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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and WE JEWISH WEEKLY ie 37 — Number 18 Miami. Florida, Friday. May 1. 1964 Three Sections — Price 2Cinn Delays icision On Scientists lUSALEM —UTA'— A For[Office spokesman has ex"disappointment" over fcision of the West German fct to postpone action on legto prevent West German Ists from working on weapistems in Egypt. l Bonn Government was to l-< week on an amendment Federal passport law which give officials authority to scientists working tor lor[governments. The amending prepared hy the Intenoi Iry after disclosures last Jhat West German engineers helping Egypt to develop Is and fighter aircraft. Op )MI deputies in the West Ger'arliament charged that the |sts were violating the Conkn, iile awaiting official assess of the decision by the Cabinet to postpone action amendment, officials of Poreign Office here declined lment on the reasons for tstponement but the factor Continued on Pago 12-A [eligious Units to Assist Civil Rights KHINGTON — (JTA) — Reli AmeitCU Jewry of all three linations — Orthodox. Conlive and Reform—will be upon to participate activea massive, national demonJon ol "prayer and politics." at passage by Congress of irrently pending civil rights tation, leaders of the SynaCouneil of America anted here. announcement was made by Di Uri Miller, president of the pgogue Council, which eraea lay and rabbinical organinof the Orthodox. Reform Conservative persuasions; Rabbi It win M. Blank, chair <>f the Council's Social Acis Commission. la two Council leaders, along about 1.000 other Jewish JITS from all over the country. iding laymen and rabbis, were participate here Tuesday night national interreligious convon designed to spur passage of federal civil rights legislation. I Co-sponsoring the convocation, pth the Synagogue Council's Dmmission, are the Commission Religion and Race of the Nanal Council of Churches, khose affiliates are the Protesnt and Orthodox Christian lurches; and the Social Action department of the National Catholic Welfare Conference, labbi Miller was to be one of l*e principal speakers at the Continued on Pago VA Congressional Unit Opens Study of Prayer in Schools IMANUEl CEUtK thinking twice Fair Says 'No' To Removal Of Jordan Mural HISTORIC SCENES PAGE 4-C RIBBON-CUTTING PAGE 6-C NEW YORK (JTA) — Rob•rt Hoses, president of the New York World's Fair, has rejected a lemand by the American-Israel .'avilion for removal of an anti%  srael mural in the J e w ta n mn 'avilion which Moses conceded \as "political in nature arid subcct to misinterpretation." The mural shows an Arab refigee youth and his mother makng an appeal to the world to help the million of us wasting our ves in exile misery waiting to .'o home" and assailing "strangrs from abroad" who "began mying up land in Palestine and luring up the people. American-Israel Pavilion officials protested the mural to Continued on Page 11-A WASHINGTON (JTA) — The House Judiciary Committee began hearings this week on the explosive issue of prayers in public schools with a massive array of friends and foes of such religious practices scheduled to testify in the next three weeks. In the committee files there are about 150 resolutions, sponsored by a fourth of the total member ship of the House ol Representatives, aimed at nullifying two U.S. Supreme Court rulings banning prayers in public schols. Thousands of letters have inundated I he lawmakers. The hearings are being conducted by Rep. Emanuel Celler, New York Democrat. A key figure in the drive is Rep. Frank J. Becker, New York Republican, who has introduced a proposed Constitutional amendment to permit such prayers. As one of the first Congressional witnesses, he attacked foes of such prayers as "cynics" and "atheists." He implied Congress would be snowed under with protests if it did not act on his amendment. The United Parents Association. of New York, informed Rep. Celler in a letter of its "vigorous opposition" to the proposed amendment. The UPA said that school prayer was "a state-conducted religious activity" which violated I lie conscience and religious lreedem "of some or all of the children, their parents and their leathers." This is roughly the long stated position ol the organised Jewish community in the United States. Hep. Celler said he hoped that Continued on Page 10-A SENTENCED TO EIGHTEEN MONTHS Negro Youth Sent Off to Jail For Attacking Yeshiva Pupils Nazi Who Fled Believed Heading for South America GENEVA — (JTA) — Swiss po •ice and Interpoi, the intcrnation il police organization, were team %  d this week in a hunt for Hans Walter Zech-Nenntwich, a convictad Nazi war criminal, who fled last Wednesday from a maximum security prison in West Germany to Switzerland. Speculation was mounting, however, that the former SS cavalry officer and a woman companion, had already fled from Switzerland lor a possible hideout in South America. The Nazi, who was convicted last Monday on charges of complicity in the wartime slaughter of 5,200 Jews in the Pinsk ghetto in Nazi-occupied Russia, was being held in a Brunswick prison, awaiting the outcome of two appeals of the sentence. One was by his attorney and the other by the prosecutor for a stiffer sentence. A prison warden, Dietrich Zee mann. was arrested'in the escape Continued on Page 13 A NEW YORK (JTA) The only youth arrested in a Negro teen-agers' attack on pupils of a i Brooklyn Yeshiva was sentenced this week to 18 months in the State Training School. The 15-year-old defendant, whose name was withheld, had been in trouble frequently and had been on probation since July. He was sentenced in Children's Court by a Negro judge. The man who placed him under i citizen's arrest. Leo Berkman, a I city building inspector, received several telephone threats and po lice put his home under watch. Two teachers and some 15 pupil.were roughed up in the attack b> 150 Negro youth on the United Lu bavit cher Yeshiva in the slumridden Bedford-Stuyvesant area The fighting started during a luncheon recess when the Negroes invaded the school yard and be".an pushing and hitting the pupils. Berkman. who was driving by, stepped his car, jumped out and ran to the defense of the children. After a brief scuffle, he %  cbdued one of the invaders and the rest ran off. A spokesman for the National Association for the Advancement pi Colored People condemned the assault as "a tragic and shocking revelation of corroding effect of racial and religious bias." The American Jewish Congress -aid that it would be "tragic" if the "cordial relations" between "responsible elements in the Negro and Jewish communities" were jeopardized by the incident. The statement also expressed "sadness" over the fact that Negro children, themselves victims n!' racial prejudice, "should attempt to release their frustration .:iid bitterness on other innocent children." The statement said the Incident underlined the need for all perSOUS "to redouble our efforts to eliminate discrimination and bigotry." and that it imposed a special obligation on Negro leaders" to assure that the ideas ol non-violent demonstrations in Uncivil rights struggle were understood by all Negroes, "includi children." The Anti-Defamation Leagu; called the "unprovoked attack" a "sad occurrence" and expressed the hope that it was "an "isolated incident and does not reflect any planned pattern." The ADL warned that "we must not let this wrong go unheeded." Police put the school under around-the-clock protection after the incident, in which the Negroii shouted anti Semitic epithets. jeering at the pupils with such statements as "You don't belo in this country." Many adults. Negroes and white, watched the clash. Except j toy Berkman. none came to the aid of the pupils. The inspectncalled the indefference of IV adults "disgraceful." British Crack Down on Rabbi's Appointment LONDON — (JTA) — The Council of the United Synagogue, British Jewry's principal synagogual l;!nx Judaism. The Council met to act on a resolution approved earlier in the week for dismissal of the honorary officers and hoard of the -ynagogue Sir Isaac Wolfson, president of the United Synagogue, submitted the resolution with a report on its background Polish Envoy Quits Meeting for Warsaw Ghetto CHICAGO — (JTA) — Ambassador Edward Wrozniak, Polish envoy to the United States, walked out demonstratively from a memorial meeting here honoring the martyrs of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, it was reported in the current issue of The Sentinal. local English-Jewish weekly. More than 2.200 persons attended the meeting, where the Polish Ambassador was one of the speakers. The Polish diplomat and other Polish officials marched out of 'he hall in protest against charges that Poles had stood by while the Nazi Army was completing preparations to demolish the War saw Ghetto. The charge was voiced by Herman Shumlin, producer of the controversial play. "The Deputy." who was also a speaker. Mr. Shumlin read to the audience an actual statement by Cardinal Hlond, which he said was typical of the attitude taken by many Poles during that period, in which the prelate stated that "it is an actual fact that Jews fight against the CathContinued on Page 1S-A



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Friday. May 1. 1964 +Jen I si) ncrktlan Page 3-A each BB Lodge Installation Sunday; oldstein Will Receive Top Award | X o y -olin, executive editor of i h„. j, h FlorWinn, will be i j, speaker at the annual in.; (tiillatio dinner oi the Miami leach L d'-'e of B'nai B'rith Sun-, | :i i nighl :30 p.m., at the DiLido otel j Mind;.-, whose columns have; on na:.u.nal attention and the Loms LaMed; %  ward of the! JationaJ Foun fat ion I t yew. A brmer membe the I -:'. ersit; Mian : acuity. will diaewa MNULIH }toutlook for world Jewry. Gerald Schwartz, public relations eojnselor, will take office president, succeeding Samuel l/einer certified public accountChildren's Center spring Dance rThe C? laren's Center, a school Ir emotionally-disturbed children. Ill sponsor a benefit spring dinjr danfif May L> at the Robert' %  >H' PresideW Ralph Poston has ap-i ^nted Mrs. Phil Gordon chair-, an nl thf SOCiaJ aftair which will j helu poolside at the hotel. rving on the committee are s. Buddy Halpert, Mrs. Henry Itzman and Mis William Kobn/. ant. Irving Schatzman is honorary life president of the lodge, with Joseph L. Goodman president-elect. Sam A. Goldstein, lonu time member Oi the Beach Lodge, and chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Florida Regional Board oi the Ar,ti-Det Jiiiatinn League of B'nai B'rith, will receive a special award for his years, of AIXL servici.'at the dinner. Paul Scidcrman. also a lodge member and a national ADL commissioner, will make the presentation. Dr. Herbert Baumgard. of Temple Beth Am. and a member of the boards of both ADL and the American Jewish Committee tor Florida, will be installing officer. Judge Milton Friedman, past president of B'nai B'rith District 5. and senior municipal judge ot Miami, will be master of ceremonies. Michael Sossin and Gershon Miller, past presidents of the Beach Lodge, will offer the invocation and benediction, respectively. Comedian Milton Ross heads the entertainment program. Dietary laws will be observed. '•. Go to Vote en Tuesday Dade Cou.it>'.goes, to Jhe polls on Tuesday. May 5. Jo vote for a long list of candidates seeking election to posts ranging from Governor oi Florida to member of the Dade County Board of Public Instruction. Voting places will be open Tuesday at specified precinct points from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Civic and communal agencies and leaders this week joined the many mass communications media here in a plea for all registered voters to go to the polls in a lull display of democratic government. I i Jews Also at Fault -Goldmann SAM GOlDSTtlN \-',"2V "Z"2 791X09 5Tfl BETH DIN OFFICE RANI OR. TIBOH H. STERN 1061 Mkhhjon A vs., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 David Pinski Oneg Shabbat On Friday, an Oneg Shabbat will be held at the Farband Center. 842 Washington Ave.. at 8 p.m. A special program has been arranged, with Louis Lasavm. principal of the David Pinski Folk School, speaking on "Biblical Personalities." Chayele Grober. star of the Habima. will be accompanied by Aida Yaslo at the piano and Francis Packer, soloist. Mendel Chomitz is cultural chairman. Max B. Astor is president. Miami Executive Author of Guide "A Guide for Teaching Jewish Values/' to accompany a textbook on the teaching of Torah. has just appeared under the authorship of Louis Schw artzman. executive director of the Rureau of Jewish Education. The 23-page bullet in describes the necessity for teaching Jewish values In the Jewish schools. The guide will direct Students to emphasize the Jewish concepts and values in the teaching of the Pentateuch. The new text will be introduced into Jewish school? of Greater Miami during the September. 1964 term. PARIS — (JTA) — Dr. Nahum Goldmann. president of the World Jewish Congress, said this week that all the Jews of the free world, along with their leaders, failed to take adequate action to mitigate the Nazi slaughter of European Jewry during World War II. Speaking at a meeting com memorating the 21st anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto revolt, held in the largest public hall in Paris, he stressed the responsibility ot the world Jewish leadership and that of the Western allies in the massacre of the 6.000.000 men. women and children. He said that "if there is reason to level charges, and some of these have been leveled, they should be addressed to all Jews of the free world during the Second World War. All of us, leaders included," he stressed, "failed during this important test. Furthermore, the history of the attitude of the democratic powers in Europe and in the United States does not constitute a glorious chapter for either the peoples or for modern democracy." He stated that the reactions "lit the lace oi growing Hitlerism and of the anti-Semitic aspects of Nazism is a sad story ot failures and defeats, of lack of political comprehension and lack of courage." He added that the Jews of the free world "never had the daring to undertake courageous action or to make better known our demands to the democratic governments then in power." Dr. Goldmann recalled the day when he received a cable from the Warsaw Ghetto addressed to himself and Rabbi Stephen Wise, the late American Zionist leader, m which the beleaguered Warsaw Jews wanted to know why American Jewish leaders had not "sat day and night on the steps of the While House" until the President of the United States would have given the order to bomb the concentration camps and the railways leading to them. Group 2 Group 2 BERNARD BERMAN Ur State Legislature WIN WITH THE MAN WHO GETS THINGS DONE! THEM 15 NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE Pull Lever 16A n Poi **< Elf CT... RUFUS C. 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•'age 4-A rJmls* ncrkfiar Friday, Mny 1, 1964 i K M A 14 .V ~Je wish. Floridian C FFICE and PLANT — 120 NX Sixth Street Telephone PR MUNT — — Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 ?RED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher ilG MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel Tel Aviv. lira*! RAY U. BINDERC orrespondent ...... Prid., H,-,-e !,::>-. T•;-' %  • ,: I II s K SKlh •-• „ _s. %  %  -.. •Foatatra P I < The JewLh FlaVWia* ha, b,or b ,dth. Jewish Un,)-^ during the week by LEO MINDLIN AN ACQUAINTANCE ** mine has written w hich SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area .,/ On. Year 18.00 Three Year, $12.00 Out of Town Upon Request Volume 37 Number IS Friday. May 1. 1*4 19 lyar 5724 German Scientists In Headlines Again The German scientists in Cairo c e making headlines again. It if now a full year that the discovr. y of their presence has been r ade. As yet, the Bonn Governrrent refuses to do anything about • em The latest reprieve came : s week, when the West German 1 _:binet poj^oned action en legiscn to prevent German nation%  s from working on weapons stems in Egypt. Many are the excuses that ve come from Bonn. The majoi •explanation" is that people in a country can not be ; evented from going abroad for Sessional or, indeed, any other id of reason. The untruth here is manifest. The issuing of passports under st German rule is predicated c the fact that travelers leaving e country for any purpose whatever will not be endangering the ration as a consequence of e;r business. Although Bonn of:'.cials obviously did not need to ce reminded of the fact, this has c.ready been brought to their attention. If the scientists now at work under Nasser's instruction are not in fact endangering West Germany, they are certainly putting their country into an untenable position — one sufficiently unhappy as to bring the passport cround rules into play. That the German Government has repeatedly refused to do so seems to offer increasing evidence of its delight in the presence of the scientists in Cairo. All else emanating from Bonn on this subject these days must be regarded as commentary. The Need for Unity The attack by Negro youngsters against a group of Yeshiva students in Brooklyn was -moitunate, indeed. American Jews have been among the strongSSl end most outspoken supporters for Negro nbertiee. Above and beyond the attack itself, it becomes increasingly important to understari precisely why anti-Semitic attiudes among Necroes seem to be growing — and despite the assistance they receive from Jews in the battle for civil rights. It would also be unrealistic to rule the incident as an isolated case. The evidence of anti-Semitism among Negroes today is too strong to dismiss it so lightly. Nevertheless, responsible Negro leaders and responsible members of the Negro community continue to be grateful for the position of most American Jews in their behali. It would be just as unrealistic and particularly sad if the Brooklyn attack were to shake our resolve and understanding that there can be no true democracy in our nation so long as the rights of some of our fellow citizens are stunted by lawlessness and bigotry. They Want Investigation The American Council for Judaism is doina it again. This time, its leaders are asking the State Department for an interpretation of the precise language of a forma] communique ISprogram "to conguer the communities of U.S. Jewry." Admittedly, the phrase is somewhat poetic The American Jewish community is after all the largest and most powerful outside of Israel and it is here that Zionist leaders hope to acquire anew the strength of purpose behind the establishment of tfte Jewish State in the first instance. Only the American Council for Judaism would be bent on making something more out of this. There are, to be sure, elements in the State Department who will be sympathetic to the Council's plea for an "interpretation." It is thev who from time to time suggest investigat of the activities of major American Jew anthropic organizations in behalf of Israel. It is they who did their very best fio: beginning to prevent the reemerqence of at all. The Council's fears must be aomenal. Their sceurity as Ar: as Jews is certainly tenuous in the extreme. Voting Next Tuesday A whole host of statewide and local elections will be on Tuesday's ballot. From governor, senator and representative down to Dade County School Board and constable candidates are currently offering themselves foi the voter's choice. During the past few weeks, The Jewish Floridian has carried platform statements and biographical data on a wide variety of the aspii ants whose names they will be meeting in the pnvacy of their voting booths next Tuesday We urge our readers to consider their sections carefully. More important, we urqe theTr 1 ban o r Ure ,0 k6eP ,He apP in,mei 3h This is democracy in action. Men and women in other parts of the world have still to figh for the right to govern themselves Let* not take our generations-long duty so lightly Those who have earned the ZOO 7 ISraeI and *" W rld Zi0nlS, 6rgan mle must tul,iH i,s ^Ponsibiimw One of these, and a central one lot. Remember, vote wtiKh ho concj*2 if ine analysis ot the djin,^ that daily faces even as-i see-it-Tr-Tr^S* letter is m response to 1 recent column here which*! cussed the innual cross** • %  • Dsde CountycZj house. My acquaintance raits -that logic and la* Jr not the sole criteria to be utilized in deciding whether or Dot u begin a battle." He also grants my opinion "that on th.other, Of the balance most be plar-ed such considerations as th.magnitu^ or importance ot the right threatened (and. the chances winning .*' Having said all these things, he then launches int., ., one-afrj and irresponsible attack against the Anti-Defamation League, VSM, decision at its annual meeting in Miami net to launch a canrpain aaainst the holiday cross hanging inspired the column and my tt planatory support ot the League's action. There are many rathe sharp and irrelevant charges my acquaintance make*. An exanj* of these is the following: The ADL has not contributed one lawyer, one hour or OK I dollar in support ot the thousands of Negroes and whites who hat, I t>een arrested tor peacefully demonstrating against segregate | I Tallahassee, St. Augustine, Jacksonville, Ocala. Miami and othe I Florida cities' I am frankly less interested in arguing the presumable lac J here than in taking a position which must once and fen all be ma* I clear lest theJewish community ultimately find itself -wept ir.:t I an ideological sea "l quicks ind Let this stand on thi record S those who consider it cowardly or even traitorous froi ertarian point ol view make the most of it: 1 am not re that • •!> ; ction ol any Jc ish organization, defense contril le oi contu >asis lawyers, hours or rs in i ol thi N'egi o cause DEV0CJMTIC TRADITIONS AT ST AKl T HIS IS A ... %  ny Jewi ry I • I sin %  I •• nd as Jew • iti< trad • l-thn st meanu • ,v, tend i" n ... that threats t<> the rigl i •to the i ights ol lion after Jew isl • "i the Negro battle until primary function ol their activity Neither is such fined to defense agencies alom also guilt) are rabbin:. welfare groups and a fully equipped constellation ol ders an.I synagogue-centered units, reaching a-tar do into the very cue of their teen-age affiliates all of the: paralyzed unless they can wordily embrace the Negi The consequence is that they are no longer Jewish The*-1 ster is that those who belong to them believe they m tact are Jewish and that, in i very positive way, they are Identify < ces with vital Jewish affairs Hence, the meaning ..!. Intended to project no less than these imp traditionally Jewish pragmatic Instruction them-. bewK betrayers ol then essential trusi THI MANY StU-Ummn DEMANDS THERE WILL INEVITABLY be those who >ay thai l am sail arguing again d g allon Such observations n ri garded as patent absurdities I am not doing that n N l ever in the past In.lee.i. countless cotamni ol n ardent pleas behalf o| civil rights, ape ik [< Bui hiletter are a cast searchu hi clearly has been, for lawyers, h • PP>rl f N then his search must ultimati i •' ctanar • ol one kind i rt-sighi i nright bigoted ol ncies in this area ol endi. %  %  %  • nly spiritually %  to I : ., nation, it is II thi :-i such as thes,. th ll Im udated into deserting then Idesi thing of all in this regal the demands would mosl often seek little ith Jewish organizations general!} u they d v 'ver which to fulminate speeificall) PRIMARY NllllTAHCl MS UStWHtKt | DO NOT lure exclude Ihe ADL. which despite m> B endocrine observations, la at times unhappiu H KAACP or CORE Would mv letter writ. ng I Negro attack against the Veshi\a students m Hi > la>1 ** proves his point: 1 Would he go through the entire ...mut of as* Semitic canards popular among Negroes: that th. were brutal because Jews nwn Negro-rental properi some *• because Jews trade with Negroes (some do>. because erally as bad as any other segment of the white p %  '•'"> '-'* sadly are i m their racial attitude I would put it otherwise, that the Negro in America re*"" "• '" "" Arab In Israel, who is without InteUectual Irtd^ oecause he has llo experience in delegating lead, -lap and "> wiiungness thus far to learn respect for it. Hence he submit' extremist.flgureheads -in th. case of the Israel. Arab H ', heC ', munists-and to the extremism of his ungovernable emotions, i*"* But little of this il germane except to do im -tlCC he has don,, t., ,„ •„ u. w:_ „„.i .r 'hiC** 0> he J" 1 V! .zation. The communique outlines an accelerated s iiiuincM-eiJi IO cio III • ustice he has done to „,e to ai-ree with him. and "etj ol assistance to the battle for Negro ci "nil -tarts at that point where, knowing bett. i' 1 '""Bissa oi unJewiah Jews who are Jewish *** "itegratton l.,t them all be militantb mil U 'V ^mencan and entirely non-ecetarian ba %  %  ''• ,! "'' mj acquaintance Included un must pr-marlry be muitam abo : ism, for instance. **



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' Friday, May 1. 1964 + kntlsbtkridian Page 5-A LET'S MAKE IT UNANIMOUS! MYERS PREPARED FOR PUBLIC SERVICE ^3^ % ^ fat State U ^lS r **#\ %  /„ K lift**** 1 %  ^e' y|S "•, o *J* ^*/a *. /, "*/ <*ft JWMla>, April 21, 1964 ** %  THE MIAMI BEACH SUN THE MIAMI BEACH REPORTER THE DEMOCRATIC CLUB OF MIAMI BEACH THE VOTERS AND TAXPAYERS LEAGUE OF MIAMI AND DADE COUNTY THE DEMOCRATS ASSOCIATION OF HIALEAH THE DADE COUNTY YOUNG DEMOCRATS ASSOCIATION THE DADE COUNTY COUNCIL OF SENIOR CITIZENS THE SOUTH DADE POLITICAL ACTION LEAGUE THE FIRE FIGHTERS OF FLORIDA DADE COUNTY COUNCIL WE HEARTIL Y ENDORSE KENNETH M. MYERS EDWARD F. DUNN ALEX M. BALFE WILLIAM L. PALLOT FRED B. HARTNETT JOHN SERBIN JACOB SHER JOHN B. TURNER PATRICK J. CESARANO BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER JOHN HARRISON CHARLES SHARP LEONARD ABESS BEN HENDRICKS HATHAWAY RINEHART SAM J. HEIMAN ROBERT SHAPIRO NAT SEDLIK MATTHEW SILVERSTEIN JOE S. SCHEINBERG VIRGILIO SANTORO MILTON SADOFF STEVE TENDRICH SELMA M. THOMPSON MILARD RUGGLES BONNIE RUBENSTEIN JEANNE ROTHSCHILD MYRA FARR HELEN BARRY CHESTER KAY MAURICE PEARLSTEIN HERMAN RUBIN FRED K. SHOCHET MAX WEITZ ROSLYN GRIPPO LOUIS HEIMAN AINSLEE FERDIE FANNY REICH HYLAND RYFAS A. BUDD CUTLER LEO EISENSTEIN RICHARD BRICKMAN ROBERT FOREMAN CHUCK McREYNOLDS LEON KAPLAN LEONARD EGERT MOLLY RICHMAN EVA KARP ARTHUR APPEL HOWARD GALBUT AARON FARR NORTON S. PALLOT DR. MAX PEPPER ROBERT ASTI JOHN McNUTT ELMOR SPECTOR STEVE KOUCHALAKOS GEORGE J. TALIANOFF LEONARD LURIA JOSEPH GASSEN ROSE WEISS DAVID CATSMAN EDWARD T. NEWMAN WILLIS H. FLICK LARRY GILBERT BERNARD YOUNG REVY BALKIN WIKLER JACK LEE ORKIN AARON PODHURST R. W. BECKMAN HYMAN GALBUT SALLY GARDNER ALLEN KORNBLUM DICK BEZDEK H. E. GOODMAN DR. GEORGE GRAHAM KEN KNOX ROBERT SPICER ETHEL SHOCHET MARTIN ORLIN SAMUEL NIEBERG JAMES NELSON ALBERT J. HIRSCH POLLY PRONEWITCH CHARLES A. FREEDMAN LAURA FREEDMAN ALBERT PERLMAN MELVYN AND NATALIE FRUMKES JACK SEITLIN LEO J. ROSEN JOSEPH COHEN ROSE BROWN WILBUR AARONSON MRS. MAX BODERMAN RICHARD B. STONE JOHN HALL ALLEN STONE MR. AND MRS. CHARLES POWERS S. RONALD PALLOT RICHARD A. MERRITT C. MARSHALL WILLIAM LILLY STANLEY KOLODNY MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM HEYMAN EUGENE HEIMAN MR. AND MRS. HOWARD GROVE HERBERT FREEDMAN ELINOR BEHRENDT GLORIA EVANS ROSE TAKSIR MAX BODERMAN PAUL SEIDERMAN RALPH M. WEISBARD AARON FREILICH SOL KARP ROBERT WEITZ MR. AND MRS. JEAN C. LEHMAN 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 MAY 5th l\ii.l rnlltlcal Vlv.



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mt MJPage 6-A *• ImH* fkridton Friday. May | ^ Religious Bodies to Aid Rights Fight Continued from Page 1-A session it Georgetown University. The action program to bo proposed for Tt*e American Je\wsti community. >atd Kaobi Blank will read otf ,th a mjuest that, at even Sabbath service in tverr synagogue and totnph? in the country, until the pendmc legist*tion is passed, their be held rpecial prayers. sermon> be delivered on the subject, and diseii-sir-n ot the civil ripht> lOBO* be e-mphawrecl At the -aim' time. Rabbi Blank said. Jews across the nation will be asked to intensify a mail campaign to members ot the I P. Senate, where the civil nehthill is twins hobbtecl currentl> through fibbuster W< nave made tar reaching pronouncjments against racial discrimination over tnc vears. said Rabbi Blank. ••\ov ithe time, by personal', involvement, for memb. rs of re-' .1 is institution-. in-iMred By I [heir •mnist.i-. tx >e^ an<1 ,ab i bis to take torthn-lu -tandtor ;, new pattern Of •! %  < &*• and equality for all citizens." Mrs. Meyers Seeks Reelection to School Board lirs Anna Brenner Meyers h he<:. serving on the Dade Count> School Board since 1*3. a post which she •:.appointed at that time In 1956. Mrs. Meyers was elected to succeed herself, a victory trick she repeated • i960. Atcordin. I Mrs Meyers ten her tenure, the chairman of Committee recomrreidin.; improvements :n the I '_r..m and irman of a ttee to rev.ev. btdding i"rm> and con-tr.n.contract> for sch i Mrs. Meyers is also reported to have supported the school board in Heating the S34.5 million Bond Issue for school buildngs and classrooms; urged the establishment of a Junior Colego in Dade County, which led to Miami-Dade Junior College now serving (.000 students daily; recommended and was successful in persuading the board to increase salaries of teachers and other school personnel; and urged adoption of bidding on milk, ice cream and food, resulting in large savings of money. More recently,' declare the c..noidate'< supporters "Mr' Meycrs recommended establishment o! committee of representative citizens to study the quality ot education in Dade County >ehools The resultant Quality Education mittee ha> been responsible t r dividing the Dade County ol System into four sub-districts with a district -uperintendent responsible for each, representing some 50.000 pupils :n elementarv junior high and senior high' ls." Mrs, Meyers is a member of the Miami Beach. Dade County and American Bar Associations. She was organizing president of the Florida Women Lawyers Associa. and served as vice president <: the Internationa] Federation of MHMA MrCNNf* MfTtffS Women Larers is a dateente representing Florida Women Lawyerkn the Nation;.! AaaWBll (son of Women Lav : In March of this year, Mrs. Meyers received the Histadrut Woman of the Year Award, as well as the award for Outstanding Contributions benefiting Metropolitan Dade Ccunty C'tixenry from the Metropolitan Court. Mr> Meyers is the rccipiei •: | v, •• ilor Award of of Israi rids, and las! on the Woman ol tin \ Award from th< of the Hebrev I'nivei sit) also holds the Br tl of National C tians and JewA DEDICATED AMD SINCERE MAM SEEKING YOUR SUTFORT SO WAT HE CAM SERVE YOU AND ALL OF FLORIDA! it Successful Businessman with College in GOVfflrllrfnt. %  dr Native of Dade County. • Will Fight Sales Tax on Food & Drugs Work to establish Mental Health Program Abolish Inventory Tax & Improve all Educational Facilities. dr Special emphasis on measures dealing with Human Relations Linton J. Tyler I'm for TYLER too! STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP 2 (County Wide) VOTE FOR VICTOR LEVINE Lever 33-B BACKGROUND • Bern: New Tart City, May 17, 1913 • Miomi resident far mere than M year* • M iw ri i i to B>ss**a Doom levine C T A — ihsr, teacher at akomi SV.IU., fir-arty at Ada Merritt Basse Wliali n i, Cdisen (r.M S *W John. DuPuls Elementary. • Feer children • Beys' Club. New Yer* LETS KEEP JUDGE MARTIN P. SBACHAT IN SMALL CLAIMS COURT EXPERIENCE INTEGRITY PROVEN ABILITY JUDGE SHACHAT a S yeors experience os Jedrje • New Judge of Doee Ceunty Smell Cloims Court • Ho> heord more thon 5.000 coses since appointment to bench, July, 1963 • Municioot Judge North Miami Beoch, IflMS, 195160 • President, North Miomi Beech Blood Benk a Conthot Veteron World War II, Memoer JWV, Americon LegioDisabled Americon Veterans a Graduate, Miomi low School. 1951 • Member, Florida, American, Code County and Narth Oade Bor Associations • Married, lives with wife Jewel, and 3 children • Respected by All a RE-ELECT MURRAY H DUBBIN Kjjommmmmsmmmmr$TU RfrWfNUTIVI, Gresp 6 Dade Needs DUBBIN'S Experienced Leadership JI Keep ... JANE S. X h^^^^^"u ROBERTS ... i (MRS. LYLE) Your School Board Member Lever 39-B GROUP 1 AT LARGE Dre-otic Scholarship. U.-efl Arttstailt in Dramatics 1 Public Speaking, U. of Miomi, 1933-34-35 Taught Dromrtics I Public Speaking at St. Theresa Catholic School. 1934-35 ll.B University of Miami Schal af Law, 1937 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS • Jewish War Veterans • Beth David Congregation • B'nai B'rith •• Iron Arrow • Theto Alpha Phi (Charter President • W.g end Wing (Presides, • Rha Beta TTasiiiiii • this No. 4 • MAHI Shrine • te*< ^'HZ** *"*•* •*' "-'"iy ••oerd af VeaOsry tSnW,.. s Hospital • Pest President .1 Uni.-rsit. Miami low Sch.,1 Alemm Association, three terms For JUDGE of Juvenile Court and Domestic Relations • Formerly Chairman of the Legal Aid Committee o 1*1 Dede County Bar Association, now Member of Family Law Cammittee • Member, United States Ceest Guard lesenre (W 194M946; Chief Petty Officer, leeel Aid AdvisarSe*enh NevotOissrict • Mesnher: Boda Caewty.Bor Associetien Flerido lor Assecieti**, AmericeVBor Association, fedtrel Bor Asseciatien, America* Judkotors Society • Soeciol Assistant Attorney Bsaerol, State e< f l"' I943T94S • Governor s Adviser, U.S. President s Committee an Juvenile Delinguency and Tooth Crime WerfoTe-Plonnmo. Beard af Oade Cooaty • Coein—, Caiilt to ooo Jweoito OelkeaoeiKy and Tauth Crime, of the Federal Ber Asseciatien of South Florida A>



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Friday. May 1. 1964 fJew 1st tier Mian Page 7-A Israel Would Aid Arab Victims TEL AVIV (JTA) "Any (he national council of the Histanot specify the form of support' Arab state menaced by Nassenst; drut. Intel's Federation of Labor. Israel would be ready to give to j plotting cotild rely on Israel for The Wime" -Minirfe-f pitted Arab states menaced by Nassente j.-upport in reaching peace and ( t hat "Isreal would use all its rej subversion activitM* Bonwwtr. it [stability in the region," Prime > sources to unite all factors wish-1 was indicated later that anv Arab Minister Levi E-hkol said here. clevHopment for the benefit of'country that responded would get led.Ires-ing the opening session of the entire population." He did I a clear answer. Mr. Eshkol denounced the policy of Egypt's President Gatnal Abdel Nasser "of threats against Israel and aggression against other Arab states." These threats., he said, force, IsrajLtp. follow a policy of "continued alertness and readiness, as well as maintenance of the deterrent power, to foil any thought of aggrersion." At the same time. Mr. Eshkor also called on foreign powers to provide aid to Egypt, emphasizing Israel's interest in such aid that would increase the Egyptian standard of living but "not aid which Vsfrenpthens aggressors •• %  •>The Histadrut Council, which is meeting here in sessions to last four days, is discussing domestic questions primarily. 103,000 FOR LUNCH-EVERY DAY %  • N A cr.RT.MN OVERSEAS COUNTRY. 44,000 persons will have lunch today, thanks to UJA. In another the number will be 7.500. In still another 2 300 will eat in UJA-aidcd canteens. Yes. in thirty countries these scenes will be duplicated for 103,000 persons. That many meals will be served today and every day — by the Joint Distribution Committee, and the Jewish Agency for Israel, using UJA funds. These meals are not social occasions. They ate the meat and drink of survival. Preventing starvation is the first step in rebuilding an individual's life. This step will be followed by others ... until the long road to independence has been traveled. You can be part of this great drive to save and build human lives. You can help absorb new immigrants into the democratic life of the United States. Israel, and oilier loads by supporting UJA*s 1964 drive. Give generously to the regular United Jewish Appeal. Give again to UJA's Special Fund. IN 1964, UJA MUST GIVE LIFESAVING AID TO 751.300 IN ISRAEL —Help immigrants — new and old. Give newcomers initial aid .. and housing. Absorb immigrants of previous vcars including: • Aged and handicapped immigrants v earning for renewed usefulness, • Young people in need of training. • Immigrant farm settlers struggling for economic freedom. • Unskilled newcomers in development towns. IN EUROPE, OTHER LANDS-Sustoin those in need Help with food, shelter, medical care, training. Assist those who can emigrate to free lands IN USA—Aid and resettle newcomers arriving here. Save More Lives...Build More Lives United Jewish Appeal $69,000,000 Regular Campaign and $36,000,000 Special Fund • ..half it IMTtt MM AffEAlJWSN AOENCY FOR ISRAH. IMC • JOINT OISTMIBUTION COMMITTEE • NEW TOAK ASSOCIATION FOR MtW AMERICANS • HNIItO NIAS SERVICE CAN YOU REFUSE A CHILD? A daily meal is very dear to those overseas, served by United Jewish Appeal and our Combined Jewish Appeal 1317 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 32.



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+J e *M nrrldleur Paqe 9.JI ( &f&f&f&f&f -t^***********************.,,.^.^ ** + ****+*+*+W*++++++++*+++++++++++++++i+++++++ l ++ l + 4[+ + ++++ ( + OU SHOULD PULL LEVER 11-B ENATOR T ALLAHASSEE" EXPRESSWAYS fLIFF HERRELL sponsored the bill that langed the allocation of State Road Department funds. This change enabled Gov. Collins to give Dade its fair share. Jade received more State Road monies in that six year ;riod than it had received in the entire previous 41 ?ar history of the Road Department. We were able start our expressway system because of the law that MS introduced by Cliff Herrell in '55. 5. TOURISM CLIFF HERRELL really saved our tourist industry in 1963. On two occasions Guffstream Track in Broward successfully passed a law through the House switching the choice winter racing dates away from Hialeah Track. Two times it was killed in the Senate by Cliff Herrell. A novice in the Senate would have been helpless Cliff Herrell delivered the votes to kill the bill both times. If we didn't have Cliff in the Senate, we would have lost the Winter dates to Broward County and Hialeah would have had the Spring racing dates. : SENIORITY 10. H| GHER EDUCATION -• LIFF HERRELL serves on seven committees The Senate. He's on the committee for |gher education and he's a member of the >werful Legtslative Council. His seniority. fs experience and the respect he has earnfrom his fellow law-makers will pay idends to the Dade taxpayers when we ^tum him to Tallahassee. CLIFF HERRELL introduced the recent $150 million bond issue for higher education that was overwhelmingly approved by the voters last year. These funds will provide the high educational opportunities and facilities we need to keep pace with the space age. This is a perfect example of Cliff's vision and interest in our educational needs. UN VS IN OUR SUPPORT OF CUFF HERRELL • MARTIN FINE • SOL FRANKEL • GERSHON MILLER • JOSEPH A. NEVEL • HARRY B. SMITH • RICHARD B. STONE STATE SENATOR CLIFF HERRELL "Our Most Effective Voice in Tallahassee" j 11. HONORS AND AWARDS CLIFF HERRELL has received more honors and awards from the press and his fellow legislators than any other member of the Dade delegation. In '55-'57 and '59 he was voted one of the ten most effective members of the House. He was named the outstanding freshman Senator in '61. He was named one of the three most effective Senators in 1961. )N OF HIAtEAH • HIALEAH HOME NEWS • SEVERAL LABOR UNIONS • PETE HELLER • BURNETT ROTH • GEORGE TAUANOFF HOMESTEAD NEWS-LEADER Pd. fol. Art*. r>* **> %  *. +++ ***+** ********#tf*****#*******************************^



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* UUI? Fage 10-A +Jmlslirfrr0>**r Friday. May 1, i 964 U.S. Gov'L Eyes Prayer in Schools would permit, but Ctary Committee. i wouia permii. out not requirf prior to the start of the House students in public schools to en' hearings Sen. Hugh Scott. Penn, gage in prayer or meditation and -vlvania Republican, submitted to > read the Bible and oti„. r n(| f> Continued from Page 1-A American public would "think I ice" about amendments to peri t prayer and Bible reading in I blic .schools. Commenting on ] p. Becker's statement that his I -.endment was "designed to arantee permanently the right pray and read Holy Scriptures the public schools." Rep. Celi said "this is like an iceberg. There are a lew simple words ; top but a lot of repercussions derneath." Rep. John Lindsay. York Republican, said "1 hope members who seriously quesa change m.ght result lion the issue, ^e^here are^not m ^sligM. eros.on" of going lo be charged with being anti-God.," Rep. Jacob H. Gilbert. New York Democrat, warned against making the hearing seem to be "a battle between the godly and the godless." the Senate an amendment which I books. Amendment. Rep. Howard V. Smith. Virginia Democrat, warn***** Supporters of the change told ths committee that the U.S. constitution mi.st be so amended. Rep. Lcuis C. Wyman, New Hampshire Republican, admitted under questioning that such ed the committee that if it did not approve the Becker amendment, the committee would be bypassed and the issue would be taken cVectly to the floor cf the House. Hep Becker has 163 signatures f.;i a discharge petition [or that purpose and needs 218 Signatures to take Hi'.' issue from the JudiDubbin Pledges Tax Reform for Dade County State Rep Murraj H Dubbin l week pledged to renew his efts 'o aid Dade County's indus.il development and institute 1 \ n forms ii reelected to Ins i ,iup 6 seat on May 5. .'iting !n> record ;ia freshman islator in the 1%:! session, Dun %  pointed to three important in. strial develovmenl lulls he induced—"the Industrial Revenue : ml Financing Act. Repeal of the ,-entory Tax and the Prefer id Products Act." Dubbin stated, "Despite the pport I received from all embers of the Dade delegation id from many other represen,fives on these bills, they fail%  d to pass last year. I intend to MURlf.tY DUBBIN re-irtiodtce these and other inam confident that we can bolu Ui m O RE-ELECT JUDGE HUGH F. DUYAL Justice of the Peace JUDGE DUVALS 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 for 9 Years QUALIFIED-Has Heard Over 75,000 Cases PULL LEVER 46A dustrial development bills, and ster Dade County's business growth in the next session." Turning to tax equalization, the Miami attorney and native Ploridian plegeel "to continue my el iurts toward passage >>i severance taxes to replace revenuepresently being derived from bur lensome consumer taxes He said. "1 introduced two severance tax bills and three severance tax amendments to the Sales Tax Bill in 1963 and' will pursue this untap ped revenue source again." Declaring he is "running on my record of accomplishments in the Florida legislature," Dubbin cited "mj leadership in Introducing 7i important bill-, and supporting man} others during the las) ses sion Beach Principal To be Speaker At No. Shore Sidnej Lichter, principal ol Ida \l Fisher Junior Hijjh School, will be featured speaker at the North Shore Bnai B'rith meeting at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association Auditorium. 1133 Normandy Dr.. on Monday evening Program chairman. Irvine (' Spear, announced that Lichter s topic lor the evening will be "The Importance of a Jewish Education to the American Jewish Fain Burstain, president of will conduct the meet PULL LEVER 47A RE-ELECT Thelma II. HARDISON mr-i. lufher fj CONSTABLE DISTRICT 3, Dade County (Arta south of S.W. 8th Street including Precinct. 149 through 202 MRS. HARDIS0N S ability to get the job done is shown by her past record. Her reputation for honesty is well known throughout our community. She is qualified, experienced and has been a resident of District 3 for 39 years. BRe-Efecr ED MASON TO THE Pnld Politic ui \.lv FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION -JResident ol Dade County m lince 1925 Practiced. Law and Solved as Special Assistant to fho U: S. Attorney in Dade County Former Member of Dade County Commission 24 Year* of law and progressive public service Now serving as chairman of Florida Public Utilities Commission • • Re-Elecf ED MASON Experienced and Proven Leadership for Florida >xd ••' %  ma. *.,.-.,.— .. Petal fe> t* Id) M... n C ••***•• v- 4 FRED "BUD" DICKINSON has proven himself an effective lawmaker, respected in Washington and abroad, a friend to everyone in the State of Florida. I urge you to vote for his nomination as Governor. Please vote on May 5th. (Signed) Bill Shayne ILL. 'W.SLyn, 4-j*-** *****)•******* %  •*) &f •**•** *********** LET'S KEEP PROFESSIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PULL LEVER 31-A RE-ELECT BUCHANAN SHERIFF <*f



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Triday. May 1. 1964 +Jewisiincrictiar7 Page 11-A Fair Says No' to Removal of Jordan Mural Continued from Paje 1-A Moses, asserting that "such proL,!a.'iu J a runs counter to Hie spirit of the Fair expressed in the theme 'Peace Through Understanding' and counter to regulations of the Fair." The pertinent regulation reads: "The Fair Corporation will not permit the i operation of concession or exhibit which reflects discredit upon any state or nation." Moses replied that "the Fair' cannot censor the mural you re fcr to. even though it is political in nature and subject to misinlerpretation. We believe no good purpose would be served by cxaggorattng the significance of this leference to national aims or attributing racial animus to it." Upon receiving the rejection. the American-Israel Pavilion of ficials unveiled at the pavilion a PavMka. a mortar that fired iioise-maKing projectiles during the pavilion had initially decidi against display of the mortar. 1. tear of possibly offending Oth countries but now would displ I it, although the only idcntific tion on the gun will be its nam> King Hussein, of Jordan. M I visited the Jordanian I'avili" i Gordon Promises Board Progress A program of progressive cduration with emphasis on more [conomfcal operation of our |.-< hiicls This is the vow of Jack Cordon, running to succeed himself on the Dade County Board 'if Public Instruction in |Group L'. Cordon was elected to his present four-year term in i960 Pointin^ to the change since then, the, Candidate declared: "Four years MJO, our school system, despite a tremendous population growth. las being by-passed by developIn ntin the eductaional field. Today," he declared, "the I Board of Public Instruction has Iprovided the leadership necesIray to bring our schools to a Inew high level of educational (achievement." An ordmg to Gordon's supportlie is a sponsor of the re. fentlj adopted John F. Kennedy [emorial Program to upgrade Neschools in Dade County." G irdon is president of Washingin Federal Savings and Loan Isociatton and chairman of the tecutive Committee of Jefferson Itnuial Bank of Miami Beach. has participated in I'.S. and projects to encourage thrift Id home ownership in Latin nerican and African countries. %  'My leadership In modernizing •business methods of the school system iknown to all declar%  p Cordon. 'Competitive bidding in such areas as insurance and milk and broad lor school caieterias has already saved over half a million dollars for the county." he said. Said Gordon, urging voter support: "My insistence that the board be directly Involved in the negotiations with the Federal Government, which determined the amount we receive for educating Cuban refugees, and my personal efforts in the negotiations, have resulted so far in Dade County's receiving over £2.5 million more than we would have receivec 1 if we had simply accepted the recommendations of the school administrators." the 1948 Israel War of Independ 'during the weekend, told repo> ence ers he did not consider the nun i A pavilion spokesman said that'Offensive. VOTE FOR*PftOVEN INTEGRITY AND ABILITY £ %  KEEP LEONARD u, Vt a t \Y JACK CONDON Only an experienced person in financial allairs. which he has est in the advance of education achieved through his banking and human progress, could have executive position, he declared, brought about such achievements coupled 'with my intensive interfor Dade County." ELECT DOUG MADDEN CONSTABLE DISTRICT 3 MAY 5 Vote For A Man To DO A MAN'S JOB Pull Lever 48-A WHAT IS A CONSTABLE? He's the law enforcement arm of the Justice of the Peace Court. V/einstein is at your service ? "-hours i -c/n/, 7-days-a-week! LEONARD WEINSTEIN • Incumbent Constant: • Civic and Community Loader • Combat Veteran of World War II • Native-horn Floridian, graduate of Harvard and University of Miami law School V3TE FOR YO'JR CAPABLE, EFFICIENT, DEDICATED CONSTABLE LEONARD WEiNSTEiN \ DISTRICT 5 WEINSTEIN Lever 48-A *+**-* %  + *** + *** + + + **-* + + + + + + + + + +*** + *+ + + *+++ + +++++++++4,++*++ + + + + +- ++- + + 4i++++ l +[+* ELECT ROBERT L. SHEVIN Your State Representative GROUP 1 LEVER 14B County-Wide Vote Shevin Serves His Community • MEMBER, BETH DAVID CONGREGATION • LEGAL COUNSEL, DADE LEGISLATIVE DELEGATION • CHAIRMAN, MIAMI ECONOMIC ADVISORY BOARD • MEMBER, B'NAI B'RITH • BANK DIRECTOR • FORMER SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER, BETH DAVID • ACTIVE IN GOVERNMENT RESEARCH COUNCH. • JEWISH WELFARE AND CHILDREN'S SERVICE Has Won 9Ram f^orsentent Fr m More "'"'Papers „ nd ra i*at hns Tfc Any Of ner Candidate. THE MIAMI News Mot **" ££ 22 0nrf manv mm I ELECT ROBERT L. SHEVIN A RESPONSIBLE REPRESENTATIVE P ULL LEVER TUB %  r


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*age 12-A +Jelstfkrl<&*n Friday. Mas 1. 19ft) fto/7/1 De/dy; Making Decision On Nuclear Scientists in Egypt Continued from Page 1-A f Arab pressure was eluded. not exwas mounting i. \ renewal ol the > r vitu s in Egj pi Opi>. • ( ere reported to be plan i' 111 1 %  tit Forhile expi 1 -,: .. % %  •• %  • 1. .; over the 1 West GerCabinet eration of rent German scientists • H kins on ad\ : systems Speak ing at vii Press Club lunch\\o never believ• the ill •", West Government. 1 • <-, < ientists %  1 titens Even sai thej wore v. nn Government, 11 is onij l w Government rtething to get fk "To my regret .A year has passed sirce we weie given assurance; ct a special law and there was even a vote in the Bundestag in favor of such a law—but hero again there is postponement, Mrs. Meir stated. She .'dc'ed that Israel recognized the right of any Parliament and the hi cf Dcmocacy. Bit (treated thorn is a supre-V law—that of safeguarding innoliv M a n d no nation or part cf it sheulc 1 participate in exterminating another nation." In Bonn, Defense Minister van -: lenied angrilj oil ed iti Pariiamei I the West German Go\ 1 < lor the work "i Ger man scientists and teehn employed by Egypt on the ; %  ssiles, jet planes an ents al Israi We have 1 conti men." he said, refen ng to the MIS working for E "U j scientist chooses ti abroad, we have no means ol bi %  %  •• hack Shevin Vows 'Voice for Dade' Robert Shevin thi> week declai ••. ice has bare!) hi en beard as a 1 nisper in our itati The youthful Miami attorney i> i Stai .-.:.-., Group l en .1 platform dt signi d i< gut tair representation and fair benefits tor oar lint counts Shevin candadac) has been endjnrsed bj UM 11 Herald -mil Id.arm News \n officer ,n active status with t 1 ; s krmj Reserve, Shevin is chairman of unj Economic Advisor; el of t e Count) dative dele>:. • ember of the Miami1 nerce, at in n it Research Count nan of the 1 e is also 1 f UM t 1.. y > nl an nemt Count Club Other cf tr> candidate's affiliations inc'i.c'e number ship of NM Men s Club of the National Children s Card.ac Hospital, Multio'e Sclerosis Society. B nai E'rith Jewish Family and Children* Service, a director of Mami You'h Svmphony and president of Serfoma Club of Mjami. \ native Miamian, Shevin re ived hit ir of Arts de11 from th I niversit) ol Flor la where he became the S era Collegiate Debate Cham >ion and von national forensic tenors shevm was al.-o honored with membership 111 Florida Blue Key and Hall of Fame He received lus Ian degree irom the Universit] Of Miami, where he served ..* president of the law school. •OoffT BKVa %  if elected I | I voice heard in TallahasBUILD A BETTER FLORIDA WITH AS YOUR HAVDON BURNS GOVERNOR H>tON IURNS -* prwwee the aoe ; r <"ida the km* aff am .*n >-.coAore *>**• %  > n rv^st RAJM 'or the ecu JUDGE HARVIE S. DuVAL We fhe undersigned attorneys who know and have practiced before Circuit Court Judge Home S. OuVal have found him fo be a highly qualified jurist with unquestioned integrity and legal ability. He is always courteous, considerate, fair I and impartial to all persons appearing before him, regardless of race, color or creed. Dade County needs to keep its good judges and we wholeheartedly endorse Hcrvie DuVal as an excellent judge to be returned to the bench, and urge your support for his election. 1 Mwray Z. Klein trwin J. Block Paul A. Louis Henry R. Corr George S. Ofcell, Si. Harry Willis £ogene Tonnenboum Ernest I. Kass Max 8. Kegen tarry I. Gorier Daniel S. Pearson Edward N. Moor* Richard Booth S. Graver Morrow Steven G. Morruw G. Milton Rubin Bernard Bermon H. j. Ulnch rvwr* iMef Fred A. Jones. Jr. Wiliom R. Alvin Jerry Deatscb Aaron Pedhvrst William B. MM Cy Chodreft Henry C. Vegel Joe Perk ins Martin lemlJch Thomas C. Johnson Irving I. Dunn Alfred D. B.eley Eageae P. Spellmaa Milton Koiner John K. lewis Alan H. Dambrawsky Hilery f. Silvermon R. H. Gregory Irving Telon Martin Yelen Morten Silver Stephen F. Bationo Harry Been me Jr. Joseph A. Ferrora Wallace N. Moer Daniel A. Wick John W. Fowler Clinton Green Robert H. Newman Aabrey I. Tclbuit Ralph B. Pa 1 ton Anton S Kvkich W. E. Chickering lewis H. Fog It Jr. Henry C. Vogel Cbories M Domes Charles R. Trip, Joe Brown tooth Philip T. Weinstein Atfiaj GoodoM* Robert V. Shea Harold Rosen Hylan H. Kout Gilbert S. Frank Joy B. Keys Mork R. Rubin Lawrence P. Kuvln Burton Young Arthur I. Snyder Jerome H. Stern Howard Fembero. Gerald Forman Stewart D. All-n Micha-I M. Tobin Edward A. Moss Milton Kelner H. I. Fischback Milten C. Goodman Hayes S. Wood Edward N. Moore Maurice M. Diliberte Donald P. Frost Park H. Campbell Jay M. lurie Eli Breger David D. Phillips Norman Somberg Alfred Bieley Mortimer J. Fried Harry Durant S. Bl.ii Ross Georae Kastenbavm M. H. Resenheate Arthur M. Prim.n Wiliam A. lane Hugh M. Carrier Wiliam A. lane Jr. Dexter S. French Georae C. Ballet John W. Prunty John D. McNeo David C. Goodwin Robrt A. WonJr. William C. Martin Charles C. Papy Jr. William H. Dixon John Cnnuthi-i % II Ronald W. V„„i ., J' m.-s C Petal 11 Eraeai w Yocm 0 lehn Mn.Doiald toprya |. BnrVct Henry A. Amoan Paul J Culp John G. Paole Ir. Harold I. Silverttein Thomas A. Horkan Jr. Dnualm M Carlton Groiqr N. MacDonell Robert K ltto Joseph Milton Nadler Joseph Malrk J. Raymond Fordhcm Daniel V. ligman Irving M. Wolff Joseph A. Von A, > Thomas B. Duff Ri'.hard M. Gale John Muldowney Wiliam Burton Clyde A. Willard Charles A. Kimbr.-ll Joseph Gassen Paul C. Carlson John W. Thornton Warren Hamann Robert I. Duke H. Reid DeJarnete Wesley G. Carey Raymond J. Dwyer James M. Cole Angus M. Stephens J. R. Terry Herbert W. Virgin III lowrence P. Kpvin Chariot F. Mills louit I. loFontitee Jr. Joseph A. McGowan Henry Burnett John 1. Welnorn Wm. C. Norwood Frank Motton Richard S. Bam, k James S. Rotk John E. Stnckroot James I. Hurley Phillip W. Knight Walter (turnkey Daniel T..nick Jordan Bittel Angela P. Demos A. I. Tolbuit Anton E. Kubicki Stanley D. Caidm Nicholas J. Capu.no Edward Sen,oil letter Rogert Arthur W. Karll.k Haivey J. St. jean Joe Pardo Bernard B. Weksler Hnrrv J. Chodd'iton Chariot A. Whit, acre Mel Kann Marthall S. Scott Phillip Goldman George W. Wrignt Jr. Wm. C. Steel Dwight Sullivan W. 0. Mehrient Jerry I. Crockett Herbert Shapiro Harry Zwkernick M. I. Mershon Atwood Dunwcdy Thos. McE. Johnston James E. Clar Saentin T. Eldred Irving Firtel I. E. Thomas Robert F. Underwood Cecyl I. Pickle Herschel E. Smith Jockton I. Peters Wm. M. Hoeveler Joteph V. Niemoeter Don R. Livingttone Michael S. Ingram Richard t. Adams Charlet K. George Thomas J. S


