signed, to find a job for some
poor guy. I work But even-
night I'm home to eat supper with
my husband."
Miami Beach harbors untold
numbers of organizations. You
name itand Lena Mintzes has
either founded it. presided over
it. or resurrected it.
Her first venture into organi-
zation work took place in Ni
York City when she was a girl
of twenty. There, she organized
the women's division of the
Workmen'.- Circle.
"But even as a little girl,"
she >aiJ. "I wanted to help peo-
ple: I wanted to give. 1 couldn't
help myself."
When Mr. and Mrs Mintze-
came to Miami Beach from New
York, they purchased a modest
frame bungalow at 815 Fourth
St.. where they still live. It was
Miami's late Mayor Abe Arono-
vitz. who lent Lena Mintzes the'
money to construct a four-unit
apartment house next to their i
home. Protesting that she and
her husband do not need much,
she admits that they contribute
more than they csn afford to or-
ganizations and needy people.
Still an Inspector
l'p until ten years asc
(irked for a real estate office
on Lincoln Rd.. and today she
- still an inspector for the Citj
and county during election time.
Mr-. Mintzes founded the South
Shore Citizens Club eleven years
ago. Its purpose was to facili-
tate the construction of Pier
Park on Miami Beach. (Of
course. Pier Park was built
Lena Mintzes laid its corner-
stone.
Four years ago. she started her
campaign to build a Miami Beach
Health Center.
"I was weary." she said, "of
watching old people here on
South Beach suffer and some die
for lack of close-by medical help.
I've had them die in my arms in
the streets. I had to do some-
thing about it."
Thankful for Help
Now. soon there will be a
Health Center on 6th St and
Collins Ave. The City donated
the ground and both the Federal
and County governments gave
funds. It will be supervised by
the county.
"But let me say that I'm proud
of my City Hall and the county
and men like Chuck Hall. Al
Gordon and Tom O'Malley. With-
out them. I couldn't do what I've
done, what I've smII to i-
Mr-. Mintzes belong! to I
ty-two organizations. Sin
th ..: '
Greal J I
! Beach
member of Both Jacob
I'fe mei
Jewish Home for The Age.; she
works with the Hebrew .-
ing and Immigrant Aid S
the Pioneer Women of Midtril
Beach and is founder and
- idenf df"th* -Senior Citiz;
sociation of Miami Beach
And when she tells the L
Rd. merchants she won -hup
there if they prevent ol
from sitting on the Mall,
better watch out. Wha
-ays. Lena does, and sxi ej
South Beach.
Ke*pins Busy
"I keep busy." Lena Mintzes
said. "I put stop lights o- the
Beach, benches at bus stop- r.
Tenth St. I put fifty benches and
trees. City Hall never Nfusea
me. They always cooperate I
find jobs for people. I bring
people to the hospital, even to
St. Francis. I go often to court
to protect people. I take rat the
drunkards and get them job-.
I go to the churches on holidays
and make a little donat/T. lor
the poor. I don't care abo'it col-
or, race or religion. Only i
hate the Communists."
Once, with two inspecor- at
her heels. Lena Mintzes stormed
through the back alleys or
Beach to require landlord- to
provide covered garbage
for their tenant- She der
a clean and neat South B
T her home, and she h
: all her lite to bet-
that home and all who live in it.
Still erect, with .. leather;
L
tzes pinpoints r.< tai.
- in with energy and
Happy New Taste!

Coral Chapter
Donor Luncheon
Coral Chapter of Miami, Amer-
ican Medical Center at Denver,
has scheduled its annual donor
award luncheon for Wednesday
noon at the Deauville Hotel.
Fo 1 I o w i n g presentation of
awards to project chairmen by
Mrs Jules Weston. president. Mrs.
Joe Nurenberg. vice president in
charge of the afternoon, will in-
troduce professional entertain-
ment.
Mrs. Irving Rubinstein. Mrs.
Murry Harrison and Mrs. Harry
B. Schwartz have been selected to
represent the chapter at the na-
tional convention to be held in
Denver in August.
Surfside Production
Circuit Players will present
"Separate Rooms." a comedy by
J. Carole and A. Dinehart. at the
Surfside Community Center on
Apr. 26 through 30. Gertrude Marx
is directing the production, which
features Bunni Caroll and Lou
Hyman.
Life Founder
Hosts Board
Recently nominated honorary
life founder president of the Com-
munity Women's Club, Surfside-
Bal Harbour-Bay Harbour Islands.
Mrs Milton Levinsohn was host to
the club's outgoing Board of Di-
rectors at a luncheon in her
home. 9440 Carlyle Ave., on Thurs-
day. Apr. 16.
Most recent project completed
by the group was equiping and
maintaining an emergency first
aid room in the Surfside Commun-
ity Center.
Wiggery' Theme
Of JWVA Meet |
A presentation of "wiggery" by
Susan Kenton's Wig Center of
North Miami Beach was to be the
featured program of an open meet-
ing of the Colonel David Marcus
Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans
of the United States.
Mrs. Al Rahman, president, said
the meeting was to take place
Thursday evening at Congregation
B'nai Raphael, 1401 NW 183rd St.
An explanation of the advantages
and varieties of modern trigger)
was to be given by Susan Kenton.
of the Wig Center, followed by
modeling of representative selec- -
tions by auxiliary members. Mrs.
Herbert Gopman, Mrs. Sheldon,
Willis, and Mrs. Mel Weiss.
A series of membership teas i
are planned by Mrs Irwin Geller,
senior vice president of the group.
Also to be discussed at coming
meetings are arrangements for
the group to attend the Depart-
ment of Florida convention at
Tampa at the beginning of June.
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Page 5-B
Outstanding Citizens Awards List Names
Of Dade Countians Vying for Honors
"Pure as the Driven Snow," by Paul Loomis,
will be presented at Temple Beth Sholom Aud-
itor.um on Saturday evening. In the basket,
and why Mrs. Bennett Lee is there, will be
revealing during the proce?dings Saturday.
Left to right are Charlotie Voqel, Esther Com-
manday, Harvey Kramer, Shirley Friedman,
Lthel Wolk, Leon Unger, who directed the
play, and Judy Gerard. Program following will
be conducted by Sam Rudt and Sam Slavin.
Chairman is James Knopke. Evening is under
the auspices of the Sisterhood, with Mrs. Leo
Levin, president. Proceeds are for the Relig-
ious School Subsidy Fund.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
receives an oil painting by Samuel Grodensky on the occa-
sion of hi3 recent birthday. Makinq the presentation in behalf
of the Sisterhood of Beth Sholom *s Mrs. David Drucker, chair-
men of the Art Committee. (See story, Page 1-B.)
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Beach Hadassah
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Several groups of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah have
slated parties for Monday, preced-
ing annual installations in May.
Israeli Group will hold an eye
bank luncheon and card party at
the Promenade Hotel on Monday
noon, arranged by chairman, Mrs.
Blanche Quasha. President is
Mrs. Esther Meyer.
Emma Lazarus Group has sche-
duled a luncheon and book review
lor Monday at the Washington
Federal Auditorium, Normandy
lisle. 12:30 p.m. Mrs. San ford
Jacobson, former education vice
| president for Miami Beach Chap-
ter and Florida Region, will re-
view "The Chosen One,'" by Har-
i ry Simonhoff.
Proceeds go to the vocational
education program in the Seligs-
berg School in Israel. In charge
of reservations is Miss Gertrude
Wilensky. Mrs. Norman Meyers
is president.
Morton Towers Group will hold
a card party at the Morton Tow-
ers Card Rooms North and South
on Monday at 1 p.m. There will
be prizes. President is Mrs. Sam-
uel S. Goldberg.
*
Deborah Group luncheon and
card party on Tuesday noon will
be held at the home of Mrs. Mor-
ris Lansburgh. 4887 Pinetree Dr.
Proceeds are marked for the eye
bank project. Reservations chair-
man is Mrs. Ay Ivan Lazarus.
Jmport*i from Thoune, Switzerland, by tha Garbar Cheeaa Co., Inc., N.Y.
Officers to Be
Installed Friday
New officers of Tifereth Israel
-i tcrhood will be installed by
Rabbi Henry B. Wernick on Fri-
day evening following services.
Slate, headed by Mrs. Ruby
| Kutun. president, includes Mrs. I. '
Schlissei, Mrs. Al Kurzban. Mrs.
lien Weinstock, vice presidents; j
Mrs. Al First, treasurer: Vrs
I Mary Seligman. Mrs. Lily LasKr.
Mrs Faith Atlas and Mrs. Lila
',-tor, secretaries.
Mrs. Kutun will conduct the;
regular Sisterhood meeting to be!
' held in the Social Hall on Mon-;
clay.
Nominations lor Dade County's
OuUtapding Citizens have closed
with leading men and women nomi-
ated by the civic an.1 service or-
ganizations of Dade County.
The awards will be presented on
May 4 at a luncheon at the Dupont
."laza, it was announced by San-
ford M. Swerdlin. chairman of the
Vwards Committee and permanent
secretary to the Alumni Associa
:ion, which will be joined by two
nore outstanding citizens at the
uncheon.
Former Florida Gov. Leroy
Collins and new president of the
National Association of Broad-
casters, will be principal speak-
er. .
Under the leadership of Sholem
ndge. B'nai Biilh. over 300 or-
.ani'zation's in Dade County have'
'.ctively participate;! in the nomi
lating of the candidates, who rep-
resent a cross-section of civic sit-
i ice in Dade County.
Two awards are given annually
o the man and woman who have
lerformed the most outstanding
ingle function for the good and
velfare of the entire Dade County
ommunity during the preceding
year.
Elected or appointed officials
who receive compensation for the
work done are not eligible for
nomination.
Patron, as has been the cus-
tom since the inception of the
award, is the Dade Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association, Jos-
eph M. Lipton, president.
Permanent judges are George
Beebe. managing editor, Miami
Herald; Ralph Renick, vice presi-
dent, WTVJ; and Fred K. Shochet,
publisher and editor, The Jew-
ish Floridian.
Nominations have been receiv-
ed for the following named per-
sons, all of whom will be honored
guests along with the past recip-
ients at the luncheon .to be ad-
dressed by Gov. Collins:
MRS. WILLIAM O. MEHRTENS,
for her work wuh I nited Kuml ami
Cuban Relief.
MRS. FAYE NEWALK. for work
with Variety Children's Hospital ami
Helping Hand* Club, on assistance
t.i tin- needy.
MRS. DOROTHY MERTENS. f..r
ork with Hi.- i>hysically-handicai>-
ped and the sustaining ..f Craft Col-
ony, l!i
MRS AARON FARR. fur Inter-
faith cooperation ami understanding;
ami the O.....I Neighbor Division of,
I'nlted Fund.
MRS. JAMES A. PAIT. for estab-
lishment "f the program called "Wld-
ii Horizons" directed towards the
raising of Hi. scholastic level in Dade
Coun(> Schools.
mrs. edward BiNAi, for her
pffoi h iii establishing the friends
I'omniltte which provides assist-I
ance In p..t. ntial suli i.i. -
MRS. FLORENCE FOX, for her
work :ili ill.- State Coinmittei on
the ICnipli I. in ..f i n.- I'h -
I landlcapped
SERVED
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A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1837
MRS. CHARLES FINKELSTEIN.
i.ir iii.- school ayatem analyi
suiting in iii.- upgrading of school
^\-t ndards.
MRS. ELIZABETH GOWEN. fat-
her ivorji ,..i American Hei-ltagi l-: . alii.n.
MRS. WILLIAM CLAUGHTON. M
work with iii.- i:. niiii'ii ati..n i'r..-
gram for the City ..f Miami
BISHOP COLEMAN F. CARROLL.
for his leadership ami direction above
ami beyond the call of hi- regular
position in i mlnatlng rai lal al
an i minimizing racial tensions in
Dade County.
CHARLES A. KIMBRELL. fol
leadership in the adoption of thi plan
mpi \..i m. ;i.......i gel.....n "i
-- for him.......ntation of cdh-
' iiiii.-.i legs i du< .al..n. particular -
nil i. ap< i i- i<.- i; ieon i > i is.'.n.
ass irlng a;! persons a right to coun -
el i.....i.- ih. .
WILLIAM C. THOMPSON. .... r..
"- nisi I i. ih ..f local, state ami
al mpl,> m. ir of phj nicailj
nandlriippi .1 acth itios.
MAX FRIEDSON. fOl .--l.. I.!i ii iio-n I
the Sen.....v Ixens Si n I'm-
i. r
bing KOSSOFF, for civic leader-
ship identified with the establlsh-
iii. nt of .,i,.i ipii
npporl unities.
MICHAEL SHORES, for his ser-
vices to the health ..f Dade Count)
as chairman of the Metropolitan Dade
Counts Hoi p ..ii a rl\ Isory Board and
the Florence Crittenton Home of
I Mil.- I '.Mini \
LEO STEINMAN, for ..ik With
i li underprivileged, particularly
young i.....pie, evidenced bv a $25,000
swimmfng i.....I at Kendall and the
title ..r "Big Brother uf the Court '
at Yonili Mill, coupled with Ins a.-
captain.....r responsibility for in fos-
t.-i wins,
GEORGE B. SLICK, for imiuin-
lt> service t.. North Miami Beach
and ih.* economy.
adiah A. church, for services
on the Council ..r the Retarded Chil-
dren Society ..i Dade County, and thv
establlshnienl of a da} nursery for
retarded children.
MAURICE "DOC" KLEIN, for eon-
tin, d maintenance ..f the Miami
lieach 8er\-ic< Center which cele-
brute* iis 12th anniversary under his
guidance,
EDWARD W. BRAMSON. for the.
establishment of the liar. Blood Club.
which fills the i......is ..f personi re-
quiring the unusual or unique blood
type in order to maintain their hve>
RAYMOND W. BUTLER. JR., for
tha revltaltsatlon of the Metropolitan
Transit AuthoritJ and the consoli-
dation of many of the community
serviees.
james A. RYDER, for reorganisa-
tion of l.-a.l. i slap in the Dade Coun-
ty Citizens Safety Council, Which
leadership resulted in the establish-
ment of the Council and its ability
t>< continue to be active.
GEN. E. ARTHUR EVANS. I..r the
ae.-oiiipli.slim.-nt of a "first" In I ...!.-
County, the attaining <.f 101.2 per-
. in ..f id. i'nlted Fund goal, which
goal was $3,000,000, and which real-
ised, under his leadership, $3,Ofev-
$85,
Reservations for the luncheon cajgj
be mad.- In lulling the office .of
SI,..I. hi Lodge, L-angford Building.
Yes, (here's Yom Tov spirit in
(his fine tea..."flavor crushed"
for fullest strength and stimu-
lation ... richer taste and pleas-
ure with your fleishigs and
milcfugs and between meal
refreshment..,
Like CHEESE KREPLACH
with
Grandissimo
Ta'am!
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee knows
what he's talking about. His
Cheese Ravioli has the
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v.\ it in Italian or Jewish or a
mixture of both. Have some
for lunch or supper today.
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If you like cheese krcplach,
you'll love these tender little
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tangy Italian Cheese...sim-
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created by famed Chef Boy-
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\ ate life, Mrs. Alan Rcskin. will
be her 10-yeni-old son. David...
While at home, teen-age son
lharles, who plays five Instru-
ments and has won prizes in
competition, will spend the sum-
mer making preparations to en-
ter .Inilliard School of Music in
September And Joan's moth*
er, Mrs. Catherine Field, of Nor
mandie Isle, after seeing her
dau&'hter and grandson off, will
start her yearly jaunt to visit
her other children ... A daugh
ler in Washington. D.C., a son
who is a colonel in the Army sta-
tioned in Virginia, and another
daughter in San Francisco
where there will be the added
excitement of a grandson's wed-
ding.
Another in a round of happy
larties for bride elect Beverly
Rovenger to be given by her fu-
me groom's mother and sister
Mrs. Rose Du.-hkin and
Mrs, Milton Weinstein tendering
, bridal luncheon on Sunda) at
the Algiers Guests feting
-he future Mrs. Irwin Dushkln
nclude her grandmothers. Mrs.
Helen Belaeaier and Mrs. Bess
PTA Council Will
View Objectives
Representatives ol Sisterhoods
ii -li schools v. Ml meet <>n Thurs-
day, Apr. 30. 10 a.m., at Temple
Menorah, according to an an-
nouncement by Joseph Cohen,
president of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education.
The meeting has been called by
the Council of PTA's of the Bu-
reau to bring together represen-
tatives of the two congregational
groups in order to clarify the ob- (
uetives and functions of each,
and to gain better liaison between
them
They will also discuss the recent
trend of incorporating parent
groups within Sisterhoods and to
suggest methods of retaining in
lus set-up the important function-
; the PTA.
The meeting will be chaired by
Mrs Norman L. Harrow, president
I the Council of PTA's,
Rodney Motel \
and
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SENDS GREETINGS TO
ALL HIS FRIENDS
on the Observance of the
16th ANNIERSARY
of the
STATE OF ISRAEL
16th Anniversary Greetings
to the State of Israel from
AUTOMATIC
GAS
13090 N.W. 7th AVE.
MU 1-4638
Rovenger Also Miss Marion
Rovenger, Mrs. Edith Nlelse,
Mrs, Charles Beckwitl. Mrs,
Sylvia Kkinack. Mrs. Sam Gott-
lieb, Mrs. Sue Nagcl, Miss Kit
ty Falk, Mrs. Sam Eiseman,
tars. s> Kaplan and Mrs. Mary
Weinkle .
Spending the week in Jamaica
are Nikki and Jack Press Jr.,
\\ ho !<. to ihe iiup.cai isia..,,
with friends Carole and Stuart
Rubin They'll all-be home
by Sunday.
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On the cultural front in Miami
Beach. Ruby Fogel (Mrs. Jack
Levkoff) will be featured as
Poet of the Month in the May
issue of the Coconut Grove's
arty magazine, "The Village
Post" She'll be represented
by a poem which originally ap-
peared in the Summer issue of
the Southwest Review, a lit'rary
journal Well-known local
artist Reyna Youngerman has
some of her work included in
the fourth annual Fine Arts Ex-
hibition at the Miami Museum
of Science and Natural History
. And her daughter, sculptor
Judy Gindy, i:. showing some of
her works at Richard's Art Gal-
lery on the Lincoln Mall .
From the Eternal City, the
itinerant Hellers, Diane and Dan.
who is National Commander of
Jewish War Veterans, a post
card in which he reports an
audience with the Pope in which
matters pertaining to the Ecu-
menical Council doubtless were
discussed.
Temple Menorah Will Install Revitz
To Fifth Term as President Sunday
Temple Menorah's annual celebration banquet will feature an
award evening, as well as installation ceremonies. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz will instil Maurice Revitz for a iifth term
as president. Mrs. Elsie Belsky will be honored "for her dis-
tinguished service to Temple as Sisterhood president," while
Jack I. Korenblit will receive a tribute as chairman of the Tem-
ple's journal. Not shown are Mrs. Hyman Rergad and Mrs.
Elsie Wolf, who have acted as chairmen cf the Women's
Division.
Temple Menorah will install its
newly elected officers, directors
.ind advisors at the Temple's cele-
bration banquet at the Dcauvllle
Hotel on Sunday night. Rabbi
Mayer Abrawoitz, spiritual lead-
er, will act a installing officer.
Ma'T'e* Rw'tf. president-elect.
will be installed in an unprece-'
,iciiteu 11... hi in a- lempie pies
ident.
Sol Frankel w ill be installed as i
vice president; Max Krauss. hon-
orary president; honorary vice
presidents. Irving Billig. Morris |
Black. Sam Fuchs. Joseph Mans- ;
bach. L-onTd Rosen, and Abra-
ham Selecoff.
Treasurer. Louis DeCoveny:
secretary. Jack Hurstein; finan-
cial secretary. Louis Reinstein; :
assistant financial secretary. Jos-1
cph Denmark: and past president,
A. Louis Meehlowitz.
New members of the Board of
Directors are Michael Bronstein.
liimen Fenster. Jaime Golden-
berg, Morns Hock. David Klei-j
man. Dr. Sigmund Klein. Jack I. '
Korenblit. Uberto Orvieto, Harry
Ri >nfi II. Sam Scbiffman, Al
Sherman. Milton Singer and Maur-
ice Weil. Holdovers are David
Alpcr, Morris Berger, Nathaniel
Glickman. s a m u e I Graubart,
Fmanuel Labowitz, Jerry Lelchuk,
Samuel Malow, Jacob Matz.
Charles Sommer, Saul Strachman,
and Jerrj Sussman.
Bo rd "i Advisors v hich re ;u
larly meets with the board ol the
remple are Mrs. Elsie Belsky and
Hyman Bergad, Abraham Block.
Isadcr? P.lofstein. Sol Bragar. Wil-
liam Carmel, tsadore Drell. Mai-
vin Englander, Sam Goldstein, Dr.
Eli Galitz. Isaac Hirsch. Sam Jaf-
tee, Dr. Stanley Jonas. Murray
Kern. Harry J\ Kniuht. Joseph
[Cornfield, David Miller, Marcus
Paul'-on, David Postal. Abraham
Rabinowitz, Julius Resnick, Nor-
man Shipiro, X David Snyder-
man. Herman Solomon, Alan C.
straton. Morris Tessler ami l)
Wilbuh Wishner.
To receive "Distinction of Mer-
it'' citations will be .lack i. Kor-
enblit, who served as Men s Di-
vision chairman ol the Temple
journal, and Mrs. Hyman Bergad
arid Mrs. Essie Woll. who repre-
sented Sisterhood's participation
In a Temple fund-raising project.
Mrs. Elsie Belsky will be honor-
ed "for her devoted service as
Sisterhood president for a record
tourth term. '
Nathaniel Glickman. who serv-
ed as chairman of the board and
School Board lor four terms, will
be honored for "meritorious ser-
vice." as well as Jack Burstein,
who has been secretary of the con-
gregation and served on ever)
major committee.
Irving Billig will receive spe -
ial recognition "for his valuable
service to the Temple in his artis-
tic creations lor the Temple Bul-
letin."
Mrs. Lawrence Weston will serve
as chairman ol the banquet E
tcitainmeiit will be by the I lan
ol Rickey Lane and Velvel
toi Edward Klein will sin;; musi-
cal portions ol the program
Ner Tomid Ladies
In Donor Affair
Ner Tamid Sisterhood dum
luncheon will be held on Wedne*
da) noun at the Coconut Grove
Playhouse.
M Carlton Blake, vice1 presi-
dent in charge ol donor, will make
the presentations and award- to
the patron donors.
Program for the afternoon will
include the show. "Milk and Hon-
ey." currently at the Playhouse
Assisting Mrs. Blake are Ales-
dames Loujs Cohen. Donald Prich-
ason and Eugene Schwarz.
Mrs. Henrietta Fine is presi-
dent,
Beth David Ladies
In Donor Luncheon
On Apr. 30th
How Beautiful Our Heritage
My Cup Runneth Over" will be
the theme of the annual donor
luncheon "I the Beth David Sis
iood "ii thursdaj noon. Apr.
i the Fontaine Room ol the
Fontainebjeau Hotel.
Members who have earned or
paid the equivalent of "chai' will
be honored
Rabbi Norman N Shapiro, spiri-
tual leader at Beth David, will be
uest speaker
Chairmen of the day are Mrs.
Walter Falk and Mrs Morns
Rabinow itz.
GREETINGS FROM
M. B. CIRLIN, AA.D.
4875 N.W. 7th AVE.
Ph. 754-8811
Women's League Meeting
Newly-organized South Flori !a
Chapter of the Women- League
lor Israel was to h Id a meeti -
I lor Miami Beach members on
Thursday, i p.m., in th auditor-
ium of Washington Federal, 1234
Washington Ave.
Book Review
Series Begin
Prances Abrams will launch the
first Of a series of book review
nights at the Belle Plaza with "The
Day They Shook the I'lum Tree.'
| the life story of Hetty Green, on
[ Sunday evening at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Abrams and her husband.
Fred, have been residents of
Miami Beach for 30 years, and
have vivid personal recollections
of Hetty Green, the Miami Beach
eccentric billionaire who came to
be known as the wizard of Wall
Street.
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Frtday. April 24 1364.
NAOMI
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Naomi Fink rail} didn't realize that she was a girl
when she lived in New Jersey where she was born She
had two older brothers, who considered her one of the
gang, so she was included in all of their activities. From
the time she learned to write, she always had a pencil in
her hand. She studied piano at the Juilhard School of
Music. At age eight, Naomi gave a piano recital, and
was the only piano major who
could sing. When she was twelve,
the family moved to Beverly Hills.
Calif., where she continued writ-
ing children's stories and acting
in plays in high school.
But her whole life now cen-
tered around swimming and wat-
er ballet. She was on the swim-
ming team for three years until
.-he suddenly decided she wanted
to look like a girlsans red-chlo-
rincd eyes and stringy wet hair
all of the time. The swimming
had to go. Now it was time for
college. Off went Naomi to Col-
orado University at Boulder Dam.
During the summer months, sjie
modeled. Then along came Dick Fink, driving out to
the coast with his mother. Dorothy Krieger Fink, and that
grand old lady who will never be forgotten in this town.
Mrs. Moses Klicger
Naomi and Dick met on Friday. Five days later, they
eloped to Nevada and were married. They moved to
Miami and started to raise a family. Richard is 10. Julie
is 7. and Jonathan is two and a half. Naomi confesses
she didn't know the first thing about housekeeping One
day her mother came to visit, locked the door, and in one
day Naomi learned how to clean up.
She picked up the cooking bit by herself and is proud
that so far there haven't been any complaints Then she
treat to the university here for a degree in Eng-
lish and educatijn. It took seven years to complete
two years of work because of time off for babies. Today,
her life is a lull one. She's writing a book of short stones
about children, -he's sold three television scripts to
'Lca\e it to Beaver. and from time to time does a little
substitute teaching. She designs her own clothes, an oc-
cupation she launched when she couldn't find exactly what
;he wanted.
Naomi and Dick spend a lot of time with the children
They like to go out lor a quiet leisurely dinner with one
or two other couples and spend the evening in conversa-
tion, which runs the gamut from show business all the
way up and down the line. Naomi also sells art vork
for several art galleries, and is interested in each new
exhibit as it comes along. She is active in the Theater
Art League but works mostly on the Board of the Young
Patrons of the Opera, with a spot job now and then for
other organization; Naomi says it is time to prepare
for her old age. And. since her mother is an attorney.
Naomi has decided that she will go to law school and
become a lawyerthe next -must" on the agenda
Discussion Group
Honors Leyton
Great Books Discussion Group
"t Surfside Community Center has
honored Arthur Leyton. leader of
tr.e group, "for his zealous earn-
estness and warmth in holding
the stimulating interest of its
growing membership."'
In addition to a gold certificate.
Leyton was presented with a poem
written for the occasion by Mr?
Paula Nelson Rosenberg.
Hyman Cieon. a retired engi-
r made an illuminated plaque
poem as a further tribute
to Leyton. The function was held
at the home of Mrs Eve Sapol-
Miss Rita Grossman Plans May 24
Wedding With Atty. Leonard Lefkort
The engagement of Miss Rita
Esther Grossman to Leonard J.
Lefkort. both of New York City,
has been announced by her moth-
i. Mrs. Ethel Grossman, of
Miami A May 24 wedding in New
York is planned.
Miss Grossman, daughter also
of the late Maurice Grossman, of
Miami, is executive secretary of
the National Committee of the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee.
She was formonj assistant to
r of information of the
Israel Delegation to the I'nited
Nations, and served lor several
years as news editor oi The J
Floridian.
\ cum laude graduate of the
University of Miami, where she
a- editor of the Hurricane. Mi.-s
Grossman received a Master of
Science degree from the Medill
Schorl of Journalism. Northwest-
ern University. Evanston. III. She
is the author of two children's
books, "The Adventures of Salty
Sam the Wooden Sailor."' and
Fish I Have Met and El
Mr. Lekforl is the son of the
te Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Li k
inrt. He .'a- .raciuated cum laude
from the College of the City of
Ni-.\ York and received his LLB
egret from Harvard Law School.
During World War II. he served
with the Army Counter-intelli-
gence Corps. He is associated
with the law firm of Gilbert and
Gilbert in New York City
Wen
MIS. DAVID MOCD
Moed, Prosan Exchange Vows
MKS. )OC KOPLON
The marriage of Barbara Jean
Prosan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Milton Prosan. 2121 No. Baysbore
Dr., and David I. Moed. n
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Moed. Gaines-
ville, took place on Saturdav. Apr
18
Held at the Dupont Plaza Hotel,
where a reception followed, the
late evenins ceremony was per-
formed b> Rabbi Morris A Skop
For the nuptials, the bride wore
n elegante peau ce soie candle
!:;ht gown featuring a controlled
Koplon, Brawer Rites in Alabama
Rabbi Swirsky to Talk
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Is-
raelite Center will hold a regular
meeting on Tuesday night in the
Social Hall. Rabbi S. T. Swirsky
will speak on his recent trip to
Israel, illustrating his talk with
slides
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
CO/.TffiCTi'JG niPAinihG
Serving Oiat Covftfy 0*r 25 Yejn
1811 S.W. 14* ST. HI 6-9904
Beth David
Youth in Plans
Beth David Y og Adults will
launch the 'ummer season with a
>pla-h party and weiner roa-t at
the Lombards Hotel on Saturday
" May 2
B 20 to S3
participate in the
I include
ming and dan,.
Sandra Merl Brawer and Joe
Xvrum Koplon were married at the
Fairmont Club in Birmingham.
Ala., or. Mar. 22. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Josepti
Brawer 1830 SW 24th Ter Miami
Her husband's parents are Mr and
Mrs Sam Kocion. Birmingham.
Maid of honor was Judith Kay
Hyman. of Cincinnati. O Ethel
Anne Goldstein, of Jackson. Miss
was bridesmaid. Susan and Cind)
Koplon. nieces of the bridegroom.
' vere flower girls. Their bn
Scott, served ~- ring bearer
The senior Mr. Koplon was his