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riday. Maf 1. 1964 + k*lst Fhrktfor Page 13-A !onservatives Issue Call for Unity ,;HOSSIN;ERS. N;Y.r— -<3TA^J A call for Jewish unity was isied tins week by Rabbi Max luttenberg. vice president of the ibbinical Assembly, speaking to' colleagues ;it the 64th annual mention 'i the International mservative rabbinic body. %  •Crisis unity." Rabbi Routten-j ru stated, is a familiar phenomjcin in the Jewish community. Ve can be counted on to close Dks to create a united front, to: jage in joint action against the punon foe" But, he continued, unity which we must seek i ig another kind of unity, the Ity ol a people living in peace! el freedom, and without any j %  ious external threat to its existIre "Our crisis is the threat not physical destruction but of ritual and cultural extincn," he said. In this open hostable American society, if we to survive as Jews, we shall ve to counteract the process acculturation in the Great erican Melting Pot. We shall et the crisis of freedom as effectively^wehavrmt v *h#. ertsis"5f"rri oppres'!HTr. l "*"t.haT-" acteriiirvg American Jewry as strongly survivalist, he said, "no one can measure the force and the extent of our will to live." At another session. Rabbi Routtenberg was unanimously elected president of the Rabbinical Assembly. The delegates reaffirmed the organization's endorsement of the civil rights bill now before Congress and urged its members to take all necessary steps to move the Senate to passage of the bill without crippling amendments. The delegates, in another resolution, expressed deep concern "over the plight of our Jewish brethren in the Soviet Union" and expressed their determination to protest the plight of Soviet Jewry The administration of the Rabbi nical Assembly was urged by the convention to implement the tol lowing recommendations with re gard to Soviet Jewry: 1. Appoint a continuing com mittee as liaison between the Rab inical Assembly and other nation .il bodies; 2, Convene a special iXonfe rence of the Rabbinical Assernnfy •frihTn the year to analyze! .study and discuss the problem of the treatment of Jews in the Soviet Union; 3. Set aside a session of the 1965 convention to survey \ the situation and the progress that has been made with regard to the status of the Jews in the Soviet Union. Nazi Who Fled Off to So. Amer.? Continued from Page \-A and admitted he had unlocked six prison doors for fhe Nazi! who had been a comrade from Nazi labor camp service days. The Nazi was picked up by a waiting car and driven by Herman Gutteck, a former cellmate, to the Klausheide airport where the couple took off tor the Basle Mulhouse airport. There they took a train headed for Central Switzerland. Brunswick police arrested Gutteck. Hesse state officials said it appeared that some kind of a Nazi underground organization was ii existence ,JO!N THE (Swing to March to MM THEWS DParade to Move to I Switch to .EST QUALIFIED FOR GOVERNOR Jack Mathews has waged an honest campaign without phony promises. A FAIR SHARE FOR DADE MatheWS favors state medical aid for senior citizens! MatheWS iaVOrS establishment of local committees on human relations problems! MatheWS favors a stron 9 *' n gle agency to promote tourism more effectively! MatheWS favors fair reapportionment based on population! • Alaffiews favors protection of our natural resources by strong ordinances against pollution! MatheWS is against any new tax on food or medicine! SEE JACK MATHEWS ON TELEVISION Friday, May 1 1 0:30 to 11:00 P.M.-WLBW-Ch. 10 You can be proud to support and win with JACK" MATHEWS LEVER FOR GOVERNOR Campaign Headquarters: Tel. 377-1621 IM. r.i,ii A*, i St. Petersburg Jimes Editorials "The policy oj our paper in very ,impU—mertjx HpffS\ tT u,h "—Paul Politer, publisher, 1912-1950 MMW P* 14* Peeee M4-UI1 W4.y, April IT. 1**4 11 U.S. Senator For Florida \ Salary 522,500. Term Six Yean, .t ^_^ Salary 522,500. Term Six Years. Democratic primary: Incumbent, Spessard L. Holland, 72, Barlow t. /. Brailey Odham, 44, Orlando. Republican nominee: no opposition lo Claud* *, Kirk. Jr., 38, lacktonville. Florida chirm; the next six years must not settle tor secondclass education, jobs, roads, recreation, agricultural and Industrial development — or second-clan citizens because of age, faith or color. Floi Ida needs all the strength of all its citizen* In the years ahead and free citizens have the greatest strength. Former President Eisenhower says federal defense expenditures can be cut by one-fifth or $10 billion. This would reduce jobs in Florida percentagewise more than most states. In addition, a million new jobs must emerge from new services and new industries to keep our growing population gainfully employed. RESEARCH AND a willingness to embrace new techniques in education — training and retraining — arc keys to the dynamic Florida that must compete in an expanding economy to meet the rising needs of all the people in Florida, America and the rest of the world. To accelerate all this, we respectfully urse Florida Democrat* to e.ist their votes for Brailey Odham f'>r IS. Senator In the May 5 primary. Odham is only 4-1 but he is seasoned with abundant business and political experience. Bom in Georgia, his family moved to Florida when he was a child. Odham has served in the Florida Legislature, has made Iwo strong races for governor, and as chairman of the Milk Commission under LeRoy Collins became known as a friend of the consumer in resisting rigid retail price fixing. Voter Appeal As a businessman he has built millions of dollars worth of houses, industrial buildings and' nursing homes. He has a grasp of the problems of the elderly. He wants to increase their ability to hold jobs, just as he wants younger people to have more employment opportunities. We like his direct, businesslike thinking that more people on m trma wammm RR\n.KY ODIUM The Timrs' rhoirr. payrolls will mean fewer people on relief rolls. This is the kind of preventive health and economic medicine that appeals to the common sense of most voters. HOLLAND'S CHALLENGER is for a highly competitive two-party system. He thinks the country should always have a vice president, instead of sweeping the delicate question of succession under the rug. After long and adequate debate he thinks the U.S. Senate should be able to pass bills by a simple majority. Instead, under the Senate's own Rule 22, a small minority can bring the whole legislative branch of our government to a halt by parliamentary tricks and relay teams of speakers. Legislation becomes a matter of physical stamina rather than persuasion and reason. Odham knows that the integrity of Congress is under question by the people, because of the Bobby Baker case and numerous examples of lawyer-congressmen pushing or opposing bills and decisions affecting their firms' clients. He would bave legislators publish their personal accounts in official records — just as they require key figures on the administrative side to do. He taunts Holland's refusal to make full disclosure, and failure during 18 year* la the Senate to do anything about conflict-of-interest in that body. By making hill disclosure — aa a number of congressmen have dona — Holland could aet a high example for his colleagues. We are confident such a move would not embarrass him. He chose a career of public service, not the road to wealth. We know him as a gentleman of high personal integrity. But on the question of disclosure, his haughty attitude is not responsive to the moqd of the people today. Three Senate Terms Because we have profound respect for him and his devotion and contributions to Florida. The St. Petersburg Times has supported Holland in his races for governor, and three terms in the Senate during the past quarter of a century*. Regretfully, we have watched his mind close to the ever-new problems in this topsy-turvy but excit. ing world. He has become querulous and often bitter and angry at this sea of change, which he and a few of his Southern colleagues try in vain to sweep back. THIS IS NOT a pretty picturef.-vr Florida's foremost national representative to maintain. He takes it as a personal affront that $12,000 of unregistered contributions to his "pre-campaign" have been regarded as a violation of the spirit, if not the letter, of Florida's famous "Who Gave It Who Got It" law. His strategems and bugaboos on the civil rights bill — passed by the House of Representatives 290 to 130 — ft* eal that he is out of tune with today's world. He would turn back the clock to the discredited doctrine of "separate but equal" schools which failed to prepare the Negro for adequate opportunity to Join the workforce of his country. Holland refuses to recognize that millions of Negroes in the South — many in Florida — fear for their physical safety and their jobs — if they try to register and vote. Holland is a kind man, but he seems to lack the compassion to understand that refusal of service at a filling station or a store can hurt a human being even more than a physical attack on his person. He raises the specter of miscegenation in his arguments before the Senate, and even says the Negro likes his ghettos and slums and inferior schools. MOST OF THE YOUNGER members of Congress from the South sense the winds of inevitable change. On Easter Sunday 35.000 Birmingham citizens, about equally divided between Negroes and whites, turned out together to hear Evangelist Billy Graham. Many Southern House members didn't trouble to vote against amendments to strengthen the civil rights bill. They note the changing stance of such men as Governor Faubus of Arkansas, and the militancy of church groups that regard segregation as a moral crisis that must be met. A Younq Southerner Brailey Odham is a young Southerner who upholds President Johnson's stand that 100 years has been long enough to debate the question of whether all citizens should have equal opportunities. If elected to the United States Senate his voice will be a new and refreshing one from the South. A current swells to get the clvlt rights bill passed. It will not solve all today's problems, but it will open the way for all men of all faiths and color in all areas to solve them. MEANWHILE. THE PEOPLE want to address themselves to some of their other pressing needs. Florida and the other 49 states cannot afford to hold up their massive transactions because of parliamentary deadlock, or the question of who stops at the wayside Inn. Therefore we urge Florida Democrats to nominate Brailey Odham for the U.S. Senate on May 5. JWr.


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Tage 14-A fjeHisijfhridiar Friday. May 1, 1954 Capitol Spotlight; By JESSIE HALPERN Young King Hussein Roasts Between Frying Pan and Fire w *•"• .,..1 .„ winuHiim 11 is apparent that any upheaval ,, ,.K Washington T HE GENUINE spirit of the Washington welcome given to Jordan's King Husseju wab marred somewhat when the young monarch told a press conference he nuglit have to "look elsewhere" if hewere unsuccessful in obtaining additional military aid Ironi I'he .t'niied States The workings of international diplomacy are never without complexities, ami too often, are not particularly satisfying. For Jordan Hussein this has I een especially true. Jordan is neither a wealthy nor pon.-e.rrji nation. Caught very much between the intricacies of the struggle lot Arab supremacy Hussein has more than occasionally been the object ol the pressures of more powerful Arab countries, as " one does THE BRIDE. By Alex Austin. 349 pp. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 383 Madison Av. $4.95. B OOKS TO A reviewer are like a special garden 111 which one tilland reaps: endlessly arriving. thev wait inscrutably on the shelves for their turn at springtime, for the sprinkling ol judgment which will nurture or rot them. There are all sorts ol judgment; there is the pro-cy kind learned in classes ol criticism, bound by the walls of structure and language and studded with classical models; there 1the empirical erosion of this cold lormality. which recognizes that values differ from age to age and person to person; there are personal abhorrence* and delights, bred and lecretl) growing in dark placeof the soul: there is that frightening final arbiter, taste, from which there is no appeal, and which has as many faces as love, and a, little definition. It is the critic's joy to categorize: this one is stunt ed and deformed, that one tries an earlier, more beauteous flower: well In special soil, thst one is adequate for a seesiin. But occasionally a book comealong which plants itself so firmly in one's mind thst—if 1 may finally drop this insistent metaphor—it Ihes by ail the categories and springs into a burgeoning life all its own. Alex Austin's new book. "The Bride"—which is a ver) bad title—is about a Jewish girl. Kate. who marries an Italian boy, Jack, and gene to work in the sophisticated New York otfice ol a slick woman's magazine. There she meat*, ol course, another world, and. inevitably, another man: and in his greater knowledge she meets, finally, herself. But this is not the usual story ol a farewell to innocence It 1a passionate plea that it is tins dedicated integrity to body, as well as mind, which is the IH'A innocence ot our time Saroj an -like, it is a powerful, sentimental. uaselfcOBScinua joj in a laughing and clean sexuality, a recognition Ol body and heart, an unccrchral pleasure in emotion it is a reaction against the endless indulgence in analysis and a return to something elemental and pure And it is all done, this she-change, with "it and warm sensitivity, the kind that will make women wonder thai men know so much about them one might question, perhaps, the rapidity with which the young Kate gives in to the truth Dl hersell. and. strictly in character terms, her ability to attract the worldly libertarian who becomeher lover: but telescoping 1-. alter all, an authi r licen-e Alex Austin, who in addition to being a uc* cessful novelist, is also a professional jasi drummer, knows the rhythms of love well; he should play variations on his theme with increasing -kill and with that earthy abstraction which 1his trade mark Off the Record; Kingdom. It is apparent that any upheaval within .Ionian would only serve to renew Middle Eastern tensions—both among Arab states and between Israelis and Arabs. United States aid to Jordan over the past seven years is consequently understandable. Hussein's invitation is probably not unconnected with President Johnson'* invitation to Israel's PriflM Minister Eshkol. However, the extensive juggling of schedules to put approximately -i\ weeks between the two state visits suggests an attempt by the United States to assure all that there is no substantive connection between ths two officials calls. It is presumed that King Hussein's primary, response to the Johnson invitation was a desire to discuss aid. Hussein has long been under attack from Nasser and other Arab leaders tor l dependent upon assistance from "Imperialist nations A lew years ago Arab powers strongly isted that Hussein instead seek "Arab assist, ance." Hussein's experience with Arab aid. however, turned into a fiasco: the promise* " ; purists and gamblers and such disparate writer, and actors. Kor -ome reason I have never been able the Yiddish poets and writers of belle lattres a an a -^ kept themselves aloui in on* corner ot the cai by silent agreeraeat with the more talkative act" %  • m could tell which was the actors' corner bj iw (y ance and the cxhlbitionrsm of its occupant-. '**-, and the string of unusually, and at times • • ^ dressed woen. The corner where the wnteis <. ^ to congregate was ol ceerae more subdiK< ^ y though occasionally broken by a loud al,, r bv tnggtred by a literary disputation and. political or personal feuding ,., i ri ,ait ) The dapper aetora were beyond the pale ol mi ers who had their sights on higher horizons.



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Prrrro a£W***1 Free 1B-A ft**iffflrrrf*=*r> Fridr • I-, "I appreciate the privilege of having served you in the United States Senate for eighteen years...and I sincerely hope you will give me the privilege of continuing to make the voice of Florida important in our nation's capital." SPESSARD L.HOLLAND i United States Senator from the State of Florida



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^ jami Y in Annua inner Here Sunday L,,nl1v elected officers and L members of the Y.MYWHA Jreatcr Miami will be installed I annual "Y" dinner dance \ lay evening at the Kings i and Country Club, it I ed by Stanley Spieler. r chairman. |ard of Ihe central agency will stalled. Installing of-.v ill be Harold Thurman, ident, Greater Miami C .lion. i YMHA Branch officers L, stalled are Maxwell Waas, I i; Herscbel Rosenthal, %  rary president; Dr. .lack I. Q : ,11 Mrs Herschel Rosen i presidents; Mrs, Nathan imon, secretary. Ificers ol the North County A Branch: Michael Salmon, ident; Donald P.eiff. honorary pdent: Aaron Gold and Robert vice presidents; Mrs. Ijyn salmon, secretary. lard members for the coming are Mrs. Richard Alper. .lack Amazon. Abraham Ber Iruin Christie. Marvin Gill, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gold. [and Mrs. Samuel Gordon. EuIleiman. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar s, Mrs. Sol Nabutovsky, Dr. Inuel Pushkin. Dr. Martin initial. Mr. and Mrs. George jimon. Mr and Mrs. Stanley lor, Arthur Stein. Mrs. MaxWaas. Louis G. Wechsler. Mr. and Mrs. Martin White, and Dr. Theodore Wolff. North County YMHA Board tor the coming year will include Mr. and Mrs. George Ash. Mrs. Wilbur .1 Blechman, Mrs. Howard Brenner. Mrs, Norman Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Denmark. Mrs Jack Fain. Mr. and Mrs. Harolc Greene, Charles Held. Isidore llirseh. Mrs. Donald Reifl, Mrs Seymour Wang, Mr. and Mrs Al vin Wank, Mr, and Mrs. Maxwell Weisblatt, and Mrs. David Yon,'\ er A. Budd Cutler. "Y" president, will report on the three years of i is tenure. Greeting.from the United Fund will be presented by Gen. E. A. Evans, president. The Official part of the evening will start off with Mrs. Donald Reiff leading the assembled group in the singing of the national anthem Albert Ossip will present the invocation, and Mrs. George A. Simon the benediction, in conned ion with the meal function. The report of the Nominating Committee will be given by Mrs. Philip Samet, chairman. Joint installation ceremony will officially place into olfice the officers and board of the central agency, as well as those of the Miami Branch and the North County Branch. There will be music for dinner and dancing Chairman for the evening is Stanley Spieler, a vice in esident of the U Y." f •-*> I |\ "" :ussing success of the Cotillion at Temple Judea's spring kroal are the instructors and chairman. Left to riqht are Mr. id Mrs. Douglas Howell and Mrs. Melvin Schwartz, chair3n. Fall term reaistration is under way now for seventh [id eighth giade boys and girls. n J bv ISABEL GRCVE tki 0(/< ovnan s 14/oM Jewisih Flor iLdiaxi Miami. Florida, Friday. May 1, 1964 Section B Hostsses at the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital President's Ball on Sunday were (left to right) Mrs. Ted Lotterman, Mrs. E. Albert Pallot, Mrs. Harry L. Lewis, Mrs. Morris Lomaskin, Mrs. Morris Blau, Mrs. Benjamin Oren and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Some 5u0 guests, civic leaders and friends of the hospital turned out at the Doral Beach Hotel to pay tribute to Cedars President Harry Lewis. \ A* tl\*. \^ sN Rose and Bernard Gold will tx 1 |onored on Monday evening at :;.'IH1 wedding anniversary Lag rOrner celebration at Beth TorIh In honor of the occasion, the Golds will be hosts l<> Harmony Lodge BB members Residents here for the past fo\en years, the Golds are originally trom, Columbus, <>.. where they have four children pud 11 grandchildren Active Jin local organizations, they are members of Beth Torah. Hebrew Academy, Bonds lor Israel. IHi-tadrut, CJA, and last week. [Bernard was installed warden ol |llarniony BB. Miami Beaehite Edith R. %  Zaager, Of the United States Air %  Nurses Corps, was recently proI noted to captain Daughter %  1 Mrs. Roberta Zaager. the Lady Captain is assigned to the nursing staff as an instructor at the Medical Service School in GunIter AFB, Ala. Recipient of I'wo fellowships, one from New I York University and one from Columbia U.. Capt. Zaager earned a BS degree in education and nursing at NYU. and a BS in nursing from Columbia U School of Nursing Proud mother. Mrs, Zaager. herself a dedicated worker, has been active with just about every local Jewish organization in the area. Mrs Ed Ginsburg. nee Rita Kaplan, home for spring break with husband. 9-month-old heiress, and I brand new Bachelor of Arts in Education degree from the University of Florida ... But its back to Gainesville for one more trimester session for the happy group while Ed completes requirements tor his LLB trom the Law School With that behind them, they'll settle in Dade County, which makes two sets of grandparents absolutely delighted That would be. of course, the senior Kaplans. 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|c". May 1. 1964 -Jewlsti norkttan Page 3-B international Affair To be the Theme of Sinai Women's Fete 'An International Affair," featuring fashions by Jordan Marsh, will frllow a luncheon and ceremonies at the Fontainebleau Hotel luring which Mrs. Leonard A. Wieit, president of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital. will be reinstalled by Samuel Gertner. executive director of the hospital. The annual event, according to luncheon chairman. Mrs. Marvin Silvers, will take place on I'riday noon. The fashion presentation, accompanied by the music of Hal Spears and his orchestra, will feature the commentary of Miss Eleanor Gunby. fashion director oi Jordan Marsh, and will emphasize travel and vacation wear m the local and international scenes. The collection will feature k) outfit! shown by eight Jordan Marsh models. Arrangements lor the program were made by program chairmen, Mrs. Lawrence Porter and Mrs. Michael Gilbert In addition to Mrs. Leonard A. j Wien. Gertner will install the following Auxiliary officers for the coming year: Honorary president. Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes; vice president, administrative, Mrs. Yale N. Levin'son; vice president, membership. I Mrs. Carl Susskind; vice president, services, Mrs. Murray Kern; vice president, ways and means, Mrs. Marvin Silvers. Corresponding secretary. Mrs. Mickey Michaels; assistant cor. responding secretary. Mrs. Samuel Seltzer; recording secretary. Mrs. Harvey Salomon; financial SOCre' tary. Mrs. Samuel Wiesen. assistant financial secretary. Mrs. Ralph Duber: treasurer. Mrs Bernard Spector; parliamentarian, Mrs. John Owen Currently, the Auxiliary has a membership of 2.200 women, of whom 500 are volunteers who contribute some 7,000 hours of service a month in many areas of the hospital. The Women's Auxiliary of Mt. S-nai al-o conducts a "Remembrance Fund." from which monies are made available for the purchase of artificial limbs, hearing aids, or clothing for a newborne baby. Frequently, the fund also pays the taxi fare to transport indigent patients to one of the hospital's 25 out-patient clinics. J3 i r t It J a x fee of the women responsible for the planning of the annual |aikrtion luncheon of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. binai Bc.'.al are Mrs. Marvin Silvers (center), chairman of the ) Mrs. Lawrence Porter (left) and Mrs. Michael Gilbert, prone :hairman. :ademy Will Honor Faculty Academy of Greater ill honor the school's He. .1 English faculty during ] la. ceremonies scheduled for [p -n.. Saturday, May 9, in the erberg Dining Hall. lair is sponsored by the I Dl Parent-Teacher Associair conjunction with the HeTcademy Women and He-: B teademy Men's Organiza-' tions 5am Rosner, president of Vc ..eemy's PTA. reported that %  event marks the second ancelebration of "Yom HamKnown as Teachers' Day. Ibi Alexander S. Gross, prinof the Hebrew Academy. special tribute will be accorded to those teachers who have rendered more than a decade of Hebrew Academy service. They are Saul Proush. Mrs. Ruth Becker. Mrs. Miriam Donnet Mrs. Marjorie Ent. Mrs. Shushan nah Spector Greenberg, Mrs. Esth er Perach Kwitney, Harry Perach Kwitney and Mrs. Bessie Stadlan Chairman of the evening, Mrs Zvi Berger. announced the follow ing serving as members of the Arrangements Committee; Mesdames Irving Firtel. Leon! ard Adlcr, Albert Cohen, Mildred Dearr. H. M. Kagan, Maurice Kelltier. Milton Gottlieb, Leonard Rosen, Lillian Meyer, Solomon Sandier. Irving Seidel. Gabriel Shantzis. and Daniel Zalis. Mr. and Mrs Edward A. Moss are parents of an 8 lb. 8'^ oz. baby boy. Hugh Randolph', born Apr. 26. New mother is the former Diane Marks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j Izzie Marks. So, Miami Paternal grandparents are Mr, and Mrs. Philip Moss, of Miami Beach. The baby's father is a Miami attorney. First child. Stephani Belle, born Apr. 17 to the former Leona Pugach and Attorney Lester Rogers, of 640 NE 31st St. Both parents attended the University of Miami. Grandparents of the new baby, all localites. are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rogers and Mrs. Rose Pugach. S A boy, Richard Glenn, born Apr. 13 to Dr. and Mrs. Jack Wainschel, of Alhambra. Calif., joins brother, Larry Alan 2. Mrs. Wainschel is the former Paula Misheloff. daughter of Mrs. Molly Misheloff, former long-time resident of Miami. Steven and Christa Meyers announce the birth of son. Jeffrey Scott, on Mar! 28 In Tucson. Ariz. Paternal grandparents are Samuel and Dorothy Meyers Paternal great grandmother is Jennie Koch. All are of Miami. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Green, of New Jersey. Steven Meyers, a graduate of Miami Technical High, is a former staff sergeant in the U.S. Army and served with the 24th Division in Augsburg, Germany, for three and a half years. f NOW! : : for magic-easq meals..: |HT7iLMO I : W KOSHER : i SLICED BOLOGNAi WILNO ,'KOSHfR Situ* %  OLOGNA •festyojioall tftouuirthaeWl • CORNED BEEF • FRANKFURTERS • SALAMI • BOLOGNA WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVINUE Phone FR 1-6551 (Just don't forget to throw out the empty box) AVAILABLE AT FROZEN FOOD CABINETS EVERYWHERE. HEAL iilJSTO TtvKaiWt lb*MihuktrF. Henry E. Mangels Ce. 3550 N.W. 58th Street Ph. NE 5-1391 ffl mm gathered for you Mir iam Held A futuristic space-age spiral of redwood mahogany set off by ancient rocks rough-hewn from the hills of Jerusalem and King Solomon's Mines that's the American-Israel Pavilion at the great World's Fair. Don'i mis* il I H; Lories* to far-flung retail's en rouie o the Fair? Curry chicken and you'll curry favor with V.I.V.'i (Very Important Visitors) and vour c> er-lov inn. ever-hungry ItM crowd. CHICKEN CURRY 'i cup Planters Peanut Oil 3 r.ups peeled chopped apples 1 cup chopped onion 1 clove garlic, minced 1 tbsp flour • 1 tbsp curry powler 1 tsp salt • 1 cup water 2'j cups cooked cubed chicken cooked hot rice Measure Planters OH into -killrf Add apple, onion, garUc: saute until union is tender. Klend in Hour, curry and salt. Add water. Cook, stirring, until mixture boils. Add chicken. Cover. Cook over low heat about 10 minutes: stir occasional!). Serve with rice. Serves 4 iamouslxt Share the flavor secret of the world's great conks. I rom the choosiest Chinese cooks to the verj (ussiest I tench chefs, they use peanut oil to bring oui all the subtle goodness of extra good ingredients. So go gourmet! i ook with Planters 100 pure peanut oil. the lighter polj unsaturated oil. 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Bake at 350' F. for 60-65 minutes or until done. Cool in pan 10 minutes. (Extra In-, ion-, with brown sugar frosting! Makes one terrific 10* cake. if air comment: in your dailv fare you naturally use Planters 100' ',. pure peanut oil, the most delicate of today's light oils. This kosherparve polyunsaluiaied oil makes all your Ci >ok ing so light, so deliciously light. Look out for more news and nibbles in my next — Manna About Town A Planter s Oil fcxciusiva ITS THE LIGHT POIYUNSATURATED Oil... NOT ONLY LIGHT BUT OELICIOUSIY LIGHT



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Pom *-B -Jenisf fkrkBar Friday By EDYTHE SCHINDLER Club is Special Family for Special People It's a simple solid house at 5960 SW 10th St te the rooms are impeccably neat, the colors muted. The din ins room break %  act boasts a fe good pieces i perfectly-shined silver. One with a child's faith ta harm. pops out of bed. He is joshed to the shadows. The Wer son packs for his return v college after a semester break kl the door. hi mother's sand .cries in hand, he pauses, shifts od then finally breaks to kiss is tather good-bye. It :s a house luch like any house on the lock. Only in this house a ry .th shape and sounds own. lives—a memorv of Ira Lichter is a Polish Jew. I rnemory is of the Warsaw -i in th %  the • ... %  ben skirting %  i ftas tr-we fun. Parents or Kids? EVERYBODY has FXih... OH StUT latt C ABANA • DAY CAMP %  ; • %  JE 2-3311 the Jewish people and yes. even in some instances, the collaborator. For myself. I chose to and if I were to die. I would not die alone I would take some Germans along for company.'" Escaped the Ghefto Ira Lichter escape* from the Warsaw Ghetto He made his way t a harder tttmm where, doe to his proficiency :a German he existed under the very noses of hi> antagonists. There, he acquired German Army clothes, passports and papers with stamps of his Mm design made from potatoes Then, he went back into the Ghetto He dressed his old father m C-e.-~.ar. Arrr.y clothes, his two brothers m uniforms and escorted them out of the Gher i His r he lost there Another sister r.e hid ith !ra Dchtei %  %  %  %  I %  %  • -. %  Lichti occnpai m a I Eternal Memory My f: said Ira Lichter than a rabfci a.Orthi i "He was more Hi :au££t me III UCHTlt *t '••ohf keck -—a miss • r got • : touch I i lews '• I I %  signs .-' • -. a sect f 1 -..-•\ V -, "I n a family. said In l_ But in Miami, there arc Flamingo Chapter Installs Sunday Fta-i: Chapter. B'nai B'nta Women, will ins ears for the coming year or. S .^t a fcaacheon at noon at the Park Lane Cafeteria. 250 E 4th Ave Invocation will be given by I Raws presafeat, Mrs Tec I rr ; %  Sacks president of .mcil of •. •" in* her ajeend year as %  ^residenf ell sera>as counselor ta**ian go Chapter. which serves"The Hileah and Miami Spring* area Chairman of the affair. Mrs Robert Kle:=. announces that V Alben Olipcant will be in err %  1 t_ tar the day >;-. ill hanc arrang xnd reservati Sugonne • %  %  to %  n %  I Mrs Mrs. Mrs HanM I coaaatet. r-fj.nr.ot u? luck;. a> I There are nearly 150 Jews living in Miami who survived the concentration camps. All of them have lost their famiheReplacing the Lost Ira Lichter has organized the New American Jewish Social Club of Miami. The program of the club is to replace the family that was lost. "We refugee> have a common memory and background. And we hunger for Jewish life." >aid Liihter 'We still have deep traditions that want to share. We mat to share our pleasure?, -s .>ell as our memories And that is why we have banded together in our club." At present, the club is trying to raise money to build their Ira Lichter drea Israel While he a good life for here, he neUrtheift, '" Part h nev"••fawt But of this hi conscious etwaj • of a minority aroup er sure if a slight i He is never sure he sure—that th Jew must never be meek. n J never turn the other cheek 2 Jew must stand up tod !£ in the same laaaaag. th J is spoken to. If the lr ;ul ." rough, the answer mmZ rough The Jew mu>t hH back Builain, an Athe, "Never will I andarsnal •• said Mr. Licbter. "hou the \ 5n Party is permitted to exist in this country. Why should it s* constitutional for a rronq to exist whose avowed purpose h genocide?" Perhaps it wiU ant) m %  rael that Ira Lichter ... t^. hihome "For.' t; "brad is built on On the six million. And I forget them never Guys On the Go Need Milk Guys 0 u the Go Need Milk Guys On the Go Need Milk Guys On the Go Need M ilk Guys On the Go Need Milk Guvs On the Go Need Milk Guys On thcG o Need Milk Guys On the Go Need Milk Guys On the Go Need Milk Gu ys On the Go Need Milk Guys On t he Go Need Milk Guys On the Go N r I —— %  M Ma— a FE C*CS CAIAMAS Mk^AJLE *200 538 -3077 Bthe Sea, By tk Sea Oa tJM t + b* w Oceaa. see tat ::~: ;:? i "S*:J:: : ;: -::e Caaaai 0*k rj-v. A aew socarS: --i-^ ;.;r %  Ml O^papc xos. %  -ats re ;**3es. i meter njas? *JC .• %  <* aaj i ::;.-; ._.... •-": tes falart far M 9m tara^t Catan tar faar aartaas fraa S3H a Sal May 1st ta laaaaftar 1st Far call tart fare" JC-trsaa Mill a E : i a Urn ^ ^rTi* scBaaaaar .acaL* san r ra_ *• a a a a a a a a a a a a AMERICA'S No. ?00o PURE BEEF PRODUCTS •"d quality from Koih.r f ,on %  • • made frh dail. g-ST "•" "xx*m, clean. 2**5 *^' kitchen., ^ R*b6.n,cal Sop r iioa KOSHER ZION C0ASTUN! .toys** CO c. I$$ ti$ ^^ fu .^ ^ it



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Friday. May 1. 1964 >Jtnistfkrfdgnr Page 5-5 Pioneer Women Slate Activities Pioneer Women, Club II, will honor club president, Mrs. Ida Liftman, with a Mother's Day luncheon on Sunday noon at the taleigh Hotel. Mrs. Abraham Shedroff is chairman. Mrs. Sadie Hubert will give the invocation, and Mrs. Hilton Green, Council president, will be guest speaker. Entertainment will be by Mrs. Louis Packi r. A desert card party is being sponsored jointly by all Pioneer \ men's groups of Greater Miami :,inl is to.take place on Monday, [2:30 p.m.. in the Jordan Marsh Miditorium. Proceeds will go to hild Rescue in Israel. In addition to all club presi• cuts. Mrs. Israel Gerstein. Mrs. Jack Clutchman, Mrs. Bessie Epv'enn and Mrs. M. Kleiman are •crving on the committee. f a Mrs. Dora Oifenhendcn, presiTrue Sisters Slate Installation New officers for I'nitcd Ordci True Sisters will be installed in .eremonics on Monday. May, 18, 1:30 p.m.. at Hibiscus Temple. 955 Alton Rd. Mrs. Morris Wcinberg will be installed as president; Mrs. Joseph Barchan, vice president; Mrs. Merman Wolf, financial secretary; Mrs. Max Ruthfield, recording secretary; Mrs. Reuben Traven. 'rcasurcr; Mrs. Arthur Lee, mentor; Mrs. Ted Kaufman, warden; Mrs. Martin Sosna, guardian; Mrs Fred Fuller, trustee. dent oT'Bebfl^Mclson ClubT^IM called, a regular meeting tor Thursday, May 7, at 1 p.m., in Washington Federal on Normandy Isle. There will be election of officers and reports of the year's activities by all project chairmen. Dr. Celia Davis will report on current events. Mrs. Samuel Offenhenden is hostess. Beba Idclson Club is also sponsoring a Mother's Day luncheon on Sunday noon. May 10, at the Bel Aire Hotel. Mrs. Dora Oflenhenden. chairman, will introduce Cantor Hirsch Adler, of Temple Emam-EI. in a group of liturgical songs. t> O ii Kadimah Chapter. Mrs, Jack Sills, president, will hold a regular meeting on Thursday, May 4, at Temple Zamora in Coral Gables. Mrs. Jacob Raffel. chairman of the Nominating Commit! tec, will present a slate of officers prior to election. There will be a white elephant sale, chaired by Mrs. Fred Sandier, for the benefit of Child Rescue. Serving on Mrs. Sandler's committee are Mesdames William Chase. David Bell. Celc Segal and Clara Braun. A sewing project for Temple Israel Sisterhood has thus far resulted in the delivery of more than 100 shifts, pajamas, tapestried laundry bags, blouses and kerchiefs to juvenile girls in detention at Dade County's Youth Hall. Mrs. Tracy B. Hare, director of volunteer services at Youth Hall, in cooperation with Mrs. Edward J. Melniker, administrative vice president of Sisterhood, activated the program in February, the first of its kind for the benefit of Youth Hall. All sewing is done by machine and trimmed by hand in the Sisterhood Worl: shop Room of the Sam C. Levenson Commur ity House. Shown are some of the 25 ladie • of Temple Israel's Sisterhood involved in th? sewing project. Left to right are Mesdames Regina Bullock, Esther Goldstein, Henrietto Heiner. Jennie Ferda, Edward J. Melniker, Amin Brown, William Kay. and Herman E. Neuhaus. Asthmatic Home | Meeting Slated Miami Beach Chapter of the Asthmatic Children's Foundation was to meet Thursday, 8 p.m., at I Chase Federal on Arthur Godfrey Rd. Dr. Meyer B. Marks, allergist of Miami Beach, was to be guest speaker, with question and anj swer period following. Mrs. Jerry Resnick was to preKide at a brief business meeting. Refreshments were to be served. CARTRIDGE PEN AND 6 CARTRIDGES ONLY Sl.OO • Neat, clean ink cartridges • Famous Renew pointsfine, medium, or broad • Deluxe styling, choice of 5 colors • Unconditionally guaranteed BARNETT'S OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT 134 N.E. lit STREET-Miami 22S N.E. 59th STREET-Miami 160S WASHINGTON AVE.-M.B. 272 VAIENCIA-Coral G.blei Telephone) PL 4-3457 //rawdksiJaww?aazw////^? Oxxford Clothes offer you that advantage because they're hand-sewn, hand-cut, hand-pressed of fabrics 'from the finest mills abroad. These are the reasons why Oxxford Clothes cosnviore... anil are worth what they cost. For precise perfection, 'feeling' of Tightness, consider Oxxford, now available at JM. Suits from $265. Oxxford Shop. FifM Floor, Miami (tlQAtlfUl^lv OXXFORD SHOP, FIRST FLOOR %  ".>*— —T' 1501 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD PARK. FREE!



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Page 6-B +Jenist Ftcridiari Friday. Mcv Socialite ... Ay s^Jsabel U rc-vc Confirmed from Paee IB and Bin Zion Gin-bur.;. Beach Another bet-.' %  isi %  •.visit Sn 9m f C >nneeticut. DMI at Bard College. N Y uith Phyllis. 17ghter of the Eugene I South Miami The young ladies met last sum%  hen both were art majors -chool in Stamford. Conn • • Ahhhh. how sweet it is Pirt Janet Sue Rabinouitz will rate her 16th birthday at the Kings Ba> Yacht and Coualub on Saturday noon Mr ard Mrs Morris Rabinouitz. 3020 Brickell Ave will entertain members of the family and of the sub-deb's friends Teen-ager Janet is a student at Coral Gables High and will be ": %  .:.rmed at Beth David ill 24 She s also a member bs. BBG Among the 75 its ho will honor the pretty Junior M -s ire her grandrs Mi V n is Mint* and JAHIT BABINOWITZ Mrs Jacob Rabinowitz Other relatives attending include MrSol Goldstein. Mrs. Arthur Koff. Mrs Cj MinU, Mrs Stan Mints; Mrs Herman R •and Mrs. William Fisher. Mizrachi Women To Honor Leading Members May 6 Outstanding work and selfle>> effort toward the building of the Etersheba Vocational High School m the Xegev will be honored at a luncheon of Mizrachi Women on May 6 One woman from each chapter (! Mizrachi Women, through her devotion, has earned the unanimous recognition of her fellow workers and will be recognized a 1 the luncheon Honorees are Mrs Susan Silverstem. MrMax Gluce. MrHarold Zelkowitz Mrs Francis Goldberg, and Mr.Sam Herman Rabbi Jonah Caplan will address the lur.checn. An original theme >ong will be dedicated by the soloist. Mrs Leo F&ul. to Mizrachi Women for their accomplishments for children in Israel Aviva. Batya. Dov. Kmneret and Miami Beach Chapter combining to make the luncheon at the Royal Hungarian Restaurant "one of the special event.of the spring season." accords:I Mrs Max Kewberger, and Mrs Ethel Cursor., in charge of i Mrs I :• Stone is eoFl rida Scrr.uei Gertner. executive director. Mount Sinai ricsr shown with representatives of the United Order of Tr ters who present their annual check to the hospitals program. Left to right are Mrs. Morris Weiaberc i ident; Mrs. Julian Ollendcrff. president of the Greater Circle; Mrs. Ed Lewis president of Miami Chapter 4 Mrs. Fred Fuller, area cancer chairman. Miami Chap; •'%  u ;e S:s3)0t| %  ::es'Y' Auxiliary Has 'Fun 1 Day ORT officers who are planning participation in the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal are deft to right Mrs. Louis Glasser, CJA ::.;:rman. special events; Mrs. Louis Baron. ORT Region president; Mrs. Lou Jacobson, ORT Miami Beach Afternoon Chapter president: Mrs. Herman Howard, ORT Region CJA chairman: Mrs. Margaret Newman Steam. Islanders Chapter. Cantata Offered At Beth Am Bt th Am Choir presented The Seven Golden Buttons.'" a cantata by Dr. and Mrs Ira Eisenstein. as part of the religious service on Friday evening. The choir is directed by Mrs. Herbert Baumgard and will feature Cantor Charles Kodner. Mrs. Sidney Fagin and Barton Udell. THINK! Think YOU CAN SAVE IN A YEAR'S TIME using NORG ORYCLEANING :-r on?-, sit savings Dy 52 • • :.:-%  >E money yOMfs a spend. on your rome a~3 *3mly. I :..-_*ocn-r-s zo^e n ••. Thej • c *.--. %  • • s c*ar3t*e carbe eaned r"xyougir, sa'e Uy and -'>r-s .* .n tx.r NORGE -. know thai -:E FACT DN! V-!.* 5 i. -.; •-• NORGE **. a regu ar n: •otM's finest ; results €. Oay oi the j-;*'. m TMS COUPON -err Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard will serve as narrator Members of the choir include Mrs. Jerome Anapol. Mrs Robert Grossberger. Mrs Edward Salem. Mrs. Marvin Stenning. Mrs. Ellis Tarsches. Mrs Bernard Abbott. Mrs Harvey Aibel. Mrs. Norman Ashbcs. Mrs. Marvin Feldman. Arthur Lewin. Dr Stanley Wellins. Lewis Gllhs. Herman Isis and Wilfred Rose. Mrs Stanley Wei lins is the organist. At this service, tne menorahs in the new sanctuary of the congregation were dedicated to the memory of Alex Kaplan, the 10th anniversary of whose pa.-was observed The menorahs are the contribution of the late Mr Kaplan s daughter and her husband. Mr and Mrs. Si dl Schreer. Seniors Forming New Group Prekmir. meeting for the orof a senior Ml group in Surfside took placi week at the home of Dr ar.d MrHerman Ausubel, 9048 Froude Ave Attending were Mayor Lee Howard and Vice Mayor Dan I of Surfside: Herman Gray son, a 1 torney. president of scciation of Surfside. -rid .V Spiro. former pre>ident of the Civic Group: Rev. Dr Chai Meeker, of the Church by the Sea: and Dr Lawrence Segal. Also present were Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. of Temple N'er Tarn id: George Valentine, vice president of Chase Federal Sav ings and Loan Association, and Eueene Schwartz, former mavor of Surfside. Dr. Ausubel was elected tern porary president Beth Shir ah Auction Temple Beth Shirah Sisterhood will hold an auction on Saturday evening. May 9 jMMrW>rW\rWlrWWW*rW*ry*ryWWrWrtrV f Let uj finance yournew ear at law bank rate of 4'/i% AfYrifV \ \\\\\ TAI T.V1Til W. W. %_ %  % % % % %  %  %  *' '. ; % % % % % % % % % %  • %  %  • % vynvitv^vvvinniinvir'nnnr^ JEFFERSON, NATIONAL i.7£.: BANK OF MIAMI BEACH: 331*'t STREET '•-. Soaf-ti ttui i: f> -•- : oz -•• ,, •"•- z 2-645* VttVWWWrtWVWrtVWtVWrW* 5(H OFF ?i LMf WANT TO SETTLE OR WORK IN ISRAEL? See YITZCHAK FENIGER Representative of th* Jewish Agency Aliyah Department FROM TUESDAY. MAY 5th from 12 Noon TO FRIDAY, MAY 8th at 12 Noon For Appointment Call HI 3-2984 or Contact Mr. Feniger at the DiLido Hotel TMIS *#OVTI0-V_TNORGE LAUNDRY & CLEANING VILLAGE Coin Operated Dry Cleaning 5890 N.W. 2nd Ave. MIAMI. FLORIDA Open 7.30 AM. M PM. 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jay, May 1. 1964 vJewlsti fhcrHdHhiti Page 7-B I ... Leslie, lunching at the Country aces &f Store before they went on to the Coconut Grove Theater, s DELIGHTFUL That was the word to describe the bridal luncneon that KdJth (Mrs. Solomon) Margons gave tor Mary Abbott in the new Champagne Room oi the Kontameblcau Hotel. American Beauty colored satin streamers on the pink table Cloths enhanced the long table with its centerpiece ol American Beauty roses and pink carnations. Among those toasting the bride in pink Champagne were her mother. Mrs. Jack Abbott, grandmother, Mrs. w. J. Pancoe, aunt Mrs. Frank Kb men, Mrs. James Abramson, Mrs. Irving Rothman, Mrs. Herman Leeks. Mrs. Sadie Trcsky. and Mrs. Alexander Bobbins. ONE FINE SATURDAY Ellic Lipton took her three daughters, whose names all start with "L," Lauren, Lisa and Leslie, and Annie and Nancy Boaz and went off in the direction of Old Cutler Road to pick strawberries. The little girls' hands were pink; their mouths were pink, too. They picked strawberries and lots of yellow posies. But— there were enough berries for Ellie to make jam which will be saved for a special occasion. i LIKE THE HISTORY BOOK Marilyn went with her husband, Harry, to Washington, D.C., where he attended a national board meeting of his fraternity, Alpha Epsilon Pi. It was Marilyn's first time in Washington. She saw the cherry blossoms in bloom, covering the trees with clouds of pink cotton. She walked through the Capitol Rotunda, that has been seen so often on television. She went to the White House and out to Arlington Cemetery to pay her respects to a beloved President. Marilyn who is so typical of the young matron of today, summed it all up in these few words, *'I am go glad that I am an American." —FRANCES LEHMAN Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller, of 1500 Daytona Rd., and their granddaughter. Miss Lee Sharon Fryd. also oi Miami Beach, at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport about to depart lor Israel aboard an El Al Israel Airlines jet for a vacation of several weeks. Giller, director and senior vice president of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association and a director of Jefferson National Bank, is also a director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. lemployment, Peace, Education Seen Major Social Action Issues Today mploymcnt. peace and edui are the major social action 1 of the times, according to lour Samet. Florida regional fector of the American Jewish imittee. peaking at the llth annual (ting of the Miami Chapter of Samet described the Negro alution as a preview of a bigcrises. loo many of us continue to centrate almost entirely on delegation, the right to vote, and employment practices," he "Too few of us are aware the technological revolution, experts agree that our unwillII u to deal with the real di-ions of the technological olution make remote the like>d of equal opportunities in Iployment for any minority mips.' I Meeting at the Dupont Plaza lotel on Monday night, the preater Miami Chapter flocted prs. Charles H. Finkelstein as new president. The first nan to become president of he local chapter, Mrs. Finkellein succeeds David B. Flee(•an, who was awarded a plaque pr his "integrity and inspired ^adership." The award was presented by Iney Meyer, a chapter vice present. Dinner chairman was Mrs. jron Farr, |1 a five-point program to meet fi challenges of human rela}"-, Samet called for greater P>port of the Metro Community lations Board, which he defihed as "inadequately staffed financed." Elected to serve as officers with Finkelstein were honoray it. David B. Fleeman; vice presidents, Alfred Boas, Jay Janis. James R. Katzman. Dr. Joseph R. Narot; secretary, Robert 1 Shapiro; financial secretary. Myron M. Bchrman; treasurer, R. W. Apte. Elected to the Executive Board were Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard, Dr. Charles Bcber. Mrs. Robert Berger, Julian I. Burg, Morris S. Burk, Alvin Cassel, Eliot M. Daniels, Judge Albert S. Dubbin. Murray M. Dubbin, Mrs. Aaron Farr. Dr. Samuel A. Feldman. Aaron A. Foosaner. Charles Friedlander, Melvyn B. Frumkes, William E. Gladstone. Melvin N. Greenberg, Jerome G. Greene. Dr. Morton Halpern. Marshall S. Harris. Daniel Neal Heller, Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe, Gerald Katcher, Walter Kovner, Dr. Louis Lemberg, Ira E. Mogul, Kenneth If, Myers. Van Myers. Richard A. Pallot. Col. Nathan B. Rood, Dr. Jack J. Rozen, Mrs. Raymond Rubin, Howard R. Scharlin, Mrs. Leonard M. Silverman, Judge Harold B. Spaet. Kenneth Treister, Barton S. Udell. Stanley S. Watts, Marshall Wise. In addition, the following were added to the Chapter Advisory Board: chairmen, Lee Ruwitch, Leonard A. Wien; Morris Lapidus, Sidney Meyer, Harry Simonhoff, William Singer. In his farewell remarks, Fleeman announced the establishment of a President's Award for those AJC members who had made outstanding local contributions to the field of human relations. First recipients of the award were Julian I. Burg, Jay Janis, James R. Katzman, Mrs. Wm. Leone, Mrs. Milton Margulis, Mrs. Leonard Silverman, and Kenneth Treister. ElECT... ARTHUR YOUNG State Representative GROUP 14 Pull Lever 29B A YOUNG MAN Of ACTION, UAOtRSHIP, ABILITY AND AGGMSSIVlNfSS A PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT OF MIAMI BEACH. GRADUATE OF MIAMI BEACH HIGH and NATIVE FLORIDIAN. "PROTECT YOUR TAGS, TAXES, AND TOURISM" I'.l. Pol. Adv. Mary Ann MacKenzie YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE SPONSORED... Severance Tax Minimum Wage Law After Care Program Equal Pay For Women Inventory Tax Exemption ^ State Commission on Aging Senior Citizens Committee on Geriatrics Sunland Training Center for Dade County Psychotic Children's Ward at South Florida State Correctional Institution for Dade County YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE FOUGHT & VOTED AGAINST Tax an Repairs License Tag Increase 5 Tax on Bathing Suits Discriminatory Sales Tax Bill RE-ELECT MARY ANN MARY ANN MacKENZIE has a GOOD, PROVEN RECORD. Keep a Representative who represents you. THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE! MacKENZIE STATE REPRESENTATIVE FOR ALL DADE COUNTY Pel. Pol. A.lv llli: HAIKU) \ r VMin DICKINSON Innual Banquet Slated plant are underway for the anF 1 banquet given student band '"hestra members and majorItes of Coral Gables High School. banquet will be held May 6 the Playhouse. Miami Springs ''as. Some 500 are expected for |is fif.h annual affair. [7 /MOTHER... i OWE ^444 / EVERYTHING TO YOU f=: AND DAD,' AND WHEN I/V\ aOVSAA/QA OF FLORIDA I'LL FKSHT FOR A REAL F*ROSRAV\ OF APPRECIATION FOR ALL DADS AND .MOTHERS/ 1S* F-.O.C Pd Poi Adv % 



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Friday May 1. 1964 +Jewlsli fkirldticur Page 9-B pletely covered with white iridescent sequins, and with caviar bead fringes spaced every few inches apart—from the bodice to the hem. Mrs. Joseph GarfieTd's white alencon lace" sheath was over frosted pink silk satin. • A black brocade formal, with ** "V" decolletage, was worn by Mrs. Harry Gordon. A sleeveless coral crepe was Mrs. Ike Gordon's choice. Her gown featured black detail in radiating lines from the wait, up the bodice and down to the hem. Mrs. Louis Gillman's pink chiffon was a John La Roc heOriginal from Paris. Cut green velvet was at her waist, and chantilly lace formed her overblouse. The lace was appliqued in scattered patterns to the hemline. White chiffon with floral clusters of silver and green beads was worn by Mrs. Michael Horwitz. Mrs. Abe Katz was in a gold lamee brocade with an a.-ymetrical drape across the front of her skirt and ending iv'th a flower at the waist. Mrs. Oscar Levine's two-piece white silk crepe featured a fitted overblouse with a high slashed neckline. Her floor-length skirt wa a sheath. An imported brocade in ice blue was worn by Mrs. Arthur Kaufman. Her matching three quarter length coat was cut in the Oriental motif. Silver caviar fringe at the waist was the outstanding feature of the white silk crepe gown which Mrs. Jack Levin wore. White iridescent sequins were appliqued on the bodice. #*EDARS oi Lebanon Hospital ** : -Id its second annual President Ball on Sunday evening at the 1-aral Beach Hotel Honored was Marry. L. Lewis, president. ;md 1 -r the occasion Mrs. Lewis selected a floor-length gown in ice "int green and aquamarine brm. le. Her gown was draped aen 5 one shoulder, and the draj • followed an asymetrical line i impleted at the hemline in a dri pe diagonally across from the moulder. E Albert Pallot was chairman for the evening, and Mrs. Pallot v jre a black reembroidcred a lei n lace overblouse over a uhi. strapless peau de soie gowi A jet-colored metallic thread was used to reembroider the Trench lace. Auxiliary presidei" Mrs. Ted Lotterman. was in black floor-length gown with -hort balloon sleeves in ribbon ^ace. Her neckline was cut straight and high across the Iron: and dipped low in back. A > Iu i from India was used to *rea$a the gown* worn J>y Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. In emerald Brew and gold brocade, it was strapless, draped in the Oriental style and had its own matching stdlt i • %  ulR'S. David Davidson was in %  •* silK floral print which ^Wencjed yellow and lilac flow*ers .'41 a field of ombre greens. White peau de soie with a bell silhouette skirt was worn by Mrs. Michael Gilbert. Clear drop crysrals adorned her elbowlength imported lace sleeves. Texturised gold lamee in an imported fabric was the choice oi Mrs. Harold Dunsky. Her shitt was softened with gold-colored silk chiffon around the scooped neckline. The chiffon flowed over the shoulders into panniers in the back. White silk crepe in floor-length elegance was worn by Mrs. Edward Gamse. Beginning J' the knee, the gown war. swirte-i to the floor and caught with a large self fabricbow. Hot house pink silk chilfon was the color choice ot Mrs. Dav. id Stuzin. Her gown followed the "A'-line silhouette and was trimmed with a wide band ot matching colored maribou feathers at the hem. Mrs. Joe Barchan's ice pink formal was embroidered with pink sequins on the bodice. Pink crystal caviar beads were strung into fringes, which ended at the torso line. A two-piece aquamarine gown was worn by Mrs. David Hess. Her fitted overblouse was heavily beaded with silver bugle, beads. Spring llowers printed on a field of turquoise silk wathe choice of Mrs. Louis Hciman Her bateau neckline was softh draped, and the drape extender across her entire bodicePorcelain blue satin was Mrs Paul Faske's choice for the even ing. Alencon lace created tin bodice, and was appliqued neai the hem of her gown. Satin lined bugle beadsand looped fringes of caviar beads trimmed the lace. Petal pink silk crepe was worn by Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. Her gown featured pink bugle beads in a geometric pattern embroidered over all hei dress, with the "V'-neckline ol her blouson bodice heavily banded in the beads. Mrs. William Singer's gown was in white silk crepe. Her fitted overblouse featured an encrusted band o silver caviar beads across the hip-line. Mrs. Max Pepper was in an apricot colored silk; crepe gown with her Empire waistline detailed with rhinestones, caviar and bugle beads. Her daughter-inlaw, Mrs. Marshall Pepper, chose a white peau de soie gown with emerald green and silver caviar beads on the bodice. Emerald green drop crysals created the waistline. The day before the ball was the day Mrs. Ben Essens' gown arrived -from Hong Kong. It was floor-length, comMiami Beach Chapter tf Hadassah Hem p M,ia %  %  Will Install Officers on Monday Nine of the 15 Miami Beach Hadassah Groups have slated instalations this week. # Bay Harbor Group will hold its installation luncheon meeting on Monday, 11:30 am., at the Singapore Hotel. Mrs. Rhea Gladwin, councilman of Surfside, will be installing officer. Larry Blue and his accordion will entertain. • Henl Group will hold its installation celebration at the Amercana Hotel on Monday. O c ft Israeli Group has slated an intallation celebration for Thursday. Vla-y 7. at the Algiers Hotel. -> • • Emma Lazarus Group will hold -n installation bruncheon Monday. 1:30 a.m.. at the Barcelona Hotel Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. of Tern le Ner Tain id. will be installing -fficer. Entertainment will be provided y the Congress Octette, under the lirection of Binah Barnett. Chair nan of the day is Mrs. Johan L ierman. 0 Morton Towers Group will hole' its installation celebration on Thursday. May 7. at the Algiers Hotel. Hanna Senesch Group will hold j its installation bruncheon on MonI day, 11:30 a.m., at the Algiers Hoj tcl. Irving Schulman. tornv>r i mayor of Surfside. will be instal! ling officer. A narration with mu! sic. "A New Page," including an original playlet in Hebrew by Re| becca Lipson. will be presented. 0 0* ShateMM Group will held its installation luncheon on Monday noon at the DiLido Hotel. Mrs. Nat Barth. president of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, wiU be the installing officer. Entertainment will be provided by Harry Robinson, accordionist. • o Henrietta Szolc" Group will held ts installation celebration on Mon,ay at the Algiers Hotel. Stojrhon S. Wise Group will hold t.s installation luncheon on Monlay, 11:30 a.m.. at the Algiers Hoel. Installing officer will be Mrs. Maurice Calm, and chairman of he clay is Mrs. Beck Sussman. Greater Miami Hemophilia Auxiliary of Miami Beach will hold its monthly luncheon meeting next Thursday noon. May 7, at the Bel Aire Hotel. Geun, Stone Plan for Fall A fall wedding is being planned by Susan Fern Van Geun and Edward A. Stone. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Van Geun. 4500 Filmore, Hollywood Hills, and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Van Geun, Miami Beach. Presently employed at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miss Van Geun is a graduate of North Miami High and Jackson Memorial School of Laboratory Technicians. Her fiance is also a graduate of North Miami High and served in the U.S. Marine Corps for three years. He is now associated with Life and Casualty Insurance Company of Nashville. The prospectivebridegroom is the son of Mrs. Dorothy Stone, 2051 NE 170th St. SYHPHOMY ( %  SKY SEvm wfrtic? or final Concert of Season! Sun., May 3. M.B. And. 8:30 P.M. Mon May 4. Dade And. 8:30 P.M. Dedicated to William Shakespeare HECTOR BERLIOZ' "ROMEO and JUUET" A Dramatic Symphony NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-32311 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI] CHTOWt-O COLO RJI STORAGf Storage Vaults On The Premises! FOR THE VERY FINEST "FURRIER STORAGE" MIAMI BEACH JE 2-2474 CORAL GABLES HI 3-7416 AT S D EXTRA COST • 0r rnondtd mesifiet'i •ici no ai *r,ii mm •*• cmt* M., m iii wiim'i t; %  .* %  ,. >R i-SIH: *Urp* MMi< Nw HI to.il MUM, HI 4IU1, Hirwt.y MUX SMI ummtij* turn $t tenon. N MM. E. 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::-s Am *"*/ fkrktor Friday. Mcv 1364 Mount Sinai Elects Leonard Abess President at Annual Meeting Here %  • %  1.1V i? ; > J — i C-JC*~J1 ">• **>*-* *~N!. J-l S i; .••t~ z >J — .tit^.— % %  J ^ No. Dode Forms Academy Group '.• %  .' %  :. V • %  %  : iTSAi 4 %  • *5 iKfctiV t *t t Mr ACL; *-^ i-r M* papai i"** .-r-lWit > %  c* > ***• ar" •• wt\i CTTW^I-.n*•• > fv-r-vj/npt c%rji%  %  **••• N %  **— -M *v* > ?•!*•<* %  %  > %  *>-• < : -> -x jw*^ it i*+ l;ue^i mm •**£ ^w WHr\ T*rfcfr9* %  i VIA Mv" f< **:> ,' mw w laBa ..*:%  • •rs. *. > %  MR were %  --t i -*-•**• &f %  m m*~t — = ft*-— £> ->*- 5 -*c -1—* j**r i.: -J* uaai Fashion Notes From Paris Due of Meeting Chairman Picked For Tribute Here To Rabbi Schiff :J • .: %  Ml fr* %  m tun tun : %  %  %  %  • • -r %  %  TWIJM Hi-Si VilMflia T V *• "" .-tMTV: i -. %  JXXU tuts %  %  %  >. • %  HJ — mmmTi ~': uuku 1 V >.-j. at %  •sor aaraaaaa %  : .:-.• ;i:c :<:T i: :-. J: .. jr5A;> an %  %  :3* -mean%  %  %  %  S*c;* S-iss w. ; i x-: 5c *-; %  •'- %  -"-' %  • • — lanats Caat • %  laan • %  • •: :< I ... % %  -. :•: %  i--. • BB Women Will Install Officers • • a r :i:. I_;X:<-A. % %  a K.i 5jtr* rt: S£r am 2 ; %  %  • ., >: %  • i — .: r:-"• %  %  i • wtnvuaow raj r ;.i I Wn %  3M k '. I %  E aa MI: i — i %  %  -• i 1 DADE COUNTY NEEDS A Tax Expert in Tallahassee ELECT RALPH ^k OESTERLE TS TIME FOR ECONOMY \H TALLAHASSEE ^>.S£55.M.AS S£C*r? VNC'AS HOW 5.*C tS zi XZ • CCATS \ POLL LEYER 2<-A F0 DAVE BROWER • TAX ENFORCEMENT AND COLLECTION METHODS ARE ANTIQUATED! • TAX MONEY IS BEING WASTED THRU MISDIRECTION AND DUPLICATION! • EYER GROWING TAXES THREATEN TO ENGULF AND STIFLE OUR ECONOMY! RALPH OESTERLE -AS T*E =\-E? ESC? TO svis:-A~E tSVfc* *vr E. S£ CXJt EX STING TA> STIUCTUL RALPH OESTERLE B K>? RE-IM O^ THE UNFAB AND rSCXLVLNATC-J^ V.rS'Oi^ AS? SASC5.E 'AJCiS K ^*S* "-*3c 'AXES .. >.vr ENCC.^AGt £\ = ASSK)N AND >f.S.C* 2 wc:Nr= C>; : *ANC1A1 AND BUSINESS OJWIAT^ ? — A C*--E5£ "AXES .SC*..: STC* 'w: : CtS c= v C N ; c-= :c^Ais \sa. s:-5 *c c^*s:e TC PA4E our ECONOMIC *m* RALPH OESTERLE O^OSED TO THE >C*OSED K "* tDai£v rAO EXEMPTION AND AST Rjm<5 Of ^>€ S^^S 'AX TO G^OCEWES DJKJGS. ETC -< ri: >= SSTCNP O M^r 5 Vote for RALPH OESTERLE STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP 7



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%  iday. May 1. 1964 fJewlsti noricfiaun idath Yeshurun teelects Liedm'dn \i the annual election meeting k i Temple Adath Yeshurun .; week, Joseph Licdman Ml ,.-,,i in a second term as presP nl HI Temple Adath Yeshurun ii North Miami Beach. Elected with him were Al Kess•r, first vice president; Judge Gpldstein, second vice resident; William Platt, religious : ,. president; Charles Smook, onorary vice president; Mrs. Dan! Bimberg, secretary; William I,.-, treasurer; Gilbert Miller. Inancial secretary. Elected to the Board of Directs were Abe Cohen, Gerald i. nklltl, Morly Kosoy, Murray I ufman, Bernard Levy and Jack Bcks Samuel Katner was elected hairman of the Board of DirecIIS Other members serving on the iard are Ben Falk, vice chairan. William Alter, Martin Bell. William Gerstcin, George reenberg, Morty Kester, Martin Mac Kulich, Sam RubenBe": Jacob Schoenfeld is an pnorar) member of the board. Installation of officers will be bid on Friday evening. May 22, w ith the Sisterhood, Page 11-3 Mrs. Brenner To Head Section THE MAN is Dr. Robert Butler THE POSITION... School Board — Group 2 at large BUTLER IS FOR... Your children and all children In Dad* County. For Bible readme bolng preserved in our educational system. For a complete upgrading of our educational system. HE IS AGAINST... The discord and antagonism which have prevailed HIS QUALIFICATIONS... light harmonious years on the school board, during which time teacher salaries were increased, the Junior College was established, orderly integration was accomplished, *t*hle sessions were eliminated, spec a I classes lor exceptional children were initiated, buildings were increased from 96 permanent buildings to 201 permanent buildings, and many other wonderJul improvements were made, HE NEEDS... Your vote. Ho hopes fo gain your help through contributions of either time or money. Call 759-3330 or PL 7-4SSS Seated (center) is Mrs. William I. Lirenn^r, ciew'y-slecied Dresident of the Greater Miami Section oi NCJW. Left is Mrs. Larry Hoffman, Shores Division president. Right is Mrs. Bernard Loring, South Dade president. Standinq (left to riqht) are Mrs. Elias Cohen, Lincoln Division president; Mrs. Irving L. Wexler, Coral Division president; Mrs. S. Charles Fisher, Bay Division president; Mrs. Robert Somerstein, Islands Division president. Not shown are Mrs. Emanuel Palgon, Evening Division president, and Mrs. Milton Gross, Indian Creek Division president. German Jews %  See Selves As Jews in Germany By Special Report "The German Jews prefer to call themselves Jews in Germany. Though they are a protected minority today, they continue to leel overshadowed ami deeply affected by the past. Personal adjustment is difficult. And. too, they are crushed by the contempt in which they feel they are held by the proud Jewish C o m in u n i ti e s abroad." So says Gertrude Samuels, a newspaperwoman who recently visited Germany, reporting on what she found in an article apiicaring in the current issue of Harper's Magazine. Mi-s Samuels says that there are about 30.000 Jews who, having survived Hitler years, have elected to live again in the country of their people's ordeals. Among other facts reported by Miss Samuels in her Harper's article are: • Only a small percentage of the 30,000 Jews, perhaps 5,000, are of German descent. Most of the others are Eastern European Jews who were in the German camps after the war, or fled into the German Displaced Persons Camps from the postwar, anti-Semitic excesses in East Europe. • Because of the Icelings of insecurity, many Jews in Germany have kept dual nationality and dual passports. Certainly lew families want to keep their children in Germany, BUTLER SCHOOL BOARD — Group 2 at large M. Pol kiv Summer Spent At an Ulpan "Summer in an Israeli Ulpan," : \ week intensive course in He.row for serious students of the language, is being offered this summer by the Department of Education and Culture of the Jew isb Agency. Designed to meet the growing need for summertime Hebrew 'i language study under optimum conditions, this summer's pilot inject will be under the direction of Dr. Shlomo Kodesh. head )! the Israel Ministry of Education's Adult Hebrew Language Study Section, who is now servj ing as consultant on Hebrew lan, uiagc studies in the Department Of Education and Culture of the Jewish Agency-American Section. Dr. Kodesii was recently in Miami and conducted a seminar for Hebrew teachers and Jewish] "educators under the auspices of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Information is available at the Bureau of Jewish Education. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers will install her sister-in-law, Mrs. William I Brenner, as pies dent oi the Greater Miami Section, National Council oi Jewish Women, at a 10:30 a.m. brunch on Wednesday, May %  iM I-..I \ti\.



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Of "" '" %  • %  •JMUIP Page 12-B +Jeistnorldlari Friday, May I Candidates Preparing bi Showdown on Tuesday Candidates in state and local races are making their tinal bid this weekend for elections on Tuesday. For further listings, see other sections. Cliff Herrell State Sen. Clitf Herrells supporters call him •education's most effective voice in Tallahassee, evidenced by his record during the six years he served as a member of th House of Representatives and four in the Senate." In his bid for reelection, tit-rre'l Mates. "I sponsored the bill which created the Dade County Junior College where 10.000 students arc row enrolled. In 1963. 1 introduced and helped pass the $4.3 million tor new textbooks, teachers' pay raise, and worked for passage of the Professional Practises Act and repeal of the Competency Awards Law. "1 have worked in behalf of Senior Citizens and helped pass the present State Commission on Aging and co-introduced legislation to provide for the complete payment of medical bills for hospital and home nursing care lor •jualified senior citizens." 4*4 Spesjjrd Holland Sen. Spessard L. Holland discussed his position on the Civil .Rights Bill and medical aid for Senior Citizens again this week during his campaign for reelection to his Senate seat. On Civil Rights, the Senior Senator from Florida stated, "I am for a Civil Rights Bill, It's badly j needed, but I think we should give the issues involved a little more consideration. The Bill says that a violator will be tried by a judge —no jury. I believe that no man should be told by anyone that be no longer has a choice of employees. "I am also for aiding Senior 1'itizens in their fight lor medical aid, but I think there is a bettcr plan than medicare, which only provides for those Senior Citizens covered by Social Security. It is my judgment that we .•ho'ilil take care of every Senior Citizen, not just those who paySocial Security." • • • Arthur Young Active civic worker Arthur Young, in his bid for the State Legislature. Group 14. states, "as state vice president for the Jaycecs. I covered over 50.000 miles. "It is obvious that Dade Count> does not receive her fair share of road funds, and we support 25 percent of the state budget. Let's dig into that budget anu tind out why." Member of a pioneer family which settled in 1864 before moving to Dade County, Young, whose father is 74 years old, says "I live vith the problems of Senior Citizens every day. If elected. I will help provide health or geriatric linics. with good transportation to them." Martin P. Shachat "I offer five years of experience." says Judge Martin P. Shachat. making a bid for reelection to the Judgeship of Dade County Small Claims Court. A combat veteran of World War II, and a 1951 graduate of Miami Law School, Judge Shachat servol as Municipal Judge in North Miami Beach from 1953 to 1955. and again from 1958 to 1960. "Since my appointment to the Bench in July. 1963. I have heard more than 5.000 cases." declared Judge Shachat. who is a member of the Florida. American. Dade County and North Dade Bar Associations. Carey Matthews State Rep. Carey Matthews, in campaigning to retain his post from Group 3. states that "the people of Florida are entitled to' be represented fairly and according to their numbers in their legislative bodies." Ten years in the Florida House of Representatives, Matthews served as chairman of the Dade Legislative delegation. "In the 1363 session." he says, ; "I was one of the floor leaders' in the fight for public schools and the College Bond Amendments for Higher Education." A former Assistant Attorney, ;tnd a Marine combat veteran of both World War II and Korea, Matthews is presently a member of the Constitutional Law Committee of the Florida Bar, American Legion, and Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce. o 4 a Pcaaj#T? Mavwrfte4Q "ReapportionrncBt is vitally needed to assure Dade a meaning-! ful voice in the Legislature," says | Former Metro Commissioner Rob-, ert Haverficld in his bid for the : State Senate. Elected chairman of the County Commission twice during his term of office with the commission. Attorney Haverficld points to his record, and states, "I will continue to work for the best interests of all the people in Dade if I am elected Senator." A Dade Countian for 17 of the 40 years he has lived in Florida, I Haverficld is for "realistic assistance to senior citizens, fair-share school and gas tax return to Dade and all-out support of Intcrama." He is against "unfair inventory tax. auto tax increase by the 1963 Legislature, tax on groceries and medicines." • a • Dante Fascell U.S. Rep. Dante Fascell is running for reelection to the office he now holds. As an example of the wide variety of activity in which he is' engaged on Capitol Hill, Rep. Fascell. who is chairman of the Legal and Monetary Affairs SubCommittee. House Committee on Government Operations, this week TUESDAY MAY 5-VOTE FOR THE MAN WHO VOTES FOR YOU! RE-ELECT STATE REPRESENTATIVE DAVID C. ELDREDGE • • • HE VOTED AGAINST THE BOOST IN AUTO TAG RATES!! HE VOTED FOR REMOVAL OF THE PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX ON BOATS! • • • Keep Dade's Most Experienced Representative Working For You. Pull lever 14A on May 5 for Economy and Efficiency in Government. I'd. Pol, Aatv. reported that the subcommittee is conducting a study looking to the prevention of feuds between the Federal Bank and supervisory agencies. Fascell is also chairman of the International Organizations and Movements Committee on Forcr'i Affairs. "United States ideological effort in the Cold War docs not measure up to Communist political propaganda actvities either in organizational ability or in the amount of effort expended in this field," said Rep. Fascell. The candidate promised, if reelected and returned to Capitol Hill, to continue the wide variety of his activities "bearing the best interests of South Florida and the nation in mind." Fred Specht A 30-year resident of Dade County, Fred Specht has declared himself a candidate for the School Board. A member of many civic organizations, the 52-year-old insurance executive states. "I have a positive four-point program for progress for the school. "I stand for voluntary prayer in the schools; for living wages for all school employees; for utilizing school grounds after hours for supervised education; and for obtaining necessary funds to establish kindergarten classes." • Bernard Btrmin In his bid for State Legislature in Group 2, Bernard Bcrman, Councilman of North Miami Beach, pledges "to work in the behalf of all Florida, concentrating on the benefits to be received especially by Dade County." Major in the U.S. Air Force Reserve, Bcrman served as Special Assistant Attorney General and has been active in local civic affairs. "If I am elected. I will work toward fairer representation for Dade County, increased workmen's compensation benefits, more aid for our citizens and more state park facilities for both our visitors and our local residents," the young attorney has pledged. a a Robert King High In the full swing of his campaign lor Governor of Florida, Mayor Robert King High declares that "my executive experience with the city is a better qualification for governor than experience in the legislature could be. "As mayor," High continues, "I lived up to my pledge to economize and reduce taxes, and I can do the same for the state. "I shall also work for a new formula for dividing gasoline tax money among the counties. At present, gas tax money is being distributed on a formula based on the population of 34 years ago." Speaking to a Miami Beach audience. High said, "1 plan to set up a directory of skills for senior citizens under direction of the Industrial Commission, if I am elected Governor." • • V Scott Kelly Sen. Scott Kelly, in his bid for the Governorship of Florida has stated, "if I am given the powerful veto pen of the governor's office. I'll cut down every attempt to put a sales tax on food and medicine, and if the current law on milk price controls is not repealed by the legislature, I will appoint members to the Milk Commission pledged to oppose price fixing." Speaking to a group of women, Kelly called attention to his "efforts to curtail juvenile delinquency." As Mayor of Lakeland, Kelly recalled "I was called to testify before the Kefauver Crime Committee why Lakeland had the lowest juvenile delinquency rate for its size of any city in the nation. "What I did for Lakeland, I would try to do for the state, working through the Florida Youth Commission," Kelly added. Hayden Burns Jacksonville Mayor Hayden Burns, in his bid for election to the Governorship of Florida, has emphasized that "top priority will be given to building roads where they will serve the greatest need and the most people" if he is sent to head the state in Tallahassee. "This applies especially to completion of 1-95 from the Georgia border south." Burns adds. i "During the 15 years I served as Mayor of Jacksonville." says Burns, "business and industries, in various categories, have Increased from 30 to 163 percent, which I feel is due to my leadership. I wish to lead the State of Florida toward the same spectacular improvement." On Civil Rights. Burns is "in total opposition to the bil ing before Congress and w it with every legal-me, sible." John E. Mathews, JDemocratic gubernatoru, didate John E. f Matheu-. daining a "pie in the >k^ paign. states that "an hone paign means an honest a tration. and I don't belie Florida can afford weak ship." Voted "Outstanding Mem the Senate" in 1963. Sen N; -ays. "I have no magic \\t would enable me to givi area of the state everyl wants and still keep n,\.•• but I am opposed to the < tional amendment which ipanion to the present stal apportionment because l think the Senate formula is I9q PMd. fiaht DOScan'., discamc-.niiItninis• that carterlet oi ''hews d that iverj mg it lown, istitu. %  coma n io not Jair." ****************************** *> %  GROUP 2 Lever 41-B COUNTYWIDE VOTE MAY 5 SPECHT IS A MATURE, CAPABLE. TEMPERATE MAN WHO WILL WORK FOR COOPERATION AND HARMONY ENDORSED By Dade County Federation of Labor, A.F. of L. C.I.O. and by Dade County Citizen's Committee BE PARTICULAR ABOUT "V YOUR CHILD'S EDUCATION! ELECT FRED SPECHT YOUR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE ON SCHOOL BOARD *++ + + + -* + + + + + M + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 l ; + + + *\ TO RETAIN A REPRESENTATIVE WHO IS QUALIFIED EXPERIENCED DEDICATED RE-ELECT f\ \ MAXINE E. BAKER Endorsed by the Miami Herald, th* Miami Newt, the Senior Citizens and others. FOR STATE REPRSSiNTATIVi IN GROUP M LEVER 29-A DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY COUNTY WIDE VOTE



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nd. ght (OSMsv 1. 1964 Jewlsti norkttan Page 13-B %  ^111 W #-.'. ,.|,„ ,, *— -— • • Fred Herman at Temple Beth Shirah (I by Rabbi Morris A. II include the Bar Mitzo Fred Herman on Saturday, I Idc |d l! !no I ido y ok ed err o ce s ()'. 5 mi il %  lii Is tiai V %  ai \ l'i ini loo he %  I.Mi: elebrant is the son of Mr. rs. Morris M. Herman, 13825 -.n Ave.. and grandson of r Mrs. Sam Herman, Mi(I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph. rgh, Pa. %  ny student in the seventh t Palmetto Junior High. a member of the accelerath program. He plays id is an active athlete. ush following the cere; nd a reception at Westountry Club will be tenthe Bar Mitzvah. O 9 Laurence Lang Ner Tamid will be the the Bar Mitzvah of LauLang during Mincha ser%  nducted by Rabbi Eugene on Saturday, May 2, at Mrs. Helen Lang, the t is a student of the Ner Religious School and at11ilnJunior High. • Sharry Ogron daughter of Mr and nitron, will become Bas ai Beth Mosbe CongregaFriday, May l. Stim-i, April and Cantor Fein will officiate. An ,at in Sham's honor t the services in Popiel ..ll elebrant is a student at she Hebrew School and Gratigney Elementary .11 be feted at a reception %  i Spnngs Villas on SunCheryl Ram Labi Norman N. Shapiro, spiri[uilt is Subject f Forum Here Shoi It?" el < th< Ft shins kisci %  kle, lll'Cf inn <• p k >un< he irs rid • rest id We All Share In the will be the subject of a scussion Friday evening People Speak at Washingleral Auditorium. 1234 ton Ave. -ants will be Lee Van pastor. Bryan Memorial Dr. George Simpson, •y Relations Board and -ulent. NAACP: and HenBarns, editor. Labor led will study the closed countries throughout the Jews tleeing from Nazi in. QUALIFIED tual leader df Beth David Con grcgation, will officiate at the Bas Mitzvah of Cheryl Ram, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Issie Ram, on Friday evening. May 1. Cheryl is in the seventh grade at Shenandoah Junior High. She plays the violin and her outside activity is swimming. She has a record of perfect attendance at Junior Congregation services which are held for the children each Sabbath morning at Beth David. Mr. and Mrs. Ram will be hosts ct the Oneg Shabbat following services in honor of the young celebrant. • Larry Kraviti Bar Mitzvah of Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kravitz, will take place at the Mincha service on Saturday. May 2, at the Israelite Center, Rabbi E. T. Swiri sky will officiate. Larry is a student at the Israelite Center Hebrew School and Jis in the seventh grade at Shenan%  dean Junior High. His parents will he hosts at the I ShalOS SeudOS. Present will be. j his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum and Mr anou Mrs. Sam Kravitz. Martin Schechter Dr. [rvhig Lehrnfaifc spiritual: leader <>i Temple Emanu-El, will Officiate at the Bar. MitzvaJi Old Martin, son of Mr and Mfs. liar-' old Schechter, on Safcsru'ajr 'Worn? ing, May 2, at the Temple. Martin is in the seventh grad at Nautilus Junior High, where lav*. is in the accelerated mathematics program, plays drum in the hamfij and belongs to the Science Club] He is interested in football, golf, the electric guitar, and art. Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham^ Schechter. Martin's grandparents, will be present for the occasion. The celebrant will be honored at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall following the service and at a reception Saturday evening in the Mona Lisa Room of the Eden Roc Hotel. *• Jeffrey Lansman Jeffrey Brandt, son of Mrs. Claire Lansman. 7557 Mutiny Ave and the late Dr. Wilfred Lansman. will be Bar Mitfvan on Saturday morning, May 2. at Temple Beth Sholom. with Rabbi Leon Kron-. ish officiating. Jeffrey is a student in the Beth Sholom Confirmation Class of 5725. Howard Shapiro Early morning services on Saturday, May 2, at Temple Ner 'Iamid will include the Bar Mite\ah of Howard Shapiro, with Rab bi Eugene Labovitz officiating. The celebranl isii student in the \er Tamid Religious School and Nautilus Junior High Mr and Mrs Sidney Shapiro will honor their son at a reception following the ceremony • Harold Pincus Bar Mitzvah of Harold, son of i*/ Jeffrey lansman Fred Herman Harold Pincus Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pincus, will be celebrated on Saturday morning, May 2, at Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate. Harold is in the eighth grade at Ida M. Fisher Junior High. He! is in the accelerated mathematics; program, a member of the Na-! tional Honor Society and the Science Club, and won an award in the 1964 Dade County Science Fair. He plays trumpet and his hobbies include basketball and softball. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaplan. Harold's grandparents, will be present for the occasion. The celebrant will be honored at a reception following the service at the Algiers Hotel, a a a Lester Shalloway Lester, son of Dr. and Mrs Leon Shalloway. 18801 NE 21st' Ave.,'Will observe his Bar Mitzvah at Beth Tor ah Congregation on Saturday. May 2. with Rabbi >fax A Lipschitz officiating. The celebrant has attended ReligionSchool for the past four years and is a student at John !•'. Kennedy Junior High. He is an accomplished accordionist' and violinist. Dr. and Mrs Shalloway will lender a reception in honor of their son on Sunday evening in the Social Hall ot the synagogue. | Lester's maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sir, of Miami Beach. W Mark Levin On Saturday morning, May 2, Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam f Levin, w ill be Bar Mitzvah. with j Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual leader of Temple Zion. officiat-1 ing. Mark, a seventh grade student at West Miami Junior High, plans to continue his studies in the, Temple Zion Confirmation Class. Alan Levin On Saturday morning. May 2, Rabbi Monkcai Podet will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Alan Levin during services at Temple .rudea. Alan is a seventh grade student at Palmetto Junior High and. plays trumpet in the school band He also has given several piano ret Hals Following Ingraduation from the Temple's Hebrew School, he will continue Ins religious education He is active in spoils, and his hobines Include com and stamp-collecting Mr and Mrs. Marvin Levin. 13300 SW 72nd Ave.. will honor their son at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday nighl and at the Kiddush following tla' ceremony on Saturday. Bruce Jamison Bruce Lawrence son ol Mr and Mrs. Stanley Jamison, will be Bar Bruce is a seventh grader at Mitzvah at Saturday morning ser-1 Shenandoah Junior High, where vices. May 2, in Beth David Synahis favorite subject is science. He gogue. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will officiate. plays the violin and builds miniature models. The Juvenile Court Belongs to YOU not to the newspapers — you be the Judge ELECT A QUALIFIED CANDIDATE JUDGE PHIL CONIGLIO ll' r PULL LEVER 33-A Best QUALIFIED ... By Far! QUALIFIED by 11 years legal experience with active participation in over 300 welfare and juvenile cases. QUALIFIED by 8 years Judicial experience which included establishment of a juvenile traffic court. QUALIFIED by lifelong active participation in youth work. QUALIFIED by years of constant, continuous concern for young people. QUALIFIED by temperament. QUALIFIED by understanding. QUALIFIED by a sincere desire to serve the community. YOU CAN HELP YOUTH! PULL LEVER 33-A PHIL CONIGLIO FOR JUVENILE COURT JUDGE "He is well qualified for his new position, and his many friends will wish him well as he rises the gov* ernnjental ladder." PANAMA CITY HERALD KEEP James W. ATTORNEY GENERAL toid PohiUat Advrtmmtnt 0* Re-Elect LEO FURLONG YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE GROUP 5 AN EXPERIENCED MEMBER Of WE SUCCESSFUL DADE DELEGATION • • REMEMBER: EXPERIENCE COUNTS FOR YOU • ITS FURLONG AGAIN IN THE 5TH RACE "A Proven Fighter for Dade's Rights —Pledged to get a better return for Dade County's Tax Dollar" IM 1 I



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Page 14-B f, U H i*>t flcrtcffon Friday. May 1, ig, Florida State Federation B'nai B'rith Lodges Elects Sidney Palmer President Zev W. Kogan (lefl\ chairman of the INF Executive Board of Greater Miami, congratulates Irving Schalzman on his and Irs. Schatzman's 5Cth wedding anniversary and on being incribed in the Me Ami Golden Book. Schatzman Inscribed in Golden Book Of Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Sidnej n. Palmer accepted the javel ol the presidencj ol the Florida State Federattoa of BJnai B'rith Lodges from outgoing president, Ben Goldfield, .it a banquet Monday night, ivth concluded the 28th animal convention of the federation of B'mi B'rith Lodges and Women's Chapters. E, Alber' Pallot was Installing officer of the even!, held at the Carillon Hotel, with Judge Milton Friedman serving as toastiriaster. Other officers installed included Ansel Wittenstein, president-elect; Geaa Eisen, vice president; Arthur Apfeloaum, secretary; Louis Ossinsky Jr., treasurer; and Mrs. Myron Ros enbleefh, president cf the Worn en' Chapters. A1 the opening session of the convention, Palmer acted as toastmaster when officers "i the new tfr and Mrs [rving Schatzman centh celebrated their 50th wed ng anniversary, To mark the caaion, he has been inscribed in 1 Me Ann Golden Book by a od friend The Me Ann (".olden Book lists %  e names of pel NOILS who are hupgjOrting the project launched the Greater Miami Jewish Namal Fund Council in behalf of is community's twin city in Is1 el. Me Ami Me Ami, in the Galilee, is sit. at*d on the Jordan border and row houses an agricultural-miliDinner to Honor Note Perlmutter A community testimonial dinner as been planned-to honor Nate : erlmutter. Florida state director '] the Anti-Dt fa mat ion League ho is leaving the community to -siime the position Of director ol N w York Office of the \i>i The testimonial will be held at %  Everj Hotel at 8 10 p m l \v 1 The Re ional Board this \ ite.l friends ol the 11 %  runuttt r to participate in the itions maj t thi the Anti-D %  .11 Li 1 ie £30 S imi tary unit. The Greater Miami Jewish community, through the JNF Council here, has been responsible for the construction of the twin city, which was officially opened last November, with many Israeli government officials in attendance. The Me Ami ('.olden Hook enables Miamians unable to support the project of a larger scale to do so more modestly. Names listed in the book are linked with the soil of Israel. The ('.olden Book, according to Leon J. Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, will be placed in the Keren Kayemeth Leisrael Golden Book Room in Jerusalem, with a duphcate copy also housed in the Jewish Museum 'I Miami Beach at Temple Fmanu El. "We hope," said Ell, "that the Golden Book will reach its ultimate goal of $1,000,000 by insuring the inscription of 10,000 names.'' nan. in acko the inscript %  • his ov n name, I led ed ppoi I ol the %  -. t m addition to mj acti vfries on behalf B ii B'rith pli Emanu El, I c er the work ol the Jewish Nane ol the holies! in lewish life." he declared. PLAN FOR PROGRESS TAXES • Absolutely oocosed to Sales Tax on food on t Drops • Rccool Auto Too Increase *ith cotiideration to ability to poy HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION • Preserve Homestead Exemption EDUCATION • Setter fay for Teachers, Better Schools INDUSTRY • Ixpanded Development -jt Successful Businessman + District Governor Lions International -*> Member, Disabled American Veterans it College Graduate Accounting-Finance PULL LEVER 30-A FOR GEORGE WHITING STATE REPRESENTATIVE GROUP 14 I'd I esl affiliate. Harmony .Lodge of North Miami lieach. were installed. Keynote address was given byMaurice Steinberg, District 5 president, and Mayor Melvin J. Richard, of Miami Beach, and Dade County Mayor Chuck Hall welcomed the delegates. 1 Jay MarkowitZ, Federation past president, presented a number of awards 10 lodges, and Palmer received a citation lor "Meritorious Service." Climax of the three-day session came with the installation banquet, followed by adjournment cf the current session. Convention vice chairmen were Sam Nieberg, District 5 vice president; Mrs. Alfred Reich, past president, District S Women; Ansel Wittenstein, Federation vice president; assisted by Biliy Kein, chairman. District 5 Women's Adult Jewish Education; and Maurjce Finegcld, past president, South Florida Council BB Lodges. Congratulatory messages were received by Palmer from Gov. Farns Bryant. Kep. Claude Pepper, l\s. Sen. George Smathers, Metre Mayor Chuck Hall and May or Melvin J. Richard, of Miami Beach. Resolutions passed at the convention included enlargement of the scope of B'nai B'rith participation in programs for employment of the handicapped and in crease in appropriations to the Hillel Foundation here SfDNfi PfilMIR Eshkol Views Russian Jews TEL AVIV (JTA) ]Time Minister Levl Eshkoi expressed the belief this week thai when the doors lor emigration from Ru-. sia are opened. Russian Jew will be motivated to come I" Israel 1 by thendesire to help buil < %  Jewish society in Israel Hi he believed this, rather than emergency emigration or even [light from persecution, would be the reason. The Premier spoke at the Ing of the convention ol the kibbutz movement of the Mapai Party near Dcganya. The Premier, himself g member of the kibbutz, suggested a new era for the collective movement based on industnel kibbutisn which might provide an adequate response and attraction for technologists and for Jews VOTE HONEST" Beth Sholom Men Elect Shapiro Prexy Jack B Shapiro was elected president ol the Brotherhood ol at ai annual neeting on S sui c< ed Dr Harrj E W< Ik, v ho hi the office for the pas.1 t .-. 0 5 eai Ms 1.. ct< I i" serve Presi lent-e'ect, James Ki 1 ecri tai j. Sam Rudt. correspond oiviai v. .1. Bernard v via presidents, Jack M Fink, 1 Granoff, Sidnej Ross, Harald KranifiC. Judge Philip Schlis sel and Morris Miller Beard of directors are \ ilelvin Richard, Joseph Alter, Joseph Ash, Michael Brumer, David Drucker, Aaron Farr. Marvin Cooper. Sam M.irhn. Waiter Lebowitz. Dr Meyer Eggnatz, David Muskat, Marvin Fehr, Philip Postelnek, Bernard Rosen, Seymour Silverman, Irwin Teplis, Jack Abbott, Jack Wagner, Meyer Don, Joseph Silverstein, Paul Gaier, Dr Harry E. Wolk, and Frank Hepps. KRAUSZ FOR THE HOUSE G R 0 U P V 0 T E ALL DADE COUNTY REGISTERED VOTERS CAN VOTE TOELECT DR. MARGUERITE KRAUSZ TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES PULL LEVER 25-A 4 4 4 4 4 4 < 4 < < i i 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Judge Robbins Takes Bench Attorney Sy A. Robbins was sworn in as Associate Jud the Town of West Miami at cere monie* last week. Judge Robbins is president ol the Palm Springs Lions Club, past president of the Hialeah Miami Springs Bar Association, past president of Gilbert J. Balkiu Lodge of B'nai B'rith and past president of the West Dade Junior Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the HialeahMiami SpringsBar Association and the Florida Bar Association, and has been admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. FOR INTEGRITY IN GOVERNMENT f-Mvtfr ** LV-. A BUSINESSMAN EDUCATOR To State Legislature A candidate who believes that the State of Florida most find ways to reduce taxes, NOT increase taxes. CREED ALDERS0N DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE GROUP 3 SteekWM, • Me-fcer, Oaticrea Deft* Kappo'";"'• ft .*"'.* C Mmfl. honorary leadership MtMt Graduat,, Uaivers.ty of Vkfimm • V,t„m>. (.rex. Wmr • A FULLY QUALIFIED CANDIDATE IM Pol ^'



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•, fewlsti nnrSrtl/nn Page 15-S New Thrift Shop building of the Jewish Home for the Aged was officially dedicated Sunday. Among those in attendance were (left to right) Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice president of the Home and chairman of its Building Campaign Committee; Mrs. Meyer; Judge Irving Cypen, president of the Home; Mr. and Mrs. William Welntraub. lonatime Home supporters; and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kravitz, who serves as chairman of the Thrift Shop Committee. Newman Elected PR Unit Chief For So. Florida Stuart (".. Newman, president of Newman Schulte, DC, public delations counseling firm, has been alerted president of. the Smith Florida Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. Newman is past president of 3etter Business Bureau of Greater Miami Chapter of American Public Relations Association, and Greater Miami Chapter of Sigma Delta Chi. professional journalism society. He has been a director of two South Florida banks and was southern vice president of APRA. He presently is secretary of the Florida-Caribbean Chapter of Society of American Travel Writers, a national assembly delegate of PRSA, and is listed in "Who's Who in the South and Southwest." The new officers will be installed Monday evening at Miami Springs Villas. STUART NEWMAN Max Argintar, 81 Passes in Tampa Max Argintar, 8i. Tampa's oldesl active merchant and brother ol Miamian Oscar Argintar, died. Apr. 20 at his home there. Owner and operator of Max Argintar Men's Clothing Store, Ybor City, for the past 56 years, Argintar came to this country fiom Romania in 1902. Surviving are his wife, Anni*: three daughters. Mrs Morris CooUk, Mrs. Fred Lebos, both oi Tampa, and Mrs. Sydney Jacobs, Atlanta; two sons, Arnold, St. Petersburg, and Sammie. of Tarn pa: three sisters, including Mrs. Abe Kirshenbaum, of Miami: two brothers. Cy of West Palm Beach. and Oscar, of Miami: 12 -rand children and eight grandchildren. 'Driven Snow 1 On Boards Again Thespians of Temple Beth Sin om will repeat the pcrformam of "Pure as the Driven Snow' the Temple's -Cafe Theatre" > Saturday evening, 8:15 p.m., 1144 Chase Ave.. according to ; announcement by James Knopk chairman of the group and COI p.my manager. "The performance on Apr met with such acclaim that mai people Who were unable to get the first function have asked I' a repeat performance," accordii to Knopke. GERSON Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple Menorah, gives last minute instructions to youth leaders who are preparing for the Temple USY Weekend. Featured will be religious, social and athletic activities, culminHary Lewis (left), president of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, receives special recognition from Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the board, at the Cedars of Lebanon second anual President's Ball on Sunday at the Doral Beach Hotel. Some 500 persons attended, and witnessed the presentation to Lewis of a silver cigarete case engraved with an authentic replica of the hospital and signatures of the trustees. Tropical Chapter Donor Luncheon Tropical Chapter of the Ameri\ Mrs. Bertram .1. Thorpe, presi can Medical Center at Denver will | dent, laid that entertainment has honor members who have reached been planned for the occasion. their donor at a champagne] Donor chairman is Mrs. Harry brunch on Saturday at the DeauWolper. Mrs. Irving Kosenbaum ville Hotel. is co-chairman. ating in the Temple's youlh program for the year. Left to right are Diane Glickman, Marjorie Glickman, Melvin Friedman. Richard Friedman, Mitchell Solomon. Robert Ett, and Mark Slavin. Menorah Youth Plan Weekend Temple Menorah USY will spon.,r a special Teen-Age Weekend consisting of religious, social, athletic and cultural activities, beginning with Friday evening through Sunday atternoon. May 3. The weekend will be launched ...i t h an Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening, featuring Israeli singing dancing, as well as rclresh, nts following the services, and climax in %  < fishing-picnic party tendered by the Men's Club of the Temple. Saturday, the teen-agers will participate in the services and •erved a luncheon, followed by a cultural discussion led by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz on the gereral subject of "What Does JucVism Mean to the Average Teen-Ager?" On Saturday night, a Coffee House dance will be sponsored tor all teen-agers, leaturing a' llootcn any. Sunday morning, alter a brief worship service in the Temple's Chapel, the teen-agers will take .11 on a morning's lishin^ trip On t h"ir return, the Men's Club will sponsor the annual youth picnic, teaturing athletic activities in addtiion to traditional picnic foods, Mrs. Helen Segal, advisor to tie USY'ers, will he helped by members of Sisterhood in supervising the weekend activities. MRS l'( IK V -''. "' -"'"-' Alton Rd widow ..f In I,, i .i. .n. i-. I .-.•— Heritor), died Apr. 20. "he came here will, her huaband in i' 1 '-"' .i'" 1 traa ,. rounder -f H"Miami Olvlc Mn-i,Organization, and :i member of the I'nb • rait) ol Miami Symphony wli SUM. V 1 .ml I'ii' I' Eaatern Sun and Miami Beach Hope Chapter for I'ndei prB ll< %  U Children. She Mao belonijed %  HadRHHah, Ti mple Reth Khotom, IVnal B'rlth and the Jew Ian Home • ,.. il. dauKht, %  Rosemary Kaplan of Ml iml Bi a. h 11 graudchllriren and Bevel grnndchlldr< n Rervlcea i ri h. d MI Rivet-aide Memorial 'hapi I, \] i.... Rd., wjth burial in Phlladt I phla, i'.. GOTTLIEB M \\ EDWARD. "B f ; %  %  si Raj Harbor ialanda, dl. il PI JI He ..in. hi i. from Clevi Ian I, i, in IMS and a a retired rnanufneturer of funeral iiuppUerf Hi u.i,. niemboi of Ti mple larai I. :, :-.-_*11.l Hegr< • Maaon an I Mahl Surviving ari Iris II,., two daughti-i -. Mm i"o in... II In..in. Surfalde, Mr* .; i. .' v eland ; th • Mn Johanna la Mill. II. I >.. I.. II .HI'I Mi H rhanen. .,II ..f Clevt land; and ..:,,.. well held \.„ .'.-, in Mthgow Mill SI L\ Rabbi Ji seph Narol ol 1IIU. • DAVIDSON. :-i lore M W ol 11| died Ap !* Si n '•'' N '•' v... k city. Rl> i raid* HARRIS. I— >h ll 58. ol 105 Fair WB j l >i ill. .i Api W. Riverside PELLET2, Albert S. tl, ol % %  "> Uaj It.I., ilii-.l \ |" IS. >' r\ i. i in ^ 'i, pHti Mi-Rlvi ralde ARNOFF, sam., '.i. of 685 \" Raj l lr., i loMen Beach. s.-i e> In Clevi I, i I Si man FRIEND. MiAnn. i. 80, of 1326 l'enna>lvani.i Ave. ttervlei ivere In III ,H>kl> n Ri> el fle LEIF. All., n T I. --I 9,00 W II I) II. 'i -. i w • %  III Providence, R.I. I'.l.i.-i.. rg. BRODSKY. II -li.oi. I". "1 5286 Pine l>. Sen Icea In Brookl) n. Rlvei Id. GiNGOLD. Sol. Ti. nf I CuUtna AVI riordon. HARR. MiBftrtle, SI7 Palermo St. s. -. in N S'. -i k l: > %  %  Il KAPLAN. -Mi Vnn, "••'. of :;i"l Col\.,Service* Buffalo, S.Y. Rlvi -i % %  TEICH, Morris, 7". ..i i'.'-l P. \. \ lorh -i,i, WOLFSON. I '' %  '. of i. HI i Har\ \. Si \ In I''.' i way, hi. V Rlvi Variety Hospital Sends Delegates Variety Children's Hospital Wi be represented at the Southeaem Hospital Conference this wei in Jacksonville, it was announci by hospital president Roaco Brunstetter. Attending the meeting will I Tom Peters, assistant administrator. Mrs. Edward Melniker. pre ident of the Florida Hospit. I Auxiliaries; Edward Melniker. • past chief barker of Variety Clu of Greater Miami; and Trai Hare, 1964 chief barker. LEGAL NOTICE ,N THE rOUNTvTuDGEJS COURIN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR'O* IN PROBATE No. 61675-A Hon W. F. Blanton is in: i:-i.ii. of I. BAH I'M ASHMAN"'NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All iv.-./n-H Ing iiiiimor Remand* Agalnai .. ^Youare hereby notified and r. quired ... preaenl an> clainu. and d. 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I -ir • ii ir-ni • ii Levenson t3 Chair Annual [ IJeWlgll FlCMPldian Federation Meet May 24 Ii.im ii, Florida, Friday. May 1. 1964 Section C ne of the newest participant in the Comami Jewish Federation Director Arthur S. Rosined Jewish Appeal drive is the Cuban-Hechan,Leonard Luria, leader in CJA's Jewelry new Social Circle of Miami under the presiDivision; Dr. Bernardo Benes; Campaign Chairency of Dr. Felix Reyler. Left to right planman Dr. Irving Lehrman, and Dr. Reyler. ing support of the 1964 CJA are Greater Mi1A Campaign Nudges $1,223,186 i\ ;i meeting in tribute to workof the 1964 Combined Jewish leal campaign held at the Ininal House on Wednesday, Dr. ting Lehrman. chairman of the pipaign, announced that Si .223. had been pledged toward the tl of S1.38C.JO0. The results, to date are most |piiN-ive compared to last year's mpaign," Dr. Lehrman Bald. ifi well within our power to ich our goal, and for that rea fci i urge every worker in the |mpaign to pursue his prospects thai we can be assured tnat have called upon every indivi\:.\ v. ho can make the difference uccoslul uppoit of the kmbined Jewish Appeal's 57 lencies." "We are doing very well, and ve are within sight of our goal. Jow it is the role of the workboth those who have been Cited for their outstanding work date and those in the community who have not completed heir assignments as yet, to as< lure us that we will raise $103,C00 more than last year," Dr. Lehrman declared. [The importance of the addition-. 1100,000 to the community was pressed by the chairman, who 9641E3G0AL $1,386,500 pointed out the many programs announced that a number of Trade that would be made possible to' and Professional Divisions had agencies of Pic Greater Miami gone over the top in their drive. Jewish Federation locally and of land that many groups in the Resithc United Jewish Appeal and dents. Women's Division and in Combined Jewish Appeal overGeneral Solicitation "'stand on seas. the threshold of exceeding their At the report meeting, it was goals*" Sam C. Levenson. member of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Executive Committee and Campaign Cabinet of Combined Jewish Appeal, will serve as chairman of the 36th annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at the Fontainebleau Ho! tel on Sunday evening. May 21. it was announced by Sidney Letcourt, president of Federation. Levenson, an outstanding leader of Federation, and worker on behalf of the Advance Gifts and Initial Gitts Committee of CJA, is a past president of Temple Israel of Miami, and ;.t present an honorary trustee. Levtmer. has he'd positions of leadership in every important communal f destiny. The first Jewish attorney to be elected president ol the Dade County Bar Association, Judge Silver is also the lirst University ol Miami Law School alumnus to be chosen to the high legal post. The barriers ol social snobbishness and professional bias come down like anything else. The Dade Association is the only county group in Florida which also admits Negro attorneys. Duty to People It all fits into the philosophy of this native Southerner. Speaking of his hope to create a "continuing legal education program" during his term, which begins July 1. Judge Silver describes the need for refresher courses lor practicing attorneys in many areas. 'The most basic, however, is not taxation or bankruptcy, but in criminal law. The Supreme Court's recent decisions, parti cularly in the Gideon case, emphasize the protection of human rather than property rights. Many of us need reminding of our duty to people constantly and this, it seems to me. is an important role for the Bar Association to fill." His activity as a vice chairman of the Florida Anti-Defamation League is good background in this area, he feels, and he has no hesitation in pointing out that "ADL training and teaching have helped tremendously in molding the opinions of the Bar. in general, in a lot of areas'" This extends beyond the legal profession as well, he believes. At a recent Inter-Professional Council meeting his lone voiced objection to dining at a restricted country club met with unanimous support "We've come a long way. and we've done it by being outspoken, by standing on principle and by bringing understanding to those who were ignorant before. Patience helps," according to Judge Silver. The fact that he was born in a place called West Brocton. Ala., married a girl from Rome. Ga., moved to Miami as a boy 40 years ago and attended Central Grammer School. Miami High, the University of Florida. Miami Law School and grew up with people like George Smathers, Bill Lantaff, C. T. McCrimmins. Dante Fascell and others in the "power structure" of the community is viewed as contributing to his status and stature in this sometimes closed community. The added dimension in the story is the historic line of Judaism which has coursed through his life and which, he says, has shaped his career. Synagogue-Centered" "In West Brocton. there were 12 Jewish families, but we had a shul. and there was never any doubt about our Jewishness. It was easier, of course, when we moved to Miami. Later, in Coral Gables, there was a different atmosphere, but that didn't prevent some of us from organizing the first synagogue there." Charter president of Temple Judea. Judge Silver and Helene both continue their active parti cipation in the synagogue when 1 their two sons. Dennis and Wayne, were Bar Mitzvah and confirmed. For the past several rears, Judge Silver, who got his title as Municipal Judge of West Miami, has been dedicated to the JUDGE SAM SILVtK new Bar chief cause of court reform in Florida and Dade County, and was instrumental in the Metro Char ter change which has provided a modification of the "Missouri' Plan" of judicial selection. •| hope during my term as president of the Association to' continue the emphasis on court J reform. Every step which takes politics out of our court system is progress toward better justice," says Judge Silver. Conscious of the poor public j relations created by the acts of some attorneys, the new Bar Association president is anxious to improve grievance proce dures. it sometimes takes as j long as three years to complete grievance action," he said, pointing out that the local association has no jurisdiction in this area which is controlled by the Florida Bar Association. "I aim to encourage the State Bar to handle these matters more efficiently and speedily, either to clear the name ol the attorney or reassure the public it is taking proper action." Close to his heart, as a former president of the Miami Law school Alumni, is more cooperation with the campus. This Will be clone initially, he believes, by planning at least tour seminars under the Continuing Legal Education program. "We should not neglect our good fortune in having the resources of the university SO close at hand." He Keeps Trying Judge Silver believes every man "should leave something tor posterity. When I think of what I owe today to my Jewish hen tagc. I can only repay by what I do best through the profession I cbOM many years ago. What makes it more challenging Is that from the Law at Sinai we have been trying to live up to those ideals, sometimes with little success. 1 think we should keep trying." JNF Plans European Tour Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami this week announced a special JNF pilgrimage leaving New York on June 24 and returning to Miami on July 28. The trip will include 15 days in Israel and 19 days in Europe, with visits to nine countries. Among them are Paris. France: Brussels. Belgium; Konigswinter and Regensburg, West Germany: \ ienna, .Austria; and Budapest. Hungary. Other cities on the itinerary are Grai, Venice. Innsbruck. Bale Troyes, and Versailles, Zev W. Kogan. chairman of the JNF Executive Board here, said that the cost. New York to New York, will he $1,195, with tour via deluxe coach and all first class hotcK



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lav, May 1. 1964 > knlsHFJfrrlcfirin Page 3-C -' %  HChicago Rotary Club Criticized For Playing Host to Top Nazi v |tgggggH lunteer models at the Young Women's Diman, and Mrs. Harry Levy. Mrs. Gerda lion Saks Fifth Avenue Fashion Show, enWeissman Klein, author of txd bui ivly uie, 4d Mew Look of '64," are (left to right) Mrs. discussed her days as a refugee from Nazi rhael Block with Lisa Luby, daughter of oppression. Some S5.CO0 in new contribu, aid Mrs. Sam Luby Jr., Mrs. James Grotions were recorded at the Combined Jewish y y.rs. David Kenir., Mr.=. Benedict SilverAppeal event. tudents Call Hate Leaflets 'Joke' )\TKEAL — (JTA) — Nazi pi.w hich appeared on the |>u..f McGill University and i la .ollege were called a 1 :;. a group of students this 'ine students made themknown to university authorapologizing for their action Hively eludes Series YMHA Here R< bert W. Hively, associate sor of English at the Uniy Of Miami, was concludeaKef in a series of four lecls( lasifM which have been tteu on Tuesday nights by | MKA of Greater Miami on Deral theme. "The Search fgRjf V.. %  of Life." Ct was "How Can Each idual Fin! His Own Values ur).' sea?" ion took place Tuesday.. Bp.ii-. in the Comiuunity Meet1 oon, of the Da