Rabbi Blech's
Engagement Told
Announcement is made of the
mgagement ul Rabbi Abral
. Blech and Mis- Prances Hunk
New York City
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Beth Jacob School in New York,
has attended the Teacher s Insti-
tute of Yesbiva University and is
presently a student at Brooklvn
College.
Rabbi Blech received his Snvcha
, from Rabbi Moshe Feinstein of the
Mtsivta Tefereth Jerusalem in
New York. He was a straight A
student at Brooklyn College and
is continuing his studies at the Uni-
versity of Miami He is education
director of Young Israel of Greater
Miami
No date for the wedding has
been set
son's best man. and ushers in-
cluded David koplon. cf Birming-
ham, and David Green oi New Ur
leans, brother and cousin 11 r.he
jroom. and Mark Brawi r Mi-
- brother
sirs K.ploi. a senior
: -ity of a:
S -ma Delta Tau
s been elected to
*"' v-'" Vinong American I'm-
ersil and College -
Mr.
Phi Epsilon Pi. U
me Sclt Commerc
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Due in Readings
Mrs Harrj M Schwartz, presi-
dent, will conduct the last |<
tral meeting of the season Of
Hatikva Chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en on Tuesdaj n.irn at the Ritz
Plaza Hotd
Leah Notkin will presxnt
Of her works dedicated
to the state of Israel.
"The Promised Land a dra-
matic historical outline of Israel
and the Jewish pecple
presented b> memo* rs
-kirt with beaded alenc
Irtxlicc and ebow sleeve- and a
tachable train bordered wit!
ed alencoa lace. The n itel
.-lencon lace headpiece
a triple layer of Pfer
don, and the bridal bouq (I
made up of white orch.:
trailing i\ >
Attendants included Car :
odman, maid of honor Shan
- slaw, Hazel Co he
-h rley Cohen. briJesmaici- V
Serko'Mtz served as be- man.
and Marvin Have. Richard Pro-
Richard E.-bitt.
uro'sman and Robert M lask)
i-herid
1h.' new Mr-. Mood is i grad-
ate of Coral Gables sen:
here she served as presiier.; ol
n BBC. and <-ended Dace
or College and L'niver it)
A erad;:.Tte of 1i;ne>-
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of Ke>. the i>r: legman i i
indent at the L'niven tj
rids and plans to er -
ni vers.it y's Law School in I
i m their rel irn from a
in trip to New York C
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t u e Game-'.
Kanters Reveal
Karen's Betrothal
Mi and Mrs Bernard
SW th St annoni
agement of their da
Karen Franco, to Dr. >
likov, son of ftfn Fa: *
\ Flushing, L.I and "
Harry E Cho.'ikov.
The future bride, who f<
taught in Dade County.
teaching in Massapequa. L
attended the University oi
da and araduated from the I '
versit) of Miami.
The prospective bridegr
led New York Untversi and
graduated from Columbia Diver-
-t\ and Boston College of
ling i- planned for Jul
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FRENCH and Jade Rooms of
the Fontainebleau Hotel
were Hie sotting ior the "April
Shower of Fashion" presented by
the Beacon Unit of the Woman's
Corps ol Papanicolaou Cancer
Research Institute of Miami.
Chairman of the day was Mrs.
Allan Black, who greeted guests
wearing ,a hand-made ribbon
knit which she finished just in'
lime lor the -how. It was in
kcharcoal and white ilk and in
the classic sheath style with a
scooped neck and short sleeves.
President of the group. Mrs.
Herman Tannenbaum, was in an
iced i>i:ik moygashel linen sheath
with a silk chiffon scarf in re.is
: and pinks encircling her round-
| cd neckline. Mrs. Morty Spain's
|pink silk knit was in an irides-
cent fabric with a high jeweled
|neckline and long sleeves. A
lite silk ensemble from Hong
Kong was worn by Mrs. Ray-
Imond Korngold. Her silk sheath
Iliad a matching sweater with ap-
kl'qued red satin bows. Emcr
laid jreen was the color choice
lot Mrs. David Rose. In silk, her
|>heath tunic was the seven-
iT-hths-length over self-fabric,
Iwith a deep "V" neckline ending
in a .-clf-covcred oversized but-
ton.
Gold, moss green an.l orange
blended into tP.e watcrcolor print
shift which Mrs. Oscar Hammer
chose lor the dessert-style show.
Her cotton featured the softly-
tailored look. Mrs. Sidney Har-
man's ensemble featured a
shocking pink jacket over a black
silk sheath skirt. Her jacket
was fitted and hip-length, and
was trimmed with large jet but-
tons. An abstract print in
magenta and purple was select-
ed by Mrs. Anthony Carillo, the
sleeveless shift featuring a cowl-
ed neckline. Foliage green and f
white combined in the ensemble
worn by Mrs. Morris Al.eniKiii
A solid green, sleeveless, tunic-
length coat covered her green
and white-striped moygashel lin-
en sheath.
a o o
lulRS. Steve Hothman wore a
" navy blue dotted-swiss skirt,
topped with an emerald green
pique overblouse. The navy
blue dotted swiss was repeated
in the bow-tied scarf at the neck-
line. A striking white raw silk
ensemble was the choice of Mrs
Norman Elbrand. Her full-length
coat had the semi-belted back
at a dropped waistline. The,
empire waistline was secn-W'
her sheath, with the bodice of
her dress in softly-draped mauve
silk. Yellow whipped cream
chilfon was worn by Mrs. Rob-
ert E. DcLand. Her sleeveless
sheath had the popular cowled
neckline. A white jersey sheath
skirt with a brilliantly-printed
silk chilfon blouse in ombred
tones of blue and green was the
choice of Mrs. Dullard McGann.
Her blouse had a double row of
ruffles around the scooped neck-
line and bracelet-length sleeves.
Mrs. Martin Hochman bought
her Israel knit while visiting
there. It was striking in white
with navy scroll trim on the
banding of her jacket, on the
three-quarter-length sleeves, and
again on the banding of her
skirt. Navy iridescent caviar
beads formed loop fringes which
were scattered over the scroll
embroidery. An unusual black
and white checked peau dc soic
was worn by Mrs. Nat ShultC.
Beginning low over the hip were
narrow cartridge pleats, with
pleating alo on the hem of her
overblouse. A white peter pan
collar wita> alencon lace was the
neckline trim. Mrs. Mary Step- <
kins'floral printed jersey was
in coral, -eecon and rharcMi.
/RANBBtRY (oliucd moygash
** el line* was worn by Mrs.
Isadorc Schwartz. Her sheatn
had self-covered buttons down
the front of the tailored shirt-
waist sheath. Mrs. Bertha Brick-
man's black iridescent ribbon
knit was han:'-made, featuring a
scooped neckline which was
banded in black satin, with the
satin banding also around the
short sleeves. Mrs. Lawrence
Roihman's Dior blue silk sheath
was covered with a white silk
organza jacket banded in the
blue sijk. Her double-breasted
jacket ended just below the
waist and skimmed the waist in
the popular casual fit.
The show featured sportswear
by Bernardo, couturier originals
by Soli Moustaki, Cissy Originals
by Younaland, boys wear by,
Young Exec's, coiffures by J.
BaL'i, and furs from the Adrian
Thai collection. The entire pro-
duction was coordinated and
commented by your columnist.
Cantor's Wife
To be Honored
Ifrs. Louis Cohen, wife of -Is-
raelite Center's cantor, will be
honored at a luncheon sponsored
by the Center's Dora Stein Sister-
hood on Wednesday noon in the
Social Hall.
A member of the choir for many
years, Mrs. Cohen has presented
many solo recitals of Jewish songs
at the Center.
Chairman of the tribute lunch-
con is Mrs. Philip Richcam. with
Mrs. Sam Mitchell in charge of
tickets.
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Univ. Women Hear Prof. Shaw
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Irs. Samuel Simonhoff (center), newly-elected president of
Ithe Greater Miami Women's Division of the American Friends
lot the Hebrew University, discussed the most recent advances
lot the Library of the University with Woman of the Book Vice
president Miss Lillian Goodman (left) and Board Member Mrs.
IH. Franklin Williams at a spring cultural gathering this week
[in the home of Mrs. Irving E. Miller
fomen to Take Office Friday -
Late Friday evening services at Mrs. Max Feinstein, outgoing
temple Zion will include installa- president, will present the gavel
isterhood officers by Rab- lo new president, Mrs. henry
Shapiro. Other olticcrs to be in
stalled are:
Mrs. Sydney Goldbaum, Mrs.
Ben Block, .Mrs. lly totash, Mrs.
Samuel Greenfield, Mrs. Joseph
Kobbias, vice presidents; Mrs.
Harry Siegel, financial secretary;
.Mr-. Seymour Samuels, treasurer;
Aiis. Herman GreenueM, corre-
iponding secretary; Mrs. Howard
Preuss, corresponding secretary;
Mid Mrs. .lack Pales, public rela
Mi us director.
Alfred Waxman.
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"The Jewish National and Uni-
versity Library on the campus of
the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem houses approximately 1.-
. 1)00.000 v o 1 u m e s and compares
favorably with the most modern
American libraries," according
I to Prof. Fred Shaw, head of the
Guided Studies Program of the
j University of Miami, who address-
j ed some 100 women at a meeting
, of the Greater Miami Women's
| Division of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University this
week in the home ol Mrs. Irving
E. Miller.
According to Shaw, who recent-
ly returned from a trip to Israel,
"A manuscript collection is most
unusual in a new library, yet the
University Library has 6,000 ori-
ginal manuscripts, and it houses
extensive musical manuscripts
and other materials, unique col-
lections of autographs and incuna-,
hula constituting one of the larg-
est collections of its kind in any |
public library."
The cultural program was pre-!
ceded by a brief meeting, includ-
ing the election of officers who
will be installed at a festive lunch-
eon in early fall. Mrs. Samuel
Simonhoff, under whose leadership
the Greater Miami Women's Di-1
vision was created, was unani-'
mously elected as president. Other
officers are Mrs. Jennie Gros-;
singer, honorary president; Mrs.
Charles Charcowsky, Miss Lillian I
Goodman and Mrs. Harry Platoff,
vice presidents; Mrs. Anna Bren-
ner Meyers, Mrs. Jack S. Popick
and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, presi-j
dent's cabinet; Mrs. Sigmund
Fogler, recording secretary; Mrs. !
Gerald Schwartz, social secretary;
and Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger. !
parliamentarian.
Board members and committee
chairmen of the Greater Miami
Women's Division include Mes-
dames Mayer Abramowitz, A. Ed-
ward Cohen, Esther Cohen, David
Drucker, Joseph Duntov, Fiances
Entine. Myrtle Epstein, Joseph
M. Epstein, Betty Feucr, Joan
Field. Emil Friedlander, Abram
Fox. Henry Gilbert, Rhea Glad
win. Louis Glasser. Fannie Go]
berg, Trudy Hamerschlag, jtfyer
Harris, Jack Katzman. Inez Kren-
sky, Leon Kronish. Kale Meidcn-
berg. Irving E. Miller. Kenneth
oka, David I'onvc. Miriam Press,
Joseph Rambam. Matilda Ratner.
Maurice Revitz, Marian Bobbins,
Leonard Rosen. Oida C. Rubin.
Louis B. Rudnik. David Shapiro.
Nathan Spiegelman. Betty Stein-
berg, Philip F. Thau, Nathan Tin-
ncr, Abraham I. Uslander, Lavinia
Waldbaum, Carl Weinkle. Max
Weitz. H. Franklin Williams, and
Maurice Zimmerman.

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Miami Students
Named to Frat
Two Miami area students have
been selected for membership into
Phi Theta Kappa, national college
honorary scholastic fraternity, at
Stephens College in Columbia, Mo,
The students, both juniors al the
independent residential college
for women, are .Miss Deborah Si-
mone Thiirman. daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Harold Thiirman, 3S01
Riviera Dr.; and Miss Kay Ann
Cadman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George E. Cadman Jr., 8075 SW
144th St.
To be chosen for this organiza-
tion a student must rank in the
upper seven per cent of the stu-
dent body, carry at lcat 12 acad-
emic hours, and proved herself to
be a constructive and responsible
citizen.
fershkos to Perform
Sarah and Chayim Fershko will
give a spring concert on Satur-
day, 8 p.m.. at Hibiscus Auditor
ium. The international artists
will present a program of folk
songs, ballads and piano solos.
Mrs. David Stuzin is an Op-
erating Room nurse at Ce-
dars of Lebanon Hospital.
She is seen in the doorway
of the Stuzin Surgical Suite,
endowed by the Stuzins in
memory of their parents.
Ruth, a registered nurse, vol-
unteers many hours of serv-
ice in surgery, "just to be
helping."
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-Jewistncrklian
Friday. Apr.! 24
Miami Honors Blanks atBondFet?
With $1r532,000 in Purchases Recorded
Stt -DURING THf WIEk" FAGt 4 A
Greater Miami Jewrj paid sin-
cere and alfectionate tribute f
Mr. and Mrs Sam Blank, climax
,i a community-wide celebration
of the State ol larael's tith anni
u,rsMV i statehood, and purchas-
ed tl.S32.000 in Israel Bonds at
the Israel Independence dinner
Suodaj nighl in Miami Beach.
Dover presented the Blank* ith
the coveted State of Urae Me-
dallion of Honor in recogr .jon
of their lifetime cf service "t0
their community, their co--try,
the land of Israel and the pM'le
of Israel."
United State
Gruening. delivering '-.. pi
sales addre-s. lauded |... .
Principals in the Israel Independence Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank; U.S. Sei
marking the 16th anniversary of the State of Gruening, of Alaska. Mr_ ana
Israel, which honored Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank Cache; Mrs. Weinke; and Zeev Z^ Dover Con Rogen
in Miami Beach, included (left to right) Carl sul General of Israel who presented the Blanks r>| ^ z
Weinkle. chairman of the Comm.ttee of Hosts; with the State of Israel Medallion of Honor.
Lipton Again to Assume Presidency
Of Temple Emanu-EI Friday Evening
Special installation service will
be held at Temple Emanu-EI on
p m hon-
ofiicers. director- and
ho will serve foi
B5
Dr i Lehrman w ill i n
duct the servici
pj -The Syn------
Xevei Cantoi
'
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Nev.
ai El an J si ph VI
- lent; Samui I S Frw I
land. i the I
H. Frai Jos pli M
Rcsc H S kin, honorarj life
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rost (left\ Trustees of Israel, look on with ,,. Bernard 1 Bii
interest as Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad prepare to liqht Men- Charles Pruchtman, Leo Robin-
orah of Statehood a. Sunday nicht's Israel Independence Din- ;;'" h "" **" P*tS\*
_ r r. Boderman. Joseph Cohen. Ju ge
ner sponsored by the Greater Miami Committee for State [n.ina Cypen, Dr. Stanley Freh-
Samuel J Halperin. Emil
Morton. George T Tallanoff, vice
presidents
.Kick Garner, treasurer; Samuel
Liptor.. associate treasurer; A, J.
y. ilasky secretary; Dr. Sherman
K iate secretary; Jack
S Popick, financial secretary;
Marcus O. Sarokin, associati
n. ncial secretary.
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JOSEPH UPTON
of Israel Bonds. At right is Golden Trustee of Israel Jacob
Rifkin. Broad, mayor of Bay Harbor Islands, announced the
purchase by the Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach of
S1C0.OO0 in Israel Bonds at the dinner, attended by more than
600 communal leaders.
ties.
The former Alaska goi
who praised the Blank- for -.neir
leadership in aid to the State of
Israel." flew back to Washin|tn
to join in the histoi debi
i ivil rights. Sen. <;: u ning
leader of the Alaskan .' v
munity. f
More than 610 persons a-jnt
td the gala recept.on, dttM
and darce, with almost ever top
leader of the local Jewish im-
munity in aftendarce but banks
stole the spotlight with r;::rd
purchases, including the pre-
setting S25O.C00 by the Ba-. of
Miami Beach and S100.0Q] !)ch
by the Mercantile National
the City National Bank in: the
Irternaticnal Bank.
Chairman Rosi
Vlr and Mrs. Cai kl< mm
.,- chairmen
fee ol Hosts Gn I ti-l
t. nded 1 > Mrs. \i L:rnerl
Meyers, Women's j
man, and Jack S P pi( k ..uirj]
Board Govi
Dr Irvine Lehri
i! e Blanks with a s Bnok]
Honor which includt scrolls
en 1> the many oi.. zal ij
which the honored couple
i d key lead! rs
I-..'1, ire llccht off) *l
President of the
. nd Max OroviU
he Presidenl
State Chairman Ja ^"!
. : Miami Beach, v> 1
n with Samuel Fi and !a#l
the communitj ivi"-8 *j
per capita | has w j
; r Isn el Bond- I
I :
A scnlimei tal gestui I
i.rn of a Ma ''.
hrcj In impress1.: <'" '''
ied by Rabbi bton Kron
rnp'a Biih Shalom '"
An: n serve' as
Jacob Rifkin as pi -'
or,
SJ.Vjfl fRJEDtAMO
Bcvh Moshe
Donor Luncheon
..
e held
, su
presi lent,
- lor the \e.ir 1 Philip \l*< *^Et
.
nd Mr
: i 11 i
E Si i
Mac Geehe. H i
W i il is acting chair
r 'I1 be Mrs Wil
\i Schwartz, :. >
te n. A J M
Pox, Louis Sni li '
- in. preside] I I Flori- Ru<
Dade County s Metropolitan Court receives the American Bar
Association's top traffic control award for the fourth consec-
utive year. Participating in the award ceremonies are (left
to right County Manager Irvine G. McNayr Judge Sam I.
Silver, president-elect of the Dade County Bar Association.
who makes the award or. behalf of ABA Metro Court Senior
Judge J. CoTTington Grarnunq; and County Mayor Chuck Hail,
who accepts the award for the county and is shown present
mg it to Judge Gramhng as custodian.
I
1 Nor-
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Hunk
Branch National Women'- Rabbi Mayer W
Leagut Mrs Irving Linden, pro- Temple Menorah, gavi
gram chairman, will introduce i:0n. and Rabbi Max I
ns on Parade bj "Angelita," Temple Beth Torah offer
commentated by Mrs Esther Lie-, benediction,
ber. _____________
resses will be given by Rab- m a* CA#ifclfl/
in Simon April and Merle Mi.'i KODDI jWirany
aels, presidenl of Beth Moshe Con-
Kneur Kai K
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UF Hillel Has
Kosher Kitchen
m
the lecture series at the_I^raelije
center will be "The HisW*
the Yellow Badge" "" f"
8.15 p.m., in the Social Ha
A question and answer ~"J
xv ill follow. Cantor LOUrt ->
will lead a communal Zmir'
refreshments will he >ervi
Marshall
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B'nai B nth Hillel Foundation
at the University of Florida this
week announced the inauguration
of a ko>her kitchen.
The project was conceived dur-1 breakfast meeting uu
ing a visit to the foundation by I ** conducted by William -
Dr. Max Arzt. vice chancellor of'er. ^%
the Jewi-h Theological Seminary Proceeds from Israelite^'"J
of America. nnll;l, "
The Center Men'- Club nwdg
on Sunda/ *
Dr. lehrman to Speak
n- Tr,-,nn t^-' Rahbi simo"" Kobrmetz. rtiree- at the Sterling Hotel were
Lehrman will be tor of Hill,! Foundation, said that neled to the Center's H
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Aoril 24, 1964
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Brick Luncheon
On-- Wednesday
The annual Brick Luncheon of
the Hebrew 'Academj Women has
been planned for Wednesday noon
.11 the Dinii g Hall ol the Hebrew
Academy. Mrs. Jo eph Shapiro is
I,rkk chairman.
Proceeds of the affair will be
allocate to fulfill ih.' women's
pledge for the new Academy
kitchen.
"Binyan Bunks were distributed
to all members at the beginning
l the year, and all members who
have filled their banks are invited
to attend this Chai luncheon."
Mrs. Leonard Rosen, president,
stated.
Mrs. Julius Rogenstein is Bin-
yan Bank chairman.
^ed with advance reservations to the President's Ball are
members of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary
rn checking invitees to the Apr. 26 gala pvent. The on-
banquet will be a testimonial to President Harry L. Lewis
iiite Room of the Dorai B^ach Hotel. L?tt t-> r.-irh are
es Morris Lomaskin, Harry L. Lewis, Ted Lotterman
it. (See story, Poqj 1.
NAVAL RESERVE
IT. CMOK. GALBUT
:h of Hope
>s to Paskow
eh of Hope," symbolizing
lv of Hope's role as a pilot
fi center exploring new ave-
)f research, seeking new
i- and techniques and bold
tor new victories in the
kgainst catastrophic disease.
resented to Larry Paskow,
kther of the Miami Beach
^r of the City of Hope, by
Schaeffer.
Sunday, Mar. 8. the Miami
|Chapter of the City Of Hope
230 members at an annual
luncheon at the Doral Beach
Hi
Hibin is president.
Galbut Named
Commander of
Surface Division
M Hvman I'. Calbut has been named
Commanding Officer ol Naval Re-
serve Surface Division 6-45 located
in Miami.
It is the Becond Commanding
Officer*! post for Calbut. a Lieu-
tenant Commander in the Naval
Reserve.
Oalbut is a veteran of World
War II and has served in the re-
-erves since the end of the war.
His former job as Commander was
with the Harbor Defense Division
6-3. which was named "outstanding
division" in the Sixth Naval Dis-
trict during the three years Gal-
but guided the unit.
Following the motto, "second
to none/' Galbufs new assign-
i ment as Commander of the Sur-
. face Division will be directed to
, bolstering the outfit's ranking.
Surface Division 6-45 is one of
132 similar units in the Sixth Naval
I District which includes Tennessee,
North Carolina. South Carolina.
Georgia. Alabama, Mississippi and
Florida. There are five Surface
Divisions in this state.
Lt. Cmdr. Galbut has been a
resident of Dade County since the
1930s, and is serving his first term
! as a Beach Councilman. He is a
graduate of Miami Beach High
I School. Tulane University, and the
1 University oi Miami Law School.
I A practicing attorney. Galbut lives
I at 4630 Royal I'alm Ave.. with his
I wife. Bessie, and lour sons.
Intermarriage
Theme of Story
' By Special Report
NEW YORK The future of
Judaism in the United State- IS
-(riously threatened by t h e
"alarming" rate ol intermai r a .
Look Magazine reports this week.
In an article in its eurrent i<-
"The Vanishing Ann man
J. u ," the n as ne declares that
.\ sh identity in America is de-
clining as increasing numbers of
Jewish men and women
marrj and raise their children
ii tside the faith.
The magazine notes a study by
sociologist Erich Rosenthal. which
n nates that "about 70 per cent
of the children of mixed mar-
riages were not being raised as
Jews."
The same study also points out
that "exposure to a college educa-
tion" greatly increases the rate of
Jews' marrying non-Jews.
Pennies, nickels and dimes add up to make "Chai" as each
one contributes to Mrs. Julius Rosenstein's Binyan Bank Pro-
ject. Shown with Mrs. Rosenstein are the following Hebrew
Academy Women: Mesdames Frieda Koch, Nathan E. Spiegel-
man, Samuel Reinhard, Harry Kaplan, Sidney Rubinowitz
and Zvi Berger.
B'nai Zion Will
Hear Kogan
B'nai Zion, American Fraternal
Zionist Organization, is planning
a general Florida social get-to-
gether on Wednesday evening.
May 6, in the auditorium of Wash-
ington Federal Savings and Loan
I Association, 1234 Washington Ave.
Zev W. Kogan, chairman, Jew-
ish National Fund Executive
! Board, will speak on "Jewish Na-
tional Faith and Future."
A program of popular and He-
brew folk songs will be presented
' by Doris Raphel, soprano, and
; Henry Raphel, concertinist.
Samuel A. Reiser, of the B'nai
Zion National Executive Board,
will chair the meeting
Completing final arangements for the first annual bazaar ot
the Mesivta Senior High School are (left to right) Mrs. Louis
Pollack, Mrs. Harry Rosenberg and Mrs. S. Louis Schwartz.
The bazaar wil start Saturday evening, 9 p.m., at the Mesivta,
1021 Bidrritz Dr., and continue Sunday from 10 a.m. In addi-
tion to merchandise for sale, there will be an all-day picnic,
rides for the children, games for adults and prizes. Proceeds
wil go to the Scholarship Fund of the school.
Law Day At Temple Israel
5=8*68
Sid Smith talking with a customer at his store.
Coin Dealer
Enlarges Shop
Sidney "Sid" Smith, well-known
coin dealer for his visits to prac-
tically all of the large shows in
the country, as well as smaller
shows in the area, has recently re-
! modeled his coin store at 2512 Bis-
cayne Blvd.. Miami.
What is reported to be one of
the largest collections of coins in
i Florida is housed in the new shop.
"If it has to do with coin-col-
lecting, we have it in our shop,"
said Smith, "and if it is an item
we are out of, or do not have,
we will /jet it in quick order."
Smith has been in coin-collect
inu for some 16 years. Smith has
continued to travel and become a
prominent figure at conventions
throughout the country. At this
time he is averaging between 25
and 30 shows each year and said.
"Through my attendance at the
conventions. I manage to supply
coins for my customers' want lists,
and 1 also keep abreast of the mar-
ket and what is going on."
Smith enjoys membership in
many organizations, including life
membership in the American Nu-
mismatic Association, Canadian
Numismatic Association, and the
Florida United Numismatists. He
is a charter member of the latter,
and of the Great Eastern Numis-
matic Association and Retail Coin
Dealers Association.
Law Day, Friday, May 1, will
be observed at Temple Israel of!
Greater Miami with a special rit-
ual service written by Dr. Joseph
R. Narot for the Sabbath Eve.
An open invitation has been ex- i
tended to the bench and bar of
Dade County of all faiths to join |
with the more than 100 attorney
members of Temple Israel at the
service and at the reception which
will follow in Wolfson Auditor-
ium. The ritual will stress not
only the Hebraic but also the uni-'.
versal reverence lor law, an.i Rab-
bi Narot will preach to the oc-
eaaion.
The committee which has plan-1
ned the observance of the Law
Day at Temple Israel includes
Donald Barmack. Alvin Cassel,
Bart L. Cohen. Joseph I. Davis.
Herbert U Feibieman, (lus Feuer,
Mrs. James Paul Furlong, State
Attornej Richard Gerstein, Wil-
liam E, Gladstone, Larry .1 Hoff-
man, Michael isenberg, Aaron w.
Kanner, Richard Kanner, Samuel
J. Kanner. Richard A. I'allot,
Robert I. Shapiro, Judge Harold
B. Spaet and David U. Tumin.
Mrs. Reba Engler Daner, also
an attorney, will read the Sabbath
candle ritual. Services begin at
8:15 p.m.
Temple Youth
In Square Dance
On Saturday. Temple Sinai Youth
Group is presenting a square
dance and barbecue chicken din-
ner from 7 to 11 p.m.
There will be games, dancing
to a professional caller, and
prizes will be awarded for the
best costumes.
On Sunday. Rabbi Daniel M
Limy ha- been invited to give
the benediction at commencement
exercises for Miami Dade Junior
College.
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*Jen/si)notidiar
Friday, April 24.
Candidates Offer Their Qualifications
May elections. (For further listings, see other jecuons I
Ronald M. Eefting subject of mental health and child
resident for the past 18 years.
Supporters oi the 45-year-old
Army Air Corp-, veteran say "vote
lor a man to do a man's Job."
CARDINAL
SPELLMAN
HOSiUS
ABRAM
HtUTOH
tf.'NOW
Mrs. Gabrielle Nash
Fashion-designer Mrs. Gabrielle
Nash, who has filed for the Dade
A practicing attorney for ten welfare."
years, Konald M. Eefting. seeking]
the office of State Representative Randy Christmas
in Group 1. offers a program for Former mayor oi Miami from
encouraging new industry to come: 1935 to 1957. Handy Christmas is
to Florida, which includes "using | seeking election to the post of Jus
the research laboratories and tech-jtice of the Peace in District 1.
nical libraries of the new space Christmas, who has served as
age university and allied university a Assistant State's Attorney for School Board in District 5. states
facilities tor new products research Jne past [our years, believes that ,na, ..thc ol|,ieatn>n of today's chil-
and industry sponsored basic re- ,hc Justice of th(. Peace Pt country's future,
search." I should be occupied "by a man who
if elected. Eefting will work for is devoid of business interests -i believe in general our schools
further reapportionment of the which cculd be interpreted as be- .,rt. goo<|, but they need some un- ...... -- uuaiuuii.uun ana
conflict of interest; by a pr0vemen1 in teaching the eon- State Deani Rusk and *Jns car tlon of njaorities< Uiil ddj
....... kw. .,-. .-..,.,i f his ::_] f ...if ;., ,.. elementary dinal Spellman will be principal
It
ar
American Jewish Committee Slates 57th I
Annual Meet Featuring Many Notables
By Special Report member of the United I
: Subc-ommission on Hu Preventmnl
NEW YORK Secretary of 0| Di8crimlllation s
William "Red" Gillespie
Supporters ol William "Rod"
Gillespie in his bid for the office
of Constable, District 2. point out
that "he has been dedicated to law
enforcement in Dade County for \
tiie past 17 years, having served as j m-
a member of Miami Police Depart- j
nient from 194ti to 1961. and as
Chief of Police in Homestead since
1992."
Gillespie's platform specifies
separate civil and criminal sec-
tions, deputies assigned to civil
processing only, constable's office
available on a 24-hour basis, and
all deputies be fully qualified and
experienced."
Dr. Robert Butler
Candidate for the School Board,
Croup 2 at lar^e. Dr. Robert But-j
ler, points to his record which in-1
eludes "eight years on the school[
board during which time teacher'
salaries were increased. Junior |
College was established, double
sessions were eliminated and spe-
cial classes for exceptional chil-
dren were initiated."
fully with
agencies."
Doug Madden
Seeking the office of Constable
"1 am an administrator and an
educator." she adds, "and that is
what we really need the most in
a school board member."
Newton X. Minow. former chair- Committee , ,,,,;,,;. I
man of the Federal Communica- pubIic ,ife ,, ,, ,. ., 1 j
lions* Commission, and chairman contributions in the field of humid
ol the meeting, announced that ielatjons and human ri
the Secretary of State has been
named as the 1964 recipient of thc The Committee s anmi.il meet-
American Jewish Committee's mg will bring together mure than
, American Liberties Medallion "for 500 leaders of community
exceptional advancement of the throughout the country to consid-
er major human relations issued
including improved understands
between Christians and Jews; thel
problem of church-State conflict.!
in education; race relations ten I
sums in commimitie> throughout!
the country; bigotry and antil
Semitism; pluralism, group relal
tions and the election-, human!
relations in urban and suburbanl
trouble-spots.
The annual meeting will focuij
special attention on the humad
relations situation abroad, pan]
cularly the status of .leu- in thel
L'SSR. Latin America. Europe anj|
North Africa.
principles of human liberty "
Both Cardinal Spellman and
Secretary of State Rusk will ad-
dress the annual dinner meeting
Thursday evening, Apr. 30, at
the New York Hilton Hotel,
where the sessions of the
five-day meeting are scheduled.
Morris B. Abram. president of
the Committee, and IS. expert -
Beach Bank
Marks Israel's
Front row seated (left to riqht) are Samuel Frank; Isidore Rup-
pert, treasurer; Eugene I. Weiss, president; Sidney Rubino- ]^fh Anniversary
witz. chairman oi the board; Mannie Weingarten, first vice *
president. Second row standinq (left to right) are Maurice Un* s 16th anniversary of in-
C* Bernard Lind.n.e.d Ma, Goldhaaen. fc Thome gTSBJi EX 55*2 X.
Dr. Butler is for "Bible reading White, second vice president. Irving Schatzman. honorary hjbjtu)n in jts lobb of Israe|i arti.
being preserved in our educational past president, Israel Schenkman, Miss Marie Deskins. exec- fac(s rart. toms tr;ive| pos(ors
system and a complete upgrading ulive secretary, Benjamin Zinn, lack Lustgarten. Third row arul ships model of an israe|,
standing (left to right) are William Copelan, Alfred Aden. Sam crubje liner.
Eisenberg. Henry H. Fisch. Directors (not shown) are Abraham A1>() 0I| vk,w aro a(.,ua, S250,0O0
Caplan, Bernard Kadushin, Milton Kahn, Abe Pitzele. Morris
Schonwetter and Herman Steinman.
il our educational system.
a *
Linton J. Tyler
Lint on J. Tyler, a member of
one of Miami's pioneer tamilies,
is campaigning for the Florida
.State Legislature. Group 2.
A graduate of the University of
Miami, where he majored in gov-
ernment and political science.
Apartment Group Installation Set
Eugene J. Weiss, attorney, will Heart Association of Miami
be installed as president of the Beach, and a loyal knight of the
Tyler is a veteran Of World War II, I Miamj Beach Apartment Associa-i Elks Lodge.
and has been technical advisor to tion on Sunday at the UiLido |
medical institutions and physicians Hotel Speaker will be State Sen. John oeacn.
for the past seven years. Mathews. of Jacksonville. Demo-
This is thc first time in the 23 cratic candidate for governor
years cf the association that a
has been
in Israel Bond.-, the largest single
bank purchase of the issue.
The exhibition is on view for an
entire week. Taking part in the
exhibit are Bonds for Israel, the
Israel Tourist Bureau. Z.m Ship ^Vonwiittee's'lsrael office, w
Zachariah Shuster, director
the Committee's European^
fice, will report on interreligw
developments, especially as cl
tered around the Ecumenicill
Council. Abraham Monk, diretl
tor of the Committee's Latin!
American office, will report onl
shifting tensions in Latin Amerl
ica, as well as the most recent
developments spurred by ne
Nazi groups and the Arab |
League.
Maximo Yagup-ky. director *
Line- and BI Al Airlines
Bank of Miami Beach is located
at 937 Washington Ave.. Miami
report on developments in it"!
Middle East, particula
affect Israel.
On his platform. Tyler offers
lair apportionment, adequate in-
ter county road systems, easing of, Pa5t president again
ax burdens and improved educ] jg- /**, gS^M the boar:i; Mannie Weingarten.
first vice president; Frances
Other officers to be installed
re Sidney Rubinou itz. chairman
tional facilities. '
Hall
In addition, Tyler says, "since I
serve as executive vice president j Weiss is past chairman of the
of the Children's Home Society of \ United Fund, Apartment Divi-
Florida. I am very close to thc sion, first chairman of the
Since 194?. the year thc Royal
H vnffitUM Restaurant started in
--. it hai been our creed:
" To be preeminently Jair in all our
dialing* to serve only one J(iiid
o food the REST to observe
K uhrtltfl to the letter of the law'
. and alteavs at charges that are
f. ir and reasonable and ii>
t, \e paint that our treatment of
v ii out customer, teill be 10 con'
out and satisfactory
i.iDimfnd M to others.
rV.r. and Mrs. Philip Weiss are
really just the kind of people
that are sincere when they
rrake the above statement .
you can rest assured of get-
ting the very best of kosher
foods at 731 Washington Ave-
n le, Miami Beach. Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Weiss sponsor
PHILIP WEISS
nia: MKTZ1A SHOP
at 1421 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
whose proceeds no 10 (lie non-sectarian free cMCfl* hospital of the
JEWISH CONSUMPTIVE RELIEF SOCIETY (AMC at Denver)
The following creed of the J.C.R.S. applies to this wonderful
couple: "He who saves one life is considered as though he had
preserved the whole world." (The Talmud)
White, second vice president; Isi- &
Sanders, recording secretary; and
Marie Deskins, executive secre-
tary.
The DiLido affair will begin
with cocktails at 6 p.m. and din-
ner at 7 p.m.
Youth Symphony
Will Perform
Miami Beach Youth Symphony
will send several of its members
to perform for the George Gersh-
win Knights of Pythias Lo.-'ge and
Ladies' Auxiliary at the next joint
meeting on Monday evening. 7:30
p.m.. at Hibiscus Temple.
Fred Zeiger. chancellor com-.
mander, and Mrs Jack Herman,'
president, will present Dr. Solo-
mon Lichter. principal of the Ida
\ Fisher High School, who was >jj>^
instrumental in founding the or- I
chestra, with a check In behalf
of both organizations for the pur-
chase of music folios,
pane
Knights will confer the rank of Observing the 16th anniversary of Israel's indeP" -^
age upon 20 candidates-in wait- ^"k oi Miami Beach is holding a display in its lobbYML^
Ing, tfnd the Auxiliary will finalize raeli objects. At the opening of the exhibition are W>
plans for thc luncheon to be held Beach Mayor Mel Richard (center) ; Philip E- Simon (ngn
ZEE?' *' 2' 3t ChMdH chairman f he board; and Ben Cohen (left), vice chemrnan
I Restaurant. | of the board.