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Friday. May 1, 1964 Tel Mr Gh By NAOMI DOUDAYI The Glass Pavilion which houses hlio Glass Collection of "Musuem I Ha'aretX*' is to be found at RaI mat Aviv, a modern Tel Aviv I housing neighborhood adjoining site of Tel Qasileh, an ancient I port town uncovered by Israeli nrcheologists. it is Itself a [green glass house, topping a green grass hill. As its very {shape and siting suggest, there a worm 01 exquisite rarity In-ithin. Four-thousand years of %  glass are exhibited in thi paviEion, Beginning with the Phoenician heads, the first glass ever m inufactured, and ending with I the bright bubbled bottles blown I Hebron today, the collection [•presents the contributions of ?'•. %  • Eastern .Mediterranean re|gi.ii to the art of glass making. Finest in World The collection is the life-work jef the late Dr. Walter Moses. • founder of Museum llaarctz [who. in addition to being an art • connoisseur and collector, was lone of the founders of the faImous Blau-Weiss movement in [Germany. The last 12 years of Dr. Moses' llife were dedicated to the acquisition of a range of artistic nd archaclogicai collections, of Which the glass collection held biphest place in his esteem. It the largest of its kind in the liddle East and indeed one of he finest in the world. The Jlass Pavilion, as envisaged in )r. Moses' lifetime, is the first fourteen pavilions to house • remainder of his collection, vhich together are to form a iniseum of the ancient civilizations of the Eastern Mediterranean region. Uniqueness of Presentation Apart from the beauty and iniauty of the collection, the fiethod of presentation makes lis pavilion unique among modtan museums. It starts with the Phoenician period. An exquisite endant of a sculptured ramscad and some early glased eads that excite interest be ause. it appears, by an accident of overflring at some lime I in history the new miracle subance, glass, tame into being, Then there are perfume flasks and unguentarla—the finest ointI nient vessels. From these we pass on to mould-pressed and nosaic Millefiora glass of Hellenistic times. There is the "onderful Alexandrian glass+Je*ist\n&rkHan Page 5-C History m Phoenician ointment vessels on display at the Ha'aretz Museum, Tel Aviv, were made by winding the glass around a sand core and date back to the sixth or fourth centuries, B.C.E. They are colored blue, green, yellow, white and brown. remains to the traditional glories of the great art of the Orient are the blue, green, purple and yellow, heavily bubbled, charming but crude creations of the present glass centre at Hebron, examples of which are also on view. Jewish Place in Art As for a specifically Jewish place in the history of glass and its manufacture in ancient times, references do exist that would suggest some Jewish connection with the art. In the Book of Deut. XXXIII: 18, 19. we read: "And of Zebulun he said: Rejoice. Zebulun. in thy going out —for they shall suck the abundance of the seas, and the hidden treasure of the sand." This is thought to be a reference to the glass-sand found on the Mediterranean shores. The Talmud also has various references to Tiberian glass which was made at a local glass factory a ,,k.t'k'bi4led for its fine tcxtu The 12th century Jewish travel' Benjamin of Tudele, told of so: ten Jewish glass-workers liw at Antioch and of approxima ly 500 Jews residing at Ty. "among them makers of the mous glassware called Tyre gl; which is highly prized in lands." There are also otl: 12th-century descriptions of lead glass (a completely col. less glass) which was known "Jewish glass." The exhib at the pavilion include 4th a .ith-century ritual vessels she ing the menorah and the shot. There is a "besamim" botwith a magnificent green-g< iridescence. The museum attractlai numbers of visitors of ;ill wa. of life, and for these the Git Pavilion makes it its goal translate the chill language the cobw ebbed caverns of p history into the stimulati terms and symbols that ha meaning and life for people today. ill it j %  '. ;e • work which was exported to distant parts of the Roman Empire. We progress from mouldpressing to mould-blowing; and from mould-blowing to free-blow, ing, the zenith of glass production reached in the time of Emperor Augustus. It is to this period that the "Blue Vase," the most stirring exhibit in the collection, belongs, blue glass blown into a tripartite mould, elegant of shape and perfectly proportioned, abbut ten inches high, with one delicately curving pitcher-type handle, a long narrow neck, pear-shaped body and comport root, the whole covered with a variety of raised decorative patterns. It bears the signature in Greek of the master dassmaker. the Si.ionian Ennion. "Fnnion made it." 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Friday, May 1, 1964 +Jew 1st norldHaiti Page 7-C ...< %  kjjSJPB raw? J T^s^ /'fl [ M pi &7^ %  •> 1 1 Revisionists Attend Hecht's Funeral \i:\V YORK — (JTA)Men; j hem Bcicin, leader of the [feral .'arty, and Shmuel Tamir, a lead njjj Israeli attorney, returned t i srael tliis week after a special light to the United States to atend the funeral of the playwright 3e" Hecht. The funeral services were held • Temi le Podeph Shalom here, 'i'h Rabbi Louis L. Newman offlCiating. Also present at the sertcea were Peter Bergson, former chairman of the now defunct Hebrew Committee for National l. i II ration, The late Mr. Hecht. a supporter Ol the pre state underground li I Zvai Leumi. was buried in Oak Hills, cemetery in Nyack. N.Y near the grave of his old coII~jorat r, Charles Mac-Arthur. i'nai B'rith President Label A. Katz (left) and Executive Vice President Maurice Bisgyer are jown with Pope Paul VI, with whom they had private audience in Vatican City recently. a statement to the Pontiff, Katz said the "afrmations of interreligious friendship" inherit in the Ecumenical Council declarations on anti-Semitism and Catholic-Jewish relations "have found wide acceptance." Pope Paul said he was pleased with the growing "constructive cooperation" between Catholics and Jews and hoped it would continue to advance "both in spiritual and temporal matters." BISCAYNE TERRACE 340 BISCAYNE BOUUVARD VIAWI • FLOR'DA UNDtH NEW MANAGEKSNT The Newest Downtown Hotel on Bisca/ne Boluevard FACING BISCAYNE BAY Strictly Kosher Facilities Uniir Supervision of Rabbi Tib ,r H. itsrn RECEPTIONS BAR MITZVAH5 BANQUETS WEDDINGS Where the Stars and Heaven Join Your Festivities at the Beautiful Newly-Decorated STARLIGHT BALLROOM Parties Up to 300 Free Parking Exquisite Cuisine Expertly Prepared — fine Wines if CATERING AT YOUR HOME FR 9-3792 CALL SHIRLEY. Catering Manager irfe ?ft to right are Rabbi Moshe Simon, Rabbi Morris Horovitz, lr. and Mrs. Morris Frankel, Mr. and Mrs. Max Pies, and ibbl Abraham Groner. Rabbi Simon and Rabbi Groner re "Roshei Hayeshivah," and Rabbi Horovitz is principal I the Mesivta. Mr. and Mrs. Pies are recent donors of a Torah to the Mesivta. fropical Chapter Donor Luncheon ETropi al Chapter of the Amen Mrs. Bertram J. Thorpe, presiin Medical Center at Denver will i dent, said that entertainment has Inor members who have reached been planned for the occasion, lieir .;onor at a champagne Donor chairman is Mrs. Harry lunch on Saturday at the Dean Wolper. Mrs. Irving Rosenbaum ,l is co-chairman. Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion i Variety Hospital Sends Delegates Variety Children's Hospital will be represented at the Southeast era Hospital Conference this week in Jacksonville, it was announced by hospital president Roscoe Brunstetter. Attending the meeting will be Tom Peters, assistant administrator. Mrs. Edward Melniker, president of the Florida Hospital Auxiliaries: Edward Melniker, a past chief barker of Variety Club of Greater Miami; and TracyHare, 1964 chief barker. You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I for Information! HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director, JE 1-6061 SSttt St. CoHins t. For Very Special Occasions ^iptomat 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 reservations, call 945-9571 m Miami, or WA J-R111 in Hollywood HOLLYWOOD-BY-THE-SE A



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Fridcy, May I. 1964 vJenist fkrktian Page 9-C Ve/i 3 IOUS Services Jlils H/eekend LaboviU Ar.i r. "H ISRAEL. 7S01 Carlyle ave. OrthoooK. Babtoi laaac Ever. ^HAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION. '85 SA o'th Ave. Orthodox. C.intui •irael Kershner. • A.NSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative. Raooi Abraham Schwartz. BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd ave. Con. %  ervaiive. fliu )• Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lpson. i iiluj %  '• i>."<'' %  • %  Mltavah; Cheryl, ,l;iiiith %  'i in", an I Mi -. i**i.It in. mrd: s a.tn. tier Mliavah: Bruce, and Mm. tttunlej Jaiuiaun BETH EL. 500 Svv I7tn av*. Orthodox Ratt Solomon Schiff. i 111 i > IU |i.m b*H i.iI:i > s::'. a.m. mi • rii.' ..Ktuliilns Mfwuiie ..i I, ,Li %  I-'" BETH ISRAEU. 7'.1 40th St. Orthodox. Race H. LO..S Rotiman. BETH JAC08. 301-311 Washington ave. O'thodux. R.iobi Tioor Stern. Canter Maurice Mamehaa. • BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Ship.'O. Cantor rred Bernstein. i". m Sermon: "H|ienk i. %  L The I'i'ilion of the in. "Tell it to *oiii iniiCANDLtUGHTING TIMt 19 Iyar — 6:32 p.m. BETH \10!>Hc CONGREGATION. U6ii vV. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. R.iCc Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fein |l i i • j i'"i Sermon: "Thoa* Who l> ,n> Will Keap in Joy." Ha* I Sbarr> Hope, daughter <•! I .vli Jv..I.Utrron tfaiunlaj I' • IBETH RAPHAEL 139 NW 3rd ave Orthodox. Ralph Kneger, secra tary • |BETH TFILAM. 35 Euclid ave. Or thooi>. RaOD Joseph E. Rackovsky |BETH TORAH 164th st. and NE 11th ave Zcnservat.ve. Rabbi Max Ljpscn •; Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum r IM.I. !.*i JHII. Sermon: "Will the |. i Jeu \ Hiilnh?" ReliKioiir h u lt) !• iii i" honoi ed. Sai .. v %  a.m. i-.i' Mti/.\ah: Lent* •. i .. i and ini'. I., "ii Sh.ill%  • IB'NA: RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St Conservative. H.IDUI Haiold Ricnter. Can:; Jack Lerner. I' Ida) Id i> II %  % %  : i %  "I'll, still ... in Toila) 'a lermari) %  tinea -ii.il h -I.I !•> Uati rh I. ..a. II an .1 in. .-.i in"" rii' I'm ii u.. IFLAGLER • GRANADA. 50 NW 51s\ pi. Conservat ve Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor George Gold be r M }I-*IM1.I. :'.". I.-I Sal ii'l.t> :• a.m. Ihn I.M./.'. • I'uut, • %  "i -Mi and Mi lii.ivld J 11 %  • — • |FT. LUDEKULt EMANU-EL. 1101 E Andrews ave Reform, Rabbi Ricrwi'a M. Leviton. ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 sw 25th St. Conservative Rabbi Shmaryahu T Svrrrsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. 11i.in ." ,. .itunlay 8:r j.^. Tin"rh.1 II1.' "MM "i •'• 11-.I. TI In IV< i" |V lllaatlon. I Mnivhi '" p n H II Mluvah: Lai r>. (.• an I Mi %  Irving Kru* Ua • [KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. RabO David Lenrdeld. Canter Abra" IT Seil. • [MAV3EACETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington a.e Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham ttratsfeld|MIN>ONAIRE* ONGREG ATION. 11 Traditional. OH! J SHALC Normandy dr. Oi: >odox. R •:: Phineaa Weber-ER. 6433 SVV 8th Si Rabbi /evi Greenv. Collins Ave Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmtas l-Yi.iuy •: p.m, Hatarday 8:30 a.m. Herinon: "< lur Sai>vatli and !'• niivaL" — a — TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. 102* NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi J i E. Capian. Cantui Maurice Neu. hYlda) S:l"i p.m S.MII.II: "Int^rnvirrlnge -A Threat to Survival," follow* ad by qufxiiuii .,r ,. Sirturda) 8:Ki a.m. Sermon: "i'h \ eeklj loi Hull — e i TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. [Pililny 7 ::• %  p.m I-'.-IP il> aervlce, 8erI molt: "The Ii-•--=-1. iami (he Bat." Fourth grade KellgloUK atudenu will j Itartlulpat*. in llu niuhleal program with Cantor Kodner. Saturday 11:1.1 a.m. liar Mltavah: Andrew, win "f Mr .HI M -. I'heodore alarka: Philip, %  son .>r Mi and Mr*, s'tanles Klaklnd. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. l'riiia> 5:15 p.m. Bern : "i:.-i. rin Practice and thn Jewish Law. Baturdn) ii ii.m. Itar Mluvah rjirry, son "f Mr. :iiiil Mra. Joaeph Zeldman. • TEMPLE BETH SH'RAH 750" SW 120 thSt. Reconstructionist. Rabb Moms Skop. Cantor Herman Gott lieb. hliday ^:l"i p.m. Sermon: "The Vnn-Inn\ i i .in Je ." Sntilid > |n:fl i m. Sermon "' 'hil.it. n nd Mltsvoa." Bar Mlttvah: l ied, ~"ii "i Air. ami 31 re. Mori iM Herman TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st.. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavskv. Cantor Ernest Steiner. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromah Cantor David Conviser. Krkiny vr, p.m. Sermon: "is the American Jew Vanishing?'' Bnturda) If:** a.m. Bar Mluvah: Robert, son "f Mr .nut Mra. Harold Benjamin: Jeffrey I'mndJ. son f Mra. flalre Lnnsman anil the laic Dr. Wilfred l.aii-maii. TEMPLE BNAI ABRAHAM. 38 NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi N.i'.h.. H Zwitman. Cantor Alexander Cohen. — • TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NV> 22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S M. M.irM-i l-ilil-iv s::to [i.Hi. Law ia> observance !in. si speaker: Atlornej Spyi l."ii'l"Ti. Temn'e vice president. Rabbi and Mrs. 8. M Mnchtel will be honored at the One Shabbat. Satunlny I 9:30 a.m. Sermon: "Eitiulty In the Jewish <'..<1-." TEMPLE EMrNU-EL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvint Lehrmarv Cantor Hirsh Adler. | Prlda) s:::n p.m. Sermon: "Orow Old— I Gracefully." Saturda) 9 a.m. Bar : Mluvah: Harold, son "i Mr. and Mrs. i Mrs. Harold Schechter. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor J-icnn Bornstein. j Friday 8:13 p.m. i.au Day sermon: "Religion and IJIW— Conipailbilltj nnd Conflict." Attorneys who tfre Temple Israel members will serve as hosts, — • TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo av Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards Prlda) 8:13 p.m. Saturday 10:30 a.m. Bin Mitsvnh: Alan, nun ..I" ..n and Mrs Marvin Levin. 0 TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram owitz. Cantor Edward Klein. hVida) 8:13 p.m. Saturdn) 9 A.m. Sermon: "I'll. I'ortlon of the IJIW Rni Mttxviih: I l.l. sun of Mr ami Mrs, Harrj I i i.-ilin.iii. tlonai. Rabbi Eugene Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Saturday l:tt a.m. liar Mrtsvah: Howani. --"ii %  •' Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Shapiro. Mln>ha :ir, p.m. Bar Mluvah: l.aiuvii<-i'. s.ill if Mis. Helen [ ""'~% TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative o.jj aw 16th St. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin Prlda) "!: %  %  p.m. Pre-klndergarten nursery aj|aid,ents w-lll attend. Saturday >:!'. a.m. Bar Mitzvali: Peter, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Seym..inCuld%  teln. • TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI 12100 NE 16th ave. Reform. Rab bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gala. Friday 8:15 p.m. Bermoni "Our Clreateal Peril." TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 5 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabb Hyman Gross. — • — TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Zamora Ave Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. Ptida) B:16 p.m. Sermoni "Tin Wurid Pair .f iliJ. w." Saturday 8:46 a.m. Sennon: "Take Te Memethlng Uoot an.I Y. TakeLife." TEMPLE ZIOii. /io~SvV 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi, AlfredWaxman. Cantor Leo Urlieh. Prldny 8:30 p.m. Oneg Bhabbal hosted by Miss Kami.Lovltt in honor ••! her iii-ph. u M.ii i.i-viii, Saturdaj > n in itar MiUvnh: Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levin. 6500 N. Miami Rabbi Henry TIFERETH ISRAEL, ave. Conservative. Wernick. Prldai <: %  %  p.m. Sermon: "Sormon in Trees." Ones Bhabbal hosts: Sisterhood. Saturdny %  .• a.m. Bermoni "Tha Portion -if the Week." YOUNG ISRAEL. so NE 171 st. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm Stauber, Prlday 6:15 p.m. Saturday I a.m Sermon: "Portion ••! the Week." TEMPLE NER TAMiD. 80th st. anc Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi Both Physical and Spiritual Strength are Needed Today ;, 111 S. Ill""' Saturdn) II SEPMAPDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION Seeking Rabbi -EACHING REQUIRED. Write Alex R„ P.O. Box 37-387 Mi#m! Florida Available for High Holidays. All-oroond Cantor, Baal Musef, Baal Koreh & Shofar. R£V. HY ISRAEL 3361 SW 26th St. Ph. 445-2760 By RABBI HAROLD RICHTER Temple B'nai Raphael Lag B'Omer. the 33rd day of the Omer. which falls this year Apr. 30. evokes memories of the famous Jewish Gen. Bar Kochba, who led a valiant but unsuccessful revolt against the Romans in 132 C.E. This minor holiday marks the day on which this stalwart Jti>h soldier won his greatest battle. The victory. however, was short-lived: in 135 Betar fell, together with Bar Kochba This marks the last attempt of the Jews to light for freedom In the Holy Land until the modern Zionist era. Lag B'Omer also recalls another great personality ot that era known for his spiritual fortitude rather than military prowess. Simeon bar Yohai. Lag B'Omer is the Yahrzeit of this man. who felt he could best combat the Romans by affording them passive resistance. As a protest to Roman tyranny, bar Yohai retreated to a cave and remained there 13 years. According to tradition, Simeon bar Yohai is the author of the Zohar. the greatest mystical (Kabbalistic) work Jews have produced. Lag B'Omer is essentially a joyous holiday in which tens of thousands of Jews journey to the mystic's tomb to spend a day and, night singing and dancing. To bar Yohai. physical death was evidently not the greatest tragedy, as he told his disciples to celebrate his Yahrzeit. But the personality of this era. who could see the merits of both the military and spiritual prowess, was Akiba. How impractical he seemed when he sat down to learn Aleph-Beth at the ripe Technion Women at Luncheon Mrs. Herman J. Leffert, national president of the Women's Division, American Technion Society, gives a luncheon at the Doral Beach Hotel lor board members of the Women's Division. Greater Miami Chapter, and &f he South Dade Chapter, American Technion Society. Left lo right are Mrs. Irving Lehramn, first president. Greater Miami Chapter, Mrs. Milton Sirkin. president-elect, Mrs. Philip F. Thau, president. Mrs. Herman J. Leffert and Mrs. Morton R. Fellman, president ot the Sou'h Dade Chapter. -. MONEY RABBI HAROID RICHTER military ntyifie age of 40! Yet he is the same Jewish leader who supported the cause of Gen. Bar Kochba. It is the spirit of Rabbi Akiba which blends the might of the spirit with that of the physical, which is wanting today. For the most part, there is still in Judaism, particularly in Israel, two distinct groups — followers of Bar Kochba, the militarist, or followers of Simeon bar Yohai. the mystic. What we need are more Akibas who can recognize the need for physical strength and even the military, but who at the same time can become "impractical" when they hear God's calling and feel now is the time "to Uvc God with all your heart, with all your soul and with all your might." i > r % > •v. COWSERVATIVE CONGREGATION SEEKING RABBI Teaching required. Write C C P.O. 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iday. May 1, 1964 ^Jenistncridrfoir Page 11Mass. Rabbis Planning Fcod Technology Unit t F. Kenedy Concert Committee meets to earn that the Jewish National Fund-sponsored unction was "a great JNF success" and that t substantially furthered Fund activities hroughout the Greater Miami area. Left to ht (first iow) are Harry Feldman, Mrs. Wolfe %  riklair. Leon J. Ell, president of the JNF Counil, Bernard Silver, Mrs. Miriam Press, Mayhie Friedberg, Julius Rosenstein. Left to right r 'second row) are Joshua Z. Stadlan. I. J. Rifkin. Mrs. Eva Blum, Morris Minov, Abraham Fraid'in, Abrahar" Grossman, Ezra Finegold, Johan L. Bermun, Morris Yudevitz. Standing (left to right) are Zev W. Kogan, William Bornstein, Benjamin Appel, Mrs. Abraham Mason, Sam Schachno, Many Rosen, Sam Kagan. Ben Silver and Bernard Katz. %  At the annual donor luncheon of the Grealer Miami Council fcjol Pioneer Women in the Fontainebleau Hotel are (left to Bight) Mrs. Moses Meyer, vice president and keynoter; Mrs. Kahel Hoter-Ishay, emissary from Israel and guest speaker; mlis. Milton Green, president and member of the national fcoard, who served as chairman of the event; and Mrs. Oscar Eeltzer, donor chairman for Council. „ Ner Tamid Women's Election \i a recent meeting oi the Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid, Mrs. Eugene Schwarz was elect id president, succeeding Mrs. itenrietta Fine. Other officers are vice president. :ommunal, Mrs. Ben L. Rabric; vice president, fund-raising, Mrs. Carlton Blake; vice president, pro%  ram. Mrs. Louis Cohen, vice president, donor, Mrs. Murray A. Shaw; vice president, memberhip. Mrs. Ben Duekman; execuive vice president. Mrs. Jack Sreenberg. Corresponding secretary, Mrs. larry Kastan; secording secreary Mrs. Alexander Rest; finanial secretary. Mrs Irwin YVcin;roff; seconial secretary. Mrs. Pan Piver; treasurer. Mrs. Adolph Greenbaum; parliament. Mrs. Michael Glazier. GET AWAY FROM IT ALL w*y be *v.llo*ed by "he cloei' t'vng d#i'y in i**c"f ihocV 1ot% *M vOu' C'# "• "hf ies *•*• %  yowif" *f"-d 'he "ee B'n g#*c i^'ng all dy long Revel *• n.ght >'h w' > The ve'y be$t. In Aftllvt (h"n Ic )Ow >0 8 "' m-'ei *'0" Oof co**' An Island f"ed S#ham*Und Aiwre v>*e'i. cle* shy *"d i*nd t -t l.ke 4 King and be *'0. Toil 4 your ci'tl >"'0 the tea ANCHORS AWEIGH UATEI BIMINI BIG GAML" IIVIII FISHING CLUB BIMINI IN THE BAHAMAS 'or information see your travel agent UNIVERSAL ASSOCIATES, INC. 1137 5th St., Miami Beach JE 4-2938-TWX 305-496-8340 Only One Synagogue LONDON——Odessa, one ol the largest cities iii the Soviet Union, has a Jewish population of 120.000 but only one synagogue, according to reports reaching here. ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR CONJV Let irs repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ^^ AC.MK &f ^ HO(Hi\(. # 685-1952 %  FOSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY; INC Electrical Contractors RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL ALTERATIONS M*INTENMHl' PAUl FOSTER, president AIR CONDITIONING and ADEQUATE WimtiQ |M64 W. FIAGIER ST. HI t-267Trl Nights. Sundays a Holiday* Dial HI 3-0922 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Hffhlaifd FRanklin Executive OfficO FR 3-5581 i iSTON-(JTA)—Plans to form an institute on food technology and kashruth in cooperation with local colleges and universities were announced by the Vaad Har abonim of Massachusetts following a seminar on the subject held at Harvard University. The seminar, sponsored by the Vaad, Was told that the impact oi modern food technology on the Jewish Dietary Laws has profoundly changed th.' procedure for kosher certification. The moderator was Prof. Samuel A. Goldblith, Professor of Food Science and executive officer of the Department of Nutrition of the Massachusetts institute of Technologj He serves as chairman ol the Va >d's Advisory Boar of Fond TehnolOgistS. Prof. Goldblith told the seminar that the rabbinate now "must not onlv deal with commodities as did the rabbis of o'd, but with mixtures of commodities. Dart I of corr.modi'ies, with chemical substances, with compounds such as the emulsifiers, ar.ti-oxidants, anti-tacking agerts, and coating adjuvants, with polymers and copolymers, with ac'hesives, sizing agents, vitamins, amino acids, fumigants, lubricants, release agent insecticides, fungicides, bactar oastic agents and on the li goes." '"Thus the modem rabbi not only b< v ill \ i rsed in rabbii theology biit must also have understanding oi the chemistrj the additives and processes us in food production today, he sai "This is the function of the scli List and technologist—to assist I clergy in an understanding <>f thes compounds, their origin, th' function and an understanding the processes." Such changes, he added, und score "the importance oi studi in modern foods, their componen and their processes in terms of code of dietary laws written soi 3.500 years ago. It Judaism is survive, it must adapt has i one in the past, to advam thi r i reas of knov I mces in science, technol engine) ring." Raising the question of whi %  .-. system bas< d on stat tied si me 3.500 j ears a jo cot su i ive in the twentieth centu he -aid "the answer is unquesti ably yet." ".i it %  WE INSTAL GLASS fOR EVERY Pf/ITPfMrE STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW CUSS furniture fops, Beveled Mirrors and Resihering Our Specialty L. & G. 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Friday. May 1. 1964 % knisti Fk>r/dFraun Page 15-C LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDFR, FICTITIOUS NAME LAW iiTICR Is HEREBY GIVEN thai ,.,,;. Iitn il, %  %  sii 'Ing to in. B %  nit -s under the fictitious nanu I .v M l.l'.H IIKS ill IJ70 N .W. I VI mini, Florida Intends in reg,,,! .iiniif llli Hi.< "l.-l-K ol Court of Dade County, Flur|l I! LIQI'i 'l! i "' 'RI1 "' %  ITU IN .1 Fin. Corp. •US, i I KIM AN S KAPLAN \ppli. .nil u %  -1 .— %  • I 17-21, 5 I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION i\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE |EL.SVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNT/ IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4113 i i IS RERAN, ri.iin.il (. M Mil A BERAN, I lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE \i \i:i A BERAN ti Thomas i.int ifiif :ti;iti Northweal 16 Street \|..irtinent No. 869 waanlngton, D.C i.u. MARIA RERAN*, are hereb) |n..:ii'i.-ii that it Mill of Complaint for %  i .haa been filed against you, mil you are required to nerve a oop) >our tnswer or Pleading to the nilll "f Complaint on the Plaintiff's lull, rney. BERT K. ul. Si i.N". .".1.1 AinsI i. Building, Miami, Dade County, \y I IH. and file the original Answei Heading in the office of the Clerk lul inCircuit Court nil or before the ['%  day of May, 1964. If you fall to •I.. MI, judgment by default will be %  taken agalnsl >nii for the relief > I • .i..i in ih.. BUI '>f Complaint. Thin notice i-iiall inpublished once .1. h week for four consecutive weeki n I'HE JEWISH FM HUMAN DONE AND ORDERED ni Miami, | i • ,i,i, thla 13th daj of April. A.I i %  ill, i: I: LEATHERMAN, Clerk, i,i Court, l'.-uiiCounty, Florida |, ill By: K. M. LYMAN i % .-1111 > Clerk iEItT B OL** >N \ nele) Building I .Miami. Florida Kit 1-7661 i ri rne) i"i Plaintiff 4 17-24. %  l -8 mm BY HENRY LEONARD "That's Jack, the President of our Congregation. He's always been a Middle-of-the-Roader." LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 62889-C IN RE: K-i:it K.-Tl I.I. K. SPARKS 11. .a *..,) NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said Estate: Ymi are hereby notified and re-j quired to present any claims and di niands which ypu may have agalnsl the esti i KSTiu. !•: SPARKS, deceased lati of I >ade 'ounl) (torIda, to ili<' Count} Judges of I'mil* County, and fib the same in duplicate and inprovided In Section 763.16, | Florida Statutes, in their offices In the Count) Courihouse in Dude County, Florida, within i-i.\ calendar months in,in the time of (litfirst publication hereof, or the same "ill be barred. Dated Hi Miami Florida, this 13th da} of Api il. A.D. i:••; i. LOl'IS IIKI.M \N As Bxecutor "i Estate of Eatlll !•:. Sparks. Deceased Firsi publlcatlcn of this notice on %  the 17th day of April, 194)4. MYERS, IIKI.M AN AT KAPLAN I I I' : Louis 1 lelmnn : Attorney s r,i K\. cutor 1150 S.W. 1st si., Miami, Fla. 1/17-24, 5 l-S ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guaranty accurate service at legal rales Dial Fit 3-4605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE V IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4205 |s I \NI.KY R. UO BIN SKI, Plaintiff, vs. | pi IN'CBTTA R. BOBINSKI, I Nsfendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION i 'ONCETTA R. BUlllNSKI ii Rose I!, uii' our Answei Ion the Plalnlirrs attorney, ROBERT II TRAI'KIG, I:::.". duPonl Building, Mi.inn. rlorlda, and Hie 1 1> i nitial | AnsM.tr in the Office of the Clerk ol the Circuit Court, on or before the 11 nth day ..I May, 1964; otherwise, the allegations iii said Complaint will be taken as collfeesed by you, ami a Der Pro Confesso will be entered sgainst you fur the relief prayed for in said ('timpluinl. DATED thin Uth day of April, 1964 E. B. I.KATIIHHMAN '•!.• isial) By: C. P. COPELAND i/i.-... I I til NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 4456 TIIKLMA NATHAN KALE, Plaintiff. vs. LESLIE GANDELL SALE, l>,-re-ilnt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TIP: LESLIE GANDELL SALE REBII 'ENl i: I'NK.Ni l\VN Y.iii LESLIE GANDELL SALE are hereby notified that an Amended %  "npiHiiii for Divorce has been filed %  ilnst you, i" I you are required to %  ... .i raij ol %  ••'ii' Answi r or Pleading to HitBill of Complaint i'ii the plaintiff'! Attorney, Nelnn Sweet, 14" I.in,..In Road, Miami Beach, Florida u nd file tin original Answei or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of th< Clri nit Com l on or before tli12th il.i> i.f May, 1964, if you fall i" do so, judgment by default will be taken %  inst you foi the r.-li. t demanded in the Amended Complaint. This notice shall be publlghe l once each wri-k ;..r fojl consecutive wcetM in THE JEWISH FLORID! VN. DONE AND ORDERED il MSai.il. %  da, this 2nd da) "f April, s I' 1964. B. I! Ll'ATHERMAN, Cb rk, circuit Court, Hade County, Florida (seal) B.> : I. S.MEBDEN, i >. pun i 'I. rk NIM.AN SWEET 4 it Lincoln ltd. Miami Beach, Fta. A'lorngy for Plaintiff ,. ... 1 10-17-14, i i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62668 C IN RE: Estate "f ALEXANDER LEVA 1), eased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and Ml Person* Having Claims or Demand* Agalnsl Said Kstati : YMII ore hereby notified and quired to pi esi ill an} claims and di mnnds which you ma} have agi i Hi, estate "I ALEX INDEII LEVA deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dadi County, and file Hi. same In dupllcati and as provided in Section 733.16, 1Statutes, in their offices In the County Ceurthouse in Bade County, Florida, within six calendar months from tintime of the firal publication hereof, or the .-.urn"ill be barred I iiii.d .il .Miami. Florid i, • l.i > of April. A.I i964. B MAROARETTE LEVA A> %  :<,..,-inr.\ First publication of 'Ids n< I Hi, tilth da} td April. 1964. RICH \HM & NELSON Attorney for Exccuti Ix 60S Lincoln Road, Miami Bench I 10-17-24, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62337 IN RE: Estate of SIDNEY HA LB ERG I leceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person* Having Claims or Demands Against Said I Kslnl tinlet NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to .-MLM:.. in business under the fictitious name of BIOLOOICAL ASSOCIATES ut pii. Ilux .',::-:',:'.:', Miami. Fin., intend register said name with the Clerk r, i You are hereby notified and re* quired tt present an} eintnifl and demands which v, "i may have against the estate ..t SIDNEY HALHERU deceased iai HI I lad.Cennty, FiorliHt, to the Count} Judges of Dade County, and file iii*same in duplicate und as vliled in Section 733.16, Florliln Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida. within six calendar months from the lime of the first publication hereof, or Hi. -.urnwill be barred. Dated at .Miami. Florida, this ;llsl ,ia\ of March, A D. IW4 III Til LEE HALBERO A* Adminisirairix l-'ii-t publication of this notice on the l"th U.i\ of .'.pi il, 1964. SII >NBY KM:I I.VSI IN Attorney for Administratrix I'll Security Tru-t Bldg. : ^ 4/10-17-21, ". 1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 3953 %  : I • Y It. HASWELE. Plaintiff I III ,.f I'ait, %  •I the Circuit Court sr'\Ni.i:v JOHN BACHARIAB ll,\ MAE BACHARIAB, Equal l"srtners Bv PM1. KWITNEY of SIl.VKUSTF.IN. KWITNE1 ami Oondlsa Attorney for Apnllcanta IL'" Lincoln Road Mull County, and 1-s NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME CHANCERY NO. 64C 3995 Pearson I'.. Whom Ii May Concern: Notice is hereby given that the unili-rslam-d petitioners, HENRY' •". T,,M XSZF.WSKI and HELENE TOM\S/.I:\VSKI whose residence address In id N \V. T'.'in Street — l.ol I' 4*S, Miami, Kloridi, in iln City of Miami, Dade County, Florida, Intend to iippl} ,„ (he Honorable RAY l'i:.\i:s-.N. Judge "' th. Eleventh Judli lal Circuit m and for Dadi County, al i>*=-* ..:,.,. i, the i "ount} i % %  n Houi i a] II l,„ U \ M on the .'Mil •! %  •> ol N i ,..,i ,, %  ; no .,, thereafter as i!i,< ma} lheard, %  r an order hangnu th ir i nnv "'"..'.IPJiiJi c TOMASJSKtVSKI and HBLEM-. I i i.M vsZi'.WSK'l. m HF3NR\ THOMAS .ml IIKI.KNi: THOMAS, ,,v win, h name thi > ill thereafter be l.n.iw n. Dated nt Miami. Florida, tlile* I uii da} of April. A.D. 1964 HENRY C. Ti>M\s/.K\VSKI HELENE TuMAS'/KW SKI Petitioners ROBERT I,. UetOVBH Attoi in %  > for Petftloners :SL'II Indian cr.-.-U I 'i i\t Miami Bi a. Ii. Fla —IN 1-2221 I 17-11. KIINK'STINA HASSELK, Defendant, 8UIT FOR DIVORCE TO": KIINKSTINA HASSELE I7'_'', Junction Bnulevard Corona, 1.. I ." New York Yon. Kriiisiina Hassele, are hereby notified iimt a mil of Complaint %  t or Divorce lias been filed ngalnsl \ ou. and you are required to servi ,i cop} of your Answer or Pleading io in. BUI of Complain) on the Plaintiffs attorney, SAM BLOOM, 20 S.E. First Avenue, Miami, Florida, •i'"' :il, the original Answer or Plendliuj In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Conn on or before the lMh day of May. 1964. If you fall to do so, jniltnit-ni 1i\ default will I"' tak%  ii against you for the relief demanded in iii, Bin of Complaint. This ii.it i> • -hull be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH I'l.i'Rll >l AN. DONE AND ORDERED 01 Miami. Florida, this 9th day of April A.D 1964 i: n LEATHERS! VN. Clerk i '..in :. l lade County. Ploi Ida ill 1'i.ini seal) |l\ : i' P Cl il'KI.ANI > Deput} Clerk s \\1 IIM II >M s i: First Avenue Miami, Florida Attoi n. %  > for Plaintiff -is IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62676 A IN RE: Eatate of MORRIS M BARRON I leceaaed, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami All Persons Having Claims or ln-mands Affatnsl nald Batate: you no hereby notified and required to present any ciaima -mii demands which Nop may have agalnsl the estate of MORRIS M. BARRON, deceased late of DadiCounty, Florida, to tinCounty Judges of Bade County, and ill, tin name In duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, In linn offices in the County Courthouse in Dnde County, Florida, within six calendar months from i he time ol the first pub i. utl m hi i "i. or iln .i in. w iii i., i-.i .1 Dated al Miami, Florida, thl dl April, A.I >. 1964. MARY BARRON As I 'Xr.lllrlX SIMON. HAYS & UtU'NDWERa Attorney! foi Executrix 301 Alnsle} Building Miami, Flonda 33132 I 17-21, 5 I S IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PRCBATE No. 62635-C IN P.K: Estate of HERMAN UNAS I'. a ed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Agtflnsi Said K-i.n. you are hereby notified and required to present an} claims ami demands which you alii) have against the • state of IIKK.M \N UNAS, de. •,-.i-,,i lul.of DMIIICounty, Florida, to th,. 'ounty Judges ot Hade County, and I'll, 'the same In duplii-alu ami aprovided In Section 7:!3.lii. Florid. i statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the Mine will be haired. Dated at Miami, Florida, thla 13th day of April, A.D. UuM. s HILDA UNAS WEINBERQ As Executrix First publication of this notice on the 17th day of April, 19414, ARONOV1TZ, SILVER & SOHER Attorneys |,,r Kxrelllrlx lii'7 Alnsley lUlililillg 'Miami. Florida I 17-24, S 1-v IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUP; IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62798 A IN RE: Estate of ANNA DENMARK Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Ha Ing claims in Demands Against 8a Estate: You anhereby notified and r quired to present any clllma and d. niands which von may have imam the estate of ANNA DENMARI deceased late of DadiCounty, Flo Ida, to the Count} .indues of Dai County, and file ihe same '" duplleui and aprovided in Section 733.1 Florida Statutes, in their offices I the County Courthouse In Dade Coui ty, Florida, within six calendar montl from the time of the first puhllcaAli hereof, or the sain,, will I" bs • d liaied at Miami, Florida, thla 2i da} of April. A.D. 1964. ALBERT DEN-MARK As Executor SIMON, HAYS AQRUNDWERC Alloi n. %  > s for KM CUtrix ::nl Alnsley Building Miami, Floi Ida S31S1 IN THE COUNTY JUDCE'SCOUH" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61268 C |N RE: Estate of SAM I'EL KISSEN I > Sell. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor" and All Persons Ha lug i la n,.o:Demands Against s.i Estate; you are hereby notified and i qubed %  • present nny claims and .' ,'n |which von may have .main the estate of SAMI'Kl. KISSEN dceased late of Bade County, Florid to the County Judges of Dade Coui iv, and file the same In theli offici iii the County Courthouse In Dai County, Florida, within -iv ralendi months from ih/i- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 64C 4326 CARTERET SAY1NCS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, Plaintiff, vs. F1NLEY JONES, Trustee In Bankruptcy, et al, i Defendant NOTICE OF SUIT lo BERTHA CAREY 1634 Garrison Avenue Ivan. el,. New Jersey you are hen b} notified that il %  above captloned action has been In siitiited agalnsl you In the Clrcui I Couri of th. Uth Judicial Circuit i I Florida in and for Dnde County to f i ,.-, i mortgage upon the foiloning tit -eri'ti %  •! real property: Lol -'7 Blwk l ". CORRECTED Pl.A ilF BLOCK 13 CAROL CITY ai %  •ordlng lo th< Plal thereof, record) %  ill Pint Book i.l al Pane (is of th I'ui.iie Record of Hole Count Floi Ida You are n • %  • %  red to file your an • swer t.t plaintiff's connjlalnl with the clerk oi the aforesaid Court, an nerve a cop} thereof upon plaintiff nttorm MARTIN FINE, Mth Floor, rtade Federal Building, Miami SS, Floi ida not i it) r than Ma} 26, 196 or a I Pro i "onfesao will be ei i, i, .1 ngalnsl you, i (ATEI' \prll 17, 1964. K B LEATHERMVN i 'i. ik .if the Circuit Coui t ,., -all It} C P COPELAND : • put) Clerk MARTIN FINE \i i, : I I. for Plaintiff i uii Floor i 'a !<• Federal Bldg. .Miami 12, Florid i 4 24, 5/1-J has heen filed against you. are ri u'lin d lo serv %  a cop) Answer or Pleading to the ..f i 'oinpl urn on the Plain! IfFt rn.y. M AM 'ol.Xl II. FRIEDMAN. da) of Aip-ii. A.I>. ii". i BKORBE (HIDDEN As Executor First publics notice the l"Hi day of April, 1964. JBROMEC OREENE Attorney for Bxeoutor Ml Seourlty Trust Bldg. Miami W. Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITfOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS' HEREBY 4HVBN that ilnundersigned, desiring to engage In business under the ftatlttous name of It A I. MAR APARTMENTS al 680507 Mil.oit Avenue, Miami Beach, Intends p. register -aid name with Ihe Clerk of the O i l ttl lt Court of Bade i 'ountS I lorida. MARTHA I'.AU.AN MILTON A FRIEDMAN Al lorn, ( foi Applicant i Ll l Alnsley Bldg, 4 17-24, 5 1-8 1964 K B. I.KA T IIKKMAN. Cll I Court, l *ade tounl y. Florida (I'll CUll • '"in I Si al l B] C, P. COPELAND, Deput) Clerk MAI.il H.M H. FRIEDMAN L'I.", So. in llv Tl usl HulldlllK i pi East Flagler Street 4/10-17-24, 5/1 Minml, Florida 38132 6/10-17-24, 5/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, dwelling to eugsgge In 1,1,PI.— mi. III the fictitious name of AU'-MINTM I all! KING I I"., i: loth Court, lu.ii.ah. in', mis to register -aid name with the clerk of the Circuit Courl of Hade County, Florida. AUMINt M HooKS. INC. LEONARD I K U.ls'lt Attorne) foi Vp'.illcsnt liiL".' diil'oni Building 4/10-17-24. i/1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62785-A IN RE Estate of MARtl VRET A. ELMENDORF Decensi d, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditors .md All Persona Ha^ • Ing Claims or Demanda Agjalnat Sail Estate: You :>v>' hereby notified and re%  iMiii.l to present any claims and >! %  le.iiuiwhich vou may have Rgatmthe %  -' l) of M Mt'i VRET A. ELMENlHiRF ased late "f Ne\ York Count)', New York State, to th i\>uniy Judges ol Hade County, an file iii. inn oi duplicate and as provided in Section 73346, Florida BtatI I thl Ir Offll eill the I'oMllt Courthouse In Hade County, Floi i within -i 1 calendar months from th 1 1 he first publication hereo i ill be barred. time or the Bat) day of 1 %  Ml imi, Florida, thi71 April, A 1' 1964. MILT) >N A. FRIEDMAN ka Administrator cum Testamento Annexo First publication of this notice 0.1 the mill da) "f April. l6l. .Ml I.TON \ KRiEDMAN Attorne) foi tdmlnlatrator 1111 Alnsle) liuildiiig, Miami. Fig. 4/10-17-:'!, 0,



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Language:
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Miami, Fla
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May 1, 1964

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and WE JEWISH WEEKLY
ie 37 Number 18
Miami. Florida, Friday. May 1. 1964
Three Sections Price 2C-
inn Delays
icision On
- Scientists
lUSALEM UTA' A For-
[Office spokesman has ex-
"disappointment" over
fcision of the West German
fct to postpone action on leg-
to prevent West German
Ists from working on weap-
istems in Egypt.
l Bonn Government was to
l-< week on an amendment
Federal passport law which
give officials authority to
scientists working tor lor-
[governments. The amend-
ing prepared hy the Intenoi
Iry after disclosures last
Jhat West German engineers
helping Egypt to develop
Is and fighter aircraft. Op
)mi deputies in the West Ger-
'arliament charged that the
|sts were violating the Con-
kn,
iile awaiting official assess
of the decision by the
Cabinet to postpone action
amendment, officials of
Poreign Office here declined
lment on the reasons for
tstponement but the factor
Continued on Pago 12-A
[eligious Units
to Assist
Civil Rights
KHINGTON (JTA) Reli
AmeitCU Jewry of all three
linations Orthodox. Con-
live and Reformwill be
upon to participate active-
a massive, national demon-
Jon ol "prayer and politics."
at passage by Congress of
irrently pending civil rights
tation, leaders of the Syna-
Couneil of America an-
ted here.
announcement was made by
Di Uri Miller, president of the
pgogue Council, which era-
ea lay and rabbinical organi-
n- of the Orthodox. Reform
Conservative persuasions;
Rabbi It win M. Blank, chair
<>f the Council's Social Ac-
is Commission.
la two Council leaders, along
about 1.000 other Jewish
Jits from all over the country.
iding laymen and rabbis, were
participate here Tuesday night
national interreligious convo-
n designed to spur passage of
federal civil rights legislation.
I Co-sponsoring the convocation,
pth the Synagogue Council's
Dmmission, are the Commission
Religion and Race of the Na-
nal Council of Churches,
khose affiliates are the Protes-
nt and Orthodox Christian
lurches; and the Social Action
department of the National
Catholic Welfare Conference,
labbi Miller was to be one of
l*e principal speakers at the
Continued on Pago VA
Congressional Unit Opens
Study of Prayer in Schools
IMANUEl CEUtK
thinking twice
Fair Says 'No'
To Removal Of
Jordan Mural
HISTORIC SCENES PAGE 4-C
RIBBON-CUTTING PAGE 6-C
NEW YORK (JTA) Rob-
rt Hoses, president of the New
York World's Fair, has rejected a
lemand by the American-Israel
.'avilion for removal of an anti-
srael mural in the Jewtanmn
'avilion which Moses conceded
\as "political in nature arid sub-
cct to misinterpretation."
The mural shows an Arab ref-
igee youth and his mother mak-
ng an appeal to the world to help
the million of us wasting our
ves in exile misery waiting to
.'o home" and assailing "strang-
rs from abroad" who "began
mying up land in Palestine and
luring up the people.
American-Israel Pavilion of-
ficials protested the mural to
Continued on Page 11-A
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
House Judiciary Committee be-
gan hearings this week on the ex-
plosive issue of prayers in pub-
lic schools with a massive array
of friends and foes of such reli-
gious practices scheduled to testi-
fy in the next three weeks.
In the committee files there are
about 150 resolutions, sponsored
by a fourth of the total member
ship of the House ol Representa-
tives, aimed at nullifying two U.S.
Supreme Court rulings banning
prayers in public schols. Thou-
sands of letters have inundated
I he lawmakers.
The hearings are being con-
ducted by Rep. Emanuel Celler,
New York Democrat. A key
figure in the drive is Rep. Frank
J. Becker, New York Republi-
can, who has introduced a pro-
posed Constitutional amendment
to permit such prayers. As one
of the first Congressional wit-
nesses, he attacked foes of such
prayers as "cynics" and "athe-
ists." He implied Congress
would be snowed under with pro-
tests if it did not act on his
amendment.
The United Parents Association.
of New York, informed Rep. Cel-
ler in a letter of its "vigorous op-
position" to the proposed amend-
ment. The UPA said that school
prayer was "a state-conducted
religious activity" which violated
I lie conscience and religious lree-
dem "of some or all of the chil-
dren, their parents and their
leathers." This is roughly the
long stated position ol the or-
ganised Jewish community in the
United States.
Hep. Celler said he hoped that
Continued on Page 10-A
SENTENCED TO EIGHTEEN MONTHS
Negro Youth Sent Off to Jail
For Attacking Yeshiva Pupils
Nazi Who Fled Believed
Heading for South America
GENEVA (JTA) Swiss po
ice and Interpoi, the intcrnation
il police organization, were team
d this week in a hunt for Hans
Walter Zech-Nenntwich, a convict-
ad Nazi war criminal, who fled
last Wednesday from a maximum
security prison in West Germany
to Switzerland.
Speculation was mounting, how-
ever, that the former SS cavalry
officer and a woman companion,
had already fled from Switzerland
lor a possible hideout in South
America.
The Nazi, who was convicted
last Monday on charges of com-
plicity in the wartime slaughter
of 5,200 Jews in the Pinsk ghet-
to in Nazi-occupied Russia, was
being held in a Brunswick prison,
awaiting the outcome of two ap-
peals of the sentence. One was
by his attorney and the other
by the prosecutor for a stiffer
sentence.
A prison warden, Dietrich Zee
mann. was arrested'in the escape
Continued on Page 13 A
NEW YORK (JTA) The
. only youth arrested in a Negro
teen-agers' attack on pupils of a
i Brooklyn Yeshiva was sentenced
this week to 18 months in the State
Training School. The 15-year-old
defendant, whose name was with-
held, had been in trouble fre-
quently and had been on proba-
tion since July. He was sentenced
in Children's Court by a Negro
judge.
The man who placed him under
i citizen's arrest. Leo Berkman, a
I city building inspector, received
several telephone threats and po
lice put his home under watch.
, Two teachers and some 15 pupil.-
were roughed up in the attack b>
150 Negro youth on the United
Lubavitcher Yeshiva in the slum-
ridden Bedford-Stuyvesant area
The fighting started during a
luncheon recess when the Negroes
invaded the school yard and be-
".an pushing and hitting the
pupils.
Berkman. who was driving by,
stepped his car, jumped out and
ran to the defense of the chil-
dren. After a brief scuffle, he
cbdued one of the invaders and
the rest ran off.
A spokesman for the National
Association for the Advancement
pi Colored People condemned the
assault as "a tragic and shocking
revelation of corroding effect of
racial and religious bias."
The American Jewish Congress
-aid that it would be "tragic" if
the "cordial relations" between
"responsible elements in the Ne-
gro and Jewish communities"
were jeopardized by the incident.
The statement also expressed
"sadness" over the fact that Ne-
gro children, themselves victims
n!' racial prejudice, "should at-
tempt to release their frustration
.:iid bitterness on other innocent
children."
The statement said the Incident
underlined the need for all per-
SOUS "to redouble our efforts to
eliminate discrimination and big-
otry." and that it imposed a
special obligation on Negro lead-
ers" to assure that the ideas ol
non-violent demonstrations in Un-
civil rights struggle were under-
stood by all Negroes, "includi
children."
The Anti-Defamation Leagu;
called the "unprovoked attack"
a "sad occurrence" and express-
ed the hope that it was "an
"isolated incident and does not
reflect any planned pattern."
The ADL warned that "we must
not let this wrong go unheeded."
Police put the school under
around-the-clock protection after
, the incident, in which the Negroi-
i shouted anti Semitic epithets.
, jeering at the pupils with such
statements as "You don't belo
in this country."
Many adults. Negroes and
white, watched the clash. Except
j toy Berkman. none came to the
aid of the pupils. The inspectn-
called the indefference of IV
adults "disgraceful."
British Crack
Down on Rabbi's
Appointment
LONDON (JTA) The Coun-
cil of the United Synagogue, Brit-
ish Jewry's principal synagogual
l ficials ul the New West End Syna-
jogue who had defied the United
Synagogue and Chief Rabbi Is-
rael Brodie in appointment ol a
new rabbi.
The issue was the ^election of
Or. Louis Jacobs as rabbi of the
synagogue, an affiliate of the na-
tional body, despite Chief Rabin
Brodie's withholding approval ol
Dr. Jacobs. Dr. Brodie has Indi-
cated he believed Rabbi Jacob'*
\iews were not in line with Ortln>-
;!nx Judaism.
The Council met to act on a
resolution approved earlier in the
week for dismissal of the honor-
ary officers and hoard of the
-ynagogue Sir Isaac Wolfson,
president of the United Syna-
gogue, submitted the resolution
with a report on its background
Polish Envoy Quits Meeting for Warsaw Ghetto
CHICAGO (JTA) Ambassa-
dor Edward Wrozniak, Polish en-
voy to the United States, walked
out demonstratively from a mem-
orial meeting here honoring the
martyrs of the Warsaw Ghetto up-
rising, it was reported in the cur-
rent issue of The Sentinal. local
English-Jewish weekly. More
than 2.200 persons attended the
meeting, where the Polish Ambas-
sador was one of the speakers.
The Polish diplomat and other
Polish officials marched out of
'he hall in protest against charges
that Poles had stood by while the
Nazi Army was completing pre-
parations to demolish the War
saw Ghetto. The charge was
voiced by Herman Shumlin, pro-
ducer of the controversial play.
"The Deputy." who was also a
speaker.
Mr. Shumlin read to the au-
dience an actual statement by
Cardinal Hlond, which he said
was typical of the attitude tak-
en by many Poles during that
period, in which the prelate
stated that "it is an actual fact
that Jews fight against the Cath-
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each BB Lodge Installation Sunday;
oldstein Will Receive Top Award
|Xo y -olin, executive editor of i
h. j, h FlorWinn, will be i
j, speaker at the annual in.;
(tiillatio dinner oi the Miami
leach L d'-'e of B'nai B'rith Sun-,
|:ii nighl :30 p.m., at the DiLido
otel j
Mind;.-, whose columns have;
on na:.u.nal attention and the
Loms LaMed;
ward of the!
JationaJ Foun
fat ion I |h C i 11 u r
nade an exten-
Jj\e w-.- in thf
ftate i lsrae*
|a > t yew. A
brmer membe
the I -:'. ersit;
Mian : acuity.
will diaewa
MnuLIH
}t- outlook for world Jewry.
Gerald Schwartz, public rela-
tions eojnselor, will take office
president, succeeding Samuel
l/einer certified public account-
Children's Center
spring Dance
rThe C? laren's Center, a school
Ir emotionally-disturbed children.
Ill sponsor a benefit spring din-
jr danfif May L> at the Robert'
>- H'
PresideW Ralph Poston has ap-i
^nted Mrs. Phil Gordon chair-,
an nl thf SOCiaJ aftair which will j
helu poolside at the hotel.
rving on the committee are
s. Buddy Halpert, Mrs. Henry
Itzman and Mis William Kob-
n/.
ant. Irving Schatzman is honor-
ary life president of the lodge,
with Joseph L. Goodman pres-
ident-elect.
Sam A. Goldstein, lonu time
member Oi the Beach Lodge, and
chairman of the Board of Trus-
tees of the Florida Regional Board
oi the Ar,ti-Det Jiiiatinn League of
B'nai B'rith, will receive a spec-
ial award for his years, of AIXL
servici.'- at the dinner.
Paul Scidcrman. also a lodge
member and a national ADL com-
missioner, will make the presen-
tation.
Dr. Herbert Baumgard. of Tem-
ple Beth Am. and a member of
the boards of both ADL and the
American Jewish Committee tor
Florida, will be installing of-
ficer.
Judge Milton Friedman, past
president of B'nai B'rith District
5. and senior municipal judge ot
Miami, will be master of cere-
monies.
Michael Sossin and Gershon
Miller, past presidents of the
Beach Lodge, will offer the invo-
cation and benediction, respec-
tively.
Comedian Milton Ross heads
the entertainment program. Die-
tary laws will be observed.
'.

Go to Vote en Tuesday
Dade Cou.it>'.goes, to Jhe polls on Tuesday. May 5. Jo vote
for a long list of candidates seeking election to posts ranging
from Governor oi Florida to member of the Dade County Board
of Public Instruction. Voting places will be open Tuesday at
specified precinct points from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Civic and com-
munal agencies and leaders this week joined the many mass
communications media here in a plea for all registered voters
to go to the polls in a lull display of democratic government.
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Jews Also at Fault -- Goldmann
SAM GOlDSTtlN
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BETH DIN OFFICE
RANI OR. TIBOH H. STERN
1061 Mkhhjon A vs., Miami Beach
JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150
David Pinski
Oneg Shabbat
On Friday, an Oneg Shabbat
will be held at the Farband Cen-
ter. 842 Washington Ave.. at 8
p.m. A special program has
been arranged, with Louis Lasa-
vm. principal of the David Pinski
Folk School, speaking on "Bibli-
cal Personalities."
Chayele Grober. star of the
Habima. will be accompanied by
Aida Yaslo at the piano and
Francis Packer, soloist.
Mendel Chomitz is cultural
chairman. Max B. Astor is pres-
ident.
Miami Executive
Author of Guide
"A Guide for Teaching Jewish
Values/' to accompany a textbook
on the teaching of Torah. has just
appeared under the authorship of
Louis Schw artzman. executive di-
rector of the Rureau of Jewish
Education.
The 23-page bullet in describes
the necessity for teaching Jew-
ish values In the Jewish schools.
The guide will direct Students
to emphasize the Jewish concepts
and values in the teaching of
the Pentateuch.
The new text will be introduc-
ed into Jewish school? of Greater
Miami during the September. 1964
term.
PARIS (JTA) Dr. Nahum
Goldmann. president of the World
Jewish Congress, said this week
that all the Jews of the free
world, along with their leaders,
failed to take adequate action to
mitigate the Nazi slaughter of
European Jewry during World
War II.
Speaking at a meeting com
memorating the 21st anniversary
of the Warsaw Ghetto revolt, held
in the largest public hall in Paris,
he stressed the responsibility ot
the world Jewish leadership and
that of the Western allies in the
massacre of the 6.000.000 men.
women and children.
He said that "if there is rea-
son to level charges, and some
of these have been leveled, they
should be addressed to all Jews
of the free world during the Sec-
ond World War. All of us, lead-
ers included," he stressed,
"failed during this important
test. Furthermore, the history
of the attitude of the democratic
powers in Europe and in the
United States does not consti-
tute a glorious chapter for either
the peoples or for modern demo-
cracy."
He stated that the reactions "lit
the lace oi growing Hitlerism and
of the anti-Semitic aspects of
Nazism is a sad story ot failures
and defeats, of lack of political
comprehension and lack of cour-
age." He added that the Jews of
the free world "never had the
daring to undertake courageous
action or to make better known
our demands to the democratic
governments then in power."
Dr. Goldmann recalled the day
when he received a cable from the
Warsaw Ghetto addressed to him-
self and Rabbi Stephen Wise, the
late American Zionist leader, m
which the beleaguered Warsaw
Jews wanted to know why Amer-
ican Jewish leaders had not "sat
day and night on the steps of the
While House" until the President
of the United States would have
given the order to bomb the con-
centration camps and the railways
leading to them.
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Volume 37
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Friday. May 1. 1*4
19 lyar 5724
German Scientists
In Headlines Again
The German scientists in Cairo
c e making headlines again. It
if now a full year that the discov-
r. y of their presence has been
r ade. As yet, the Bonn Govern-
rrent refuses to do anything about
em The latest reprieve came
: s week, when the West German
1 _:binet poj^oned action en legis-
cn to prevent German nation-
s from working on weapons
- stems in Egypt.
Many are the excuses that
- ve come from Bonn. The majoi
explanation" is that people in a
country can not be
; evented from going abroad for
Sessional or, indeed, any other
id of reason.
The untruth here is manifest.
The issuing of passports under
st German rule is predicated
c the fact that travelers leaving
. e country for any purpose what-
- ever will not be endangering
the ration as a consequence of
e;r business. Although Bonn of-
:'.cials obviously did not need to
ce reminded of the fact, this has
c.ready been brought to their attention.
If the scientists now at work under Nas-
ser's instruction are not in fact endangering
West Germany, they are certainly putting their
country into an untenable position one suf-
ficiently unhappy as to bring the passport
cround rules into play.
That the German Government has repeat-
edly refused to do so seems to offer increasing
evidence of its delight in the presence of the
scientists in Cairo. All else emanating from
Bonn on this subject these days must be re-
garded as commentary.
The Need for Unity
The attack by Negro youngsters against
a group of Yeshiva students in Brooklyn was
-moitunate, indeed.
American Jews have been among the strong-
SSl end most outspoken supporters for Negro
nbertiee.
Above and beyond the attack itself, it be-
comes increasingly important to understari
precisely why anti-Semitic attiudes among Ne-
croes seem to be growing and despite the
assistance they receive from Jews in the battle
for civil rights.
It would also be unrealistic to rule the in-
cident as an isolated case. The evidence of
anti-Semitism among Negroes today is too
strong to dismiss it so lightly.
Nevertheless, responsible Negro leaders
and responsible members of the Negro com-
munity continue to be grateful for the position
of most American Jews in their behali.
It would be just as unrealistic and partic-
ularly sad if the Brooklyn attack were to shake
our resolve and understanding that there can
be no true democracy in our nation so long as
the rights of some of our fellow citizens are
stunted by lawlessness and bigotry.
They Want Investigation
The American Council for Judaism is doina
it again. This time, its leaders are asking the
State Department for an interpretation of the
precise language of a forma] communique is-
program "to conguer the communities of U.S.
Jewry."
Admittedly, the phrase is somewhat poetic
The American Jewish community is after all
the largest and most powerful outside of Israel
and it is here that Zionist leaders hope to ac-
quire anew the strength of purpose behind the
establishment of tfte Jewish State in the first
instance.
Only the American Council for Judaism
would be bent on making something more out
of this.
There are, to be sure, elements in the State
Department who will be sympathetic to the
Council's plea for an "interpretation." It is thev
who from time to time suggest investigat
of the activities of major American Jew
anthropic organizations in behalf of Israel.
It is they who did their very best fio:
beginning to prevent the reemerqence of !
at all.
The Council's fears must be
aomenal. Their sceurity as Ar:
as Jews is certainly tenuous in the extreme.
Voting Next Tuesday
A whole host of statewide and local elec-
tions will be on Tuesday's ballot. From gov-
ernor, senator and representative down to Dade
County School Board and constable candi-
dates are currently offering themselves foi the
voter's choice.
During the past few weeks, The Jewish Flor-
idian has carried platform statements and bio-
graphical data on a wide variety of the aspii
ants whose names they will be meeting in the
pnvacy of their voting booths next Tuesday
We urge our readers to consider their se-
ctions carefully. More important, we urqe
theTr1 banorUre ,0 k6eP ,He apPin,mei* 3h
This is democracy in action. Men and
women in other parts of the world have still to
figh for the right to govern themselves Let*
not take our generations-long duty so lightly
Those who have earned the
ZOO7 ISraeI and *" Wrld Zi0nlS, 6rgan" mle must tul,iH i,s ^Ponsibiimw
One of these, and a central one
lot. Remember, vote
wtiKh ho concj*2
if ine analysis ot the djin,^
that daily faces even
as-i see-it- -Tr-Tr^S*
letter is m response to 1
recent column here which*!
cussed the innual cross**
* Dsde CountycZj
house. My acquaintance .
raits -that logic and la* Jr,
not the sole criteria to be utilized in deciding whether or Dot u
begin a battle." He also grants my opinion "that on th.- other,
Of the balance most be plar-ed such considerations as th.- magnitu^
or importance ot the right threatened (and- the chances
winning .*'
Having said all these things, he then launches int., ., one-afrj
and irresponsible attack against the Anti-Defamation League, vsm,
decision at its annual meeting in Miami net to launch a canrpain
aaainst the holiday cross hanging inspired the column and my tt
planatory support ot the League's action. There are many rathe
sharp and irrelevant charges my acquaintance make*. An exanj*
of these is the following:
The ADL has not contributed one lawyer, one hour or ok I
dollar in support ot the thousands of Negroes and whites who hat, I
t>een arrested tor peacefully demonstrating against segregate | I
Tallahassee, St. Augustine, Jacksonville, Ocala. Miami and othe I
Florida cities'
I am frankly less interested in arguing the presumable lac J
here than in taking a position which must once and fen all be ma* I
clear lest the- Jewish community ultimately find itself -wept ir.:t I
an ideological sea "l quicks ind Let this stand on thi record S
those who consider it cowardly or even traitorous froi
ertarian point ol view make the most of it: 1 am not re that
!> ; ction ol any Jc ish organization, defense
contril le oi contu >asis lawyers, hours or rs in i
ol thi N'egi o cause
DEV0CJMTIC TRADITIONS AT ST AKl
THIS IS A -
... ny Jewi
ry I
I sin
I
nd as Jew
iti< trad
l-thn st meanu
,v, tend i" n
... that threats t<> the rigl i
- to the i ights ol
lion after Jew isl
"i the Negro battle until
primary function ol their activity Neither is such
fined to defense agencies alom also guilt) are rabbin:.
welfare groups and a fully equipped constellation ol
ders an.I synagogue-centered units, reaching a-- tar do
into the very cue of their teen-age affiliates all of the:
paralyzed unless they can wordily embrace the Negi
The consequence is that they are no longer Jewish The*-1
ster is that those who belong to them believe they m tact are Jew-
ish and that, in i very positive way, they are Identify
< ces with vital Jewish affairs Hence, the meaning
..!. Intended to project no less than these imp
traditionally Jewish pragmatic Instruction them-. bewK
betrayers ol then essential trusi
THI MANY StU-Ummn DEMANDS
THERE will inevitably be those who >ay thai l am sail
arguing again d.....gallon Such observations n
ri garded as patent absurdities I am not doing that n N
l ever in the past In.lee.i. countless cotamni ol n
ardent pleas behalf o| civil rights, ape ik [<
Bui hi- letter are a cast
- searchu hi clearly has been, for lawyers, h
PP>rl f N then his search must ultimati i
' ctanar ol one kind i
rt-sighi i nright bigoted ol
ncies in this area ol endi.
' nly spiritually
to I : ., nation, it is ii
thi :-i such as thes,. th ll Im
udated into deserting then
Idesi thing of all in this regal
the demands would mosl often seek little
ith Jewish organizations general!} u they d
v 'ver which to fulminate speeificall)
PRIMARY NllllTAHCl MS UStWHtKt
| DO NOT lure exclude Ihe ADL. which despite m> B
endocrine observations, la at times unhappiu h
KAACP or CORE Would mv letter writ.ng I
Negro attack against the Veshi\a students m Hi..... > la>1 **
proves his point:1 Would he go through the entire ...mut of as*
Semitic canards popular among Negroes: that th.
were brutal because Jews nwn Negro-rental properi some *
because Jews trade with Negroes (some do>. because
erally as bad as any other segment of the white p ''"> '-'*
sadly are i m their racial attitude
I would put it otherwise, that the Negro in America re*""
" '" "" Arab In Israel, who is without InteUectual Irtd^
oecause he has llo experience in delegating lead, -lap and ">
wiiungness thus far to learn respect for it. Hence he submit'
extremist.flgureheads -in th. case of the Israel. Arab H '-,heC',
munists-and to the extremism of his ungovernable emotions, i*"*
But little of this il germane except to do im
-tlCC he has don,, t., ___-u. w:_ .i .r 'hi- C**
0>
he J"1"
V!
.zation.
The communique outlines an accelerated

.......... s iiiuin- cM-eiJi io cio iii
ustice he has done to ,e to ai-ree with him. and
"etj ol assistance to the battle for Negro ci
" "nil -tarts at that point where, knowing bett.
i'1'""- Bissa oi unJewiah Jews who are Jewish
*** "itegratton l.,t them all be militantb mil U
'V ^mencan and entirely non-ecetarian ba
'' ,!"'' mj acquaintance Included un
- must pr-marlry be muitam abo
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THE MIAMI BEACH SUN
THE MIAMI BEACH REPORTER
THE DEMOCRATIC CLUB OF MIAMI BEACH
THE VOTERS AND TAXPAYERS LEAGUE
OF MIAMI AND DADE COUNTY
THE DEMOCRATS ASSOCIATION OF HIALEAH
THE DADE COUNTY
YOUNG DEMOCRATS ASSOCIATION
THE DADE COUNTY
COUNCIL OF SENIOR CITIZENS
THE SOUTH DADE POLITICAL ACTION LEAGUE
THE FIRE FIGHTERS OF
FLORIDA DADE COUNTY COUNCIL
WE HEARTIL Y ENDORSE KENNETH M. MYERS
EDWARD F. DUNN
ALEX M. BALFE
WILLIAM L. PALLOT
FRED B. HARTNETT
JOHN SERBIN
JACOB SHER
JOHN B. TURNER
PATRICK J. CESARANO
BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER
JOHN HARRISON
CHARLES SHARP
LEONARD ABESS
BEN HENDRICKS
HATHAWAY RINEHART
SAM J. HEIMAN
ROBERT SHAPIRO
NAT SEDLIK
MATTHEW SILVERSTEIN '
JOE S. SCHEINBERG
VIRGILIO SANTORO
MILTON SADOFF
STEVE TENDRICH
SELMA M. THOMPSON
MILARD RUGGLES
BONNIE RUBENSTEIN
JEANNE ROTHSCHILD
MYRA FARR
HELEN BARRY
CHESTER KAY
MAURICE PEARLSTEIN
HERMAN RUBIN
FRED K. SHOCHET
MAX WEITZ
ROSLYN GRIPPO
LOUIS HEIMAN
AINSLEE FERDIE
FANNY REICH
HYLAND RYFAS
A. BUDD CUTLER
LEO EISENSTEIN
RICHARD BRICKMAN
ROBERT FOREMAN
CHUCK McREYNOLDS
LEON KAPLAN
LEONARD EGERT
MOLLY RICHMAN
EVA KARP
ARTHUR APPEL
HOWARD GALBUT
AARON FARR
NORTON S. PALLOT
DR. MAX PEPPER
ROBERT ASTI
JOHN McNUTT
ELMOR SPECTOR
STEVE KOUCHALAKOS
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
LEONARD LURIA
JOSEPH GASSEN
ROSE WEISS
DAVID CATSMAN
EDWARD T. NEWMAN
WILLIS H. FLICK
LARRY GILBERT
BERNARD YOUNG
REVY BALKIN WIKLER
JACK LEE ORKIN
AARON PODHURST
R. W. BECKMAN
HYMAN GALBUT
SALLY GARDNER
ALLEN KORNBLUM
DICK BEZDEK
H. E. GOODMAN
DR. GEORGE GRAHAM
KEN KNOX
ROBERT SPICER
ETHEL SHOCHET
MARTIN ORLIN
SAMUEL NIEBERG
JAMES NELSON
ALBERT J. HIRSCH
POLLY PRONEWITCH
CHARLES A. FREEDMAN
LAURA FREEDMAN
ALBERT PERLMAN
MELVYN AND NATALIE FRUMKES
JACK SEITLIN
LEO J. ROSEN
JOSEPH COHEN
ROSE BROWN
WILBUR AARONSON
MRS. MAX BODERMAN
RICHARD B. STONE
JOHN HALL
ALLEN STONE
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES POWERS
S. RONALD PALLOT
RICHARD A. MERRITT
C. MARSHALL
WILLIAM LILLY
STANLEY KOLODNY
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM HEYMAN
EUGENE HEIMAN
MR. AND MRS. HOWARD GROVE
HERBERT FREEDMAN
ELINOR BEHRENDT
GLORIA EVANS
ROSE TAKSIR
MAX BODERMAN
PAUL SEIDERMAN
RALPH M. WEISBARD
AARON FREILICH
SOL KARP
ROBERT WEITZ
MR. AND MRS. JEAN C. LEHMAN
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
MAY 5th
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Friday. May | ^
Religious Bodies to Aid Rights Fight
Continued from Page 1-A
session it Georgetown Univer-
sity.
The action program to bo pro-
posed for Tt*e American Je\wsti
community. >atd Kaobi Blank will
read otf ,th a mjuest that, at
even Sabbath service in tverr
synagogue and totnph? in the
country, until the pendmc legist*-
tion is passed, their be held
rpecial prayers. sermon> be de-
livered on the subject, and dis-
eii-sir-n ot the civil ripht> lOBO*
be e-mphawrecl
At the -aim' time. Rabbi Blank
said. Jews across the nation will
be asked to intensify a mail cam-
paign to members ot the I P.
Senate, where the civil neht- hill
is twins hobbtecl currentl> through
, fibbuster W< nave made tar
reaching pronouncjments against
racial discrimination over tnc
vears. said Rabbi Blank.
\ov i- the time, by personal',
involvement, for memb. rs of re-'
.1 is institution-. in-iMred By I
[heir mnist.i-. tx >e^ an<1 ,abi
bis to take torthn-lu -tand- tor
;, new pattern Of !< &*
and equality for all citizens."
Mrs. Meyers Seeks Reelection to School Board
lirs Anna Brenner Meyers h
he<:. serving on the Dade Coun-
t> School Board since 1*3. a post
which she :.- appointed at
that time
In 1956. Mrs. Meyers was elect-
ed to succeed herself, a victory
trick she repeated
i960.
Atcordin. I Mrs Meyers
ten her tenure, the
- chairman of
. Committee recom-
rreidin.; improvements :n the
I '_r..m and
. irman of a ttee to re-
v.ev. btdding i"rm> and con-tr.n.-
contract> for sch
i
Mrs. Meyers is also reported
to have supported the school
board in Heating the S34.5 mil-
lion Bond Issue for school build-
ngs and classrooms; urged the
establishment of a Junior Col-
ego in Dade County, which led
to Miami-Dade Junior College
now serving (.000 students daily;
recommended and was success-
ful in persuading the board to
increase salaries of teachers and
other school personnel; and
urged adoption of bidding on
milk, ice cream and food, re-
sulting in large savings of mon-
ey.
More recently,' declare the
c..noidate'< supporters "Mr' Mey-
crs recommended establishment
o! committee of representative
citizens to study the quality ot
education in Dade County >ehools
The resultant Quality Education
mittee ha> been responsible
t r dividing the Dade County
ol System into four sub-dis-
tricts with a district -uperintendent .
responsible for each, representing
some 50.000 pupils :n elementarv
junior high and senior high'
ls."
Mrs, Meyers is a member of the
Miami Beach. Dade County and
American Bar Associations. She
was organizing president of the
Florida Women Lawyers Associa-
. and served as vice president
<: the Internationa] Federation of
MHMA MrCNNf* MfTtffS
Women La- rers is a date-
ente representing Florida Women
Lawyer- kn the Nation;.! AaaWBll
(son of Women Lav :
In March of this year, Mrs.
Meyers received the Histadrut
Woman of the Year Award, as
well as the award for Outstand-
ing Contributions benefiting
Metropolitan Dade Ccunty C'ti-
xenry from the Metropolitan
Court.
Mr> Meyers is the rccipiei
: | v, ilor Award of
of Israi rids, and las!
on the Woman ol tin \
Award from th< -
of the Hebrev I'nivei sit)
also holds the Br tl '
of National C
tians and Jew-
A DEDICATED AMD
SINCERE MAM SEEKING
YOUR SUTFORT
SO WAT HE CAM
SERVE YOU AND ALL
OF FLORIDA!
it Successful Businessman
with College in
GOVfflrllrfnt.
dr Native of Dade County.
Will Fight Sales Tax on Food & Drugs
Work to establish Mental Health Program
Abolish Inventory Tax & Improve all
Educational Facilities.
dr Special emphasis on measures dealing
with Human Relations
Linton J. Tyler
I'm for TYLER too!
STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP 2 (County Wide)
VOTE FOR VICTOR
LEVINE
Lever 33-B
BACKGROUND
Bern: New Tart City, May 17, 1913
Miomi resident far mere than M year*
Miwriii to B>ss**a Doom levine CTA ihsr,
teacher at akomi SV.IU., fir-arty at Ada Merritt
Basse Wlialini, Cdisen (r.M S *W John.
DuPuls Elementary.
Feer children
Beys' Club. New Yer*
LETS KEEP
JUDGE
MARTIN P.
SBACHAT
IN
SMALL CLAIMS
COURT
EXPERIENCE INTEGRITY PROVEN ABILITY
JUDGE SHACHAT
a S yeors experience os Jedrje
New Judge of Doee Ceunty Smell Cloims Court
Ho> heord more thon 5.000 coses since appointment
to bench, July, 1963
Municioot Judge North Miami Beoch, IflMS, 195160
President, North Miomi Beech Blood Benk
a Conthot Veteron World War II, Memoer JWV, Americon Legio-
Disabled Americon Veterans
a Graduate, Miomi low School. 1951
Member, Florida, American, Code County and
Narth Oade Bor Associations
Married, lives with wife Jewel, and 3 children
Respected by All
a
RE-ELECT Murray h
DUBBIN
Kjjommmmmsmmmmr-
$TU RfrWfNUTIVI, Gresp 6
Dade Needs
DUBBIN'S
Experienced Leadership

JI Keep ... JANE S.
X h^^^^^"u ROBERTS
. ... i (MRS. LYLE) Your School Board Member
Lever 39-B GROUP 1 AT LARGE
Dre-otic Scholarship. U.-efl
Arttstailt in Dramatics 1 Public Speaking,
U. of Miomi, 1933-34-35
Taught Dromrtics I Public Speaking at
St. Theresa Catholic School. 1934-35
ll.B University of Miami Schal af Law, 1937
CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS
Jewish War Veterans
Beth David Congregation
B'nai B'rith
Iron Arrow
Theto Alpha Phi (Charter President
W.g end Wing (Presides,
Rha Beta TTasiiiiii
this No. 4
MAHI Shrine
te*<^'HZ** *"** *' "-'"iy -
oerd af VeaOsry tSnW,.. s Hospital
Pest President .1 Uni.-rsit. Miami low Sch.,1
Alemm Association, three terms
For JUDGE of
Juvenile Court
and
Domestic Relations
Formerly Chairman of the Legal Aid Committee o 1*1
Dede County Bar Association, now Member of
Family Law Cammittee
Member, United States Ceest Guard lesenre (W
194M946; Chief Petty Officer, leeel Aid Advisar-
Se*enh NevotOissrict
Mesnher: Boda Caewty.Bor Associetien Flerido lor
Assecieti**, AmericeVBor Association, fedtrel Bor
Asseciatien, America* Judkotors Society
Soeciol Assistant Attorney Bsaerol, State e< f l"'
I943T94S
Governor s Adviser, U.S. President s Committee an
Juvenile Delinguency and Tooth Crime
' WerfoTe-Plonnmo. Beard af Oade Cooaty
Coein, Caiilttoooo Jweoito OelkeaoeiKy and
Tauth Crime, of the Federal Ber Asseciatien
of South Florida
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fJew 1st tier Mian
Page 7-A
Israel Would Aid Arab Victims
TEL AVIV (JTA) "Any (he national council of the Hista- not specify the form of support'
Arab state menaced by Nassenst; drut. Intel's Federation of Labor. Israel would be ready to give to
j plotting cotild rely on Israel for The Wime" -Minirfe-f pitted Arab states menaced by Nassente
j.-upport in reaching peace and (that "Isreal would use all its re- j subversion activitM* Bonwwtr. it
[stability in the region," Prime > sources to unite all factors wish-1 was indicated later that anv Arab
Minister Levi E-hkol said here. clevHopment for the benefit of'country that responded would get
led.Ires-ing the opening session of the entire population." He did I a clear answer.
Mr. Eshkol denounced the pol-
icy of Egypt's President Gatnal
Abdel Nasser "of threats against
Israel and aggression against
other Arab states." These
threats., he said, force, IsrajLtp.
follow a policy of "continued
alertness and readiness, as well
as maintenance of the deterrent
power, to foil any thought of
aggrersion."
At the same time. Mr. Eshkor
also called on foreign powers to
provide aid to Egypt, emphasizing
Israel's interest in such aid that
would increase the Egyptian stan-
dard of living but "not aid which
Vsfrenpthens aggressors >- -
The Histadrut Council, which is
meeting here in sessions to last
four days, is discussing domestic
questions primarily.
103,000 FOR LUNCH-EVERY DAY

N a cr.RT.MN overseas country. 44,000 per-
sons will have lunch today, thanks to UJA. In
another the number will be 7.500. In still another
2 300 will eat in UJA-aidcd canteens.
Yes. in thirty countries these scenes will be
duplicated for 103,000 persons. That many
meals will be served today and every day
by the Joint Distribution Committee, and the
Jewish Agency for Israel, using UJA funds.
These meals are not social occasions. They
ate the meat and drink of survival.
Preventing starvation is the first step in
rebuilding an individual's life.
This step will be followed by others ... until
the long road to independence has been traveled.
You can be part of this great drive to save
and build human lives.
You can help absorb new immigrants into
the democratic life of the United States. Israel,
and oilier loads by supporting UJA*s 1964 drive.
Give generously to the regular United Jewish
Appeal. Give again to UJA's Special Fund.
IN 1964, UJA MUST GIVE LIFESAVING AID TO 751.300
IN ISRAEL Help immigrants new and old.
Give newcomers initial aid .. and housing.
Absorb immigrants of previous vcars including:
Aged and handicapped immigrants v earning
for renewed usefulness,
Young people in need of training.
Immigrant farm settlers struggling for eco-
nomic freedom.
Unskilled newcomers in development towns.
IN EUROPE, OTHER LANDS-Sustoin those in need
Help with food, shelter, medical care, training.
Assist those who can emigrate to free lands
IN USAAid and resettle newcomers arriving here.
Save More Lives...Build More Lives
United Jewish Appeal
$69,000,000 Regular Campaign and $36,000,000 Special Fund
..half it IMTtt MM AffEAlJWSN AOENCY FOR ISRAH. IMC JOINT OISTMIBUTION COMMITTEE NEW TOAK ASSOCIATION FOR MtW AMERICANS HNIItO NIAS SERVICE
CAN YOU REFUSE A CHILD?
A daily meal is very dear to those
overseas, served by
United Jewish Appeal and our
Combined Jewish Appeal
1317 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 32.


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ENATOR

TALLAHASSEE"
' EXPRESSWAYS
fLIFF HERRELL sponsored the bill that
langed the allocation of State Road De-
partment funds. This change enabled Gov.
Collins to give Dade its fair share.
Jade received more State Road monies in that six year
;riod than it had received in the entire previous 41
?ar history of the Road Department. We were able
start our expressway system because of the law that
ms introduced by Cliff Herrell in '55.
5.
TOURISM
CLIFF HERRELL really saved our tourist in-
dustry in 1963. On two occasions Guff-
stream Track in Broward successfully pass-
ed a law through the House switching the
choice winter racing dates away from Hia-
leah Track. Two times it was killed in the
Senate by Cliff Herrell.
A novice in the Senate would have been helpless .
Cliff Herrell delivered the votes to kill the bill both
times. If we didn't have Cliff in the Senate, we would
have lost the Winter dates to Broward County and
Hialeah would have had the Spring racing dates.
:
SENIORITY
10. H|GHER
EDUCATION
-
LIFF HERRELL serves on seven committees
The Senate. He's on the committee for
|gher education and he's a member of the
>werful Legtslative Council. His seniority.
fs experience and the respect he has earn-
from his fellow law-makers will pay
idends to the Dade taxpayers when we
^tum him to Tallahassee.
CLIFF HERRELL introduced the recent $150
million bond issue for higher education that
was overwhelmingly approved by the
voters last year. These funds will provide
the high educational opportunities and fa-
cilities we need to keep pace with the space
age. This is a perfect example of Cliff's
vision and interest in our educational needs.
UN VS IN OUR SUPPORT OF CUFF HERRELL
MARTIN FINE SOL FRANKEL
GERSHON MILLER JOSEPH A. NEVEL
HARRY B. SMITH RICHARD B. STONE
STATE SENATOR
CLIFF HERRELL
"Our Most Effective Voice in Tallahassee" j
11. HONORS
AND AWARDS
CLIFF HERRELL has received more honors
and awards from the press and his fellow
legislators than any other member of the
Dade delegation. In '55-'57 and '59 he was
voted one of the ten most effective mem-
bers of the House. He was named the out-
standing freshman Senator in '61. He was
named one of the three most effective Sen-
ators in 1961.
)N OF HIAtEAH
HIALEAH HOME NEWS
SEVERAL LABOR UNIONS
PETE HELLER
BURNETT ROTH
GEORGE TAUANOFF
* HOMESTEAD NEWS-LEADER
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Fage 10-A
+Jmlslirfrr0>**r
Friday. May 1, i964
U.S. Gov'L Eyes Prayer in Schools
would permit, but
Ctary Committee. i wouia permii. out not requirf
prior to the start of the House students in public schools to en'
hearings Sen. Hugh Scott. Penn- gage in prayer or meditation and
-vlvania Republican, submitted to > read the Bible and oti.r n(|.
f>
Continued from Page 1-A
' American public would "think
I ice" about amendments to per-
i t prayer and Bible reading in
I blic .schools. Commenting on
] p. Becker's statement that his
I -.endment was "designed to
. arantee permanently the right
pray and read Holy Scriptures
the public schools." Rep. Cel-
i said "this is like an iceberg.
There are a lew simple words
; top but a lot of repercussions
derneath." Rep. John Lindsay.
York Republican, said "1
hope members who seriously ques- a change m.ght result
lion the issue, ^e^here are^not m ^sligM. eros.on" of
going lo be charged with being
anti-God.," Rep. Jacob H. Gil-
bert. New York Democrat, warn-
ed against making the hearing
seem to be "a battle between the
godly and the godless."

the Senate an amendment which I books.
Amendment. Rep. Howard V.
Smith. Virginia Democrat, warn-
*****
Supporters of the change told
ths committee that the U.S. con-
stitution mi.st be so amended.
Rep. Lcuis C. Wyman, New
Hampshire Republican, admit-
ted under questioning that such
ed the committee that if it did
not approve the Becker amend-
ment, the committee would be
bypassed and the issue would
be taken cVectly to the floor
cf the House.
Hep Becker has 163 signatures
f.;i a discharge petition [or that
purpose and needs 218 Signatures
to take Hi'.' issue from the Judi-
Dubbin Pledges Tax Reform for Dade County
State Rep Murraj H Dubbin
l week pledged to renew his ef-
ts 'o aid Dade County's indus-
.il development and institute
1 \ n forms ii reelected to Ins
i ,iup 6 seat on May 5.
.'iting !n> record ;i- a freshman
islator in the 1%:! session, Dun
pointed to three important in-
. strial develovmenl lulls he in-
duced"the Industrial Revenue
: ml Financing Act. Repeal of the
,-entory Tax and the Prefer
id Products Act."
Dubbin stated, "Despite the
. pport I received from all
embers of the Dade delegation
, id from many other represen-
,fives on these bills, they fail-
d to pass last year. I intend to
MURlf.tY DUBBIN
re-irtiodtce these and other in-
am confident that we can bol-
u
Ui
m
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RE-ELECT JUDGE
HUGH F. DUYAL
Justice of the Peace
JUDGE DUVALS 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 for 9 Years
QUALIFIED-Has Heard Over 75,000 Cases
PULL LEVER 46A
dustrial development bills, and
ster Dade County's business
growth in the next session."
Turning to tax equalization, the
Miami attorney and native Plori-
dian plegeel "to continue my el
iurts toward passage >>i severance
taxes to replace revenue- present-
ly being derived from bur lensome
consumer taxes He said. "1 in-
troduced two severance tax bills
and three severance tax amend-
ments to the Sales Tax Bill in
1963 and' will pursue this untap
ped revenue source again."
Declaring he is "running on my
record of accomplishments in the
Florida legislature," Dubbin cited
"mj leadership in Introducing 7i
important bill-, and supporting
man} others during the las) ses
sion
Beach Principal
To be Speaker
At No. Shore
Sidnej Lichter, principal ol Ida
\l Fisher Junior Hijjh School, will
be featured speaker at the North
Shore Bnai B'rith meeting at
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association Auditorium. 1133
Normandy Dr.. on Monday even-
ing
Program chairman. Irvine ('
Spear, announced that Lichter s
topic lor the evening will be "The
Importance of a Jewish Educa-
tion to the American Jewish Fain
Burstain, president of
will conduct the meet
PULL LEVER 47A
RE-ELECT
Thelma II.
HARDISON
mr-i. lufher fj
CONSTABLE
DISTRICT 3, Dade County
(Arta south of S.W. 8th Street includ-
ing Precinct. 149 through 202
MRS. HARDIS0N S ability to get the job done is shown by her past record.
Her reputation for honesty is well known throughout our community. She
is qualified, experienced and has been a resident of District 3 for 39 years.
BRe-Efecr
ED MASON
TO THE
Pnld Politic ui \.lv
FLORIDA PUBLIC
UTILITIES COMMISSION
-J- Resident ol Dade County
m lince 1925
Practiced. Law and Solved
as Special Assistant to
fho U: S. Attorney in
Dade County
Former Member of
Dade County Commission
24 Year* of law and
progressive public service
Now serving as chairman
of Florida Public Utilities
Commission
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Re-Elecf ED MASON
Experienced and Proven
Leadership for Florida
>xd 'ma. *.,.-.,. ..
Petal fe> t* Id) M...n C *** v- 4
FRED "BUD"
DICKINSON
has proven himself an
effective lawmaker, respected
in Washington and abroad,
a friend to everyone in
the State of Florida. I
urge you to vote for
his nomination as Governor.
Please vote on May 5th.
(Signed) Bill Shayne
ILL. 'W.SLyn,
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LET'S
KEEP
PROFESSIONAL
LAW
ENFORCEMENT
PULL LEVER
31-A
RE-ELECT
BUCHANAN
SHERIFF
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Triday. May 1. 1964
+Jewisiincrictiar7
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Fair Says No' to Removal of Jordan Mural
Continued from Paje 1-A
Moses, asserting that "such pro-
L,!a.'iuJa runs counter to Hie
spirit of the Fair expressed in
the theme 'Peace Through Un-
derstanding' and counter to reg-
ulations of the Fair." The perti-
nent regulation reads: "The Fair
Corporation will not permit the i
operation of concession or ex-
hibit which reflects discredit
upon any state or nation."
Moses replied that "the Fair'
cannot censor the mural you re
fcr to. even though it is political
in nature and subject to misin-
lerpretation. We believe no good
purpose would be served by cx-
aggorattng the significance of this
leference to national aims or at-
tributing racial animus to it."
Upon receiving the rejection.
the American-Israel Pavilion of
ficials unveiled at the pavilion a
PavMka. a mortar that fired
iioise-maKing projectiles during
the pavilion had initially decidi
against display of the mortar. 1.
tear of possibly offending Oth
countries but now would displ I
it, although the only idcntific
tion on the gun will be its nam>
King Hussein, of Jordan. M I
visited the Jordanian I'avili" i
Gordon Promises Board Progress
A program of progressive cdu-
ration with emphasis on more
[conomfcal operation of our
|.-< hiicls This is the vow of Jack
Cordon, running to succeed
himself on the Dade County
Board 'if Public Instruction in
|Group L'.
Cordon was elected to his pres-
ent four-year term in i960 Point-
in^ to the change since then, the,
Candidate declared: "Four years
MJO, our school system, despite a
tremendous population growth.
las being by-passed by develop-
In nt- in the eductaional field.
Today," he declared, "the
I Board of Public Instruction has
Iprovided the leadership neces-
Iray to bring our schools to a
Inew high level of educational
(achievement."
An ordmg to Gordon's support-
lie is a sponsor of the re.
fentlj adopted John F. Kennedy
[emorial Program to upgrade Ne-
schools in Dade County."
G irdon is president of Washing-
in Federal Savings and Loan
Isociatton and chairman of the
tecutive Committee of Jefferson
Itnuial Bank of Miami Beach. ,
has participated in I'.S. and
projects to encourage thrift
Id home ownership in Latin
nerican and African countries.
'My leadership In modernizing
business methods of the school
system i- known to all declar-
p Cordon. 'Competitive bidding
in such areas as insurance and
milk and broad lor school caie-
terias has already saved over half
a million dollars for the county."
he said.
Said Gordon, urging voter
support: "My insistence that the
board be directly Involved in the
negotiations with the Federal
Government, which determined
the amount we receive for edu-
cating Cuban refugees, and my
personal efforts in the negotia-
tions, have resulted so far in
Dade County's receiving over
2.5 million more than we would
have receivec1 if we had simply
accepted the recommendations
of the school administrators."
the 1948 Israel War of Independ 'during the weekend, told repo>
ence- ers he did not consider the nun i
A pavilion spokesman said that'Offensive.
VOTE FOR*PftOVEN INTEGRITY AND ABILITY
KEEP LEONARD
u,
Vt
a t
\Y
JACK CONDON
Only an experienced person in
financial allairs. which he has est in the advance of education
achieved through his banking and human progress, could have
executive position, he declared, brought about such achievements
coupled 'with my intensive inter- for Dade County."
ELECT DOUG
MADDEN
CONSTABLE
DISTRICT 3 MAY 5
Vote For A Man To
DO A MAN'S JOB
Pull Lever 48-A
WHAT IS
A CONSTABLE?
He's the law enforcement arm of the Justice of the
Peace Court. V/einstein is at your service
? "-hours i -c/n/, 7-days-a-week!
LEONARD WEINSTEIN
Incumbent Constant:
Civic and Community Loader
Combat Veteran of World War II
Native-horn Floridian, graduate of Harvard
and University of Miami law School
V3TE FOR YO'JR CAPABLE,
EFFICIENT, DEDICATED
CONSTABLE
LEONARD
WEiNSTEiN
\
DISTRICT 5
WEINSTEIN
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ELECT ROBERT L.
SHEVIN
Your State Representative
GROUP 1
LEVER 14B
County-Wide Vote
Shevin Serves His Community
MEMBER, BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
LEGAL COUNSEL, DADE LEGISLATIVE DELEGATION
CHAIRMAN, MIAMI ECONOMIC ADVISORY BOARD
MEMBER, B'NAI B'RITH
BANK DIRECTOR
FORMER SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER, BETH DAVID
ACTIVE IN GOVERNMENT RESEARCH COUNCH.
JEWISH WELFARE AND CHILDREN'S SERVICE
Has Won 9Ram
f^orsentent
Frm More
"'"'Papers nd
rai*athns
Tfc- Any Ofner
Candidate.
THE MIAMI News
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ELECT ROBERT L. SHEVIN A RESPONSIBLE REPRESENTATIVE.......PULL LEVER TUB
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Friday. Mas 1. 19ft)
fto/7/1 De/dy; Making Decision
On Nuclear Scientists in Egypt
Continued from Page 1-A
f Arab pressure was
eluded.
not ex-
was mounting
i. \ renewal ol the >
r
vitu s in Egj pi Op-
i>.. (- ere reported to
be plan i' 111
1 tit
- For-
hile expi 1 --
,: .. 1. .; over the
1 West Ger-
Cabinet eration of
rent German
scientists h kins on ad-
\ : systems Speak
ing at vii Press Club lunch-
\\o never believ-
the ill
", West Government.
1 <-, < ientists
! 1 titens Even
sai thej wore
v. nn Government,
11 is onij l w Government
- rtething to get
fk "
"To my regret .A year has
passed sirce we weie given assur-
ance; ct a special law and there
was even a vote in the Bunde-
stag in favor of such a lawbut
hero again there is postpone-
ment, Mrs. Meir stated. She
.'dc'ed that Israel recognized the
right of any Parliament and the
hi cf Dcmocacy. Bit
(treated thorn is a supre-V
lawthat of safeguarding inno-
livM and no nation or part
cf it sheulc1 participate in exter-
minating another nation."
In Bonn, Defense Minister van
. -- : lenied angrilj
oil ed iti Pariiamei I
the West German Go\ 1
- < lor the work "i Ger
man scientists and teehn
employed by Egypt on the
; ssiles, jet planes an
ents al Israi
We have 1 conti
men." he said, refen ng to the
mis working for E "U
j scientist chooses ti abroad,
we have no means ol bi
hack "
Shevin Vows 'Voice for Dade'
Robert Shevin thi> week declai
. ice has bare!)
hi en beard as a 1 nisper in our
itati
The youthful Miami attorney i>
i Stai .-.:.-.,
Group l en .1 platform dt signi d
i< gut tair representation and
fair benefits tor oar lint coun-
ts
Shevin candadac) has been en-
djnrsed bj Um 11 Herald -mil
Id.arm News
\n officer ,n active status with
t 1 ; s krmj Reserve, Shevin is
chairman of unj Economic
Advisor; el of
t e Count) dative dele-
>:. ......ember of the Miami-
1 nerce, at
in n it Research
Count nan of the
1
e is also 1 f Um
t 1.. y>
nl an nemt
Count Club
Other cf tr> candidate's affil-
iations inc'i.c'e number ship of
NM Men s Club of the National
Children s Card.ac Hospital,
Multio'e Sclerosis Society. B nai
E'rith Jewish Family and Chil-
dren* Service, a director of
Mami You'h Svmphony and
president of Serfoma Club of
Mjami.
\ native Miamian, Shevin re
. ived hit ir of Arts de-
11 from th I niversit) ol Flor
la where he became the S
era Collegiate Debate Cham
>ion and von national forensic
tenors
shevm was al.-o honored with
membership 111 Florida Blue Key
and Hall of Fame He received
lus Ian degree irom the Univer-
sit] Of Miami, where he served
..* president of the law school.
OoffT BKVa

if elected I | I
- voice heard in Tallahas-
BUILD A BETTER FLORIDA
WITH
AS YOUR
HAVDON
BURNS
GOVERNOR
H>tON IURNS -* prwwee the aoe
; r<"ida the km* aff am .*n >-.-
coAore *>**> n rv^st rajm 'or the ecu
JUDGE HARVIE S. DuVAL
We fhe undersigned attorneys who know and have practiced before Circuit
Court Judge Home S. OuVal have found him fo be a highly qualified jurist with
unquestioned integrity and legal ability. He is always courteous, considerate, fair I
and impartial to all persons appearing before him, regardless of race, color or
creed.
Dade County needs to keep its good judges and we wholeheartedly endorse
Hcrvie DuVal as an excellent judge to be returned to the bench, and urge your
support for his election.

1
Mwray Z. Klein
trwin J. Block -
Paul A. Louis
Henry R. Corr
George S. Ofcell, Si.
Harry Willis
ogene Tonnenboum
Ernest I. Kass
Max 8. Kegen
tarry I. Gorier
Daniel S. Pearson
Edward N. Moor*
Richard Booth
S. Graver Morrow
Steven G. Morruw
G. Milton Rubin
Bernard Bermon
H. j. Ulnch
rvwr* iMef
Fred A. Jones. Jr.
Wiliom R. Alvin
Jerry Deatscb
Aaron Pedhvrst
William B. MM
Cy Chodreft
Henry C. Vegel
Joe Perk ins
Martin lemlJch
Thomas C. Johnson
Irving I. Dunn
Alfred D. B.eley
Eageae P. Spellmaa
Milton Koiner
John K. lewis
Alan H. Dambrawsky
Hilery f. Silvermon
R. H. Gregory
Irving Telon
Martin Yelen
Morten Silver
Stephen F. Bationo
Harry Been me Jr.
Joseph A. Ferrora
Wallace N. Moer
Daniel A. Wick
John W. Fowler
Clinton Green
Robert H. Newman
Aabrey I. Tclbuit
Ralph B. Pa 1 ton
Anton S Kvkich
W. E. Chickering
lewis H. Fog It Jr.
Henry C. Vogel
Cbories M Domes
Charles R. Trip,
Joe Brown tooth
Philip T. Weinstein
Atfiaj GoodoM*
Robert V. Shea
Harold Rosen
Hylan H. Kout
Gilbert S. Frank
Joy B. Keys
Mork R. Rubin
Lawrence P. Kuvln
Burton Young
Arthur I. Snyder
Jerome H. Stern
Howard Fembero.
Gerald Forman
Stewart D. All-n
Micha-I M. Tobin
Edward A. Moss
Milton Kelner
H. I. Fischback
Milten C. Goodman
Hayes S. Wood
Edward N. Moore
Maurice M. Diliberte
Donald P. Frost
Park H. Campbell
Jay M. lurie
Eli Breger
David D. Phillips
Norman Somberg
Alfred Bieley
Mortimer J. Fried
Harry Durant
S. Bl.ii Ross
Georae Kastenbavm
M. H. Resenheate
Arthur M. Prim.n
Wiliam A. lane
Hugh M. Carrier
Wiliam A. lane Jr.
Dexter S. French
Georae C. Ballet
John W. Prunty
John D. McNeo
David C. Goodwin
Robrt A. Won- Jr.
William C. Martin
Charles C. Papy Jr.
William H. Dixon
John Cnnuthi-i % II
Ronald W. Vi .,
J' m.-s C Petal 11
Eraeai w Yocm
0 lehn Mn.Doiald
toprya |. BnrVct
Henry A. Amoan
Paul J Culp
John G. Paole Ir.
Harold I. Silverttein
Thomas A. Horkan Jr.
Dnualm M Carlton
Groiqr N. MacDonell
Robert K ltto
Joseph Milton Nadler
Joseph Malrk
J. Raymond Fordhcm
Daniel V. ligman
Irving M. Wolff
Joseph A. Von A, >
Thomas B. Duff
Ri'.hard M. Gale
John Muldowney
Wiliam Burton
Clyde A. Willard
Charles A. Kimbr.-ll
Joseph Gassen
Paul C. Carlson
John W. Thornton
Warren Hamann
Robert I. Duke
H. Reid DeJarnete
Wesley G. Carey
Raymond J. Dwyer
James M. Cole
Angus M. Stephens
J. R. Terry
Herbert W. Virgin III
lowrence P. Kpvin
Chariot F. Mills
louit I. loFontitee Jr.
Joseph A. McGowan
Henry Burnett
John 1. Welnorn
Wm. C. Norwood
Frank Motton
Richard S. Bam, k
James S. Rotk
John E. Stnckroot
James I. Hurley
Phillip W. Knight
Walter (turnkey
Daniel T..nick
Jordan Bittel
Angela P. Demos
A. I. Tolbuit
Anton E. Kubicki
Stanley D. Caidm
Nicholas J. Capu.no
Edward Sen,oil
letter Rogert
Arthur W. Karll.k
Haivey J. St. jean
Joe Pardo
Bernard B. Weksler
Hnrrv J. Chodd'iton
Chariot A. Whit, acre
Mel Kann
Marthall S. Scott
Phillip Goldman
George W. Wrignt Jr.
Wm. C. Steel
Dwight Sullivan
W. 0. Mehrient
Jerry I. Crockett
Herbert Shapiro
Harry Zwkernick
M. I. Mershon
Atwood Dunwcdy
Thos. McE. Johnston
James E. Clar
Saentin T. Eldred
Irving Firtel
I. E. Thomas
Robert F. Underwood
Cecyl I. Pickle
Herschel E. Smith
Jockton I. Peters
Wm. M. Hoeveler
Joteph V. Niemoeter
Don R. Livingttone
Michael S. Ingram
Richard t. Adams
Charlet K. George
Thomas J. S Talbot W. Traminell
I. P. Evan* Jr.
Alvin S. Sherman
Harold Young
Harold West
Ed Perse
Robert G. Tardif
Stoart E. Wilson
George Clark Sm.ih
William F. Fawn Jr.
Georae Gilbert
John A. Coaghlin
John F. Harbnest
Robert A. Koppen
W. tarry Swope
Harry t. Smith
Jutes R. Israel
J. B. Kays
George N. leader
EMon I. tayce
Ralhind F. Sntiih
Joseph F. Jennings
Goble 0. Deaa
Robert M. Stvrnto
Vincent J. Toscano
Barry I. Gartaer
lee Henry
Gino P. Nrgretti
Joseph M. Nodi. 1
Jess D. Henry
James J. Kenny
R. F. McCermkk
Metvin Finn
Alvin Weinstein
William Philltpt
I Phillip*
George J. TolionoH
ledge Irving Cvpen
Jvdge Sam I. Silver
Theo, J. Sokowi'i
Nathan R loewensttaji
William I. Chickering
Gerald WrtrirringtM
Lawrence V. Hastlnfi
Harold G t-therstont
Edward B. Johnto.i Jr.
George I. Poftirson Jr.
Thomas Trottham Jr.
William T. Krugiack II
Kenneth Shrrouse Jr.
George Kicnengol*
J. Harold Skolnlck
Sonferd M. Swcrdlii
Max B. Kogen
Sam Berger
Milton R. Wasmon
leonoro R. McMillW
Dan Choppell
Thomas B. Duff
JeH D Goutier
Charles R. Knnpp
Robert C. Birmelm
J. taymond Fordhoa
Art McCormick
Howry W. Kryitow
A. C. Fronks
George C. Simpion
Robert F. louys
George N. John
f. M. Hudson
Arthar S. Clork
Dave Wolters
Harry W. Prebish
Alfred J- *"'"
Daniel P. Tumck
AL Lester Sool
Robert M. Boder
tva Key
Gerard Jhr.ch
Jordan Bittel
Harry Zuckermni
Dove Pollock
lert Sogcr
Charles P U"
Raneld S. Oelub
Michael Clem
Thomas C. John""
Alvin N. In^-MJm
Mormon Freac-*
Phyllis Shompun.e'
borsh.ll M. Chern
aton B Kessler
N K. Schwon
Bovid U. Tum.n '
,ucgt louit Bond J
ZdL, J N Morris
Kh?-S35


riday. Maf 1. 1964
+ k*lst Fhrktfor
Page 13-A
!onservatives Issue Call for Unity
,;hossin;ers. N;Y.r-<3TA^j
A call for Jewish unity was is-
ied tins week by Rabbi Max
luttenberg. vice president of the
ibbinical Assembly, speaking to'
. colleagues ;it the 64th annual
mention 'i the International
mservative rabbinic body.
Crisis unity." Rabbi Routten-j
ru stated, is a familiar phenom-
jcin in the Jewish community.
Ve can be counted on to close !
Dks to create a united front, to:
jage in joint action against the
punon foe" But, he continued,
unity which we must seek i
ig another kind of unity, the
Ity ol a people living in peace!
el freedom, and without any j
ious external threat to its exist-
Ire
"Our crisis is the threat not
physical destruction but of
ritual and cultural extinc-
n," he said. In this open hos-
table American society, if we
to survive as Jews, we shall
ve to counteract the process
acculturation in the Great
erican Melting Pot. We shall
et the crisis of freedom as
effectively^wehavrmtv*h#.
ertsis"5f"rri oppres'!HTr.l"*"t.haT-"
acteriiirvg American Jewry as
strongly survivalist, he said, "no
one can measure the force and
the extent of our will to live."
At another session. Rabbi Rout-
tenberg was unanimously elected
president of the Rabbinical As-
sembly. The delegates reaffirm-
ed the organization's endorsement
of the civil rights bill now before
Congress and urged its members
to take all necessary steps to
move the Senate to passage of the
bill without crippling amend-
ments.
The delegates, in another reso-
lution, expressed deep concern
"over the plight of our Jewish
brethren in the Soviet Union" and
expressed their determination to
protest the plight of Soviet Jewry
The administration of the Rabbi
nical Assembly was urged by the
convention to implement the tol
lowing recommendations with re
gard to Soviet Jewry:
1. Appoint a continuing com
mittee as liaison between the Rab
inical Assembly and other nation
.il bodies; 2, Convene a special
iXonference of the Rabbinical As-
sernnfy frihTn the year to analyze!
.study and discuss the problem of
the treatment of Jews in the Sov-
iet Union; 3. Set aside a session
of the 1965 convention to survey
\ the situation and the progress that
has been made with regard to the
status of the Jews in the Soviet
Union.
Nazi Who Fled
Off to So. Amer.?
Continued from Page \-A
and admitted he had unlocked six
prison doors for fhe Nazi! who had
been a comrade from Nazi labor
camp service days. The Nazi was
picked up by a waiting car and
driven by Herman Gutteck, a for-
mer cellmate, to the Klausheide
airport where the couple took off
tor the Basle Mulhouse airport.
There they took a train headed for
Central Switzerland. Brunswick
police arrested Gutteck.
Hesse state officials said it ap-
peared that some kind of a Nazi
underground organization was ii
existence
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(Swing to
March to
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DParade to
Move to
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for GOVERNOR
Jack Mathews has waged an honest campaign
without phony promises.
A FAIR SHARE FOR DADE
MatheWS favors state medical aid for senior citizens!
MatheWS iaVOrS establishment of local committees on human relations
problems!
MatheWS favors a stron9 *'ngle agency to promote tourism more
effectively!
MatheWS favors fair reapportionment based on population!