April 24, 19G4
Ifwitli mkrHr/irtri
Page 13-B
J$ar ^Mitzvalt
Steven Schwerstein
en, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sihwerstein, will become
(itzvab at Beth Moshe Con-
Jon on Saturday, Apr. 25.
Simon April and Cantor
Fein will officiate.
lush in Steven's honor will
"the services.
celebrant is a student at
Irth Moshe Hebrew School
A seventh grade student at
South Miami Junior High, Bruce
plans to continue his studies in
the Temple Zion Confirmation
Class.
Bruce Perlowirt
Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lar-
ry Perlowin, 20040 NW 13th Ct.,
will te Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning, Apr. 25, at Temple
Westview Junior I Adath Yeshurun. Rabbi Jonah E.
where he plays saxophone i Caplan will officiate,
school band. In the seventh grade at Nor-
land Junior High, the celebrant
excels in sports, and won first
prize in the Passover art contest.
The Perlowins will honor their
son at their home at Kiddush and
luncheon following the services,
and at a reception on Sunday
evening.
Mark Haddad
Stephen Herman
Andrew Levine
Andrew Levin*
ii Norman N. Shapiro will
Ite at services on Saturday
Ing, Apr. 25, in Beth David
ague, when Andrew Daum,
Mr, and Mrs. Victor Levine,
[come Bar Mitzvah.
rew in an honor student at
Indoah Junior High and is in
Tjventh grade. He plays the
{and guitar, and his hobby is
and coin-collecting.
Levines will entertain at a
lion and dinner at their
fsaturday night to honor the
celebrant.
h w carries the full Hebrew
ttl his maternal grandfather,
Daum. who came here in
kl was a pioneer member
David. He was well known
phases of Jewish life in
i *
Stephen Carp
i a. son of Mr. and Mrs
|i Carp, 8110 Crespi Blvd..
ime Bar Mitzvah on SaL.
porning, Apr. 25, at Agu-
srael Hebrew Institute. |
saac Hirsh Ever will of- i
Alan Goldberg
Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Goldberg, 9132 Harding Ave., will
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Mcnorah on Saturday morn-
ing, Apr. 25. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz and Cantor Edward Klein
will officiate.
The celebrant Is a seventh
tirade student at Nautilus Junior
High and also attends the Reli-
gious School at Temple Menorah.
He i> the grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Soifer, of Surfside,
and Mr. and Mr-. Pincus Gold-
berg, lit New York.
A buffet luncheon in the Bar
kfitzvah's honor will follow the
services at the Surfside Commun-
itj Center.
Babbi Solomon Schiff will of-
ficiate.
Jamie is a student at the Beth
El Hebrew School.

Geri Hellman
Geri, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
San ford Hellman, 3845 NW 171st
Ter.. Opa Lock a. will be Bas
Mitxzah on Friday evening, Apr.
24, at Temple Adath Yeshurun.
Rabbi Jonah E. ("apian will offi-
ciate.
In the seventh grade at Carol
City Junior High, Geri is active in
the Junior Congregation at Tem-
ple. Her outside recreation is
swimming.
Frank Haddad, 1200 NE 171st Ter.,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday morning, Apr. 25, at
Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi
Max A. Lipschitz will present
Mark with a Bible on behalf of
Miami Youth Top
At Forsenic Meets
At the National Forensic League
State Tournament in Clearwater.
Fla., on Mar. 19 to 21, David Stern
won first place in the radio an-
nouncing contest.
This year, he has served as cor-
respondent for WFUN at Miami
Senior High School, and serves on
the Executive Board of the Teen
Broadcasters Association.
During the year, he has served
as president of the National For-
ensic League at Miami High. He
appeared twice on the WCKT tele-
vision program, "Youth and the
Issues," as a panel member. He
the Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of! has been a varsity debater for
the synagogue. \tw0 vears- As Part of furman
team,
Mark Haddad
Mark, son of Mr.
and
The celebrant Is a student of
the Hebrew High and served as
rabbi of the Student Congregation
for two years.
Mr. and Mrs. Haddad will ten-1
der a reception at the Diplomat'
Country Club in honor of their |
son on Sunday.
Mark's grandparents, Mr. and j
Mrs. Max Haddad and Mrs. Esther
Labatoh will be present for the
Mrs. occasion.
USY Southeast Region Convention
In Jacksonville to Mark 13th Year
Gary Zager
Bar Mitzvah of Gary Zager on
Saturday morning, Apr. 25, will
be the first to be observed in
Celebrating its 13th year of cx-
istence, United Synagogue Youth
ol the Southeast Region will con-
vene on April 24 to 26 in Jack-
sonville.
Some 400 delegates from five
states in the region, representing
30 congregations affiliated with
awarding of the Pilgrimage
Scholarship to Israel. Presen-
tation will be made by Rabbi
Allen Rutchik, director of the
USY, Southeast Region.
Debate on "The Use of Civil Dis
obPtliencc in Order to Secure Civ-
il Rights" will be held. A special
pnth grade student at Nau-
uor High, Stephen attend-
Institutes Religious School I TPto
feral yean. In additon to
outstanding science stu-
|c Bar Mitzyah is an all-
ib.ill player and has won
,\n basketball, soft ball and
oard.
|eption in honor of the cele-
vill be held after the cere-
Marc Pomerance
son of Gunnery Sgt. and
larvey Pomerance, will be-
|ar Mitzvah at the Saturday
service, Apr. 25, 5:30 p.m.,
I Israelite Center, with Rab-
Swirsky officiating.
is a student at the Is-
Center Hebrew School and
ne seventh grade at Riviera
High,
tttrents "ill be hosts at the
Seudos following services.
m >*
Stephen Fierman
Saturday morning. Apr. 25.
In. SOD of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
fcn. 17530 NE 7th PI., "ill
Mitzvah at Temple Sinai.
Daniel M. Lowy will of-
|hen is a seventh grade stu-
at John F. Kennedy Junior
and a member of the Stamp
At Temple Sinai, he has
attending Religious School
it- years, and is a member
Temple's Cotillion. His hob-
I include coin-collecting and
|g the guitar.

Bruce Hornik
Saturday morning, Apr. 25,
son of Mr. and Mrs. George
, will be Bar Mitzvah, with
Alfred Waxman, spiritual
of Temple Zion, officiating.
Nathan H. Zwitman will officiate.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zager,
95 W. 56th St., Hialeah, the cele-
brant has completed four years of
Hebrew instruction. His father
was recently elected president of
Temple B'nai Abraham.
A reception in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah will follow the ceremony.
*
Sandy Krugel
Sandy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Krugel, will become Bas
Mitzvah on Friday night, Apr. 24,
at Beth Torah Congregation. Rab-
bi Max A. Lipschitz will officiate.
The celebrant is a fifth year
student in the Religious School
and attends John F. Kennedy Jun-
ior High.
> t '
Jamie Scheinhaus
Bar Mitzvah of Jamie Allan,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Scheinhaus, 430 SW 32nd Ave will
take place on Saturday morning,
Apr. 25, at Congregation Beth El.
the Ln.ted Synagogue of America. p bp ;| s(K.j;i, action
will meet to discuss Judaism laborat conoucU.d by Herbert
Views Peace. Poverty and Civil H education director of
Rights in Our Time. Temple Sinai in Hollywood
Sevmour Mann, ol lemple Sinai.; F
Hollywood, is vice president of the Synagogues represented wrtl be
region, and chairman of the Youth lemple Emanu-El. Temple Meno-
Commission.
he won the Pinecrest De-
bate Tournament in Ft. Lauder-
dale last fall and the Varsity De-
bate Tournament in December,
1963.
He has won the Best Speaker
Award at the Coral Gables Stu-
dent Congress last May, 1963;
the Miami Jackson Student Con-
gress, October, 1*63; and the
Area Student Congress at North
Miami Senior High in Novem-
ber, 1963.
At another Student Congress at
Gables High in September, 1963,
he was voted "best presiding of-
ficer for the House of Represen-
tatives."
Stern is a member of Key Club,
served on the Junior Board and
Student Council, was co-editor of
he School Calendar, a member of
he tennis team in his junior
year, anil plans to attend the Uni-
versity ol Florida and study law,
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
'erome Stern, 350 SW 26th Rd.,
j ami.
Bruce Yergin, president of the
Southeast Region USY, of the
Jacksonville Jew ish Center,
Jacksonville, Fla., will leave of-
fice after his one year tenure,
and a new set of officers will
be elected. Highlight of the
convention will be the annual
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North shore Chapter 645. B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold its 17th
annual installation and brunch at
the Roney Plaza Hotel on Wednes-
day at 11:30 a.m.
Mrs. Betty Teitelbaum, presi-
dent, and other elected officers
will be installed by Mrs. Alfred
Reich, counselor of District 5.
Mrs. Harry Dickert will be chair-
man of the day.
Slate includes vice presidents,
Mrs. Arthur J. Smith, Mrs. Irving
Mandel, and Mrs. Louis Rolnick;
treasurer. Mrs. Jack Fein; record-
ing secretary, Mrs. William Ros-
enberg; financial secretary, Mrs.
Ira Youngentob; corresponding
secretary, Mrs. Irving Silver; his-
torian, Mrs. Louis Lesch; sen-
tinel, Mrs. Morris Urist; guard-
ian, Mrs. David Dreeben; coun-
selor, Mrs. Harry Dickert; hon-
orary president, Mrs. Lester
Ark in; trustees, Mrs. Edythe
Zerman, Mrs. George Baltuch,
Mrs. George S. Levenson; auditor,
Mrs. Ira Youngentob; social secre-
tary, Mrs. Max Miller.
Entertainment will be offered
by the Congress Octette, conduc-
tor, Bina Barnett.
Student Named
To Dean's List
Stephen A. Morris, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred A. Morris. 2161
SW 22nd Ter.. has been named to
the current Dean's List at South
em College of Optometry in Mem-
phis. Tenn.
A senior in the three year pro-
fessional program. Morris is sche-
duled to receive his Doctor of
Optometry degree In June. For
his pre-professional work. Morris
attended the University of Miami
1959 to 1961.
He is a pas) secretary and his-
torian of Alpha Epsilon Pi Frat-
ernity. At Southern, he is a past
chaplain and rush chairman bl
I'hi Theta Upsilan, professional
fraternity, a member of American
Optomctric Assn., and a member
I of the Florida Club.
Mrs. Morr,is, the former Loretta
Barish, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
rah, Beth David Congregation.
Temple Zion, Temple Tifcreth
Jacob of Hialeah. Temple Beth
Sholem of Hollywood. Temple
Sinai of Hollywood, B'nai Raphael
Congregation, Beth Torah Congre-
gation, Temple Israel of Miramar.
and Temple Sholom of Pompano
Beach.
Welcome will be extended at
the convention to new chapters
Eau Gallie, Fla., Savannah, Ga.,
and Miramar, Fla.
The keynote speech will be de-
livered by Philip Selber, a mem-
ber of the National Executive of I
the United Synagogue of America
and president of the Jacksonville
Jewish Center. Rabbi Arnold
Turetsky, of the host congrega-
tion, will extend greetings,
The entire convention is tinder
the joint chairmanship of Judy
Horovitz and Karen Caslar, of the
Jacksonville Jewish Center.
Leading the delegation from
south Florida will be Miss Bar-
bara Segal, Temple Menorah, who
is president of the South Florida
Sub-Region. Richard Kay. first
vice president of the Region, ofj
Temple Sinai, will leave for the
convention a day early in order
to prepare the agenda for the bus-
mo- sessions.
Advisors accompanying the
group to Jacksonville from South
Florida are Mrs. Philip Schiff.
DAVID STERN
Shep Barish, of Coral Gables, re-i'""'"" "" "'- *'""' '~""*'
j u nc ;_ j..o.;_ Mrs. Lawrence Scherr, Beth Dav
ccived her BS in education at
the University of Miami.
Poale Zion
Meeting Apr. 30
Max Astor, vice president, will
conduct the next regular meeting
of Poale Zion Chaim Greenberg
Branch on Thursday evening, Apr.
30, at Farband Cultural Center,
842 Washington Ave.
Program for this last meeting
of the season will be dedicated
to Israel's 16th Indepedence Day.
On the business agenda will be
appointment of a delegate to at-
tend the National Poale Zion Con-
vention to be held in New York
from May 28 to 31.
A social hour and refreshments,
served by the social committee,
will follow the meeting.
id; Mrs. Alfred Stone, Temple
Emanu-El; Mr. and Mrs. Marshall
Baltuch, serving Temple Emanu-
El, Beth Torah and B'nai Raphael;
Abraham J. Gittelson, education
director of Beth Torah, who will
also deliver the sermon on Sat-
Homeless Arrivals
Given Assistance
Homeless arrivals in Israel
benefitted from the annual spring
luncheon and games festival spon-
sored by Aviva Chapter. Mizrachi
Women, on Monday.
Scheduled for 12:30 p.m.. the
I flair was held in the home
ol Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Barkan,
330 SW 27th Rd.. chairman of the
committee, which included Mes-
dames Schaeffer, Ether Solomon,
Louis Zimmerman, Nathan Zeich-
ner, Joseph Kahn. and Max Stern-
stein.
President of the group is :\'rs.
Joseph Weishaus, and Mrs. Alfred
Slone is coordinator.
urday morning; and Miss Faith
Keinhard. of Beth Torah and Tif-
ereth Jacob.
Transportation arrange*
ments were coordinated by Mar-
shall Baltuch.
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+Jf**ist fkrMfon
Friday. A r.-;! fr [J
Florida BB Schedules Convention
-
-u F -tate
rs will hi
- Monday. Apr Zl
To be held j: Tie CarBoa Hotel.
I be attended b>' top
x- antn. Washington
aod Now York with .prttnta
trrea from L-idKS and char"
throughout the Mate.
Easiness sessions will he chaired
by Bon GoidfieJd. of Daytona
aeh. president of the Fjor-.da
Federate of BB Lodges
and Mr* Harr> W
Palm Beach president I RMM *
Ope* mi of the com-en-
tion will feature Sidney H Pa!~
ir.comHig president, a* toastmae-
o by Arnold
Dis-
trict : welcome.
address tag shard,
tad Dade
Mayer Cbitck Ha
Ben G
-
Opening Session
jht the opening > in-
- ::' Harn -> lodge of
' Miami Beach nitfe .'ack Glick.
- n BM 1 dg reffoanj SreCtOT,
Herman J.
---. ;<-: Cbtl
BB ( D present the gavel,
and Benjamin Goldfield will pre-
- M the charter.
Judge Mihcn A Friedman past
president. Grand Lodge District 5.
.-.stalling officer
Keynote address ul be given
by Maurice Steinberg, president.
Grand Lodge Detrirt 5. who will
also conduct the tadoctrmatior.
breakfast of lodge presidents on
Sunday morning FoHnwuig the
keynote address Sam Niebers will
give the benediction.
First business sossion will be .
conducted on Sunday morning at
am. by President Gohrfieki to
be followed at 11 am with a
joint adult Jewish education sem-
inar under the tcadci slap of David
Sachs and Lout? f*sinsfc Jr state
co-charrtner for tn. Mrs Max
Kern and Mrs Louis Ossmski Jr .
stare charrwer. for women.
Mrs Lih Vtiehnan national di-
rector of adult Jewish education
B'nai B'nth. is arrivin; from
Waal D.C U take part in
-
A: : f m Saadnjr. there *
a jotat Inner, eon and Anti-Deiama-
-. Lear-e -.. .: \- Mrs
Ornstew toestmosier The semin-
ar wiB frsfcip of
SaadSord Swrrdhr Kate ADL
charr-rrar. Mrs Sy!\.a Lewis.
w-*mer."s KM. Drstnc: ehnfcraaam.
B-rrcer: Mh WL co-missaoner.
Grand Lodge MaMel 5 V--
- Kn-rr worse*;'? rare ADL
>-. ..' "
-rs-.r-r.al aWH *DL
mfitnrs W#rsa)op
M kc seeoae Iniini s
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Ben Golnhck: rces.der- u- eh;- |
omens, veteraas
affairs worksheet
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SaaaH La >ton woec
Sidney H. Palmer seccr.d from left:, incoming pewsidenl oi the
T'.cr.z'z Stcrte Federation oi B nci B'nth Lodaes cmc chairmen
c: the convention to be held this weekend, accepts trrcr.crr.r-
toa bom Mkaal Beach Mcyor Melvin J. Richard, declaring
Has week pi Apr. 25 B nori B nth Convention Ce'.ebrauor. Wattle.
Looking en with eppxoval {or left are Mrs. Alfred Reich rr.c
Sort Niecerc right cenventien v.ce chairmen.
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Ra d i national CV<
D C
At S 90 ?m ienera! eooamittef
meetings will tx> held, arc at 7:30
p.m the entire convention wO re-
tare to the Cafe Le Can Can Room,
for dir.r- :
On Monday there will be an in-
doctrination breakfast of secre-
taries and treasurers, under Dae
leadership of Arr.oid Ellison, exec-
-ecretary. Grand Lodge is
::' Atlanta. Ga. followed
bv the third business session
Membership
At 11 am a joint membership
workshop will take place under the
direction of Aaron Cohen and Sid-
ney H Palmer, state chairmen
and Mrs Alfred Reich, member-
ship expansion chairman. D
5 Mrs Myron Rosenbleeth Worn
are state membership chairman.
Jack Glick. Supreme Lodge re-
gional membership director, and
Harold Br-. BtaaaaJ
member-hip d.iector
At I | r^ere will be a joint
Hmcoeoc and BBYO workshop
\rr.oid E.lison as ma>"
ceremonies The 'r.\ocatKn will
be giver, by A-sei PfU
nee president State Federation
r
tar)
W rkshop will be stafj
z and Howard K
co-chairmen. a>sisted t> Mr- Al-
fred Reich, past r -
en's District 5 Mrs K.rr.
hauser. wi i stitc cha
Jerry Carver. BBV iirec
tor. Jane BabMiaoa. BBYO reg
director naoaal awards a
-ted by Jay Markowits past
president Flonca Sta*e F
At 3 ps. the f rl h and
final business session will tjkt
place, followed by election
cers for the eaaaiBg year
A* ? 30 p.to the inttalL
quet will be held after
convention will adjourn
master for the
will be Judge VUtoo A Friedflua
ailing the eeaea will be Mrs
wiD be .Aibert Pailot m-
me Lodg \ Board of G
an with response ry SaAi
ted pre**- ai
the Fionda State Federal -
B'nth La
. the women will be Mrs
Alfred Reich with respor
Mrs Myron '.
-.ect~i president .: F nda Fed-
ar^t.on Woaaea
F&gJalaBjM o.' the even.-.
dpal address t
rV"er Caa -raei
Students Make School Honors
Raphael K Yawn aaaaraiaa
Je Board of Educauoo at Tem-
ple E.----E. baa reaaaaed tae
^uaneri> relig::-^s school Honor
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NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL
FLORAL DECORATIONS
BLOSSOM SHOP
1572 Mfciai A-e., Migajni Beexb
C.H SYLVJA MILSEN JE 2-3231
HtU DiUVttf ALL GRIATtR MIA*
Cenersl
MacArthur
By MAX LERNER
America has n**tr had so stormy General M MicAnt,
catch it- imasmation so sureiv in so large a succe--
poir.ts of it- Bfe-tke I Archer-, the death ar r birth.
m the Philippine-, the Japanese surrender and oetupat; n the I
War and the 38th Parallel, the civilian-military due .th
Ev<- tawad him a formidable figure, and rr ^.j
ed bv :.-- i"m
He ni deari) oew : the elite, as he would bav< i
- born He was a <
in an age *h( ""s larg^'l
ratic eq,.,: itj H i -^^^ courage, hoe i : tul
He ..- convinced that r
-.-tead of lettir..: hap
-. are th* mstory that no m. i
u rn v frontal attack. It
a _. ad wt r. you are surest !
t pn.ate dreams _,
I if it goes a. -. ;]
' '

He ws mos' l>ke oe Gaulle an American tit Gjj :, wit
... --
-.-_--.- their ea] \
... ... r destiny. 1
" f their weal i
tioc to convtr- f
nto |
ye, n't miki it H.- star Adn I I j
:; ry i. A h m -iiUtary brti
--:' D-'Hiht E er-BI
:--.-- .Anh
-
- evohed i -
leaec or a feeux^
tc .t ukes a less sta
cortical power to tr.e -r-.Uitar;
bo rm

The sadnss er MacArthur s low was IKa all Kh ttJ
not add up to a.-, ac. ft* r- P* whom .*- ed(
set h i'i'^ and istellecrual.- Mh
Yel 'hine be d*d aaawed H
- role m the Battle of .- 1
_-..._'- --and not Dousla- tew
;a\e tht rder- : ia) :-< the Bonus Marchers wnth a
Th*> IIII III ll h ag World War II. with the
ande\c.r- for I after Pearl Harbor-^
i|
Even tes bnUaant pel.
itioo, when he pcr^
jat.-. ; the Ji -" ttroon>
T |
---_,. i rt| afr at
r. after -. -.
-ate bait.-
_.t in Am
For at thai early had i -
': tht :- ; I There is no
It was I ( the Great Frustrat -
real : t A-vencans The>
MacArthur H al campaign ai
-

But there as no election and with incredible c
Tniasaa stood ': Irtt r> advar
-. after another
:.-*"t aaaUj a acArthar would ha
-. popular acclaim.
ceaaj But neither the Ar
ear acArthar img to break the farr
m America, and the -ec MacArthur- |
the annals of his cotintrv > Kkely to be coonted not as
bare done and did not
l aaaaect that liaiaaa try to get t-
tad not \iane. Not every merr.^r
be President M
the j .;
: captur,
ce
. 1Q
politi
i
eurtfl
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-.i-urel
I the|
,. te*
Seitlin Attends
Notional Confab
L^ -.s >c.t..r 1-
rresideM of the Natiaai
toeai of Jewish Mea -
ek attended the SSth *
: e---. r :" t* -.- ..-.a. ;--- .
taaa of aaes < groups of CuGier-
coacregatMcis m K.araesha
Seatlaa. secretary-treasurer of
Srtthw aec saraace. and a
aaeaaher of Beth David, was
among same l.aao other Jewish
lay leaders from all parts of the
Lmted States. Canada and Puerto
Rico attending the aaemal confer
ence at the Concord Hotel
A new dmaaoc partcipotng in the 1964 ^
pea. is the Osteopathtc Dmsicm headed bv toui cc-:it
Drs. Norman Cansett and M. S. Fox (pirtured above ancl
Mcrrweli Greenhouse end Morten Terry (not sv


April 24. 1964
* lm>isli fkxrldHan
Paqe 15-B
ii Beach Servicemen's Center Will
12th Anniversary Friday Evening
32th anniversary of the
I Beach Servicemen's Cen-
[be celebrated in the Ocean
luditorium on Friday even-
will be by Harry Flaum j
in piece orchestra, through
ttesy of the Trust Funds of
r>ordin Industries, Local
of M.
ii.il M. J. Kirn, command-
fieer of the Key West Nav-
^e, has arranged to have a ;
ier sent from Norfolk,
assist in the celebration.
lguished guests will be j
ikinij I'lficers of the var-|
inches ill the armed forces,
tinty and state officials,
_uI.ii contributors to the
I
program will be opened
resent at ion of the Colors by \
lor Guards of the Army, i
Vir Force and Coast Guard. !
will be given by Capt.
re Krause, USAF. Gil Mar.'
Igiers Hotel, will sing the j
ingled Banner and later.;
iniversary Son."
^n Memory Lane" will be I
|d by junior hostesses and;
mvn. alter which the "Ser-
\icemen of the Month'" for the
past year will be presented, one
>I whom will be announced as
"Mr. Servicemen's Center of
1964."
All "Hostesses of the Month"
for the past year will also be pre-
seated, and "Miss Servicemen's
Center. 1964" will be announced,
as well a members of her "Court"
|M*and, third and lourth-place win-
ners.
Following the coronation
dance, gueits will enjoy a pro-
gram of sor.gs by Miss Carol
Donn, soprano. At 11 p.m.,
cake-cutting ceremonies will be
held.
Assisting Maurice and Rose
Field Klein in cutting the anniver-
sary cake will be Metro Mayor
Chuck Hall, Miami Beach Mayor
Melvin Richard and representa-
tives of the Army. Navy. Air Force
and Coast Guard.
Refreshments will be served,
and there will be dancing until
midnight. Dress is semi-formal,
and men of all branches of the
Armed Forces are invited to at-
tend. Miss Don and Mar will ap-
pear through the courtesy of the
AGVA.
I
A////W Site
NORTON TIRE
NC3TM MIAMI ofACK BRANCH
Maurice and Rose Field Klein
check program for the 12th
anniversary of the Miami
Beach Servicemen's Center.
Food Fair Opens;
45th Market Here
Food Fair's 45th supermarket in |
Dade County was opened last week I
when North Bay Village Mayor I
Clemen J. Ehrlich cut the tradi. J
tional ribbon at ceremonies at 1600 1
No. Bay Causeway.
Other civic leaders participating
in the event included Vice Mayor !
Alexander Smith, Councilmen Sid-'
ney Lewis. William Brody. and
Paul School, and Village Manager '
George J. Hodges.
Herman Stein, Southern Divi-
sion manager of Food Fair
Stores, headed the list of com-
pany executives in attendance.
Others included Emanuel J.
Ansel, special supervisor, Miami
Beach, and Leonard Friedland,
Miami Beach district manager.
The 17.000-sq. ft. store located
on property with,a 265-ft cause
way frontage was formerly the
Maxwell Food Mart, an independ-
ent food operation, acquired re
cently by the Food Fair chain
LEGAL NOTICE
Samuel Magid, 83,
Pioneer Miamian,
Passes Away
OTHER OBITUARIES PAGE 13-C
Miami pioneer and land devel-
oper Samuel M. Magid, of 830 W.
diLido Dr.. DiLido Island, died
Apr. 15 at the age of 83. Ser-
vices were held in Boston, Mass..
with Blasberg Funeral Chapel in
charge of local arrangements.
A religious and civic leader in
Providence, R.I., where he lived
prior to moving to Florida, Magid
founded the Miriam Hospital and
Jewish Home for the Aged there.
A retired jewelry manufactur-
er, he came here 45 years ago
and built the Nemo Hotel, the
first hotel on Miami Beach, and
helped to organize Beth Jacob
Congregation.
An honorary member of the
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce, Magid was a charter mem-
ber of Mt. Sinai Hospital, and also
held membership in the Hebrew
Academy. B'nai B'rith. Scottish
Rite of the Mahi Shrine Temple.
Temple Emanu-El and National
Conference of Christians and
Jews.
He is survived by his wife. Rose;
a son. Irving: two daughters. Mrs
Dorothy Selib and Mrs. Miriam
Zakon. all three of Boston; a
brother. Harry, of Miami Beach;
and two sisters, Mrs. Anne Pais-
ner. of Providence, and Mrs.
Jeanette Good, of Miami Beach.
Bank Names Officer
Dan W. Eastwood, president of
Pan American Bank of Miami, an-
nounces the appointment of Jose
R. Garrigo as assistant vice pro
ident of the bank Garrigo comes
to Pan American from Metropoli-
an Bank of Miami, where he serv-
ed as assistant vice president in
the International Department.
Lag B'Omer Celebration
Over 75 students of Temple Za-
mora Religious School will parti-
cipate in the Lag B'Omer celebra
tion to be held on the Temple
grounds next Thursday. Apr. 30.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COU
IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62579 C
IN RE: K~t.it.. of
WII.I.IK B. LBWIH
Deceased _
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor" nnd All Peraom I
Ing Claim* "i Demands Aialnal
Estate: ,
you are hereby notified and
quired t.....- "' "" d-jlma ""'
manda which you may have agi
,l. estate of WII.I.IK I'.. LEWIS,
censed late of Dade Count}. J i
to the County Judge* of Dade Ci
ami file tin- -am.- in their "rflcj
tlii- Count} Courthouse in Dade
n Florida, within six calendar m
from id.- date "f Hi-- Ural public*
hereof or the same "ill he ban
I .KU.A DAVIS
Goldman, loldsti In & Pai /.! r
Vttorlle} >
4iil iv hi Hauler Streel
Miami *., Florida
I 24, l
l.i\
Bald
re-
,i.
iin.-i.
de-
i in..
int>.
In
oun -
nths
itinn
l
ruben. Mrs. Bessie. <-. of 1545 \v
Treasure Dr., died Apr, IS. New -
man.
GERSON, Dora, SO, of 2S92 Alton Rd.,
died Apr. 2* Services in Philadel-
phia. Riverside
PESKIN. Mrs. Lena K, 76, "f 7260
NK Till An-., di.-il Apr 14. Service*
In Hi.....kl) n. Rlvei side.
STEIN. Rebecca, 7::. of 1841 H\V SOth
i -i ih .I Apr. i-'. Rlversldi
BOKER. Edward, Rl. of III! Collins
Ave Services in New Vork. River-
side.
FORER. Mr- Anna Susan, 78, "f 11960
NK ISlll I 'r i lordon.
M.LLER. .la oh, :.'. hi' 3301 NI'. ..ill
Aw., .li.'.l A i r i I Rlvei hide,
SOKOLOFF. II .!>. Rll M
.'.nil .-.- died Apr. 12 Rlvei
k AM.vi. sum, r;. i s 18 loth si Rl> -
erslde.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTlTOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN thn
ih,. undersigned, desiring i" engae
In I.n-i.i. -- under the fictitious nan
of HCNSHINE CAR WASH at l.l
W Dixie Highway, Son* Mian
Ueai h, Florida Intends lo 11
name with the Clerk of the l ircu
Court of Dade Countj Florida
SAI.VAT' IRE MIRABELLA
Sole 1 iwner
IWll. KWITNBT "i
Sllvei -i. in. I< ltn< > & 1 "I'--
Attornes i'.i Applicant
120 IJncoln R111.1 Mall
Miami Reach. Fla. .
1 :1. 1-8
it
"
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 64C 3728
'. \ XI IX 1
shovels gleam in the sun as these Pallot families break
id for another Norton Tire Company store. Shown (left
:ht) at the site of their 163rd St. and NE 17th Ave. facility
[Norton Pallot, president; Louis Pallot, chairman of the
d; Mrs. Ronald Pallot; Mrs. Louis Pallot; Mrs. Howard
?n, Katzen, vice president; and Ronald Pallot, secretury-
| :rer.
Store for Norton Tire Co.
Ml Tire Company, the na-
largest B. P. Goodrich deal-'
k- broken ground for a new
in the 163rd St. Shopping!
i
i
' 12th branch is located at,
lorncr of 163rd St. and NE |
|Ave.. in No. Miami Beach, i
Mil be built by Palm Indus-
Corporation, Hialeah con-
ipany president, Norton
said completion date is
iited in early July.
Spying 8.000 sq. ft., the new
\y will offer a complete
and service center for cars
rucks. Norton Tire Company
inches throughout Dade,
ird and Monroe counties,
|his yqar marks its 40th an-
'ary of operation in South
|da, having been founded by
Pallot "in 1924.
as retail outlets. The corn-
also operates a B. F. Good-
retreaJing plant and main-
i large tire warehouse ad-
ft to its main offices at 5300
27th Ave.
Present at the groundbreaking
ceremonies last week were
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall and
North Miami Beach Mayor Ar-
thur Snyder, who commended
the fast-growing tire firm for
"setting a pace for 40 years in
our local economy and demon-
strating confidence in the steady
growth of the South Florida
community."
Officers of the firm are Louis
Pallot, chairman of the board;
Norton Pallot, president; Howard
Katzen, vice president; and Ron-
ald Pallot, secretary-treasurer.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL'nT
IN AND FOR DAnc COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 63913 A
IX RE: Estate of
SOPHIA MILLER,
i., .-...-ii.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors ami All Persons II.i>
Ing Claim- "i Demand AaTainst Sail
You are brcb) notified and re-
train .1 I- i'i< n in an) claim* and di
mauds which you nut: have against
the eatnl..... HOPHIA MILLER, di -
censed lute ot Dade County, Fiorina,
.,, ih, i "ounty Judges of Dade Coun-
IV ami fill- the sun.. In duplicate and
.,. provided in Section 738.16, 1 lorlds
Ktatutea, In then offices In 11>- < onn-
tj I-., in-tin .us.- In Dade County, i <
Ida, within sht calendar montm front
the iim.- of the first publication here-
of, or the sain.' "ill be bat it il
Paled ii Miami, Florida. thl
daj of April, Al'. I'.'KI.
SKTMOIR M. MM.I.II!
EDWARLJ MILLER
A- Rxecutors of Estate id
Sophia Miller. Deceaaed
lisi publlcatlor if this n.'ii.
thl Ii' 'lav Of Api ^. ''' I
MYERS. Ill-IMAN \ KAPLAN
B) I...nis lliimali
Attornej for Executors
11mi s vi. i-'iisi Htreet
Miami, Florida MHO
Simonhoff to Speak
Harry Simonhoff, local histor-
ian, attorney and novelist, whose
hook. 'The Chosen One."" has just
been published by Thomas Yosel-
nil. will be guest speaker al the
regular monthly open meeting of
Temple Belli Shuloni Brothefhood
Sundaj in the Temple Auditor- ,
,, at 10:30 a.m. His topic will \ v:.
be "The Ecumenical Council ;nd n ,, ........k
r before thi
da) il Via "il If yo fall to do si
' judgim nt b.v di fault ill !" tak. i
attainst > i>u fv thi relh f dentan d
in the Hill of i 'ompla
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Vou CARI l>S C XCIXi I, in hei
Us nollfl. 1 Hi i- a Bill l I'ott
r,"n nivori ii i- been fill d naaln
.i ml v..u itIV Ii I'ed I
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of r nun ii thi I'lalti
A .1 VY CltlSTI IL, -I S i:
the Jew."
LEGAL NOTICE
IX
1'UI
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Trophy Designer on Job
Variety Club of Greater Miami
has commissioned trophy man
Buddy Halpert to design an hon-
orary member's card which will
be presented to the nation's top
entertainers for their work in
supporting Variety Children's Hos-
pital. The cards will be made of
silver on aluminum and engraved
with a replica of the traditional
circus barker, official symbol of
Variety Clubs International.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62899
IN RE: Butate of
LOUIS TEITBLBAUM
I l.-.-i-asi'il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hay-
inc Claims or Demands Against Hald
Estate:
YOU arc hereby notified and r.'-
nulred t" preaonl any i-lalms and de-
mands whleh yon may have. nKOinst
til.- .stati- of Louis Teitellwum d,'-
oras.il late of lMd.' County. Florida,
to the County .ludjtes of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate and
as provided In Beobon ":is.i6, Plo*tda
i Statutes. Iii their offices in the c.un-
i tv Courthouse in Made County, Flor-
ida., Within six (alendai months from
ili.- time of the first publication li.-i.--
' ,.f, or the same win be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 17th
1 da) of April, ah ii'i'.t
anna Elb'ENBRRl:
\s Executrix
Flrai publication of this notice on
the -' 11< day of Anrll. 1964
L'HEREM A QOLDEN
Attorne) for Executrix
'. 11 | mpla Rldg Miami, l Is
i -i. S l-s-l".
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62857 C
;i: Em n. of
NATHAN U, COHEN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \ii Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing. Claims or Demandn Acalnal Hald
Eatate:
y,,,.. ,,. hereby m lifted and re-
. .,., ,| in pi .- n. an\ claims and tli
mauds which you mas have i'tj;"'nst
H estat..... NATHAN 'I i OHEN
dei eased l.n.....' l>nde County, Flor-
ida in Hi. Counts Judges of I'ad.
Coitntv, and file the name In duplicate
:in,l as pro* i'l.d in s... n.m .::'. IS,
PMorlda Siaiu:,-s. in their office" In
ih. r,iunt> Courthouse in Dade Coun-
-. i nrlda, within nix calendar months
from the Utne of the first publication
hereof, the name will be barred
Dnted at Miami. Florida, tins 20th
da] ol April, A D 1984
PAY COHEN
\- Vdmlnletratrlx
Firm pnidli-iiioii of this notice on
the ^uli day ..f April, l'.n'.i.
I .(:. in A EPSTEIN
Attorne) for Administratrix
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida .
This notli shall be publishetl onee
each week i' r firtll I nwi cutR Weeks
in THE JEWISH KLURUHAN
I MINE AND tiRDERED at Miami
Klot-ldu, tliis '-'"in das of April A.D.,
rn.I.
B. 11. I.BA I'HERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Klorit'u
(aeal) Bs K M LYMAN
I., ii.il > i 'l.-i k
Wi intr tub, \\ elntraub .v CrlMol
13th Kloni. I Wde I- ederal Rld|
L'l N i: Isi Ave Miami. I la
Rj \ Ja> Crist'd
Attorne) i' i I'l.uiiiiii
I'JI. i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61268 C
IN RE: Estate of
SAMUEL KISSEN
I t,.,',M -..-ll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor"! and All Persons Hav-
ing i la n..- or Demand! Asalnat Sail
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims snd de-
mands Which you may have attains
the estate "f KAMUEL KISSKN de-
ceased late ( Had,- County, Florida,
in the County Judtrea ol Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In their offices
iti Hi, County ('.nuthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within sl\ calendar
month* i.....n the date of the firsl
publication hereof, or tii>- sain,- will
i.r barred
i.i ii is OSINSKY
Ex, cutor
HERBERT W. ABRAMSON
Vttornc) I i :\.'. utor
i; Lin, oil Road
l 14, 5 1-8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 4326
i"\i:ti:i:i-:t s win.is and
I.i iAN ASSi IC1ATII IN,
Plaintiff,
PIXLEY JONES, Ti uatee In
Bankruptcs. >-t al.
I i.i. ndanl
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: BERTHA CAREY
1034 Harrison Avenue
Teaneck, Mow Jeraej
You are hereby notified thai tli-
nbove captloned a,-tion lias been In-
stitnt.-.l agalnal you In the Circuit
Court of the nth Judicial Circuit of
Florida In and for Dade County t"
forecloee mortsaie upon the fol-
low inu- den rlbed real proper!. i
Lit L'T. Block 13 CORRECTED PLAT
OF BLOCK 13 CAROL CITY. "-
.'.inline lo the I'lat thereof, reonrdsll
In i'lat Book 81 at Page '.,v ,,f tits
Public Records of Dade CoOnty,
Florida.
v.ni are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff*!) i-oimdaitit with tb'e
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
erve n cony Ihereof upon putlntifTa
nttorne) MARTIN FINE, mil Floor,
Dade Federal Building. Miami 88,
Florida not later ihan May '.'it. 194.
or a Decree Pro Confeeso will ba an
i.i ed ass insi > 'ii.
DATED: April 17, 1964,
E. B. LEATHERS! \N
Clerk of the l "Ircull 'ourt
is,all By: C. P. COPBLAND
i put) Clerk
MARTIN PINE
ut. rne) i"i Plaintiff
l uli floor Had.- Federal Bids.
Miami :!. Florid i
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iami Gears to Reach CJA Campaign Goal
ishFloridian *"**,$"te$$,ul
Drive Will Help
Section C
Leadership of Federation
i*; announcement of the Combined Jewish resents $100,000 above that raised in 1963. Lett
fjeal drive going over the million mark, to right are Dr. J. Z. Stadlan, William Agra-
Kr-bers of the Initial Gifts Committee meet nove and Joseph Cohen. Seated (left to right)
Federation headguarters to plan to cover are R. Williams Apte, Leon J. Ell. Paul Faske
er/ outstanding Initial Gifts card to bring and Sam C. Levenson.
:o its goal of 51.386,500. This figure rep-
- SHE 55 Bfi EBB BBSS
(hat an Extra $100,000 Means
in the choice of
a college program.
lined Jewish Appeal seeks service and
of Sl.386.500, a figure $100.- j career an<"
jre than was raised last |
-nd the goal for the drive,
is in its final stages, "is
.iliin reach." Dr. Irving'
n. CJA campaign chair; which the Greater Miami Jewish
cclared this week. i Federation and Combined Jewish
V:.- will an additional $100,000 j API*'al dl,ll;,,s wiU PeU ,he d,f
li. to CJA's 57 agencies at | ". J
i< nd abroad, including seven
Health and Welfare
For health and welfare needs in
Dr. Irving Lehrman. 1964 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal chairman,
and members of the CJA Cam-
paign Cabinet, have pledged an in-
tensive campaign to reach the CJA
goal of Sl.386.500.
To dote. Si.176.209 has been
p'-Jged to the CJA campaign,
showing the campaign well with-
in reach of its goal.
"Attainment of our goal is of
great importance to all of us."
Rabbi Lehrman stated.
"A successful campaign will
not only mean additional mon-
ies for the community but will
also mean that Federation and
CJA will once again occupy
their position as our commun-
ity's central source of well-being
for Jewry both at home and
abroad," he declared.
"A significant picture seems to
be emerging from our research
into the current campaign," Rab-
bi Lehrman said. "We are pre-
sented with a great opportunity to
meet our goal and even to sur-
pass it. This is indicated by the
fact that of almost 7.000 pledges
received in the campaign to date,
one-fourth were contributions giv-
en by people who had never par-
ticipated in our Combined Jewish
Appeal." Kabbi Lehrman explain-
ed.
"It is quite obvious, therefore,
that many people in our commun-
ity who made pledges in previous
campaigns, have *u>t as yet join- >
|fed in support of our .1964 drive,"'
Lilt*. sUtfed |
"The opportunity to help and'
share in the drive beckons as nev-
any amount of partial payment er before .and I am confident thatI
each volunteer will contact his
pro-peels via phone, personal.
I964^G0AL
$1386,500
$1,176,209
pay for treatment in the hospitals
30 clinics range from gratis to
Etc "ding agencies in the local
in .nity?
Fc- Jewish Family and Chil-
e's Service, which hat closed
*ee of now cases, it will moan
cptn door and an additional
1st worker to handle 200 cases,
ji leading to better family
|fe ind harmony.
Jev>h Vocational Service will
&?- to hire an additional coun-
iot give group and individual
kid: io to over 200 teen-agers,
fcth :i the fields of vocational
two vital programs:
The Jewish Home for the Aged,
the additional monies allo-
cated by a successlul campaign,
will expedite the admission of 50
new residents to fill space made
available in the Home's new pavil-
lion. The additional funds will |
help to hire physical and occupa-
tional therapists to work with new
patients and also help to provide
additional staff necessary for their
care.
At Mt. Sinai Hospital, funds will
be made available for 5,000 addi-
tional out-patient visits, without
regard to race and religion, whose I
they can aiford.
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, a Federation agency, will
be able to hire a consultant to
work hand-in-hand in planning
the educational program of Re-
form synagogues in the Greater
Continued on Page 12-C
visit, or mail. In this way, we can
he assured that every possible
step has been taken to reach our
goal."
Federation Executive Direc-
tor Arthur S. Rosichan reiterat-
ed that of the pledges received
thus far in the campaign, 25
percent represent contributions
to the Combined Jewish Appeal
given by people who have never
participated previously.
"It is important that we reeog
nize these new supporter- of CJA.
and also that we not forget the
large number of pledges obtain
ed in previous years that have not
a yet been secured for the 1964
drive.
"It is precisely tnesc missing
pledges that will help us make
the final phase of our campaign
add up to the success that we are
all striving so diligently to reach
behind Rabbi Lehrman's leader-
ship."
NOVEL 'FIRST ANNOUNCED FOR JEWISH COMMUNITY
Institution Launches CJA Payroll Deduction
rtt JKh
Among members of the CJA Campaign Cabinet meeting at
the Standard Club last Friday to plan an all-out intensified
effort to meet the goal of $1,386,500 which is well within sight
are (left to right) Lou Kenin, Food and Hotel Division co-chair-
man; Dr. Irving Lehrman, campaign chairman; and Sidney
Lefccurt, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
One of the newest innovations
in the 1964 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign has been launched
by Gulf American Land Corp.,
which is instituting a payroll de-;
duction plan to allow their 132
Jewish employees in the Greater
Miami area to participate in the
1964 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign.
Leonard Rosen, president of
Gulf American Land Corporation
and member of the CJA Campaign
Cabinet, has long been a leader
In Combined Jewish Appeal and
in the overseas projects of the
United Jewish Appeal,
Kenneth Schwartz, vice presi-
dent of Gulf American Land
Corp., is serving as chairman of
the cooperative program, and
Nat Pollack, director of the Cus-
tomer Relations Department,
will be co-chairman for the em-
ployee drive, whose goal is 100
per cent cooperation.
A series of department meet-
ings will be held, at which time
the Combined Jewish Appeal story
and its importance to the com-
munity will be detailed to the em-
ployees.
Schwartz announced that the
following will participate in the
program and help to secure par-
ticipation of their department
members on behalf of Combined
Jewish Appeal:
They are Gabe Shantzis. direc-
Sales Department; Sol Sandier,
president of Congress Internation-
al; Harry Schloss, comptroller; Al
Materson. administrator. Cape
Coral Sales Department; and Mor
tor of Allocations Department; | ris Bark, administrator. Golden
Melvin Click, director of Research Gates Sales Department.
Members of the CJA Campaign Cabinet pledge all-out sup-
port to Campaign Chairman Dr. Irving Lehrman in a final
drive to meet the goal of $1,386,500. a sum S100.000 more than
was raised in 1963, include (left to right) Paul Faske. Sam
Luby Jr., and Joseph Cohen.