*
Alaffiews favors protection of our natural
resources by strong ordinances
against pollution!
MatheWS is against any new tax on food
or medicine!
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im. r.i,ii A*, i
St. Petersburg Jimes Editorials
"The policy oj our paper in very ,impUmertjx HpffS\ tT.u,h" .
' "Paul Politer, publisher, 1912-1950
MMW P* 14* Peeee M4-UI1 W4.y, April IT. 1**4
11 U.S. Senator For Florida \
Salary 522,500. Term Six Yean, .t ^_^ -
Salary 522,500. Term Six Years.
Democratic primary: Incumbent,
Spessard L. Holland, 72, Barlow t.
/. Brailey Odham, 44, Orlando. Re-
publican nominee: no opposition lo
Claud* *, Kirk. Jr., 38, lacktonville.
Florida chirm; the next six
years must not settle tor second-
class education, jobs, roads, rec-
reation, agricultural and Industrial
development or second-clan cit-
izens because of age, faith or color.
Floi Ida needs all the strength of all
its citizen* In the years ahead and
free citizens have the greatest
strength.
Former President Eisenhower
says federal defense expenditures
can be cut by one-fifth or $10 bil-
lion. This would reduce jobs in
Florida percentagewise more than
most states. In addition, a million
new jobs must emerge from new
services and new industries to
keep our growing population gain-
fully employed.
RESEARCH AND a willingness
to embrace new techniques in edu-
cation training and retraining
arc keys to the dynamic Florida
that must compete in an expanding
economy to meet the rising needs
of all the people in Florida, Amer-
ica and the rest of the world.
To accelerate all this, we re-
spectfully urse Florida Demo-
crat* to e.ist their votes for
Brailey Odham f'>r IS. Senator
In the May 5 primary.
Odham is only 4-1 but he is sea-
soned with abundant business and
political experience. Bom in Geor-
gia, his family moved to Florida
when he was a child. Odham has
served in the Florida Legislature,
has made Iwo strong races for gov-
ernor, and as chairman of the
Milk Commission under LeRoy
Collins became known as a friend
of the consumer in resisting rigid
retail price fixing.
Voter Appeal
As a businessman he has built
millions of dollars worth of houses,
industrial buildings and' nursing
homes. He has a grasp of the prob-
lems of the elderly. He wants to
increase their ability to hold jobs,
just as he wants younger people
to have more employment opportu-
nities. We like his direct, business-
like thinking that more people on
m trma wammm
RR\n.KY ODIUM
. The Timrs' rhoirr.
payrolls will mean fewer people on
relief rolls. This is the kind of pre-
ventive health and economic medi-
cine that appeals to the common
sense of most voters.
HOLLAND'S CHALLENGER is
for a highly competitive two-party
system. He thinks the country
should always have a vice presi-
dent, instead of sweeping the deli-
cate question of succession under
the rug. After long and adequate
debate he thinks the U.S. Senate
should be able to pass bills by a
simple majority. Instead, under
the Senate's own Rule 22, a small
minority can bring the whole legis-
lative branch of our government
to a halt by parliamentary tricks
and relay teams of speakers. Leg-
islation becomes a matter of phys-
ical stamina rather than per-
suasion and reason.
Odham knows that the integrity
of Congress is under question by
the people, because of the Bobby
Baker case and numerous ex-
amples of lawyer-congressmen
pushing or opposing bills and de-
cisions affecting their firms' cli-
ents. He would bave legislators
publish their personal accounts in
official records just as they re-
quire key figures on the adminis-
trative side to do. He taunts Hol-
land's refusal to make full dis-
closure, and failure during 18 year*
la the Senate to do anything about
conflict-of-interest in that body. By
making hill disclosure aa a
number of congressmen have dona
Holland could aet a high ex-
ample for his colleagues. We are
confident such a move would not
embarrass him. He chose a career
of public service, not the road to
wealth. We know him as a gentle-
man of high personal integrity. But
on the question of disclosure, his
haughty attitude is not responsive
to the moqd of the people today.
Three Senate Terms
Because we have profound re-
spect for him and his devotion and
contributions to Florida. The St.
Petersburg Times has supported
Holland in his races for governor,
and three terms in the Senate dur-
ing the past quarter of a century*.
Regretfully, we have watched his
mind close to the ever-new prob-
lems in this topsy-turvy but excit.
ing world. He has become queru-
lous and often bitter and angry at
this sea of change, which he and a
few of his Southern colleagues try
in vain to sweep back.
THIS IS NOT a pretty picture-
f.-vr Florida's foremost national
representative to maintain. He
takes it as a personal affront that
$12,000 of unregistered contribu-
tions to his "pre-campaign" have
been regarded as a violation of the
spirit, if not the letter, of Florida's
famous "Who Gave It Who Got It"
law.
His strategems and bugaboos on
the civil rights bill passed by
the House of Representatives 290
to 130 ft* eal that he is out of
tune with today's world. He would
turn back the clock to the dis-
credited doctrine of "separate but
equal" schools which failed to pre-
pare the Negro for adequate oppor-
tunity to Join the workforce of his
country. Holland refuses to recog-
nize that millions of Negroes in the
South many in Florida fear
for their physical safety and their
jobs if they try to register and
vote.
Holland is a kind man, but he
seems to lack the compassion to
understand that refusal of service
at a filling station or a store can
hurt a human being even more
than a physical attack on his per-
son. He raises the specter of mis-
cegenation in his arguments before
the Senate, and even says the Ne-
gro likes his ghettos and slums and
inferior schools.
MOST OF THE YOUNGER
members of Congress from the
South sense the winds of inevitable
change. On Easter Sunday 35.000
Birmingham citizens, about equal-
ly divided between Negroes and
whites, turned out together to hear
Evangelist Billy Graham. Many
Southern House members didn't
trouble to vote against amend-
ments to strengthen the civil rights
bill. They note the changing stance
of such men as Governor Faubus
of Arkansas, and the militancy of
church groups that regard segre-
gation as a moral crisis that must
be met. -
A Younq Southerner
Brailey Odham is a young
Southerner who upholds President
Johnson's stand that 100 years has
been long enough to debate the
question of whether all citizens
should have equal opportunities.
If elected to the United States
Senate his voice will be a new
and refreshing one from the
South.
A current swells to get the clvlt
rights bill passed. It will not solve
all today's problems, but it will
open the way for all men of all
faiths and color in all areas to
solve them.
MEANWHILE. THE PEOPLE
want to address themselves to
some of their other pressing needs.
Florida and the other 49 states
cannot afford to hold up their mas-
sive transactions because of par-
liamentary deadlock, or the ques-
tion of who stops at the wayside
Inn.
Therefore we urge Florida Dem-
ocrats to nominate Brailey Odham
for the U.S. Senate on May 5.
JWr. Paid Pol Adv. b) Bratle) Odham Campa m i in I


Tage 14-A
fjeHisijfhridiar
Friday. May 1, 1954
Capitol Spotlight; By JESSIE HALPERN
Young King Hussein Roasts Between Frying Pan and Fire
w *" ____.,..1 winuHiim 11 is apparent that any upheaval ,, ,.k
Washington
THE GENUINE spirit of the
Washington welcome given to
Jordan's King Husseju wab mar-
red somewhat when the young
monarch told a press conference
he nuglit have to "look elsewhere"
if he- were unsuccessful in obtain-
ing additional military aid Ironi
I- 'he .t'niied States
The workings of international diplomacy are nev-
er without complexities, ami too often, are not par-
ticularly satisfying. For Jordan Hussein this has
I een especially true. Jordan is neither a wealthy
nor pon.-e.rrji nation. Caught very much between
the intricacies of the struggle lot Arab supremacy
Hussein has more than occasionally been the ob-
ject ol the pressures of more powerful Arab coun-
tries, as " assassins, while United states assistance to Jor-
dan has totaled about SMS million since 196*. Hus-
sein nii.de 11 quite clear that he is worried about
the present cutback.
Since iast January's Cairo sum mil conference,
tie world has witnessed B reasonably quiet Middle
1 tern secne At the conference, age-old enaatttes
between Hussein and the bellicose Naseer were
presumably cleared upat leael for the time be-
\n equallj important outcome ol the 13-state
col [ rence v as an apparent deeision to forego a
present military thrust against Israel regarding
the Jordan River irrigation scheme, and instead
attempt to ..'.wart the Israeli-' plan, via economic
and technical intervention
I. congenial though he is, the Jordan King,
in talks with President Johnson, also made clear
his feejing* thai it was "too late'" to gl Arab
agreement for the decade-old-plan ol the late Brie
Johnston (qj an equitable Jordan River project.
lit is not clear actually "hat "too late" mean.-.
Since the Arab governments rejected that plan ten
year- ago, although their own technical expert,
approved it.)
why u Hussein Invited to the United states
and why did he accept the invitation? There is

UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Impact of Disclosure
United Nations
At no time in the hiitnay ol the Unit-
ed Nation., have so many diplo-
mat- here shown as much concern tor
In issue exercising Jew- a, thei Have
d.splayed in the recent disclosures Ol
Soviet anti-Semitism. This is true not
only of envoys trained 111 the Western
tradition. It is wen more true ot those
Ereta countries only recently oMBsansaal
pi daily of African*.
On the whole. the days here are -low now The big-
. -t IN show" under way at present 1- being held at
eneva waeaa 131 nations, including Israel, are attend-
H. a world C01 lerence on tradea long, three-month
arathonj intended to aid underdeveloped countries
here is another marathon going on here. Kor months.
24 member committee has been discussing how to into
lement a previous Assembly resolution on granting
dependence to colonial states. Among the members
I that special committee are Atricans. ol course. BOJ
ic Communist Hoc Is also well represented on tins group
and the represent at ires from the Kastera countries
ear from the Africans. They hear not only about col-
liali-mbut also about Soviet anti-Semitism,
The recent disclosure* about the publication ol the
iti-Semitic book. "Judaism Without Embellishment in
lev, made a sharp impact on diplomats who are eon
-cious of all oppressions. Many followed avidly, also.
ic news report- about the Conference on Soviet Jew*)
^eld recently in Washington. A number ol recent pub-
cation, on the theme of Soviet anti-Semitism were wait
irculated here, although inlormally, and received a
. reat deal of attention.
Two ol the +uiblication, that brought -harp reactions
ere were a Current Jewish AUair.- pamphlet i,-ued by
1 Farband-Labi.r Zionist Order, under the title "Meet-
g3 and History ol Soviet Jewish Policy:" and an article
i New Politics, a quarterly journal, entitled 'Judaism
.ithout Embellishment': Recent Documentation of Ru.,-
an Anti-Semitism." Dr. Judd Teller was the author Of
ie first; Dr. Moshe Deeter of the second. The Teller
00k also carries an analysis by Deeter ol a letter sent
Louis Segal, general secretary of the Farband. by
imatoli 0 My-hUov. first secretary of the Soviet F.ui-
assy in Washington. Mr. Segal had inquired about Sov
t anti-Semitism. In the opening sentence ot hie repay,
Ir. Myshkbv stated: "The policy of anti-Semrtixm has
.t existed and does not exist in the Soviet Union."
A well-known African diplomat looked at that sen-
tence and guffawed loudly. But it was bitter laughter
He recognized the statement as an absolute lie He was
ngered by the Myshkov assertion, and by all that follow
ed. He .was angrier still by the fact that Russians and
ther Communists here have been saying the same thing
' him in private. He carried his reaction one step
j.irther.
M question that the United States to"**"*"
maintain,,,, stability in '^ V?t SLXitl
maintaining Hussein as King of the HaslumiU
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPUN
He Understands
Rhythms of Love
ALEX AUSTIN
to look like
tlu> one does
THE BRIDE. By Alex Austin. 349 pp. New York:
Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 383 Madison Av.
$4.95.
BOOKS TO A reviewer are like a special garden
111 which one till- and reaps: endlessly arriving.
thev wait inscrutably on the shelves for their turn
at springtime, for the sprinkling ol judgment which
will nurture or rot them. There
are all sorts ol judgment; there
is the pro-cy kind learned in
classes ol criticism, bound by
the walls of structure and lan-
guage and studded with classical
models; there 1- the empirical
erosion of this cold lormality.
which recognizes that values dif-
fer from age to age and person
to person; there are personal ab-
horrence* and delights, bred and
lecretl) growing in dark place-
of the soul: there is that fright-
ening final arbiter, taste, from
which there is no appeal, and
which has as many faces as
love, and a, little definition.
It is the critic's joy to
categorize: this one is stunt
ed and deformed, that one tries
an earlier, more beauteous flower:
well In special soil, thst one is adequate for a see-
siin. But occasionally a book come- along which
plants itself so firmly in one's mind thstif 1 may
finally drop this insistent metaphorit Ihes by
ail the categories and springs into a burgeoning
life all its own.
Alex Austin's new book. "The Bride"which
is a ver) bad titleis about a Jewish girl. Kate.
who marries an Italian boy, Jack, and gene to
work in the sophisticated New York otfice ol a
slick woman's magazine. There she meat*, ol
course, another world, and. inevitably, another
man: and in his greater knowledge she meets,
finally, herself.
But this is not the usual story ol a farewell to
innocence It 1- a passionate plea that it is tins
dedicated integrity to body, as well as mind, which
is the IH'A innocence ot our time Saroj an -like,
it is a powerful, sentimental. uaselfcOBScinua joj
in a laughing and clean sexuality, a recognition
Ol body and heart, an unccrchral pleasure in emo-
tion it is a reaction against the endless indul-
gence in analysis and a return to something ele-
mental and pure
And it is all done, this she-change, with "it
and warm sensitivity, the kind that will make
women wonder thai men know so much about them
one might question, perhaps, the rapidity with
which the young Kate gives in to the truth Dl her-
sell. and. strictly in character terms, her ability
to attract the worldly libertarian who become- her
lover: but telescoping 1-. alter all, an authi r -
licen-e
Alex Austin, who in addition to being a uc*
cessful novelist, is also a professional jasi drum-
mer, knows the rhythms of love well; he should
play variations on his theme with increasing -kill
and with that earthy abstraction which 1- his trade
mark
Off the Record;
Kingdom. It is apparent that any upheaval with-
in .Ionian would only serve to renew Middle East-
ern tensionsboth among Arab states and between
Israelis and Arabs. United States aid to Jordan
over the past seven years is consequently under-
standable.
Hussein's invitation is probably not unconnect-
ed with President Johnson'* invitation to Israel's
PriflM Minister Eshkol. However, the extensive
juggling of schedules to put approximately -i\
weeks between the two state visits suggests an
attempt by the United States to assure all that
there is no substantive connection between ths two
officials calls.
It is presumed that King Hussein's primary, re-
sponse to the Johnson invitation was a desire to
discuss aid. Hussein has long been under attack
from Nasser and other Arab leaders tor l
dependent upon assistance from "Imperialist na-
tions A lew years ago Arab powers strongly
isted that Hussein instead seek "Arab assist,
ance." Hussein's experience with Arab aid.
however, turned into a fiasco: the promise* i.evei kepi and after being cajoled to renounce
British financial support, he had to come to tHe
United states for necessagji assistance Too.,;, uk ,
United States is the main source of Jordan- ecoa "
omie support, with Britain second, and various
loans coming from an array of other countries
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Shared Time Proposal
A PROPOSAL FOR widespread adop-
tion of the Shared-Time Education
Plan 1- gaining support in many par's
of America; and it would be best lor
you and your children and grandchil-
dren it you did not skip this subject and |
turn over to see what Cassius (.lay 1-
sayiraj about the tight game instead
Sharcd.Time dates clear back to
Pittsburgh and 1911 But it lightens up
the skies over W..-hington these days because some goal
hearted people see in the proposal a chance to take the j
heat off the gnawing tension over plans for federal a*
to parochial and other private schools. ,4
What is Shsred-Time. or the "Dual School Enrorj
ment Plan as some religious educators like to call if
For the man 00 the avenue, let's say it means tin:
children attendu, ( catholic Parochial School- Jewuii
Hay Schools, and Protestant full-time Religious -
leave their claaatOOSU to ga In to the public schools '.or
instruction in such subject- a- chemistry, physic-, mathe-
matics, foreign lassjawgen, physical education, dome**
science, and manual training. Not much that IheolSB-
cal there Former Kiulewood New Jersey, Public Scar*
Superintendent Harry steams otter.- this delinii
"In simplest terms, the proposal consists
ing Of the -ehoid time Ol children between StatesUBpBrt-
id schools, which provide general education it
nominationally-acuaral context, and church-supported
-iIhkiIs which proceed with a specific denominational
religious eaaphasisi"
Magr Frederick G. llochwalt. director of I
cation Deportment of the National Catholic Welfare ton-
in-eiicc. in testilymu n-ceiitly before an Education 10m-
mittee of the House, chaired by Rep. Adam Clayton Po
ell of New York, placed in the record a partially-com-
pleted National Education Associstion survej 1
ol Shared-Time shaved that 280 public school -uperin-
tendsnts answering a questionnaire said the} art operat-
ing shared-Tune programs in their whool systems
111 other superintendents said they are considering tiicm-.
Furthermore. 35 states have one or more pub
systems operating some kind of Shared-Time program
Mtgr. llochwalt said further that 65 per ce| I tn*
superintendent- :e-ponding to the survey quest.
having Shared Plan programs said they would aawse
other school districts to provide such programs
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
The Cafe Royal is Now a Lost Way of Life
the Broadway opening this week
' o) Cab' frown, a musical salute to
the heroes of the Yiddish theatre and
the once green Second Avenue pasture,
that are now seared, reminde 1 me 1,..
in all the years that I have written about
New York's Lower East Sidewhere 1
was raised, grew into maturity and
aged I never once paused in length
over one ol its most uniquely eoionui
institutions, the Cafe Royal, where 1 spent more day,
and nights than I care to remember talking both about
the sacred and the mundane. discussing art. listening
to gossip, evaluating the girls, playing pinochle and
resting from the turmoil of the otherwise radiant avenue.
There were many stone.- circulating about the cafe,
among them one that its last owner won it in a pinochle
game.
However, whatever the legend, the truth IS'Ijgjj
one Ol the rarest enclaves in the world, a
the elite, the poor, the rich, dignitaries and >" ;
purists and gamblers and such disparate
writer, and actors.
Kor -ome reason I have never been able
the Yiddish poets and writers of belle lattres a an a -^
kept themselves aloui in on* corner ot the cai
by silent agreeraeat with the more talkative act" m
could tell which was the actors' corner bj iw (y
ance and the cxhlbitionrsm of its occupant-. '**-,
and the string of unusually, and at times ^
dressed woen. The corner where the wnteis <. ^
to congregate was ol ceerae more subdiK< ^y
though occasionally broken by a loud al,,'r, bv
tnggtred by a literary disputation and. "
political or personal feuding ,., iri ,ait )
The dapper aetora were beyond the pale ol mi
ers who had their sights on higher horizons.


Liday. May 1. 1964
* *.* Page 15-A
Levine Says He'll Restore Dignity To Court Here
I^H,
VICTOR LtVINl
'olish Envoy
xits Memorial
Continued from Page 1-A
[olic Churchthey are usurers,
immoral, live by trickery and
deceit ." and listed a whole
score of anti-Semitic canards.
At this point,-' Scntinal Editor
I Pishbein reported, "the Pol-
h Ambassador to the United
States, Edward Drozniak. who
lad -poken previously, began to
i st. Mr. Shumlin turned to
audience and asked whether
should stop speaking or con-
nue. shouts of 'go on* and ap-
se resounded through the hall.
Victor Levine is entering into
the final days of his campaign for
Judge of nib Juvenile and Domes-
tic Relations Court ol Dade Coun-
ty "with confidence in the people
that they will recognize the most
qualified candidate."
Levine points out that in 1963,
he was named by the President .
of the United States to a Special
President's Committee on Juven-'
ile Delinquency and Youth Crime.
In thi- capacity, Levine acted as
chairman of South Florida for the
Federal Bar Association ot the
President's Committee.
"There is a direct schism in
Juvenile Court today," he de-
clared, "among the judges now
serving. The fact is that the
court has simply lost its per-
sonal image in the community.
It is' in absolute ill-repute, and
if elected, I pledge to do my
beft to restore the court to the
role it should play in Dade
'He went on to tell how on the
final day of the Warsaw Ghetto
uprising, tne Germans mounted
their cannons in preparations for
the annihilation of the few
houses still stanrung. Poles by the
thousands, in festive attire, stood
outside the ghetto walls awaiting
the end At this point, the Polish
Ambassador, his wife and their at-
lache rose from their seats on the
platform and marched out of the
hall." i
County and the regard in which by-
it should be held here." A
I 30 years, coming here from Ne
York Levine. 50, graduated fro- i
local newspaper publications." the University of Miami La
Miami resident for more than School in 1937.
According to the candidate "T
have been actively involved with
children's groups all my life.".
He has served with a Shrine Com
mittee of 29'ers dealing with chil-
dren and their needs during the
winter holiday season. "In 1949,
I wont to Tallahassee, where
single-handedly I was responsible
for passing the Legal Aid Bill."
He has been active in the Va-
riety Club since 1948, is now a
past president of the club and on
Ihe Board of Directors of Variety
Children's Hospital. He is a past
president of the Dade County
Juvenrle Council.
According to the candidate, "I
taught at St. Theresa's Catholic
School in Coral Gables and was
a member of the Big Brother
Movement. Before coming to
Miami. I was a member of the!*
University Settlement, a social!
welfare agency for underprivileg-
ed children, and a member of
the Boy's Club of New York."
Married to the former Rosa-
lyn Daum, the Miami attorney
and his wife have four sons,
Paul 21, Stephen 19, Robert 17,
and Andrew 13. Mrs. Levine
teaches anti-Communism in the
social sciences in Miami Senior
High School.
""I have been endorsed by many
Senior Citizens group here also,"
according to Levine, "as well as
DAN KAVANAUGH
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE
STATE LEGISLATURE
(ALL DADE COUNTY)
ENDORSED BY:
DADE COUNTY SENIOR CITIZENS,
LABOR,
YOUNG DEMOCRATS ASSOCIATION.
PULL LEVER 19-A
IM. Pol. Ailv.
The Miami News
RECOMMENDS FOR
CIRCUIT JUDGE
Robert D. ZAHNER
(LEVER 4-B)
The New* recommends the run-
ilnlacv today of Robert /.aimer for
Circuit Court Judge in the lltli
Judicial Circuit,
Mr. Zaliner is
the former attor-
ney for the city of
Miami ami prior
to that served as
a municipal judge
of Miami. A vet-
eran of World
War II. Mr. /aim-
er served w itli the
Air Force in the
China Burma -
India theater. La-
ter he left cold
New England for
and at 28. began working his wav
through the I niversity of Miami
Law School. He entered private
practice of law in 1950.
Amiable of disposition and experi-
enced in judicial demeanor. Mr.
Zahner has the background, in our
a- a judge of the
DIGNITY
COURTESY
RESPECT
ZAHNER
Miami sunshine
opinion, to sit
Circuit Court.
The Miami News says:
4'. experienced in judicial demeanor, Mr. Zahner
has the background, in our opinion, to sit as a judge
of the Circuit Court."'
A judge who pledges a fair, impartial,
and courteous hearing for all people.
Pd. Pol. Adv.
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
1. RANDY CHRISTMAS graduated from the University of Miomi Business
and Law Schools.
2. RANDY CHRISTMAS served on the Miami City Commission 1953-1955.
3. RANDY CHRISTMAS served ns Mayor of Miami 1955-57.
4. RANDY CHRISTMAS was vitcd Outstanding Young Man of Dade Coun-
ty 1955. Awarded Jaycee Good Government Award 1955. Voted
Good Neighbor Award for furthering Latin-American relations.
5. RANDY CHRISTMAS during six years of Military Service flew 44
combat missions. RANDY CHRISTMAS was awarded THE DISTINGUISH-
ED FLYING 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 n member of the Miami Springs Methodist
Church, Mahi Shrine, lions Club, ond Moose Lodge.
TM Pol Adv.
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"I appreciate the privilege of having served
you in the United States Senate for eighteen
years...and I sincerely hope you will give me
the privilege of continuing to make the voice
of Florida important in our nation's capital."
SPESSARD L.HOLLAND
i United States Senator from the State of Florida


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inner Here Sunday
L,,nl1v elected officers and
L members of the y.mywha
Jreatcr Miami will be installed
I annual "Y" dinner dance
\ lay evening at the Kings
i and Country Club, it
I ed by Stanley Spieler.
r chairman.
|ard of Ihe central agency will
stalled. Installing of-
-.v ill be Harold Thurman,
, ident, Greater Miami
C .lion.
i YMHA Branch officers
L, stalled are Maxwell Waas,
I i; Herscbel Rosenthal,
rary president; Dr. .lack
I. q : ,11 Mrs Herschel Rosen
. i presidents; Mrs, Nathan
imon, secretary.
Ificers ol the North County
A Branch: Michael Salmon,
ident; Donald P.eiff. honorary
pdent: Aaron Gold and Robert
vice presidents; Mrs.
Ijyn salmon, secretary.
lard members for the coming
are Mrs. Richard Alper.
.lack Amazon. Abraham Ber
Iruin Christie. Marvin Gill-
, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gold.
[and Mrs. Samuel Gordon. Eu-
Ileiman. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
s, Mrs. Sol Nabutovsky, Dr.
Inuel Pushkin. Dr. Martin
initial. Mr. and Mrs. George
jimon. Mr and Mrs. Stanley
lor, Arthur Stein. Mrs. Max-
Waas. Louis G. Wechsler. Mr.
and Mrs. Martin White, and Dr.
Theodore Wolff.
North County YMHA Board tor
the coming year will include Mr.
and Mrs. George Ash. Mrs. Wilbur
.1 Blechman, Mrs. Howard Bren-
ner. Mrs, Norman Davidson. Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Denmark. Mrs
Jack Fain. Mr. and Mrs. Harolc
Greene, Charles Held. Isidore
llirseh. Mrs. Donald Reifl, Mrs
Seymour Wang, Mr. and Mrs Al
vin Wank, Mr, and Mrs. Maxwell
Weisblatt, and Mrs. David Yon-
,'\ er
A. Budd Cutler. "Y" president,
will report on the three years of
i is tenure. Greeting.- from the
United Fund will be presented by
Gen. E. A. Evans, president. The
Official part of the evening will
start off with Mrs. Donald Reiff
leading the assembled group in
the singing of the national an-
them Albert Ossip will present
the invocation, and Mrs. George
A. Simon the benediction, in con-
ned ion with the meal function.
The report of the Nominating
Committee will be given by Mrs.
Philip Samet, chairman. Joint in-
stallation ceremony will officially
place into olfice the officers and
board of the central agency, as
well as those of the Miami Branch
and the North County Branch.
There will be music for dinner
and dancing Chairman for the
evening is Stanley Spieler, a vice
in esident of the UY."
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:ussing success of the Cotillion at Temple Judea's spring
kroal are the instructors and chairman. Left to riqht are Mr.
id Mrs. Douglas Howell and Mrs. Melvin Schwartz, chair-
3n. Fall term reaistration is under way now for seventh
[id eighth giade boys and girls.
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Miami. Florida, Friday. May 1, 1964
Section B
Hostsses at the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
President's Ball on Sunday were (left to right)
Mrs. Ted Lotterman, Mrs. E. Albert Pallot, Mrs.
Harry L. Lewis, Mrs. Morris Lomaskin, Mrs.
Morris Blau, Mrs. Benjamin Oren and Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers. Some 5u0 guests, civic
leaders and friends of the hospital turned out
at the Doral Beach Hotel to pay tribute to
Cedars President Harry Lewis.
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Rose and Bernard Gold will tx1
|onored on Monday evening at
:;.'ih1 wedding anniversary Lag
rOrner celebration at Beth Tor-
Ih In honor of the oc-
casion, the Golds will be hosts
l<> Harmony Lodge BB members
Residents here for the past
fo\en years, the Golds are ori-
ginally trom, Columbus, <>..
where they have four children
pud 11 grandchildren Active
Jin local organizations, they are
members of Beth Torah. He-
brew Academy, Bonds lor Israel.
IHi-tadrut, CJA, and last week.
[Bernard was installed warden ol
|llarniony BB.
Miami Beaehite Edith R.
Zaager, Of the United States Air
Nurses Corps, was recently pro-
I noted to captain Daughter
1 Mrs. Roberta Zaager. the Lady
Captain is assigned to the nurs-
ing staff as an instructor at the
Medical Service School in Gun-
Iter AFB, Ala. Recipient of
I'wo fellowships, one from New
I York University and one from
Columbia U.. Capt. Zaager earn-
ed a BS degree in education and
nursing at NYU. and a BS in
nursing from Columbia U School
of Nursing Proud mother.
Mrs, Zaager. herself a dedicat-
ed worker, has been active with
just about every local Jewish or-
ganization in the area.
Mrs Ed Ginsburg. nee Rita
Kaplan, home for spring break
with husband. 9-month-old heir-
ess, and I brand new Bachelor
of Arts in Education degree from
the University of Florida ... But
its back to Gainesville for one
more trimester session for the
happy group while Ed completes
requirements tor his LLB trom
the Law School With that
behind them, they'll settle in
Dade County, which makes two
sets of grandparents absolutely
delighted That would be.
of course, the senior Kaplans.
Dottie and Leon, of Miami, and
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Henrietta Szoid Israel Award Here
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international Affair To be the Theme of Sinai Women's Fete
'An International Affair," fea-
turing fashions by Jordan Marsh,
will frllow a luncheon and cere-
monies at the Fontainebleau Hotel
luring which Mrs. Leonard A.
Wieit, president of the Women's
Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital.
will be reinstalled by Samuel Gert-
ner. executive director of the hos-
pital. The annual event, accord-
ing to luncheon chairman. Mrs.
Marvin Silvers, will take place on
I'riday noon.
The fashion presentation, ac-
companied by the music of Hal
Spears and his orchestra, will fea-
ture the commentary of Miss
Eleanor Gunby. fashion director
oi Jordan Marsh, and will em-
phasize travel and vacation wear
m the local and international
scenes. The collection will fea-
ture k) outfit! shown by eight Jor-
dan Marsh models.
Arrangements lor the program
were made by program chairmen,
Mrs. Lawrence Porter and Mrs.
Michael Gilbert
In addition to Mrs. Leonard A.
j Wien. Gertner will install the fol-
lowing Auxiliary officers for the
coming year:
Honorary president. Mrs. A. Her-
bert Mathes; vice president, ad-
ministrative, Mrs. Yale N. Levin-
'son; vice president, membership.
I Mrs. Carl Susskind; vice presi-
dent, services, Mrs. Murray Kern;
. vice president, ways and means,
' Mrs. Marvin Silvers.
Corresponding secretary. Mrs.
Mickey Michaels; assistant cor-
. responding secretary. Mrs. Samuel
Seltzer; recording secretary. Mrs.
Harvey Salomon; financial SOCre'
tary. Mrs. Samuel Wiesen. assist-
ant financial secretary. Mrs. Ralph
Duber: treasurer. Mrs Bernard
Spector; parliamentarian, Mrs.
John Owen
Currently, the Auxiliary has a
membership of 2.200 women, of
whom 500 are volunteers who con-
tribute some 7,000 hours of service
a month in many areas of the hos-
pital.
The Women's Auxiliary of Mt.
S-nai al-o conducts a "Remem-
brance Fund." from which monies
are made available for the pur-
chase of artificial limbs, hearing
aids, or clothing for a newborne
baby. Frequently, the fund also
pays the taxi fare to transport
indigent patients to one of the
hospital's 25 out-patient clinics.
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fee of the women responsible for the planning of the annual
|aikrtion luncheon of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. binai
Bc.'.al are Mrs. Marvin Silvers (center), chairman of the
) Mrs. Lawrence Porter (left) and Mrs. Michael Gilbert, pro-
ne :hairman.
:ademy Will Honor Faculty
Academy of Greater
ill honor the school's He-
. .1 English faculty during ]
la. ceremonies scheduled for
[p -n.. Saturday, May 9, in the
- erberg Dining Hall.
. lair is sponsored by the I
Dl Parent-Teacher Associa-
ir conjunction with the He-
Tcademy Women and He-:
B teademy Men's Organiza-'
tions
5am Rosner, president of
Vc ..eemy's PTA. reported that
event marks the second an-
celebration of "Yom Ham-
Known as Teachers' Day.
Ibi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
of the Hebrew Academy.
special tribute will be ac-
corded to those teachers who have
rendered more than a decade of
Hebrew Academy service.
They are Saul Proush. Mrs. Ruth
Becker. Mrs. Miriam Donnet
Mrs. Marjorie Ent. Mrs. Shushan
nah Spector Greenberg, Mrs. Esth
er Perach Kwitney, Harry Perach
Kwitney and Mrs. Bessie Stadlan
Chairman of the evening, Mrs
Zvi Berger. announced the follow
ing serving as members of the
Arrangements Committee;
Mesdames Irving Firtel. Leon-
! ard Adlcr, Albert Cohen, Mildred
Dearr. H. M. Kagan, Maurice Kell-
tier. Milton Gottlieb, Leonard Ros-
en, Lillian Meyer, Solomon Sand-
ier. Irving Seidel. Gabriel Shantzis.
and Daniel Zalis.
Mr. and Mrs Edward A. Moss
are parents of an 8 lb. 8'^ oz. baby
boy. Hugh Randolph', born Apr. 26.
New mother is the former Diane '
Marks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j
Izzie Marks. So, Miami Paternal
grandparents are Mr, and Mrs.
Philip Moss, of Miami Beach. The
baby's father is a Miami attorney.
First child. Stephani Belle, born
Apr. 17 to the former Leona Pu-
gach and Attorney Lester Rogers,
of 640 NE 31st St. Both parents at-
tended the University of Miami.
Grandparents of the new baby, all
localites. are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Rogers and Mrs. Rose Pugach.
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A boy, Richard Glenn, born Apr.
13 to Dr. and Mrs. Jack Wainschel,
of Alhambra. Calif., joins brother,
Larry Alan 2. Mrs. Wainschel is
the former Paula Misheloff. daugh-
ter of Mrs. Molly Misheloff, for-
mer long-time resident of Miami.
Steven and Christa Meyers an-
nounce the birth of son. Jeffrey
Scott, on Mar! 28 In Tucson. Ariz.
Paternal grandparents are Sam-
uel and Dorothy Meyers Paternal
great grandmother is Jennie
Koch. All are of Miami. Matern-
al grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Green, of New Jersey.
Steven Meyers, a graduate of
Miami Technical High, is a for-
mer staff sergeant in the U.S.
Army and served with the 24th Di-
vision in Augsburg, Germany, for
three and a half years.
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A futuristic space-age spiral of
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ancient rocks rough-hewn from
the hills of Jerusalem and King
Solomon's Mines that's the
American-Israel Pavilion at the
great World's Fair. Don'i mis* il I
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Lories* to far-flung retail's en
rouie o the Fair? Curry chicken
and you'll curry favor with V.I.V.'i
(Very Important Visitors) and vour
c> er-lov inn. ever-hungry ItM
crowd.
CHICKEN CURRY
'i cup Planters Peanut Oil
3 r.ups peeled chopped apples
1 cup chopped onion
1 clove garlic, minced
1 tbsp flour 1 tbsp curry powler
1 tsp salt 1 cup water
2'j cups cooked cubed chicken
cooked hot rice
Measure Planters OH into -killrf
Add apple, onion, garUc: saute un-
til union is tender. Klend in Hour,
curry and salt. Add water. Cook,
stirring, until mixture boils. Add
chicken. Cover. Cook over low heat
about 10 minutes: stir occasional!).
Serve with rice. Serves 4 iamouslxt
Share the flavor secret of the
world's great conks. I rom the
choosiest Chinese cooks to the
verj (ussiest I tench chefs, they
use peanut oil to bring oui all
the subtle goodness of extra good
ingredients. So go gourmet! i ook
with Planters 100 pure peanut
oil. the lighter polj unsaturated oil.
J\.i the Pavilion von stroll through
4,000years ojkaleldost opic J< -h
history,.. visit Bible-land, Babyl ".
Yemen, Europe, I <"" intericaand
vibrant new Israel. You < on shop in
the Mall, snack in the courtyard,
socialize with the friend!) young
Israeli hosts and hostesses
ll.i//k' them with a conversation
piece cake thai makes yon the talk
of the town!
SPICY CARROT KUCHEN
2 cups unsifted flour
211 tsps Royal Baking Powder
1: tsp baking soda s2 tsp
1 Isp cinnamon 1 tsp ground clo^s
1 tsp nutmeg 1' i cups Planters Oil
2 cups sugar 4 eggs, separated
l'-2 cups raw grated carrots
1 cup chopped Planters Pecans
la cup hot water
Blend Dour, baking powder, soda,
salt, spices. In bowl heat Planters
Oil and sugar until well blended.
Beat in egg yolks, one by one Mi*
In carrots and pecans Alternately
blend in dry ingredients and hot
water. Beat egg whites until soft
peaks form: fold into hatter Turn
Into oiled, floured 10" tube pa*.
Bake at 350' F. for 60-65 minutes or
until done. Cool in pan 10 minutes.
(Extra In-, ion-, with brown sugar
frosting! Makes one terrific 10*
cake.
if air comment: in your dailv fare
you naturally use Planters 100' ',.
pure peanut oil, the most delicate of
today's light oils. This kosherparve
polyunsaluiaied oil makes all your
Ci >ok ing so light, so deliciously light.
Look out for more news and nib-
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Town
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Friday
By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
Club is Special Family for Special People
It's a simple
solid house at
5960 SW 10th St
te the rooms
are impeccably
neat, the colors
muted. The din
ins room break
"act boasts a fe good pieces
i perfectly-shined silver. One
. with a child's faith ta
harm. pops out of bed. He is
joshed to the shadows. The
Wer son packs for his return
v college after a semester break
kl the door. hi mother's sand
.cries in hand, he pauses, shifts
. od then finally breaks to kiss
is tather good-bye. It :s a house
luch like any house on the
lock. Only in this house a
ry .th shape and sounds
- own. livesa memorv of
Ira Lichter is a Polish Jew.
I rnemory is of the Warsaw
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the Jewish people and yes. even
in some instances, the collabora-
tor. For myself. I chose to
and if I were to die. I
would not die alone I would
take some Germans along for
company.'"
Escaped the Ghefto
Ira Lichter escape* from the
Warsaw Ghetto He made his
way t a harder tttmm where, doe
to his proficiency :a German he
existed under the very noses of
hi> antagonists. There, he ac-
quired German Army clothes,
passports and papers with
stamps of his Mm design made
from potatoes Then, he went
back into the Ghetto
He dressed his old father m
C-e.-~.ar. Arrr.y clothes, his two
brothers m uniforms and escort-
ed them out of the Gher i His
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But in Miami, there arc
Flamingo Chapter Installs Sunday
Fta-i: Chapter. B'nai B'nta
Women, will ins ears for
the coming year or. S .^t a
fcaacheon at noon at the Park
Lane Cafeteria. 250 E 4th Ave .
Invocation will be given by
I Raws presafeat, Mrs Tec I
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Sacks president of
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go Chapter. which serves"The Hi-
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Miami who survived the concen-
tration camps. All of them have
lost their famihe-
Replacing the Lost
Ira Lichter has organized the
New American Jewish Social
Club of Miami. The program of
the club is to replace the fam-
ily that was lost.
"We refugee> have a common
memory and background. And
we hunger for Jewish life." >aid
Liihter 'We still have deep
traditions that want to share.
We mat to share our pleasure?,
-s .>ell as our memories And
that is why we have banded to-
gether in our club."
At present, the club is trying
to raise money to build their
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Pioneer Women Slate Activities
Pioneer Women, Club II, will
honor club president, Mrs. Ida
Liftman, with a Mother's Day
luncheon on Sunday noon at the
taleigh Hotel.
Mrs. Abraham Shedroff is
chairman. Mrs. Sadie Hubert will
give the invocation, and Mrs.
Hilton Green, Council president,
will be guest speaker. Entertain-
ment will be by Mrs. Louis Pack-
i r.
* *
A desert card party is being
sponsored jointly by all Pioneer
\ men's groups of Greater Miami
:,inl is to.take place on Monday,
[2:30 p.m.. in the Jordan Marsh
Miditorium. Proceeds will go to
. hild Rescue in Israel.
In addition to all club presi-
cuts. Mrs. Israel Gerstein. Mrs.
Jack Clutchman, Mrs. Bessie Ep-
v'enn and Mrs. M. Kleiman are
crving on the committee.
f a *
Mrs. Dora Oifenhendcn, presi-
True Sisters
Slate Installation
New officers for I'nitcd Ordci
True Sisters will be installed in
.eremonics on Monday. May, 18,
1:30 p.m.. at Hibiscus Temple.
955 Alton Rd.
Mrs. Morris Wcinberg will be
installed as president; Mrs. Jos-
eph Barchan, vice president; Mrs.
Merman Wolf, financial secretary;
Mrs. Max Ruthfield, recording
secretary; Mrs. Reuben Traven.
'rcasurcr; Mrs. Arthur Lee, men-
tor; Mrs. Ted Kaufman, warden;
Mrs. Martin Sosna, guardian; Mrs
Fred Fuller, trustee.
dent oT'Bebfl^Mclson ClubT^IM
called, a regular meeting tor
Thursday, May 7, at 1 p.m., in
Washington Federal on Normandy
Isle. There will be election of
officers and reports of the year's
activities by all project chairmen.
Dr. Celia Davis will report on
current events. Mrs. Samuel Of-
fenhenden is hostess.
Beba Idclson Club is also spon-
soring a Mother's Day luncheon
on Sunday noon. May 10, at the
Bel Aire Hotel. Mrs. Dora Oflen-
henden. chairman, will introduce
Cantor Hirsch Adler, of Temple
Emam-EI. in a group of liturgical
songs.
t> O ii
Kadimah Chapter. Mrs, Jack
Sills, president, will hold a reg-
ular meeting on Thursday, May
4, at Temple Zamora in Coral
Gables. Mrs. Jacob Raffel. chair-
man of the Nominating Commit-
! tec, will present a slate of of-
ficers prior to election.
There will be a white elephant
sale, chaired by Mrs. Fred Sand-
ier, for the benefit of Child Res-
cue. Serving on Mrs. Sandler's
committee are Mesdames William
Chase. David Bell. Celc Segal and
Clara Braun.
A sewing project for Temple Israel Sisterhood
has thus far resulted in the delivery of more
than 100 shifts, pajamas, tapestried laundry
bags, blouses and kerchiefs to juvenile girls
in detention at Dade County's Youth Hall.
Mrs. Tracy B. Hare, director of volunteer serv-
ices at Youth Hall, in cooperation with Mrs.
Edward J. Melniker, administrative vice pres-
ident of Sisterhood, activated the program in
February, the first of its kind for the benefit of
Youth Hall. All sewing is done by machine
and trimmed by hand in the Sisterhood Worl:
shop Room of the Sam C. Levenson Commur
ity House. Shown are some of the 25 ladie
of Temple Israel's Sisterhood involved in th?
sewing project. Left to right are Mesdames
Regina Bullock, Esther Goldstein, Henrietto
Heiner. Jennie Ferda, Edward J. Melniker, A-
min Brown, William Kay. and Herman E.
Neuhaus.
Asthmatic Home
| Meeting Slated
Miami Beach Chapter of the
Asthmatic Children's Foundation
was to meet Thursday, 8 p.m., at
I Chase Federal on Arthur Godfrey
Rd.
Dr. Meyer B. Marks, allergist
of Miami Beach, was to be guest
speaker, with question and an- j
swer period following.
Mrs. Jerry Resnick was to pre-
Kide at a brief business meeting.
Refreshments were to be served.
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+Jenist Ftcridiari
Friday. Mcv
Socialite ... Ay s^Jsabel U
rc-vc
Confirmed from Paee IB
and Bin Zion Gin-bur.;.
. Beach
Another bet-.' isi .- visit
Sn 9m f C >nneeticut.
dmi at Bard College. N Y .
- uith Phyllis. 17-
ghter of the Eugene
I South Miami .
The young ladies met last sum-
hen both were art majors
-chool in Stamford. Conn

Ahhhh. how sweet it is .
Pirt Janet Sue Rabinouitz will
rate her 16th birthday at
the Kings Ba> Yacht and Coua-
lub on Saturday noon
Mr ard Mrs Morris Rabinouitz.
3020 Brickell Ave will enter-
tain members of the family and
of the sub-deb's friends
Teen-ager Janet is a student
at Coral Gables High and will be
":.:.rmed at Beth David ill
24 She s also a member
bs. BBG Among the 75
- its ho will honor the pret-
ty Junior M -s ire her grand-
rs Mi V n is Mint* and
JAHIT BABINOWITZ
Mrs Jacob Rabinowitz Other
relatives attending include Mr-
Sol Goldstein. Mrs. Arthur Koff.
Mrs Cj MinU, Mrs Stan Mints;
Mrs Herman R and Mrs. Wil-
liam Fisher.
Mizrachi Women
To Honor Leading
Members May 6
Outstanding work and selfle>>
effort toward the building of the
Etersheba Vocational High School
m the Xegev will be honored at a
luncheon of Mizrachi Women on
May 6
One woman from each chapter
(! Mizrachi Women, through her
devotion, has earned the unani-
mous recognition of her fellow
workers and will be recognized a1
the luncheon
Honorees are Mrs Susan Sil-
verstem. Mr- Max Gluce. Mr-
Harold Zelkowitz Mrs Francis
Goldberg, and Mr.- Sam Herman
Rabbi Jonah Caplan will address
the lur.checn.
An original theme >ong will be
dedicated by the soloist. Mrs Leo
F&ul. to Mizrachi Women for their
accomplishments for children in
Israel
Aviva. Batya. Dov. Kmneret
and Miami Beach Chapter
combining to make the luncheon
at the Royal Hungarian Restau-
rant "one of the special event.- of
the spring season." accords:- I
Mrs Max Kewberger, and Mrs
Ethel Cursor., in charge of i
- Mrs I : Stone is eo-
Fl rida
Scrr.uei Gertner. executive director. Mount Sinai ricsr
shown with representatives of the United Order of Tr
ters who present their annual check to the hospitals
program. Left to right are Mrs. Morris Weiaberc i
ident; Mrs. Julian Ollendcrff. president of the Greater
Circle; Mrs. Ed Lewis president of Miami Chapter 4
Mrs. Fred Fuller, area cancer chairman. Miami Chap;
'- u
;e S:s-
3)0t|
::es-
'Y' Auxiliary Has 'Fun1 Day
ORT officers who are planning participation in the 1964 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal are deft to right Mrs. Louis Glasser, CJA
::.;:rman. special events; Mrs. Louis Baron. ORT Region pres-
ident; Mrs. Lou Jacobson, ORT Miami Beach Afternoon Chap-
ter president: Mrs. Herman Howard, ORT Region CJA chair-
man: Mrs. Margaret Newman Steam. Islanders Chapter.
Cantata Offered At Beth Am
Bt th Am Choir presented
The Seven Golden Buttons.'" a
cantata by Dr. and Mrs Ira Eis-
enstein. as part of the religious
service on Friday evening.
The choir is directed by Mrs.
Herbert Baumgard and will fea-
ture Cantor Charles Kodner. Mrs.
Sidney Fagin and Barton Udell.
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Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard will
serve as narrator
Members of the choir include
Mrs. Jerome Anapol. Mrs Robert
Grossberger. Mrs Edward Salem.
Mrs. Marvin Stenning. Mrs. Ellis
Tarsches. Mrs Bernard Abbott.
Mrs Harvey Aibel. Mrs. Norman
Ashbcs. Mrs. Marvin Feldman.
Arthur Lewin. Dr Stanley Wellins.
Lewis Gllhs. Herman Isis and
Wilfred Rose. Mrs Stanley Wei
lins is the organist.
At this service, tne menorahs in
the new sanctuary of the congre-
gation were dedicated to the
memory of Alex Kaplan, the 10th
anniversary of whose pa.--
was observed The menorahs are
the contribution of the late Mr
Kaplan s daughter and her hus-
band. Mr and Mrs. Si dl
Schreer.
Seniors Forming
New Group
Prekmir. meeting for the or-
of a senior Ml
group in Surfside took placi
week at the home of Dr ar.d Mr-
Herman Ausubel, 9048 Froude Ave
Attending were Mayor Lee How-
ard and Vice Mayor Dan I
of Surfside: Herman Gray son, a1
torney. president of
scciation of Surfside. -rid .V
Spiro. former pre>ident of the
Civic Group: Rev. Dr Chai
Meeker, of the Church by the Sea:
and Dr Lawrence Segal.
Also present were Rabbi Eu-
gene Labovitz. of Temple N'er
Tarn id: George Valentine, vice
president of Chase Federal Sav
ings and Loan Association, and
Eueene Schwartz, former mavor
of Surfside.
Dr. Ausubel was elected tern
porary president
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will hold an auction on Saturday
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I
... I APRIL SHOWERS
\ot ill April showers consist of raindrops.
[he shower at the Algiers Hotel for Airline Tus-
i who is marrying Larry Margohs was a
deluge o! gailj wrapped gifts. The brunch was
given in France! (Mrs. Fred) Abrams. Bob
;,. Vrthuri Treister, Rose (Mrs. Ted' Fire-
l-i ne, and fiances (Mrs. Charles) Oppenheim.
Ijhe decor was pink with cunning pink place
I, ,,. made us only Frances Oppenheim knows
|i Prances Abrams, acting as toaatmaater,
,im<| verse exclusively. Nell Ogle, a well-known
I ..mi poet read Some of her own love poems
Li! honor of the bride. Sue (Mrs. Ben) Margolis.
(Larry's mother, who is also a poet, wrote a
n especially tor her new daughter-to-be
(Among guests were .Mrs. Birdie Mazo. Ida (Mrs.
[Aaron) Reder. Ann (Mrs. Morris) Alpert. Reggie
,,i Newton) Weinkle. Harriet (Mrs. Stephen)
hlargolis, Ann (Mrs. Harry) Polasky. and Mrs.
|.\nn Broun
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[everyone was even
Carolsn and Judge Donald Barmack. with
Ipat and Harvey St. Jean, went off to West End
|lor the weekend. They played golf and fished
and went to Lucaya. They didn't bring any fish
home; they also brought nothing trom Lucaya.
* *
)NE FOR THREE OR THREE FOR ONE
Harriet (Mrs. Sheldon) Slotc has known for
long time that she and her husband were
moving to the big city, New York, of course.
The time came at last. But before she left, Del
I.Mrs. Raymond' Rubin, Miss Minnie Feinberg
and Mrs. Phyllis Garber took her out for dinner,
|hen to see the movie "Silence." It should have
keen named, 'Talkie, Talkie."
* *
1ATINEE
(.'lane (Mrs. Philip) Salmon with Frieda
[Mrs. Soli Leslie and her daughter-in-law, Renee
[Mrs. John > Leslie, lunching at the Country
aces ?..
Store before they went on to the Coconut Grove
Theater,
* s
DELIGHTFUL
That was the word to describe the bridal
luncneon that KdJth (Mrs. Solomon) Margons
gave tor Mary Abbott in the new Champagne
Room oi the Kontameblcau Hotel. American
Beauty colored satin streamers on the pink table
Cloths enhanced the long table with its center-
piece ol American Beauty roses and pink carna-
tions. Among those toasting the bride in pink
Champagne were her mother. Mrs. Jack Abbott,
grandmother, Mrs. w. J. Pancoe, aunt Mrs.
Frank Kb men, Mrs. James Abramson, Mrs. Irv-
ing Rothman, Mrs. Herman Leeks. Mrs. Sadie
Trcsky. and Mrs. Alexander Bobbins.
ONE FINE SATURDAY
Ellic Lipton took her three daughters, whose
names all start with "L," Lauren, Lisa and
Leslie, and Annie and Nancy Boaz and went
off in the direction of Old Cutler Road to pick
strawberries. The little girls' hands were pink;
their mouths were pink, too. They picked
strawberries and lots of yellow posies. But
there were enough berries for Ellie to make
jam which will be saved for a special occasion.
* i
LIKE THE HISTORY BOOK
Marilyn went with her husband, Harry, to
Washington, D.C., where he attended a national
board meeting of his fraternity, Alpha Epsilon
Pi. It was Marilyn's first time in Washington.
She saw the cherry blossoms in bloom, covering
the trees with clouds of pink cotton. She walked
through the Capitol Rotunda, that has been
seen so often on television. She went to the
White House and out to Arlington Cemetery to
pay her respects to a beloved President.
Marilyn who is so typical of the young matron
of today, summed it all up in these few words,
*'I am go glad that I am an American."
FRANCES LEHMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller, of 1500 Daytona Rd., and their grand-
daughter. Miss Lee Sharon Fryd. also oi Miami Beach, at New
York's John F. Kennedy International Airport about to depart
lor Israel aboard an El Al Israel Airlines jet for a vacation of
several weeks. Giller, director and senior vice president of
Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association and a di-
rector of Jefferson National Bank, is also a director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
lemployment, Peace, Education Seen
Major Social Action Issues Today
mploymcnt. peace and edu-
i are the major social action
1 of the times, according to
lour Samet. Florida regional
fector of the American Jewish
imittee.
peaking at the llth annual
(ting of the Miami Chapter of
Samet described the Negro
alution as a preview of a big-
crises.
loo many of us continue to
centrate almost entirely on de-
legation, the right to vote, and
employment practices," he
"Too few of us are aware
the technological revolution,
experts agree that our unwill-
ii u to deal with the real di-
-ions of the technological
olution make remote the like-
>d of equal opportunities in
Iployment for any minority
mips.'
I Meeting at the Dupont Plaza
lotel on Monday night, the
preater Miami Chapter flocted
prs. Charles H. Finkelstein as
new president. The first
nan to become president of
he local chapter, Mrs. Finkel-
lein succeeds David B. Flee-
(an, who was awarded a plaque
pr his "integrity and inspired
^adership."
The award was presented by
Iney Meyer, a chapter vice pres-
ent. Dinner chairman was Mrs.
jron Farr,
|1 a five-point program to meet
f- i challenges of human rela-
}"-, Samet called for greater
P>port of the Metro Community
lations Board, which he de-
fihed as "inadequately staffed
financed."
Elected to serve as officers with
Finkelstein were honoray
it. David B. Fleeman;
vice presidents, Alfred Boas, Jay
Janis. James R. Katzman. Dr.
Joseph R. Narot; secretary, Rob-
ert 1 Shapiro; financial secretary.
Myron M. Bchrman; treasurer, R.
W. Apte.
Elected to the Executive Board
were Rabbi Herbert M. Baum-
gard, Dr. Charles Bcber. Mrs.
Robert Berger, Julian I. Burg,
Morris S. Burk, Alvin Cassel,
Eliot M. Daniels, Judge Albert S.
Dubbin. Murray M. Dubbin, Mrs.
Aaron Farr. Dr. Samuel A. Feld-
man. Aaron A. Foosaner. Charles
Friedlander, Melvyn B. Frumkes,
William E. Gladstone. Melvin N.
Greenberg, Jerome G. Greene.
Dr. Morton Halpern. Marshall S.
Harris. Daniel Neal Heller, Rabbi
Samuel Z. Jaffe, Gerald Katcher,
Walter Kovner, Dr. Louis Lem-
berg, Ira E. Mogul, Kenneth If,
Myers. Van Myers. Richard A.
Pallot. Col. Nathan B. Rood, Dr.
Jack J. Rozen, Mrs. Raymond
Rubin, Howard R. Scharlin, Mrs.
Leonard M. Silverman, Judge Har-
old B. Spaet. Kenneth Treister,
Barton S. Udell. Stanley S. Watts,
Marshall Wise.
In addition, the following were
added to the Chapter Advisory
Board: chairmen, Lee Ruwitch,
Leonard A. Wien; Morris Lapi-
dus, Sidney Meyer, Harry Simon-
hoff, William Singer.
In his farewell remarks, Flee-
man announced the establishment
of a President's Award for those
AJC members who had made out-
standing local contributions to the
field of human relations. First
recipients of the award were Jul-
ian I. Burg, Jay Janis, James R.
Katzman, Mrs. Wm. Leone, Mrs.
Milton Margulis, Mrs. Leonard
Silverman, and Kenneth Treister.
ElECT...
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GROUP 14
Pull Lever
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A PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT OF MIAMI BEACH.
GRADUATE OF MIAMI BEACH HIGH and NATIVE FLORIDIAN.
"PROTECT YOUR TAGS, TAXES, AND TOURISM"
I'.l. Pol. Adv.
Mary Ann MacKenzie
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YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE FOUGHT & VOTED AGAINST
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MARY ANN
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banquet will be held May 6
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pletely covered with white
iridescent sequins, and with cav-
iar bead fringes spaced every
few inches apartfrom the bod-
ice to the hem. Mrs. Joseph
GarfieTd's white alencon lace"
sheath was over frosted pink
silk satin.
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** "V" decolletage, was worn
by Mrs. Harry Gordon. A sleeve-
less coral crepe was Mrs. Ike
Gordon's choice. Her gown fea-
tured black detail in radiating
lines from the wait, up the bod-
ice and down to the hem. Mrs.
Louis Gillman's pink chiffon was
a John La Roc he- Original from
Paris. Cut green velvet was at
her waist, and chantilly lace
formed her overblouse. The lace
was appliqued in scattered pat-
terns to the hemline.
White chiffon with floral
clusters of silver and green
beads was worn by Mrs. Mich-
ael Horwitz. Mrs. Abe Katz was
in a gold lamee brocade with an
a.-ymetrical drape across the
front of her skirt and ending
iv'th a flower at the waist.
Mrs. Oscar Levine's two-piece
white silk crepe featured a fit-
ted overblouse with a high slash-
ed neckline. Her floor-length
skirt wa a sheath. An import-
ed brocade in ice blue was worn
by Mrs. Arthur Kaufman. Her
matching three quarter length
coat was cut in the Oriental
motif. Silver caviar fringe at
the waist was the outstanding
feature of the white silk crepe
gown which Mrs. Jack Levin
wore. White iridescent sequins
were appliqued on the bodice.
#*EDARS oi Lebanon Hospital
** : -Id its second annual Presi-
dent Ball on Sunday evening at
the 1-aral Beach Hotel Honored
was Marry. L. Lewis, president.
;md 1 -r the occasion Mrs. Lewis
selected a floor-length gown in
ice "int green and aquamarine
brm. le. Her gown was draped
aen 5 one shoulder, and the
draj followed an asymetrical
line i impleted at the hemline in
a dri pe diagonally across from
the moulder.
E Albert Pallot was chairman
for the evening, and Mrs. Pal-
lot v jre a black reembroidcred
a lei n lace overblouse over a
uhi. strapless peau de soie
gowi A jet-colored metallic
thread was used to reembroider
the Trench lace. Auxiliary pres-
idei" Mrs. Ted Lotterman. was
in black floor-length gown
with -hort balloon sleeves in rib-
bon ^ace. Her neckline was cut
straight and high across the
Iron: and dipped low in back.
A > Iu i from India was used to
*rea$a the gown* worn J>y Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers. In emerald
Brew and gold brocade, it was
strapless, draped in the Oriental
style and had its own matching
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" silK floral print which
^Wencjed yellow and lilac flow-
*ers .'41 a field of ombre greens.
White peau de soie with a bell
silhouette skirt was worn by
Mrs. Michael Gilbert. Clear drop
crysrals adorned her elbow-
length imported lace sleeves.
Texturised gold lamee in an im-
ported fabric was the choice oi
Mrs. Harold Dunsky. Her shitt
was softened with gold-colored
silk chiffon around the scooped
neckline. The chiffon flowed
over the shoulders into panniers
in the back. White silk crepe
in floor-length elegance was
worn by Mrs. Edward Gamse.
Beginning j' the knee, the gown
war. swirte-i to the floor and
caught with a large self fabric-
bow.
Hot house pink silk chilfon
was the color choice ot Mrs. Dav.
id Stuzin. Her gown followed
the "A'-line silhouette and was
trimmed with a wide band ot
matching colored maribou feath-
ers at the hem. Mrs. Joe Bar-
chan's ice pink formal was em-
broidered with pink sequins on
the bodice. Pink crystal caviar
beads were strung into fringes,
which ended at the torso line.
A two-piece aquamarine gown
was worn by Mrs. David Hess.
Her fitted overblouse was heav-
ily beaded with silver bugle,
beads. Spring llowers printed
on a field of turquoise silk wa-
the choice of Mrs. Louis Hciman
Her bateau neckline was softh
draped, and the drape extender
across her entire bodice-
Porcelain blue satin was Mrs
Paul Faske's choice for the even
ing. Alencon lace created tin
bodice, and was appliqued neai
the hem of her gown. Satin
lined bugle beads- and looped
fringes of caviar beads trimmed
the lace. Petal pink silk crepe
was worn by Mrs. Samuel T.
Sapiro. Her gown featured pink
bugle beads in a geometric pat-
tern embroidered over all hei
dress, with the "V'-neckline ol
her blouson bodice heavily band-
ed in the beads. Mrs. William
Singer's gown was in white silk
crepe. Her fitted overblouse
featured an encrusted band o
silver caviar beads across the
hip-line.
Mrs. Max Pepper was in an
apricot colored silk; crepe gown
with her Empire waistline detail-
ed with rhinestones, caviar and
bugle beads. Her daughter-in-
law, Mrs. Marshall Pepper, chose
a white peau de soie gown with
emerald green and silver caviar
beads on the bodice. Emerald
green drop crysals created the
waistline. The day before the
ball was the day Mrs. Ben Es-
sens' gown arrived -from Hong
Kong. It was floor-length, com-
Miami Beach Chapter tf Hadassah HempM,ia ***
Will Install Officers on Monday
Nine of the 15 Miami Beach Ha-
dassah Groups have slated instal-
ations this week.
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Bay Harbor Group will hold its
installation luncheon meeting on
Monday, 11:30 am., at the Singa-
pore Hotel. Mrs. Rhea Gladwin,
councilman of Surfside, will be in-
stalling officer. Larry Blue and
his accordion will entertain.
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Henl Group will hold its instal-
lation celebration at the Amer-
cana Hotel on Monday.
O c ft
Israeli Group has slated an in-
tallation celebration for Thursday.
Vla-y 7. at the Algiers Hotel.
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Emma Lazarus Group will hold
-n installation bruncheon Monday.
1:30 a.m.. at the Barcelona Hotel
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. of Tern
le Ner Tain id. will be installing
-fficer.
Entertainment will be provided
y the Congress Octette, under the
lirection of Binah Barnett. Chair
nan of the day is Mrs. Johan L !
ierman.
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Morton Towers Group will hole'
its installation celebration on
Thursday. May 7. at the Algiers
Hotel.
Hanna Senesch Group will hold
j its installation bruncheon on Mon-
I day, 11:30 a.m., at the Algiers Ho-
j tcl. Irving Schulman. tornv>r
i mayor of Surfside. will be instal-
! ling officer. A narration with mu-
! sic. "A New Page," including an
original playlet in Hebrew by Re-
| becca Lipson. will be presented.
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ShateMM Group will held its in-
stallation luncheon on Monday
noon at the DiLido Hotel. Mrs. Nat
Barth. president of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah, wiU
be the installing officer. Enter-
tainment will be provided by
Harry Robinson, accordionist.
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Henrietta Szolc" Group will held
ts installation celebration on Mon-
,ay at the Algiers Hotel.
Stojrhon S. Wise Group will hold
t.s installation luncheon on Mon-
lay, 11:30 a.m.. at the Algiers Ho-
el. Installing officer will be Mrs.
Maurice Calm, and chairman of
he clay is Mrs. Beck Sussman.
Greater Miami Hemophilia
Auxiliary of Miami Beach will
hold its monthly luncheon meet-
ing next Thursday noon. May 7, at
the Bel Aire Hotel.
Geun, Stone
Plan for Fall
A fall wedding is being planned
by Susan Fern Van Geun and
Edward A. Stone.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Van
Geun. 4500 Filmore, Hollywood
Hills, and granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward P. Van Geun,
Miami Beach.
Presently employed at Jackson
Memorial Hospital, Miss Van Geun
is a graduate of North Miami High
and Jackson Memorial School of
Laboratory Technicians.
Her fiance is also a graduate of
North Miami High and served in
the U.S. Marine Corps for three
years. He is now associated with
Life and Casualty Insurance Com-
pany of Nashville.
The prospective- bridegroom is
the son of Mrs. Dorothy Stone,
2051 NE 170th St.
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Sun., May 3. M.B. And.
8:30 P.M.
Mon May 4. Dade And.
8:30 P.M.
Dedicated to
William Shakespeare
HECTOR BERLIOZ'
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JUUET"
A Dramatic Symphony