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OLD BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION BUILDING AT 135 NW 3rd AVE.. MIAMI
Bureau of Education Must Move
Its not necessarily that they
v ant to, but the Bureau of Jew-
:>h Education must vacate its
landmark building at 135 N'W 3rd
\ve. And they have to do so
quickly.
The Bureau recently received
notice from the Florida State Road
Board. Clarence E. Davidson, dis-
trict engineer, informed the Bu-
leau: "Preliminary plans indicate
that the property occupied by you
will be required for the construc-
tion and maintenance of an au-
thorized Federal-aid highway.
Sine* 1952, whin it moved
from cramped quarters in the
Congress Bldg., the Bureau has
owned and occupied its present
site, which was formerly the
old Beth David Congregation
Religious School.
Officials of the Bureau are cur
really contemplating the purchase
of an insurance building with 6.200
>q. ft. of space on Coral Way
The cost: $130,000. Other sites are
also being considered, among them
954 W. 41st St.. Miami Beach, with
*omc 4.000 sq. ft. of space, at a
m Emonu-El Day Camp
Temple Emanu-El is now ac-
cepting registration for its Sum
mer Day Camp, which opens June
15 for its seventh consecutive
year.
The camp under the personal
supervision of Dr. Irving Lehr
man. is synagogue-centered and
places special emphasis on pro-
-ramming, with Jewish cultural
and spiritual content. Milton
Keinstein, who has served as di-
rector since the camp's inception,
announces that a well-rounded
port and athletic program will be
featured together with field trips,
ilramatics. singing and dancing.
All campers are provided with
a beverage at lunch time, as well
as a mid-morning snack, and bus
transportation to and from camp
that an extra $20.(100 would be
needed for renovation and addi
tions
Federation Approval
"Actually, we need at least 5.500
sq. ft." according to Joseph Coh
en. president of the Bureau of
Jewish Education This includes
900 sq. ft., for the Bureau's 9.000-
volume library of Judaica; 600 sq.
ft., for an auditorium; 1.200 sq.
ft., for three classrooms: 500 sq.
ft., secretaral quarters; 750 sq.
ft., three professional offices; 500
sq. ft., publications room and
storage: 450 sq. ft., rest rooms;
and 600 sq. ft., open and corridor
space.
A special committee now
studying the question, in-
?ludes Ben Zion Ginsburg, chair
man. Harry Simonhoff. Meyer A.
Baskin. Martin Fine, and the Bu-
reau's standing Building Commit
tee. with Max Meisel as chair-
man. As president, Cohen is also
a member of this committee.
Any decision the Bureau of Jew
ish Education makes will have to
be approved by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, of which it is
a beneficiary agency-
Federation officials are not
particularly happy that the Bu-
reau hopes to purchase a build-
ng now. As they see it, "it
would be unfortunate for the Bu-
reau to go into the same corner
it occupied beforean out-of-
the-way site accessible only with
difficulty by a large part of the
Jewish community."
Putting it succinctly, they are
saying: "Let's not get involved
with a lot of little buildings all
around town. What we need is a
community image."
Community Solidarity
Translated into realistic terms.
Federation is hoping to sell its
own site at 1317 Biscayne Blvd.
Then we can create a real com-
munity building of which all ol
us may be justly proud and that
would symbolize the solidarity of
Greater Miami Jewrj
Federation officials envision a
new -ito easil) accessible to all
a block or two ofl one ol the man)
expressways now crisscrossing
Greater Miami, which would in-
corporate the needs of must il nut
all ol the Jewish community
agencies.
They concede that some oj the
agencies have particular problems
that might preclude such an ar-
rangement, but they also feel that
many of them would give it ser-
ious consideration
Rental Preference
lint Cohen .>- spokesman for
the Bureau fails lo see how the
Bureau ol Jewish Education
could tit into such a plan One
casual Federation estion has
bten that the Bureau give up its
librarj Responds the Bureau
"We have discussed the mat-
ter with the Miami Public Lib-
rary, which offered a negative
responre. It is simply nor equip-
ped to catalogue or to hanrMe
Hebrew and Yiddish, which con-
stitutes almost half of the vol-
Jerry Biegel
Joins Scheaffer
E. .1. Scheaffer and Associates
Advertising Agency announces thai
Jerry Beigel has joined the firm
n an executive capacit)
For more than 20 years, Beigel
operated his own agenc) in New
York and handled major resorts,
hotels, restaurants and m rht
clubs
umes in the Bureau's collection
of Judaica. Also, survey of
distribution of books of Jewish
content at the Miami Beach Pub-
lic Library shows a very limit-
ed distribution."
And their clinching argument:
"When the Bureau donated some
300 books to the Miami Public
Library' in 'i*2- found that even
to this day they have not been
completely catalogued, and the
distribution is extremely limited."
Pointing to their own achieve
ment in this field: "Circulation of
5.000 volumes a year to 1.000 bor-
rowers at the Bureau's central
hbrarv il not a small achieve-
ment ."
What would the Federation
prefer? The answer comes in
one word: rent. "Why can't
the Bureau rent quarters for a
period of two years, until we set
if it wouldn't be preferable to
erect a new overall community
building?"
Bureau spokesmen reply that
'none ol the other agency execu-
tive would go along We think
the trend is toward decentraliza
lion Each "i us is i"11 siH'ciahz-'
i'd to be able to tultill our oftice
needs in an overall federation
Buildl
"Besides, the most .easonable
rentals, for example at the 1200
Building on SW 1st st for 5,000
sq It "I space would be over
000 annual!) It would there-
fore appear to be in the interest
of economy to purchase rather
than rent the necessai*) space In-
terest on even a S9o,ooo mortgage
at 54 percent would be about
15,000 a year The balance from
the $12,000 rental. 17.000 annually,
could be saved and applied to the
reduction of the mortgage."
Replies Federation: "No de-
cisions have been made. This
is hardly even in the committee
stage, but it continues to seem
strange to us that the Bureau
should want to rush into some-
thing so important as the pur-
chase of a new building. The
old site at 135 NW 3rd Ave. is
adequate proof that it would be
foolish to make a fast and sor-
ry decision."
Meanv hi.-, thi forcea gov-
ernment grind their wheels stead
il> Whatever the decision, the
Burea 1 of Jcwii I101 must
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April 24. 1964
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Of
Aft
efer lorah dedication was made to Mesivta of Greater
li recently by Mr. and Mrs. Max Pies (right and leit) of
fcvia. N.Y. Morris Frankel (center), of Cleveland, O., a
Boted fiiend of the Mesivta Hiqh School, is shown holdmq
tfwrHoly Scroll.
Jewish Library Gifts Volumes
Sefer Torah
Mesivta Receives
Mr. -an : Mrs. Max Pies, of Ba-
tavia. X. Y.. presented a Sefer
Torah to the Mesivta of Greater
Miami recently, at the Hebrew
Academy. 2400 Pinetree Dr.
Rabbi Morris L. Horovitz, prin-
cipal of the Mesivta, said that the
presentation of the Torah Scroll
by a eit'zen of Batavia "symbolizes
the growing national reputation of
our Mesivta High School." At pres-
ent, students at the Mesivta come
from Chicago, III.; Albany, N. Y.;
New York City; and Antwerp, Bel-
gium.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Frankel,
of Cleveland, O., who were instru-
mental in arranging for the pre-
sentation, also were honored at
the occasion. Morris and Sam
Waldman and Murray Berkowitz
were co-sponsors of the event.
K Central Library of the Bu-
Wo! Jewish Education is now
ng in creating Jewish lib-
in many areas of Greater
; according to an announce-
I by Joseph Cohen; Bureau
B Bureau h;i~ recently contri-
B over :f(K) volumes of Yid-
Bliterature to the Beach Rec-
Use ZIP Code
ederal. State and local
cies are anxious to co-
rate with the Post Office
artment and have re-
Bested the public to use
ir ZIP Code in addresses
tax returns.
|G r c a t e r accuracy and
in the dispatch and
ivery of mail is achieved
gh the use of ZIP Codes.
fcliamians desiring ZIP
Gaxie informal ion may call
I 95431 and ask for infor-
m.
reation Department to set up a
Yiddish library in .South Beach.
The Bureau also has contributed
to the libraries of Beth Torah
Congregation, B'nai Raphael Con-
gregation, and in the past contri-
buted volumes of Jewish litera-
ture to Jewish Home for the Aged,
Beth David Congregation and oth-
ers.
The growth of the Bureau's
Library has been greatly assisted
by contributions of books from
many individuals. Recently, books
have been received from Harry
Weinstein, Morris Honigbaum,
Baruch Richman and Herman Rut-
tenberg. The Bureau's Central
Library now consists of over 9,000
volumes of Hebrew, Yiddish and
English.
The Central Library circulates
over 5.000 books each year to
some 1,000 teachers, students and
general population of the Jewish
community of Greater Miami. The
library is open weekdays from 9
to 5, except for Thursday, Satur-
day and Sunday.
Mrs. Anna Sintow is librarian at
the Bureau's Central Library.
Young Scientist
To be Cited
Jack Weintraub. of Miami Sen
ior High School, is among budding,
scientists here to be presented
with a medallion by the Dade
County Optometric Association.
He will be cited for the excel- ]
lence of his exhibit at the recent
Dade County Science Fair, which
focused attention on sight conser-
vation.
Dr. Arthur Helfman. president
of the association, said the stu-
dents and their parents will be
guests at its installation banquet
in May.
Luncheon Chairman Mrs. Jean C. Lehman and Mrs. Sol Gold-
stein, program chairman of the recent Chai Lucheon, are
shown at the traditional Women's Division offair held at the
Eden Roc embellishing the theme of "Wake Up and Live and
Come to Life for the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal."
VA Office Now In New Quarters
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Friday. April 24,
Work crew wind up a busy morning of car-
washing on the parking lot at Beth David Con-
gregation. These members of the United Syna-
gogue Youth group helped pay expenses for
delegates to attend the Southeast Region USY
convention due in Jacksonville. Fla., from Apr.
24 to 26 by supporting the project. Bottom
row seated (left to right) are Judy Schiff. Shar-
on Shavin, Barbara Levine, Jeff Sager, Susan
Goldberg, Judy Falk, Debbie Kindler, Richard
Friend. Standing (left to right) are Larry Stein,
Mark Marbey, Maxine Cohen, Joe Forer, Nora
Feldman, Barbara Berke, Susan Dubrow. Lin-
da Kaplan, Bill Gompers, Arthur- Kurtz and
Robin Lundy.
AJCongress Mag
Appoints Editor
Dr. SchwarzchHd
The appointment of Rabbi Stev-
en s Schwarzchild as editor of
"Judaism," quarterly magazine
published by the American Jew-
l-h Congress, has been announced
by Dr. Joachim Frinz, president
of the Congress.
Rabbi Schwarzchild, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth El in Lynn,
.Mass., is a graduate of Hebrew
Union College and a former rabbi
of the Jewish community of Ber-
lin.
"Judaism" is a scholarly
journal "dedicated to the crea-
tive discussion and exposition of
the religious, moral and philo-
sophical concepts of Judaism
and their relevance to the
problems of modern society,"
according to the magazine's
statement of sponsorship.
The Winter 1964 issue, the first
under Rabbi SchwarzchikTs edi-
torship, will be published next
ueek, and is devoted to Biblical
themes, with articles by Benno
Jacob. Harry M. Orlinsky, Gerald
J. Blidstein. Andre N'eher, Robert
Gordis. Leo W. Schwarz and Moshe
Greenberg.
Rabbi Schwarzchild succeeds
the late Rabbi Felix A. Levy, who
1 until his death last year.
Previous editors of Judaism"
were Will Herbetg. Robert Got-
i an3 Theodore Friedman. The
izine was founded in 1952.
BABBI STEVEN SCHWARZCHILD
Optometrists List
Five Scholarships
Five scholarships in optometry.
valued up to $4,000 per award,
| will be given to qualified appli-
j cants this year.
I
Dr. Arthur Helfman. president
Of the Dade County Optometric j
Association, disclosed that the
scholarships are provided by the
State of Florida, as authorized by
Florida Statutes of 1961.
To qualify, applicants must be a
litizen and resident of Florida for
, live years and meet the require-
ments of and attend an optometric
college approved by the Florida
Stale Board of Optomctry.
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speaker from Alcoholics Anony-
Apr. 16. first annual circus with
live acts and performances by
professional entertainers took
place.
On Apr 23. the group was to
participate in volleyball as part of
its ongoing athletic program,
and on Apr. 30 a special program
on driver education will be pre-
seated with William F. Frawley,
safety education officer. Metro-
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: h Vocational Service is e-mbarkinq on a and Group Guidance Committee of the JVS
program designed to help Jewish youth Board of Directors; Jerry Carver, director, B'nai
choose their future vocations wisely. At a B'rith Youth Organization; Rabbi Solomon
Imeeung in the Day Care Room of the Jew- Schiff, president. Greater Miami Rabbinical
jish Home for the Aged, discussing the new Association; and Zvi Berger, assistant director,
Iprogram, are seated (left to right) Rabbi Allen Bureau of Jewish Education. Standing (left, to
[Ruichick, director of the Florida Region of the riqht) are Dr. Michael Goodman, executive
[United Synagogue; Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, di- director, JVS; Mrs. Ruth Rosenberg, vocational
Ixecor of the Florida Region of the Union of counselor of the agency; Burton Garr, super-
IAmerican Hebrew Congregations, Mrs. visor. Beach Branch, YMHA; and Robert For-
IChailes P. Feinberg, president of the agency; man, assistant executive director. Greater
|Mrs. Gerald Soltz, chairman of the Individual Miami Jewish Federation.
Dental Division
Of CJA Will
Hear Tufts Prof.
A lecture on "New Concepts in
Periodontics" will be delivered
by Dr. Irving Glickman, protes-
tor of periodontics. Tufts L'ni
ersity, at an evening co-sponsor-
d by tlie Dental Division of thi
,!I64 Combined Jewish Appeai
'nd Alpha Omega Fraternity, il
as announced by Dr. Richard
::. Dcutch. committee chairman.
The lecture- by Dr. Glickman.
1 foremost authority in the field,
vill take place at the Standard
,'lub, Dupont Flaza Hotel, on
Thursday evening, May 7.
Chairman of the Tufts Uni-
versity Alumni Council, Dr.
Glickman has- lectured and pre-
sented courses before dental
and medical societies through-
out the United States, Canada,
South America, Europe,, and
Israel.
Dr. Deutch announced that co-1
chairmen of the committee plan-
ning the evening are Drs. Carl
M. Baumann, Elliott Gordon,
George A. Graham, Stanford
Kane, Jack Landsberg, Jack H.
Mishkin and Mathcw Zucker-
man.
Dr. Glickman is head of the!
| Department of Periodontology |
I and research professor of Oral.
Students of the Religious School Fathology at Tufts University
of Beth Torah Congregation who, Schoo, of Dental Medicine, a;
participated m the National Bible | member of the Army Medical |
Quiz were honored recently at z^ice Advisory Committee on
a Teen-Age Model Seder conduct-; Hrewnljve Dentistry, and cn-
ed by Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz and sultant t0 tne Armefl Forces ln.
Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschcnbaum. ( stitute of Pathology. He is a
Honored were Lois Elfenbein. dipiomate of the American Board
' who placed second in the regional'. of Oral Pathology, American
finals, and the nine other stu-1 Board of Periodontology and the
dents: Annie Kay Sturman. Max i American Board of Oral Medi-
Sturman. Anne Kaskel, Patti Karp, cine. He is founder of the
Scott Choos, Herb Schimek, Marni Berkshire Conference in Period-
Taylor, Sharon Borenstein and, ontology and Oral Pathology.
UK. iK^l.vu (jLl\.KlllAN
Religious School
Students Honored
Dr. Wolf son in Talk
"Socrates and Spinoza" will be
the topic ol a lecture by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson on Thursday,
10:30 a.m., before the Spinoza
Forum for Adult Education, meet-
ing in the Auditorium of Wash-
ington Federal, 1234 Washington
Ave.
^Members of North Dade Committee for the "New Look of '64
Luncheon" of the Young Women's Division of Combined Jew-
Jish Appeal held at the Dupont Plaza Hotel recently
I are shown meeting at the Keystone Point home of Mrs.
iD. Lawrence Sherman. Among North Dade women attend-
jing he meeting were (left to right) Mrs. PhiliD b'oom. Mrs.
Bernard Yedlin, Mrs. James Rodenberg, Mrs. Pat Segall and
TMis: Howard Novell.
Renee Book. Each was awarded
copies of the Bible by the congre-
gation.
Dr. Glickman currently is |
chairman of the Alumni Council i
of Tufts University, the first |
Alexander Andron has beeir'fac- graduate of the school of dental
] ulty supervisor to this projecy medicine to hold this position. |
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.eeture Series To Start in Yiddish
Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever, spiri- Tractates of the Mishna, "The
lal leader of Agudath Israel He Klhus of our Fathers." has be-
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HjfewfcA fkridliair
Friday. April 24. ity
Mr. and Mrs. David Goodman center), are
congratulated bv their children (left), and by
Mrs. Michael Comay, wife of Israel's Ambas-
sador to the United Nations, following their
outstanding purchase of State of Israel Bonds
in honor of Israel's 16th anniversary of inde-
pendence. The Goodmans, former residents
of Toronto, have been active supporters of Is-
rael since its inception.
JWB Post Officer
Installation Here
Installation <>f officers <>t Kim-
Ida's fir>t and oldest Jewish War
Veterans Post was held recently
at Pythian Hall. 4601 W. Plagler
St.
Inducted to serve Norman Bruce
Broun Post were commander.
Ralph Rosotsky; senior vice com-
mander. Sol Koenigsberg; junior
vice commander. Julius Astra
chan; judge advocate. Kenneth
C Braidman; surgeon. Dr. Max
'i'endrich.
Chief of state, Barry Geltner;
adjutant. Abraham Marcus; quar-
termaster. Edwin L. Feibelman;
officer of the day. Sam Sredmck;
service officer. Alfred M E, Mey-
ers; inspector. Benjamin Lucoff;
historian. Jerome Sholder; liaison
cliiter. Aaron Rosenberg
Free Loan Group Installs Schwartz
Isadoi Mrarart] was wewUj binical Assoctati ..,, ..
installed presidenl of the Greater benediction an
Free Loan Associ
,,t the llth annual banquet
,,i in, tion held in the
Lombard) Hotel.
Miami Beach Melvin Richard in-
stalled Scbwarti Into his nth con-
., cutive t, nu
Others installed were Joe C.
z. Us, honorary life president. Jo-
seph Vevel, Bernard Jaffee and
Rose Siege), vice president-. Max
Rappaport. treasurer; ZelJa Kun.st,
recording secretary; Ida Ochs, fi-
nancial secretary; and Max Price,
corresponding secretary,
Board of Directors includes Hr>
Max Rappaport. Rachel SakouiU.
JfvetU Baxter, Mis. Max Kunst.
Mr.-. Rose Schwartz. Mrs Gisell.i
Pollak. Mrs Pauline Belanolf. Mrs
Ann Gerkowitz, Mr and Mrs. Ja-
cob
an,i Anna Block, Mr and Mrs
Braff Mi -mil Mrv Goodfriend,
Mr. and M Fendell, Mr and
Mrs lit-: r> Garris n Mr and Mrs
Hyman Kam, Mr and Mrs Irving
Miller, Mi ai Mrs B. Silverman,
Mr ii : Mrs II Silvi
Mr and Mrs S I Wi let Mr and
Mrs Fri I B< n stein Vli Harry
Nevelsky, Mr. and Mrs Joe Ro
tenberg Mi and Mrs Maurice
Miller, and Mr A P R
On the Credit Committei are
Morn- Eckhaus, Sam Sherman,
Hyman Chabner, Ben Silverman,
Fred Ochs, Max Rappaport and
Hyman Kam
In Charge oi the Blood Bank and
Emergency Fund is Mrs Rebecca
Gordon.
Cantor Ilirsh Marchbcin present
ed a program of Hebrew liturgical
music, Rabbi Solomon Schiff, pres
Ident of the Greater Miami Rab
Left to right are Mr. and Mrs. Milton Balsam, of Alney Letter
and Printing Service, shown with Certificate of Appreciation
awarded them at installation ceremonies of Norman Bruce
3rown Post, Jewish War Veterans. Looking on is the new
post commander, Ralph Rosofsky. The Balsams were cited for
special rendering of service to the post.
Hollywood Youths Are Bar Mitzvah
Two students of Temple Beth
S lolem Religious School, Holly-
wood, celebrated their Bar Mitt*
\.ih recently, with Rabbi Morton
Malavsky, spiritual leader of Tem-
; < Beth Sholem. officiating.
On Saturday. Mar. 7. Robert
erman, son ol Mr and Mrs. Joe
Salamon, 1627 Van Buren St.. Hoi-1
I was the celebrant, and on
Saturday. Mar. 14, Gerald Mat-
'hew, son of Mr and Mrs. Samuel
Garte. 1130 NE 204th St., became
Bar Mitzvah.
Both Robert and Gerald are ac-
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gogue Youth Group and were re-
cently honored at a Sunday morn
ir.g services and breakfast.
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Past Commanders of Miami Beach American
Legion Post 85 take time out from their festi-
vities at Legion Hall during the annual Past
Commanders Night. Seated (left to right) are
toward Gleisner. Ed Platlcin, Henry Coleman.
Maurice "Doc" Klein. Standing (left to right)
are Maurice Weinman, Nelan "Chick" Sweet.
Judge Gerald Klein. Ben Chafetz, Morris Lipp
and Constable Leonard Weinstein.
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First All-Canadian Rabbinic Con-
ference held in Ottawa in Janu-
ary, called on the Soviet Embassy
in Ottawa and was received by A.
Popov, first counsellor of the USSR
Embassy and M. Gregorovitch.
second counsellor. The Rabbinical
Conference was held under the
auspices of the Canadian Jewish
Congress.
There was a two-hour exchange
of views on the position of the
Jews in Russia in line with the
concern expressed at the Rabbini-
cal Conference that the Jews in
Russia are denied the rights
which are accorded to other re-
ligious groups and nationalities
and are prevented from pursuing
D collective Jewish life.
The delegation also discussed
the appeal made at the confer-
ence to the Soviet authorities to
allow Jews fo practice their re-
ligion; to foster their tradition,
culture and language; to allow
the production of sacred books
and articles; to permit commu-,
nication between Soviet Jewry
and their brethren elsewhere
and to allow Jews to be reunited
with thsir families in other lands
from whom they have been sep-
arated as a result of the war hol-
ocaust.
The delegation pointed out that
this would be in keeping with the
United Nations I'harter and the
Universal Declaration of Human
Rights, as well as the Soviet Con-
stitution The rabbinical delega-
tion also expressed the desire to
end a rabbinic mission to visit
with rabbis in Russia and asked
permission to send religious arti-
. cles to Jews in the Soviet Union.
The Soviet officials referred to
the ^official Soviet publication in
Canada, "Soviet Union Today,"
March issue, which contains an
article entitled, "Rabbi Honored
in Moscow." dealing with the 35th
anniversary of the Moscow Syna-
gogue and Rabbi Natan Olevsky's
90th birthday. The article points
out that Olevsky's son and grand-
son are both atheists. The maga
zine also contains an article "So-
viet Jews Need No Foreign Pro
lection" which attempts to refute
the points made by the Eirst Can-
adian Rabbinic Conference, despite
mounting evidence to the contrary
The rabbinic delegation com-
prised Rabbi S. M. Zambrowsky
Ol Montreal, chairman of the Na-
tional Religious Welfare Commit
tee of the Canadian Jewish Com-
gress; Rabbi Stuart Rosenberg of
Toronto; and Or. Samuel Lewin
ul Montreal, secretary of the Na-
tional Religious Welfare Commit-
tee.
Rabbi Zamiuou sky. who headed
the delegation, summed up the
\ sit by stating: "We can only re-
iterate what we said at the Rab-
binic Conference that we ask for
no -ppi'ial privileges for the Jews
in Russia. All we wish for is that
they be treated no differently from
Other groups in Russia; so that
they may form part of the Jewish
people and its ancient religious
and cultural tradition. We want
no part in the cold war. Our con-
11 in is purely brotherly, our in-
terest wholly human. It transcends
all political considerations and is
based exclusively on the universal
concept ol brotherhood of man and
peace."
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Friday, April 24,
1954
Coral Gables Resident Feels Former
Miami Home Has Been Greatly Improved
Plans are beinq made for the Beth David Sisterhood donor
luncheon on Thursday. Apr. 30, at the Fontcinebleau Hotel.
Theme of the affair is "How Beautiful My HeritageMy Cup
Runneth Over." Left to right are Mrs. Louis Seitlin, president
of Sisterhood; Mrs. Harry Zuckerman, recorder; Mrs. Morris
Rabinowitz, donor chairman; and Mrs. Walter Falk, co-chair-
man. They are shown wrapping English bone china cups
and saucers to be presented as gifts to the luncheon guests.
Argentine Provincial Government
Takes Steps Against Bombers
A Cora! Gables resident, who
lived in Miami's Operation Fix-Up
House at 22-3 s\v 12th St some
?;, years ago, feels "a tantastic
change" haa been made.
The city's modernization model
AJConq. Planning
Third Dialogue
By Special Report
The theme of the 1%4 "dialogue
in Israel" sponsored by the Amor
iean Jewish Congress will be "The
Issues That Unite Us." Dr. Joach-
im Prinz. president of the Con-
gress, announced this week.
The American Jewish Congress
leader said the four day meeting'
will be held in Jerusalem on Aug.
| 10 and 11 and in Haifa on Aug.
I 12 and 13. It will be the third
i successive year in which Ameri-
I can Jewish leaders meet with
their Israeli counterparts.
Dr. Prinz said he would lead
the American Jewish Congress
delegation to the 1964 "dialogue."
He reported that Moshe Sharett.
former Prime Minister of Israel
and currently chairman of the
Jewish Agency, would head the
Israeli "dialogue" team.
home is open free to the public
from l to 5 p.m. daily
The house looks so tropical, so
wide open now compared to the
closed up older >tyle." said Mrs.
Harold Cnmier. who lived there
tor about < year .with her mother. I
Vis Charles (ireenwald. and four
sisters
I "The new porch arrangement
I and the open dining area at the
Side give il a very expansive look.
1 definitely prefer it this way.
Anyone would." Mrs. C r omer
; added.
"When we were (here it was a
nice little home, fairly new. and
I .n a nicely kept up neighborhood,"
!she added.
The Greenwald family moved to
Miami from Wilmington. Del in
! the middle 20s. acci rding tt m
Cromer. She and hei husband awl
two children. Bever] and ':
now live at 12m; A:;i|0ra K *>
Coral Gables.
The City of Mia 0|
Fix-Up Committee .,
e(i by Commission! \ ,,. ( ^
v. right in an efforl to hi L
aiea*s economy.
The house, owned yrs
R. Mell. was modernized :, \1
result of a conte-i hi ,0
mittoe to fin la:
would best deni< I h casil irej
homes and buildings can be
vated.
'eno.

MENDOZA Argentina (JTA)
The Mendozj provincial govern-
ment took steps this week to pre
vent further anti-Jewish activities
of the Guardia Restauradora Na-
cionalista after three members of
the extremist nationalist group
were arrested last week on suspi-
cion of having been implicated in
the bombing of the Mendoza Jew
ish Club, the second in a month.
Police here confirmed that anti
Jewish violence was an integral
part of the program of the ex-
tremist group. In April of last
year the Buenos Aires Government
decreed a ban en the GRN as well
as the anti-Semitic Tacuara or
ganization and closed down the
headquarters of both organiza
lions. The two groups, however,
have continued to act openly, even
to the extent of claiming credit
for their activities.
In a public press conference,
spokesmen for the GRN said that
they constituted "a Roman Cath-
Pailot Off to Confab
Ror.ald Pallot. secretary treasur-'
er of Norton Tire Company, at-
tended the Southeast regional con-
ference of the B. F. Goodrich Deal-
er-" Advisory Council on Tuesday
;it Ihp Royal Orleans Hotel in
New Orleans, La.
olic apostolic group" to fight
liberalism. "We are national
' ists and attack Jews not for be-
| ing Jews but for being Commun-
i ists," they declared.
The Egyptian Embassy in
Beunos Aires issued a communi-
que that Hussein Triki. who has
I been distributing anti-Semitic pro-
i paganda on behalf of the Arab
league, is net affiliated with
I Egypt's diplomatic mission in this
I country.
The communique also disclaim
| ed responsibility for the activities
I of Raul Hasson. who has been
helping Triki in his work.
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Weli
s
ions
S,
[c.UOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ivr
. Ortnodox. Habbi Isaac Evr
i i". R.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m.
Who Htandi < >ul an a Mod-
I .,; I lul new -i11-1 1'urltj '.'" Bar
Stephen, -hi of .Mi. and
. Iii-iijaniln Carp,
----
IAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TiON. r-f5 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
ICarltOr l*ra#l Keishner.
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IrsSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Iconservativa. Rabbi Abraham Sch-
v.Ji tz.

JETM OAV.O. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
j sni v.itive. Raboi Norman N. Shapiro.
| i tor William W L'pson.
|i in ."-iitnnlay a.m.
Mluvnh: Andn Buum, won '
iiiiU \ii-. V'lrtor Levinc.
lETH EL. 500 SW 17tn ave. Orthodox.
IRaobi Solomon Schiff.
Bin! 8:15 p.m. Saturday > ;'.i> a.m.
r Mflsvab: .liiinu- Allan, son of Mr.
Ml -.. ilillii-l-t S.li.llihall-

LTH rSRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox.
|Rabbi H. Louis Rotiman.
ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.

ETH KODESM 1101 SW 1ith ave.
iModern Traditional. Rabbi Max
ISh.ipno. Cantor i"red Bernstein.
fcinla) vi:, am. Sermon: "ivaUi
- Hollneu

|ETH MObHt CONGREGATION.
J36J0 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
abbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman
r"ein.
H:I5 p in. Guaat speaker,
Him I:..-*-, vicu president, frrlvnda,
1.1.-i.i. in. -nu People Speak.
.. "SuliMdiPact ami Fiction."
p^ Shubbal h.i-i.il by Dlaterhood,
'} H: 13 a in Bar Mltsvah:
Bkin, -.11 ni .Mi ami Mrs, alorrln
jui'l -Inn.
|TH RAPHAEL. 130 NW 3rd ave
ithodox. Ralph Kneger, seer* !
y-
.----
TH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
liooox. Rabbi Joseph E. Raxkovsky
ITH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
|ve. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
chitz. Cantor Ben.Zion Kirschen.
t,
8 ami 8:13 p.m. Sermon: '
\>v> to h. Little in a Bl| World."
Mllzvah: Handy, daughter of Mr
Mr-. Irving Knmt'i. Saturday I
II in, Car Miuvith: Mark, sun '
LM' and Mi-. Flunk Haddad.
--------
|AI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
onservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
|antor Jack Lerner.
* l" p.m. Sermon "Whj We
hiiturday H:30 a.m. Bar
r> Marsh ill. .-"ii "f Mr and
. vmour Jaffe
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kGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51SI
Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
sfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
8:15 |i m Sermon: "Teaeh-
iln \"..iit.i.'" (iiiea Shablini hoat- '
ij >.-i. :ii.....i iii li......r -if Rabbi
Mi Louis Wrln ho are mow
Saturday 9 m. Bai
r.\.i li I l.r in..11 Nathan, -"ti < Ml
Mr- Moirki llrody.
LAL'DERDALfc EMANU-EL. "801
Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
iciia'-o M. Leviton.
---- ----
tAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Se' urdai 8 ln
II i Hish Price for Sanc-
M li hi i .i in l :.u Mltt-
M.i -,.n .1 Sa|| ami Mi II. -
-
IFSETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave
(Orthodox Rabbi David Lemfield.
"antor Abraham Seif.
----.----
IIAMI DEACH ETZ CHAIM. 1544
[Washington ave Orthodox. Rabbi
Ib'inam Strassfeld.
----
IINVONAIRES CONGREGATION.
[3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
----
IEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr.
[Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
|nian.
e
ILTHWE5T CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
crvices
*
J his UJechend
Lehrman.
i'i u.aj**imiu
Cantor Hirsh Adler.
Ii.ni Saiiinlay 9 "JTin.
CANDUUGHTING TIME
12 Iyar 6:29 p.m.
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
V...IO.
r* Ida i II Ml .....I R:IS p.m. Sermon:
What Bverj Je Musi Kxpeet."
ti...... ..i> a a.in.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Coilu.s Mve. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
miaa.
l-'i Idas 8 p.in. Satui daj II '..i a in
.-. nu.m: "Assimilation."
TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN 102?
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantoi
Maurice Neu.
Friday ii:.!ii ami BUS p.m. Sermon:
"IntermiiirlastA Threat to Sur-
vival." lias Mitsvah: (oil, iluiiKlu'cr
of Mr. and Mrs. Hanford lii-lliun.
satunlai 8:43 a.m. Sermon: "A
Chosen People." liar Mltsvah: Bruce,
-"ii "i" Mi ami Mr.-. Larry Perlowln,
TEMPLE BETH AM. 59M N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
I'riiiav 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Reform
Practicu an.I Jewish Law." Satur-
''ay II a.m. Uar Mlizvah: Bruce,
son of Mr. anil Mrs. John A Cavoti.
e-----
TEMPLE BETH SH'RAH. 750O SW
120 thSt. Reconstruction.*!. Rabbi
Morns Skop. Canlor Herman Gott-
lieb.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chasi
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh
Cantor Dsvid Convisr
l i-iilai 8:is p.m. Sermon: "The
truest for Jewish Identity." Batur-
fay 10:43 a.m. Mar Mltsvah: James,
son of Mi ami Mrs. James II....:
Mark, -..n of Mrs. l-.nl BotTen.
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TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38.
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex-
ander Cohen.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 Nv\
22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S
M. Machtei.
TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St
Meloim. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacop Bornstein.
i"ii.ia\ vr, p.m. Sermon: "Hid ;
t hiMise i he Jem
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca
I Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards
Friday -K. p.m. Pulpil ruest, Rb-
li li. in -i- ivel. i Inea Shi.....al ill
'"How >.! \ [ees,
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st
Conservative. R.iud. Mayer Moram
owilz. Cantor Edward Klein.
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TEMPLE NER TAM.D. 80th st. am
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi
tionai. Rabbi Eugene Laboviti
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabb
Samuel April. Cantor Gerohon Levir
: Tri.ia\ >::: p.m. Serai..... "A Tribute
I to t>ii>-Teachers." Saturda) 11:45 a.m.
. I.in Mltsvah: Mare, xon of Mr, and
; Airs. All. ha. I Saaioe.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MiAMi
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab
bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chel
Gale.
T'rlday 8:13 p.m. Al Oneg Sbabbat
following services, Rabbi Lowy will
review "The Quest for a Dream,"
by John P, Roche. Saturday n a.m.
Bar Mltsvah: Stephen, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Herman.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 85
Flamingo Way. Conservati.-e. Rabb
Hyman Gross.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks
Cantor Ben Dickson.
I r rldaj 8:13 p m. Quest speaker, Abe
Mann.- ..f the Jewish War Veterans,
I Topic: "Oerman Nazis Llvlna I'nder
'he Pi.......i|..n of the I'nlted States."
I Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: How to
he n lli.lv People in our Modern
World." I'.il Mitzvah: ilarv Spats,
son ,.f Mr. an.I Mis Richard M.
Qillaspy.
TEMPLE ZIOi^. d/20 SW 17th at
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax
man. Cantor Leo Driich
| KrUlaj ^:::"> p.m. New Slsterh.....I of-
ficers will i... Installed. Saturday 8
a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Bruce, son of
Mr. an.I Mrs. i leorRe Hornlk.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miam
. Conservative. Rabbi Henr>
Wernick.
I'*i iila> s::n p.m. Sermon: ^"Concen-
trated J'tdalsm." Kn'lowlna .-
vice Rabbi Wernick will install Sis-
terhood officers. Saturday 9 a.m
termnn: 'Tin- Portion ..f tne Week."
Bar Mltsvah: Steven, son of Mr, and
i Mr.-. Abraham itui.in.
---- ----
YOUNG ISRAci.. use, NE 171 at
rirthor'ov Rabbi sthsr****" S'n.h-
'Friday S:1S p.m. Saturday 8 .. m
S........1 "Poi ti..ii ..I the Week."
Batya Chapter of Mizrachi Women's Organization of Amer-
ica were entertained at a membership luncheon at the new
home of Rabbi and Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan recently. Ar-
rangements committee included Mrs. Alex Shayowitz, pres-
ident; Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan, hostess; and Mrs. Selig Paiken
and Mrs. Joseph Gropen, co-hostesses. Not shown are Mrs.
Simon April and Mrs. Harry Lerner. Featured were a new
movie from Israel, "Marching Toward Tomorrow," and the
Israeli folk singer, Yehudi Segal. Mrs. Alfred Stone is Miz-
rachi coordinator for Florida.
Yom HaMoreh To be Celebrated
Codes of Ethical Behavior
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By RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN
Temple Adath Yeshurun
The free air we breathe and
the free society In which we live
have often left many fleople con-
fused ami bewildered on the
meaning of freedom. To these
people, freedom means the right
to choose whatever part of it
thc> want and reject what they
(hint want Their interpretation
of freedom is proscribed by their
own personal interests and emo-
tional involvement.
A nation that tampers with the
basic laws that guarantee free-
dom ultimately looses its free-
dom.
The people who are behind the
many amendments to make
Bible leading and recitation of
prayers legal in our public
schools are emotionally misguid-
ed people. They see freedom
from a narrow, self-interest point
of view.
There are many Jews who sec
religion in the same way. They
i elate religion to themselves
only and accept or reject what
suits them best. I have heard i
these people argue that tradi-;
tionai .lews are the slaves of re-
ligion, They have no free Choice
whatsoever. Like the vassals ofj
a dictator, they follow orders.
Strangely enough, these same
people who reject the Schulchan
Arueh as the authority on Jew-
ish law, accept without question
the "Book of Codes" by Emily
POSl They prefer to be slaves
of convention rather than ser-
vants of God. For them, it is
a greater calamity to place the
fork at the right side of the plate
than to consider kashruth and
t el ill in as the law of God.
I National celebrations of Yom
j HaMoreH. National Jewish Teach-
i ers Day. will be held during the j
Jewish festival Lag B'Omer, which
occurs this year Apr. 30. Teach-
I ers in the Jewish schools of,
Greater .Miami will be honored
throughout the area.
A special celebration of Yom
HaMoreh will take place at the
general membership meeting of
the Bureau of Jewish Education j
to be held on Tuesday, May 12.
at the Auditorium of Temple Me-
norah. The Bureau will pay spec-
[ ial tribute to Hebrew teachers in
the community who have given
seven years of service to their
profession.
The Bureau's Board of License
will also publicly distribute li-
censes to new teachers. Elec-
tion of 'Bureau officers will be
held. Joseph Cohen, Bureau
president, will conduct the meet-
ing.
On Sunday. May 3, a special
broadcast for Yom HaMoreh will
be heard on the "Still Small
Voice" program of the Greater
Miami Habbinical Association at .
10 a.m: Rabbi Morton Malavsky,
of Temple Beth Sholem of Holly-
wood, will introduce the program.
Louis Schwartzman, executive
director, will interview Hero! Hon-
or, president of the Jewish Educa-
ton Council; Rabbi Shimon Azu-
lay, president of the Hebrew EJu-
cators Alliance; and Mrs. Joshua
Stadlan. former president of the
Hebrew Teachers Association.
The program will also include a
Jiarration on the life of the famous
r..hbi of the Middles Ages. Saadia
the Gaon.
Youth Advisors
Form Association
Thirty volunteers who serve as
advisors to the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization groups kicked off
their newly-formed Advisors Asso-
ciation at the Biscayne Terrace
Hotel last week.
First Institute was chaired by
Mrs. Tammy Guberman. advisor
to Topai BBG, who has served in
that capacity for the last five
years.
Keynote address was given by
Jerry Carver, District *B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization direc-
tor, whose speech dealt 'th
"Helping Young People to Grow
and Mature in a Troubled So-
ciety."
Advisors who make up the iol-
unteer corps working with the
more than 1.000 teen-agers in Dade
County then broke into discussion
groups.
Mrs. Henry Steinhauser, presi-
dent B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion Board, presented cards on
behalf of the B'nai B'rith for out-
standing advisor service to those
present.
B'nai B'rith Youth groups I i
Aleph Zadiek Aleph. for boys, and
B'nai B'rith Girls
RABBI JONAH CAPLAH
bound by codes
What can be more absurd than
to regard the word of Emily
Post as more sacred than the
word of the Bible?
Sedlik Elected
Lifetime Officer
Earl D. Sedlik, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Sedlik, 221 SW 48th
Ave. has been elected a lifetime
officer of the class of 1964 at
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,
Troy, NY. He will serve as pres-
ident of the class.
A senior majoring in engineer-
ing science. Sedlik is a member
of White Key Society, Phalanx,
Who's Whe Among Students, and
Phi Sigma Delta, social fraternity.
He was president of his fresh-
man and sophomore classes.

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FridY. April 24, isj,
Soviet Magazine Article Troves'
Religious Jews Are Not Subject to Bias*
,h *>vi.t
la
\i:\\ YoKK-i.lTA A feature mon in which he Pur
article, obviously intended to how said: "We Jews ;n
thai religious Jews in the Soviet Union ar,
I'nion are not subject to discrim- _... ... ns
, i motherland
ination, appeared las! weekend in
-USSR." an illustrated English- In hi* denunciation of tt
language monthly magazine pub- as "hypocrisy ; Jrllf'e
lished b) the Soviet Embassy in '
Washington, it was immediately lac* "1;" !l I -,--
en to cover up the tact fiat the pn"l,ed "Judaism VVithou, eS
............................. _.. ishment," deri
Washington. It was immediately '"" ">e I
haracterized by L S Sen. Jacob *camy . Javits, as 'hvpoerisV intend- .. \la,,an.tI a"' &
d to cover up the fad that the """' J^'.sm Without zZ
Soviel authorities practice and en- ,shment- deriding ih. ]
courage disriminations against 'g,t" a"d.a*
Jew. especially in the religious n ,hc fT "
and cultural fields speculation ,., maU
The Louis Pallots celebrate their 40th anniver- main office. Shown (left to right) are Norton
scry in business at the Norton Tire Company Pallot. president; Howard Katzen, vice presi-
in South Florida with "Pop" Louis Pallot cut- dent; Mrs. Katzen; Louis Pallot and Mrs. Pal-
ting the "birthday" cake. The scene was the lot; Mrs. Norton Pallot; and the S. Ronald Pal-
recent opening of a new 10,000 sq. ft. ware- lots. The company is reported to be the big-
house at 53rd St. and 27th Ave., adjoininq the qest B. F. Goodrich dealer in the nation.
Citizens Federal Opens Expanded Hialeah Facilities
A new 60-seat Civic Center and
ixpanded facilities for customer
service were previewed last week-
end following ribbon-cutting cere- .-W< are flighted hv the pros-
monies attended by some 5.000 pt,c, for continuing sound develop-
area residents at the main office ment of our .,rca-s economv and
of C itizens Federal Savings and thl. privilege to contribute to its
Loan Association of Hialeah. stability "
in addition to u,e civic Center, Ribbon-cutting ceremonies start-
new faciliy houses the sav i a three-week celebration ... the
s institutions IBM systems, in.' main ,,,, and ,,.,,, s
ternal aud.t department, and Branch of Citizen- Federal Sa*
somewhat earlier than original-
ly contemplated," said Citizens
Federal President David Stuzin.
counts. Combined assets today
exceed $45 million.
and cultural fields,
The article in "USSR," entit-
led "Rabbi Honored in Moscow,"
is illustrated with a full-page
portrait of Rabbi Natan Olevsky,
90-year-old leader of the Mary-
ina Roscha Synagogue, a house
of worship in a Moscow suburb.
According to the article, the
synagogue celebration was at-
tended by leaders of "other con-
gregations in the capital and
representatives of the Israeli
Embassy." Rabbi Olevsky is re-
ported having delivered a ser-
thievery, deception, "debr. ^
Asserting that the "USS
tide is full of ''falsehoooV-
Javits declared "These ti ...uS
need to.be dissect,,: Bui
Semitism of 'Judaism With i
belhshmenf demands an 'JZ.
of pain and prote-i He J
that the pamphlet, pcoZ
Jewi "in traditional, anthSetS
stereotypes," wa published !
n.ternal conaumpti n wnile Z
"USSR" article was iss
foreign reader- ... Soviet ml
panda.
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comptroller's office
"The steady growth in custom-
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Visitors to both offices were
given commemorative souvenirs,
and a chance to win several prizes,
including grand prize of a 17ft.
IMC Cal Cay skiff, by correctly
estimating savings in a giant
transparent treasure chest in the
institutions main office. An iden.
tical ehe-i was in the Palm Springs
branch.
Second and third prizes were
50,000 Top Value -tamps, and a
IH-in. Zenith portable television
set.
Citizens Federal Savings mov-
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in January, 1957. In March,
1960, the branch office at Red
Rd. and West 49th St. was open-
ed.
The institution was chartered in
March. 1952, and opened with
S;50.000 in charter savings ac
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Col Blum lives at 5851 No. Bay
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vJmisli fhrUku
Page 11-C
,a
ndidates Offer Qualifications in May 5 Race
I irtial lisl ol i ai didati runn ng for office
i. (For further listings, see oth< i ectu ns
in II
Hugh F. DuVal Florida's rising number ol
nted by Gov. LeRoy Col- it'zens We should also
unexpired term aslish a permanent State
ill. Peace in 1955. Hush Board of qualified
senior
estab-
Road
engineers, and
I hope lo bo instrumental in in-
creasing the number ol Btate
agencies to locate in Dade Coun-
ty," Renick adds.
For the young people of the
community. Renick will strive "to
nine years in office. Judge provide additional vocational high
has heard approximately schools to encourage dropout stu-
rases, ranging from misde- dents to continue their schooling
- and felonies up to and :n fields to which they are most
_ first degree murder. suited, and procure an after-care
.1 was elected to the post
again in i960 and is now
reelection to the office in
-t District, one of the most
Peace Justice Districts
County. \
active service in the U S, Navj.
"I will nol ei age in anj other
business or proh ssion during my
term ol office as constable," says
Clein.
"1 consider the function of the
constable's office as primarily to
Berve civil papers and as an arm
and aid to the Justice of the Peace
Court, and that is the way I plan
to discharge my duties."
scr bills tor better reapportion-
ment, minimum wage law and
equal paj for women."
Martin P. Shachat
Nov Judge <>t Dade County
.Small Claims Court, Judge Mar
tin P. Shachat oilers "my experi-
ence, integrity and proven abil-
ity" 111 ln bid to remain in his
present post,
Maxine E. Baker A 1951 graduate ol the Univer-
Incumbent Maxine E. Baker, "tv "f Miami Law School. Shachat
seeking reelection as State Repre- served as No- -^liil"11 Beach Muni-
sentative in Group 14. served in!c'Dal J"<'gc trom 1953 to 1955 and
the 1963 session as a member of aZain from 1958 to 1960 Since his
appointment to the bench in 1983.
mer president of the Jus- program to see that our problem tee on MentalHealthMd Retarda- he'say's"'"l "have heard" more than
ii i i >i i t 11 i*. In 'i. \ti li-vi,\ i lulu .... i .. > *> > ____
lie Peace Constable s Asso-
"Judge DuVal is the only
lustice who holds court five
week and in addition holds
Saturdays and nights on
icy maiters." according
p porters,
youth released from state reform- ,:#>11 .,,, .... ... SAM rases"
atones are watched so that they ,', ,i "I? "^
fon'l fall back into the same en- V," '"i .Se.k'ng f T^*" A veteran .
Dick Renick
I Da le County Cor
Dick Renick is campaign-
the House of Represents
i oup .">. An independent
'i and film producer, the
Democrat pledges "to en-
the television and film in-
I come to Florida to estab-
dios for year-round addi-
mployment."
k's platlorm includes "full
of Interama to promote
I tourism, statewide auto-
inspections, required now
Dade County, to help curb
fatalities and strengthen
state laws pertaining to
- and drunk driving viola- j Faircloth i
torney
- time." Renick believes,
\e increase benefits lor
sional re-districting in Florida.
She pledges "to continue her
work toward a bold new approach
to mental health, for child welfare
better care for the aged, acquisi-
tion of State park- and recreation
areas and exploration of all pos-
sible means of preventing waste
in slate government."
Mary Ann Mac Kenzie
in announcing her candidacy for
reelection to the House of Repre-
sentatives, Mary Ann Mac Keii/ie
says "I have decided to go back
to Tallahassee to carry on the pro-
inal warrants have been served grams which I have been working
from my office," Mrs Hardison 'or-
states. | "I sincerely feel that I can do
1 more for our children and youth
Earl Faircloth j on a state level and with my past
A practising attorney for the | experience in the legislature
past 14 years, 43-year-old Earl should accomplish much in this
vironment."
Thelma R. Hardison
Appointed to fill her nusband's
1 ii i spired term as constable when
be was killed in.1951. Thelma R.
Hardison was returned to the 'of-
fice in District 3 in 1952, 1956 and
I960.
A native Floridian, 39-year-old
Mrs. Hardison disc hai ges her du
ties with the help ol two <'\; sri
enced deputies and a radio patrol
car which she provides
"In the 13 years of my tenure,
8.000 civil claims and 19.000 cum
of Worl.l War II. Judge
Shachat serves as president of
North Miami Beach Blood Bank
and is a member of the Florida.
American, Dade County and North
Dade B ir \ isociations.
Wco-V Hampton
Woody Hampton, who served
North Miami as city manager l"i
four years and Miami as assistant
city manager, i- on the campaign
trail for Congressman from the
3rd District.
In qualifying, Hampton stal
"We need ,i man from District
"North Dane, who will be a I
representative ol all the people in
area; a man who Will -
in touch with the need- and fei
ings ol the people in his district."
Hampton holds a BS in
Government, did graduate work at
the University of Miami and holds
an LLB from Vanderbilt I niver-
sity.
Leonard O. Weinstein
Leonard O. Weinstein, constable
seeking reelection in the Fifth Dis
trict. is being supported in hi;
current campaign by the newly
formed Women's Committee for
Leonard Weinstein
A spokesman for the group stat-.
ed. "We are confident that Con-
stable Weinstein will be returned
to office because he has proven
himself an extraordinary capable
public official."
on the proposal before the
Miami Beach City Council to
change the name of Third St., 00
South Beaeii. to Marcie I.iherma.i
St., Weinstein said, "I've known
Marcie Liberman for many year-,
and I think this would be a w n
derful way for the City of Miami
Beach to honor M rcie's 19 years
ol dedicated service."
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Chosen last year to receive the
Allen Morris Award "as outstand-
ing first-term member of the Fior-
ina House of Representatives."
Faircloth served as chairman of
the Florida Committee for Fair
Representation in 1959.
"He wa- also among the leaders programs,
ii the effort to get a public vote -------
mi the S125 million university ex <
pansion proposal," according to
hi- suportcrs.
Joe Clein
Native Miamian Joe Clein. 32.
lays he will be "a full time con-
stable if elected to that post in
District 5."
Clein received his early educa-,
tion in Miami Beach, has a degree I
in sociology from the University
of Miami and saw two years of I
field."
Currently practicing law with
her husband. Donald, Mrs Mac
Kenzie states. "I stand on my rec-
ord of voting against discrimina-
tory taxes. I shall continue my,
fight for better mental health and
welfare programs, for vocational-
technical training schools and
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Friday. April 24. !3#
Hto a/i Erf/a $100,000 Means
Continued from Page 1-C
Miami community, a request it
has been unable to fill previous-
ly.
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The Defense Front
tour < immunitj rela-
. -. sored by the
ish community, which seek to
M engthen Jewish values, work
foi the human rights ar.d dignitj
oi all minorities, and equal em-
ploymenl opportunities, the addi-
tional funds the} will receive from
Federation is of vital importance
to their programs These agencies
are the American Jewish Con
.:<-- American Jewish Commit-
iee, Anti-Defamation League ana
the Jewish War Veterai
For the National Council of
Jewish Worrier., successful attain-
ment of the goal will mean ad-
diticnal opportunity for the re-
ception and resettlement needs
ot Jewish families coming to
Miami from Latin America and
from countries overseas.
n the Uni-
versity Miami Hi!
[ a successfu
pi will : rufest through
Federation's support of an addi-
tional member to help plan acth
ity programs and oifer counse!-
: in the many phases of col-
legiate and academic life which
are vital to the welfare of the
student.
Aid 1o Servicemen
For the Jewish Welfare Board
program on behalf of servicemen.
i Horn, rtead Air l
lj and in -
ntrj and
seas, a help
'
.', ..- and the::
'
cd in prior years by I
For
tors of 1

its agei
year v ill sem over ;
In -
IA
can;.- I im| rtancj
, rnmigrating and ab-
sorbing Jewish men. women and
childr. Israel will be aided
b> the camp.;
Examples of the way in which
the addtional money will be spenl
is illustrated by the following:
$1,020 will enable the Jewish
Agency, one of the agencies of
the United Jewish Appeal, to
bring an immigrant family of
four to Israel and provide relief
while in transit.
$99 will buy a month of hot
lunches, provided by the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, another
agency of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, for a class of 30 Jewish
school children in a North African
country.
These and many other vital
human needs in the community
and throughout the world can be
better and more effectively met
if the Combined Jewish Appeal
goal of $1,386,500 is realized
Inspin
HARRY MIZRACH
Mizrach inspires
Mercantile Unit
Among leaders of the Mere
tile Division drivi >n behalf of
Combined Jewish ,|ar
ry Mizrach, presidi .1 i Kin-
Hole. Inc., who mi ,.. jJJJ?
man of the Appeal Group.
Division Co-Chaii t^m
Brooks, vice pn Bur
(One's, and William S Ruben, vice
I resident oi J< r ai Marsh, cited
Mizrach a- "an ', ,
unteer on behalf k^'cob,
bined Jewish App
"In addition to n -<, a
parel Group to m
i a< h has taki n
from his 1
the work of Coml li
peal and obtain ; \
annual campaign fn m hi< members in the apparel imtotrr
here in Miami.'' according to Dr
Irving Lehrmau. I9l I CJA :;
man.
Btt(
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Evening of Tribute to Honor
Combined Jewish Appeal Workers j
Joai
S Ul
An evening of tribute honoring
the dedicated Combined Jewish
Appeal campaign workers in all
major devisions will take place at
the Imperial House. 5255 Collins ;
Ave on Wednesday evening. Apr.
2?. at 8 p.m.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. 1964 cam-
paign chairman, issued the invita-
tion to workers and leaders of the
campaign to be his guest at the
Evening of Tribute at which Dr.
Lehrman hopes to be able to an-
nounce that the campaign is mov-
ing steadily toward its goal of
rst
$1,386,500. a figure $100,000 i* <
than was raised J
CJA's 57 agencies lr. the V.:.-|U3
community, nationally, ugfl
throughout the world. "net
Workers in the Trade*. Protoffl
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Sherwin Stauber, of Young Israel Congregation, and
H. Louis Rottman, of Beth Israel Synagogue, congrat-
tabbi David Lehrfield (center) on the recent installation
lechitzah" in Kneseth Israel Congregation. The rabbis,
Br with Rabbi Phineas Weberman, of Ohev Shalom
sgue, are members of the Orthodox Rabbinical Council
iter Miami, and met with the officers of Kneseth Israel
jation to plan the project.
Iwill Plans Valuable Building
of Goodwill Industries)
imously elected Sen. Har-
"ain, vice president of j
federal Savings and Loan
on. as its general chair.
a program which will re-
nancial support of Dade
- for acquiring a build
(iniii Miami Ave former
the Miami Herald.
ted .lame- A. Ryder
\. Perry, two of the ori
p rporaton of the local
. as associate chairmen
ttort to secure $400,000 in
pledges to meet capital
Including equipment and
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Clip thi advertisement and
turn it with your check or
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One Norway Street
Boston, Mats. 021 IS
some building alteration.
Commenting on the fact that
Goodwill was able to purchase the
recentl> -appraised S900.000 build-
ing for only S325.00O. Sen. Cain
said: "This is a project which 1
believe the citizens of the area
mII welcome warmly, offering, as
it does, an opportunity to purchase
these capital nei ds .it a time when
iverj dollar buys marly three dol-
lars worth of building and i
met i."
The Goo Iwill program meel its
own operation cost by means of
repair and sale of discarded mat-
erials by handicapped men and
women, conducts no annual fund
solicitation, helps the workers be-
come tax payers instead of tax
users, and in this program "asks
support to meet only capital
needs." Sen. Cain said.
This Emblem
Identifies Your
Welcome Wagon
Sponsors*f5\
Grossman, Solomon, 16, of B818 Car-
lyle Ave died Apr. 13. Riverside.
AXELROD, Mas. Basher, W44 j\V
""til St. Services In N, w Yolk.
Riverside.
AVAN, Itlzk, 67. of 2236 HW 3rd Ave.
Services 111 Will. I, mil. Man, Itiv-
ralde.
COHN. Michael, 71, of !>"" Euclid
Ave. Riverside.
RlCHMAN, Mrs. Anna, 7". ol 7886
Crespl Blvd. Services in New
York. Riverside
BERKOWITZ. Bather, B8, ..f SOI NW
38 th Ave., died Apr. in. Cordon,
FREIDENREICH. Julius. 71, of 1361
Euclid Ave., died Aprl. 16. River-
| side.
| ClMPEL, Louis. T!. ni 17.'.:, Wash-
Ington Ave ill.a Apr. in. Service!
Iii Long Island, N.Y. Riverside.
MITNICK. .Mrs. Teddy, 58, of 1035
Bth St., died Apr. it. Riverside.
PRIGORSKY. Joseph, 46, of 860 XW
2nd St., died Apr. ii. Gordon.
SLEWETT. Philip, s:i. of ISC l!'th
St.. ,i.,,i Apr. |j. Riverside.
GOLDMAN. .Mux, <:',, of IT, E. Ban
Mario Dr. Services In New York.
Riverside.
koock. Michael J.. "6. of nr, col-
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posnansky lira. Bernlce, 40, of
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WASSERMAN, Albert, 63, of 4X23
Collins Ave. bervloea in Washing-
ton, D.C. Riverside.
hALPERIN. Ida, 72. of 162 N\V 21th
St., died Apr. 12. Qordon,
MESSING, -Mrs Frieda, vs. of 33.")
S\V |2Ul Ave., died Apr 12. Rlv-
el side,
SUSSMAN, Mrs. Minna. 65, of 826
Pennsylvania Ave., died Apr. 11.
i:i\ i ralde.
rifkin. Jennie, of 1061 Collins Ave.
New man.
TEITELBAUM. Louis, 68, ,.| 641
ruli St. Rlversldi
chasin. Mrs. Minna, mother of
Ni i el "i ..in. ii. .in.i .1 vi in. i \ is-
jtor ioi iii,- past ; y, urs, died at
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HERSH. Henry A. :,7. of 960 Wesl
Ave.. .li.il Apr. 7. Riverside.
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Magnolia Rd., died Apr. | R|Vi i -
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kane, Harry s., 69, of Huntlngton,
NY. died Apr 7. Services m New
> ork i'..\ rside.
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Coin I Way. Services in Brooklyn.
Rlvi rside.
RABINOWITZ, Albert, 71, of 33.'.
Ocean Dr. Services In Brooklyn.
Gordon.
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l:lth St. Services In Trenton, .v.I.
Riverside.
wirth. Moaes, 73. of 800 Collins
Ave. Services in New fork. Qor-
don.
CAMNER. Sally. 56, of 74U1 SW 68th
si. Qordon.
EICHENBAUM, Mrs. Ethel, .,7. ..f
- 619 Meridian Ave., died Aprl 8.
Riverside.
KANE. Harry S., ill', died Apr. 7.
Ui\ eralde.
KLUGELMAN. William F. 78, of 27
NW 4th PI., died Apr. 7. River-
side.
GREENBERG. Mllford. S3, of 2860
Magnolia Rd., died Apr. H. River-
slde,
ascher. Michael, 74. of 4121 Indian
Creek Dr. Riveralde.
BOYLE. Stewart Salmon. 69, of 1!>I4
N. Michigan Ave., died Apr. 7.
Riverside.
GR.FF, Harry. 7S. ,,f 1ST? NIC 4th
Ave, Qordon.
LAVENTHAL. Max. 7". of 710 Mich-
igan Ave. Newman.
MILITZKIS. Mrs. Nina, ::>. of 34!'
i i in I ir. r.l.uik.
ackerman. Sherman, ",!'. of 8701
Collins Ave. Services iu Milwau-
kee Riverside.
BROWN. Harold, 58. ,.f 800 Dade
Blvd. Newman.
COLDSMITH. Mrs. Val. 66, Ol 1625
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u a r i e s
''.'Mips Ave, Service! In Clevelani
.\. a man.
KWOC2KA. Mis. Rita, 66, of Mfi NE
70th St. Sei-vices In Brooklyn. Riv-
e rside.
RADERMAN. Max. 7:1. of 944 Col-
lins Axi'. Services In New York.
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WABER. Louis, 7\ of 800 S. Shore
l r. Services In Philadelphia. Blas-
berg,
Shapiro, Mrs. Lena, 7". of 2461 s\v
14th St. Kervlces in Bridgeport,
Conn, i lord.in.
SiROT, Wolf, 87, of 161 NB 62nd Bt
Services in Newark. Riveralde.
BRICKNER. Louis, 76, of 11454 Nor-'
mainly Dr., died Mar. II, River- '
aide.
KAY, Mrs. Cassie I.. IL of 120 S... '
Shore in-., died Mar. :;i Services
in Pittsburgh. Riveralde,
BQYARSKY, Meyer, 69, of 1"."1 Col-
lins Ave. Services in New York.
Riveralde.
GOLDFARB, Bamuel, 75, of 172" Col-
lins Ave. Bervicea In Osslnlng,
N.Y. Riveralde,
GARRON. Louis, of 2181 SW Ith St.,
.ii. .1 Apr. I. Cordon.
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Firms of prestige in the business
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firm; interested in
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HI 8-4994
NOTICE UNDER
FXTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HRRKRV. fJlVBN that
the undersigned, deslrlnii to > ii-:.iu.'
In business under the fictitious name
nf RAT.MAR VPARTMENTS at 6805-
07 \i.i..ii Avenue, Miami Beach, In-
trn.is i.....Fclstei said name with the
i' i k of the ''in nit Court of I 'a.l.-
County, l Inridn.
MARTHA MALI.AN
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
mi Alnsley HidR.
4/17-24. 3/1-S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 62889-C
IN RE: Estate of
K.-Tll.l. B. SPARKS
I receased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona ii;n -
Ing Claims or Demands Agulnst Said
Batate:
Y..ii are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and do- ;
mands whlrh you ma) have against
the estate of kstii.i. i-:. SPARKS,
deceased Ii......I Dade County, Klor-
ida, t" the County Judges of Dade
County, and fIK- the same In duplicate
and a- provided In Section 733.16
Plorl Iii SCttuti's, In Hi- ii tifl
in v Com house In i 'iidi i "otii
Ida, within nix nontha
irom the time > the flri
' I h. i ': I !, ,1
W
: '., II, '. I I, 1984
LOl'lH Mi.. ,! \\
1 uor ol
Br
I
. h da.' ul April
MYERS, m:i.M \., ,v KAPLAN
nan
ail,in. > s for Exei ulor
1150 S W. 1st St., Miami. Fin.
4/17-24, ", I-*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62676 A
IN RE: Betate of
.MiiRlilS M BARRI >N
11,. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Creditors and \u Persons Hav-
Int claims or 11 in.mils Against Said
Estate:
You Hrt- Hereby notified nnd re-
qulred t> preaenl any claims and de-
mands wlik'h you may have against
Hi. estate of MORRIS M BARRON,
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, ami file the sain,- In duplicate
and as provided in Section 7:i3.ii>.
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the i'.,uni\ Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
i rom the time of the first publlcatl in
hereof, or the -amp will be haired.
Haled at Miami, Florida, this 14th
day of April, A.D. 1664.
MARY HAItm IN
As Executrix
BIMON, HAYS A. c.RI'NDWERi;
Attorneys for Kxeeulrix
:'.ii| Ain-I. v r.n.M.im
Miami, Florida 16182
I 17-L'4. ". 1-8
T.* CIRCUS
INDIAN RIVER
ORANGES
AND
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GRAPEFRUIT
$4W
Delivered
Anywhere
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Half
. ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
lOEO-INSURED-GUARANTEED
1 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD.
FR 4-2710 -FR 4-8783
FftH
ORANGE JUICE
Wf PACK EM RITE HERE 8 AM TO 10 PM DAILY
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62798 A
IN RE: Batate of
ANNA DENMARK
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All PeraolU llav-
inii Claims or Demands Against Said
Batate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to pres.-ut any claims and de-
mands whlrh you may have against
the estate of ANNA DENMARK,
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same tn duplicate
and as provided In Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse In Pad, Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be harred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2nd
day of April, A.IL 1W4.
ALBERT DENMARK
As Executor
SIMON, HAYS A QRUNDWERO
Attorne) s for Ex< cutrlx
301 Alnsley Building
Miami, Florida 16113
4/17-21, 5/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62635-C
l.\ RE: Batate of
HBRMAN UNAS
I i.e.-.i -. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All and All Persons Ha> -
ing Claims or Demands Agulnst Said
Estate:
You -are h -Lliy notified and re-
build i.. i. an) i lalms and de-
ma ii Is W 111. h \ ,.|| ii iv ha \
the estate of HERMAN LIN \>.
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, i.. the 'o intj Judges of I lade
i i.iini.v. and fill the me In dupllcati
and as provided In Seetlon i33.16,
Florids siaiut s. in their offices in
i lie Counts Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within -i\ calendar months
trom the time of the first pub I
hereof, or the name will !- barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this llth
.lay i,i April. A.D. 1664.
8/HILDA UNAS WEINBBRQ
As Executrix
First publl aion of this notice on
the 17th day of April. IM4.
ARONOVITZ, SILVER a Si'HFK
Attorneys for Bxeeutrlx
fi07 Alnsley liuilding
Miami. Florida
I 17-21, I 1-v
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY UIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag<
,n i.i-iii. -s under the fictitious name
oi M"a M MHJI'ORS at t;7* v \\* 63nd
Street, Miami. Florida intends to reg-
later said nanv with the Clerk of hi
circuit Court of Hade County. Flor-
ida.
i. I! II. LIQL't ilt Cl Htl'c IRATII IN
a Fla. Crp.
MYERS, HBIM \N A.- KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
1150 S.W. 1st Street
4 17-21. I -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 4113
Ml l.i is BBRAN,
Plaintiff,
vs. J
MARIA BBRAN,
11< fclldnnt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARIA RERAN
. ,. Thomas Lenclone
:!li:m Northw, St Hi Street
Apartment No. iW:i
Waahlngton, D.C.
Y.u. MARIA BBRAN, are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce has bean filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, BERT B. OLSON, 611 Alns-
ley- HuildinK, Miami. 1 ade County.
Florida, and flu- the original Anawei
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
18th day of May. 1!64. If you fail to
do so, Judgment by default w-ill he
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the I '.ill of Complaint.
-This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weekfl
In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
I M INE VND i IR] IERE11 at -Miami,
Florida, this 13th day of April. A 11
1964.
i: R LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i i 'oui t. I lade Count! Florida
, al i By: K. M I.Y.MAN