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LEGISLATURE
GROUP 7


iday. May 1. 1964
fJewlsti noricfiaun
idath Yeshurun
teelects Liedm'dn
\i the annual election meeting
k i Temple Adath Yeshurun
.; week, Joseph Licdman Ml
,.-,,i in a second term as pres-
Pnl hi Temple Adath Yeshurun
ii North Miami Beach.
Elected with him were Al Kess-
r, first vice president; Judge
Gpldstein, second vice
resident; William Platt, religious
:,. president; Charles Smook,
onorary vice president; Mrs. Dan-
! Bimberg, secretary; William
I,.-, treasurer; Gilbert Miller.
Inancial secretary.
Elected to the Board of Direc-
ts were Abe Cohen, Gerald
i. nklltl, Morly Kosoy, Murray
I ufman, Bernard Levy and Jack
Bcks
Samuel Katner was elected
hairman of the Board of Direc-
IIS
Other members serving on the
iard are Ben Falk, vice chair-
an. William Alter, Martin Be-
ll. William Gerstcin, George
reenberg, Morty Kester, Martin
Mac Kulich, Sam Ruben-
Be": Jacob Schoenfeld is an
pnorar) member of the board.
Installation of officers will be
bid on Friday evening. May 22,
w ith the Sisterhood,
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Mrs. Brenner To Head Section
THE MAN
is Dr. Robert Butler
THE POSITION...
School Board Group 2 at large
BUTLER IS FOR...
Your children and all children In Dad* County.
For Bible readme bolng preserved in our educational
system. For a complete upgrading of our educational system.
HE IS AGAINST...
The discord and antagonism which have prevailed
HIS QUALIFICATIONS...
light harmonious years on the school board, during which
time teacher salaries were increased, the Junior College
was established, orderly integration was accomplished,
*t*hle sessions were eliminated, spec a I classes lor ex-
ceptional children were initiated, buildings were increased
from 96 permanent buildings to 201 permanent buildings,
and many other wonderJul improvements were made,
HE NEEDS...
Your vote. Ho hopes fo gain your help through
contributions of either time or money.
Call 759-3330 or PL 7-4SSS
Seated (center) is Mrs. William I. Lirenn^r, ciew'y-slecied Dres-
ident of the Greater Miami Section oi NCJW. Left is Mrs. Larry
Hoffman, Shores Division president. Right is Mrs. Bernard
Loring, South Dade president. Standinq (left to riqht) are Mrs.
Elias Cohen, Lincoln Division president; Mrs. Irving L. Wexler,
Coral Division president; Mrs. S. Charles Fisher, Bay Division
president; Mrs. Robert Somerstein, Islands Division president.
Not shown are Mrs. Emanuel Palgon, Evening Division pres-
ident, and Mrs. Milton Gross, Indian Creek Division president.
German Jews
See Selves As
Jews in Germany
By Special Report
"The German Jews prefer to
call themselves Jews in Germany.
Though they are a protected mi-
nority today, they continue to leel
overshadowed ami deeply affected
by the past. Personal adjustment
is difficult. And. too, they are
crushed by the contempt in which
they feel they are held by the
proud Jewish C o m in u n i ti e s
abroad."
So says Gertrude Samuels, a
newspaperwoman who recently
visited Germany, reporting on
what she found in an article ap-
iicaring in the current issue of
Harper's Magazine.
Mi-s Samuels says that there are
about 30.000 Jews who, having
survived Hitler years, have elect-
ed to live again in the country of
their people's ordeals.
Among other facts reported by
Miss Samuels in her Harper's
article are:
' Only a small percentage of
the 30,000 Jews, perhaps 5,000, are
of German descent. Most of the
others are Eastern European Jews
who were in the German camps
after the war, or fled into the Ger-
man Displaced Persons Camps
' from the postwar, anti-Semitic ex-
cesses in East Europe.
Because of the Icelings of
insecurity, many Jews in Ger-
many have kept dual nationality
and dual passports. Certainly
lew families want to keep their
children in Germany,
BUTLER
SCHOOL BOARD
Group 2 at large
M. Pol kiv
Summer Spent
At an Ulpan
"Summer in an Israeli Ulpan,"
: \ week intensive course in He-
.row for serious students of the
language, is being offered this
summer by the Department of
Education and Culture of the Jew
isb Agency.
Designed to meet the growing
. need for summertime Hebrew
'i language study under optimum
conditions, this summer's pilot
inject will be under the direc-
tion of Dr. Shlomo Kodesh. head
)! the Israel Ministry of Educa-
tion's Adult Hebrew Language
Study Section, who is now serv-
j ing as consultant on Hebrew lan-
, uiagc studies in the Department
Of Education and Culture of the
Jewish Agency-American Section.
Dr. Kodesii was recently in
Miami and conducted a seminar
for Hebrew teachers and Jewish]
"educators under the auspices of
the Bureau of Jewish Education. '
Information is available at the
. Bureau of Jewish Education.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers will
install her sister-in-law, Mrs. Wil-
liam I Brenner, as pies dent oi
the Greater Miami Section, Na-
tional Council oi Jewish Women,
at a 10:30 a.m. brunch on Wednes-
day, May Club.
Mrs. Raj mond It. Rubin, retiring
president, will present her report
through a musical extravaganza.
"The Besf oi Everything."
Other Section officers to be in-
stalled are vice presidents, Mes-
.lames Theodore Bcrman. Edwin
Oppenheim, Harry Orleans. Jess
Spirer, Harold Zeeman: secretar-
ies, Mesdames Morris Futernick,
Ben Zion Ginsburg, Burton Gold-
berg. Michael Mcrscl: treasurer.
Marvin L. Zank.
Division officers will also he i
stalled by Mrs. Meyers. Pre-
dents are Buy. Mrs. S. Charl
fisher; Coral. Mrs. Irving I. Wi
ler; Indian Creek, Mrs. Milti
Gross; Islands. Mrs. Robert Souk
stein; Lincoln. Mrs. Elias Cohe
Shores. Mrs. Larry Hoffman; Sou I
Dade, Mrs. Bernard Loring
Evening Division will hold
installation on the same date.
! p.m.. at My Brother's Place, 12.
Ponce de Leon Blvd. Theme w '
j be "Tip Vour nai. a musical s
lute to outstanding members. Mra
i William I, Brenner, newly imtts
I led Section president, will inst; I
Mrs. Emanuel Palgon new pre-
dent* of Evening Division.
A Real Senator for Dade
Not North Florida!
BOB HAVERflELD shown with hit law partner, AlfMD AR0N0VITZ.
nephew of Miami's late mayor, ABE ARCN0VITZ.
NOW is the time to unite to elect a Senator who will
really represent Dade, not North Florida's "porkchop'
counties and special interest.
NOW is the time to support BOB HAVERflELD, former
County Commission chairman and protege and law
partner of the late Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz.
NOW is the time to vote for BOB HAVERFIELD and his
program of repeal of 1963 auto tag increase .
opposition to any new taxes on groceries and medi-
cines ... a fair share of state income to Dade .
Adequate pay to teachers through taxes on North
Florida minerals.
Fight Porkchop Rule!
Elect BOB
HAVERFI
STATE SENATOR
^-JTGHT ALITIKTAT5 INCREASES**** >
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Friday, May I
Candidates Preparing bi Showdown on Tuesday
Candidates in state and local races are making their tinal bid
this weekend for elections on Tuesday. For further listings, see other
sections.
Cliff Herrell
State Sen. Clitf Herrells sup-
porters call him education's
most effective voice in Tallahas-
see, evidenced by his record dur-
ing the six years he served as a
member of th House of Represen-
tatives and four in the Senate."
In his bid for reelection, tit-rre'l
Mates. "I sponsored the bill which
created the Dade County Junior
College where 10.000 students arc
row enrolled. In 1963. 1 introduc-
ed and helped pass the $4.3 mil-
lion tor new textbooks, teachers'
pay raise, and worked for pass-
age of the Professional Practises
Act and repeal of the Competency
Awards Law.
"1 have worked in behalf of
Senior Citizens and helped pass
the present State Commission on
Aging and co-introduced legisla-
tion to provide for the complete
payment of medical bills for hos-
pital and home nursing care lor
jualified senior citizens."
4*4
Spesjjrd Holland
Sen. Spessard L. Holland dis-
cussed his position on the Civil
.Rights Bill and medical aid for
Senior Citizens again this week
during his campaign for reelection
to his Senate seat.
On Civil Rights, the Senior Sen-
ator from Florida stated, "I am
for a Civil Rights Bill, It's badly j
needed, but I think we should give
the issues involved a little more '
consideration. The Bill says that
a violator will be tried by a judge
no jury. I believe that no man
should be told by anyone that
be no longer has a choice of em-
ployees.
"I am also for aiding Senior
1'itizens in their fight lor medi-
cal aid, but I think there is a bet-
tcr plan than medicare, which
only provides for those Senior
Citizens covered by Social Secur-
ity. It is my judgment that we
.ho'ilil take care of every Senior
Citizen, not just those who pay-
Social Security."

Arthur Young
Active civic worker Arthur
Young, in his bid for the State
Legislature. Group 14. states, "as
state vice president for the Jay-
cecs. I covered over 50.000 miles.
"It is obvious that Dade Coun-
t> does not receive her fair share
of road funds, and we support 25
percent of the state budget. Let's
dig into that budget anu tind out
why."
Member of a pioneer family
which settled in 1864 before mov-
ing to Dade County, Young, whose
father is 74 years old, says "I live
vith the problems of Senior Citi-
zens every day. If elected. I will
help provide health or geriatric
linics. with good transportation
to them."
Martin P. Shachat
"I offer five years of experi-
ence." says Judge Martin P.
Shachat. making a bid for reelec-
tion to the Judgeship of Dade
County Small Claims Court.
A combat veteran of World War
II, and a 1951 graduate of Miami
Law School, Judge Shachat serv-
ol as Municipal Judge in North
Miami Beach from 1953 to 1955.
and again from 1958 to 1960.
"Since my appointment to the
Bench in July. 1963. I have heard
more than 5.000 cases." declared
Judge Shachat. who is a member
of the Florida. American. Dade
County and North Dade Bar Asso-
ciations.
Carey Matthews
State Rep. Carey Matthews, in
campaigning to retain his post
from Group 3. states that "the
people of Florida are entitled to'
be represented fairly and accord-
ing to their numbers in their leg-
islative bodies."
Ten years in the Florida House
of Representatives, Matthews
served as chairman of the Dade
Legislative delegation.
"In the 1363 session." he says,;
"I was one of the floor leaders'
in the fight for public schools and
the College Bond Amendments for
Higher Education."
A former Assistant Attorney,
;tnd a Marine combat veteran of
both World War II and Korea,
Matthews is presently a member
of the Constitutional Law Commit-
tee of the Florida Bar, American
Legion, and Miami-Dade Chamber
of Commerce.
o 4 a
Pcaaj#T? Mavwrfte4Q
"ReapportionrncBt is vitally
needed to assure Dade a meaning-!
ful voice in the Legislature," says |
Former Metro Commissioner Rob-,
ert Haverficld in his bid for the :
State Senate.
Elected chairman of the Coun-
ty Commission twice during his
term of office with the commis-
sion. Attorney Haverficld points
to his record, and states, "I will
continue to work for the best in-
terests of all the people in Dade
if I am elected Senator."
A Dade Countian for 17 of the
40 years he has lived in Florida, I
Haverficld is for "realistic assist-
ance to senior citizens, fair-share
school and gas tax return to Dade !
and all-out support of Intcrama."
He is against "unfair inventory
tax. auto tax increase by the 1963
Legislature, tax on groceries and
medicines."
a
Dante Fascell
U.S. Rep. Dante Fascell is run-
ning for reelection to the office
he now holds.
As an example of the wide va-
riety of activity in which he is'
engaged on Capitol Hill, Rep.
Fascell. who is chairman of the
Legal and Monetary Affairs Sub-
Committee. House Committee on
Government Operations, this week
TUESDAY MAY 5-VOTE FOR THE MAN
WHO VOTES FOR YOU!
RE-ELECT
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
DAVID C.
ELDREDGE

HE VOTED AGAINST THE BOOST IN AUTO
TAG RATES!! HE VOTED FOR REMOVAL OF
THE PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX ON BOATS!

Keep Dade's Most Experienced Representative Working
For You. Pull lever 14-A on May 5 for
Economy and Efficiency in Government.
I'd. Pol, Aatv.
reported that the subcommittee
is conducting a study looking to
the prevention of feuds between
the Federal Bank and supervisory
agencies.
Fascell is also chairman of the
International Organizations and
Movements Committee on Forcr'i
Affairs.
"United States ideological ef-
fort in the Cold War docs not
measure up to Communist politi-
cal propaganda actvities either
in organizational ability or in the
amount of effort expended in this
field," said Rep. Fascell.
The candidate promised, if re-
elected and returned to Capitol
Hill, to continue the wide variety
of his activities "bearing the best
interests of South Florida and the
nation in mind."
Fred Specht
A 30-year resident of Dade
County, Fred Specht has declar-
ed himself a candidate for the
School Board.
A member of many civic or-
ganizations, the 52-year-old insur-
ance executive states. "I have a
positive four-point program for
progress for the school.
"I stand for voluntary prayer
in the schools; for living wages
for all school employees; for uti-
lizing school grounds after hours
for supervised education; and for
obtaining necessary funds to
establish kindergarten classes."
*
Bernard Btrmin
In his bid for State Legislature
in Group 2, Bernard Bcrman,
Councilman of North Miami
Beach, pledges "to work in the
behalf of all Florida, concentrat-
ing on the benefits to be receiv-
ed especially by Dade County."
Major in the U.S. Air Force Re-
serve, Bcrman served as Special
Assistant Attorney General and
has been active in local civic af-
fairs.
"If I am elected. I will work
toward fairer representation for
Dade County, increased work-
men's compensation benefits,
more aid for our citizens and
more state park facilities for both
our visitors and our local resi-
dents," the young attorney has
pledged.
a a
Robert King High
In the full swing of his cam-
paign lor Governor of Florida,
Mayor Robert King High declares
that "my executive experience
with the city is a better qualifica-
tion for governor than experience
in the legislature could be.
"As mayor," High continues, "I
lived up to my pledge to econ-
omize and reduce taxes, and I
can do the same for the state.
"I shall also work for a new
formula for dividing gasoline tax
money among the counties. At
present, gas tax money is being
distributed on a formula based
on the population of 34 years ago."
Speaking to a Miami Beach au-
dience. High said, "1 plan to set
up a directory of skills for senior
citizens under direction of the In-
dustrial Commission, if I am
elected Governor."
V
Scott Kelly
Sen. Scott Kelly, in his bid for
the Governorship of Florida has
stated, "if I am given the power-
ful veto pen of the governor's of-
fice. I'll cut down every attempt
to put a sales tax on food and med-
icine, and if the current law on
milk price controls is not repeal-
ed by the legislature, I will ap-
point members to the Milk Com-
mission pledged to oppose price
fixing."
Speaking to a group of women,
Kelly called attention to his "ef-
forts to curtail juvenile delin-
quency."
As Mayor of Lakeland, Kelly re-
called "I was called to testify be-
fore the Kefauver Crime Com-
mittee why Lakeland had the low-
est juvenile delinquency rate for
its size of any city in the nation.
"What I did for Lakeland, I
would try to do for the state, work-
ing through the Florida Youth
Commission," Kelly added.
Hayden Burns
Jacksonville Mayor Hayden
Burns, in his bid for election to
the Governorship of Florida, has
emphasized that "top priority will
be given to building roads where
they will serve the greatest need
and the most people" if he is sent
to head the state in Tallahassee.
"This applies especially to com-
pletion of 1-95 from the Georgia
border south." Burns adds.
i "During the 15 years I served
as Mayor of Jacksonville." says
Burns, "business and industries,
in various categories, have In-
creased from 30 to 163 percent,
which I feel is due to my leader-
ship. I wish to lead the State of
Florida toward the same spec-
tacular improvement."
On Civil Rights. Burns is "in
total opposition to the bil
ing before Congress and w
it with every legal-me,
sible."
John E. Mathews, J-
Democratic gubernatoru,
didate John E. fMatheu-.
daining a "pie in the >k^
paign. states that "an hone
paign means an honest a
tration. and I don't belie
Florida can afford weak
ship."
Voted "Outstanding Mem
the Senate" in 1963. Sen N;
-ays. "I have no magic \\t
would enable me to givi
area of the state everyl
wants and still keep n,\.
but I am opposed to the <
tional amendment which i-
panion to the present stal
apportionment because l
think the Senate formula is
I9q
PMd.
fiaht
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can-
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that
carter-
let oi
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* ****************************** *>,
GROUP
2
Lever
41-B
COUNTY-
WIDE
VOTE
MAY
5
SPECHT IS A MATURE, CAPABLE.
TEMPERATE MAN WHO WILL WORK
FOR COOPERATION AND HARMONY
ENDORSED
By Dade County Federation of Labor,
A.F. of L. C.I.O.
and by Dade County Citizen's Committee
BE PARTICULAR ABOUT
"V YOUR CHILD'S EDUCATION!
ELECT FRED
SPECHT
YOUR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
ON SCHOOL BOARD
*++ + + + -* + + + + + M + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4l; + + + *\
TO RETAIN
A
REPRESENTATIVE
WHO IS
QUALIFIED
EXPERIENCED
DEDICATED
RE-ELECT f\ \
MAXINE E. BAKER
Endorsed by the Miami Herald, th* Miami Newt,
the Senior Citizens and others.
FOR STATE REPRSSiNTATIVi IN GROUP M
LEVER 29-A
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY COUNTY WIDE VOTE


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Fred Herman
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(I by Rabbi Morris A.
II include the Bar Mitz-
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elebrant is the son of Mr.
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(I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph.
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ny student in the seventh
. t Palmetto Junior High.
a member of the accelera-
th program. He plays
id is an active athlete.
ush following the cere-
; nd a reception at West-
ountry Club will be ten-
the Bar Mitzvah.
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Laurence Lang
Ner Tamid will be the
the Bar Mitzvah of Lau-
Lang during Mincha ser-
nducted by Rabbi Eugene
. on Saturday, May 2, at
Mrs. Helen Lang, the
t is a student of the Ner
Religious School and at-
11iln- Junior High.
*
Sharry Ogron
daughter of Mr and
nitron, will become Bas
ai Beth Mosbe Congrega-
Friday, May l.
Stim-i, April and Cantor
Fein will officiate. An
- ,at in Sham's honor
t the services in Popiel
..ll
elebrant is a student at
she Hebrew School and
Gratigney Elementary
.11 be feted at a reception
i Spnngs Villas on Sun-
Cheryl Ram
Labi Norman N. Shapiro, spiri-
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will be the subject of a
scussion Friday evening
People Speak at Washing-
leral Auditorium. 1234
ton Ave.
-ants will be Lee Van
pastor. Bryan Memorial
Dr. George Simpson,
y Relations Board and
-ulent. NAACP: and Hen-
Barns, editor. Labor
led will study the closed
countries throughout the
Jews tleeing from Nazi
in.
QUALIFIED
tual leader df Beth David Con
grcgation, will officiate at the
Bas Mitzvah of Cheryl Ram,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Issie
Ram, on Friday evening. May 1.
Cheryl is in the seventh grade
at Shenandoah Junior High. She
plays the violin and her outside
activity is swimming.
She has a record of perfect at-
tendance at Junior Congregation
services which are held for the
children each Sabbath morning at
Beth David.
Mr. and Mrs. Ram will be hosts
ct the Oneg Shabbat following ser-
vices in honor of the young cele-
brant.
*
Larry Kraviti
Bar Mitzvah of Larry, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kravitz, will
take place at the Mincha service
on Saturday. May 2, at the Is-
raelite Center, Rabbi E. T. Swir-
i sky will officiate.
Larry is a student at the Is-
raelite Center Hebrew School and
Jis in the seventh grade at Shenan-
dean Junior High.
His parents will he hosts at the
I ShalOS SeudOS. Present will be.
j his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. '
Sam Tannenbaum and Mr anou
Mrs. Sam Kravitz.
Martin Schechter
Dr. [rvhig Lehrnfaifc spiritual:
leader <>i Temple Emanu-El, will
Officiate at the Bar. MitzvaJi Old
Martin, son of Mr and Mfs. liar-'
old Schechter, on Safcsru'ajr 'Worn?
ing, May 2, at the Temple.
Martin is in the seventh grad
at Nautilus Junior High, where lav*.
is in the accelerated mathematics
program, plays drum in the hamfij
and belongs to the Science Club]
He is interested in football, golf,
the electric guitar, and art.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Miller
and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham^
Schechter. Martin's grandparents,
will be present for the occasion.
The celebrant will be honored
at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall follow-
ing the service and at a reception
Saturday evening in the Mona Lisa
Room of the Eden Roc Hotel.
* *
Jeffrey Lansman
Jeffrey Brandt, son of Mrs.
Claire Lansman. 7557 Mutiny Ave
and the late Dr. Wilfred Lansman.
will be Bar Mitfvan on Saturday
morning, May 2. at Temple Beth
Sholom. with Rabbi Leon Kron-.
ish officiating.
Jeffrey is a student in the Beth
Sholom Confirmation Class of
5725.
Howard Shapiro
Early morning services on Sat-
urday, May 2, at Temple Ner
'Iamid will include the Bar Mite-
\ah of Howard Shapiro, with Rab
bi Eugene Labovitz officiating.
The celebranl isii student in the
\er Tamid Religious School and
Nautilus Junior High
Mr and Mrs Sidney Shapiro
will honor their son at a recep-
tion following the ceremony
*
Harold Pincus
Bar Mitzvah of Harold, son of
i*/
Jeffrey lansman
Fred Herman
Harold Pincus
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pincus, will be
celebrated on Saturday morning,
May 2, at Temple Emanu-El. Dr.
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
Harold is in the eighth grade at
Ida M. Fisher Junior High. He!
is in the accelerated mathematics;
program, a member of the Na-!
tional Honor Society and the
Science Club, and won an award
in the 1964 Dade County Science
Fair. He plays trumpet and his
hobbies include basketball and
softball.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaplan.
Harold's grandparents, will be
present for the occasion.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception following the ser-
vice at the Algiers Hotel,
a a a
Lester Shalloway
Lester, son of Dr. and Mrs
Leon Shalloway. 18801 NE 21st'
Ave.,'Will observe his Bar Mitz-
vah at Beth Tor ah Congregation
on Saturday. May 2. with Rabbi
>fax A Lipschitz officiating.
The celebrant has attended Re-
ligion- School for the past four
years and is a student at John !'.
Kennedy Junior High. He is an
accomplished accordionist' and vio-
linist. .
Dr. and Mrs Shalloway will
lender a reception in honor of
their son on Sunday evening in
the Social Hall ot the synagogue. |
Lester's maternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sir, of
Miami Beach.
W
Mark Levin
On Saturday morning, May 2, .
Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam f
Levin, w ill be Bar Mitzvah. with j
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual
leader of Temple Zion. officiat-1
ing.
Mark, a seventh grade student
at West Miami Junior High, plans
to continue his studies in the,
Temple Zion Confirmation Class.
Alan Levin
On Saturday morning. May 2,
Rabbi Monkcai Podet will of-
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Alan Levin during services at
Temple .rudea.
Alan is a seventh grade student
at Palmetto Junior High and. plays
trumpet in the school band He
also has given several piano re-
t Hals
Following In- graduation from
the Temple's Hebrew School, he
will continue Ins religious educa-
tion He is active in spoils, and
his hobines Include com and
stamp-collecting
Mr and Mrs. Marvin Levin.
13300 SW 72nd Ave.. will honor
their son at the Oneg Shabbat on
Friday nighl and at the Kiddush
following tla' ceremony on Sat-
urday.
Bruce Jamison
Bruce Lawrence son ol Mr and
Mrs. Stanley Jamison, will be Bar Bruce is a seventh grader at
Mitzvah at Saturday morning ser-1 Shenandoah Junior High, where
vices. May 2, in Beth David Syna- his favorite subject is science. He
gogue. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
will officiate.
plays the violin and builds minia-
ture models.
The Juvenile Court Belongs to YOU not to
the newspapers you be the Judge .
ELECT A QUALIFIED CANDIDATE
JUDGE PHIL CONIGLIO
ll'
r

PULL LEVER 33-A
Best QUALIFIED ... By Far!
QUALIFIED by 11 years legal experience with
active participation in over 300 welfare and
juvenile cases.
QUALIFIED by 8 years Judicial experience
which included establishment of a juvenile
traffic court.
QUALIFIED by lifelong active participation in
youth work.
QUALIFIED by years of constant, continuous
concern for young people.
QUALIFIED by temperament.
QUALIFIED by understanding.
QUALIFIED by a sincere desire to serve the
community.
YOU CAN HELP YOUTH!
PULL LEVER 33-A
PHIL CONIGLIO
FOR JUVENILE COURT JUDGE
"He is well qualified for
his new position, and his
many friends will wish him
well as he rises the gov*
ernnjental ladder."
PANAMA CITY HERALD
KEEP James W.
ATTORNEY GENERAL
toid PohiUat Advrtmmtnt
0*
Re-Elect LEO FURLONG
YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
GROUP 5
AN EXPERIENCED MEMBER Of WE SUCCESSFUL DADE DELEGATION
REMEMBER: EXPERIENCE COUNTS FOR YOU *
ITS FURLONG AGAIN IN THE 5TH RACE
"A Proven Fighter for Dade's Rights Pledged to get
a better return for Dade County's Tax Dollar"
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f, U h i*>t flcrtcffon
Friday. May 1, ig,
Florida State Federation B'nai B'rith
Lodges Elects Sidney Palmer President
Zev W. Kogan (lefl\ chairman of the INF Executive Board of
Greater Miami, congratulates Irving Schalzman on his and
Irs. Schatzman's 5Cth wedding anniversary and on being in-
cribed in the Me Ami Golden Book.
Schatzman Inscribed in Golden Book
Of Greater Miami Jewish National Fund
Sidnej n. Palmer accepted the
javel ol the presidencj ol the Flor-
ida State Federattoa of BJnai
B'rith Lodges from outgoing pres-
ident, Ben Goldfield, .it a banquet
Monday night, ivth concluded the
28th animal convention of the fed-
eration of B'mi B'rith Lodges and
Women's Chapters.
E, Alber' Pallot was Installing
officer of the even!, held at the
Carillon Hotel, with Judge Milton
Friedman serving as toastiriaster.
Other officers installed in-
cluded Ansel Wittenstein, pres-
ident-elect; Geaa Eisen, vice
president; Arthur Apfeloaum,
secretary; Louis Ossinsky Jr.,
treasurer; and Mrs. Myron Ros
enbleefh, president cf the Worn
en' Chapters.
A1 the opening session of the
convention, Palmer acted as toast-
master when officers "i the new
tfr and Mrs [rving Schatzman
centh celebrated their 50th wed
. ng anniversary, To mark the
caaion, he has been inscribed in
1 Me Ann Golden Book by a
od friend
The Me Ann (".olden Book lists
e names of pel noils who are
hupgjOrting the project launched
the Greater Miami Jewish Na-
mal Fund Council in behalf of
is community's twin city in Is-1
. el. Me Ami
Me Ami, in the Galilee, is sit-
. at*d on the Jordan border and
row houses an agricultural-mili-
Dinner to Honor
Note Perlmutter
A community testimonial dinner
as been planned-to honor Nate
: erlmutter. Florida state director
'] the Anti-Dt fa mat ion League
. ho is leaving the community to
-siime the position Of director ol
, N w York Office of the \i>i
The testimonial will be held at
Everj Hotel at 8 10 p m .
l \v 1
The Re ional Board this
\ ite.l friends ol the 11
runuttt r to participate in the
itions maj
t thi the Anti-D
.11 Li 1 ie 30 S
imi
tary unit. The Greater Miami
Jewish community, through the
JNF Council here, has been re-
sponsible for the construction of
the twin city, which was of-
ficially opened last November,
with many Israeli government
officials in attendance.
The Me Ami ('.olden Hook en-
ables Miamians unable to support
the project of a larger scale to do
so more modestly. Names listed
in the book are linked with the
soil of Israel.
The ('.olden Book, according to
Leon J. Ell, president of the Jew-
ish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami, will be placed in
the Keren Kayemeth Leisrael
Golden Book Room in Jerusalem,
with a duphcate copy also hous-
ed in the Jewish Museum 'I
Miami Beach at Temple Fmanu
El.
"We hope," said Ell, "that the
Golden Book will reach its ulti-
mate goal of $1,000,000 by insur-
ing the inscription of 10,000
names.''
nan. in acko
the inscript his ov n name,
I led ed ppoi I ol the
-. t m addition to mj acti
vfries on behalf B ii B'rith
pli Emanu El, I c
er the work ol the Jewish Na-
ne ol the holies! in
lewish life." he declared.
PLAN FOR PROGRESS
TAXES
Absolutely oocosed to Sales
Tax on food on t Drops
Rccool Auto Too Increase
*ith cotiideration to ability
to poy
HOMESTEAD
EXEMPTION
Preserve Homestead
Exemption
EDUCATION
Setter fay for Teachers,
Better Schools
INDUSTRY
Ixpanded Development
-jt Successful
Businessman
+ District Governor
Lions International
-*> Member, Disabled
American Veterans
it College Graduate
Accounting-Finance
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WHITING
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esl affiliate. Harmony .Lodge of
North Miami lieach. were instal-
led.
Keynote address was given by-
Maurice Steinberg, District 5 pres-
ident, and Mayor Melvin J. Rich-
ard, of Miami Beach, and Dade
County Mayor Chuck Hall welcom-
ed the delegates.
1 Jay MarkowitZ, Federation past
president, presented a number of
awards 10 lodges, and Palmer re-
ceived a citation lor "Meritorious
Service."
Climax of the three-day session
came with the installation ban-
quet, followed by adjournment cf
the current session.
Convention vice chairmen were
Sam Nieberg, District 5 vice pres-
ident; Mrs. Alfred Reich, past
president, District S Women; An-
sel Wittenstein, Federation vice
president; assisted by Biliy Kein,
chairman. District 5 Women's
Adult Jewish Education; and
Maurjce Finegcld, past presi-
dent, South Florida Council BB
Lodges.
Congratulatory messages were
received by Palmer from Gov.
Farns Bryant. Kep. Claude Pep-
per, l\s. Sen. George Smathers,
Metre Mayor Chuck Hall and May
or Melvin J. Richard, of Miami
Beach.
Resolutions passed at the con-
vention included enlargement of
the scope of B'nai B'rith partici-
pation in programs for employ-
ment of the handicapped and in
crease in appropriations to the
Hillel Foundation here
SfDNfi PfilMIR
Eshkol Views
Russian Jews
TEL AVIV (JTA) ]Time
Minister Levl Eshkoi expressed
the belief this week thai when the
doors lor emigration from Ru-.
sia are opened. Russian Jew will
be motivated to come I" Israel 1
by then- desire to help buil < -
Jewish society in Israel Hi
he believed this, rather than
emergency emigration or even
[light from persecution, would be
the reason.
The Premier spoke at the
Ing of the convention ol the kib-
butz movement of the Mapai Party
near Dcganya.
The Premier, himself g member
of the kibbutz, suggested a new
era for the collective movement
based on industnel kibbutisn
which might provide an adequate
response and attraction for tech-
nologists and for Jews
VOTE
HONEST"
Beth Sholom
Men Elect
Shapiro Prexy
Jack B Shapiro was elected
president ol the Brotherhood ol
at ai annual
neeting on S sui c< ed
Dr Harrj E W< Ik, v ho hi
the office for the pas.1 t .-. 0 5 eai -
Ms 1.. ct< I i" serve .
Presi lent-e'ect, James Ki
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oiviai v. .1. Bernard v!
via presidents, Jack M Fink,
1 Granoff, Sidnej Ross, Har-
ald KranifiC. Judge Philip Schlis
sel and Morris Miller
Beard of directors are \
ilelvin Richard, Joseph Alter,
Joseph Ash, Michael Brumer,
David Drucker, Aaron Farr. Mar-
vin Cooper. Sam M.irhn. Waiter
Lebowitz. Dr Meyer Eggnatz,
David Muskat, Marvin Fehr,
Philip Postelnek, Bernard Rosen,
Seymour Silverman, Irwin Teplis,
Jack Abbott, Jack Wagner, Meyer
Don, Joseph Silverstein, Paul
Gaier, Dr Harry E. Wolk, and
Frank Hepps.
KRAUSZ
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TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
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Judge Robbins
Takes Bench
Attorney Sy A. Robbins was
sworn in as Associate Jud
the Town of West Miami at cere
monie* last week.
Judge Robbins is president ol
the Palm Springs Lions Club, past
president of the Hialeah Miami
Springs Bar Association, past
president of Gilbert J. Balkiu
Lodge of B'nai B'rith and past
president of the West Dade Jun-
ior Chamber of Commerce.
He is a member of the Hialeah-
Miami Springs- Bar Association
and the Florida Bar Association,
and has been admitted to practice
before the United States Supreme
Court.
FOR INTEGRITY IN GOVERNMENT
f-Mvtfr
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LV-.
A
BUSINESSMAN -
EDUCATOR
To State Legislature
A candidate who believes that the State of Florida
most find ways to reduce taxes, NOT increase taxes.
CREED ALDERS0N
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
GROUP 3
SteekWM, Me-fcer, Oaticrea Deft* Kappo-
'";"' ft .*"'.* C- Mmfl. honorary leadership MtMt
Graduat,, Uaivers.ty of Vkfimm V,tm>. (.rex. Wmr
A FULLY QUALIFIED CANDIDATE
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Page 15-S
New Thrift Shop building of the Jewish Home
for the Aged was officially dedicated Sunday.
Among those in attendance were (left to right)
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice president of the
Home and chairman of its Building Campaign
Committee; Mrs. Meyer; Judge Irving Cypen,
president of the Home; Mr. and Mrs. William
Welntraub. lonatime Home supporters; and
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kravitz, who serves as
chairman of the Thrift Shop Committee.
Newman Elected
PR Unit Chief
For So. Florida
Stuart (".. Newman, president of
Newman Schulte, DC, public de-
lations counseling firm, has been
alerted president of. the Smith
Florida Chapter of the Public Re-
lations Society of America.
Newman is past president of
3etter Business Bureau of Great-
er Miami Chapter of American
Public Relations Association, and
Greater Miami Chapter of Sigma
Delta Chi. professional journalism
society.
He has been a director of two
South Florida banks and was
southern vice president of APRA.
He presently is secretary of the
Florida-Caribbean Chapter of
Society of American Travel Writ-
ers, a national assembly dele-
gate of PRSA, and is listed in
"Who's Who in the South and
Southwest."
The new officers will be install-
ed Monday evening at Miami
Springs Villas.
STUART NEWMAN
Max Argintar, 81
Passes in Tampa
Max Argintar, 8i. Tampa's old-
esl active merchant and brother
ol Miamian Oscar Argintar, died.
Apr. 20 at his home there.
Owner and operator of Max
Argintar Men's Clothing Store,
Ybor City, for the past 56 years,
Argintar came to this country
fiom Romania in 1902.
Surviving are his wife, Anni*:
three daughters. Mrs Morris
CooUk, Mrs. Fred Lebos, both oi
Tampa, and Mrs. Sydney Jacobs,
Atlanta; two sons, Arnold, St.
Petersburg, and Sammie. of Tarn
pa: three sisters, including Mrs.
Abe Kirshenbaum, of Miami: two
brothers. Cy of West Palm Beach.
and Oscar, of Miami: 12 -rand
children and eight grandchildren.
'Driven Snow1
On Boards Again
Thespians of Temple Beth Sin
om will repeat the pcrformam
of "Pure as the Driven Snow'
the Temple's -Cafe Theatre" >
Saturday evening, 8:15 p.m., -
1144 Chase Ave.. according to ;
announcement by James Knopk
chairman of the group and COI
p.my manager.
"The performance on Apr -
met with such acclaim that mai
people Who were unable to get
the first function have asked I'
a repeat performance," accordii
to Knopke.
GERSON
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of
Temple Menorah, gives last minute instruc-
tions to youth leaders who are preparing for
the Temple USY Weekend. Featured will be
religious, social and athletic activities, culmin-
Hary Lewis (left), president of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, re-
ceives special recognition from Stanley C. Myers, chairman
of the board, at the Cedars of Lebanon second anual Pres-
ident's Ball on Sunday at the Doral Beach Hotel. Some 500
persons attended, and witnessed the presentation to Lewis
of a silver cigarete case engraved with an authentic replica
of the hospital and signatures of the trustees. _______
Tropical Chapter Donor Luncheon
Tropical Chapter of the Ameri- \ Mrs. Bertram .1. Thorpe, presi
can Medical Center at Denver will | dent, laid that entertainment has
honor members who have reached been planned for the occasion.
their donor at a champagne] Donor chairman is Mrs. Harry
brunch on Saturday at the Deau- Wolper. Mrs. Irving Kosenbaum
ville Hotel. is co-chairman.
ating in the Temple's youlh program for the
year. Left to right are Diane Glickman, Mar-
jorie Glickman, Melvin Friedman. Richard
Friedman, Mitchell Solomon. Robert Ett, and
Mark Slavin.
Menorah Youth
Plan Weekend
Temple Menorah USY will spon-
.,r a special Teen-Age Weekend
consisting of religious, social, ath-
letic and cultural activities, be-
ginning with Friday evening
through Sunday atternoon. May 3.
The weekend will be launched
...ith an Oneg Shabbat on Friday
evening, featuring Israeli singing
dancing, as well as rclresh-
, nts following the services, and
climax in < fishing-picnic party
tendered by the Men's Club of the
Temple.
Saturday, the teen-agers will
participate in the services and
erved a luncheon, followed by
a cultural discussion led by Rab-
bi Mayer Abramowitz on the
gereral subject of "What Does
JucVism Mean to the Average
Teen-Ager?"
On Saturday night, a Coffee
House dance will be sponsored tor
all teen-agers, leaturing a' llootcn
any.
Sunday morning, alter a brief
worship service in the Temple's
Chapel, the teen-agers will take
.11 on a morning's lishin^ trip
On th"ir return, the Men's Club
will sponsor the annual youth pic-
nic, teaturing athletic activities
in addtiion to traditional picnic
foods,
Mrs. Helen Segal, advisor to
tie USY'ers, will he helped by
members of Sisterhood in super-
vising the weekend activities.
MRS l'( IK V -''. "' -"'"-' Alton Rd .
widow ..f In I,, i .i. .n. i-. I .-. Her-
itor), died Apr. 20. "he came here
will, her huaband in i'1'-"' .i'"1 traa
,. rounder -f H"- Miami Olvlc Mn-
-i,- Organization, and :i member
of the I'nb rait) ol Miami Sym-
phony wli sum. V1 .ml I'- ii' I'
Eaatern Sun and Miami Beach
Hope Chapter for I'ndei prB ll< U
Children. She Mao belonijed "
HadRHHah, Ti mple Reth Khotom,
IVnal B'rlth and the Jew Ian Home
,.. il.<- Aged. Surviving are two
anna, Samuel of Wilmington
.,,,,1 pi !.,.... (Jereon, ol Xaah-
\ ill.. Tenn.. i> dauKht, "*
Rosemary Kaplan of Ml iml Bi a. h
11 graudchllriren and Bevel
grnndchlldr< n Rervlcea i ri h. d
mi Rivet-aide Memorial 'hapi I, \]
i.... Rd., wjth burial in Phlladt I
phla, i'..
GOTTLIEB

M \\ EDWARD. "B f ; '"
si Raj Harbor ialanda, dl. il pi
ji He ..in. hi i. from Clevi Ian I,
i, in IMS and a a retired rnan-
ufneturer of funeral iiuppUerf Hi
u.i- ,. niemboi of Ti mple larai I.
:, :-.-_*11.l Hegr< Maaon an I Mahl
Surviving ari Iris
II,., two daughti-i -. Mm i"o
in... II.....In..in. Surfalde, Mr*
. .;.....i. .' v eland ; th
Mn Johanna la
Mill. II. I >.. I.. II .HI'I Mi H
rhanen. .,II ..f Clevt land; and
..:,,.. well held
\. .'.-, in Mthgow Mill SI L\
Rabbi Ji seph Narol ol
1IIU.
*
Davidson. :-i lore M W ol
11| died Ap !* Si n ''' N' ''
v... k city. Rl> i raid*
HARRIS. I >h ll 58. ol 105 Fair
WBj l >i ill. .i Api W. Riverside
PELLET2, Albert S. tl, ol "> Uaj
It.I., ilii-.l \ |" IS. >' r\ i. i in ^ 'i-
, pHti Mi-- Rlvi ralde
arnoff, sam., '.i. of 685 \" Raj
l lr., i loMen Beach. s.-i.. e> In
Clevi I, i I Si man
FRIEND. Mi- Ann.i. 80, of 1326
l'enna>lvani.i Ave. ttervlei ivere In
III ,H>kl> n Ri> el fle
LEIF. All., n T I. --I 9,00 W II I) II.'i -
-. i w iii Providence, R.I.
I'.l.i.-i.. rg.
BRODSKY. II -li.oi. I". "1 5286 Pine
l>. Sen Icea In Brookl) n. Rlvei Id.
GiNGOLD. Sol. Ti. nf I...... CuUtna AVI
riordon.
harr. Mi- Bftrtle, SI7 Palermo St.
s. -. in N S'. -i k l: > Il
KAPLAN. -Mi Vnn, "'. of :;i"l Col-
\.,- Service* Buffalo, S.Y.
Rlvi -i
TEICH, Morris, 7". ..i i'.'-l P.
\. \ lorh
. -i,i,
WOLFSON. I '''. of i.hi i Har-
\ \. Si \ In I''.' i
way, hi. V Rlvi
Variety Hospital
Sends Delegates
Variety Children's Hospital Wi
be represented at the Southea-
em Hospital Conference this wei
in Jacksonville, it was announci
by hospital president Roaco
Brunstetter.
Attending the meeting will I
Tom Peters, assistant administra-
tor. Mrs. Edward Melniker. pre
ident of the Florida Hospit. I
Auxiliaries; Edward Melniker.
past chief barker of Variety Clu
of Greater Miami; and Trai
Hare, 1964 chief barker.
LEGAL NOTICE _____
,N THE rOUNTvTuDGEJS COUR-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOR'O* IN PROBATE
No. 61675-A
Hon W. F. Blanton
is in: i:-i.ii. of
I. BAH I'M ASHMAN-
"'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All iv.-./n-- H
Ing iiiiim- or Remand* Agalnai ..
^Youare hereby notified and r.
quired ... preaenl an> clainu. and d.
BS-WW I^AHm^Ah^^.
,,. i-, ,1 late -'i I' ide Counts. f l"'"1
dR, f ol Dadi Com
ame In du
lection 7S3.16, Klovu
.- in thi i
i Dmde Count;
i.i-i, within aUl calendar month*
th, time "i" the first publication hi
,,r. or the sum.- will be barreci
Dated at Miami, Florida,
da) of April, A.i'- !'''', ,
IOHN H DL'HIO, Admlnl
902 Vlnale) Bldg
Mian i :-'- Ph ::T'' ''"
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102 vlnale) Bids Miami, r
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iv. and ni.- thi
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Statutes In th
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O-
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
N>. 04C 4717
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2111 11. ii ,1 Street
Baltimore, Mai i land
Vou 1 <>l.i'i;i> M'-l- V.II.IJ8, ai
h. reb) notified lhal a Bill ol Cnji
plaint for Divorce ha l>een rili
KKiiinal von, -i"'l you are requ
ervi .1 cop) of youi Anawer or Plead
Ins to the Bill "i Complalnl .." II
Plaintiff* atorni y, I'Aii. KWITNB^
I-.,, Lincoln Road, Miami Bea*-h 3
Klorlila and file ti>.....lalnal Anawi
tdlti in ii" office "i il"- Clei
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I -ir ii ir-ni ii Levenson t3 Chair Annual
[ IJeWlgll FlCMPldian Federation Meet May 24
Ii.im
ii, Florida, Friday. May 1. 1964
Section C
ne of the newest participant in the Com- ami Jewish Federation Director Arthur S. Rosi-
ned Jewish Appeal drive is the Cuban-He- chan,- Leonard Luria, leader in CJA's Jewelry
new Social Circle of Miami under the presi- Division; Dr. Bernardo Benes; Campaign Chair-
ency of Dr. Felix Reyler. Left to right plan- man Dr. Irving Lehrman, and Dr. Reyler.
ing support of the 1964 CJA are Greater Mi-
1A Campaign Nudges $1,223,186
i\ ;i meeting in tribute to work-
of the 1964 Combined Jewish
leal campaign held at the Ini-
nal House on Wednesday, Dr.
ting Lehrman. chairman of the
pipaign, announced that Si .223.
had been pledged toward the
tl of S1.38C.JO0.
The results, to date are most
|piiN-ive compared to last year's
mpaign," Dr. Lehrman Bald.
ifi well within our power to
ich our goal, and for that rea
fci i urge every worker in the
|mpaign to pursue his prospects
thai we can be assured tnat
have called upon every indivi-
\:.\ v. ho can make the difference
uccoslul uppoit of the
kmbined Jewish Appeal's 57
lencies."
"We are doing very well, and
ve are within sight of our goal. ,
Jow it is the role of the work-
both those who have been
Cited for their outstanding work .
date and those in the com-
munity who have not completed
heir assignments as yet, to as- <
lure us that we will raise $103,-
C00 more than last year," Dr.
Lehrman declared.
[The importance of the addition-.
1100,000 to the community was
pressed by the chairman, who
9641E3G0AL
$1,386,500
pointed out the many programs announced that a number of Trade
that would be made possible to' and Professional Divisions had
agencies of Pic Greater Miami gone over the top in their drive.
Jewish Federation locally and of land that many groups in the Resi-
thc United Jewish Appeal and dents. Women's Division and in
Combined Jewish Appeal over- General Solicitation "'stand on
seas. the threshold of exceeding their
At the report meeting, it was goals*"
Sam C. Levenson. member of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration Executive Committee and
Campaign Cabinet of Combined
Jewish Appeal, will serve as chair-
man of the 36th annual meeting of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration at the Fontainebleau Ho-
! tel on Sunday evening. May 21. it
was announced by Sidney Let-
court, president of Federation.
Levenson, an outstanding lead-
er of Federation, and worker on
behalf of the Advance Gifts and
Initial Gitts Committee of CJA, is
a past president of Temple Israel
of Miami, and ;.t present an hon-
orary trustee.
Levtmer. has he'd positions of
leadership in every important
communal terprise ar\4 has rervec' as vice
chairman of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations Com-
bined Campaign and as co-chair-
man of the South Florida cam-
paign for Albert Einstein Medi-
cal College.
Dr. living Lehrman, campaign
chairman ol Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, announced that tne evening
, of May 24 will be in the form ol
a campaign closing victory dinner,
at which awards will be presented
to leaders of the current drive
"who are so ably are assisting in
striving toward the goal of SI .386,-
500. a figure $100,000 ahead of last
year."
Levenson announced that invita-
, tions to the annual meeting are
i now being prepared and will be
i in the mail next week.
A founder and trustee of lit.
Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami,
Levenson is active in real estate
and a former vice president of the
West Flagler Kennel Club. He
was president of Temple Israel
SAM C. lEVfNSON
,:n Country Club.
In 1983, he was co-chairman with
Leonard Rosen of the Initial Gifts
Division of the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
In November. 13G2, he was pre-
sented with a Rain's Horn lor his
"dedicated service" to Reform
Judaism at the kickott campaign
dinner of the Southeast Region of
the Union of American Hebrew-
Congregations. He received the
presentation Irora living S.
Schneider, executive vice chair-
man of the Combined Campaign
for the UAHC and the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion,
By: EDWARD COHEN
New Dade Bar Chief Eyes Responsibilities
$1,223,186
^L "J^B S"m Silver has
a ^ V a
^k ^M I history which is
^k 11 buttressed by an
A B I equally
^^^^"~ feel <>f destiny.
The first Jewish attorney to be
elected president ol the Dade
County Bar Association, Judge
Silver is also the lirst University
ol Miami Law School alumnus to
be chosen to the high legal post.
The barriers ol social snobbish-
ness and professional bias come
down like anything else. The
Dade Association is the only
county group in Florida which
also admits Negro attorneys.
Duty to People
It all fits into the philosophy
of this native Southerner. Speak-
ing of his hope to create a "con-
tinuing legal education program"
during his term, which begins
July 1. Judge Silver describes
the need for refresher courses
lor practicing attorneys in many
areas.
'The most basic, however, is
not taxation or bankruptcy, but
in criminal law. The Supreme
Court's recent decisions, parti
cularly in the Gideon case, em-
phasize the protection of human
rather than property rights.
Many of us need reminding of
our duty to people constantly
and this, it seems to me. is an
important role for the Bar Asso-
ciation to fill."
His activity as a vice chair-
man of the Florida Anti-Defama-
tion League is good background
in this area, he feels, and he
has no hesitation in pointing out
that "ADL training and teaching
have helped tremendously in
molding the opinions of the Bar.
in general, in a lot of areas'"
This extends beyond the legal
profession as well, he believes.
At a recent Inter-Professional
Council meeting his lone voiced
objection to dining at a restrict-
ed country club met with unani-
mous support
"We've come a long way. and
we've done it by being outspok-
en, by standing on principle and
by bringing understanding to
those who were ignorant before.
Patience helps," according to
Judge Silver.
The fact that he was born in
a place called West Brocton.
Ala., married a girl from Rome.
Ga., moved to Miami as a boy
40 years ago and attended Cen-
tral Grammer School. Miami
High, the University of Florida.
Miami Law School and grew up
with people like George Smath-
ers, Bill Lantaff, C. T. McCrim-
mins. Dante Fascell and others
in the "power structure" of the
community is viewed as contri-
buting to his status and stature
in this sometimes closed com-
munity.
The added dimension in the
story is the historic line of Juda-
ism which has coursed through
his life and which, he says, has
shaped his career.
Synagogue-Centered"
"In West Brocton. there were
12 Jewish families, but we had
a shul. and there was never any
doubt about our Jewishness. It
was easier, of course, when we
moved to Miami. Later, in Coral
Gables, there was a different at-
mosphere, but that didn't pre-
vent some of us from organizing
the first synagogue there."
Charter president of Temple
Judea. Judge Silver and Helene
both continue their active parti
cipation in the synagogue when1
their two sons. Dennis and
Wayne, were Bar Mitzvah and
confirmed.
For the past several rears,
Judge Silver, who got his title
as Municipal Judge of West
Miami, has been dedicated to the
JUDGE SAM SILVtK
new Bar chief
cause of court reform in Florida
and Dade County, and was in-
strumental in the Metro Char
ter change which has provided
a modification of the "Missouri'
Plan" of judicial selection.
| hope during my term as
president of the Association to'
continue the emphasis on courtJ
reform. Every step which takes
politics out of our court system
is progress toward better jus-
tice," says Judge Silver.
Conscious of the poor public j
relations created by the acts of
some attorneys, the new Bar
Association president is anxious
to improve grievance proce .
dures. it sometimes takes as j
long as three years to complete
grievance action," he said, point-
ing out that the local association
has no jurisdiction in this area
which is controlled by the Flor-
ida Bar Association. "I aim to
encourage the State Bar to
handle these matters more ef-
ficiently and speedily, either to
clear the name ol the attorney or
reassure the public it is taking
proper action."
Close to his heart, as a former
president of the Miami Law
school Alumni, is more coopera-
tion with the campus. This Will
be clone initially, he believes, by
planning at least tour seminars
under the Continuing Legal Edu-
cation program. "We should
not neglect our good fortune in
having the resources of the uni-
versity SO close at hand."
He Keeps Trying
Judge Silver believes every
man "should leave something tor
posterity. When I think of what
I owe today to my Jewish hen
tagc. I can only repay by what
I do best through the profession
I cbOM many years ago. What
makes it more challenging Is
that from the Law at Sinai we
have been trying to live up to
those ideals, sometimes with lit-
tle success. 1 think we should
keep trying."
JNF Plans
European Tour
Jewish National Fund Council
of Greater Miami this week an-
nounced a special JNF pilgrimage
leaving New York on June 24 and
returning to Miami on July 28.
The trip will include 15 days in
Israel and 19 days in Europe,
with visits to nine countries.
Among them are Paris. France:
Brussels. Belgium; Konigswinter
and Regensburg, West Germany:
\ ienna, .Austria; and Budapest.
Hungary.
Other cities on the itinerary are
Grai, Venice. Innsbruck. Bale
Troyes, and Versailles,
Zev W. Kogan. chairman of the
JNF Executive Board here, said
that the cost. New York to New
York, will he $1,195, with tour via
deluxe coach and all first class
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lunteer models at the Young Women's Di- man, and Mrs. Harry Levy. Mrs. Gerda
lion Saks Fifth Avenue Fashion Show, en- Weissman Klein, author of txd bui ivly uie,
4d Mew Look of '64," are (left to right) Mrs. discussed her days as a refugee from Nazi
rhael Block with Lisa Luby, daughter of oppression. Some S5.CO0 in new contribu-
, aid Mrs. Sam Luby Jr., Mrs. James Gro- tions were recorded at the Combined Jewish
y y.rs. David Kenir., Mr.=. Benedict Silver- Appeal event.
tudents Call Hate Leaflets 'Joke'
)\TKEAL (JTA) Nazi
pi.- w hich appeared on the
|>u- ..f McGill University and i
la .ollege were called a1
' :;. a group of students this
'ine students made them-
known to university author-
apologizing for their action
Hively
eludes Series
YMHA Here
R< bert W. Hively, associate
sor of English at the Uni-
y Of Miami, was conclud-
eaKef in a series of four lec-
ls( lasifM which have been
tteu on Tuesday nights by |
MKA of Greater Miami on
Deral theme. "The Search
fgRjf V.. of Life."
Ct was "How Can Each
idual Fin! His Own Values
ur).' sea?"
ion took place Tuesday..
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leaflets will appear.
However, the more serious is-
sue of "hate" mailings to uni-
versity students is still under
investigation. The university
has begun a probe of the mat-
ter in conjunction with postal
authorities, and the Canadian
Jewish Congress is making a
collection of the material and
the plain brown envelopes in
which it is sent.
"We are helping various gov-
ernment authorities in locating
the source of this material,'" a
department official disclosed. He
said most Of the literature comes
from the I'nited States, but that
some of it is printed in Canada.
Several McGill professors voiced
concern. Prof W. E. Lambert
said that the hate campaign is
well attract those people who are
now slightly biased towards its
ideas." he said.
By Special Report
NEW YORK The Americar
Jewish Congress this week criti-
cized the Rotary Club of Chicago
and the German-American Cham-
ber of Commerce of the Midwest
for sponsoring and financing a
lecture in the Chicago area by
former Nazi Economics Minister
Hjalmar H. G. Schacht.
Dr. Schacht addressed the Ro-
tary Club of Chicago at a lunch
ton on Tuesday. Mar. 24.
"To present Dr. Schacht as
an expert is the height of cyni-
cism and shows a lack of re-
gard for the lessons of history,"
the American Jewish Congress
declared in a statement sign-
ed by Paul H. Vishny, presi-
dent of the organization's
Greater Chicago Council.
The statement described Dr.
Schacht as "the individual per-
haps most responsible for bring-
ing Ac.olf Hitler to power.
"He secured support for Hit-
ler by Germany's leading indus-
trialists." the American Jewish
Congress declared. "Through his
financial manipulations, Schacht
was chiefly responsible for pre-
paring the German economy for
Hitler's war of conquest."
- Vishny noted that Dr. Schacht
had won "technical exoneration"
at the Nuremberg war cril
tribunal, but cited statements by
the former Nazi official that he
had "no regrets" about having
served Hitler. Moreover. Dr.
Schacht had never dissociate!
himself from the crimes of \.i_
ism, Mr. Vishny said.
"The American Jewish Con-
gress champions the caus- of
free speech and a free press,'
the statement declared. "This
c'oes not mean, however, that
we have given up the right to
criticize those who, through
poor judgment or otherwise,
exercise these rights so as to
offend their fellow citizens.
"'Dr. Schacht should be ignor-
ed and indeed repul-ed by all
persons responsive to the call of
human dignity. We deplore the
action of the Rotary Club of CIu-
cago, the German American
Chamber of Commerce of the
.Midwest and other organizations
associated with them in their
sponsorship of Dr Schacht.
"The memory oi the millions
Of Jews and non-Jews who died
at the hands of the Nazis should,
not be desecrated by this unfor-
tunate sponsorship."
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By NAOMI DOUDAYI
The Glass Pavilion which houses
hlio Glass Collection of "Musuem
I Ha'aretX*' is to be found at Ra-
I mat Aviv, a modern Tel Aviv
I housing neighborhood adjoining
site of Tel Qasileh, an ancient
I port town uncovered by Israeli
nrcheologists. it is Itself a
[green glass house, topping a
green grass hill. As its very
{shape and siting suggest, there
a worm 01 exquisite rarity
In-ithin. Four-thousand years of
glass are exhibited in thi pavi-
Eion, Beginning with the Phoeni-
cian heads, the first glass ever
m inufactured, and ending with
I the bright bubbled bottles blown
I Hebron today, the collection
[presents the contributions of
?'. Eastern .Mediterranean re-
|gi.ii to the art of glass making.
Finest in World
The collection is the life-work
jef the late Dr. Walter Moses.
founder of Museum llaarctz
[who. in addition to being an art
connoisseur and collector, was
lone of the founders of the fa-
Imous Blau-Weiss movement in
[Germany.
The last 12 years of Dr. Moses'
llife were dedicated to the ac-
quisition of a range of artistic
nd archaclogicai collections, of
Which the glass collection held
biphest place in his esteem. It
' the largest of its kind in the
liddle East and indeed one of
he finest in the world. The
Jlass Pavilion, as envisaged in
)r. Moses' lifetime, is the first
fourteen pavilions to house
remainder of his collection,
vhich together are to form a
iniseum of the ancient civiliza-
tions of the Eastern Mediter-
ranean region.
Uniqueness of Presentation
Apart from the beauty and
iniauty of the collection, the
fiethod of presentation makes
lis pavilion unique among mod-
tan museums. It starts with the
Phoenician period. An exquisite
endant of a sculptured rams-
cad and some early glased
eads that excite interest be
ause. it appears, by an acci-
dent of overflring at some lime
I in history the new miracle sub-
ance, glass, tame into being,
Then there are perfume flasks
and unguentarlathe finest oint-
I nient vessels. From these we
pass on to mould-pressed and
nosaic Millefiora glass of Hel-
lenistic times. There is the
"onderful Alexandrian glass-
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History
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Phoenician ointment vessels on display at the Ha'aretz Mu-
seum, Tel Aviv, were made by winding the glass around a
sand core and date back to the sixth or fourth centuries,
B.C.E. They are colored blue, green, yellow, white and
brown.
remains to the traditional glor-
ies of the great art of the Orient
are the blue, green, purple and
yellow, heavily bubbled, charm-
ing but crude creations of the
present glass centre at Hebron,
examples of which are also on
view.
Jewish Place in Art
As for a specifically Jewish
place in the history of glass and
its manufacture in ancient times,
references do exist that would
suggest some Jewish connection
with the art. In the Book of
Deut. XXXIII: 18, 19. we read:
"And of Zebulun he said: Re-
joice. Zebulun. in thy going out
for they shall suck the abund-
ance of the seas, and the hid-
den treasure of the sand." This
is thought to be a reference to
the glass-sand found on the Med-
iterranean shores. The Talmud
also has various references to
Tiberian glass which was made
at a local glass factory a
,,k.t'k'bi4led for its fine tcxtu
The 12th century Jewish travel'
Benjamin of Tudele, told of so:
ten Jewish glass-workers liw
at Antioch and of approxima
ly 500 Jews residing at Ty.
"among them makers of the
mous glassware called Tyre gl;
which is highly prized in
lands." There are also otl:
12th-century descriptions of
lead glass (a completely col.
less glass) which was known
"Jewish glass." The exhib
at the pavilion include 4th a
.ith-century ritual vessels she
ing the menorah and the shot.
There is a "besamim" bot-
with a magnificent green-g<
iridescence.
The museum attract- lai
numbers of visitors of ;ill wa.
of life, and for these the Git
Pavilion makes it its goal
translate the chill language
the cobw ebbed caverns of p
history into the stimulati
terms and symbols that ha
meaning and life for people
today.
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work which was exported to dis-
tant parts of the Roman Em-
pire. We progress from mould-
pressing to mould-blowing; and
from mould-blowing to free-blow,
ing, the zenith of glass produc-
tion reached in the time of Em-
peror Augustus. It is to this
period that the "Blue Vase," the
most stirring exhibit in the col-
lection, belongs, blue glass blown
into a tripartite mould, elegant
of shape and perfectly propor-
tioned, abbut ten inches high,
with one delicately curving
pitcher-type handle, a long nar-
row neck, pear-shaped body and
comport root, the whole covered
with a variety of raised decora-
tive patterns. It bears the sig-
nature in Greek of the master
dassmaker. the Si.ionian Ennion.
"Fnnion made it."
The glass for domestic and cul-
inary purposes during this per-
iod is impressive for its rare
elegance and grace. There is a
display ease of tableware, a
mixing bowl, mixing rod, jugs
and water bowls that would
arouse the envy of any modern
housewife. We pass over to the
Byzantine era which marks a
decline in beauty and quality
but which, however, are regain-
ed in Islamic times. The cut-
glass and cut-rock crystal of the
Egyptian Fatimids, the inlaid
glass of the Persians, the superb
Syrian gol l-enamelled beakers
and gold-enamelled mosque
lamps of the period of the Maine-
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Revisionists Attend Hecht's Funeral
\i:\V YORK (JTA)- Men;
j hem Bcicin, leader of the [feral
.'arty, and Shmuel Tamir, a lead
njjj Israeli attorney, returned t i
srael tliis week after a special
light to the United States to at-
end the funeral of the playwright
3e" Hecht.
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flCiating. Also present at the ser-
tcea were Peter Bergson, former
chairman of the now defunct
Hebrew Committee for National
l. iii ration,
The late Mr. Hecht. a supporter
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Zvai Leumi. was buried in Oak
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near the grave of his old coII~j-
orat r, Charles Mac-Arthur.
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Executive Vice President Maurice Bisgyer are
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private audience in Vatican City recently.
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IOUS
Services Jlils H/eekend
LaboviU
Ar.i r. "H ISRAEL. 7S01 Carlyle ave.
OrthoooK. Babtoi laaac Ever.
^HAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. '85 SA o'th Ave. Orthodox.
C.intui irael Kershner.
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A.NSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. Raooi Abraham Sch-
wartz.
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd ave. Con.
ervaiive. fliu ) Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lpson.
i iiluj i>."<- ''' Mltavah; Cheryl,
,l;iiiith 'i in", an I Mi -. i**i.- It in.
- mrd: s a.tn. tier Mliavah: Bruce,
and Mm. tttunlej Jaiuiaun
BETH EL. 500 Svv I7tn av*. Orthodox
Ratt Solomon Schiff.
i 111 i > iu |i.m b*H i.iI:i > s::'. a.m.
- mi rii.' .- .Ktuliilns Mfwuiie ..i
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BETH ISRAEU. 7'.1 40th St. Orthodox.
Race H. LO..S Rotiman.
BETH JAC08. 301-311 Washington
ave. O'thodux. R.iobi Tioor Stern.
Canter Maurice Mamehaa.
---- ---
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Ship.'O. Cantor rred Bernstein.
- i". m Sermon: "H|ienk
i. l. The I'i'ilion of the
in. "Tell it to *oiii inii-
CANDLtUGHTING TIMt
19 Iyar 6:32 p.m.
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BETH \10!>Hc CONGREGATION.
U6ii vV. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
R.iCc Simon April. Cantor Hyman
Fein
|l i i j i'"i Sermon: "Thoa* Who
l> ,n> Will Keap in Joy." Ha*
I Sbarr> Hope, daughter I .vlij- v..I.- Utrron tfaiunlaj
I' '
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IBETH RAPHAEL 139 NW 3rd ave
Orthodox. Ralph Kneger, secra
tary
--- ---
|BETH TFILAm. 35 Euclid ave. Or
thooi>. RaOD Joseph E. Rackovsky
|BETH TORAH 164th st. and NE 11th
ave Zcnservat.ve. Rabbi Max Ljp-
scn ; Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum
r im.i. !.*i jhii. Sermon: "Will the
|. i Jeu \ Hiilnh?" ReliKioiir
h.....ult) iii i" honoi ed. Sai -
.. v a.m. i-.i' Mti/.\ah: Lent* .
i .. i and in- i'. I., "ii Sh.ill-
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Ib'NA: RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. h.idUi Haiold Ricnter.
Can:; Jack Lerner. .
I' Ida) Id i> ii -: i...... "I'll, still .
. ... in Toila) 'a lermari)
tinea -ii.il h -i.i !> Uati rh.....I.
..a.ii an .1 in. .-.i in"" rii' I'm -
ii...... u.. ,
----. -----
IFLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51s\
pi. Conservat ve Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Gold be rM
}I-*im1.i. :'.". i.-i Sal ii'l.t> : a.m. Ihn .
I.M./.'. I'uut, "i -Mi and Mi -
lii.ivld J 11
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|FT. LUDEKULt EMANU-EL. 1101
E Andrews ave Reform, Rabbi
Ricrwi'a M. Leviton.
Israelite center 3175 sw 25th
St. Conservative Rabbi Shmaryahu
T Svrrrsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
11- i.in ." ,. .- itunlay 8:r......
j.^. Tin"- rh.- 1 ii- 1.' "MM "i -
11-.I. ti In IV< i" |V lllaatlon.
I Mnivhi '" p n H ii Mluvah: Lai r>.
(.-...... an I Mi Irving Kru* Ua
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[KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. RabO David Lenrdeld.
Canter Abra" it Seil.
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[MAV- 3EAC- ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington a.e Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham ttratsfeld-
|min>onaire* ongreg ation.
- 11 Traditional.
OH! J SHALC Normandy dr.
Oi: >odox. R :: Phineaa Weber-
-ER. 6433 SVV 8th
Si Rabbi /evi Green-
v.
Collins Ave Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
mtas
l-Yi.iuy : p.m, Hatarday 8:30 a.m. Her-
inon: "< lur Sai>vatli and !' niivaL"
a
' TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. 102*
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi j......i E. Capian. Cantui
Maurice Neu.
. hYlda) S:l"i p.m S.- mii.ii: "Int^rnvir-
rlnge -a Threat to Survival," follow*
ad by qufxiiuii .,r.....,. ,
Sirturda) 8:Ki a.m. Sermon: "i'h
\ eeklj loi Hull "
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i TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
[Pililny 7 :: p.m I-'.-ip il> aervlce, 8er-
I molt: "The Ii---=-1. i- ami (he Bat."
Fourth grade KellgloUK atudenu will
j Itartlulpat*. in llu niuhleal program
with Cantor Kodner. Saturday 11:1.1
a.m. liar Mltavah: Andrew, win "f
Mr .hi M -. I'heodore alarka: Philip,
son .>r Mi and Mr*, s'tanles Klaklnd.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
l'riiia> 5:15 p.m. Bern.....: "i:.-i. rin
Practice and thn Jewish Law. Bat-
urdn) ii ii.m. Itar Mluvah rjirry,
son "f Mr. :iiiil Mra. Joaeph Zeldman.
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TEMPLE BETH SH'RAH 750" SW
120 thSt. Reconstructionist. Rabb
Moms Skop. Cantor Herman Gott
lieb.
hliday ^:l"i p.m. Sermon: "The Vnn-
-Inn- \.....i i .in Je ." Sntilid > |n:fl
i m. Sermon "' 'hil.it. n nd Mltsvoa."
Bar Mlttvah: l ied, ~"ii "i Air. ami
31 re. Mori i- M Herman
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st.. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavskv. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromah
Cantor David Conviser.
Krkiny vr, p.m. Sermon: "is the
American Jew Vanishing?'' Bnturda)
If:** a.m. Bar Mluvah: Robert, son
"f Mr .nut Mra. Harold Benjamin:
Jeffrey I'mndJ. son f Mra. flalre
Lnnsman anil the laic Dr. Wilfred
l.aii-maii.
TEMPLE BNAI ABRAHAM. 38
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
N.i'.h.. h Zwitman. Cantor Alex-
ander Cohen.
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TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NV>
22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S
M. M.irM-i
, l-ilil-iv s::to [i.Hi. Law ia> observance
!in. si speaker: Atlornej Spyi.......
l."ii'l"Ti. Temn'e vice president. Rabbi
and Mrs. 8. M Mnchtel will be hon-
ored at the One Shabbat. Satunlny
I 9:30 a.m. Sermon: "Eitiulty In the Jew-
ish <'..<1-."
TEMPLE EMrNU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvint
Lehrmarv Cantor Hirsh Adler.
| Prlda) s:::n p.m. Sermon: "Orow Old
I Gracefully." Saturda) 9 a.m. Bar
: Mluvah: Harold, son "i Mr. and Mrs.
i Mrs. Harold Schechter.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor J-icnn Bornstein.
j Friday 8:13 p.m. i.au Day sermon:
"Religion and IjiwConipailbilltj nnd
Conflict." Attorneys who tfre Temple
' Israel members will serve as hosts,
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo av
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeca
Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards
Prlda) 8:13 p.m. Saturday 10:30 a.m.
Bin Mitsvnh: Alan, nun ..I" ..n and
Mrs Marvin Levin.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
hVida) 8:13 p.m. Saturdn) 9 A.m. Ser-
mon: "I'll. I'ortlon of the Ijiw Rni
Mttxviih: I......l.l. sun of Mr ami Mrs,
Harrj I i i.-ilin.iii.
tlonai. Rabbi Eugene
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Saturday l:tt a.m. liar Mrtsvah:
Howani. --"ii Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Shapiro. Mln>ha :ir, p.m. Bar Mlu-
vah: l.aiuvii<-i'. s.ill if Mis. Helen
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
o.jj aw 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin
Prlda) "!:'" p.m. Pre-klndergarten
nursery aj|aid,ents w-lll attend. Satur-
day >:!'. a.m. Bar Mitzvali: Peter,
son of Mr. ami Mrs. Seym..in- Culd-
teln.
---- -----
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
12100 NE 16th ave. Reform. Rab
bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet
Gala.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Bermoni "Our Clreat-
eal Peril."
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 5
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabb
Hyman Gross.
-
TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Dickson.
Ptida) B:16 p.m. Sermoni "Tin Wurid
Pair .f ili- J. w." Saturday 8:46 a.m.
Sennon: "Take Te Memethlng Uoot
an.I Y. Take- Life."
TEMPLE ZIOii. /io~SvV 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi, Alfred- Wax-
man. Cantor Leo Urlieh.
Prldny 8:30 p.m. Oneg Bhabbal host-
ed by Miss Kami.- Lovltt in honor !
her iii-ph. u M.ii i.i-viii, Saturdaj >
n in itar MiUvnh: Mark, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Levin.
6500 N. Miami
Rabbi Henry
TIFERETH ISRAEL,
ave. Conservative.
Wernick.
Prldai <:'' p.m. Sermon: "Sormon in
Trees." Ones Bhabbal hosts: Sister-
hood. Saturdny a.m. Bermoni "Tha
Portion -if the Week."
YOUNG ISRAEL. so NE 171 st.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm Stauber,
Prlday 6:15 p.m. Saturday I a.m Ser-
mon: "Portion the Week."
TEMPLE NER TAMiD. 80th st. anc
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi
Both Physical and Spiritual
Strength are Needed Today
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Lag B'Omer. the 33rd day of
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Apr. 30. evokes memories of the
famous Jewish Gen. Bar Kochba,
who led a valiant but unsuccess-
ful revolt against the Romans in
132 C.E. This minor holiday
marks the day on which this stal-
wart Jti>h soldier won his
greatest battle. The victory.
however, was short-lived: in 135
Betar fell, together with Bar
Kochba This marks the last at-
tempt of the Jews to light for
freedom In the Holy Land until
the modern Zionist era.
Lag B'Omer also recalls an-
other great personality ot that
era known for his spiritual for-
titude rather than military prow-
ess. Simeon bar Yohai. Lag
B'Omer is the Yahrzeit of this
man. who felt he could best com-
bat the Romans by affording
them passive resistance. As a
protest to Roman tyranny, bar
Yohai retreated to a cave and
remained there 13 years. Ac-
cording to tradition, Simeon bar
Yohai is the author of the Zohar.
the greatest mystical (Kabbalis-
tic) work Jews have produced.
Lag B'Omer is essentially a
joyous holiday in which tens of
thousands of Jews journey to the
mystic's tomb to spend a day
and, night singing and dancing.
To bar Yohai. physical death
was evidently not the greatest
tragedy, as he told his disciples
to celebrate his Yahrzeit.
But the personality of this era.
who could see the merits of both
the military and spiritual prow-
ess, was Akiba. How impracti-
cal he seemed when he sat down
to learn Aleph-Beth at the ripe
Technion Women at Luncheon
Mrs. Herman J. Leffert, national president of the Women's
Division, American Technion Society, gives a luncheon at
the Doral Beach Hotel lor board members of the Women's
Division. Greater Miami Chapter, and ?he South Dade Chap-
ter, American Technion Society. Left lo right are Mrs. Irving
Lehramn, first president. Greater Miami Chapter, Mrs. Milton
Sirkin. president-elect, Mrs. Philip F. Thau, president. Mrs.
Herman J. Leffert and Mrs. Morton R. Fellman, president ot
the Sou'h Dade Chapter.
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military ntyifie
age of 40! Yet he is the same
Jewish leader who supported the
cause of Gen. Bar Kochba.
It is the spirit of Rabbi Akiba
which blends the might of the
spirit with that of the physical,
which is wanting today. For the
most part, there is still in Juda-
ism, particularly in Israel, two
distinct groups followers of
Bar Kochba, the militarist, or fol-
lowers of Simeon bar Yohai. the
mystic.
What we need are more Aki-
bas who can recognize the need
for physical strength and even
the military, but who at the same
time can become "impractical"
when they hear God's calling
and feel now is the time "to
Uvc God with all your heart,
with all your soul and with all
your might."
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Mass. Rabbis Planning
Fcod Technology Unit
t
F. Kenedy Concert Committee meets to
earn that the Jewish National Fund-sponsored
unction was "a great JNF success" and that
t substantially furthered Fund activities
hroughout the Greater Miami area. Left to
ht (first iow) are Harry Feldman, Mrs. Wolfe
riklair. Leon J. Ell, president of the JNF Coun-
il, Bernard Silver, Mrs. Miriam Press, May-
hie Friedberg, Julius Rosenstein. Left to right
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'second row) are Joshua Z. Stadlan. I. J. Rifkin.
Mrs. Eva Blum, Morris Minov, Abraham Fraid-
'in, Abrahar" Grossman, Ezra Finegold, Johan
L. Bermun, Morris Yudevitz. Standing (left to
right) are Zev W. Kogan, William Bornstein,
Benjamin Appel, Mrs. Abraham Mason, Sam
Schachno, Many Rosen, Sam Kagan. Ben Sil-
ver and Bernard Katz.
*
At the annual donor luncheon of the Grealer Miami Council
fcjol Pioneer Women in the Fontainebleau Hotel are (left to
Bight) Mrs. Moses Meyer, vice president and keynoter; Mrs.
Kahel Hoter-Ishay, emissary from Israel and guest speaker;
mlis. Milton Green, president and member of the national
fcoard, who served as chairman of the event; and Mrs. Oscar
Eeltzer, donor chairman for Council.
Ner Tamid
Women's Election
\i a recent meeting oi the Sis-
terhood of Temple Ner Tamid,
Mrs. Eugene Schwarz was elect
id president, succeeding Mrs.
itenrietta Fine.
Other officers are vice president.
:ommunal, Mrs. Ben L. Rabric;
vice president, fund-raising, Mrs.
Carlton Blake; vice president, pro-
ram. Mrs. Louis Cohen, vice
president, donor, Mrs. Murray A.
Shaw; vice president, member-
hip. Mrs. Ben Duekman; execu-
ive vice president. Mrs. Jack
Sreenberg.
Corresponding secretary, Mrs.
larry Kastan; secording secre-
ary Mrs. Alexander Rest; finan-
ial secretary. Mrs Irwin YVcin-
;roff; seconial secretary. Mrs.
Pan Piver; treasurer. Mrs. Adolph
Greenbaum; parliament. Mrs.
Michael Glazier.
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FR 3-5581
i iSTON-(JTA)Plans to form
an institute on food technology
and kashruth in cooperation with
local colleges and universities
were announced by the Vaad Har
abonim of Massachusetts follow-
ing a seminar on the subject held
at Harvard University.
The seminar, sponsored by the
Vaad, Was told that the impact oi
modern food technology on the
Jewish Dietary Laws has profound-
ly changed th.' procedure for ko-
sher certification. The moderator
was Prof. Samuel A. Goldblith,
Professor of Food Science and ex-
ecutive officer of the Department
of Nutrition of the Massachusetts
institute of Technologj He serves
as chairman ol the Va >d's Advis-
ory Boar of Fond TehnolOgistS.
Prof. Goldblith told the semi-
nar that the rabbinate now
"must not onlv deal with com-
modities as did the rabbis of
o'd, but with mixtures of com-
modities. Dart I of corr.modi'ies,
with chemical substances, with
compounds such as the emulsi-
fiers, ar.ti-oxidants, anti-tacking
agerts, and coating adjuvants,
with polymers and copolymers,
with ac'hesives, sizing agents,
vitamins, amino acids, fumi-
gants, lubricants, release agent
insecticides, fungicides, bactar
oastic agents and on the li
goes."
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not only b< v ill \ i rsed in rabbii
theology biit must also have
understanding oi the chemistrj
the additives and processes us
in food production today, he sai
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List and technologistto assist I
clergy in an understanding <>f thes
compounds, their origin, th'
function and an understanding
the processes."
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score "the importance oi studi
in modern foods, their componen
and their processes in terms of
code of dietary laws written soi
3.500 years ago. It Judaism is
survive, it must adapt
has i one in the past, to advam
thi r i reas of knov I
mces in science, technol
engine) ring."
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su i ive in the twentieth centu
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Page 15-C
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDFR,
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
iiTICR Is HEREBY GIVEN thai
,.,,;. Iitn il, sii 'Ing to in. b
nit -s under the fictitious nanu
I .v M l.l'.H iiKS ill IJ70 N.W. I
VI mini, Florida Intends in reg-
,,,! .iiniif llli Hi.- < "l.-l-K ol
Court of Dade County, Flur-
|l I! LIQI'i 'l! i"' 'RI1 "' ITU IN
.1 Fin. Corp.
US, i I KIM AN S KAPLAN
\ppli. .nil
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I 17-21, 5 I -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
|el.sventh JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNT/ IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 4113
i i IS RERAN,
ri.iin.il (.
M Mil A BERAN,
I lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\i \i:ia BERAN
, ti Thomas i.int ifiif
:ti;iti Northweal 16 Street
\|..irtinent No. 869
waanlngton, D.C
i.u. MARIA RERAN*, are hereb)
|n..:ii'i.-ii that it Mill of Complaint for
! i .- haa been filed against you,
mil you are required to nerve a oop)
>our tnswer or Pleading to the
nilll "f Complaint on the Plaintiff's
lull, rney. BERT K. ul.Si i.N". .".1.1 Ains-
I i. Building, Miami, Dade County,
\y I.....Ih. and file the original Answei
Heading in the office of the Clerk
lul in- Circuit Court nil or before the
['- day of May, 1964. If you fall to
I.. mi, judgment by default will be
taken agalnsl >nii for the relief > I -
.i..i in ih.. BUI '>f Complaint.
Thin notice i-iiall in- published once
.1. h week for four consecutive weeki
n I'HE JEWISH FM HUMAN
DONE AND ORDERED ni Miami,
| i ,i,i, thla 13th daj of April. A.I i
ill,
i: I: LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i,i Court, l'.-uii- County, Florida
|, ill By: K. M. LYMAN
i ?.-1111 > Clerk
iEItT B OL** >n
\ nele) Building
I .Miami. Florida Kit 1-7661
i ri rne) i"i Plaintiff
4 17-24. l -8
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BY HENRY LEONARD
"That's Jack, the President of our Congregation.
He's always been a Middle-of-the-Roader."
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 62889-C
IN RE: K-i:it.....'
K.-Tl I.I. K. SPARKS
11. .a *..,)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
Ymi are hereby notified and re-j
quired to present any claims and di
niands which ypu may have agalnsl '
the esti......i KSTiu. !: SPARKS,
deceased lati of I >ade 'ounl). (tor-
Ida, to ili<' Count} Judges of I'mil-*
County, and fib the same in duplicate
and in- provided In Section 763.16, |
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the Count) Courihouse in Dude Coun-
ty, Florida, within i-i.\ calendar months
, in,in the time of (lit- first publication
hereof, or the same "ill be barred.
Dated Hi Miami Florida, this 13th
da} of Api il. A.D. i:; i.
LOl'IS IIKI.M \N
As Bxecutor "i Estate of '
Eatlll !:. Sparks. Deceased
Firsi publlcatlcn of this notice on
the 17th day of April, 194)4.
, MYERS, IIKI.M AN At KAPLAN
I I I' : Louis 1 lelmnn
: Attorney s r,i K\. cutor
1150 S.W. 1st si., Miami, Fla.
1/17-24, 5 l-S
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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We appreciate your
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
V
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 4205
|s I \NI.KY R. UO BIN SKI,
Plaintiff,
vs.
| pi IN'CBTTA R. BOBINSKI,
I Nsfendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i 'ONCETTA R. BUlllNSKI
. ii Rose I!, uii'
Naugatuck, Connecticut
ill ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
'omplaint I'-tr Divorce has been
I against you, and you are re-
quired in Bervi a copy of >our Answei
Ion the Plalnlirrs attorney, ROBERT
II TRAI'KIG, I:::.". duPonl Building,
Mi.inn. rlorlda, and Hie 11>.....initial
| AnsM.tr in the Office of the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court, on or before the
11 nth day ..I May, 1964; otherwise, the
allegations iii said Complaint will be
taken as collfeesed by you, ami a De-
r Pro Confesso will be entered
sgainst you fur the relief prayed for
in said ('timpluinl.
DATED thin Uth day of April, 1964
E. B. I.KATIIHHMAN '!. '
isial) By: C. P. COPELAND
i/i.-... I I
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C 4456
TIIKLMA NATHAN KALE,
Plaintiff.
vs.
LESLIE GANDELL SALE,
l>,-re-ilnt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tip: LESLIE GANDELL SALE
REBII 'ENl i: I'NK.Ni l\VN
Y.iii LESLIE GANDELL SALE are
hereby notified that an Amended
"npiHiiii for Divorce has been filed
ilnst you, i" I you are required to
. ... .i raij ol 'ii' Answi r or Plead-
ing to Hit- Bill of Complaint i'ii the
plaintiff'! Attorney, Nelnn Sweet, 14"
I.in,..In Road, Miami Beach, Florida
und file tin original Answei or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of th<
Clri nit Com l on or before tli- 12th
il.i> i.f May, 1964, if you fall i" do so,
judgment by default will be taken
inst you foi the r.-li. t demanded
in the Amended Complaint.
This notice shall be publlghe l once
each wri-k ;..r fojl consecutive wcetM
in THE JEWISH FLORID! VN.
DONE AND ORDERED il MSai.il.
da, this 2nd da) "f April, -s I'
1964.
B. I! Ll'ATHERMAN, Cb rk,
circuit Court, Hade County, Florida
(seal) B.> : I. S.MEBDEN,
i >. pun i 'I. rk
NIM.AN SWEET
4 it Lincoln ltd.
Miami Beach, Fta.
A'lorngy for Plaintiff ,. ...
1 10-17-14, i i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62668 C
IN RE: Estate "f
ALEXANDER LEVA
1), eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Ml Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Agalnsl Said
Kstati :
Ymii ore hereby notified and
quired to pi esi ill an} claims and di -
mnnds which you ma} have agi.....i
Hi, estate "I ALEX INDEII LEVA
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dadi County,
and file Hi. same In dupllcati and as
provided in Section 733.16, 1-.....
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Ceurthouse in Bade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
tin- time of the firal publication here-
of, or the .-.urn- "ill be barred
I iiii.d .il .Miami. Florid i,
l.i > of April. A.I' i964.
B MAROARETTE LEVA
A> !:<,..,-inr.\
First publication of 'Ids n< I
Hi, tilth da} td April. 1964.
RICH \HM & NELSON
Attorney for Exccuti Ix
60S Lincoln Road, Miami Bench
I 10-17-24,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62337
IN RE: Estate of
SIDNEY HA LB ERG
I leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
I Kslnl
tin- let
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to .-mlm:..
in business under the fictitious name
of BIOLOOICAL ASSOCIATES ut
pii. Ilux .',::-:',:'.:', Miami. Fin., intend
register said name with the Clerk
r, i You are hereby notified and re*
quired tt present an} eintnifl and de-
mands which v,"i may have against
the estate ..t SIDNEY HALHERU de-
ceased iai hi I lad.- Cennty, FiorliHt,
to the Count} Judges of Dade County,
and file iii*- same in duplicate und as
vliled in Section 733.16, Florliln
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida.
within six calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof, or
Hi. -.urn- will be barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this ;llsl
,ia\ of March, A D. IW4
III Til LEE HALBERO
A* Adminisirairix
l-'ii-t publication of this notice on
the l"th U.i\ of .'.pi il, 1964.
SII >NBY KM:i i.vsi in
Attorney for Administratrix
I'll Security Tru-t Bldg.
_________:______^______4/10-17-21, ". 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 3953
: I Y It. HASWELE.
Plaintiff
. I
III
,.f I'ait,
I the Circuit Court
sr'\Ni.i:v JOHN BACHARIAB
ll,\ MAE BACHARIAB,
Equal l"srtners
Bv PM1. KWITNEY
of SIl.VKUSTF.IN. KWITNE1
ami Oondlsa
Attorney for Apnllcanta
il'" Lincoln Road Mull
County,
and
1-s
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME
CHANCERY NO. 64C 3995 Pearson
I'.. Whom Ii May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that the un-
ili-rslam-d petitioners, HENRY' ".
T,,M XSZF.WSKI and HELENE TOM-
\s/.i:\vski whose residence address
In id N \V. T'.'in Street l.ol I' 4*S,
Miami, Kloridi, in iln City of Miami,
Dade County, Florida, Intend to iippl}
, (he Honorable RAY l'i:.\i:s-.N.
Judge "' th. Eleventh Judli lal Cir-
cuit m and for Dadi County, al i>*=-*
..:,.,. i, the i "ount} i n Houi i a]
ii....., l, U \ M on the .'Mil !> ol
Ni ,..,i ,, ; no .,, thereafter as
i!i,< ma} l- heard, r an order
, hangnu th ir i nnv "'"..'.IPJiiJi
c TOMASJSKtVSKI and HBLEM-.
I i i.M vsZi'.WSK'l. m HF3NR\ '
THOMAS .ml IIKI.KNi: THOMAS,
,,v win, h name thi > ill thereafter
be l.n.iw n.
Dated nt Miami. Florida, tlile* I uii
da} of April. A.D. 1964
HENRY C. Ti>M\s/.K\VSKI
HELENE TuMAS'/KW SKI
Petitioners
ROBERT I,. UetOVBH
Attoi in> for Petftloners
:sl'ii Indian cr.-.-U I 'i i\t
Miami Bi a. Ii. Fla IN 1-2221
I 17-11.
KIINK'STINA HASSELK,
Defendant,
8UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO": KIINKSTINA HASSELE
I7'_'', Junction Bnulevard
Corona, 1.. I ." New York
Yon. Kriiisiina Hassele, are here-
by notified iimt a mil of Complaint
tor Divorce lias been filed ngalnsl
" \ ou. and you are required to servi
,i cop} of your Answer or Pleading
io in. BUI of Complain) on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, SAM BLOOM, 20 S.E.
First Avenue, Miami, Florida, i'"'
:il, the original Answer or Plendliuj
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Conn on or before the lMh
day of May. 1964. If you fall to do
so, jniltnit-ni 1i\ default will I"' tak-
ii against you for the relief demanded
in iii, Bin of Complaint.
This ii.it i> -hull be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH I'l.i'Rll >l AN.
DONE AND ORDERED 01 Miami.
Florida, this 9th day of April A.D
1964
i: n LEATHERS! VN. Clerk
i '..in:. l lade County. Ploi Ida
ill 1'i.ini seal)
|l\ : i' P Cl il'KI.ANI >
Deput} Clerk
s \\1 IIM II >M
s i: First Avenue
Miami, Florida
Attoi n.> for Plaintiff -is
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62676 A
IN RE: Eatate of
MORRIS M BARRON
I leceaaed,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or ln-mands Affatnsl nald
Batate:
you no hereby notified and re-
quired to present any ciaima -mii de-
mands which Nop may have agalnsl
the estate of MORRIS M. BARRON,
deceased late of Dadi- County, Flor-
ida, to tin- County Judges of Bade
County, and ill, tin name In duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, In linn offices in
the County Courthouse in Dnde Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from i he time ol the first pub i. utl m
hi i "i. or iln .iin. w iii i., i-.i .1
Dated al Miami, Florida, thl
dl.....' April, A.I >. 1964.
MARY BARRON
As I 'Xr.lllrlX
SIMON. HAYS & UtU'NDWERa
Attorney! foi Executrix
301 Alnsle} Building
Miami, Flonda 33132
I 17-21, 5 I S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PRCBATE
No. 62635-C
IN P.K: Estate of
HERMAN UNAS
I'. a ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agtflnsi Said
K-i.n. .
you are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an} claims ami de-
mands which you alii) have against
the state of iikk.m \N UNAS,
de.,-.i-,,i lul.- of DmiIi- County, Flor-
ida, to th,. 'ounty Judges ot Hade
County, and I'll, 'the same In duplii-alu
ami a- provided In Section 7:!3.lii.
Florid.i statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the Mine will be haired.
Dated at Miami, Florida, thla 13th
day of April, A.D. UuM.
s HILDA UNAS WEINBERQ
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 17th day of April, 19414,
ARONOV1TZ, SILVER & SOHER
Attorneys |,,r Kxrelllrlx
lii'7 Alnsley lUlililillg
'Miami. Florida
I 17-24, S 1-v
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUP;
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62798 A
IN RE: Estate of
ANNA DENMARK
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Ha
Ing claims in Demands Against 8a
Estate: ,
You an- hereby notified and r
quired to present any clllma and d.
niands which von may have imam
the estate of ANNA DENMARI
deceased late of Dadi- County, Flo
Ida, to the Count} .indues of Dai
County, and file ihe same '" duplleui
and a- provided in Section 733.1
Florida Statutes, in their offices I
the County Courthouse In Dade Coui
ty, Florida, within six calendar montl
from the time of the first puhllcaAli
hereof, or the sain,, will I" bs d
liaied at Miami, Florida, thla 2i
da} of April. A.D. 1964.
ALBERT DEN-MARK
As Executor
SIMON, HAYS A- QRUNDWERC
Alloi n.> s for Km CUtrix
::nl Alnsley Building
Miami, Floi Ida S31S1 .
IN THE COUNTY JUDCE'SCOUH"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61268 C
|N RE: Estate of
SAM I'EL KISSEN
I >.....Sell.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor" and All Persons Ha
lug i la n,.- o:- Demands Against s.i
Estate;
you are hereby notified and i
qubed present nny claims and .'
,'n.....|- which von may have .main
the estate of SAMI'Kl. KISSEN d-
ceased late of Bade County, Florid
to the County Judges of Dade Coui
iv, and file the same In theli offici
iii the County Courthouse In Dai
County, Florida, within -iv ralendi
months from ih<- data of the fir*
publication hereof, or the same '
be barred.
l.i HIS i ISINSK Y
|xi cutor
HERBERT W. ABRAMSON
Attoi oey for Executor
to; Lincoln Road
l 4. l--
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62649-A
IN RE: Batate of
ROSE I. SCHNEIDER
Deceased. ___
NOTICE TO CREDiTOWS
To All Creditors and \ll Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Asiilnsi Said
Estate*
You nro hereby notified and re-
quired to present any eMma and de-
mands which you may have against
the estiu. of ROSE L. SCHNEIDER
i ci aaed late of i side Count). F or.
Ida, to the County .indues of Dade
County, and file the same In their
offices iii the County Courthouse la
i Mde County, Florida, within six cal-
endar nnmills from the date of the
firsl publication hereof, or the same
win he barred.
SAI'I.ZAI.KA
MARX M FABER
Attorney
1612 (Vingress Building
-Miami. Florida
4/10-17-24. 5/1
'./1-S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOROAIN PROBATE
No. 62564 A
IN RE: Estate of
MANI'KI. SCirWAHTZMAN
Deceased. _____
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons-Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Bald
Estate:
You ore hereby nottttad and re-
quired lo present any i-laims and dl -
inands wliii h vou inav have stalnst
the estate ol MANIU. si 11 \V A 1:1"/-
MAN deetasid Ih.....f Dade County,
Florida, the County Judges Ol Dade
County, and file the suine In du|
NOTICE BY PUBLIfATlON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 3B6D
PALM \ BI'ZAS,
Plaintiff,
\ -
flBOROE BI'ZAS,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
l'i i; OEl iRflE BL'ZAS
i:hi. n, Unknown
You. I1EOROE I'.IV.AS. .ir. hereby
notified thai a BUI of Complaint for
I livon-e
and yoi
of your
Bill
altor
24!i Security Trusl P.uildins. H8 Kast
Flaglt-r Street. Miami. FWrida 3,113!
.in.I riii the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the ofii......f the Clerk of the
I'neiiit Court on or before ihi lath
day of May, 1964, If you fall lo do
so, Judgment b} default will be taken
for the relief
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 4080
ALICE CHATI., is,
Plalnliff.
vs.
EDWARD CHATLOS,
I lefmidant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
VOU, KHUVP.H CHATI.os. resi-
dence address unknown, a e reqlil
, d to file your nnswer to the com-
plain! for Divorce uiih the Clerk of
the above stylud Courl anil serve a
, op} i l:,-i t ,,i iii,ii I lei man i 'ohen,
Esq.. 1310-1] Congress Building, Mi-
ami, Florida, on or before Ma) Im!
huh or else i omplaint tit i..-
a- .III. s.-ed. I lA'I'l.'l Api ll
1964.
E. B. LEATIIERMAN
k of thi Cm ui: i "otirt '
(seal) B) K M I.N.MAN
I". put} clerk
4, 17-24.
taken
13th,
1.8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ih, undersigned, desiring to engagi
in business under the fictitious nami
of IP ;.\ ER \ i BS CO., J840 N W
list Street, Intends to regnjter said
name with the Clerk of the Cfleull
Courl of Dnde County, Florida.
BOl'THEASTERN HAT CORP
i ir-i'4. .->/i-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 4326
CARTERET SAY1NCS AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
F1NLEY JONES, Trustee In
Bankruptcy, et al,
i Defendant
NOTICE OF SUIT
lo BERTHA CAREY
1634 Garrison Avenue
Ivan. el,. New Jersey
you are hen b} notified that il
above captloned action has been In
, siitiited agalnsl you In the Clrcui
I Couri of th. Uth Judicial Circuit i
I Florida in and for Dnde County to
f......i,.-, i mortgage upon the foi-
loning tit -eri'ti! real property:
Lol -'7 Blwk l ". CORRECTED Pl.A
ilF BLOCK 13 CAROL CITY ai
ordlng lo th< Plal thereof, record)
ill Pint Book i.l al Pane (is of th
I'ui.iie Record of Hole Count
Floi Ida
You are n red to file your an
swer t.t plaintiff's connjlalnl with the
clerk oi the aforesaid Court, an
nerve a cop} thereof upon plaintiff
nttorm MARTIN FINE, Mth Floor,
rtade Federal Building, Miami SS,
Floi ida not i it) r than Ma} 26, 196
or a I...... Pro i "onfesao will be ei
i, i, .1 ngalnsl you,
i (ATEI' \prll 17, 1964.
K B LEATHERMVN
i 'i. ik .if the Circuit Coui t
,.,-all It} C P COPELAND
: put) Clerk
MARTIN FINE
\i i, :ii. for Plaintiff
i uii Floor i 'a !< Federal Bldg.
.Miami 12, Florid i
4 24, 5/1-J
has heen filed against you.
are ri u'lin d lo serv a cop)
Answer or Pleading to the
..f i 'oinpl urn on the Plain! IfFt
rn.y. M AM 'ol.Xl II. FRIEDMAN.
da) of Aip-ii. a.i>. ii".i
BKORBE (HIDDEN
As Executor
First publics notice
the l"Hi day of April, 1964.
JBROMEC OREENE
Attorney for Bxeoutor
Ml Seourlty Trust Bldg.
Miami W. Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITfOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS' HEREBY 4HVBN that
iln- undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the ftatlttous name
of It A I. MAR APARTMENTS al 6805-
07 Mil.oit Avenue, Miami Beach, In-
tends p. register -aid name with Ihe
Clerk of the Oil ttllt Court of Bade
i 'ountS I lorida.
MARTHA I'.AU.AN
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Al lorn, ( foi Applicant
i Ll l Alnsley Bldg,
4 17-24, 5 1-8
1964
K B. I.KA TIIKKMAN. Cll I
Court, l *ade tounl y. Florida
(I'll CUll '"in I Si al l
B] C, P. COPELAND,
Deput) Clerk
MAI.il H.M H. FRIEDMAN
L'I.", So. in llv Tl usl HulldlllK
i pi East Flagler Street
4/10-17-24, 5/1 Minml, Florida 38132 6/10-17-24, 5/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, dwelling to eugsgge In
1,1,- pi. mi.Iii the fictitious name of
AU'-MINTM I all! KING I I"., i:
loth Court, lu.ii.ah. in', mis to reg-
ister -aid name with the clerk of the
Circuit Courl of Hade County, Florida.
AUMINt M HooKS. INC.
LEONARD I K U.ls'lt
Attorne) foi Vp'.illcsnt
liiL".' diil'oni Building
4/10-17-24. i/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 62785-A
IN RE Estate of
MARtl VRET A. ELMENDORF
Decensi d,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors .md All Persona Ha^
Ing Claims or Demanda Agjalnat Sail
Estate:
You :>v>' hereby notified and re-
iMiii.l to present any claims and >!
le.iiui- which vou may have Rgatm-
the -' l) of M Mt'i VRET A. EL-
MENlHiRF .....ased late "f Ne\
York Count)', New York State, to th
i\>uniy Judges ol Hade County, an
file iii. inn oi duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 73346, Florida Btat-
I I thl Ir Offll e- ill the I'oMllt
Courthouse In Hade County, Floi i
within -i1 calendar months from th
1 1 he first publication hereo
i ill be barred.
time .
or the
Bat)
day of
1 Ml imi, Florida, thi- 71
April, a 1' 1964.
MILT) >N A. FRIEDMAN
ka Administrator
cum Testamento Annexo
First publication of this notice 0.1
the mill da) "f April. l6l.
.Ml I.TON \ KRiEDMAN
Attorne) foi tdmlnlatrator
1111 Alnsle) liuildiiig, Miami. Fig.
4/10-17-:'!, 0, -


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