I!F:rt : ol> 'V
I '17-24. !
'E CIRCUiT COURT OF THE
liTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 4205
STAN HSINSKI,
Pis nit Iff,
\ s.
t'l (NCETTA R, l'-i iBINSKI,
I ef< n.i.inl.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
n CONCETTA R. BOB1NSK1
,. Rose R'
.'. Cotton Hollow Road
Naugatuck, i 'onnectlcut
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a i ',,iiipia.in i ir Divorce has been
filed against yqu, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
on the Plaintiff's attorney, RoBKRT
H. TRAURIO, 11J5 dul'.mi Huilding,
.Miami. Florida, and file the original
Answer in ll.....ffii e ol the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, on or hefore the
llth day of May, )M4; otherwise, the
allegations In -aid Complaint win be
taken as confessed by you. and a De-
cree Pro ConfesaO will be entered
against you for the relief prayed for
in said Complaint.
DATED this 15th day of April. l64.
B. B. LEATHERMAN. i'l.-k
's,all B) : C. )'. I'tH'Kl.AXD
4/lf-M, 5/1-8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 4456
THK1.MA NATHAN b'ALB,
Plaintiff,
VS.
LESLIE GANDELL SALE,
iv:'. ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: LESLIE UANDEL.L SALE
RESIDENCE L'NKNOW N
You LESLIE IIANDEL.L SALE are
hereby notified that an Amended
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you an f to
serve a cop) of ..oar Anawer or Plead-
ing to the Bill "I Complaint on the
'iff's Attorney, Nelan Sweet, 120
l.in .,ln l!. ad, Miami Beach, F1
and file tin- original Answei .,i Plead-
ing in iii. uffici of the clerk of the ,
out i on or bi fori the i Ith
.I. j of May. 19*4 If you fall to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
.ii he reli. i .1, in.in.1. .1
In the An.....! mplalnt.
This pot let publlahed <.!. a
each week ror four eonaecutlve weeka
In THE JEWISH FLORID1 \N.
DONE AND ORDERED u Miami,
Florida, this 2nd das of April, A l. ,
1*64.
I-: P UFATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dad< County, Florida
is.all By: l.. 8NEBDEN,
I reptlty clerk
NELAN SWEET
i i. Lincoln ltd.
Miami Beach, Fla,
A' .01 nev for I'l.i ml il t
4/10-17-21, 5 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 4080
ALICE CHATLOS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
EDWARD CHATLOS)
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TOO, EDWARD CHATLOS, resi-
dence address unknown, are requir-
ed to file your answer to the com-
plaint for Divorce with the Clark of
the above styled Court and serve a
Copy thereof upon Herman Cohen,
FJsq., 1110-11 Congress Building, Mi-
ami. Florida, on or before May 18th,
1H-14 or else complaint will be taken
as confessed. DATED April 13th.
K'M.
F H LEATHERMAN
clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal) By: K. M I.Y.MAN
l reputy i 'i. rk
4/17-24, 6/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62649-A
in RB: Batate of
ROSB I, SCHNEIDER
Deceased. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims .a Demands Against Said
Batata:
V..U are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
ii.ami- which you may have attainst
the estate of ROSB i. BCHNB1DBR
deceased late of I lad*. County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dads
County, and file the same In their
offices in the County Courthouse In
Hade County, Florida, Within six cal-
endar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will bC barred.
s BAULZALKA
MARX M FABER
Attorney
"1611 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
4/10-17-21. 6, 1


Page 14-C
, Bpmisii McriiHrtr
Friday, April 24,
LEGAL NOTICE
i
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNT/. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 2581
- --. .
[I .XTi iX tea
f At tlon,
I Main
-
lews .in.i r> >ROTHY i.
. i: -
NOTICE OF SUIT
' d Lewi* and I >aroth) I.. I.
':-:. i tontvn, \t
n .in led i:i- ii unknown *n<
!f ll\!ng and If lead. :!i. unknown
isees, grantees, aaalgni i
-. r- l!:- -i -. trustee* or other
by, iln nHBh. ii.. '
gains! ..in ol ilu- ..I.'.v. iKiMir.l
!l<- .. .l.-t ..>..!.
f< ..- hi n !. notified thai the
vi captioned uetlon h..s been In-
.u.. ii-: )"U iii the "i..-iiii
irt of the Eh > ."ith Judl. lal I 'ii -
of Florida In mid for l>aae Coun-
: mortgag. upon ih.
ng .! ri... I real |>ropc i .
If. 34. Dlork -- CL'RTISb PARK
dint to the I'lal thel aof, -
- urded In I'i.n Hook '<' at Paste J
f the Publl. Record* ol Uade Co in-
ij. klorida.
Yog .. ed i" file \ onr an-
-.>r :.. plaintiff* complaint with the
Clerk "i the aforesaid Court, and
"!>' -. cop) thereol upon plaint III -
tttorne) MARTIN ri\K. Ilili Floor,
Uade Federal ItuikHnaj, Mian SS,
Ida not later than Maj Ith, I MM,
' I..... I '---., H ill Ii. li -
! agalnal you.
DATEI March :'.!. 1964.
E, B. LEATHERMAN
' 'lerk <>f the "ii euil i 'ourt
Bj : C. P. i" IPELAND
i'. uty "let k
MARTIN 1- INE
Attorn< y for Plaintiff
Ith Floor I i.-.'i. I-. ilernl Bid*.
Miami 38, Florida
I .-'"- 7 I i
- Dmtw
LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
0, ISI%
"Our Cantor? The greatest! He gives you 4,000
years of Jewish suffering with one kvetch."
Copi. 1964, Doyen

LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
this 31st
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62615 B
IX RE: Estate ol
.(FIJI'S AMIIROSK
J teceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Iiik Clainia or Demandg Against Said
Kstaf. :
Ton .ire hereby notified anil re-
quired to prevent any .hums ami mands whifh you may hnv.- against
the eaute .f jli.ifs Ambrose de-
reaaed late of I 'ad.- entirety, Florida.
To the County Judges of Hade Coun-
ly. and file the aame in duplicate
and as provided In Section 733.1S,
Florida Statute*, In their offices in
the County Courthouse In Dade fVun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months fr.im the t i in.- ..f the first
publication hereof, or the same will
hi barred.
Dated at Miami. Flo-Ida
daj ..i Maivh, A.D. 1664.
\"Kit \ EltKRHART
As Executrix
First pul.ll.-n'.ton of this notice on
tfle 3rd day nf April, lHo"4,
MANTEL Lt'BBL
Ittorjnar* tor Exeoutlx
ijth Fl.-or Bade Federal Hide.
Miami. Honda
_______________ 4 s-io-n-t4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62697 C
IN RE: Batat* ,.t
TIT.Mi: HIR9CH
11. oaaeed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing ciaito^ ... Demandi Aaalnat said
Estate:
V..U are hereby notified and re.
.piir.-d to present any claim* and de-
nd* which >ou in.i\ have aaalnat
the eHtate ..f TIU.1K HIRSCH de-
.....i Uite .!' l>ad,. County, Florida
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file th,. same in duplicate
'"I a* provided in Rectlon ::::: 16
Florida Statutes, In tht-ir off I.-..- In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Fioi-iiia, within six calendar
months fr..in the time ..f the first
publication hereof, or tha Mime will
no lu.rred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 30th
>riy of March, A.D. )4.
l-'TIS IflHSCH
As A.lminisirat.ir
.uFI7', PUbM'-a'ion of this notice on
'he 3rd day ..r Anrtl 1M4.
i.KdNAitli c. BREST
"f My. is. n.linan Kaplan
Attorney for Administrator
n.iO B.W. 1st Street
tarnl :. Florida
4 :-'"-i:-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
, No 64C 3307
AUFltKTi EDWARD HARRISON
Piainmr,
\.-.
HAOER A II VRRISO.V,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: H VOER A, HARRTSON
R< -i.l. n. .- I nknou n
Tou, HAOER A HARRISON are
l.y notified that a J'lli of Com-
M for Dirbrce has been fii.-d
ilnst vmi, and you are required to
erve copj .f yoor An*wei or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint .in the
I'laintiffs attorney, EdVard Huaali
-. Northwest 7th St.. Miami. Florida
n.I file the ..rlfflmil Answer .-r Plead-
ing In the offiv of the Clerk of the
cir.-nit Court on -r before the 4th
day of May. Itl. If you fail t,. do On
judement by default will be taken
aitaln-t yM for the r.-l|.-f demanded
in the Rill of c.mplatnt.
This notice -hall be published once
""JUyj!*? f'"' f'"lr consecutive wi
in THE JEWISH W/mil.IAN
DONE A7CI> fiRDERED at Miami,
" rt"y "' A|"""' A"
B f.KVTHERMAN. Clerk
circuit Court. Dade countv. Florida
laeal) Bj k. M, lv.ma.n
_ Itepmy clerk
EDWARD lltSAK
1700 N.W. 7th St.
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
4/3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62658 C
' IN RE: Estate "f
Af.KXANDER I.KVA
I I. ..!.-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All c,-.dlt.rs and All Persons Hav-
ing ci.iim- or Demand* Agalnal s.ii.i
Estate:
Tou are hereby notlfl.-d and re-
quired to present any claim* and de-
mand* whi.h vnj may ha\>- against
th. estate ol ALEXANDER l.KVA
I.-, cased late ..f Dade Count}', Florida,
to the County Judges of Dad.- County,
and file the sabre In duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.115. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in l>ade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first | > 111.1 ]. a I i"i i here-
of, or the same will be barred.
l>atod at .Miami, Florida, this 1st
day .f April. A.D .s-6i.
/a/ MAKCAHKTTK LEVA
As Executrix
First publication of this notice .n
the l"th day of April. 1M4.
RICHARD >v NELSON
Atloin.-y for Kxc-utrhc
(06 Lincoln Road. Miami Reach
4710-17-, ". 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned^ desirhig to engage
ii btfjfdnea* under the fictitious num.-
of IIIOI.lHllCAL ASM ICIATKS at
IMi. BOX 33-313 Miami. Ifto., Intend
to relstei' said name with the Clerk
..t the Circuit Court of Dad. County.
Fiorina.
STANLEY JOHN KACHARIAS and
II.A MAE BACHARIAS,
I'.plal Partners
B\ PAl'L KWITNKV
..f SILVERSTEIN. KWITNKV
and IJoudlse
Attorne) for Applicants
IL'ii Lincoln Road Mall
4 17-14, ". 1--
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62337
IN RE: Eatate of
SIDNEY HALBERti
I .l'1'.'.IM'l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltoni and All Persons Hav-
ing claims ..r Demands Against s.ii.i
Estate:
Von ar>- her.-lo* notified .ni.l re-
quired to present an> claims and de-
mands which vou ma) have against
the estate ..f SIDNKY HALItERO de-
ceused late ol Dole County, Florida.
to the Count} Judges of Dade County.
and file th.- same in duplicate and a-
provided In Section 733.16, l lorida
Statutes, in their ..flics in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
lime of the f.i-st publication hereof, ol
the same will be ban-ed.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this ::-t
day of March, A.D 1(64.
KITH l.KK HALBERO
As Administratrix
First puhli.'.iii-.n of this notice the l"tli dav of April, lS4,
SIDNKY KFRONSi i.N
Attorney for Administrati l\
L'O Security TrtMt BUIg.
I '."-17-21.
NOT.CE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME
CHANCERY NO 64C 3995 Pearson
To Whom n m.i Concern:
Notice is li.i-l.v given thai the un
dirslgjied petitioner*, HENRY t'. ,
I>MASZK\VSK1 and 1IKI.KNK TOM-I d?>
1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
' ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 64C 3953
I (ICY R HASSKI.K.
Plaintiff
I KRNKSTINA HASSKI.K.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: KRN'KSTIN'A HAHBELE
I73S Junction Itoulevurd
Corona, I-. 1 Ne\ York
You, Erneatlna Mass. le. are here-
by rtotrned that a Rill ..f Complaint
for Divorce has been Bled agalnal
\<>u, and you are required to *erv<
a cpy of your Answer or Pleading
to the BiH of Complaint ..n th.- Platn-
I tl'f's attorney, SAM ItKOoM, .'" 8.E.
rtrsl Avenue, .Miami, I lorida. and
iii. the original Answer or Pl< iding
l ii. the office "i the Cl.-rk of the Cir-
i.it Cur? on or before the loth
f May, |M4). if you fall to d.
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVEN that
. h< in lei ned, desiring '.. engage
,, i.-- i.l.-. ma. r the name
,.f |',i..:xi;!; (4 VUI>.~ ''' -i" N
II -i si r. '. in', lids to I
..... ith ih. Clerk ol the circuit
Dad.- County, Florida
SOfTHEASTERN II XT CORP
I 17-24. l-
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOl'S NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ihe undersigned, desiring I.....gag< In
business under the fictitious name ..f
M.I'MIN'IM l"H: KING li I.....'
'nth Com t, It1.it- ah. Inti ltd* i" "-
later said name with Ihe Clerk "f the
Circuit court ".f Dad. County, Florida.
Al.t'MIN'I'M I" >RM. INC.
I.KnN VltD .1. KALIKH
Attorned for xpnllcant
|(S9 .I'll'hi Building
_____________4 -.'-17-24. I
NOT CE OF
APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Act* ol 1941
File No. AA-21386
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'hat
Nathaniel W Siegel holder of City
of Dial.a!i, Florida Tax Kale Certifi-
cate and "r City of Hlaleah hlnrtdg
Hpe. lal Assessini nl i. i Cerl Ifli ntel
numbered ID. IM, 363, 611, 61, 630,
..ml IMS Issued ihe :'m!i day of May.
A D. IMS ha* filed sami in mj office,
and has made application fm
deed to be Iss u il then n Said cer-
tificate* einbra.-e Ih* I !' na ilea-
. rlba .i "i npei ty, n thi i "ounty ol
l ludi State ..f Flot Ida, to-wlt:
I>.t n f, B'j loi T. : '
. 13th Addn Ain-i i" i'lal U*'k
_". I age 37, > M-.i Tn i-nshlp "'
S.....h, Rangi 11 Bast n the ("it\ .-f
Hlali -ih. mt> "i' l'.
Florida, as embraced in Tax Sal*
. i ifli .-. Nn 'I rh. .....
, i ... ,i pi..-.. v un.I. r th. aid cer-
. Issued wan lh< -. me ol
.i i: >']'.. ik>
l..-t 7. Block -''. Wi tha H< Iteht*
3rd Addn Plat R.....9 l*ag< M,
Section ::". Township '-' South.
Range I" East in the I'itj f Hla-
leah. C.iinty of Dad.. Stati ol F'or-
Ida, a* .-mi.....i In Tax Sale ". -
tlflcati No 166 The ..----mem ..t
-aid prnpertj undi r thi ....i set
tlflcate issii-l wn* in the name ..(
Mark Land Co
s IS1 of l-S-l \- 4. Block :t". Tenth
Addition to ihe Town ol Hlaleah,
Plat Book \ l*age inO, Section 7.
Township :.:: South, Range ii Bast,
in the city ..f Hlaleah, County >.f
Dole. State of Florida, a- embraced
in Special A.-s.-sin.-: Lien Certifi-
cate No 565 The assessment ol
said property undei thi uid cer-
tificate leau .1 wtifl in iii.- name .-t*
c W. GaylOTd,
W SO' of Tr IS FC, Ilia, ah 1 Ith
Addition Rev. Phil Book II, Page
:::. Section .'.. Township :.:t South,
Range ii Bast, in the citj .-; Hla-
leah, Count) of Da.i.. stati of Flor-
ida, a* embraced n Special Assess-
ment U.-n Certificati No. 811. The
aaaeaament ol aald property under
th. said certificati- Issued was in
the name of .1. A I' Adams.
Lota 28 A M, Block I, Bnugalnvilla '
Hgts., I'lat Hook 1".. Page 71, See-
i on 31, Township liS South Range
41 East, in th.- Citj ..f Hlaleah.
County of Dade, State of Florida,
a- embraced in Special A.....men!
Lien Certificate No. 618. Th* as-
sessment ..f sai.l property under the
said ertlflc ite issued at in the
ii..in. of i: l.. Calvi
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
-Jenisf-fh rid/for
olicita your legal notice*.
W appreciate font
patronage and guarantee,
rates .
IHal FR -465
lor messenger serrlce
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES "JRT
IN AND FOR DADe COL*. "
FLORIDA IN PROBST-'
No. 62785-A
IN l!K K-tai.- of
M XRGARK T A KL.ME.N
I.. .
NOTICE TO CREOITOP:
To All Credit
" I'':. ims or i : ., .
'-'
Vou are hi I
i ii> ed to |.i ',t .i
man.I- \\ iii. Il ) on n i v li.n.
i estate ..f M \l;.; \nv.
MK.Vl" iRF eased lat.
York County, New v
. "ount Judge* ol I nd. ,
n. i .
led In hectln 733.1
ut. -. in th.ir o'fi t|
on* ti i '.I.'-
u ithnt -i\ caL-nda'
I the : i r -1 |. ;
or t he -.- me will 1.. '
I'.ii.l at Ml.ml. Florida
da} April. AD !'i0l
MILTitN A. FR1EH.M \
a- i 'um 1*e-ta n:. ntl tl I
I ii t publication
th.- imii da; of Apr:'
MILTON A FRIEPS1 XX
Attorney f..t Admin -'
mi Alnsiey lluilfflrftr. Miami,
-
> I
'

\.-/K\VSKI whose r.-sideiH address
is ill X \\\ Tluh Street Lot D 135,
Miami. Florid*! in the City ,.f M ami,
Dade Count}', Florida, Intend to apply
to the Honorable RAY PEARSON,
Judge ol the Eleventh -ludi. lal cir-
cuit, III and for Dade County, at his
I office in tlie County Court Mouse, at
| :ft< o'clock A.M.. on the SJth day of
May, 1M4, or n OOOn thereafter as
th*.>- may he heard. f.r an order
i ha urine their names from HENRY
TOMASZUWSKI and HELENS
I'iiMASZITWSKI. to HENRY C.
THOMAfi and HRl.KNK TIKiMAS,
bj which name they will thereafter
be Known.
Dnted at Miami. Florida, this 14th
dav of April. A D. IW4.
HENRY c TOaJARZKWSKI
hi:i.knk TDMASZi:\vski
Petitioners
RtlRERT I, HR()VBB
Attorney for Petitioner*
I IS20 Indian Creek Drive
Miami It.a.h. Fla I'.N I-SSS1
I 17-J4. 1-s
judrnieiit by default will he tak-
en agalnal you lor the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall he pul.ifsh.d once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
HONK AND ORDERKD at Miami.
Florida, this Suh day of April A.D.
IM4,
E. It I.KATHKRMAN. Clerk
Circuit court. Dad* County. Florida
(Circuit curt Seal)
By: c. p. ciii'KUXND
Depute derk
BAM BLOOM
:'" S K. First Avenue
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
______________________ 4 lT-1'4. 5 1-1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62664 A
IN RE: Estate of
M.Wi'Kl. SCHWA RTZ.M AN
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Clafnta or Demanda Aaalnet Said
Estates
Vou are hereby notified and re-
iii'.'i '" present any rbtlma and de-
mand* which you m a \ have against
the estate of MANTKI. KCHWARTZ-
MAN di waaed late of Bade County,
Florida, to.the county Judges of Da.i.-
County, and file the sam.- In duplicate
and as provided in Section 733 16,
Florida siatutes. In their office* in
the County Courthouse in Dad. Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar month*
from the time of the first publ
Hereof, or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, thi.- 1-t
dgj ..f April, A.D. 19*4.
REORGE OOLDfiN
Ah Executor
Ftrst puldii-atlon of this notice on
thi Hull day of April, 19ii4.
JEROME ; GREENE
Attorney for Executor
241 Security Trust llldg.
Miami 3S, Florida
4/10-17-24. I 1
ehv
f..r
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 64C i*61
I PALM A RVZAS,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
I GEORGE RTZA8.
I i.fei'dant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T( OE< >ROE Ut V. \>
i:.-i l. nee I'nknown
You. GEORGU HL'ZAS, are i
notified that a Dill ..r Complaint
Divor.e has been filed against you,
ami >on are required t.. -. i,.
..f your Answer or Pleading t.. thi
Hill of Coinplilnt on the lla
attorney. MALCOLM II FRIEDMAN
:'i". Security Trust Building, 111 I ,,t
Flagler Street, Miami, Florida
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing III the ofli".' of the Clerk of 111-
Circuit Court on or before th. I.'.th
day of May. 1HS4. If >..u fall t.. do
so. judgment by default ;n-i.e taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Rill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
earn week for four consecutive w.-k-
in THE JEWISH FLoRIDl\N
o.P?.K 4fD "HI>KRKD at Miami.
Florida, this ,th day of April AD.
Iste4.
B. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk
circuit Cnurt. Dade Countv, Florida
(Circuit i '..in t Seall
Bj C P. COPELAND,
Deputy Cl.-rk
MALCOLM II. FRIKDMA.N-
243 hecurity Trust Kullding
111 Bagt Kiagi-r Street
Miami, Florida MISS 4 10-17-St, .", 1
i^.t- .! Thru .;. Block .".. ith Ave
Ext to Hlaleah, Plat Book n, l>age
.. Section 31, Township .".:' South.
Range n East, In thi i"lt> ..f Hla-
leah, County of Dade, State of Flor-
ida, a- embraced in Special \--.
mem Lien Certificati No, .,:;... The
ass. --in. m .f -aid prop* rtj undei
the sai.l certlllcati ssued was in
the name of -I ill I ./.-, dgii
N Tr I less w 3S3', r^ogan Creel
Revised, Plat Booh 33, Pag. : Sec-
tion SS, Town-lop ',;' South, Range
41 Ivast. in the City ,,f Mialeah
County ..f Dade, Slate of Florida a-
embraced In Special Aaaeaamenl
I.ien Certificate No. 646. The ass.....
men) ..t said propert) lnd. i the -..i.l
certificate Issued ..- In the name
of H. A. Hughey.
I'nleaa said cerUflcatea shall '. r.-
deemed acconllng to law, the prop-
erty described herein will u- sold t,,
the highest bidder at the Curt House
door on the first Mondaj In the month
of Mac A D. i'o.4. Which .- the 4th
day ol May. AD IM4,
Dated this 1st da) of April, A.D.
I!*ti4.
K R LEATHERM \N. clerk
' Ireult i ourt. Dad. County, Florida
(eeal) Bj R m UCEI'ER,
Deputy cl.-rk
_______ IMT-S4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0= TH
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU-T IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FL00A
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 3546
c.il.I.KKN WATSON.
l'laiiitiff.
vs.
CHARLES O. WATSON,
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICAT : .
T' 'HARLES 11. WAV." i.N
. o Captain of th-- Port
New Iirl.-jus. I>- .- ana
YH ARK HKRKV.Y NOTIF
a omplaint Mr dlvor ha* '
agalnal you and you gre r.-,
s. r\.. a copy .f \oiir gnswei
Itig to the complaint on Th.
attorneys. CAID1N A- ROTHE
603 Rbtcayne I'.nlldlnir. Miami. Klori
and file the oilrlnat In Ihe .fflre
the Clerk of the Clrcnll '' on
before the 4th day of Maj
1. ct.-,. i'ro ('..nf.s-o w .11 in
against \ ou
DATED this Slat da} of M
K. It I.KATHKRMAN
' I. rk ,.f the I '.: --ill Ci
(seal) By K. M. i.yman
D.pulv .'
i.l
II
Mll-
Itll I
. .,!'-.'-
l'liill.-
IN,T,H.E.,9i'NTV JUOOE-S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62709 B
IN R'-?: >:-.at- ,.f
win run.i.ids
Dec. a-.-l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AM creditor- and Ul p. n .
'.';, '.pV1"" '"' ''' 1 Said
.. ," '"'''" Hflfd and re-
u h >'"' n v. bgM agalnM
h estate .., david ,;uia.h^ V-
easeu late of Dade Countv, Florida
tv nV'iv't'i '"'"-," iii. <.,,,':
>. '" I 11 e the sam- In d.ipp,-a,., .,,,
is pr.vided in Section :r: Florida
Statutes, tn th.-lr off, Conn
' irtho,,-.. ,,, rjia, ,,,,u^ Coun
RYRTItA MAE l'ilIITIP
'-ITYNATI..N. I Unk
f r V'-r\"AM1 BKACH
formerly Ph.. x;-n, s,,,,,.,. ,
Mce I tesid.-,,, ami Trust Officer
ftJwtttW' n",,eeon
iRy1.Ni:c-vl.(,^;:li,lv":Vpni.I,;,
AUornei r, &,,. "' '''
Sj! Arthur Godfrey Road.
Miam, Beach, Rorlua
4 3-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT-COLRT 0* rH*
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRC'Jif IN
AND FOR DADE COUNT/
FLORIDA. IN CHANCE3
No. 64C 1445
I. J. KANTKI! and LEO KA1,p -'
1'laintiff-.
vs.
"ADK AI'Tn P M! I'S. INC
Kioi Ida corporation, t a I.
I lefeiulallts
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tn IRVINi; HAIINand MM.'
11AH.V. his wlf.
:':i3:' Butord Highway, S
Apartment 2
Atlanta, t'corsia
Tor, IRVING IIA11N" a:
DRKD HARM, are herebj
iliat a -ult has been filed in :
styi.d Court against you b> :!
tiffs. 1 ,1. KANTER and I.Kf K.oa-
I.KS which said suit ha* hWr, InaJ'
tuted for the iiuriiose of ClfncelUnH
of lease agre.in.-nt dated D-s nl*.'^
Ittll, together with option t- pure*
the following ileect bed property.
wit:
l-ots 13 and 31, leal Ihe 11 '
Right-of-way, and all ef UK '' ,'
3ft, both Inclusive, In PAIUvH'Jf*
HEIGHTS AIMrTl<>N, Bls-k "r.
accMHIng to the l"at the.
corded in Pl.it Rook I. at !' (
-f th.- Public Red .1- l'-",e
Comity. Florida.
YOU ARE RH4JI IBED I '
inj of your gnswei or oils l>lp*''
Ink on Plaintiffs' attorney, A.troa "
Kami, i. S43 S.. in ii I ti-'
Miami 33, Florfd......id file i' >""
inal in the office of the Cli
above Cout t on or Is re th* '
if Ma>. I64, ..ii.I ii you fi
judgment l>) defaict will '
agalnal you for th. relief -.".ni'i"1
in the Complaint
Tl.ls Notice shall he publM '
en. h we.-k for mm nwa'Utivi1 -
In THE JRWIwH ki.i'UU'Isn'
DATED ai Mltuni, Pedi
Florida, this JTtli die Ma :'- A
l:o;i.
K It LEATHERMAN
CKrk of the i ill '
(seal) Bj c. i'01'B iM'
Deputy Ch rK
AARON M KANNKK
148 Be. urlty Pi net Bldg
Miami 33, Fla.HI J-..:3
isier sai.l name witll tin '
Circuit Court of Dade ikiuntj
FAIR-DEAL MARKETS,
A Fla. Corp.
HEttlUCRT II. Wll.l.N-KY
l.l.....u
Attorney
ill" Biai a) ii.-
Bidg.
tO-lT-2*


April 24, 1964
*, tmifi nrrifrfi^r
Page 15-C
LEGAL NOTICE
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR Doe COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62718
B-a.it!
i \ v i:i. R STARLIGHT,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
il i fiHtm md All Person* Hnv-
, oi iandi Against Raid
It. r i-> notified mill re-
,i t |,t> t ant claims and de-
L,i-. nidi colt dpi Iiaw g*nlns1
of SAMFEL B. BTAR-
ir| ..,.,-- lute of Dade County,
., hi- i'. iint} Judges "( l 'ade
d f|| ili<- same in duplicate
pro* i'l d in Section S3. I'i.
~i:i!.... in tnelr offlci H in
\ Court house in I lade 'oun -
i, wil din six c .i 1 n il a i
|,.,i,., from time "f the flrsl
I i in or the same ill
| || Miami Florida, iiii.- loth
"... ii \ 11 ISM.
tlXNK H staci.iciit
As i !xt eutrix
.. 11>ir. -i ,.f this nol i> "ii
.,! Ht a irll, 1964.
IniMKl. \ It! MiKRB
| for 1 :\. rutrlx
4/3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
f CTITIOLS NAME LAW
urn !: is HKP.KCY GIVEN tint
nderslgn rt, desiring to engage in
in-- und.....hp fictitious name of
ITE1J sai.i:- CO hi 7866 N.E. 2nd
H. Mia in mi.nil.- in reglstet
.. will let k nf the i 'Ir-
..*' i Hi.- County, Florida.
i:i .Ns'i i: JACK. INC
., i':., Corp.
11 man 'aplnn, President
| \ NKl.s. IN
.... for Vu.iir ml
'... ll k.'.i !
4 :.-!"-:: 21
NOTICE UNDER
r CTITIOUS NAME LAW
ni Ii i: IS lll'BKBV CIIVEN Hi -it
dealt Ing i" engage in
under ttii fictitious name of
I VKI'.-i'lT SKKVICK :il 5816
j\. \\ |niends to register
| in., with the Clerk of the Clr-
oui t of 1:.!.- i 'punt!. Florida.
WILLIE E. TILLER
iJELO A, Al.l
fot Vpp cant
\ :i Bids
4 S-10-17-21
NOTICE OF
APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 30*22 Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21365
; .in : is ; [KREOT OlVHtN thai
lhanlel W -' egel, hoWer if Cltj
1 North Miami Men Certificate*
|nhi 1. 1 JS, v 83, 196, i". 191 and
Issued the 5 'li day of Ma). AT'
has filed same in roy offWe,
|tl has mad* application for tax
.1 Vo be lesue<1 thereon Said cert If I-
lea en follow Ing di scribed
i-rtj In thi itinl) of I "ade, State
[ Ida. to-
1 4, Block '' Rise iv ne Highlands.
,1 Rook l l*age 26. Sections 19
2l), Township ''-' South, Rang*
\ I st, In the 1 "It) of North Miami.
I] of I .!:. State of Florida, as
I.raced 111 C> rtlflcate No. ::".. The
- 1 ill |. 1 1.. 1 -1>- under
Kai ite Issued wui In the
i : I : I Inward.
i... i:i m Manors, Plat
17, I'age .-. Section if. Town-
Soul Range 12 Bast, In
1 III of S Miami. <'iiniil> "f
. -:.!> ... Florida, as embraced
1 Certificate No. :!H. The assess-
it '- sal i > rty under the said
iiiiias.. issued was in tin- name
Jam, 1. R hi rford.
i T, Rlock ', Drifting Blscsvn*
ark i -!-, plat Book *. Page 1*3,
itloii SO, Township 52 South,
Jlanga 4.' East, n the City of North
|Miami, Count' of Dado, State i>f
niida, aa embraced in Certificate
I'- B5. Th.. assessment of said 1
I'perty under the said certificate
lied was It the name if Muriel
la Fluhr.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21372
NOTICE is HEREBY HIVEN that
Nathaniel w Blegel, holder of County
Tax Sal.- Certificate numbered 1 < 11 Is-
sued the 1st day of June. A.D. 1961
has filed same In my office, and nag
'made application for a tax ue#fl to
be Issued theraon. Skid certificate
embraces the following described
propert., in tlie t'ouut] oi l>ade, State
nf Florida. tO-wit .
W i>7 I'i ..( N I :: of NW'i of s\Y'i
I ess W' S3 F'l A All Thai part of
W 3/K nl NW'i l..-ss W 33 n |y8
swi> ..( a line 205 F'l s\\ of & Parr
!' t 1. of Snake f'reek Canal Less
Beg at 1: I. of NE 2 Ave ISO Ft s\\
of A nl 1: A tu H W I. of Canal s'F.lv
17.(1 H S\V in A. \l l: A Ii, S W I.
nf 1'anal 3SI.3 Ft to POB SWIj at
It A to S W I. of 1'anal 133 I-1 I'll
SF7I.N to a m 'i'h H alg w I. of EV4
of NW'i ..1 ssv, i.r n\v, i'h i-:
Big v I "I N of S\\'', t.f NW,
for ".i" It M \. Th N i'l" F'l M'L
t.. a pi Th nwiv By a line K.n Ft
BWI> "t & Parr t.i SW 1: W 1. of
1'anal t.. I'd: ,v L,-.-s SV\'', ol SW1!
of NW, .v Less E IINJ f"t of s I.....
F'l M I. of VV :. I ..1 SW, .,f NW,
*. Less W is" ft Si:', of SW,
of NW, Sec Ion Township 52
South, Range i-' Bast containing
1 ii Acres m ire n less
1 Uea on 1: 1. of NE 2nd Ave
I ,li SW ,n A: at It A to SW h
R W I. of Snake Cr. Canal Th SElj
3i'il.."l ft t.. 1MB t'l.n't HEly of X ol
W 1. of I-:', of sw, nf NUi 1 N
82.81' NWlj 804.91 ft BWly :'.'. ft to
- LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
1'anal 8E1) alg sil It \V I. In X with
V'/L of !: '.- of EH or SW, Of
nw, s tu i>i inn ft BWly of *
Parr t s.i it w 1. NWly Alg M
line to i: I. NK U'lnl Ave N to POB
in th.- County of Dude, State of
r'lorlda, as embra.....1 In Certificate
Nil 1011, The assessment of said
property under the said certificate
ixsncil was In the name of Seven-
one Corp,
Pnless saiil certificates shall lie re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be gold to
the highest bidder at the door mi the flrsl Monday in the month
,,1 May, a 11. 1964, which i* the 4th
daj of May, \ I' 1964,
Dated tins '.isi day of March, A.D,
r.n',1.
1: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
of Circuit ''nir'. I'aiie County, Florida
(senll By: R. M. IJ9EPER,
|le|'tlt\ I'lel'k
4 1-10-17-24
POB
l.css W 30" I-: 1."."' s 900 ft more or
less W ..I i: l SW', I NW,
Less s 13 ft
Less Pi of VV-. ,,f NW, lyg SWIy
of Snake Creek Canal des Beg on
E 1. of NE 2 Ave A S I. of NW,
of NW, N 112.3 ft Si:iv to a pi
MJi' SW nf ,v At RA In KW R W I.
i.f Canal 4k 143 tt W ,.t E 1. of w,
of NW, of SW, of NW,. Th S
t.. S I. of \W, of SW ', of NW,
Th VV m i: I, ,.f NE :' Ave Th N
to POB
!.... N 83 it ..f W 1*7 ft "f NW,
of NW, of sw, less w S3 ft ft s 33
ft of W -ai it of K !"" 11 of S 900 ft
More or less of Wi of Et ol BW ',
of N W 11
Leas s 4".". ft of N 440 ft -if E 4S2
ft f w 4s; rt i.t nw, ..1 nw, of
sw',
Less Beg -.11 HI, NE 2nd Ave UL'.r.
ft N of s 1^ f SWV, of NW4 of
NW. N alg i: I. NE U'ii.1 .We to
Pt 150 ft fAV ..f ft At R A to su-
it W 1. Canal SKIy 351.5 ft BWly ft
Bt I! A tu ,anal 133 it NWly to
I'" B. ..ml i: 145 ft W'-.. of N W,
nf SW, Of NW,
ami Lees Beg at |.t on F3 l. NK _
A.- .\ FJW R W 1. Snake Creek
NOT.CE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 -Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21321
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel w. Blegel, holder of City
i.r North Miami Beach Tax Certifi-
cates numbered 10 and 14, issued the
6th day of August, A.D. 1!>2, has filed
i same in my office, and has made ap-
plication i"t- ii ii'N 'leeii in be issued
thereon. Bald certificates embrace
the following described property, in
the County "f Dade, state oi Florida.
tn-w it :
i^,t s Block 19 Highland Manor
Bee. ii lint Book 60 Page 25 Sec-
tion 7. Township '-' Si.nth. Range
4J East, I" the City of North Miami
Reach, County "f Dade, stale of
Florida, as embraced in Certificate
Nil I" 'no Assessment "f said prop-
ert} under said certificate issued
was in th,- name "f .lake La Motta
ft w V'ikkl,
Lot li). Block 153, Pulford By The
S... Fise. N. I'lat Ih.nk 1". Page
2S, Section **. Townahln 5> Smith.
Range 4? Blast, In 'he City "f North
Miami li.acli. 1'ount.v of Dade, Stale
of Florida, an embraced in Ueritti-
cats N". 14. The assessment of siiiil
property under s.ii.l Certificate It
siie.l was in the name of Albert VV
Backus.
Unless saiil certiflcatei shall be re-
deemed according t" law, the prop-
erty described herein will he sold to
the highest bidder :t the Court Hotis.
door nn the l'it-t Mondas In the nii-nth
of Ma> A 1 >. 1964, which is the Ith
dav of May. A.D, IM*.
Dated this 1st day of April, A.D.
1964.
K B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
of Circuit Conn, Dade Couuty. Hot-Ida
is.ah By: K. M i.KKPKIt.
1'tiiutv Clerk
4 3-10-17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 -Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21328
NOTICE IS HEREBY CJIVEN that
Nathaniel W. Blegel, holder of Cltj
of iiiai.ah. Florida Tax Bale Certlfl-
.snie and or Cltj of Hialeah, Florida ;
Special Asses-in.nl i.i.-n Certificates
numbered l". B1V, 850, 702 and !90
Issued the 22nd day of May, A.D. 1961
ha- filed same in my office, and has
made aftplicatlog for a tax deed to be
issn.d thereon. Snld certificates em-
brace the following described prop-
erty, In tho Count) of Dade, state of
Florida, to-.wlt:
Lots :: to .-. Incl Block ''.7 lass Lots
:: and 4 Mock 7. Hialeah 1st Addi-
tion., I 'hi t Book 3, I'ag.- 122, Section
1^, Township ":! smith. Range 41
Baal in the city of Hialeah. Coun-
ts of I >:,.I. State of Honda, a-
cinhraced in Tax Sale Certificate
No. I". The assessment of said
property mraer the said certificate
Issued was iii the nam. of Clara J,
Shaffer,
Tr C l-ess W 17.5" A Leas K 87.5'
(Aka ft i'l Block 190 Hialeah Ulh ]
Addn Rev. Blk 190, Hat Book 54
Tag.- 12, Bet lion 7. Township 53
South. Range n East In the Cltj
of Hialeah, County Of I'aiie. State
of Florida, as embraced in Special
Assessment Lien Certificate Ne. B18.
The assessment of said property Ull- '
d.-r the said certificate Issued was1
in the name of Italph O. Comhs.
Lota H ft 1". Block I0S-B Hialeah
13th Addition., i'lat Hook i'.4 I'ag.
26, Section 8, Township v; South.
Range li East in the City of Hia-
leah, County of Dad,-, State of Flor-
ida, as embraced In Special Assess-
menl Lien Cettlflcate No, MO. The
assessment of said properlo under
tho said certificate issued was in
the nam,- of Wm. Smith \- Barbara.
E 60" Tr ::: PA fll *. B -'" of 17>
Block 'ii'.-l. Hialeah 16th Addition
Rev., Plat Hook ::i Page :'.L', Sec-
tion :,. Township 7,:; Smith. Range
41 Eaal in the City of Hialeah,
Count) ol Dade, state of Florida, as
embraced In s'i.....jal Assessment
Lien Certificate No. T02. The iissess-
meni of said property under the said

Jr. A Hi.....i
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
I
.! 9. Block 7. Bucks Pork. Hilt
:"..k 44. Bag.- :. Section 19, Town-
hip 52 South Bang.- 4.' East, in
i'i' nl North Miami. County of
. state il Florl la, sis embraced
Certificate No 196. The assess-
'lent of said property under the said
i ''ideate Issued was in the name
'".ilda Jordan
- I" t" 1". Incl.. Block 7. Kinks
1 irk, I'lat Bo 11, I'age :;. Set -
'"ii 19, Townsl p 52 South. Range
Kaat, hi the City of North Ml-
"ii. County of Dade, State of i'i.n-
aa embraced in Certificate No
The assi --m.nl of said prop*-
ij under th said certificate "as
ihe name ol I Ilda Jordan.
i"t 16. Block 7. Rucks Park, Plat
1 "* 44. Pag* :. Section 19, Town-
- "P 52 South. Range 42 Kast, In the
city of North Miami. Count) of
ude, state ol Florida, as embraced
: Certificate No. 198, The asaess-
" nt of said pi iperty under thu said
iifhat. issued was in the name
'I Hilda .lord
1 li*' of W lt'K)' Tract A ft a 4.V
trip lying N of & adjacent thereto
J- mi Souci Esiatea, Plat Hook 7.0,
I age K'l. Sections 88 and 2S and 32
jnd 33. Townahln 58 Smith, Range
'- Last, In the city of North Miami.
""ty of Dade. State of Florida, as
inbraced in c, rtlflcate No. 203. The
nent of said property under
said certlfi.-ate issued was in the
iiame of B, d Taylor,
1 'nhi-s said oertlflcfttg shall be re-
'-m.-il according to Ihh, the piop-
< dtaerlbed h. rein will he sold to
' highest Iddd r :it the Court House
- "ii the first Monday in the month
May A.D. |M4, which la the 4th
' ol May A.D. 1 164.
>'"' this lg| day of April, A.D.
I: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
"'"it Court, Bade county. Florida
"'" B\ R M i.i'i:i'i:u.
Deput) Clerk
4/3-10-17-24
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 -Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21324
Notice is hereby oivbn that
Nathaniel W Blegel, holder of County
Ta\ Sale Certificates numbered MS,
s::7. 84)4, 1129, Hii". 114". I2K7, 2756,
:::m.. 1140, C7i. 72H3, 725, 7848, 7848.
7:"ii. ai d raos, issued the 1st da) of
June AD 1982, has filed same In my
offlee. and has made application for
a tax deed to lie issued llleleoli. Sil Id I
cert if i. .' embrace the following
described property. In th-- County of
I'ah. State of Florida, to-Wit:
l.ot _'-.. Block 6, Oplden Beach Bee
D, I'l.-t Honk 10, Page 1". in the
Count* of Dad.-, state ..f Florida,
as embraced In Certificate No 4H::.
The a ssinent of said property un-
il.-i th, said Certificate issued was
in the name of Ber-Mar Realty
Corp
l.ot :.. Block ::. Venetian Develop-
ment Sub-Rev., Plat Book 45, Pag,
s7. m th.- County of Dade, State of
Florida, as embraced In Certificate
No. 887. The assessment of said
propert) under the said certificate
issued "ii- i" the name of lieorge i
K Steven- .\- w Virginia.
S 820 ft of N"- of Tr 27. less W 30
ft ft less N 150 ft >'f W CO ft ft SI
220 it of N'; nf Tr 2. Miami Osr- I
.lens. Pint P.'ok 2, Page '."'.. Section
Hi. Township 52 South. Mange 41
East, containing 2.58 acres more or
less, iii the County of Dade. State
nf Florida, as .nd.iac.d in Certifi-
cate No 494 The assessment of aald I
propert) under the said certificate
issued was ni the name of Joe Q,
Man.- .\ w Mary Lottie.
Tract a less BWly 7'"' ft Block r-.-.T.
Magnolia Uairdens Consolidated Re-
siih Plat Book 4'.'. Bag.- 71. con-
taining i 32 in rea, more or less, in
the Count) of Dade. State of Flor-
ida, as embraced In Certificate No
1129. The assessment of said prop-
ert) under the said certificate is-
sued whs in the name of BaatVleW
D.\ eloping Co. Inc.
All Trait A less SWIy S77.7 ft more
or i,s.- as measured alg n\vi>/1.
Block 868, .Magnolia Hardens Con-
solidated Resub., Plat Book 41'. I'age
71, containing .S3 acres, mo.....r less
In the Count) of iv.ule. State Of
Florida, as embraced In Certificate
No. 118f). The assessment of said
firoeert) under the said certificate
-sued was In the name of EasCVlew
Developing Co, Inc.
I,ot IS. Block 8, Bardi'l Sub., Plat
BOOk 82, I'iige 7''., in the County of
Dade. State of Florida, as embraced
in Certificate No. 1140. The assess-
ment of said property under the said
Certificate issued was In the name
r ciydr i. Halnkley a.- m Lucille M.
<:. Minloi
i.,,t i'7 Blook I, North Liberty City
Anid, I'lat Book 41, lag' 81, in the
Count) of Dad... State of Fieri
embraced In Certificate No. 8158.
The assessment of said property un-
der the -aid certificate Issued was
in the nan.....i Chas, Adderley.
Lots 15. 16 A 17. Block !, Taylors
Sub., I'lat Book 24, I'age '' In the
C.....ilv of Dade. State of Florida.
as embraced In Certificate No 8786,
The assessment of said propert) un-
der th, -'id certificate Issued was
in the name of Susan A. Cuiry.
|.,,t 25 l.e Jetine Terminals th
Vddn, I'lat Bo.k 60, Bag.- II, in Ihe
Cotintv of Bade, State of Honda, as
embraced in Certificate No. 4144),
The assessment nf said property un-
der tht said c. rtlflcate issued was
ill the name of Milt Oil Heriong ft w
Rub) el iii.
Lot ii'.' Bio, k I, Tatum W'.il.nv.n
sub I'liit Book 16, Bag-' -'. In the
County of Dad.. State of H.orhla.
as embraced in Certificate No. 4573.
The assessment of said property un-
der the said certificate issued was in
the name of Drake Const. Co.
Ia,t !>. IOC* 4, Knnwles Sub.. Pin'
Book 17. Piige C7.. In the County of
Had,- state of Florida, as embraced
in Certificate No. 7J88, The as.ss-
ment of said property under the said
certificate Issued was in the name
of Huntlngton A. Clarke ft w Annie
Bst
Lots ii ft 12, Block i. Ewlnga AtWtt
Plat Book :, Page 186, In the Coun-
ty oi Dad.-, state nt Florida, as em-
braced In Certificate No. 7825, The
assessment of said property under
the said certlflca'e laanei wns In
the "am. of I'hichol K. Williams Tr.
I.ot I". Block v. l'lead. Second Addn
o Homestead, Plal Book f, Page
lvj, ill the Count) of Dade. State of
Florida, as embraced in Certificate
No. 7K48. The asseesmenl of said
property under the s:ild certificate
issued was in Ihe name of Gertrude
Macke) as adna Eel
lot 17 Block I, Pleads Addition
No, 3, i'lat "ik 29, I'age TH. in the
CollIlD of Dole S'-te of Fhi'l''.
as embraced in Certificate No. 7S4S.
The assessment of aald property un-
der the said certificate issued was In
th. name Of First Fla Finance Inc.
Ix>ts 1 ft 2. nock U. Washington
Bark Plal Book I Page '3. 'n 'he
County of Diide. State of Florida,
as empraoed In Certltwate N". !"*
The assessment of said property un-
der the said certificate Issuen was
in the name of Mary Thomas.
lA>t 11. Block 11, Washington Park,
I'lat Book '.'. Pnge 18, In the County
of Dad,. State "f Florida, as em-
braced in Certificate No. 7H0S. The
a--.ssinent of said property under
the said certificate issued was in the
name of Mary Thomas Brown.
Unless said certificate! shall bo re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
erty described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder al the court House
door on the first Mondav In the month
of May, A D. I94M, which is the 4th
dav of May. A.D. 1984.
lilted this 1st day of April, A.D.
1964
F. B LEATHERMAN, clerk
of en. mi Court. Dade County, Florida
laeall Bj R M LEEPER,
i leputy Clerk
4. J-10-17-21
certificate |sue of Herman Kluge
liOl ^7 London Terrace 1st Addltlot .
I'lat Book .'7.. i'age :::. Section ,
Township 58 smith. B.mge ii Baal
in the city oi Hialeah, Count) of
Dade, Stale of Florida, as embrai I
in Special Assessment Lien Certifi-
cate No. 790. Th.- assessment of
said property under the said certifi-
cate Issued was In Ihe name "I John
Margagllo A Marg.net It.
Unless said certificate! shall be re-
deemed according to taw, the prop-
erty deacrlbed herein will bo sold l
the highest bidder at the Court House
door on the flrsl Monda) in Ihe month
of May, A.D. 1964, which Is th, 4th
,i ij of May. a l >. 1964.
Hated this 1st day of April, A D.
1964,
E b I R \TIIKBM\N, Clerk
of Circuit Court. Dude County. Florida
(seal) B) B M LEEPER,
Deputy Clerk
___________________________4C-10-17-24
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20^22 Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21314
NOTICE IS HF.BKI'.Y CIVKN thnt
Nathaniel W. Blegel holder of C I) of
Cral Cables Sidewalk Hen Certifi-
cate No. 97 issued the 25th dav of
May. A D J962, has filed same In
office, and has made application for
a tax d.....1 to be issued the.....n. Said
Certificate embraces the following
described propert) In the County ol
I Hide, State of Florida, lo-u it
Lots II \ 15, Block 15 Cral Gables
Crafts Section Plat Book 10 Paae
40, In the fit) of Coral Cab'.-.
County of Dad... state of Florida
The assess ,|, in of said plop. I'l
under the said c rtlflcate was in the
name of: I'uknnw n.
I'nless aald certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
er!) described herein will be sold to
the highest bidder at the Court House
d.......n the i'h st Monda) in the m
..i May, 1964, which is the lib day "t
May, 1961
Dated this isi day of April, ii-ri
K. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk
of circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
is.al) Bv : R. M LEEPER,
Deptll) Clerk
4 ::-l" 17-24
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. AA 21325
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
Nathaniel w. Blegel. holder of County
Tax Sale Certificates numbered 120,
121, 626, 1722, 2064, 2608, 2781, 5205,
S283, 8234, 8681, 3SS4, 8939, :i'.'7". 402$.
1062, 4166, 1536, 7.720. ti"i>4. B:i2". and
7552 Issued the 1st fhr) ol June AD
1961, has filed same In my office, and
has made application for a tax <\vf>\
t,, be issued ile-i.....n. Siiid certificates
embrace the following described prop-
erty, in the Count) ol PsjtiL state of
F lorldii, to- it .-
!.<>t 23, Block I. c.id,n Beach Bee
E, I'lat BooV H, Page rSt, in lb.
County of I'a'.-. State of Florida.
as embraced In Certificate No. 12"
The assessment of said pro|iert> un-
der th.- said certificate Issued was in
the na mi of Helen A Inc.
Lot 26 less N; Bleak L Oolden
1 leach Sec 17. I'lat Book I'ac-
122, in the Count) of Dade. State
of Florida, as embraced In Certifi-
cate No, 121. "'he assessment of said
property under the said oprtlfieate
Issued was iii the name .1 Helen A
Inc.
laits 1 A -'. Block 11. Magnolia Bub.,
I'lat Book |0, I'age s". iii the Count)
of Dade, State of Florida, as em-
braced in Certificate No, ".'-'. The
assessment ot said property under
th,- said certificate issued was in
the name of James C Thomas.
Lot 12, Block ii, Ptnewood Park,
Plal Book >i. I'age 42. In the County
if Dad.-. Stale of Florida, as em-
braced ill Certificate No. 17'."-'. Tin-
assessment of said property under
the said certificate IsSUed was in
the nainc of Katie liendricksoii.
E 11" FT TR 8-A, Rev, Plat of Vic-
toria Heights. I'lat Book 88, Page
7m. in the County of Dade, State of
Florida, as embraced in Certificate
No 2084. The assessment of said
propert) under the said certificate
issued was in the nun. ol Leonora
cillajd. Trustee el al,
l.nt 2, Block 82, Liberty City. Plal
Book 7. I'age 7'.'. in the Count) of
Bade, State of Florida, as embraced
in Certificate No. 2608 The assess-
ment of said propert) under the aald
certificate Issued was In the name
oi Ellsha .v Henrietta N. Taylor.
Lot 19, Block I, Byrola Bines, Plat
Book 21, I'age 18, in the Count) of
dad, State of Hoi Ida, as embraci ri
in Certificate No, 2721. The assess-
ment of said propert) under thi said
certificate Issued was in the name
of Annie Mae Edwards A H. T. Ed-
wards.
Lot 13, Adelaide Park. Plal Book 27.
Page 4>. in the Count) "f Dade.
state of Florida, as embraced in
Certificate No. II2IV,. The assess-
ment of said propert) under the said
certificate issued was in Ihe name
of Mildred tt Naomi Brown.
Lots l to 10 Inc.. Block 8, less Lota
1 to 7 inc.. Block 2, Morgan Hill,
i'lat Book 21. I'm;.- 4. in the County
of Dad*. State of Florida, as em-
braced in Certificate No 8283. The
assessment of said property under
the said certificate issued was In Ihe
name of Pelican 1-and Co., Inc.
Lots 11 to 18 Inc., Block 2, Morgan
Hill. Plat Book 21. I'age 4, in the
County of Dade, State of Honda, as
embraced in Certili.at. No. 3234.
The assessment of said property un-
der th,- said certificate issued was
in the name of Pelican Hind Co..
Inc.
Lot 4. Block 1, Kay Hardy Snb-1'lat.
Plat Book i. Page 85, m the Count)
of Dade, State of Florida, as ein-
i iii Certificate No. 8681. The
assessment of aald property under
the said certificate Issued was in
the name, of Salvador Agullar,
s ii" ft l.ot :,. Bale Sub.. Plal Bonk
85, I'age 79, in the County Dab
State of Florida, as embraced i'
Certificate No, 3834. The assess-
ment of said property under the saiil
certificate issued was in the Hallo
of Joseph M. Oaleano,
Lot 4. Block Highland Park. Plal
Book 2, Page IS, in the County of
Dade, s'tate of Florida, as embra.....t
In Certificate No. 8939, The assess-
ment of said property under the said
eerlil'leate issued was in the name
of The Black & White Realty Co.
Lota ii. 7 A- 8, Block 15, Alice Bald-
win Bt Al Sub.. I'lat Book B, Pans
7. and Plat I.....k H.'l'agc IS, in the
County of Dole, state of Florida, aa
nibrae.d ill Certificate No. 8870
Th. assessment of said propert) un-
der the said certificate issued wus
in the name of Martin SidroW Int
I.,.f :i. Block 'i. Dab- Miller Tract.
Hat Book :. Pag,- 70. In Ho Counts
of Bade, State of Florida, as em-
braced in Certificate No. 1086. The
assessment of said propert) under
the said certificate Issued was In the
name of Win A Ida Meehlowlts.
lt 1". Block It. Dale Miller Tract,
i'lat Book 2, i'ag.- 7o. in the County
of Dad,. Btati of Florida, as em-
braced in Certificate No. 4062. The
assessment ol said propert) under
the said certificate Issued waa In the
name of Annie Johnson.
Lots 9 A I". Block 28, Miami South.
I'lat Book P.. Bag. II. in the Coun-
ty of Did.-, state of Flotilla. a> em-
braced in Certificate No, 1166. The
assessment ol said propert) under
Ihe said certificate Issued "as in the
nam.. of Buyers Inc. Lessee.
Lot 17. Block 28, Miami Beach Im-
provement Co sub.. Plal Book .
i'age s. in the County of Bade, Btati
of Florida, as embraced In Certifi-
cate No, 1536 Th,- assessment of
said property under the said certifi-
cate issued was in the name of
Huesse Boclete De Placements.
Lot 6, Block ::. Coral Gables Doug-
las Sec., Hat Book 23, Page 69, In
the Count., ol Dad.. State of Flor-
ida, as embraced In Certificate No
-,;:'n The assessment of said prop-
erty under the -aid certificate is-
sued was iii the name of Jaime Sana
A w i 'arolina.
S 1 I of \V of NEi of NK',. Sec-
tion 24, Township 55 South. Range
::: Eaat, containing 13 acres more
Or less, ill the Count) Ol Dad.. Still-
of Florida, as embraced In Certifi-
cate No. 6801, The assessment of
sani propert) undei the said certifi-
cate Issued was In the name ul
I'uradi-e M.im rial Gardens Inc
Lot ;. Block 1. ftett) Lti Mnmi.ii,..
Plat Book 15, Page II. in the Count)
Of Dade, State ot Florida- as em-
braced In Certificate Ne. 77.7.2. The
assessment of said propert) under
the said certificate issued was In the
name of Rebecca Mills & John A.
Mills
I'nless said certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law. the prop-
ert) described heroin will be sold to
tile highest bidder at the Court House
dooi on the flrsl Hbnda) In the month
of May, A.D. 1964, which is the 4th
da) oi Miry, A.D 1964.
Dated this sisl da) of March, A.D.
i'."it
i: p. li: tTHERMAN, Clerk
of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) I" R m i BEPER,
Depot) clerk
4. J-10-17-24


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